Evans Funeral Home
"Compassionate Funeral Service"
Carrington and New Rockford, North Dakota
701.652.3003 or 701.947.2911
Secondary Number ~ 701.650.9937
Eileen Schatz, 79, of Fargo ND, died Monday January 3, 2022, at home under the care of Fraser and Hospice of the Red River Valley.
Eileen Schatz was born October 26, 1942, in Minot, ND, the daughter of Chris and Barbara (Bachmeier).
Eileen grew up in New Rockford, ND, attending school at a country school and St. James Academy. She lived in New Rockford with her parents until she moved to Carrington, ND, in 1991. 1n 1996, Eileen moved to Fargo where she received services from Fraser. Eileen worked at DWAC and SMIDD for a number of years, while living in Fargo. In retirement, Eileen enjoyed watching her shows, playing with her cat, and going out to eat. The residents and staff at Fraser became extended family to Eileen.
Eileen is survived by her sister, Delores Reeck (Las Vegas, NV); niece, Becky; and many other extended family members.
Eileen is preceded in death by her parents; siblings, Bernadine Gedrose, Margaret Nasbusch, Edward Schatz, and Michael Schatz.
Eileen’s family and guardian at Catholic Charities North Dakota would like to thank Fraser for all the care they provided for Eileen.
Visitation will be one hour prior to the service on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at St. John’s Catholic Church, New Rockford, ND.
Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, January 8, 2022, at 2:00PM at St. John’s Catholic Church, New Rockford, ND.
Burial will be at the St. John’s Catholic Cemetery, New Rockford, ND.
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So sorry to hear of the passing of Eileen. I had the privilege of working with Eileen in DWAC and as a program manager at SEHSC. She had such a caring heart. The memories that Eileen and I shared are priceless. I know she is in a better place but she will always be my German Catholic angel. ❤
I would have been there to honor you if I would have known. Love you and I know your the happiest woman in heaven to be with your parents again. Thank you for being the best and letting me know. You were the best great aunt ever and I’ll always hold you near and dear. I’ll always remember playing with you and all your dolls (I am sure I’ll never see another collection like it) to laughing in Fargo on the couch over everything. I’m full of regret for forgetting to update my phone number at Fraser and would like to thank all of them for being her family and caring for her and honoring her fathers wishes.