Evans Funeral Home
"Compassionate Funeral Service"
Carrington and New Rockford, North Dakota
701.652.3003 or 701.947.2911
Secondary Number ~ 701.650.9937
David E. Mehlhoff, age 75, passed away on Monday, January 14, 2019, at his home, Bismarck, ND.
David Edward Mehlhoff was born, April 15, 1943 to Frances and Philip Mehlhoff in Vancouver, Washington. David attended school in New Rockford and then attended Valley City State College. David was Army active duty from December 1965 until November 1967 and was in the reserves until 1971. He moved back to New Rockford and worked for Burlington Northern Railroad. On July 6, 1968 he married, Marllian J. Ulness. They had four children, Todd Mehlhoff, Justin Mehlhoff, Andy Anderson & Cindy Boatright. Through the years they lived and raised their family in Elgin, ND, Jamestown, ND and Minot, ND. He loved to ride his motorcycle and was an avid collector of coins and stamps. David would lend a hand to anybody in need. He enjoyed his family and grandchildren and was always sharing his knowledge with friends and family. He was a loving father and husband.
He is survived by his four children, Todd (Laura) Mehlhoff, Justin (Dawn) Mehlhoff, Andy (Mary) Anderson & Cindy Boatright and sisters, and Jean (Marshall) Vining and Carol Mehlhoff; thirteen grandchildren and twenty-six great grandchildren.
David is preceded in death by his parents, Frances and Philip; wife, Marllian; brother, Philip; grandson, Jason Anderson, and son-in-law, Randy Boatright.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019, one hour prior to funeral service in Evans Funeral Home, New Rockford, ND.
Funeral Service will be on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 2:00PM at Evans Funeral Home, New Rockford, ND.
Burial will be at Prairie Home Cemetery, New Rockford, ND.
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To all of Dave’s family….My sincere condolences and prayers for all of you. Dave has been a friend of mine for well over 50 years and there are many dear memories. Dave and Marllian were both friends and neighbors to Marcy and I when we lived in Jamestown and our children used to play together while we played cards and visited..He will be missed…Cherish your memories…no one can take them from you!
Todd-Justin-Cindy-Andy and all family members. My heart so hurts for my brothers family members. Cherish your wonderful memories and your dad will always be with you in your hearts- I so know the pain of loosing a dad- love all of you guys- God bless!
My heart truly goes out to the Mehlhoff family.
Dave and I were high school buddies. Friday nights when the teen canteen was open, (which was a dance for teenagers at the Brown Memorial Hall), Dave would get his dad’s 1955 red and black Packard and we would cruise around town. We thought we were hot stuff. Then we would go to the dance, and take our sticks to fight off the girls. I have a lot more memories of Dave. I will never forget him.
To all of Dave’s family our prayers go out to you in your time of need . Unca Dave as l called him was a classmate and a friend before he married my aunt marllain . His wide grin and arched eyebrows when pulling a fast one will be sorely missed , may he Rest In Peace
Our prayers to all of Dave’s family, He will be sorely missed by all who knew him . A classmate and a friend may he Rest In Peace
My prayers go out for the Mehlhoff family. Sorry for your loss of Father and your brother
My deepest sympathy to Dave’s family. He was a cousin and a good friend. I have many fond memories of growing up together in New Rockford.
Todd, Justin, Cindy & Andy,
I’m so sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories. Your Dad was a good person and will be missed by so many. I have been so blessed to have David as my brother. It was always a joy have David visit. He was so full of life! I will miss him dearly, but he will be in my heart forever.
Todd, Justin, Cindy & Andy.
I’m very sorry for your loss. I first got to know your Dad when I married Jean. Somewhere over the years he became more my brother instead of my brother-in-law. He will be missed and always remembered.
So sorry for your loss, David was the last of my Uncles. I will miss the visits when he was near, We had some long phone calls we had after Marllian died, He just wanted encouragement that he could make it without her and he did. will be missed by all Todd, Justin, Cindy and Andy I will say the same thing to you as I said to your Dad.
You are going to be fine but it takes time and your memories. The hurt will go away in time.
Bless your heart Todd, Justin, Cindy,Andy.
We are so sorry for your loss. Dave & Marllain were our neighbors in Minot & had many
great times together. Dave was always there to lend a helping hand with many
Projects. Our thoughts & prayers go out to you at this difficult time.
Dave & Marrlain were our neighbors in Minot for many years. We had lots of laughs
& many good times together. Dave was always the first to lend a helping hand when
Needed. Our thoughts & prayers go out to Dave’s family as he will be truly missed.
Todd, Justin, Cindy and Andy.
We are sorry to hear of your loss, and will be thinking of you. I’ll miss my favorite “turkey” uncle.
I am shocked by your passing. You will truly be missed. I will remember the times we shared, including the Las Vegas trip. The Wheel of Fortune machine paid for your trip! 🙂
Our family lost a great one this week. I will miss my uncle’s humor & teasing that marked almost every conversation we had. He was so full of life and so good to others. So many fond memories of him over the years. I can’t believe he is gone now. Thoughts and prayers out to all friends & family that love him and shares this loss with us. Rest in peace Uncle Dave.
So sorry to hear about Dave’s passing. He was so good to (Mud) Marllian. Last of the uncles, so sad!!!! Miss everyone from that family. God Bless, Cindy, Andy, Todd and Justin!!!!!