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Patricia A. Sletmoe, 96, of Fargo, died Thursday, March 17, 2022, at Bethany Retirement Living, Fargo. Patricia Kenney was born, October 31, 1925, in Dickinson, ND to Norman and Elizabeth Kenney. She attended St. Anthony grade school, Agassiz Junior High, and graduated from Fargo Central. Patricia married Morris Sletmoe in Fargo, in 1942 and raised 5 children. Patricia was a member of St. Anthony’s of Padua Catholic Church and was active in circle for many years. She enjoyed reading and caring for her plants, scrap booking, painting, and bingo. Patricia is survived by her children, Philip (Ann), Bismarck, ND, Tim (Renee) Fargo; 9 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren, and 7 great great grandchildren; sister-in-law Sharon Kenney, Fargo, ND, Robert (Joyce) Kenney, Fargo, ND, Larry Kenney, Fargo, ND, sister, Mary Jarisch, Fargo, ND. Preceded in death by her parents, husband, Morris, daughters, Nancy Huschka, and Judy Hesch, son, Richard Sletmoe, granddaughter, Jessica Sletmoe, and her brothers, Wallace Kenney, Norman Kenney Jr. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 28, 2022, at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo. A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. with visitation starting one hour prior on Tuesday, March 29, at Boulger Funeral Home. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery North.

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  1. RIP Aunt Pat. I will miss our phone calls and letter writing. I will also miss visiting you and taking you to lunch whenever I made it home. You are an inspiration to me. Thank you for all the wonderful memories. I love love ❤️. Rene

  2. Pat and Morrie folded and stappled bulletins at Nativity Church for years and were very faithful members I always enjoyed visiting with them as I heard many stories and had a lot of laughs. May Pat have eternal peace and joy with our loving God. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. Sympathy and prayers to her family and friends. Fr. Tim Bushy

  3. Aunt Pat,
    It saddens me that i wont make it to your funeral. You were a beautiful lady inside and out! I know you are dancing on clouds with Uncle Morris now, may you both be at peace!

  4. Pat and Morris were wonderful neighbors on 13th avenue in Fargo. We loved visiting with them and always thought Pat was the most beautiful lady, inside and out. She is dancing with Morris right now.

  5. My heart goes out to all off Pat’s family! Although most of my times spent with her was in my youth, I still clearly can hear her voice. I will will always remember her and Morris fondly. R.I.P Pat!

  6. I am writing this for my aunt and uncle Bob and Joyce Kenney. “Our dear sister Pat. Sorry we are unable to attend your services as Bob has pneumonia. We love you. Bob & Joyce Kenney”.

  7. Pat is so greatly missed by everyone here at the Evergreens. She made everyone feel so welcome and her sense of humor was a bright spot each day. She was a very special lady.
    God speed, Grandma Pat!
    Amanda, Henrik, and the Evergreens team

  8. We picture Great Aunt Pat dancing joyfully with Great Uncle Morris and hugging all her loved ones in heaven. We will miss her letters, cards and paintings…she loved keeping in touch with so many. Rest In Peace, Faithful Servant.

  9. I am sorry we weren’t able to attend the funeral. Our prayers are with Pat’s family and pray you have peace..

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