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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Conrad Fritel
February 23, 1928 - October 10, 2018

Place of Birth: Orrin, North Dakota
Residence: Stanley, North Dakota
Age: 90

Conrad was born February 23, 1928, to Frank and Anastasia (Fronk) Fritel on a farm near Orrin, ND. Conrad married Carol Salwey on October 27, 1952. They moved to Tioga when they were first married and in 1954 they moved to Stanley. During their years in Stanley, Conrad worked for MDU and served the community as a fireman and a park board member. He was also a pilot and served on the Airport Authority, was a member of the Golden Age Club and Knights of Columbus; also operated and managed Regis Theater and Bowling Alley Café.

He enjoyed elk hunting in Wyoming for many years with family and friends. Conrad and Carol enjoyed many trips to Alaska, Arizona, Canada, trips to the Casino and summers with family at Van Hook.
When we think of Conrad we remember how he enjoyed woodworking, hunting, fishing and trapping. We all loved his quick wit and great sense of humor. What we admired most about Conrad was his dedication to his faith and his love for his family. All of our lives are better because of his kindness, his great faith and his beautiful gentle spirit.

Conrad's family includes by his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren: daughter, Connie (David) Dobrovolny of Grand Forks, ND and their families, Sheila (Brian) Waddell and Cole, Ty, Quinn and Chase, Paige Dobrovolny (John Archey) and their family, Hayley and Jacob, Monica (Steve) Summers; Amber (Joe) Palazzolo and Guseppe; daughter, Stella (Keith) Lee of Dickinson, ND and their families, Tina (Mark) Rivinius, Makayla and Matthew, Melissa (Bill) Eckes, William and Ava; son, Garry (Shelley) Fritel of Laurel, MT and their families, Garth (Adeline) Fritel, Daphne and Tovah, Nick Fritel; son, Larry (Karen) Fritel of Stanley, ND and their families, Zach, (Samantha Peterson), Brayden and Kimber, Sam Fritel and Colt Lee; son, Don (Ruby) Fritel of Watford City, ND and their families, Jessica Fritel, Don (Bonnie) Fritel, Jayce and Brooke, Kim Fritel, Carter, Lana (Daryl) Meuchel: Jacob, Rebecca, Scott, Treva (Randy) Cuzzort; Michelle, Shannon, Chris, Aaron and Andrea, Jesse Pierce, April; son, Dean (Brenda) Fritel of Anoka, MN and their families, Brittanie (Jessie) Riojas, Jessie Jr. and Lilliana, Baillie Fritel, Keenan Johnston, Maddie Johnston; and Conrad’s sister, Phyllis (Fritel) Salwey.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Carol; his parents, Frank and Anastasia; siblings, John, Rudy, Steve, Lizzy, Lena, AnnaMary, Mike, Catherine and Nick; grandkids, Zachariah Fritel and Jesse Pierce.

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Jeffery Herman (Bismarck, North Dakota)
Oct 10, 2018
Don, my sincerest condolences to you and the Fritel family with the passing of Conrad. Remember the good times and think of him often. God Bless and Godspeed.
BRUCE RODENHIZER (STANLEY & MESA, N.D.)
Oct 11, 2018
MY SINCERE SYMPATHIES TO CONRAD'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 GOD BLESS FROM A LONG TIME FRIEND BRUCE RODENHIZER
Dave & Danell Dougherty (Fargo, North Dakota)
Oct 12, 2018
Our Sympathies to the Fritel families on the passing of Grandpa Conrad. He will be missed.
Dave and Danell Dougherty,
Fargo, formerly Watford City
Linda M Kreitinger (Arlington, Texas)
Oct 13, 2018
My Dear Cousins, my sincere condolences on the passing of your father. Our family always loved visiting your family. Your mom was a fun loving woman. I can still hear her laugh. Your dad was a very gentle man. Now he is with his wife. Prayers for your family during this very difficult time.
Your cousin, Linda Salwey Kreitinger
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