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Caroline Meldahl

Caroline Meldahl, 101, of Hatton, ND passed away with her family by her side, Monday, August 12, 2013 at Hatton Prairie Village, Hatton, ND. A memorial service will be Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 10:30am at Beaver Creek Lutheran Church, rural Hatton, ND. A visitation will be Friday, August 16, 2013 from 5:00 to 7:00pm with a 7:00pm prayer service at Hatton Prairie Village, Hatton, ND.
Caroline Aaker was born August 17, 1911 to Carl and Eina (Johnson) Aaker on the Aaker Farm, rural Hatton, ND. She grew up on the farm and graduated from Hatton High School. After high school, Caroline attended Interstate Business College in Fargo, ND. Upon returning to the Hatton area, Caroline worked at the Farmers Store and also did some accounting/bookkeeping for several other businesses in Hatton. On February 10, 1934, Caroline married Carl Meldahl, with services at the Aaker Farm. Carl passed away in 1985. Caroline was a member of the Beaver Creek Lutheran Church and taught Sunday school for many years. She was also a member of the Eastern Star and Steele County Red Cross. Caroline was an avid reader, enjoyed sewing, and loved to entertain.
Caroline is survived by her children: Charles Meldahl, Denver, CO, Marilyn Pederson, Northwood, ND, Carol (Marvin) Bohn, Brainerd, MN, Fred (Cassie Oster) Meldahl, Minot, ND, Bradley (Mary) Meldahl, Sharon, ND; grandchildren: Jan, Rodney, Mary, Andrea, Erica, Kristin, Andy, Chris, and Sarah; 15 great-grandchildren, Sister, Phyllis (Roger) Sinkler, Fargo, ND.
Preceding Caroline in death were her parents, husband Carl Jr, sons: David, Rodney and Carl; siblings: Eric Aaker, Carl Aaker Jr, Marion Pagel, Bernice Haller, Dan Aaker, and Robert Aaker; son-in-law Ronald Pederson. Caroline was also preceded in death by lifelong family member, Christine Hanson.
Caroline, the Lord hadn't forgotten you, he just needed you here.

Clergy: Chaplain Dean Lyste

Honorary Pallbearers: All of Caroline's Grandchildren

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Dear Mr. Charles Meldahl ( Chuck) and the family, I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother, Mrs. Caroline Meldahl. Please, accept our late and sincere condolences.Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Yen Tran and family.

Yen Tran Nov 2 2015 12:00 AM

To the Meldahl's- I was very sad to read of your mom's passing... a very swell person, for sure. Janice

Janice Johnson Aug 18 2013 12:00 AM

To the family of Carolyn, Our prayers & sympathy in the loss of Carolyn. I got to know her at Eastern Star. What a beautiful lady Carolyn was. Always a joy to talk to her. May her memories help ease your loss. Nancy & Mike Kainz and Finley Chapter #82, OES

Nancy Kainz Aug 17 2013 12:00 AM

Dear family of Caroline, Our sincere sympathy to all of you. God's blessings to you!

Dale and Jeanette Quanbeck Aug 16 2013 12:00 AM

My condolences to the family in the loss of Caroline. She lived a long and full life. I always enjoyed our visits. She was a great lady with a lot of spirit. Lynn & Sue Groth

Dr. Lynn R. Groth Aug 16 2013 12:00 AM

Daer Meldahls, I have such great memories of Caroline and will miss her. She said she "didn't care who would miss her, she just wanted to go home." Now she is. wish I could be there.. with love, Leslie

Leslie Burket Aug 16 2013 12:00 AM

Our Thoughts and prayers are with you for the loss of Caroline. She was a good friend and wonderful person. When she would see us she would like to visit with my dad and uncle Harris and Rudy Holman. They would talk about the times when they were kids togeather and grew up in Hatton. Take CareA

Kay (Holman) Jeff & Shawn Peterson Aug 15 2013 12:00 AM

Mom(Ina) grew up on the Gust Anderson farm, and was very fond of the Meldahls. There is a passage written in the Anderson family history about a certain registered shorthorn bull that jumped a fence into Gust Anderson's pasture. The family history states that Gust was opposed to the shorthorn breed of cattle, and was not amused with this incursion.

Ina Wigen & son Darroll Aug 15 2013 12:00 AM