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Joan Schultz

October 20, 2016

Visitation

October 23, 2016
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church

Prayer Service

October 23, 2016
- 5:00 PM

Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church

Funeral Mass

October 24, 2016
- 10:30 AM

Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church

Arrangements

Boulger Funeral Home

Joan Schultz

October 20, 2016

Obituary

Joan M. Schultz, 55, Fargo, ND died October 20, 2016 in her home.  She was born May 7, 1961 in Valley City, ND and raised in Jamestown, ND.

She graduated from Jamestown High School in 1979 and has lived in Fargo since 1987.  Joan graduated in 1981 from NDSCS in Wahpeton with a Practical Nursing degree.  She returned to college for a BA in Nursing, graduating from Jamestown College in 1987. She received a Master’s Degree in Nursing (Family Nurse Practitioner track) from the University of Mary in 2001.  She worked at Jamestown Hospital and at various medical facilities in Fargo over the years and was an Instructor at Jamestown College in the Nursing Department from 2004-2006. The last position she held prior to leaving for medical reasons, was a Family Nurse Practitioner in Family Medicine at Essentia Health, Fargo.

She was a member of Sts. Anne & Joachim Catholic Church, Fargo, ND.

She married Todd Schultz in 1983 and they had three children. She is survived by her children; Jordan, Amanda and Austin Schultz, Fargo, ND, parents Ron Sauer, Fargo, ND, Karen Sauer, Jamestown, ND, Grandmother, Catherine Franklin, Valley City, ND, sisters Jolene (Jim) Demarais and their children Lucas (Elise) Demarais, & Nathan Demarais, Fargo, ND,  Jodi (Jim) Wirth, Stanardsville, VA, Julie Demarais & daughter Kayla Demarais, Fargo, ND.

A prayer service will be at 5pm on Sunday, October 23rd, with visitation from 3-5pm at Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church in Fargo.  The funeral mass will be Monday, October 24th at 10:30am with a visitation one hour prior, at Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church with Fr. Kyle Metzger officiating.

The family wishes to thank all those that have touched Joan’s life over the last several months and given excellent medical care and support including staff from Mayo Clinic, Sanford, Essentia Health, Hospice of the Red River Valley and Sts. Anne & Joachim church, as well as, her many friends who have supported her through this journey.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to the Joan M. Schultz Scholarship Fund at the University of Jamestown Nursing Department, 6000 College Lane, Jamestown, ND 58405, Hope Lodge (ACS), 411 2nd St NW, Rochester, MN 55901, or Hospice of the Red River Valley.

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23 responses to “Joan Schultz”

  1. Wanda & Dennis Adams says:

    Rest in peace Joan you put up a great fight. You will be greatly missed by family, friends and the community. It was a great pleasure to know you and to attend your Fall get to gather. Rest in peace…

  2. Tia Kocka says:

    So sorry to hear of Joan’s passing. She was one of my nursing instructors at Jamestown College! Loved her! Always so patient & kind with a smile on her face!

  3. Tracy says:

    Joan was my Nurse Practitioner. She was wonderful at her job, and always did her best with me and my care.. She was a wonderful amazing and talented NP. I moved away from the area, and although I have a good NP now, she is not Joan.

    I am sure she will be greatly missed by her family, patients, and friends.

  4. Peggy Syverson says:

    Joan, an example to all,of what a person should be. She will be missed by so many. She has touched so many lives with her undying spirit. There is nothing she wouldnt do for others to help them. Her children were her pride and joy. She was a smart ,compassionate practitioner to those she delivered care to. Joan was a hero to her friends, patients, and family to have endured her illness with courage, sometimes fear, but always with grace and dignity. Love you my friend

  5. Barb Hagen says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Joan was such a great person to have known. Rest In Peace dear friend.🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  6. Jeanette and Will Erickson says:

    Our hearts break to hear of Joan’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to her children and family members; may God bless you and comfort you at this difficult time.

  7. Barb Hagen says:

    Sorry for your loss.

  8. Julie Mitchell says:

    My sincere sympathy on the loss of your dear Joan. A precious life cut too short, she had a lot of good to do in this world yet. Kind with a smile on her face, happy and caring. You will be missed Joan!!

  9. Barb Bickle says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. I worked with Joan at Dakota Hospital and she always had the nicest smile.

  10. Roxane Cahill (Enge) says:

    I’m so sad to hear about the passing of Joan, I worked with her at MeritCare hospital during the 90’s and also was a year behind her at JHS. Joan was a wonderful woman and nurse, always a soft friendly smile to greet those she knew. My prayers go out to her family. Another beautiful life cut short. She was a joy to know.

  11. Denise VanGerpen says:

    Joan you are missed, Another angel received her wings, RIP. cousin Denise (kastet)) VanGerpen

  12. Betty and Willie Dallmannbjdallmann@yahoo.com says:

    We have known Joan since she was born, she was a sweet little girl!
    We haven’t seen much of her after they moved to Jamestown!
    But keep in contact with her Mom, so do know a little what was going with the family !
    Joan you will be missed by all that knew you!
    Our deepest condolences to you family, Mom,Dad, Jolene, Jodie, Julie and all the rest of you family. Joan you are now in the arms of Jesus and you wings are shining bright!
    Rest in peace dear one!

  13. Larry and Connie Benke says:

    We are very sorry for your loss. Joan was a very nice lady and it was apparent how much she loved her children. Rest in Peace, Joan.

  14. Red and Judy Anderson says:

    Our sincere sympathy to Joan’s family at their heartbreaking loss.

  15. Becky Camas says:

    So sorry for your loss. I have so many great memories with Joan. Loved her positive attitude and knee slapping laugh! I went to nursing school with Joan and lived in Jamestown for a summer. That summer was so fun because of Joan. We seem to have “went on with life “and separate ways but she was the type of friend you could run into and continue on as if no time had went by. In my thoughts and prayers. Becky Camas

  16. Cindy Gohner says:

    I was so saddened to hear of Joan’s death. Joan and I began our nursing careers together at Jamestown Hospital. She was a wonderful nurse and a good friend. It was a joy to see her pursue her dreams and become a successful professional. Though I haven’t seen her much over the years It seems like only yesterday. Rest In Peace Joan!

  17. Troy Lund says:

    Sorry to hear of Joan’s passing, I always enjoyed her warm smile. Todd be strong, hope to see you sometime, take care.

  18. Bonnie Huckeby says:

    I worked with Joan at Meritcare, we where RN’s. She had such an awesome bedside manner. I Always respected her and thought she was an amazing nurse and good person. God bless.

  19. Fran DeGregorio says:

    So sorry. I work with Jodi and just wanted to say that I hope you have found peace.

  20. Kim Anderson says:

    I worked with Joan at Meritcare. It may have been years ago but so much respect for Joan kind genuine respectful to everyone. Thoughts and prayers with family.

  21. Laurie Bobbe-Wang says:

    To Joan’s family, I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Joan when she started working as an RN at Dakota Hospital, many years ago. She was a smart, caring nurse but also liked to have a little fun. We were young then and time passes so fast. She will be missed by all those who’s life she touched. Prayers to you.

  22. Donna Lende says:

    Joan was a wonderful person to work with and also was my P. A. a few times. She was a gentle person, with a quick smile and a very hearty laugh. She will be missed, from a former co worker and friend.

  23. Gary Mayer says:

    So sad to lose one so young and full of life. She was a credit to her profession.

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