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Published November 18, 2013, 12:00 AM

Marjorie A. Hage

Marjorie Adele Hage passed away Friday, November 15, 2013 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, ND. Marjorie was born March 28, 1927 at Halstad, Minn., the daughter of Leonard and Alice (Viker) Arneson. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith at Halstad Lutheran Church. She attended school at Halstad and Dakota Business College in Fargo, ND.

She was united in marriage to George Leland Hage on November 25, 1943. They resided in Halstad where they raised five children. Together they farmed, operated the Barnesville Bakery and Halstad Bakery, as well as Hage Trucking and Hage Insulation. Leland died October 17, 1987. Margie continued to reside in Halstad until 2012, at which time she lived with her daughter in Lake Park for a short time before moving to River Pointe in Moorhead, Minn.

Marjorie A. Hage

Marjorie Adele Hage passed away Friday, November 15, 2013 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, ND. Marjorie was born March 28, 1927 at Halstad, Minn., the daughter of Leonard and Alice (Viker) Arneson. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith at Halstad Lutheran Church. She attended school at Halstad and Dakota Business College in Fargo, ND.

She was united in marriage to George Leland Hage on November 25, 1943. They resided in Halstad where they raised five children. Together they farmed, operated the Barnesville Bakery and Halstad Bakery, as well as Hage Trucking and Hage Insulation. Leland died October 17, 1987. Margie continued to reside in Halstad until 2012, at which time she lived with her daughter in Lake Park for a short time before moving to River Pointe in Moorhead, Minn.

Marjorie was a woman of faith and was a lifetime member of the Halstad Lutheran Church, serving wherever called. Her talent of quilting was shared as she made many quilts that were sent to the less fortunate. She also made many quilts for her family which are cherished by them. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and Homemaker’s Clubs. She was a Tupperware dealer and enjoyed the many parties she demonstrated at.

Marjorie is survived by four children: Barbara Clay of Ashland Mo.; Gerald (Debra) of Halstad, Minn.; Leon (Susan) of Warroad, Minn.; and Lisbeth (Robert) Larson of Lake Park, Minn.; grandchildren: Keith (Ewa) Harper, Paul Harper, Chris (Shelley) Harper, Daniel (Kelly) Clay, Debra Clay Sapp, Denise Clay Richards, Angie (Shane) Crompton, Hilary (Matt) Hovdenes, Heidi (Matt) Horn, Dustin (Tasha) Hage, Crystal (Jeremy) Schmidt, April Lightning, and Guy Hage; Adam (Julie) Larson and Sarah (Travis) Renner; great-grandchildren: Kyle and Kevin Harper; Jena Harper; Josh, Joya, Jordan and Jared Harper; Rebecca Peterson, Reggan Westphal, Amanda Clay, Jordan Richards; Landon, Braydon and Holdon Clay; Stefen, Cole, and Sadie Horn; Anders and Emma Hovdenes; Jackson Hage; Trevor and Kayla Fortin; Lillie Hage, Dylon Hage, Elixis, Isabella, Atina and Skyler Hage; Lake, Lincoln and Leyton Larson; one great-great grandson: Ryder Westphal; many nieces and nephews; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Harold and Frances Hage, Philip and Beverly Hage, Ruth Henka and Eunice Ydstie. She was preceded in death by her husband; one daughter, Kathleen Harper; two grandchildren: Donna Westphal and Anita Hage; sons-in-law, Rex Clay and Malcolm Harper; grandson-in-law, G. John Richards; her parents; one sister, Edith Day; one brother, Raymond Arneson.

Funeral services will be Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at Halstad Lutheran Church, Halstad, Minn.

Visitation will be from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. with a prayer service at 6:30 pm Monday, November 18 at the Fredrikson Valley Funeral Home, Halstad, Minn.

Burial will be at Halstad North Lutheran Cemetery.

Fredrikson Valley Funeral Home

Halstad, MN

www.fredriksonfh.com

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