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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Douglas Dennis Tenderholt
April 10, 1945 - March 31, 2018

Place of Birth: Kenmare, ND
Residence: Stanley, North Dakota
Age: 72

Douglas Dennis Tenderholt was born April 10, 1945 at Kenmare, North Dakota to Leonard and Selma (Grenvik) Tenderholt. He attended country school first at Lostwood, North Dakota, and later at Stanley.

During his adult years, Doug farmed with his father on the family farm in rural Lostwood.

Upon his father's retirement from farming, the family moved to Stanley, ND where Doug began working with Tri-City. He had multiple jobs through Tri-City, including delivering the Minot Daily, Meals on Wheels, and a variety of janitorial jobs. Doug was also active in fund raising for various projects.

He moved into New Town Group Home and later moved to the Stanley Group Home where he was until his passing.

Doug enjoyed going to auction sales and church. He especially enjoyed visiting and making friends wherever he went. Doug had an amazing memory and often shared stories with his friends and family. He loved collecting arrowheads, polishing stones, playing his guitar, and singing the Grand Ole Opry. Doug always had a warm smile, joked and loved to laugh.

Doug was preceded in death by his parents Leonard and Selma, one brother, Ronald, one nephew, Scott Anderson, and one grandnephew, Cody Niman.

He is survived by one aunt, Delores Vivian (Butte, MT); one brother. Jerryl (Mary) Tenderholt (Hawley, MN); three sisters, Sharon Polsfut (Minot, ND), Janis Tenderholt (Hendersonville, NC), and Patricia Anderson (Fargo, ND); one sister-in-law, Leona Tenderholt (Stanley, ND); and many nephews, nieces, grand and great-grand nephews and nieces.



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BRUCE RODENHIZER (STANLEY, ND)
Apr 3, 2018
MY SINCERE SYMPATHIES TO DOUG'S FAMILY & MAY HIS PRECIOUS MEMORIES BLESS & SUSTAIN US ALL IN THE DAYS & YEARS TO COME& MAY THIS BE OUR PRAYER O LORD HELP US ALL WHEN WE ARE FACED WITH A GREAT LOSS TO BE GRATFUL & THANKFUL FOR WHAT WE HAVE,AMEN WITH MUCH LOVE & PRAYERS A LONG TIME FRIEND & NEIGHOR BRUCE RODENHIZER
Wayne Nelson (Minot (Lostwood), North Dakota)
Apr 25, 2018
Doug was always fun to visit with. Made no difference where you were if he saw you he would always come up and call you by name and visit. He was a good and kind neighbor. He is with Jesus now and having the time of his life. Blessed be his memory.
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