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The Star July- 19,2021 Barbara Janelle (Juntunen) Byman, 70, passed away unexpect-r _edly at St. John’Medical Center on June 12, 2021 . She is survived by her ' husband of nearly 47 years, Lawrence (Larry) Byman of Longview, Washington, two daugh- ters, Angela Hanninen (Jouni) of Tikkakoski, Finland and Joanna Davis (Andrew) of Longview, Wash- ington, five sons, Phillip (Cortney) of Castle Rock, Washington, Kenneth (Ann) of Silt, Colorado, Kevin (Kelly) of Wasilla, Alaska, Travis (Sara) of Cokato, Minnesota, Joshua (Melanie) of ‘Sebeka, Minnesota, 48 grandchildren, three sisters, Carole Groff, Marlene Lake, and Loraine Kumpula (Gordon). She was preceded in death by her parents, her in-laws and two broth- ers—in-law. Funeral Services were held at the Longview Laestadian Lutheran Church on June 24, 2021. Barbara Janelle Byman was born in Rolla, North Dakota, to Reno and. Marian Juntunen on September 23, 1950. She was raised on'a farm east of town and spent her childhood years helping with farm'chores while attending public school. Barb gradu- ated from high school in 1968 and moved to (Minneapolis, Minnesota for work. Later that same year, she met Lawrence Byman at the wedding of Steve and Judy Byman where Lawrence was the best man and Barb sang a solo. Later, Barb moved to Seattle to look for work and Lawrence moved there as well to at— tend the University of Washington. During this time, Barb and Lawrence began to become friends. In 1971, Lawrence was drafted into the Army and sent to Korea for 18 months of service. After his discharge in 1972, Lawrence began working at the hos- pital and he and Barb became reac— quaintedand soon began courting. Lawrence returned to his university studies in January of 71974 and mar- ried Barb on June 29th, 1974. Their marriage was blessed with two daughters, Angela Hanninen (Jouni) of Tikkakoski, Finland and Joanna Davis (Andrew) Longview, Washington, and five sons, Phillip (Cortney) of Castle Rock, Washington, Kenneth (Ann) of Silt,wColorad'o; Kevin' (Kelly) of Wasilla, Alaska, Travis (Sara) of Cokato, Minnesota, and Joshua Bioscience" innovaflon:_ . grants available Proposals are being sought that support biotechnology innovation and commercialization, promote the creationrof bioscience jobs in the state, and. promOte bioscience re- search and development in North Dakota. , . ' “The North Dakota Legislature created a bioscience innovation grant program to support biotech— nology innovation and commercial- ization in areas including crop genetics, biofuels, biomaterials, biosensors and biotechnology,” Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehrihg'said. “Any eligible bio— science company in the state is en- couraged to apply.” The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) has a total of I $5.5 million in grant funding to be awarded to projects to develop the bioscience industry in North Dakota for the 2021-2023 biennium. Eligibility requirements and an application template can be found on N DDA’s website I at https://www.nd.gov/ndda/big. .(USPS 644-300). Established in 1888 Published every Monday (9‘ 2021 JTN Inc. Jason Nordmark. Publisher/Editor . Subscription Rates $38 per year in Rolette, Towner, Boltineau and Pierce counties $40 per year elsewhere in North Dakota :42, per war for snowblrds $45 per year for e-suhscription $46 per year elsewhere in the USA Periodicals Mail Postage paid at Bella, North Dakota 58367 and at additional mailing offices Send address changes to Turtle Mountain Star, Box 849, Rolla, North Dakota 58367 Ph: 701-477-6495 Fax: 701-477-3182 E-mail: tmstar@ utma.com of: (Melanie) of Sebeka, Minnesota. Barb enjoyed music through play- ing piano and organ and singing. She willingly accompanied family mem- bers and others in musical arrange- ments. She was actively involved in church music