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The Star More obituaries can be found on Page8 Luella Davis, age 88, of St. John, ND, passed away on Monday, Sep- tember 20, 2021, at Good Samaritan Society, Bottineau, ND. Luella Bernice (Pederson) Davis was born on April 23, 1933, to Peder Hans and Louise (Austlund) Peder-I son on the family farm in Fairview Township. She married Donald (Tex) Davis on June 15, 1952. They made their home in rural St. John. Luella attended a country school in Fairview Township Until 6th grade, after that ‘ attended Dakota Lutheran School in Minot, ND, for three years, and later finished her education in St. John, where she graduated. Luella’ enjoyed family and friends stopping by anytime to visit her. She also enjoyed going to bingo and the casino to pass the time when she \ wasn’t watching Everybody Loves Raymond, Wheel of Fortune, and The Price is Right, to name a few of her favorites. Luella is survived by her children, Donald (LuAnn) Davis of St. John,l Susan (Kenneth) Peterson of Idaho Falls, ID, Betty (John) Hanson of St. John, Peggy (Jerry) Langan of St. John, Patty (Terry) Hudson of Ed- mond, OK, Jackie Davis of Gig Har- bor, WA, David (Marilyn) Davis of St. John, and Brenda (Kurt Sr.) Car- penter of St. John; 20 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; feur step great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Luella was preceded in death by her husband, Donald (Tex) Davis, her parents, Peder and Louise Pederson, brothers, Herbert, Raymond, Palmer, Wilfred, Carl, and Peder, sisters, Gladys, Oviala, Marlene, and two in- fant sisters at birth, granddaughter, , Jodi Davis, and grandson, Joshua and his wife Robin Langan. Casket Bearers were her grand- sons, Cory Davis, Luke Peterson, Jason Hanson, Jed Hanson, Jordan Langan, Kurt (Jr.) Carpenter, Eric Hudson, Evan Hudson, and in mem— ory, Joshua Langan. Honorary Bear- ers were all of her granddaughters, Kendra Peterson, Kelly Albertson, Jerri Lynn Langan, Erin Smith, Elli- son Anderson, Jessica Marzano, J en- nifer Olsen, Bethany Vandal, Amanda Jennings-Nickles, Saralynn Dobler, Krystne Davis, Mandy Artz, and in memory Jodi Davis. Special Music was provided by Jerri Lynn Langan and Keily Albertson. A Funeral Service was held on Friday, September 24, 2021, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Rolla, ND. Pastor Nicholas Rohde and Pas- tor Randy Kimpland officiated. Bur- ial followed services at the St. John City Cemetery, St. John. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. Wayne Michael Gattke Wayne Michael Gattke, age 65, formally of Rolla, ND passed away on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. Wayne was the son of Ronald . Gattke and Janice Zentz Gattke, formally of Rolla. Funeral services were held on Sat- urday, september 18, at 11 am: at Immanuel Lutheran Church‘of Rolla, with the Reverend Scott A. Ramey officiating. Wayne was interred at the Oxford Lutheran Cemetery, south of Rolla, after the service. The congregational hymns were ‘Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow’, and ‘Jesus Loves Me’. The solo hymns were performed by his mom Ruth Gattke and accompanied by John Halone on the guitar. They per- formed ‘Angels and Eagles’ written by Ruth Gattke, and ‘Build My Man— sion Next to Jesus.’ Wayne was born on November the 10th of 1955. He was baptized at Immanuel Lutheran Church on January 8, 1956, and con— firmed on May 3, 1970. He graduated from Rolla High in 1974. Wayne worked for Roy Mickel— son all over the country and com- bined for various farmers in the area over the years. i " Wayne was a talented mechanic and could fix and repair just about everything. In the winters he worked at Jim Enno’s body shop in Dunseith. Wayne loved the outdoors partic- ularly hunting. He worked road con- struction all over the county and worked on the border wall in Cali- fornia. ' Wayne was loved by his friends and family and the staff of North Mountain Medical and Rehabilita— tion Center in Phoenix Arizona where he resided for the last 8 years after an accident. Wayne is survived by his mother and father, Ruth and Ron Gattke; brothers and sisters, Brian and Sharon Gattke of Rolla, ,Vince and Lenore Gladue of Fargo, ND, Donna and Lance Jay of St. John, and Lorie and Craig Thomas of Schererville, IN. . Wayne was proceeded in death by his mother, Janis, his brothers Scott and James, and his grandparents Wal- ter and Ida Gattke, and Clara and William Zentz. ' ' Alfred Short Jr. . Alfred Short Jr., age 39, of Bel- court, ND passed away on Wednes- day Friday September 17,2021 at ’ Sanford in Fargo ND. A Funeral Mass was held on Fri- day, September 24, 2021 at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Belcourt, with a V visitation and Rosary Service prior to the funeral mass. Burial follOwed in . (USPS 644-300) Established in 1888 Published every Monday ,_- © 2021 JTN Inc. Jason Nordmark, Publisher/Editor Subscription Rates $38 per year in Rolette, Towner, Bottineau and Pierce counties $40 per year elsewhere in North Dakota 342 per year lor snowhirds ‘ $45 per year for e-subscription $46 per year elsewhere in the USA. Periodicals Mail Postage paid at Rolls, North Dakota 58367 and at additional mailing offices POSTNAsiEH: Send address changes to Turtle Mountain Star, Box 849, Holla, North Dakota 58367 Ph: 701-477-6495 - Fax: 701-477-3182 E-mail: tmstar@ utma.com St. Ann’s Catholic Cemetery, Bel- court. