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Linda Lou Feickert,

Linda Lou Feickert Linda Lou Feickert, 57, of Fargo, ND, died Wednesday, September 3, 2003, at her home after a lengthy battle with Cancer. Linda L. Feickert was born September 23, 1945, in Hoven, SD, the daughter of Alvin and Deloris (Schlepp) B...

Linda Lou

Feickert

Linda Lou Feickert, 57, of Fargo, ND, died Wednesday, September 3, 2003, at her home after a lengthy battle with Cancer.

Linda L. Feickert was born September 23, 1945, in Hoven, SD, the daughter of Alvin and Deloris (Schlepp) Bauer. She grew up in Bowdle, SD, and graduated from Bowdle High School. She married Larry Feickert in Bowdle on August 25, 1963. She operated an in-home child daycare for many years. They moved to Northwood, ND, in 1981. She lovingly cared for and nourished special families in Northwood, ND. They moved to Fargo, ND, in the spring of 2000. She owned and operated PALS Cleaning Service of Fargo until her death.

She was a member of the Peace Lutheran Church, Fargo.

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She is survived by her husband, Larry of Fargo, ND; children, Brian (Jane) Feickert, of Fargo, ND, Lori (Alan) Zakrzewski, of Sioux Falls, SD, Lisa (Dennis) Beine of Mayville, ND, James (Nicole) Feickert of Fargo, ND, and Justin Feickert of Fargo, ND; 8 grandchildren; her father, Alvin Bauer of Bowdle, SD; three sisters, Wanda (Milton) Ottenbacher, of Bath, SD, Gail (Wayne) Snyder, of Watertown, SD, Barbara (Jerry) Williams, of Watertown; two brothers, Larry (Lin) Bauer, of Omaha, NE, and John Bauer, of Richfield, MN. She is preceded in death by her mother Deloris Bauer.

Services: 2:30 P.M., Saturday, September 6, 2003, at the Peace Lutheran Church, Fargo, North Dakota.

Visitation: Friday, September 5, 2003, from 5-7 P.M. with a 6:30 PM prayer service at the Peace Lutheran Church, Fargo, ND.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the Red River Hospice of Fargo, ND.

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