Funeral service for Gladys E. Goudy 93, will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, April 16, 2021 at Stevenson Funeral Home in Dickinson with Pastor Lisa Lewton officiating.
Gladys passed away September 29th, 2020 at St. Benedicts Health Center in Dickinson, ND.
Gladys was born March 14th, 1927 in Minneapolis, MN. She was the first born to John and Lula (Pulvermacher) Flyberg of seven children. She grew up on the family farm and attended school near Chalky Butte township. She attended New England High School for 3 years. Later on she completed her GED in Dickinson.
On October 20th, 1945, Gladys married Robert Hoffer and the couple resided in rural Regent where Gladys was a farm wife, with all that entails along with raising her family. In 1964, Gladys moved to New England where she continued the raise her family. In 1974, Gladys married Robert Goudy and moved to Hettinger, ND where she worked as a Home Health Aid. Retiring in 1992, Gladys moved again and made her home at a residence in Dickinson. In 2013 she moved into Evergreen for a time, and received excellent care there until she needed more assistance, she then moved to St. Benedicts Health Center. Gladys was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church.
Gladys is survived by her Children: Terry (Maria) Hoffer of Billings, MT, Angie Ostenson of Fargo, ND, Linda (Mark) Brakke of Coon Rapids, MN, Judy (Bill) Therrien of Twin Falls, ID, Pam Nester of Bowman, Ellen (Daryl) Mann of Dickinson, Robert (Shawn) Hoffer of Hettinger, Mark (Faith) Huether of Minot, Ray Huether of Jamestown, ND, 22 grandchildren, and 27 great grandchildren. Sister Betty Miller of Bowman, Brothers, Ralph (Berdine) Flyberg of New England, Melvin (Marcella) Flyberg of Arlington, WA and Dale Flyberg of Auburn, WA
She was proceeded in death by her parents, son Vernon Hoffer, grandchildren Rick and Becca Huether. Sisters Lucille Austin, and Ilo Wolff. Brothers-in-law Lowell Austin, John Wolff, and George Miller and a brother Lester.
The family would like to thank St. Benedicts Health Center for all the care they gave their mother.