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Gladys Prosser

January 14, 1930 - January 23, 2020


February 10, 2020
10:30 - 11:00 AM

Grace Lutheran Church

Memorial Service

February 10, 2020
- 11:00 AM

Grace Lutheran Church


Boulger Funeral Home

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Gladys Prosser

January 14, 1930 - January 23, 2020


Gladys Prosser, 90, passed away peacefully January 23, 2020 at Eventide Lutheran Home, Moorhead.

Gladys was born January 14, 1930 in Kaukauna, Wisconsin to Harry and Lillian (Timm) Merbach. She graduated from Kaukauna Highschool in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Gladys married David Prosser June 19, 1954 at St. John’s Church in Woodville, Wisconsin. Gladys followed her husband in his jobs and settled in various towns throughout the Midwest before ending up in Fargo. Her hobbies included reading, cooking, and gardening. She was especially great at making desserts. Gladys cherished the love of her family and the friendships she made.

“So it goes the dream, will move to dreams to reality to memories”

Gladys is survived by her husband of 65 years, David; sister, Shirley (Jim) Treadway; sister in law, Lois Prosser; nieces, Lynn (Craig) Oien, Kay (Steve) Haglund, Lori (John Keenen) Ertl, Pam (Paul) Keane; nephew Craig (Jill) Treadway; and many cousins.

Gladys is preceded in death by her parents; and siblings, Marion (Willy) Ertl and Wayne Merbach.


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4 responses to “Gladys Prosser”

  1. Don and Laurie Kleist says:

    Dear David,

    We extend our sincere sympathies on the passing of your lovely Gladys. Unfortunately we did not have a chance to get to know her. May you cherish all those wonderful memories!

  2. Steve and Kay Haglund and family says:

    Aunt Gladys was such a special person. We will greatly miss her. We are thinking of you Uncle Dave and sending our love.

  3. Joyce M Gunderson says:

    May I extend my sympathy in your loss. May you remember all the good times.

  4. Craig and Jill Treadway says:

    Aunt Gladys was such a special and loving person. We will always remember the many, many times of laughter and get togethers in Kaukauna, Fargo, and even back in Albert Lee when we were kids. We are sending you our prayers and love Uncle Dave.

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