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Lynn Viseth Halvorson

Lynn Viseth Halvorson Lynn Viseth Halvorson, 34, of Fargo died Saturday, March 29, 2008 in MeritCare Health Systems, Fargo. Lynn Marie was born September 30, 1973 to Wayne and Carla (Beyer) Viseth in Morris, MN. The family lived on a farm near Ap...

Lynn Viseth

Halvorson

Lynn Viseth Halvorson, 34, of Fargo died Saturday, March 29, 2008 in MeritCare Health Systems, Fargo.

Lynn Marie was born September 30, 1973 to Wayne and Carla (Beyer) Viseth in Morris, MN. The family lived on a farm near Appelton, MN where she attended grade school. In 1983 the family moved to Fargo. Lynn graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1992. She then worked for Rosenbluth which was acquired by Upstream where she was a quality and training manager. She married Wyatt Halvorson on February 18, 2000 in Fargo. In her free time Lynn enjoyed painting and scrap booking.

She is survived by her husband Wyatt of Fargo; children, Braden Carl, Paige Carl and Ethan Halvorson all of Fargo; her parents, Wayne and Carla Viseth of West Fargo; brother, Mike (Katie) Viseth of Fargo; sister, Jody Viseth of Ft. Meyer, FL and grandmother, Adeline Viseth of Fargo.

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She was preceded in death by an infant son Tristen.

Visitation: 5-7 pm Tuesday, April 1, 2008 in Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo and one hour before the funeral Wednesday at the Church.

Funeral: 1:00 pm Wednesday, April 2, 2008 in Knollbrook Covenant Church, Fargo.

Online guestbook at www.boulgerfuneralhome.com

Arrangements entrusted to the care of Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

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