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Published April 24, 2013, 12:00 AM

Mabel A. Feldman

Mabel A. Feldman, 84, surrounded by her children, passed away peacefully on April 12, 2013 in Detroit Lakes, MN where she has resided since 2006. Funeral service was held Wednesday, April 17th at 2:00 pm. at the United Methodist Church in Pembina, ND. Visitation was held the night before at the church.

Mabel Ann Middleton was born August 11, 1928 in Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada. She was youngest of six children born to Joseph and Emma (Ottem) Middleton.

Mabel A. Feldman

Mabel A. Feldman, 84, surrounded by her children, passed away peacefully on April 12, 2013 in Detroit Lakes, MN where she has resided since 2006. Funeral service was held Wednesday, April 17th at 2:00 pm. at the United Methodist Church in Pembina, ND. Visitation was held the night before at the church.

Mabel Ann Middleton was born August 11, 1928 in Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada. She was youngest of six children born to Joseph and Emma (Ottem) Middleton.

She spent her youth in Unity, moving to Pembina, ND when she was a senior in high school, graduating in 1945. After graduation, Mabel attended Business College and began working for the government in Pembina. When the television station KCND came to Pembina, Mabel was the manager for fifteen years. When the station closed, Mabel began to work again for the government in Noyes, MN for U.S. Customs Patrol and in Pembina at the District Office. Mabel retired in 1995.

Mabel married Melvin Francis Feldman in the United Methodist Church in Pembina, ND in 1952. They lived in St. Paul, MN for a few years, moving back to Pembina to raise their children. Mabel was active in her church as a Sunday school teacher, member of United Methodist Women, and served as the secretary for many years. She was also active in the Pembina Historical Society and Eastern Star.

Mabel was known for her baking, especially her pie-making skills. She willingly shared of her time and talent with her family, her church, and her community. She loved the Minnesota Twins, cats, and angel pins. She believed in living a life of service and looked for ways each day to bring joy to others. Mabel loved her Bible, her faith and her family.

Mabel was preceded in death by her husband and her siblings.

She is survived by her three children: Richard (Charlotte), Fargo, ND; Kathryn (Jack) Misson, Detroit Lakes, MN and John (Nancy) of Pembina, ND; six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Askew Funeral Home

Cavalier, ND 701-265-4321

Online guestbook www.askewfuneralhome.com

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