Mary's Live Streamed Funeral Service can be viewed below starting at 9:00 A.M. It will also be recorded and uploaded later if there are any technical difficulties:
Mary D. Siewert, 66, Dickinson, ND passed away Friday, September 18, 2020 at Lilac Homes, Moorhead, MN after a short battle with dementia. Mary was born July 8, 1954 in Bismarck, ND to Edward and Marie (Mueller) Geck. She graduated from Glen Ullin High School in 1972. She married Larry Siewert on June 8, 1973 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Glen Ullin, ND. They made their home on a farm south of Richardton, ND. She loved to spend her time writing where she was recently working on a novel, In Harmony with Your Spirit. She enjoyed raising calves, horses and she loved to care for animals on the farm. She had a passion for music and played the piano and violin as well as the drums. Mary is survived by her children; Dawn (Darren Losee) Siewert, Fargo, ND, Jacob Siewert, Dickinson, ND; siblings, Patricia (Richard) Soyk, Dickinson, ND, Tom (JoEllen) Geck, Gillette, WY, Tim Geck, Indianapolis, IN; former husband, Larry Siewert, Dickinson, ND and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Sandy Wandler. She will be missed by those she leaves behind. Burial: St. Mary’s Cemetery, Richardton, ND. Mary's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. I will miss Mary, we met at Heritage Hills Apartments. One day I wheeled outside with my wheelchair with a cap on, that was the start of our conversation, she mentioned her son wondered why she wore a cap all of the time. We never got to be real close friends but we always spoke when we saw each other. Our friend Pat, told me she had moved, but no one knew where. I knew I hadn’t seen her for awhile. We were becoming better friends and I will miss seeing her everyday. God Bless Her and her family and friends that are left behind missing her. May she rest in peace now.

  2. I met Mary when I managed Heritage Hills apartments in Dickinson. I enjoyed our visits, she used to tell me about the happy times growing up in Glen Ullin. She was very sweet and kind spirit with always a smile on her face and warm greeting. We shared a love of all animals, music and life on the North Dakota prairie. She was always a very caring person to everybody. I will miss her warm heart and kindness.

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