Stephenie Hendrickson

stephenie hendrickson
Stephenie Hendrickson passed away peacefully at her home in Walcott, ND, on Friday, April 29, 2022. Stephenie Adair Soeth was born on May 31, 1944, the daughter of Archie and Zillah (Cordes) Soeth in Fargo, ND. She grew up in Moorhead and received her education there. Stephenie was united in marriage to Roger Hendrickson on November 22, 1961, in Moorhead. They made their home in Fargo before moving to Walcott where they raised their family. Throughout the years, Stephenie loved to spend time sewing, crocheting, working with arts and crafts, but most important to her was time with her family. Stephenie is survived by her children – Cindy (Brian) Erickson of Kindred, ND; Christy (Arlyn) Johnson of Columbia, SD; and Randy (April) Hendrickson of Enderlin, ND; her six grandchildren – Carly (Brandon) Bierman, Gatlin (Eleni Aman) Johnson, Jake (Haley Leckner) Grossman, Jordan Grossman, Breanna Remmick, and Courtney (Cory) Mortensen; and her great-grandchildren - Claire, Hadlee, and Rayce Mortensen, and Luella Langer. Also surviving is her sister, Chell Anderson of Wisconsin Rapids, WI; and several nieces and nephews and many other dear relatives. Stephenie was preceded in death by her husband, Roger; and her two brothers – Jack and Marty Soeth. Visitation: 5-7 PM Friday, May 6, 2022, at Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel in Kindred, ND Prayer Service: 7 PM Friday at the funeral home in Kindred Memorial Service: 11 AM Saturday, May 7, 2022, at Walcott Lutheran Church – with a gathering one-hour prior Burial: a private family burial will take place at a later date Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Home in Kindred. To sign the online guest book, please visit our website at

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  1. So sorry to hear of Stephanie’s passing. She was a great gal. Had so much fun with her. Always remember her laugh and her talent. She made me a scarf one Christmas and I still use it to this day and think about her when I wear it.
    We were blessed to have known her.

  2. Carly and family,

    We here at the DLR Local Office are thinking and Praying for you during this time. May God grant you peace and hold you close as you celebrate her life lived and also morn her loss. We love you and cannot wait to have you back in the office!

  3. What a gem Stephanie was!!! I loved talking and laughing with her, Roger too. My deepest sympathies to Randy and all of Steph’s family.

  4. I remember Stephenie when we were young gals living on 11th Street in Moorhead. She was three years older than me, but summertime brought the neighborhood kids together. We spent a lot of time on Zillah and Archie’s front porch and remember jump roping on her front sidewalk. I remember Marty coming home and teasing us. It has been years since I have seen Stephenie but have good memories of growing up days in our neighborhood.
    My sympathy to you.

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