Evans Funeral Home
"Compassionate Funeral Service"
Carrington and New Rockford, North Dakota
701.652.3003 or 701.947.2911
Secondary Number ~ 701.650.9937
LeRoy E. Hart
LeRoy Hart, age 77 of Carrington, passed away peacefully on Friday, January 31, 2020 at Golden Acres Manor surrounded by his family.
LeRoy Earl Hart was born at the Carrington Hospital on January 18, 1943 to Earl & Olga (Stene) Hart. LeRoy graduated from Carrington High School in 1961 and attended North Dakota State University.
On June 7th 1963, LeRoy married the love of his life, Lori Boysun and went on to spend the next 56 beautiful years together. They moved to a farmstead two miles from the family farm where they established their home and raised their three children. LeRoy took pride in farming and ranching with his brother Dennis.
LeRoy was well known in the community, serving as a Foster County Commissioner, member of the Carrington School Board, Trinity Lutheran Church Board and a Bucephalia Township Supervisor for 50 years. LeRoy enjoyed traveling with his wife Lori, playing cards with friends, was an avid Bison Fan and loved watching or hearing about the activities of his grandchildren. LeRoy also enjoyed grilling and Christmas. He was kind to all the people he met and enjoyed life to the fullest.
LeRoy is survived by his wife, Lori; daughter, Julie McCabe, Bismarck; sons, Tory (Lori) Hart, Jamestown and Kelly (Jana) Hart, West Fargo; six grandchildren, Erin Hart, St. Cloud, MN, Adam Hart, Fargo, Annie Hart, Jamestown, Katie McCabe, Bismarck, Mason and Madison Hart, West Fargo; brother, Dennis (Jan) Hart, Carrington; brother-in-law, Randy (Mary) Boysun, Wolf Point, MT, and sister-in-law, Jeanette (Jim) Ferch, Carrington; along with nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl & Olga, brother Virgil, sister Janet Kanwisher, brother-in-law Tony Boysun, nephews, Jeff Schander, Lane Stai and nieces Amy Stevens, Rita Schaeffer, and Ann Thompson.
Visitation will be Monday 9:00AM-5:00PM at Evans Funeral Home, Carrington and will continue from 6:00-7:00PM followed by a Prayer Service at 7:00PM at Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington.
Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at 10:30AM at Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington, ND.
Burial will be at the Carrington Cemetery.
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We wish express our most sincere sympathy to each of you. Our thoughts and prayer are with you. Rest In Peace Dear Leroy. You have set a wonderful example for your Dear family. With Sincere Love and Prayers to you all. Love from the Schiermeister’s Leo and DOrinda.
We join with you in your sadness over the passing of LeRoy. Such a great guy, a person who was a lot of fun to be around. The real quality in LeRoy, though, is shown in the values he passed on to not only his kids, but grandkids, too. Qualities such as devotion to family, devotion to community, hard work, love of God and love of other people. Kelly is our son-in-law, and we see all those values in Kelly and our joint grandkids, Mason and Madison. That’s a fantastic legacy for LeRoy. God bless. — Rob and Carla Lein
LeRoy was always a good friend and also LeRoy was always a good friend when we were growing up and a very good customer when I was in business. Always had a lot of laughs when he and his wife came to the store.
He will be missed by all.
LeRoy was wonderful man, lived a very respectable life, and will be deeply missed. He was always full of kindness, joy and wisdom.
Sorry to hear of LeRoy passing
He was good friend for many years
I don’t ever remember seeing Leroy when he wasn’t smiling. Such a kind and caring man. Our sympathies to your entire family.
I remember Leroy as a happy person and a very involved citizen in our city and surrounding areas. My sympathies to you Lori and all of your family.
My deepest condolences to the entire family. LeRoy was an amazing man, and will be deeply missed. I will pray for peace for the family.
So sorry to hear about Leroy,what a great neighbor,hugs to the family
My Memories of LeRoy are of all the Deer Hunting our family did around the area. When ever we would stop on the road and chat w LeRoy and Tory, it was always an enjoyable part of the Hunt and something to look forward to. The respect my Dad and LeRoy had for each other was evident. The “knowledge” we gained on those road side meetings, I am sure Tory and my brothers would agree were pretty profound!! Here’s to the Old Timers!!