Person:Fabian Sevigny (1)

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Fabian Sevigny
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Name Fabian Sevigny
Alt Name[1] Fabien Daniel SEVIGNY
Gender Male
Birth? 19 Jan 1923 Oakwood, Walsh, North Dakota
Alt Birth[2][3][1] 19 Jan 1923 Oakwood, Walsh, North Dakota
Death? 12 Jan 1981 Grafton, Walsh, North DakotaUnity Hospital
Alt Death[2][4][3][1][7] 12 Jan 1981 Grafton, Walsh, North DakotaUnity Hospital
Burial[2][3][1] 16 Jan 1981 St. John the Evangelist Catholic Cemetery, Grafton, Walsh County, ND
Religion[4][1] Roman Catholic
Soc Sec No[5][1][6] 502-28-8141

Quoate on tombstone: "If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, I'd walk right up to heaven to see you".

ND death certificate has name listed as Daniel Fabien Sevigny.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 GEDCOM file submitted by Jim Ebertowski, JSluggo@aol.com. Imported on 4 September 2011..
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Joe Ebertowski Family -1996.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Cemeteries of ND, Walsh County Vol. 28
    Page 93.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Funeral Rememberance Cards.
  5. Social Security Death Index.
  6. SSDI reflects name as D. Fabien Sevigny
  7. FABIEN SEVIGNY

    Fabien Sevigny, 57, Grafton, died Monday, Jan. 12, at Unity Hospital in Grafton.
    Funeral services will be Friday, Jan. 18 at 10 a.m. from St. John's Catholic Church, Grafton, with Rev. Joseph Guzik. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
    Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. the the Kamrowski-Nygard Funeral Home in Grafton. There will be a prayer service there at 8 p.m. Thursday.
    Pallbearers will be Douglas Sevigny, Darrell Slominski, John Przbylski, Vernon Gornowicz, Michael Suda and Steven Feltman.
    Mr. Sevigny was born January 19, 1923 at Oakwood to Simeon S. and Clara (Demers) Sevigny. He attended St. Aloysius Academy at Oakwood for 12 years and was employed in the Oakwood area until 1951. He married May Ann Ebertowski on Feb. 11, 1947 at Warsaw.
    He began employment with the Home Gas Company in Grafton and moved to Grand Forks in 1953. He returned to Grafton to become manager of the firm until January 1961. In July 1970 he bought the Mobil Station in Grafton which he operated until 1978 when he retired due to health.
    He was a member of the Grafton Lion's Club, the Eagles, St. John's Catholic Church and a former member of the Knights of Columbus.
    Survivors include his wife, three daughters Mrs. Donald (Marilyn) Martin, East Grand Forks, Minn., Mrs. Randy (Cherie) Schuster, Grafton and Karen at home; two sons, Gregory, Grand Forks, Kevin at home; his mother, Clara Sevigny, Grafton; two brothers, Wilfred, Grafton, Donald, Hoven, S. Dak.; five sisters, Mrs. Steve (Ida) Feltman, Grafton, Mrs. Lawrence (Doloria) Dusek, Grand Forks, Sister Rose Therese, Princeton, Ill., Mrs Raymond (Lola Mae) Houdek, Grafton, Mrs. Paul (Shirley) Suda, Grafton and four grandchildren.
    Proceding him in death were his father, one sister and one brother.