Tricia Eback

tricia eback

Tricia Eback (Samuelson) 51 of Fargo, ND passed away peacefully, surrounded by family Saturday September 10th. Tricia was born November 17th, 1970 in Devils Lake, ND to Sam and Bernice Samuelson. Tricia Spent her youth in the Devils Lake area where she participated in gymnastics and spent time at her grandparent’s farm. It was there where she developed her strong work ethic and her love of gardening. When Tricia’s parents moved south, Tricia chose to remain in ND. In 1987 Tricia moved to Bottineau, ND with her sister and brother-in-law (Steve and Deb) and had her first son, Patrick. Tricia then went back to Devils Lake to finish High School, and attend collage during which she met her husband, Danny. In 1992 they had their first child together, Jerad. June 12th, 1993, Tricia and Danny were married and shortly after Nathan was born. In 1994 the couple bought their first home together and later that year, their only daughter, Stephanie was born. Tricia worked at the Old Main in Devils Lake as a waitress to support her family. In 1997 their final child, Justin, was born. In 1998 Tricia and Danny moved their family to Fargo, ND where Tricia continued working as a waitress, and making an endless number of friends and regulars, who she referred to as HER customers. Tricia worked hard to provide for her family but always made time for them attending any event her children were a part of. Tricia had an undeniable love for family and friends, always willing to help with any home improvement project even if it meant “breaking a fricken nail.” When Tricia became a young grandma in 2006, she made the comment: ”I can be the cool grandma that takes them to their first concert!” Tricia loved attending concerts and was not shy about dancing in the aisle-way. She was often not necessarily the life of the party but the backbone that planned and kept the party going. Tricia’s three dogs meant the world to her, often saying she loved them more then her kids because they listened to her better. “You’re all my favorite.”

Tricia is survived by her husband Daniel Eback, children Patrick (Cassie) Melville, Jerad (Amanda) Eback, Nathan Eback, Stephanie Eback, and Justin Eback all of Fargo. 6 Grandchildren, 3 four-legged children, Sister Debbie Morin (Minot), Mark Samuelson (Monroe LA) , Todd (Gwen) Samuelson Battle Mountain NV, Scott Samuelson Minot ND. 5 sisters-in-laws and 2 brothers-in-law, and many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews.
Tricia is proceeded in death by Grandparents Olger and Alma Trostad, parents Sam and Berniece Samuelson, brother “Baby boy” Samuelson, brother-in-law Steve Morin, sister Lora Crouch, father-in-law Tony Eback, brothers-in-law Curt Nelson and Steve Eback and her 2 beloved dogs Smokey and Cuda.


Visitation - Friday: September 30, 2022 1:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103


Memorial Service - Friday: September 30, 2022 2:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103


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  1. Many Prayers to Tricia’s Entire Families and Tricia was a Great Classmate and Friend, She will be greatly Missed!! Fly High My Friend!! 🌹🌹💐

  2. I will miss you so much you were there when I was a baby you watched me grow up and you were my babysitter when I was living in Devil’s Lake I really miss you I will really really really really really really miss you you watched my daughter grow up

    Love Brittney cook

  3. My heart is breaking. I went to high school with her. She was a great friend. I found her a couple years ago working at The Frying Pan. We had a good talk and caught up. She will be deeply missed. My friend gained her wings.

  4. It is often hard to find the right words at a time like this. May you find peace, comfort, and all the love you need in the days to come.

  5. love you all the more’s in the world!!
    I will miss you everyday for the rest of my time on earth until we meet again baby cakes!!😭❤❤❤

  6. I got to know Tricia through her sister-in-law, Michelle. Whenever I went to the Fryn Pan or saw her through an Eback event she was always so nice and easy to talk to. Danny and family – continuing to hold you in my prayers <3

  7. Tricia you were a bright light in a dark world. You spent your time here loving people with your whole heart and you will live on every single day through the lives of your children, grandchildren, and through every person’s life you touched. I Love u aunty Tricia

  8. To Dan and his family. So very sorry that Tricia is not with you here on earth, but know that she will forever be with you in your hearts.

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