Hilda Morrow

hilda morrow

Hilda Irene Morrow, Fargo, went home to be with the Lord, on June 13th 2011, she was 91.

Hilda was born January 30, 1920 to Lars and Kari Sathre in Tuttle, ND. She grew up there and graduated from Tuttle High School in 1938. She married Charles Ellsworth Morrow on July 3, 1942 and after he was discharged from the Army in 1945, the couple settled in Fargo. They had seven children, two of whom are now reunited with her. She was a hard-working full-time homemaker known for her great meals and terrific homemade bread. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church and was a Sunday school teacher for 33 years.

Hilda is survived by her children, Jerome Charles (Karen), Champlin, MN, Jeffrey Scott, Dallas, TX, Vickie Lynne (Jeff), Fargo, ND, Craig Allen (Mindy), Sacramento, CA, and Janelle Susan (John), Dallas, TX, ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Charles, daughter Karen, son Thomas, her father and mother, four brothers and two sisters.

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  1. Boyce VaWe were so sorry to hear about the passing of such a fine lady and wonderful great-aunt. She always took the time to write us such a beautiful note each Christmas. Hilda was truly loved by all.

  2. Bloomington MN
    Hilda, what a lady. I don’w know how you and Gladys got mixed us with a bunch of Morrow’s. Doud and I ended up about 45 miles apart at the end of the fighting in WW2. The Red Cross was too busy to get us in touch with each other. Hilda, your kids were your life after Doud passed on and they are a great bunch even though3hWv6 I think they forget about us too often.

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Cherish the lifetime of memories with Hilda. My condolences.

  4. Plano TXThe family of John Sanders, Janelle’s husband, express their sincerest sympanthy and heartfelt prayers to the Morrow family in the passing of Hilda. Our love and thoughts are with you.

  5. West Fargo ND
    Hilda was a sweet gentle soul. She was so kind-hearted. She and I had many conversations during September Circle about her kids and grandkids.

    She and Dibs Henderson were my daughters Sunday School teachers.

    God’s comfort and peace for the family.

    Sue Cacioppo

  6. Carrollton TxI’m so blessed to know Janelle as she’s shared her Moms wonderful life with us. Can’t wait to meet her in Heaven. Blessings and prayers to the family!

  7. Fargo ND
    Vickie and family,
    Cherish the many memories. Sending you comforting thoughts and heartfelt sympathy. Take Care.

  8. bismarck north dakotaWhat a wonderful person to call your aunt. Hilda was always happy to see you and invite you in for food and coffee.
    I am very thankful that she was really a sister to Gladys and responsible for Wayne and Gladys meeting each other all those years ago.
    Hilda, Gladys and Dibbs made such a jaunty trio around Fargo. They have such wonderful memories of Hilda and visiting about all of the wonderful Morrow children.
    All my love,


  9. McKinney TXI am so sorry for the loss of your precious mother, Hilda, but rejoice that she is in heaven with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Also rejoice that she is now joined with those family members who have gone before her. Praying for comfort and peace as you go through these next few days and a time of celebration with the family as you reflect on the tapestry of her beautiful life.

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