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Jane Lillian Forde, Age 79, of Carrington, went to her heavenly home on Sunday, June 21, 2020, at Golden Acres Manor in Carrington, ND.

Jane Lillian Dahl was born November 26, 1940, in McVille, ND. She was one of five children to Algernon & Vivian (Willis) Dahl. Jane attended school in Tolna.

She was united in marriage to Lyle Glenn Forde on June 1, 1958, in Sigdal Lutheran Church. They were blessed with four daughters; Tamy, Lois, Teresa, and Jessie.

Jane wore many hats throughout her years; she worked at the NDSSS Cafeteria, the Rolette Hospital, and was an NDSU Lab Tech for twenty-two years. In 1966, Jane and Lyle became the proud owners of J&L Sales in Carrington, until Lyle retired in 2000.

She enjoyed nalbinding and working on prayer shawls, as well as working outside on her flowers and lawn. Jane loved the outdoors and wouldn’t pass up an opportunity to go camping, fishing, or deer hunting. She shared a passion with Lyle for flying in his airplane and enjoyed the adventures they went on. She treasured the time she spent with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and often teased about going back to work with her granddaughter at NDSU as her boss from March to May of each year.

Jane is survived by her daughters, Tamy (Kevin) Knigge; Lois (Jerry) Readle; Teresa (Donnie) Theis; Jessie (Bob) Schafer; grandchildren, Tamy- Erica (Mike) Rons, Danielle (Steve) Kawano, Sydney (Brandon) Coble, Jeremy Knigge (Tasha); Teresa – Kelly (Tom) Bjerke, Stephanie (Brandon) Miller; Lois- Sarah Chavez (Tomas), Nathan Reimer, John Mark Readle, Philip Readle; Jessie- Jerome (Libby) Lies, Laura Gilliss (Shane), Jessa (Evan) Gross, Zach Schafer; great-grandchildren: Tamy~ Ava, Jack, Ty, Carter, Aleah,  Hendrix, Marley;  Lois~ Isaac  Teresa~ McCoy, Hartley, Tenley, Brandt; Jessie~ Ashtyn, Owen, Crew, baby Gilliss; two brothers Willis Dahl, Lyle (Carrol) Dahl, one sister Margy (John) Messner; brothers-in-law, Jerry (Cheryl) Forde; Maurice (Marcia) Forde and Allan Forde; sisters-in-law, Iris Brimer and Doris Forde.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband Lyle; parents Algernon and Vivian Dahl; grandchild Brian Knigge; sister Sally Messner; nephews, Jerry Dahl, Rickie Forde, and Kevin Messner; father and mother-in-law Gerald And Edna Forde; brothers-in-law Leonard Messner, David Brimer, Robert Forde, Donald Forde; sisters-in-law, Shirley Dahl, Marlys Forde, Vivian Dahl.

 

Visitation will be Friday, 6:00PM-7:00PM with family present followed by a Prayer Service at 7:00PM all at Evans Funeral Home, Carrington.

Funeral Service will be held Saturday, June 27, 2020, at 1:00PM at Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington.

Burial will be at the Carrington Cemetery.

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  1. Jane will be missed by so many. I remember her from when I was in high school…a long, long time ago. I was gone for quite a few years and when I moved back in the ’90s I was so pleased to see her again. She was always so pleasant to visit with. She was “genuine”. God’s Blessings to all of you and may good memories bring you peace.

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  2. So sorry girls..Wish I could be there…Janie was a good freind and there when I needed her..Sure wish we could have gotten together more. Will be thinking of you all…..

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  3. So sorry to hear of Jane’s passing. She was a truly special and amazing woman. Thinking of you all.

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  4. So sorry to hear of your moms passing! Prayers and thinking of you girls and family’s.

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  5. Jane was a great lady and friend. She will truly be missed.

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  6. What a beautiful woman!!!! A heart of gold! She will be missed!

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  7. I had the pleasure of working with Jane throughout her career at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center. Jane was a wonderful, kind and pleasant person to be around. Her positive demeanor and caring personality made it easy to both work with her and to entrust her with the many students she supervised in the laboratory over the years. Her dedication to her job meant that farmers and industry often received the research results sooner than they might have expected. To all her family, Jane was a special person.

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  8. So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She really was a sweetheart, always pleasant to visit with when I ran into her. Blessings.

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  9. My condolences to the family during this difficult time.

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  10. Jessie and family, so sad to hear of your loss. Our prayers will be with you through this hard time.

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  11. So sorry to hear about your Mom/Grandma’s passing. She was a great person and always enjoyed her company. Thoughts and prayers to all of you.

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  12. So sorry to hear of Jane’s passing. I remember her from Tolna High as I was a pal of her sister, Sally. Lyle was my cousin so our paths crossed a few times, but I lived out of state and didn’t get back home very often. I always remember her as a sweet, lovely person. You all have my sincere sympathy.

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  13. Sorry to hear about Janes passing.
    She will be missed by all.

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  14. Our hearts and prayers go with you all during this difficult time. Jane was a terrific person! Blessings! Jay and Cindy!

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  15. While I will be unable to attend her funeral, I will pray for her close and extended family. I am sorry for the world’s loss of a kindhearted person and celebrate her joining Christ and her new body!

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  16. I am so sorry. Jane and Lyle were always welcoming – Jerome and Janice had some fun times with that special group of friends! There are lots of you to carry on the Forde legacy.

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  17. We were sorry to hear about Jane‘s passing she was a lovely lady we had a good time driving Our deepest sympathy to the whole family she will be missed by many.

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  18. Your mother was a lovely and kind person. I know you will miss her very much. Sincere sympathy to you all.

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  19. Sorry to hear of Jane’s passing, I worked with her at the cafe and she was always so kind and had just a great sense of humor – oh, that laugh!

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  20. I had the pleasure of serving on the Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd board with Jane. Her insight, knowledge & positive thinking were greatly appreciated along with her humor. Jane will be missed by all & remembered with smiles by all those she met along the way. I can hear her laugh from heaven. May Jane’s memory bring you all smiles, laughs & those healing tears.

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