03 Jan Agnes B. Christianson
Agnes B. Christianson, 95, of Bismarck, passed away peacefully at her residence at Edgewood Dominion in Bismarck the morning of Jan. 2, 2023. Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, Jan. 5, at 11 a.m. at the Bismarck Funeral Home. A private family burial will be held in the spring at Almont Cemetery. Livestream of the service will be available
on the Bismarck Funeral Home Facebook page and website.
Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service.
Agnes was born on May 27, 1927 to Martin and Katherine Doll in Almont, ND. She married Floyd Christianson on December 31, 1947 and together lived on their farm for 67 years where they raised their 3 children. After her children were gone Agnes went to work as a CNA with Marion Manor Nursing Home in Glen Ullin, where she worked for 25 years. Where she lived now, a lot of the nurses and CNA’s that she trained would come to take care of her. Agnes left the nursing homework at 79 years old and probably wouldn’t quit if she had not broken her hip.
Agnes liked crocheting and her family and friends have a lot of nice dollies and blankets she made. She also loved baking for her family and they enjoyed many of her treats. They have bee
n missed since she had to quit 1 year and a half ago.
She will be deeply missed by her 2 sons, Tim (Joann) Christianson, of Mandan, Kevin (Mary Jane) Christianson, of Wisconsin, 1 daughter, Debora Christianson, of Mandan, 5 grandchildren, Todd (Andrea) Christianson, of Arizona, Jill (Jesse) Gange, of Bismarck, Jaren (Katie) Christianson, of Wisconsin, Kyle Christianson (Candace Gauer) of Wisconsin, Preston Christianson (Samantha Reiss) of Bismarck, Great Grandchildren, Abigail and
Travis Christianson, Noah, Claire, Sophia Gange, J.J. and Ily Christianson; her sisters, Anna Erhardt, Geraldine (Vernon) Dittus, Kathy (Linus) Wehri, sister-in-law, Gloria Doll, 1 brother William (Vera) Doll, and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband Floyd in 2012, her parents, her brothers Adam, Martin, Leo, Don, brother-in-law Ralph Erhardt.
Tim, Debbie, and Kevin,
What a great photo of your mom! Roberta and I have fond memories of the time we visited your folks at the farm, and you are right about the treat baking, we have recipes in her handwriting that Roberta still makes, for brownies and the famous refrigerator pickles.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Tim, Debbie, Kevin and families. May God grant you all, His peace and comfort at this time. It is always so hard to deal with the loss of a parent and we fully understand this. BUT, it is when it is your Momma that has passed that it truly hits home. Know that we are praying for you and love you all. You will be in our prayers. Love Melton and Sandy
Tim, Deb and Kevin and families,
What a beautiful photo of your mom. We are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Rick and Pat Frohlich
Our hearts & prayers are with you all.