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Judy Ann Moberg
April 15, 1954 - April 30, 2024

Place of Birth: Stanley, North Dakota
Residence: Battleview, North Dakota
Age: 70

Our beloved mother, Judy Ann Moberg passed on April 30, 2024 at Tioga Medical Center. Judy was born April 15, 1954 in Stanley, ND to Wesley and Viola Johnson. She was raised in Tioga, eventually meeting her husband, Roger and was united in marriage at Zion Lutheran Church in Tioga on January 12, 1973. They recently celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary. Judy and Roger built their home on the family homestead beginning in 1976.

Judy showed compassion, strength and resilience. She was always ready to support the underdog and never backed down no matter the circumstances. Once you were in her favor, you knew you had a confidante for life.

In her earlier years she spent much time taking care of their cattle. She was excellent at keeping the cattle healthy while Roger worked in the oilfield and they both worked tirelessly keeping the entire operation going. She loved her cattle and was quite impressive at doctoring sick calves that most would have given up on. Roundup with the cattle every spring was a fun event as many friends gathered to help and enjoy her wonderful steak dinner. Judy was an excellent cook just like her mother Viola and sister Wanda. The Moberg house held many Thanksgivings and other holidays, always with enough food to feed three times as many people.

Judy took pride in her yard and flowers, always wanting to make sure she planted moss roses every year just as her beloved Grandma Tillie had done. At times they had chickens, pheasants, miniature horses, ponies, horses and many dogs such as St. Bernards (who had many puppies), poodles, cats and a couple raccoons.

Judy took great pride in her family, her greatest joy was her grandkids. She had special relationships with each of them and enjoyed her time with them.

She is preceded in death by her mother Viola; father, Wesley Sr.; and her beloved Grandma Tillie who she spoke of very lovingly her whole life.

Judy is survived by her husband of 51 years, Roger; daughters, Tammy Valliere and Stacey (Scott) Vejtasa; son, Bryan Moberg; as well as grandchildren, Carter, Megan, Asha, Addison, Brinley, Cora and Darci. Also survived by her two older siblings, Wesley James Johnson (Janet) and Wanda (Larry) Dokken; uncle, Richard Johnson; and many nieces and nephews.

Recent years were spent drinking coffee, watching news, debating politics and current events. As a final wish, she would encourage you all to Make America Great Again and vote for Donald J Trump!

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Steve & Pat Eide (Tioga , North Dakota )
May 2, 2024
Wes, Janet, Wanda, Stacy and family, we were so saddened by her passing. Roger, you are in our prayers. She loved life, she was brutally honest, and admired for it, and if you needed a friend, you knew she was there for you. May she be in the arms of her parents and family members, and know one day she will greet us with open arms and her infectious smile. Prayers to all who knew her, she was " a hoot", a good listener, and probably the most understanding person. God Bless her and her family.13501
Carol McIntyre Oxner (Tioga, nd)
May 2, 2024
Im so sorry about the your mother, sister and brother!!!! Janet, me and her partied with her all the time!! She one told me how to get out of getting in trouble!! I still laugh about that but that's our little secret!!! She was a handful that made her so loveable!! When she got married, we were quite surprised, Love was in the air all the time they were well not always, but they were meant for each other!!!! When I got to meet her daughter for the first time, I was surprised!! But a good surprise!!! She helped everyone!!! I miss Tillie and her mom also she learned from the best!!! When she got her new house!! I knew she was okay!!!! Truly will miss her determination and wit!! I always think of the skunk she nursed back to health!!! So sorry for your loss!!!!
Jeffery Herman (Bismarck, North Dakota)
May 7, 2024
Roger, Wesley, Wanda, and the Moberg Family, I want to convey my sincerest condolences hearing of Judy’s passing. Although it has been some 34 years since I left the Tioga area, there is not a day that goes by that I don’t think of times, places, and especially the people I was associated with there. Prayers for you all, God Bless, and Godspeed!
Cindy Greenlee (Tioga, North Dakota)
May 7, 2024
Roger and family, my Deepest condolences in the loss of your Wife,Mother and Grandma Judy.
Wes-Janet and Wanda-Larry my Deepest Sympathy in the loss of your sister.
Judy was a very special person that always had a friendly smile and a hello for everybody that was her friend. I could tell she had a love of animals for the way her barn yard was always full.
RIP Judy
P.s. I'll vote Trump for yah!!
Linda (Davidson) Wooters (Denton, TX)
May 7, 2024
Sending love, thoughts, and prayers to you and your entire family. May God Comfort you and give you Strength for the days ahead. Take Care.
Larry and Janice Moody (Battleview, North Dakota)
May 7, 2024
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all at this sad time. Sending Hugs and Prayers to you all.
Monica Essen Haskin (Williston , ND)
May 8, 2024
Your wife, mother, sister, & your friend was always so full of life and fun. I remember that you don’t want to get her on your bad side or else… I left good ole Powers Lake after I graduated in 1976. I remember meeting her for the first time at The Hub, (yes I was a minor…Oofta!) She was a very nice lady & full of spunk. Always remember your wife, mother, sister, & dear friend being herself, full of life & definitely determined. Always keep your memories close. RIP Judy
DeeAnn Jellesed & Jim Stenseth (Houston, Texas)
May 10, 2024
Deepest sympathy to the loss of Judy! She was always up to date with her fashion and always looked her best. Her heart was very giving and beautiful! Love you!
Lynn and Clayton frederickson (Cheyenne , Wy)
May 12, 2024
Roger and Judy was such wonderful people
They were always happy and had a kind word.
It was our pleasure to call them
Stacey Moberg Vejtasa (Tioga, ND)
May 20, 2024
Thank you to everyone for your thoughts and prayers for my mother and father. Don’t be shy if you have a funny story or special memory to share to my fb priv msg. Our mom was one of a kind and we love hearing the stories of her strength and kindness. Thank you
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