projects including mu- sical programs, editing and writing songs. Along with her husband, they organized a project to set up a bell choir for the church youth. She also spent many hours reading books for personal pleasure and loved spending, time reading kid’s books to her grandchildren. Barb was talented in her sewing abilities. In her later life, she actively sewed handmade gifts for others. She loved spending time with her family and loved ones and always had time to listen. Her warm and gentle approach touched many hearts and will be missed by many. Barb passed away unexpectedly at St. John Medical Center on June 12th, 2021, at the age of 70. She is survived by her husband of nearly 47 years, Lawrence Byman Longview, Washington, her two daughters and five sons, 48 grand- children, and three sisters: Carole Groff, Marlene Lake, and Loraine Kumpula (Gordon). She was preceded in death by her parents, Reno and Marian Juntunen, her in—laws, Eino and ' Miriam Byman, and two brothers-in-law, Gene Groff and Rodney Lake. Personal faith was most important to Barb as a lifelong member of the Laestadian Lutheran Church. Funeral Serviceswill be held at the. Longview Laestadian Lutheran Church on June 24, 2021, at 11:00 am. -‘¢? w, Celebrat 3 up yoUr child(ren) - Birth Certificates - Certificates of Indian Blood - Immunizations Returning students will also need to fill out applications. Applications are now being accepted. Stop by theschool between tjhé" hours of azlg'ojam. to 3:00 pm. to pick up an appliCation or you-can download an application on our school website: dunseith,dayschool.@k,12;nd.us. . The application when completed Can also be. emailed to the follow addresses; ' 'nicole.poitra@dUnseithdayschool.com pamela.defender@dunseithdayschoolccim . Please call (701)263-4636 7 if you have any question. of. Ion of -. ' for t . j 7 Clarabel ':.Fazekas July 24, 2021 9 2"‘p.m. Rock Lake 2&1! .- Dunseit‘ Indian . Registration SY 2021 -2.022 Kindergarten and New Student Enrollment , Please have the following documents when signing. . I Leola Lagerquist Funeral services for Leola Lagerquist, age 95 of Dunseith, was held on Friday, July 16, 2021, at the Peace Lutheran Church in Dunseith. Officiating at the service was Pastor Jim Odden. Margaret Wittmayer was the pi- anist and Dick and Brenda Johnson provided special music. Casket bear— ers were Lonny Hiatt, Martin Peter- son, Brian Fauske, Dale Honsey, Dwight Tohm and Henry Hagen. Burial was at the Ackworth Ceme- tery. Leola B. Hiatt Lagerquist was born on Easter Sunday, April 4, 1926, the 7th of 12 children to George and Eva (Crawford) Hiatt at home — rural Dunseith. She attended the Ackworth School. After graduating from the 8th grade, Leola worked for different families in the Dunseith area, besides helping her older siblings with their families and helping .care for her younger siblings. Leola married Johnnie Lagerquist on December 4, 1948, in Rolla, ND. They lived on the Lagerquist family farm. There they raised their family of 9 children.’ Johnnie passed away September 27, 1990. Leola was busy from morning to night. In the summer she raised a big garden, canned vegetables, and picked and processed berries for syrup, jellies and sauces. She helped milk the cows and would churn cream to make butter. She enjoyed cooking and baking for her family and would bake a large batch of bread every week, sometimes more than once a week. Leola also baked a lot of cookies, oakes, pies, etc. All of her family enjoyed her homemade goods. Leola worked in the kitchen at the International Music Camp for over 30 years, retiring at the age of 80: She was a member of the Peace Lutheran Church in Dunseith, the Kelvin Homemakers Club and the American Legion Auxiliary. She helped teach Bible School and served as a leader of the Mountaineers 4 H Club.'These were just a couple of things that she truly