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Olivia Euren

May 14, 1920 - May 18, 2011


5-7 PM Saturday, May 21, 2011 at St. John Lutheran Church, Hillsboro, ND.

Prayer Service:

7 PM Saturday, May 21, 2011 at St. John Lutheran Church, Hillsboro, ND.

Funeral Service:

2 PM Sunday, May 22, 2011 at St. John Lutheran Church, Hillsboro, ND.


Immanuel Cemetery near Hillsboro


Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home, Hillsboro, ND.

Olivia Euren

May 14, 1920 - May 18, 2011


Olivia passed away on May 18, 2011 at the Hillsboro Medical Center at the age of 91.

Olivia Wilhelmina Bertha Meyer was born May 14, 1920 to Carl and Clara (Rust) Meyer of Hillsboro Township, Traill County, North Dakota.  She was baptized on June 6, 1920 and confirmed on July 30, 1933.  She attended the Hillsboro Consolidated School and graduated from Hillsboro High School in 1937.  She graduated from St. John’s School of Nursing in Fargo, North Dakota with an R.N. degree in 1941.  Olivia was united in marriage to Willis Euren at St. John Lutheran Church, Hillsboro, on November 17, 1941.  They spent eleven months in Bastrop, Texas while he went through Army basic training.  When he was deployed to New Guinea Olivia went to California and worked as an industrial nurse at the MGM Studios.

When he returned after World War II, they returned to Hillsboro where she worked as a nurse, Director of Nursing, and Superintendent at the Community Hospital, and later as a nurse at the Nursing Home until retiring in 1986.  Olivia was a member of St. John Lutheran Church, the LWML, Hillsboro Women’s Club, the Hillsboro Hospital Auxiliary, and was a charter member of the VFW Auxiliary.

She is survived by her daughter, Cheryl Stricker of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota; sons, Gary (Marcia) of Moorhead, Minnesota, and Brad of Longview, Washington; four grandchildren, Jeff (Christy) Stricker, Daniel Stricker, Jennifer (Joel) Rives, and Larissa (Ian) Amanna; seven great grandchildren, Landen, Wyatt, and Alaina Stricker, Brennen and Mikalynn Rives and Hailey and Hayden Amanna; brother, Harold (Lee); sisters, Dolores Pritchett, Barbara (Don) Weng, and Margaret (John) Goshinska; many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Willis, her parents, and one brother, William.

Memorials are preferred to the St. John Cemetery Fund or the Hillsboro Medical Center.


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4 responses to “Olivia Euren”

  1. Gary and Joan Peterson says:

    Fargo ND
    I really enjoyed your Mom. She worked with Gary’s mother, Leonora Peterson, at the Hillsboro Nursing Home,
    for many years. Leonora had great things to say about her. I was hoping to
    contact her for her birthday, but I was
    sick. Our sympathies to you and the family.

    Gary and Joan Peterson
    formerly of Buxton, ND

  2. Mary Rohman Hapala says:

    Your mom was a beautiful, thoughtful, and kind person. I remember, with much fondness, the kindness she showed me growing up in Hillsboro. My deepest smpathy to the family.

  3. Toni Nicolson says:

    Gary (and family) —

    So sorry to read of your mother’s passing. I’m sure she will be missed by all who knew her.

    Toni Nicolson

  4. Eleanor Thompson says:

    Grand Forks North Dakota
    I worked in the hospital office with Elaine Beyer for 20 years, so I also worked with your Mom. I saw her this past winter at the home. I had the opportunity to tell her, that I had a new great granddaughter named Olivia. She laughed when I told her that. I am so glad now that I was able to share that with her.
    She will be missed by many. as she was known by many that had worked at the hospital over the years.
    Bless her memory.

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