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Jeanne Trowbridge

Jeanne Trowbridge, age 89, formally of Williston, ND died peacefully of natural causes December 12, 2021 in Golden Acres Manor, Carrington, ND.

Jeanne Edith Patton was born May 17,1932, in Williston, North Dakota, the eldest daughter of Eli Patton and Isabelle (Hanson) Patton. Jeanne lived in Williston most of her life while attending school.

Jeanne met the love of her life, Duane Trowbridge, when she was 9 years old. He saw her with her cute blonde ringlets and went up to her and said I’m going to marry you someday. She laughed at this and said HA I don’t think so. When Jeanne turned 18, true to his word, Duane proposed and Jeanne accepted. Jeanne Patton and Duane Trowbridge were united at the Methodist Church parsonage in Williston, North Dakota on October 21,1951. Jeanne spent most of her married life in Williston raising her 7 children with Duane.

She worked for a few years at Jamie’s Cafe. Jeanne loved cooking and baking for family and friends. There were many times that if a friend stopped by to visit she would immediately start making her infamous caramel rolls.

Jeanne loved taking care of people and would help with her grandchildren and great grandchildren as much as she could. She worked as a volunteer grandparent at Headstart for many years. Jeanne would spend many weekends with Duane driving country roads and spent many weekends in Medora making new friends and talking with old friends. Jeanne had just met her sisters Julie Sorrel and Doris Gruber by computer this year after learning of their existence and heard about their brother Daniel.

Jeanne is survived by her children, David, Lake Charles, LA; Ken, Minot, ND; Lorena (Mike) Robinson, Tucson, AZ; Sheldon (Linda), Yucca Valley, CA; Dawnette (Ken) Peters, Aberdeen, SD; Don, Bismarck, ND; Michelle (Tate) Haugen, Wing, ND; sister, Julie (Bill) Sorrel, Yuma, AZ; Doris (Mike) Gruber, Vernon, AZ, many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.

Jeanne is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Duane; son, Robert Trowbridge; brothers, William and Daniel Patton; brothers in law Roland and LaVon Trowbridge; sisters in law, Helen Trowbridge, Phyllis Snider and Delores Belgarde.

Jeanne Trowbridge’s Visitation will be Saturday, December 18, 2021 from Noon – 1:00PM followed by a Funeral Service at 1:00PM all at Evans Funeral Home, Carrington.

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10 Comments

  1. Praying for peace and comfort in this difficult time.

    Sincerely
    Ayanna

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  2. Great grandma you will be deeply missed by all so sad to know it was your time to go so soon. My heart is so broken. I will be sure to tell your great great granddaughter how much of an amazing woman you are.

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  3. She will be missed

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  4. I REMEMBER GOING OVER TO SEE HERE WHEN WE LIVE IN WILLISTON SO SO COULD SEE HER GREAT GRANDKIDS I LOVE HER SO MUCH. SHE WAS ANWSOME PERSON MOTHER GRANDMOTHER AND MADE YOU FILL AT HOME. I WAS MARRIED TO CHAD TROWBRIDGE AND HAD 2 LITTLE GIRLS AND AM DAVID IS CHADS DAD. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS OUR WITH THE FAMILY AT THIS TIME

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  5. We will miss you down here gone too soon

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  6. Oh grandma. How I will miss you! I still haven’t truly grieved over your leaving. I fear tomorrow will not be an easy day. Your smile and whip crack mind will be what I remember for the rest of my time on this planet. Love you and miss you!

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  7. Michelle and families, my prayers and sympathy to all. Jeanne was a pistol, I loved visiting her at your home in Williston.

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  8. I wish you were able to meet your grandson in law Johnny, he is such a sweetheart and helps me out quit a bit,we love you grandma

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  9. Oh, I am so sorry Jeanne is not able to make others smile and laugh! She would sit by my office and greet others, she loved seeing people coming and going. She loved pets, especially dogs. Michelle, may your memories bring you comfort and peace.

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  10. She always brightened up your day with the little things she would do to make you laugh. She will be missed. so sorry for your loss

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