enjoyed doing. Leola wants to be remembered for how much she loved and cared fer herjrhusband Johnnie and their chi}; laden jRaYriDalfifxufi ’ Life uroh (é) School Evon,'Carl, Kim and Bruce and their families. She loved doing whatever she could for them and looked for- ward to and enjoyed visits from them. ‘ Leola is survived by her daughter Evon, sons Rodney, Lyle, Kurt, Carl (Tara) all of Dunseith, Ray (Lori) of Boulder, MT, Dale (Marlene) of Bot— tineau, and Bruce of Manhattan, KS, 23 grandchildren, 17 great grandchil— dren, and 1 great great grandchild, sisters Nettie Peterson of Dunseith and Ena Birkland of Seattle, WA and numerous nieces and nephews. Leola passed away on Saturday, July'lO, 2021 at her daughter’s home. Leola is preceded in death by her husband Johnnie, infant daughter Gail Sue and her son Kim Allen, a grandson Trey‘Michael, brothers Al— bert, Johnnie, Harry, George, and Glen Hiatt, sisters Violet House, Es— ther McCallie, Alvina. Thompson, and Faye Tohm, her parents and sev—. «eral nieces, nephews and cousins. Arrangements were with Nero Funeral Home In Bottineau. Friends may sign the online register book at www.merofuneralhome .net. Apublic notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the . citizens,’ everyday lives. Publicmotices. have been printed . local newspapers, the trusted sources community information, for more than 200 years. Maintaining our Jason Bruce Sr. Jason Bruce Sr.,.age '38, of Bel— court, ND passed away on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 near Belcourt, ND due to injuries suffered in an automobile accident. ' ‘ Jason Gerard Bruce Sr. was born on August 3, 1982 in Rolla, ND to Richard Bruce and Myrna'Malaterre. He was raised in Belcourt and com- pleted his education in Pierre, SD. Jason was a mechanic and loved his work, working on cars. He also worked in trucking for Laducer San- itation in Belcourt. He was the proud father of six children, Brandon, . Blaze, Bryanna, Branson, Royce, and Jason Jr. Jason enjoyed going to the casino and especially spending time With his children and'family mem- bers. ‘He will be lovingly remem- bered and greatly missed. Jason is survived by his fiancé, Danielle Nadeau of Belcourt; chil- dren, Brandon Azure, Blaze Bruce, Bryanna Azure, Branson Azure, Royce Bruce, and Jason Bruce Jr; siblings, Richard G. Bruce Jr., Kristin Bruce, Bradley Bruce Sr., and An- gelique Vallie; and nieces and nephews. Jason was preceded in death by his father, Richard Bruce, brothers, Stacey Bruce and Joseph Bruce, and nephew, Joseph Bruce Jr. Reader is Theresa Bruce. Music by Joe Parisien. Eucharistic Gifts by Royce Bruce, Jason Bruce Jr., Samantha Demery, and Ariyanna De- mery. Rosary led by Keith and Sherry Delorrne. Eulogy by Richard Bruce, JoLyn Bruce, and Dania Bruce. A Memorial Mass will be Mon- day, July 19, 2021 at 10:00 AM at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Bel- court, ND with a visitation beginning at 8:00 AM and Rosary Service at 9:00 AM. Burial will follow the mass in the church cemetery. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND. Gerry L. Wilkie Gerry L. Wilkie, 81,’of Rolla, North Dakota, passed away Sunday, July 18, 2021 at Presentation Medical Center in Rolla. For time and place of funeral services, please View Elick Funeral Home website or Facebook page. ‘illt‘iltitli \llrttolsrm l i()l llll‘l(‘i\8()ll Attorney at Law K? 701-955—8009 RACHAELQDRMllLAWOl’l‘lCII.COM 0 PO BOX 967 ROLLA, ND 58567, WWW.RMHLAWOFFICE.COM The principal danger of arguing with fodsisthat 'weare rnorelikelytosink totheir level than to raise them up to ours Likewise, it can beextremely difficult todeal with those who hate uswithout ending up in a seething cauldron of hatred ourselves can you be hmestwith those wholie , toyou?Can y0u trust those who don’t trUs you? 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