Donna M. Voeller, 75, of West Fargo, N.D., passed away on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020, at Eventide Sheyenne Crossings, West Fargo.
Donna Mae Engebrit was born on May 1, 1944, in Rugby, N.D., to Helmer and Elizabeth (Sitter) Engebrit. She grew up in Watford City, N.D., and graduated from Watford City High School. She attended Minot State University.
On Feb. 1, 1964, she married Robert Voeller in Berwick, N.D. They made their home in Minot, N.D., where Donna worked for Newberrys and Sears in the clothing department. She then was the manager at Stuarts ladies clothing store for over 20 years. Later she found her true passion and worked for a couple different interior decorating stores until retiring.
Donna liked to shop and was known for her interior decorating and fashion sense. The interior of her home was always in order and amazing. Outside she enjoyed her flowers.
Family was the most important thing to her, as the kids were growing up many weekends were spent camping. Family get-togethers during the holidays and at other times of the year were very important also.
She would attend Norsk Hostfest in Minot every year and would even rent out a room in her home for people so they could attend it. The Minot State Fair would have many concerts that she enjoyed going and listening to.
Donna loved to attend her grandchildren’s many sporting activities along with all of their concerts and events; they meant the world to her. She also really loved traveling; she took many trips and enjoyed every one of them.
Donna is survived by her daughter, Debbie Voeller, of West Fargo; sons, Timothy Voeller, of West Fargo, and Shawn (Wendy) Voeller, of Fargo, N.D.; five grandchildren, Chantelle Beeter, Jewel, Jadyn, Cole and Gracie Voeller; sisters, Patty (Cecil) Wilson, Bonnie (Allen) Hammeren, and Marla (Corky) Hayden, all of Watford City; along with several nieces and nephews.
Donna was preceded in death by her husband, Robert; and her parents.
Memorial services was held Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, at West Funeral Home, West Fargo. Burial will be held at Little Flower Cemetery, Rugby, later in the spring.