8/7/2012 (1590)

Condolences to Susan and Terry Fugere
From Jean Took Berger (’75):  Mandan, ND
My deepest sympathy goes out to Terry Fugere and family,I am so sorry to hear about your loss
Jeanie (Tooke) Berger
Condolences to Susan and Terry Fugere
From Lynette Halvorson Otto (’75):  Boonton, NJ
My sincere condolences  to Terry and Susan Fugere and family on the tragic loss of their son Cote.  I cannot imagine your pain and sorrow.  God be with you during this difficult time.  Lynette Halvorson Otto and family
Lagerquist Relationships
Reply from Evon Lagerquist (’77):  Dunseith, ND
Shirley was married to Ralph Lagerquist, son of George, my dad’s brother. David, Steve, Polly, & Patty are their children. Shirley was a Peterson before she & Ralph were married.
Thanks Evon,
So Shirley is a sister to  Jack, Bill, Duane, Vida Hiatt, and the rest of the Peterson siblings.
Edna Lagerquist Woodford was a sister to your dad and George too.
The Ralph and Shirley Peterson Lagerquist family has many relatives among so many of you readers out there.
Thanks again Evon for this explanation. I have included Polly’s Obituary below.
Lagerquist Relationships
Reply from Dale Evans: Algona, WA
Hi Gary,

Not exactly sure of the Lagerquist lineage –

All I know is Shirley (Peterson) Lagerquist is the widow of Ralph Lagerquist

David / Steven / Polly and Patti are their children


Polly Joy Lagerquist

Feb. 8, 1957-Sept. 2, 2012

September 5, 2012
Minot Daily News
Polly Joy Lagerquist died on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, surrounded by friends and family after short, courageous fight with cancer.

She was born on Feb. 8, 1957, to Ralph and Shirley Lagerquist, and raised in Rugby.

Family, friends, pets and work were very important to her. She was a very talented computer programmer, an avid reader, a seasoned traveler, and loved being on the water jet skiing with friends and family.
Polly is survived by her mom, Shirley; Dave and Karen, Blake and Ben; Steve and Kim, Tyler Carissa, Coy and Kyah, Travis, Jennifer, Acelynn and Finley and Jackson; Patti and Kevan, Kaleah and Kalissa Syverson; and a number of aunts and uncles.

She was preceded in death by her dad, Ralph, in 1998.

There will be a memorial service on Saturday, Sept. 8, at 2 p.m. in First Lutheran Church, Rugby.

   Father and Daughter – Jim (’63) and Diane (’99) Evans