Angeline (Angie) Doll, 87, of New Salem, passed away peacefully on November 10, 2020 at Elm Crest Manor, New Salem, after a lengthy battle with dementia.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 10:00 AM on Monday, November 16, 2020 at St. Pius Catholic Church, New Salem, ND with Rev. John Guthrie as celebrant. Burial will be at the St. Lawrence Catholic Cemetery in Flasher, ND at 2:00 PM.
Visitation will be held Sunday, November 15, 2020 from 3:30-5:30 PM at Weigel Funeral Home, Mandan, with a private family Rosary/Parish Vigil at 5:30 PM.
The Celebration of Life and Vigil service will be live streamed and can be watched at www.weigelfuneral.com under Angie’s obituary page. The family asks that anyone attending the Celebration of Life or visitation please wear a mask and follow all social distancing guidelines.
Angie was born on July 30, 1933 to Jacob and Magdalena (Hopfauf) Hellman in Glen Ullin, ND. She attended grade school at Sacred Heart Catholic School. On October 29, 1952, she married Frank Fleck of Solen, ND. From this union a daughter, Mary Lou, was born. Frank passed away on April 6, 1955.
Angie then went to work at the St. Alexius Hospital in Bismarck. On June 25, 1960, Angie and Jack Doll were united in marriage and from this union two sons were born, Jackie and Chris. Angie and Jack worked hand in hand on the family farm. They loved to go bowling, make sausage, and play pinochle with the neighbors. Angie loved to cook from scratch and always had a dessert on hand. For a time, she worked as a cook at the Flasher Public School. Jack passed away on May 24, 1999.
In the fall of 1999, Angie moved to New Salem to be closer to her grandchildren and their activities. With this move came new friends, new adventures, and great-grandchildren who were the sparkle in her eye. She collected cookie jars and salt and pepper shakers, loved traveling on Farmer’s Union Mystery Trips, listening to Old Time music, playing card games, wearing jewelry, and attending daily Mass. Angie served as a Eucharistic Minister and Rosary leader at her church and a volunteer at Elm Crest Manor, being named Volunteer of the Year in 2005 and 2010.
Angie became a resident of Elm Crest Manor in April of 2016 and was welcomed into another family of friends. She was shown the utmost love and given excellent care by the wonderful staff. Angie’s life: FAITH-FAMILY-FRIENDS.
Angie will be deeply missed by her family: daughter, Mary Lou (Roger) Klemisch; son, Chris Doll; grandchildren, Kelly (Brittany) Klemisch, Allison (Andrew) Thiel, Angela (Brandon) Becker; great-grandchildren, Preston, Brayden, and Landon Thiel, Aspen, Aurora, Athena, and Brody Becker, and Paxton and Baby Klemisch arriving soon. ; brothers, Duane (Irene) Hellman, and Art Hellman; sisters, Lorraine Schirado, Lillian (Leo) Johs, Jan Bond, and Mary Ann (Mike) Adams; sister-in-law, Lyvon Hellman; her Elm Crest family, and many extended family and friends.
Angie is preceded in death by her husbands, Frank and Jack; her son, Jackie; her parents; brother, Terry Hellman; brothers-in-law, Tony Schirado, Tim Bond, and Lynn Fairfield; sister-in-law, Pauline Hellman; many of her Elm Crest friends; and numerous extended family members.