Jeffrey Gilbertson

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Jeffrey Todd Gilbertson, 54, of Moorhead, passed away on Wed. Aug. 2, 2017. He was under the care of Hospice at Eventide and was surrounded by family and friends. Jeff spent most of his time in "the great outdoors" doing the things he adored; hunting, fishing, and "muskie hunting". He enjoyed surrounding himself with those he loved most, including his 2 children, Lindsay, 28 and Bradley, 24. He lived life to the fullest and will be missed by many. There will be a celebration of life event from 4-6 pm on Mon. Aug. 7, 2017 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Moorhead, MN.

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  1. So very sorry Bradley and Lindsay for the loss of your father. Our prayers are with you. May God give you His peace and strength as you go through this difficult time.
    Sincerely, Gary and Debra Rabbe

  2. My deepest sympathy in the loss of Jeff. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Jeff, Cindy and Lindsay and Brad were my neighbors in South Fargo was fun to watch them grow up. My sincere condolences.

  3. My sincere condolences in the loss of Jeff. Jeff, Peggy, Lindsey and Brad were neighbors, was fun to watch the kids grow up. My deepest sympathy.

  4. We are so sorry to read of the sad, untimely death of Jeffrey and want to express our deepest sympathy. May the warmth of family and friends and the resurrection hope we share of seeing our loved ones again as Jesus promised at John 11:25 give you strength and a measure of comfort during this time of sorrow.
    With prayers
    The Dawes family

  5. Lindsay and Bradley –

    I was so very, very sorry to read that your dad had passed away! I remember him from high school – always kind, funny and with a smile on his face – just like his picture! He lived a beautiful life and I hope that the precious memories you have of your dad will help you through the days ahead, and bring you both comfort and peace. You will be in my prayers.

    Lisa (Nelson) Johnson

  6. Lindsay and family, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. The day I met your dad when he brought Lindsay to my house for my mom to babysit was a time I will never forget. I took one look at Lindsay and asked if I could have her. Jeff laughed and said you can certainly help us with her. Since you lived across the street from us we got to know you all so well and I had the privilege of watching both of you outside of my mom’s daycare. The look in your dad’s eyes was priceless. He loved you both very much.

    With lots of Love and prayers for you all,

    Amanda Cypher (Mandy)

  7. We extend our sympathies to all of you. We remember Jeff as a boy when we were neighbors in Morningside. We hold you in our thoughts and prayers. — The Koenig Family (Jerry, Nora, Jeanine & Lisa)

  8. I’m so sorry I missed Jeff’s celebration of life today. I got mixed up on the time!! Jeff was a great classmate and friend. He will be greatly missed!

  9. Hi Lindsey and Brad, I was really good friends with your Dad when I lived in Fargo. I moved to Minot in 2011 and lost contact with most of my friends from the fargo/Moorhead area. I just found out the death of your Dad about a month. I’m very saddened to hear of this. I know I met you Brad when I was at your Dad’s apartment when you were just a little kid. I can’t remember if I met you Lindsay. But I have memory problems. He showed me pictures of both of you many times and was so proud of both of you. He loved you two, so very much! I know the pain losing your parents never goes away, but it will get easier as time goes by.
    Please always remember that he talked so proudly of both of you and loved you both so very much.
    God’s Blessings,

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