Dianne Lynn Jordet
Dianne Lynn Jordet, 66, formerly of Enderlin ND, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, June 16, 2019 surrounded by family and friends in Park Rapids, Minnesota.
A memorial service will be held at 3:00 PM Monday, June 24 at the Cease Family Funeral Home of Park Rapids, with visitation one hour prior. The Celebration of Dianne's life will continue until 7:00 PM at Clancy's Restaurant north of Park Rapids.
Cease Family Funeral Home of Park Rapids is assisting the family. www.ceasefuneralhome.com
Dianne Lynn Jordet was born February 3, 1953 to John and Mae (Lundberg) Van Deusen in Lisbon, ND and grew up in Enderlin and graduated from Enderlin High School in 1971.
She married Michael George Jordet on November 6, 1971 and moved to many places including Grand Forks, Enderlin, Bismarck, Fargo-Moorhead, Fergus Falls and then back to Enderlin until 2017 when they moved to Apache Junction, AZ.
Dianne worked in the Insurance business in Bismarck and Fargo for many years, and ended her working days at Mary Hill Manor, the local bank and "Shop and Fuel" in Enderlin, ND. She retired at the age of 62. In the last few years she has lovingly helped out in the summer months at her daughter and son-in-laws business, Vacationaire Resort and Clancy's Restaurant in Park Rapids, MN, and loved it there.
The family spent many years enjoying the Jordet family cabin on Lake Lizzie by Pelican Rapids, MN. This is where Dianne made the happiest of memories with her family and friends.
She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Michael; son, Sean (Jody) Jordet and granddaughter, Elliana; daughter, Nicole (Tim) Clancy with granddaughter, Kayla Kinslow; and yet to be born great-granddaughter Madilynn; son, Jason Jordet; brother, Ron (Janelle)Van Deusen; sisters, Judy (Dave) Thompson and Carol (Rob) Spiekermeier; Brother in Law Kevin (Deb) Jordet and many nieces, nephews other relatives and dear friends.
Dianne was preceded in death by her parents, John and Mae VanDeusen; sister, Sharon and Brother in law Steve McGrath; and in-laws, Ves and Bea Jordet
In honor of Dianne's memory, please direct donations to the Red River Valley Hospice or the Enderlin Alumni Association.