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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Duane Richard Lalim, Jr.
April 13, 1955 - November 8, 2019

Place of Birth: Stanley, North Dakota
Residence: Tioga, North Dakota
Age: 64

Duane R. Lalim, Jr. 64, of Tioga, ND, passed away Friday, November 8, 2019, at Tioga Medical Center Long Term Care in Tioga, ND.

Duane was born in Stanley, ND on April 13, 1955 and at a very young age his family moved to Auburn, Washington. He attended Auburn High School where he was a state champion wrestler and graduated in 1973. During his high school years, Duane returned to Tioga each summer to work in the oil fields while staying with his grandparents, Iver and Mildred Lalim. Duane was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed fishing, ice fishing, and hunting. There was always “the buck he never got.” He also loved to watch old westerns and Everybody Loves Raymond. He had a fun sense of humor and always loved a good joke or prank.

In 1976, he married Kim (Meyer) Humphreys and they made their home in Tioga. To this union three beautiful girls were born. Their union unfortunately dissolved in 1990. Duane was extremely proud of his daughters and grandchildren.

Duane is survived by his daughters, Amber (Scott) Steffen; Angela (Phil) Gustafson and Ashley (Kyler) Macy; grandchildren, Reese, Rylee and Ryann Steffen; Regan and Lyndon Gustafson; McKenna Herrera, Mariah and Madisyn Macy; his mother, Dorothy (Skaar) Davis; sisters, Julie (Howie) Herman and Yvonne (Travis) Mulrooney. He is preceded in death by his father’s, Duane Lalim, Sr. and Arlen Davis; grandparents, Iver and Mildred Lalim, Lars and Bertha Skaar, and Tony and Theresa Davis.

Memorial Contribution
Memorial Donations can be made to the American Heart Association or the St. Jude's Children's Hospital.

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Gary Lalim (Noblesville, IN)
Nov 8, 2019
We are very sad to hear of Dyane Jr. passing. He is with his Dad now who passed before he was born. Rest in Peace. Gary, Mary, Moris, Trond, Isabella Lalim
Kay & Dwight (Tioga, ND)
Nov 10, 2019
We are sorry to hear of Duane's passing....sending sincere sympathy and hugs to all....we will keep you in prayer.
Rick and Connie (Beaudoin) Moe (Williston , ND)
Nov 10, 2019
We are sorry to hear of Duane’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all who loved him. May he Rest In Peace. ????
Phyllis M Iverson (TIOGA, ND)
Nov 11, 2019
This breaks my heart. I am so sad to see this, I know he had been doing poorly and maybe this is a blessing, But it still hurts to see. God Bless You Dewey and all of your family and friends
Virgil & Mary Jo Miller (Oro Valley, AZ)
Nov 11, 2019
We are truly sorry to hear of Duane's passing. Our sincere sympathies are extended to Duane's family!
Phyllis M Iverson (Tioga, ND)
Nov 12, 2019
I have a little story to tell. The 1st time I met Dewey I was bartending. He came into the bar with Leroy (who I married several years later)and SaId "Mame, could I get a beer?" I laid all over him for calling me ma'm. Don't you dare call me ma'm-My name is Phyllis. He just stood there looking at me funny. I thought Leroy had put him up to calling me ma'm. Everyone knew to call me Phyllis . Poor Dewey ! we laughed over that many times over the years. I shall miss him He was a good guy.
sherry iverson holton (noblesville , in)
Nov 17, 2019
dear duane's family, I am sad to learn of duane's passing..(.my mom ,doris lalim Iverson, was sister to iver)..duane was a great kid...everyone was crazy about him!!...so nice & fun!!!...he was such a blessing to iver, mildred & dale......my mom really enjoyed & fussed over kim & their three little girls......I hope for you all the "peace that passes all understanding".....fondly, sherry Iverson holton
Freda Vachal (White Earth, North Dakota)
Nov 18, 2019
My sincere sympathy to all the family; treasure all your great memories!!!
timothy iverson (Rosemount, MN)
Nov 18, 2019
Our deepest condolences to the family of Duane. Although we didn't know him well, we recall the warm stories told about him from his Dakota relatives. He was loved by many.
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