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Orville R. Lyste, 89, Hatton, ND passed away Sunday, July 19, 2009 at the Hatton Prairie Village, Hatton, ND.
Orville was born June 25, l920, rural Hatton to Nels and Olga (Aarhus) Lyste. He grew up in the Hatton community where he attended public school. He began working as a farm laborer at age 16 and worked for 13 years for his sister Yvonne and brother-in-law Arland Offerdahl. He continued working for various farmers until ill health in l975 when he moved to Mayville. He became a resident at the Hatton Prairie Village on March 12, 2007. Orville was a lay preacher for 35 years that included his singing and playing of the autoharp. He was a former member of the Northwood Assembly of God and currently the Zoar Free Lutheran Church in Hatton, ND.He is survive by 2 sisters, Lorraine Morkve, Northwood, ND Yvonne Offerdahl, Hatton, ND 17 nephews and nieces, many great and great, great nephews and nieces, brother-in-law Dennis Meyers of Grand Forks, ND.He was preceded in death by his parents, 4 sisters, Alice Viken, Hazel Grande, Nina Dokken, Margaret Meyers, brother Chester and l niece Gwendolyn Dokken.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, July 23, 2009 at 2:00 P.M. in the Zoar Free Lutheran Church, Hatton, ND.
Visitation will be from 5 - 7 on Wednesday at the Hatton Prairie Village with a 7:00 PM prayer service.
The interment will be in the St. John Cemetery, Hatton, ND.
The Bilden Funeral Home, Hatton is in charge of arrangements.
It is always a joy to be with someone we love when they are called to Heaven, a privilege you might say. Remember Footprints in the Sand...when things were the worst in our life, that is when there is only one set of footprints because God is graciously carrying us. God bless your whole family at this time, and rejoice that Orville is in the presence of God.
Brian K. Obermann Jul 21 2009 12:00 AM
I am very saddened by the passing of my dear friend and mentor, Orville lyste. I know you all have been shaken by Orville's death, but remember he was a strong man of God and he is safely in the arms of Jesus in Heaven right now. I remember when Debbie first introduced me to Orville. We were dating at the time, and we stopped by his apartment in mayville. Needless to say, we clicked right away. I knew I had made a friend that day. To Mom (Yvonne), Lorraine, Debbie, Gary, David and the family; I share your grief in your loss. Heaven's gain is truly our loss. Orville was a dear man and we really will miss him.
Rick Olson Jul 20 2009 12:00 AM