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Dolores Beadles

January 19, 1912 - March 28, 2015

Funeral Service

March 31, 2015 1:00 P.M.

Riverview Place Chapel

Arrangements

Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel

Dolores Beadles

January 19, 1912 - March 28, 2015

Obituary

Dolores passed away on March 28, 2015 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, at the age of 103, surrounded by her loving family.

Dolores Krueger was born on January 19, 1912, the daughter of William and Lydia Krueger in Embden, ND. She grew up in this area, attended church and school in Embden. The family moved to Chaffee, ND in 1928 where she graduated high school. Dolores then attended Northwest Bible School in Minneapolis.

Dolores was united in marriage to J. Leon Beadles in 1935. They lived in Illinois until 1941 when they settled on a farm near Leonard. They raised their family and farmed near Leonard for many years, moving to Riverview Place in Fargo in 1994.

Dolores is survived by her four children, Elaine (Wayne) Hotelling of Silver Creek, NY; Eloise (Bill) Clawson of Halifax MA; Orval (Elaine, deceased); Susan (John) King both of Leonard, ND; eight grandchildren – Laurel Hotelling, Richard Hotelling, Diane Hatfield, Donna Eathorne, Beth Biggs, Bonnie Beadles- Bohling, Addie Mae Hahn, and George King; and 11 great grandchildren.

Dolores was preceded in death by her husband, Leon; her four brothers – Gordon, Lloyd, Kenneth, and Lyle; her two sisters – Lorraine and LaVern.

Memorials may be sent to: The Laurel Run, 72 Main Street Silver Creek, NY 14136; which is an organization to promote awareness of people with disabilities named for her granddaughter Laurel.

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2 responses to “Dolores Beadles”

  1. Mary & Mark Wichmann says:

    Greetings family. Mark & I are at our home in Mesa and unable to attend Aunt Dolores service tomorrow. Prayers & hugs to you all.

  2. Kim Wagner says:

    It was a privilege to sing for Dolores’ funeral yesterday. Over the many months I led hymn-sings at Riverview, she was always there. I loved this dear gal! She & I had a weakness for fabric and I was pleased to supply many bags of yardage for her on-going quilting projects. When I’d bring her a bag of cotton pieces, she was like a kid in a candy shop…how we both loved fabric! What a sweet gem at Riverview! So enjoyed the tribute shared by her daughter at her memorial service. I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to share in her life. What an awesome PIECEMAKER she was!

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