Naomi passed away on October 4, 2013 at her home in Fargo at the age of 76.

Naomi Frad Walberg was born on May 21, 1937 in Perley, MN. She grew up on a farm near Horace and attended school in Horace.  She was united in marriage to Duane Walberg on October 28, 1955 in Horace. Naomi worked for many years at St. John’s Hospital in Fargo until its closing, and then for Dr. Lindeman. She also worked at Rosewood on Broadway Nursing Home and at Essentia Hospital as a sitter until the time of her death. Duane and Naomi made their home in Horace the majority of the life. Duane passed away in March of 2010. Naomi continued to live in Horace until 2012 when she moved into Fargo.

Naomi was a long time member of Horace Lutheran Church and was an active member of the West Fargo Women’s Auxiliary. She loved spending time with family and friends – especially her beloved grandchildren and great grandchildren. She cared about people, and loved visiting and meeting new friends all the time.

Naomi is survived by her daughter, Debbie Duval of West Fargo, ND; her son, Michael Walberg of Wahpeton, ND; and her daughter, Vickie (John) DeYonge, of Sioux Falls, SD; Also surviving are her grandchildren - Jennifer, Matthew, Nathan, Devin, Lyndsey, Tyler, Hailey, and Sarah; her great grandchildren - Kendra, Ashton, Zephyr, Journee,  Loden, Konnor and Sofia, her sister, Kaye (Jim) Kinnen of Frazee, MN; and her brother, Bob Nelson of Wyndmere, ND.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and her sister, Pat Newman.

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  1. Moorhead MN
    Naomi was always happy to see me relieve her at work as if she felt I would take good care of her patients. She was always kind and friendly to me. I will not forget her.

    Minka Leeser

  2. I am truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort from Gods promise to “swallow up death forever” and to “wipe away the tears from all faces” (Isaiah 25:8)

  3. Bellvue ColoradoDebbie, Mike and Vickie and families.
    So sorry to learn of your mother’s passing.
    I met her when I was 11 years old and started school in Horace. Since we were married to brother’s, we spent a lot of time together out at Grandma and Grandpa’s farm. Many memories from those days.
    You three and my three kids were all close to the same age and together with the Worner and Hintgen kids were quite a clan.
    You have all of our Sympathy. God be with you all at this difficult time of loss.

    Love,

    Auntie Pat

  4. Longmont CODeb, Mike and Vicki,

    I will never forget Naomi’s wonderful cooking. I remember staying at your house as a little girl and she would always make something wonderful. I will never forget the time she made pizza and put so many hot peppers on it, we could barely eat it. We all laughed, including Naomi who had no idea how hot the peppers were.

    I loved Naomi’s smile and great sense of humor and know she will be sadly missed.

  5. North Little Rock, ArkansasNaomi & I were best friends during grade school. We had sleepovers, played house, school, and farm with trucks in the dirt. In the winter months we’d ice skate on the Sheyenne River. The famlies moved so we lost contact for years. She is a big part of my childhood memories. Was so sad to read of her passing. The family is in my prayers.

  6. fargo ndSo sorry for your loss. I worked with Naomi and she was a very dedicated lady and had many visits. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.

  7. Fargo ND
    Auntie Clariice and Loretta sent our thoughts and prayers for your sadness. Oh how many good memories we have of Naomi. What a delightful lady!

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