Mary Feist


Mary Kay (Miller) Feist, Bismarck, passed away on October 15, 2021, at her home. Per Mary’s wishes, no services will be held.

Mary was born in Bismarck, N.D. to Ozzie and Delores Miller on November 4, 1951. She graduated from Emmons Central H.S. in 1969 and VCSU with a degree in Elementary Education in 1974. She taught in the Strasburg, Oberon and Minnewaukan schools. She married Pat Feist in 1974 at St’s. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Strasburg, N.D. They had two children, Cody and Amber.

Mary is survived by husband Pat, daughter, Amber, sisters, Cheryl (Rob) Kelley and their children, Lauren and Caroline, Eva Miller and her son Adam, nephews, Matthew, Aaron and Ryan Miller, nephew, Casey (Sherry) Lalum and their children, Cannon and Finley.

She was proceeded in death by her son Cody, parents Ozzie and Delores Miller, brother Jay Miller and sister-in-law Joni Miller. In-laws Andy M. and Rita Feist, brother-in-law Carroll Lalum and nephew Anthony Lalum.

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Dear Pat and family,
We were saddened to hear of Mary’s passing. Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you. The neighborhood will never be the same again. She is flying with the angels now. All the Conmy’s lift you all up in prayer.

Our Deepest Sympathy, Mary was such a wonderful lady. May God Bless you and bring you his comfort.

Dear Pat:
I was so sorry to hear about Mary. I’ll always remember the great times we had. I’ve known Mary since the first grade and she was always kind and caring. You have both been wonderful friends and classmates and my heart goes out to you.

My deepest sympathies to husband, Patrick, and to daughter, Amber. Mary Kay was a very special niece and were very. Now she is in Heaven with her son, Cody, parents, Delores & Ozzie, and her brother, Jay. Our thoughts and prayers from our Germans from Russia community back home in Strasburg.

Sorry to hear of Marys passing Pat.Jill and I offer you our condolences. Steve and Jill Bosch.

Pat ,Amber and family, I was so sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. Mary was always so soft spoken and kind.
May God give you comfort and peace during this time of sorrow. Cherish the wonderful memories you have.
Thoughts and prayers, Connie Shirek

Pat and family,
We are sad to hear the news about Mary. We think of you often and remember all the good times we had. Hope to see you sometime soon.

Pat and Family,
So very sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. Such a nice, wonderful lady. She was a good one. Just wanted you to know we are thinking of you and your family. She will be missed.
God Bless

Pat, So sorry to hear about Mary Kay. Our deepest sympathies to you, your daughter and the Miller family. On behalf of me, my mother Florence and sister Karen.

Dear Feist Family,
We are thinking of you during these difficult times. Our families were friends and neighbors for so many years. I won’t forget the loving card Mary took the time to send after my Dad’s passing and a follow up a year later. I still have those today in my Bible. Mary was a kind hearted Lady and will always be remembered by us.

God Bless