Eugene Lindstrom

Eugene Lindstrom Obituary


Age - 37


August 26, 2023


Mandan, ND

Eugene "Gino" Lindstrom, 37, passed away on August 4, 2023, at Sanford Health in Bismarck, ND after a brave battle with cancer. A Funeral Service will take place at 11:00 AM on Thursday, August 10, 2023, at Weigel Funeral Home, Mandan. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service beginning at 10:00 AM. No burial as cremation will take place following the service. Gino was born in Yakima, Washington on February 21, 1986, to Julie Lindstrom and Eugene Whitford. He moved to Mandan, North Dakota in 1996, where he attended and graduated from Mandan High School. He went on to work at the Youth Correctional Center for 9. 5 years as a Correctional Officer. Gino was an outdoorsman and loved fishing, boating, going to the dams, and watching the pelicans. Gino is survived by his mother, Julie Lindstrom; uncle, Carl Lindstrom; and numerous cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Eugene Whitford; grandfather, Carl Lindstrom; and grandmothers, Jean Lindstrom and Anita Wadell.

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Age - 50

December 9, 2023

James Dale Pahlke was called home to be with his Lord on December 5, 2023, from his home in Boynton Beach, Florida. He was born May 12, 1973 in Winner, South Dakota to Dale and Linda Pahlke. He lived the first nine years of his life in Winner, South Dakota where he started school. During that short time in grade school, he learned how to wrestle which he really enjoyed doing. He lost his very first match and the sadness on his face was so cute, he wanted to cry…but he didn’t, and after that match the determination of that young man was set for anything he wanted to accomplish. In 1983, he moved with his family to Hebron, North Dakota. At age 12, he was already a young entrepreneur with a lawn-mowing business and a small weekly paper route that kept him very busy. Next came his fascination with car stereos. Jim even swapped a good one out of his dad‘s vehicle to make a deal with a customer. As an eighth grader he started playing sports, football and basketball. His biggest interest was in track which he excelled at. As a freshman junior varsity member, he ran a 3200 meter race in 12. 40. 55, setting a new record for Hebron junior varsity. He also competed in 1600 meter runs. He always put in many extra miles after practice which made him a good distance runner. Following high school and up until the time of his death, he had a business of buying used cars, refurbishing them and then selling them. Jim had the ability to negotiate a good deal that would benefit him the most. Jim had the biggest heart, he will be deeply missed and loved forever. He leaves to mourn his father, Dale Pahlke (Cindy) of Bismarck; his mother Linda Pahlke of Mandan; two sisters, Shelley Martin (Todd) of Pueblo, CO and Courtney Pahlke of Minneapolis, MN, and his brother, Jay Pahlke (Stacy Thomas, fiancé) of Bismarck. Along with numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Erney and Lorraine Pahlke, Rose and Richard Sullivan, and Edward Weihe; uncle William Weihe, and his aunt Mary Hoy. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service is pending.Show more

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