Allison Frislie, 77

Allison Frislie, 77, of  Badger, MN, died on Monday, April 26, 2010 in the Karlstad Healthcare Center at Karlstad, MN.
      Allison Grant Frislie, the son of John Christian and Elene (Nelson) Frislie, was born February 28, 1933 in Soler Township, Roseau County, rural Greenbush, MN.  He grew up and attended the Island Home country school near his home.
He married Mildred Vacura on August 15, 1953 at Middle River, MN.  They farmed the home farm in Soler Township until moving to Scobey, Montana where they farmed.  They later lived at Wolf Point, Montana where Allison was in the gas station business and then the trucking business.  In 1972 they returned to Minnesota where Allison continued in the trucking industry and also was involved in land clearing and farming.
    Allison was a member of Oiland Lutheran Church and the Roseau Eagles Club.  He enjoyed deer hunting, fishing, reading westerns, spending time with their children, grandchildren & great-grandchildren and he enjoyed dancing.
    He is survived by his wife—Mildred.
Children—Allison W. (Renae) Frislie of Lancaster, MN,
    Franklin (LaRae) Frislie of Badger, MN,
     Minda (Jeff) Przekwas of Roseau, MN,
     Roger (Jerri Lynn) Frislie of Wolf Point, MT
     and Karen (Brian) Trangsrud of Badger.
17 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren.
    1 sister—Norma Brinkman of Greenbush and
    1 brother—David Frislie of Badger.
         He was preceded in death by his parents and daughter—Christie Marie Bentow & brother-in-law—Gerald Brinkman.
      Funeral services were held on Friday, April 30, 2010 in Oiland Lutheran Church of rural Greenbush with Pastor Jim Christenson, officiating.  Lynn Balstad was the pianist and special vocal music was provided by Layton & Delphin Wahl & Nikki Wojchowski.  The pallbearers were Anthony & John Frislie, Chad Przekwas, Grant Trangsrud, Adam & Aric Bentow.  Honorary Pallbearers were all of Allison’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment was in the Oiland Cemetery with Gieseke Funeral Chapel of Greenbush in charge of arrangements.

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