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Jodi Lynn Carlson, age 58, died peacefully November 6th, 2020, at Sanford Medical Center surrounded by family.

Jodi was born on February 5th, 1962, in New Rockford, ND, to Milton (Mike) and Marlys Lura. Growing up, Jodi enjoyed spending time on the farm with her father. She graduated from New Rockford High School in 1980. She continued her education at Moorhead State University in Moorhead, MN, graduating with an Associate’s Degree.

She later moved back to New Rockford and married Jon Jury September 13th, 1983. On February 28th, 1989, Jodi and former husband Jon welcomed their daughter Megan to the world. Jodi’s career path through real estate and office managing later led her to meeting and marrying her former husband Johnny Carlson on December 2nd, 2006. Jodi opened Three Sisters Quilt Shop in 2008 in New Rockford.

On June 17th, 2011 Jodi was diagnosed with adenoid cystic carcinoma. She started her treatment at Roger Maris Cancer Center in Fargo, ND. Through her battle, she truly lived life to the fullest and made many memories. Jodi loved spending time with family and her two granddaughters.

Jodi is survived by her daughter Megan (Derrick) Lewis of Fargo, ND.  Sisters Patrice (Duane) Gedrose of Washburn, ND, Denise (Kenny) Reis, New Rockford, ND. Her Granddaughters Lydia and Clara Lewis, Fargo, ND. Her eight nieces and nephews.

Jodi was preceded in death by her parents.

 

Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 10th, 2020, 9:00AM – 6:00PM, with family present from 4:00PM – 6:00PM all at Evans Funeral Home, New Rockford.

A Private Family Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday at First Lutheran Church, New Rockford.

Burial will be at Prairie Home Cemetery, New Rockford.

 

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18 Comments

  1. Jodi was always full of energy with the biggest smile on her face. She will be missed. Condolences to her family!

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  2. Sending prayers to Jodi’s entire family during this difficult time!

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  3. I always enjoyed going to the quilt shop and visiting with Jodi. She always had a smile on her face ,and was so proud of her daughter… she was an inspiration .. condolences to all her family

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  4. So sorry to see this. Jodi was a very special person. I only knew her through the Quilt Shop but she was so pleasant and nice to visit with. May you find peace in many good memories. Blessings to all of you!

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  5. Jodi was one tough cookie.😪My folks will miss her so. She was a great neighbor and friend to my parents. megan and Family our prayers to u all🙏

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  6. My sympathy goes out to Jodi’s family. Her cheerful outlook and big smile will be missed by all. I am happy she got to spend so much time with her granddaughters. God’s peace.

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  7. Thinking of you, Megan

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  8. I met Jodi at the quilt shop and we hit it off immediately! I always looked forward to her energy and ideas. She was an amazing mom to Megan and grandma to Lydia and Clara. Memories of her love and spirit will stay with you for always.

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  9. My sympathies to Jodi’s family! It is been a long battle for her and she always had such a positive attitude through it all!! Will miss her caramels at Xmas time!! She was a grand lady!

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  10. Lura Family: Several years ago, Jodi and I were able to visit and get caught up with each other–it was one of those “feel good” visits. I am proud that Jodi was able to use her business training from my classes at NR High School–she was a super student! You will find peace in all those good memories–be sure to share with family and friends. Blessings to each of you as you celebrate Jodi’s earthly life and now her eternal life. Terry and Sandi Kemmer, Detroit Lakes, MN

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  11. Sorry to hear about Jodi’s passing. It seems like our family spent every summer holiday with the Lura Family. I remember skating at the Barlow Town Hall with the Lura girls most every Friday night. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  12. Megan and family,
    So sorry to hear of Jodi”s passing. She was always a joy to talk to at RMCC

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  13. Growing up next door to my BFF meant her little sister Jodi (JoJo) was like a little sister to me, too. Our families have had many great times + celebrations over the years, but have weathered many bad rough times too. This is one of the sad ones. Her positive attitude was such a help to all of us going thru the C crap. She was a wonderful friend and help to Mom & Dad during their last years. She was a blessing. You will be missed JoJo! ❤

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  14. Praying for Jodi’s Family Blessing to all

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  15. Got to know Jodi thru the quilt shop. It was a wonderful store and so was she and all her employees. Sure missed her and the shop when she closed. Rest in peace Jodi and my sincere sympathy to her daughter and sisters and their families.

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  16. I met Jodi at RMCC. Jodi’s love for her family was always evident and her face would light up with joy as she talked about each loved one. Her beautiful smile and positive attitude drew others to her. I always enjoyed our visits and felt privileged that she would spend time with me. I hope that beautiful memories will bring you comfort and that those memories will remain strong forever.

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  17. Megan and family, Patrice and Denise and families, thinking of you all through this hard time. Jodi’s smile and upbeat attitude made everyone around her happy. Her phrase “Life is good!” was a testament to how she lived her life in these past few years.

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  18. Jodi will always have a special place in my heart and I will never forget her smile and cheerful conversations during our massage therapy sessions. How I loved doing this for her! 💕

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