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Maureen Stockert

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Maureen Stockert, 73, of Bismarck, passed away January 5, 2023, at Sanford Hospice House, Fargo, ND.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, January 13, 2023, at St. Anne’s Catholic Church, Bismarck, ND.  Family will be receiving friends one hour prior to the service.

Maureen was born to Leo and Lorrene (Schmidt) Brown on June 1, 1949, in Richardton, ND.  She spent her childhood on her family’s farm in rural Bentley, ND.  After high school she moved to Bismarck and attended Bismarck Junior College.

She married Marvin Stockert and to this union one son, Sean, was born.

Maureen worked as a legal secretary in Wahpeton, Minot, and Fargo.  She returned to Bismarck where she worked as a claims secretary for Nodak Mutual for 30 years.

In her spare time, she enjoyed gardening, her flowers, trips to Hawaii, cruises, and Disney World with her treasured friends, Elmer and Irene Jaton as well as holidays with her family.  She also loved making rosaries for her church rosary group.

Maureen is survived by her sister, Lonae (Duane) Dicken; nephews, Austen (Christine) Dicken, Brandon (Sam) Dicken, Nathan Kimball; nieces, Tanya Watkins, Amber (John) Larson, and Tiffany (Steve) Bailey.

She was preceded in death by her son, Sean; her parents, Leo and Lorrene Brown; and her sister, Renae Kimball.

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Rest in peace Maureen!
Carson and Sheryl Fleck

RIP Maureen! I will miss visiting with you after all the years of being your Avon lady. You became a friend a long time ago, not just my customer. We had a nice phone visit a couple weeks ago. I can not make the funeral but hopefully 🙏 l can watch livestream. Good by my friend.

I had the pleasure of living next door to Maureen for 2 years! We had a great bond! I recently learned of her illness this past Christmas when we exchange Holiday cards! We shared frequent favors for each other and she always tried to pay me. I wouldn’t accept her payment, but then she gave me a jar of Salsa one day as payment! The next time she tried to pay me, i said “No, i just need that Salsa Recipe” She did gave us her Salsa Recipe (perfectly written :)). 13 year later we continue to make her salsa and always talk of her. She will be deeply missed.
Kyle & Amanda Gulbrandson

I am so glad that God answered Maureen’s prayer…”When my time comes, I hope He takes me quietly and quickly”. I will miss her texts as we both went through our cancer journeys together. May she be at peace now.

Rest In peace dear cousin, Maureen. Hugs & prayers to Lonae, Duane & family. Love, Micki & Ralph JImison.