Sally Myrtle Blair passed away December 19, 2019 at Sanford Health in Fargo. Sally was born March 15, 1944 to James and Vera Burr in Hastings, MN. She has three loving children; Brenda (Harlow) McCroskey, Carrie Ricker and Adam Grossman Jr. (Lonnie). Sally along with her loving partner; Matt Opay, enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a great cook and loved taking care of her family. She enjoyed family gatherings, shaking dice and is remembered for her spunk. She is greatly missed because she was deeply loved. She is preceded in death by her parents and siblings. She is survived by her brother Dennis Burr, children, partner Matt, twelve grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.

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  1. All my love! She was a firecracker and the world is a better place for having her in it! God bless and comfort us all for the loss.

  2. I love an miss you so much mama, i miss hearing your voice your laughs going shopping so mych i miss an love you so deeply😪

  3. My beautiful mother. She was the best mother ever a heart of gold so loving full of life. I miss you so much and love you. Your baby carebear Carrie. Love you forever moma. I know you’ll still be watching over me and you’ll always be in my heart

  4. She was a unique person. I’m glad I got to know her. I’ll always remember all the fun times we had drinking beer back in the day. Godspeed to you as you travel to your next journey.

  5. Sally was my boss and my sons grandmother, Adam the 3rd. As my boss before my loving son was a glimer in my eye, she organized a walkout. None of the maids were getting raises. Sally had one maid type up a letter, saying no one signing will be coming to work that weekend, unless they got a raise. We all stuck together and no one told who organized that strike. Everyone got raises, no one told who organized the walkout. Awesome Grandma! Miss that cool crazy Grandma!

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