October 18, 2021
- 10:00 AM with visitation beginning at 9:00 AM
October 17, 2021
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
A livestream of the service will be viewable below shortly before 10:00 AM.
Mindy Elizabeth Nicklaus, 33
Beloved Mother, Daughter, Sister, Cousin, and Friend
Mindy Elizabeth Nicklaus was born on June 10, 1988, in Fargo, to her parents, Gary and Jan Nicklaus. She was raised in West Fargo and graduated from Woodrow Wilson. As a natural caretaker, she was employed with Fraser, Ltd for 10 years where she provided support for individuals with disabilities and homeless or at-risk adolescents.
Mindy was well known for her love of all things beautiful, including makeup and anything pink and sparkly. She loved music and could often be found blaring her favorite tunes and spinning around in circles on the floor faster than should be physically possible. As the embodiment of genuine love, compassion and sincerity, Mindy was a fiercely loyal friend and self-proclaimed “Daddy’s Girl” who valued the people in her life. She enjoyed spending time with her family at the lake and the occasional girl’s night out. Her greatest joy in life was being a mother, and she loved her four beautiful children more than words can say.
Mindy has joined in heaven her beloved brother, Joshua Peter Nicklaus; her grandparents Ruth and Peter Wumkes; and her grandfathers – Willy Nicklaus and Don Habeck. She is survived by her four beautiful children – Chance James, Ciera Rain, Mariah Skye, Ryder LK; their father, Isaiah Charbonneau; her parents – Gary (Shannon) Nicklaus and Jan (Brian) Nicklaus; her brothers – Kenneth (Brenda) Lavallie III, Colin (Autumn) Grant, Joshua (Star) Grant; her grandmother, Marlene Jordet; her aunts – Gail Shutz and Sandy (Dan) Wohler; her uncle, Mike Schutz; her cousins – Ericka (Darin) Barnett, Amanda (Lester) Erickson, Jesse (Matthew) Emineth; and her best friends – Mary “Lymbo” Rodriguez, Kim Larson, Amber Greco and Aubree Wilson.
“Goodbyes are not forever, nor are they the end. They simply mean I’ll Miss You, until we meet again”