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. ‘RObert Patrick (Bob) Robert Patrick (Bob) Lattergrass Jr. was born on March 17, 1955, to Bernice (Lavendure) and Robert Lat- tergrass Sr. in Belcourt, ND, and died. on September 18, 2021 , in Bismarck, . ND; BOb is survived by his children, Bobbie Lattergrass and Bill (Minot), Abigail Lattergrass and Danny (Minot), Levi and Jenny Lattergrass (Parshall), Whitney and J acy Rabbitj head (Minot), Laurel Lattergrass (South Dakota); 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; mother, I Bernice smith; brothers, Stan and Terry Lattergrass, and sister Teresa ‘ Parisien; godparents, Richard (Dicky) Lavendure and Lucille (Bebe) Lattergrass. In 1975, Bob was united in mar- riage to Brenda Demery and to this , union Bobbie, Abigail, and Levi were born. A while later he married Izetta Hopkins and Whitney and Laurel joined the family. ,. Bob attended the University 0 North Dakota and graduated with a BA. Degree in Social Science. Over the years, Bob Worked as an assistant Director of North Dakota Indian Af- fairs, a Tribal Planner from 1979 to 2003, was a top Advisor for legisla- tive, economic/community issues for numerous Tribal Administers, con- sultant for non-profit, small busi- Latterg rass nesses, tribal government, Tribal Li- aison for Sky Dancer HandC Expan- sion project and had experienced writing testimony for Congress and presenting proposals to federal agen— cies/financial institutions. A Mass of Christian Burlal as held Friday, September 24, 2021, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Belcourt. Burial was at the St. Ann’s Ceme— tery, Belcourt. Bismarck Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. George LaFrombois George LaFrombois, age 60, of Belcourt, ND, passed away on Sun— day, September 19, 2021, at Trinity Hospital, Minot, ND. George Edward LaFrombois was born on December 15, 1960, in Oak- land, California, to Romeo Sr. and Gladys (Morin) LaFrombois. He was raised in Dunseith and Belcourt. George was united in marriage to Gale Nadeau and they were together for 43 years. She preceded him in death. George worked for the Turtle Mountain Tribe for many years. He enjoyed working on cars, bird watch- ing, going to the casino, watching westerns, and fishing. ‘ George will be lovingly remem- ’ bere'd'arid'gréatly'missedByhisifairl- ' i1y‘rnérnbers‘ahd‘rnahy‘friends. ' “at :Georgia is survived by his daugh‘il” ters, Mandy Nadeau of Belcourt and Felicia N adeau of Dunseith; four grandchildren, Chayden Nadeau , Al- ijah DeCoteau, Alden DeCoteau Jr., and Richard. Greatwalker; siblings, Carol (Mike) Blevins of Bathgate, Bill (Shelly Gallow) LaFrombois of ' Devils Lake, Gene (Patricia Bruce) LaFrombois of Belcourt and Louis (Ellen) LaFrombois of Belcourt; and many nieces and nephews. ‘ George was preceded in death by; his parents, Romeo Sr. and Gladys LaFrombois, wife, Gale Nadeau, brothers, Raymond and Romeo Jr. LaFrombois, and sister, Delia J. LaFrombois. Casket Bearers are Gene and Justin Gunville, Shane Azure, Bryant Champagne, Josh Nadeau, JR Bruce. A Funeral Mass was held on — Hospital (Continued from Page 1) Brien is a North Dakota Native American artist whose work is known worldwide. According to Al- bertson, “the painting of St. Kateri joins another painting by Brien that honors the Sisters of Mary of the Presentation and their contribution to the hospital and, the Rolette County community. We are honored, to have both of these original works in our hospital.” Main Avenue, Rolla in Centennial Park or in Lena's building during inclement weather Every Wednesday and Saturday from July 4th to Halloween :30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Specialty markets during the winter months Follow us on F acebook for updates! r Thursday,Septernber 23, 2021 ,at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Bel— court, with a visitation and Rosary Service prior to the funeral mass. Burial was in the church cemetery. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. Therefore tell you, do not worry abbut your life, what you Will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more ‘ Viking Burial Offering Gravesite Services September 27, 2021 '- ! Mark Thompson, age 70, of Devil Lake, Rolette, and Deland, Florida, passed away peacefully sUrrounded by his family on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at his home in Devils Lake, North Dakota. Memorial Services will be 'held at Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren Church in Rolette, North Dakota 011 Friday, October 1, 2021 at 1:00 PM fol- lowed with a catered reception at the Rolette Country Club. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND is in charge of arrangements. “5th Sincere Thanks Our family would like to express our sincere gratitude to our family, friends, and community for all your kindness ' during this difficult time. We have during her spiritfire at our home. 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