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Carol Sinner

February 27, 2015

Funeral Service - Tuesday

March 03, 2015 11:00 A.M. with a visitation one hour prior.

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Fargo

Visitation- Monday

March 02, 2015
5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center

Prayer Service - Monday

March 02, 2015

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center


Boulger Funeral Home

Carol Sinner

February 27, 2015


Carol Lynn Sinner, Fargo, ND passed away on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at Sanford Hospital, Fargo. She was born on February 5, 1948 to Sylvester and Frances (Quiggle) Miller in Fargo, ND. She grew up in North Fargo and graduated from Shanley High School in 1966. Following graduation, Carol managed Three Sisters in the Northport Shopping Center. She was also a manager at Hickory Farms.

On April 25, 1970 she was united in marriage to John Sinner at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Fargo. The couple made their home in Fargo and raised their children. Carol was a stay at home mom for many years.

Carol was a member of St. Anthony’s and served on the Women’s Guild. Playing Bingo and doing crossword puzzles were some of her favorite hobbies. An avid bowler, she played on a league in Fargo. She was a proud grandmother and cherished the time she spent with her family. Always a caretaker, Carol loved looking after her family and two cats. Her cooking was loved by all who were lucky enough to enjoy it, especially her famous shrimp salad. Carol was a very positive person who everyone enjoyed being around.

She is survived by her husband of 44 years, John; children, Bobbi Jo (Robert) Power, Sarah Sinner; siblings, Dale (Sharon) Miller, Sharon (Bob) Mueller, Denny (Sharon) Miller; grandchildren, Alexis, Olivia, and McKayla Jo Power; and numerous nieces and nephews and their families.

She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Johnny Sinner; sister, Mary Jane Miller; and best friend, Bonnie Sauvageau.


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7 responses to “Carol Sinner”

  1. Bobbie Lahren Grob says:

    Carol has been a friend of mine for many years, and she will be missed forever. John, Bobbi, and Sarah, I am so sorry for your loss. You have my thoughts, my prayers, and my love.

  2. Faye and Tom Erbes says:

    Dear Sinner family. We are so sorry for your loss. We remember your mom with a big heart and a wonderful laugh. May your memories with her help in the coming days and weeks. May she rest in peace our sympathy. Tom and Faye

  3. Teresa Gladue says:

    I am sorry for the family’s loss of such a wonderful lady. I always enjoyed when she would come in to play bingo at Big Top. Although she hadn’t been there in a few years, I never forgot her.

  4. Milt & Linda Eberhart says:

    We are saddened to learn of your loss, John & Sinner family – we remember all the great years in Fargo while you both worked for EMSL – and we got to see her often and spend time with you both at various get togethers over the years. We live in Colorado Springs now – so are unable to attend her services but our thoughts and prayers are with you all.


    Carol was a very dear cousin to us. Always made you smile. We will miss her very much. Our prayers are with her whole family

  6. Dan Quiggle says:

    I believe in celebrating one’s life! I’ll always remember Carol at Quiggle picnics!

    Food, Fun and of course, Carol playing softball…..without a glove! Boy, did it hurt to catch a fast ball!

    The food was always the main attraction and everyone would cook up a storm. Frances & Carol were great cooks!

    Carol’s laugh was very unique and when my sister Gail & Carol got together…WOW…double the trouble!!

    Remember the good times because our memories can keep our loved ones close. We will all miss her!

  7. George F. Quiggle says:

    Your cousins from the Spokane area, Pat, George, Mike, Jim, and Gerry Quiggle, will miss you dearly as well. Our trips to Fargo during our early years would not have been so special without you. Since you and I were both born in 1948, you were the closest thing I ever had to a sister. Though time and miles separated our families over the years, you were never out of our thoughts and prayers, and you won’t be now.

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