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Esther Howitz

Esther Howitz Esther Howitz, 84, of Langdon, ND, died Sunday Sept 7, 2003, at Mandan, ND. Esther Forde was born January 14, 1919, to Obert and Gertie Forde at Tolna, ND. She was raised and Educated at Tolna. She was united in marriage to Jerome J...

Esther Howitz

Esther Howitz, 84, of Langdon, ND, died Sunday Sept 7, 2003, at Mandan, ND.

Esther Forde was born January 14, 1919, to Obert and Gertie Forde at Tolna, ND. She was raised and Educated at Tolna. She was united in marriage to Jerome J. Howitz on September 28, 1941, at Devils Lake, ND. They lived and farmed in Perry Township, Cavalier County. They managed the Terry Motel for 12 years and they moved to Langdon in 1997. Jerome died June 4, 1999.

She is survived by her children, Ronald (Carol) of Leeds, ND, John (Jodi) of Ft. Worth, TX, Dennis (Dawn) of West Fargo, ND, Robert (Shayna) of Oakdale, CA and Penny (Duke) Wetzstein of Mandan, ND; grandchildren, Terry (Connie) Howitz, Lori (David) Giles, Cliff Howitz, Heather (David) Moody, Clint (Lori) Howitz, Clay Howitz, Beth Howitz, Trisha Howitz; great grandchildren, Josh and Jenica Howitz, Tyson and Tessa Giles and Dana Moody; brothers, Orris (Mavis) Forde of Fargo, Harris (Eunice) of Tolna, Norman of McVille; and sister-in-law, Edna of Tolna.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter Mary Helen Howitz, son Allan Howitz, and grandchildren Brandon Howitz and Summer Ann Howitz, and a brother Gerald.

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Visitation: One hour before the time of the services at the Church on Wednesday.

Services: 2pm Wednesday September 10, 2003, at the St. Alphonsus Catholic Church of Langdon.

Interment: Calvary Cemetery, Langdon, ND.

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