Nabben, Edith (Ramberg) (1992-1996)

Scanned by Cheryl Srnsky
Scanned by Cheryl Srnsky


Warren — Edith Nabben, 74,
died Sunday, November 24 at the
Good Samaritan Center in Warren.
Arrangements are with Green Fu-
neral Home of Thief River Falls.
Services will be held Friday,
November 29 at 3 p.m. at Silver
Lake Lutheran Church in rural
Thief River Falls with Rev. Nancy
Werner officiating. Visitation will
be for one hour prior to services.
Burial will be in Bethlehem Luth-
eran Cemetery in Agder Township,
Marshall County.
Casketbearers will be Norris
Trochmann, Carl Berggren, Dean
Kaushagen, Jarvis Torgerson, Roy
Nelson and Dale Nelson.
Edith Ramberg was born on
September 15, 1922 in Minne-
apolis, the daughter of the late Emil
and Emma (Nordquist) Ramberg.
She moved with her family to Pitt
as a child. She was baptized and
confirmed at Bethlehem Lutheran
Church. She attended and graduat-
ed from Northwestern School of
Agriculture in Crookston. She was
united in marriage to Harold Nab-
ben on February 25, 1944 in Salt
Lake City, UT. The couple farmed
and lived near Agder Township,
Marshall County. Edith worked
various jobs in the Thief River Falls
area. She has resided at the Good
Samaritan Center in Warren for the
last year.
She was a member of the Silver
Creek Lutheran Church, the Curl-
ing Club, Eagles, and the Sons of
Norway and the ELCW. She en-
joyed hunting, fishing, curling,
blueberry picking, painting, knit-
ting, and spending time with her
family and friends.
She is survived by sisters-in-law
Johanna Green of Grand Forks,
ND, Adeline Moe of Thief River
Falls, Josephine Dunbar of Portage,
WI, and Helen Ramberg of Pitt;
brother-in-law Victor Nabben of
Grand Forks, ND; and several
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her
husband Harold on November 1,
1995; parents; and brother Edgar

Scanned by: Cheryl Srnsky
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