Molly Rademacher died Wednesday, October 21, 2015 in Kansas City, MO. Amolia (Molly) Rademacher was born Oct. 17, 1919 to David and Anna Miller Frederick in rural Anamoose, ND. She received her education through Anamoose Public Schools.  Molly moved to Monroe, WA at the beginning of WWII where she was employed at Valley General Hospital for six years.  After returning to North Dakota, she married Edmund A. Rademacher on Feb. 18, 1947 in Anamoose.  The couple farmed southwest of Anamoose where they also raised their four daughters.  They moved into Anamoose in 1972.  They later made their home in Fargo, ND and Blair, NE to be closer to their children.  After Ed’s death in 2007, Molly made her home with Marilyn and Ralph Volk in Liberty, MO. Molly was a traditional farm wife and mother. She helped with the chores, cooked, baked and canned, but she always made time to check her children’s homework and read to them.  She was a voracious reader, a fabulous cook, grew beautiful flowers and a large garden, loved to play cards, work crossword puzzles and listen to music.  Most of all, Molly was quick witted with a great sense of humor.  She was kind and thoughtful.  Friends and family always received a hand written letter and card on special occasions.  Mother and “Oma” will be greatly missed.  Her grandchildren held a special place in her heart. Survivors include four daughters: Karen (Cameron) Carlson, Lincoln, NE; Virginia (Wayne) Heebsh, McKinney, TX; Connie (Brendon) Klein, Mesa, AZ; Marilyn (Ralph) Volk, Liberty, MO. Grandchildren:  Brad and Tanya Heebsh, Dallas, TX;  Joshua (Maria) Mehlhaff, Mesa, AZ;  Eric (Marissa) Volk, St. Louis Park, MN;   Kaylyn (Mark) Soni, Maryland;  Curtis Carlson, Waterford, MI;  Great grandchildren:  Joshua, Zachary and Nathan Mehlhaff, Lydia Carlson and Asa Volk.   Nieces and nephews also survive her. Preceded in death by husband, Ed; parents and nine brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held at Boulger Funeral Home Chapel, Fargo, ND on Thursday, October 29th at 11am with an hour visitation prior to the service.  Interment at Holy Cross North Cemetery, Fargo, ND.


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  1. I love this lady,my wonderful aunt Molly. My mom Ruth and her and the other 7 children are surely in heaven watching over us! Sending my love!

  2. My beloved mother had the most infectious giggle, biggest smile and brightest eyes. When she was angry, those eyes looked a stormy gray. But when she was happy, those eyes were amazingly blue, like a fine summer sky. It’s said “the eyes are the windows to the soul” and I believe it. What an incredibly beautiful soul she had! I love you to the moon and back, Mother!. We’ll see each other in Heaven!

  3. Mother was the best mom ever, she never complained even up to the day she passed away. She was a very strong and courageous lady. I already miss you Mom!!

  4. To a wonderful & beautiful mother/grandmother. May you “Rest In Peace” We will deeply miss you.

    Gin, Wayne, Brad & Tanya.

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