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Barthelmous "Bart/Buddy" Jahner

August 04, 2006


Boulger Funeral Home

Barthelmous "Bart/Buddy" Jahner

August 04, 2006


Barthelmous Jahner, 77, Elim nursing home died Friday August 4th, 2006.
Barthelmous (Bart/Buddy) Jahner was born May 20th, 1929 in Linton, ND where he grew up and attended school. Bart and Victoria (Vicky) were married November 15th, 1951, in Strasburg, ND. They lived on a farm near Linton, then moved to south St. Paul, MN where they lived for six years. They returned to the family farm in Linton where they lived for three years. They moved to Fargo in 1965. Bart worked for Case for 25 years before retiring. Bart will always be remembered for his unending jokes and witty sense of humor. Bart had a love for music and taught himself at a young age how to play the accordion, piano, and harmonica. Anyone that knew Bart would agree he could talk off your ear and put you at ease. He was a devoted husband; caring and loving father and grandfather. To Bart, family was everything. He will be greatly missed.

He is survived by five daughters, Judy Aalgaard, West Fargo, ND, Sandra (Lee) Ptomey, Gilbert, AZ, Deb (Mike) Fleith, Fargo, ND, Tammy (Karry) Hoganson, Fargo, ND, Vicky (Dan) Regan, Dallas, TX, three sons, Dan (Lyn), Fargo, ND, Tim (Carol), Fargo, ND, Tom (Lori) Dallas, TX; 13 grandchildren; sisters-in-laws; brother-in-laws; many nieces and nephews; three sisters, Elizabeth (Joe) Lauinger, Marie (Tony) Feist and Jean Hintzman; and two brothers, Peter (Rose) Jahner and John ?Sonny? Jahner.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Victoria; his parents, Peter and Agatha Jahner; his granddaughter, Megan Jahner; his son-in-law Terry Aalgaard; his brothers, Chris, Larry and Greg; and his sisters, Anne, Agatha and Pady.

There will be a Rosary held on Monday August 7th at St. Anthony of Padua at 5:45 pm. Visitation starting at 6pm until the prayer service at 7:30 pm. The Funeral Mass will be held 11 am Tuesday, August 8th at the church. Visitation will begin at 10 am. Burial will be held in Riverside Cemetery in Fargo.


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