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Lucile Percy

February 22, 1941 - July 28, 2011


10-11:00 A.M. Saturday, July 30 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

11:00 A.M. Saturday, July 30 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.


Mandan Union Cemetery, Mandan N.D.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Lucile Percy

February 22, 1941 - July 28, 2011


Lucile McCarthy Percy was the only child of William Thomas and Laura Graves McCarthy.  She was born in Fargo on February 9, 1917 and lived nearly all of her life in Fargo.

She was graduated from Fargo Central High School and NDSU.  She married John Ernest Percy on February 22, 1941 and they spent 68 wonderful years together.  She was a member of several clubs and loved playing bridge.

Lucile is survived by her daughter, Mary Kay (Dewey) Nelson; son, Richard A. (Laurie) Percy; grandchildren, Kiersten (Matt) Kruchko and Jacob Nelson; great grandchildren, Seb and Annika Nelson and Ellis and Cormac Kruchko.

She was preceded in death by her husband, John E., son, William John and her parents.

Lucile’s wishes~

I hope that by now, some of the sadness of my departure has begun to wear away.  Think of me with a smile as the mother, grandmother, and great grandmother who shared your laughter, tears and dreams through the years.  I lived a great span of years and enjoyed them all.  I loved a good man and was loved in return.  I cradled a daughter in my arms and held the hands of two young sons.

Think of the happy times:

               Good friends and good times.

               The holidays.

               The graduations.

               The weddings.

               The summers at the lake.

And the thousands of times we were together as a family.

When you see a star in the sky, look at it with love and let it come into your heart and remember me.

Memorials are preferred to the Salvation Army.


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  1. Jeanette Dickelman Kava says:

    Barnesville MN
    My sympathy to Mary Kay and Richard on the death of your Mother. I was not able to attend the funeral, but have many fond memories of her, your Dad, and you while I stayed at your house and went to College. Now, Billy has Mom & Dad with him. She was a lovely lady and lived a long good life. May the Love of God, Family and Friends be a Comfort to you at this time.

    Jeanette Kava

  2. Pam LeDuc says:

    Mary Kay, Dew, Jake and KC,
    All of the LeDuc’s send their love and sympathy…we know how hard the loss must be! Be at peace knowing she your Mom is back with her beloved.

    Much Love and kind thoughts,

    Pammy and Kevin

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