Corrine “Connie” Weberg, age 91 of Park River, ND passed away at the Park River Good Samaritan Center on Sunday, August 11, 2019.
Connie was born on December 20, 1927 in Fairdale, ND the daughter of the late George and Ida Latulippe. She graduated from Fairdale High School in 1946. April 3, 1949 Connie married Leon Weberg at the Aadalen Lutheran Church, Fairdale, ND. Leon and Connie lived and farmed near Fairdale. Connie loved the farm. She always had a large garden, weed less flowerbeds, and freshly baked goodies for coffee! She loved staying busy; mowing, gardening, cooking, baking, sewing, quilting, knitting, crocheting, mastering the art of hard hanger and her LEFSE!!!
Leon passed away March 29, 2008 but Connie continued to live on the farm and kept it manicured for the next 10 years before deciding it was time to move to the Good Samaritan Center in Park River in June 2018. She always said she would know when she was ready to leave the farm and when the time came she wanted to go to Good Sam in Park River.
Connie was a member of Our Redeemers Lutheran Church of Fairdale. She was a member of WELCA, the church quilting group, Sons of Norway, Square Dance Clubs, Norwegian Folk Dancers, and of course lots of card playing with friends. Connie’s greatest love was staying busy and visiting with people.
Connie is survived by her and Leon’s three children; Curtiss Weberg of Phoenix, AZ, Barbara (Merle) Langton of Flower Mound, TX, Kenneth (Valerie) Weberg of Walker, MN. 9 Grandchildren, 9 Great-Grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Ida Latulippe, her husband, Leon Weberg, Brother, Everett Latulippe, Twin Sister, Bernadine Peterson, Infant Sister, Marjory Jane Latulippe, Brother-In-Law Gene Weberg, Sister-In-Law Lillian Bolton, 2 Granddaughters.
Funeral services will be on Thursday. August 15, 2019 at 2:00 P.M. at Our Redeemers Lutheran Church in Fairdale, ND. Visitation will be at the church one hour prior to the service. Interment will at the Aadalen Lutheran Cemetery of Fairdale.