Armstrong Funeral Home, Lisbon, ND

Armstrong Funeral Home

11 Main St
Lisbon, ND 58054
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Phone: (701) 683-4400

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Comment on Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND written by: Debbie Anderson 1 stars 2012-06-28 22:41:03 I agree....you need to make your website easier to find a obituary. I too can't find one. All other funeral home sites are very easy to find any obit.


Comment on Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND written by: cody (printz) berry 5 stars 2012-02-29 17:02:10 I would like to say Thank You to Deb and Charlie at Armstrongs. You both did a GREAT job with everything for my fathers funeral, also you both answered all of our questions and helped us out with so much. Thank you again!

Always,
Cody


Comment on Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND written by: Mary Hall 1 stars 2012-02-14 13:07:36 looking for the obit for classmate Jim Printz..wanted to write a condolance to the family.....nothing???? would be nice to have a website set up like so many other f.homes have these days... It's a wonderul service!


Comment on Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND written by: ernest feland 1 stars 2011-12-18 21:03:17 Very poor web site, it's not user friendly. Trying to fine an ob is impossible.


Comment on Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND written by: Lloyd Amundson 4 stars 2011-04-09 14:28:43 I have tried to find an obituary abour Mavis Rotenberger----can't find it!


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Reply by Pat on 2011-11-18 15:36:06

Mavis E. Rotenberger

April 18, 2011 in Obituaries | by Ransom County Gazette

Mavis Rotenberger

Funeral services for Mavis E. Rotenberger, 85, Lisbon, were held Apr. 11, 2011 at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Lisbon. Rev. Kirk Douglas officiated. Mrs. Rotenberger passed away on Apr. 7, 2011 at Parkside Lutheran Home, Lisbon.
Mavis E. Rotenberger, daughter of Arnold and Anna LaVina (Holmstrom) Trana, was born July 20, 1925 in Gwinner. She graduated from Gwinner High School. She lived in Seattle where she worked for Boeing. She returned to Lisbon where she worked at Vogue Cleaners, Penneys, Grinden’s Five & Dime and the Stake-Out.
She married Fritz Rotenberger on Oct. 31, 1948 in Gwinner. They owned and operated The Recreation Center for 20 years. She was also the bookkeeper for Lisbon Builders for many years. She was the treasurer for the Senior Citizens. She enjoyed square dancing and fishing at Dead Lake, MN. Mavis will be remembered for her love of family and friends.
She is survived by her husband Fritz, Lisbon; two daughters Deborah (John) Hovel, Alexandria, MN, Peggy (Joe) Lukes, Lisbon; a son John (Sandy) Rotenberger, Lisbon; seven grandchildren Dan (Julie) Hovel and Blair (Lecia) Hovel, Alexandria, MN, Nikki (Zac) Rasmusson, LaMoure, Jane (Jeff) Schlotfeld, Ashby, MN, Ryan (Danielle) Lukes, Lisbon, and Derek and Haley Rotenberger, Lisbon; 12 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Gordon Trana.
Pallbearers for the funeral were Scott Trana, Charlie Rotenberger, Richard Rotenberger, Ron Rotenberger, Bill Rotenberger and Roger Rotenberger.
Music was provided by organist Louise Kunze and soloist Charlene Rondestvedt.
Interment at Oakwood Cemetery, Lisbon.
Armstrong Funeral Home, Lisbon was in charge of arrangements.

this was from the Ransom County Gazette Apr 18th so if you go to rcgazette.com you can view a picture.


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Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND LeRoy Pfingsten Sending Condolences for Don Bjugstad 2012-02-14 22:02:35 I would like the obituary


Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon, ND Marlene Luick Sending Condolences for Wallace Laudert 2012-01-06 09:59:15 I would like a complete obituary for Wallace Laudert. If possible, send me one by e-mail. I wish you would list the obits on your website. It would be easier for people to find it. Thank you.


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