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May 25th, 1942 – Monday, May 19, 2008

Service Information
St. Mary’s Care Center of Wins
Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

Visitation Information

Trudie Sharon Monson passed away May 19th, 2008 at St. Mary’s Care Center in Winsted.

Trudie was born on May 25th, 1942 in Hope, North Dakota to Edward and Dorothy (nee Mickaelis) Zutter. She was baptized on February 20th, 1943 in Cooperstown, ND. A graduate of Cooperstown High School, Trudie studied at Mayville State University in Mayville, ND from 1960-1964. She worked at the Good Samaritan Central in Howard Lake. She then spent many years working at group homes and later worked as a paraprofessional for Crow River Coop in Glencoe until she retired. She was united in marriage on December 27th, 1997 in Las Vegas, Nevada to Albert Monson. Trudie enjoyed going to garage sales, collecting dolls and Coca-Cola memorabilia. A loving wife, mother, and grandmother, Trudie loved spending time with family and friends.

Preceded in death by her parents, Trudie is survived by her husband, Albert, Lester Prairie; sons: Dean (Stacy) Langehaug, Winsted, and Paul (Nancy) Langehaug, Delano; daughter, Trisha (Bill) Hackbarth, Winsted; step-daughters: Deanne (Mike) Munsterman, Appleton, and Luanne (Tom) Kessler, Appleton; step-son, Mark (Becca) Monson, Big Lake; grandchildren: from Dean and Stacy: Aaron, Brian, Cody, Katie, Alex, Jordynn, and Garrett, from Trisha and Bill: Samantha and Sammi, from Deanne and Mike: Mackenzie, Kelsey, Morgan, and Josie, from Luanne and Tom: Alexis, Kellen, Jaydah, and Kayden, and from Mark and Becca: Trenton and Carter; sister, Jayne (Vern) Ott, Cooperstown, ND; nephews: Adam, Brandon, and Jesse Ott; and many cousins.

Funeral services for Trudie Monson are 1:00 P.M. Thursday, May 22nd at St. Mary’s Care Center Chapel in Winsted. Interment will take place on Friday at the Monson Family Cemetery in Cooperstown, ND. Visitation is 4-8 P.M. Wednesday at The Chilson Funeral Home – Winsted with a 7 P.M. prayer service. Visitation resumes at St. Mary’s Chapel, one hour before the funeral.

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  1. Edsel Thomson

    I was very sad to hear of Trudie’s passing. We grew up across the street from each other in Cooperstown, and all my memories of her are of a wonderful person who was always kind to others. I have faith that she will have eternal salvation with those she loves.


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