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Alfred H. Rostad,

Alfred H. Rostad Alfred H. Rostad, 84, of Fargo, died Thursday, October 2, 2003, at Innovis Hospital, Fargo, ND. Alfred Howard Rostad was born to Halvor and Anna (Askvig) Rostad on March 27, 1919, in Carpio, North Dakota. Alfred served in the U.S...

Alfred H. Rostad

Alfred H. Rostad, 84, of Fargo, died Thursday, October 2, 2003, at Innovis Hospital, Fargo, ND.

Alfred Howard Rostad was born to Halvor and Anna (Askvig) Rostad on March 27, 1919, in Carpio, North Dakota.

Alfred served in the U.S. Army from April of 1943 until January of 1946. He returned to the Minot, ND, area where he worked for Bridgeman Creamery for four years and then met and married Mildred Lund. They lived in the Minot and New Rockford areas where Alfred was a contractor along with his brother, Emery and father, Halvor. In 1968, they moved to Fargo where Alfred built houses with his son, Howard and grandson, Jeff. He also was the building manager at Twin Towers Condos in Fargo.

Alfred is survived by his sister, Evelyn Anderson, Minot, ND; his children, Bonnie (Milton) Walz, West Fargo, ND; Howard (Barbara) Rostad, Phoenix, AZ; Lori Ross, Muskogee, OK; Darlene (Bill) Weiss, Bismarck, ND; seven grandchildren; and ten great grandchildren.

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He was preceded in death by his wife; parents; brothers, Emery and Jerald; and sister, Angeline.

Funeral services: Tuesday, October 7, 2003, at 2:00 P.M., at First Lutheran Church, Fargo, ND.

Visitation: Monday, October 6, 2003, from 5 - 7 P.M., at Hanson-Runsvold Funeral Home, Fargo, ND.

Prayer service: Monday, October 6, 2003, at 7:00 P.M., at Hanson-Runsvold.

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Fargo, ND.

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