Jennifer Lynne Monson, age 37, of Fargo, North Dakota, passed away on March 3, 2021, at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, North Dakota. She was born April 13, 1983, in South Saint Paul, Minnesota to Kyle Monson and Deborah Schlemmer. She earned her high school diploma from Covenant Academy in Montgomery, Alabama. She was previously married to Denver Williams, and has lived in North Dakota, Alabama, Florida, Texas, and Minnesota. After completing high school, she earned a nursing assistant certificate from Trenholm State Technical College in Alabama, and earned an associate degree in 2020 from Northland Community and Technical College in Thief River Falls, Minnesota. She was a homemaker for much of her adult life, but worked at Sanford Medical Center as a nursing assistant caring for COVID-19 patients during part of the past year. Jennifer is survived by her partner, Chris Erickson of Fargo, ND, her children Dominick Williams, Nevaeh Williams, Brody Erickson, Jennaca Erickson, Gavin Erickson, Rilynne Erickson, and Christine Erickson, (all of Fargo, ND), her father Kyle Monson (Lisa), her grandfather, William Monson, her sisters Megan Brown (Ben), and Stephanie Remlinger (Jeff), her brother Alexander Monson (Nicole), and her step-brother Matthew Long (Kyleigh). She is also survived by her nieces September Sexton and Hailey Monson, and her nephews Bailey Monson and Gabriel Long. She was preceded in death by her mother, Deborah Schlemmer, and her grandmothers Anita Monson and Hedwig Schlemmer, and her grandfather Leo Schlemmer.

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  1. I’m sharing my deepest sympathies with Jennifer’s children. Your mother and I met in 2004. I fell in love with her soul immediately. She was always the kindest, most gentle lady to me. I am so BLESSED to know your mother, and know you have lost a Huge Importance in your world! God Bless each one of you! Her legacy lives strong in each one of you! (As she would have wished.)
    Tonya Naglus

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