Theresa Pearl Mozinski, 83, of Hendrum, MN, and formerly Ardoch, ND, passed away Thursday, November 4, 2021, at Heritage Living Center of Halstad, MN. Per her request, there will not be a public service. A private family service will take place at Boulger Funeral Home. Theresa Pearl Mozinski was born April 21, 1938, in Rural Pulaski Township, to the late Sylvester and Effie (Duray) Lizakowski. She was raised and attended school in Ardoch, ND. After her education, she married Leonard Raphel Mozinski. They raised their family in Ardoch, ND, and then moved to Fargo, ND, in 1982. She is survived by her children: John (Gloria) Mozinski, Ardoch, ND, Leonard Mozinski, Ardoch, ND, and Roger Mozinski, Fargo, ND; 5 grandchildren, Vanessa Curtis, John Adam Mozinski, Miranda McKenna, Justin Mozinski, and Crystal Mozinski, and 7 great-grandchildren, Maizey Mozinski, Luke McKenna, Oliver “OJ” Mozinski, Maia McKenna, Hudson Mozinski, Desmond Mozinski, and Harlow Mozinski. Also surviving is her sister, Donna Narlock of Bismarck, ND. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; her son Jeff Mozinski; and her sister Mary Ann Lizakowski. Theresa's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. Dear Cousins, John, Gloria, Leonard, Roger & Families,
    I’m so sorry for your Loss of your dear Mother, Grandma & Great Grandma. Auntie was truely Blessed with her beautiful Family! God Bless you Mozinski Familes!

    “Beautiful memories are silently kept of my auntie Theresa that I loved dearly and will never forget.”

    May the Winds of Heaven blow softly and Whisper in your ear. How much we Love and Miss you and Wish that you were here. “RIP Auntie ( Godmother ) Theresa Pearl. XXXOOO

  2. I had the pleasure of meeting Theresa over 20 years ago. The first thing that I remember about her is that she made you feel very welcome in her presence. She had such a calm demeanor and was very down to earth and kind. I never felt differently any time I visited with her over the years. Even if she was disappointed in you, as we all are with one another from time to time, sooner than later the conversation turned to more pleasant things.

    She was always very generous with everyone and was genuinely interested in what you had to say and how you were doing in life. She kept family photos and articles, remembering birthdays for all.

    This reflection is just a small part of what I knew of her. From the stories she shared I know that through all of the struggles of this life she truly remained a loving, shining soul who will be missed.
    Juanita Maye, Crystal’s mom

  3. I have many good memories of Theresa she was a wonderful person prayers For the family Jerry Duray Denver Colorado

  4. John, Gloria, Leonard, Roger and family we are so so sorry to here of your loss, our sympathy and prayers are with you all. Cousin Theresa will be remembered with kindness and love just as she lived her life. Arlene and Dale

  5. Cousin Theresa left a beautiful legacy with all of you to show from it a Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Sympathy and prayers to all of you at this difficult time, Robert and Joy (Duray) Bushaw

  6. So sorry to hear of your loss. I was one of the many family members who received a birthday card from. Many good Ardock memories. She will truly be missed.

  7. My sympathies to the family on the passing of Theresa. I live down the street from her and we were in the Red Hats together. She was a sweet lady and she will be missed by many.

  8. Our deepest sympathies go out to all our family members. Great Aunt Theresa was a wonderful lady. Our family has many memories of her & Leonard in the small town of Ardoch & Fargo. Thoughts & prayers to everyone. ♡

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