Alfred Dassinger

Alfred Dassinger

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Funeral Mass for Alfred Dassinger, 91, of Dickinson, formerly of Gladstone, will be 10:00 a.m. Thursday, December 12, 2019 at Stevenson Funeral Home with Father Thomas Wordekemper celebrating. Burial will take place at St. Thomas Cemetery, Gladstone.

Visitation for Alfred will be from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at Stevenson Funeral Home, Dickinson with a rosary and vigil taking place at 6:00 p.m.

Alfred passed away Sunday, December 8th 2019 at St. Benedict’s Nursing Home in Dickinson, ND.

Alfred was born May 12, 1928 the only child of Peter J and Mary (Lefor) Dassinger of Gladstone.  He attended Garden School through the eighth grade and graduated from Gladstone High School.

Alfred was united in marriage to Veronica Martin on June 5th, 1950 at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Gladstone.  Together they farmed, milked cows, ranched and raised their family on the farm where Alfred grew up.

During his time on the farm, Alfred was active in his community, a member of many groups and organizations.  He served as a 4-H leader, member of the Garden District School Board, board member of the Gladstone Farmers Union Elevator and was elected to the first Board of Directors of the Southwest Grain Elevators.  In that capacity he was instrumental in the startup operations of SWG.  He served as a board member of West Plains Electric and Southwest Water Authority.  He was also a member of the Gladstone Volunteer Fire Department

Alfred served his church as a lector and board member of St. Thomas Church of Gladstone.  He was an active member of K of C Council 5490 of Gladstone where he held nearly every office, and settled in as longtime treasurer.  He was a familiar figure as bartender, ticket seller or wherever help was needed.  Alfred and Veronica were recognized as outstanding Catholic Family of the year at the District level in 1977.

He enjoyed farming, especially working with his family, playing baseball, and after retirement, golf.

Alfred is survived by his wife Veronica of Dickinson, his five children; Dale (Pat), Richardton;  Audrey (Dale) Skogen, Hettinger; Lyle (Delila), Dickinson; Bruce, Gladstone; and Mark (Janet), Gladstone; 14 grandchildren,  31 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren;  sister in-law Marlene Moore, and brother-in-law and sister-in-law Bob and Elaine Burns.

He was preceded in death by his parents Peter and Mary Dassinger, parents-in-law Frank and Veronica Martin, and 25 brothers and sisters-in-law.

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Posted at 12:00am
My sympathy and prayers Pat and all your family. His star will shine brightly from above at this Holy Season.

Alan Anton

Posted at 12:00am
As an attendee at garden school and a member of the garden 4-H and baseball team. Alfred was instrumental to me in my formative years and beyond. What a wonderful man!


Posted at 12:00am
The earth lost a wonderful, caring, loving, sweet gentle soul but heaven gained him. He was such a distinguished man! Alfred reminded me so much of my dad, Bill and they both left us on the exact same date but 40 years apart.

Jolene (Frederick) Rohde

Posted at 12:00am
Dale & Pat: I am so sorry at the loss of your father & father-in-law. May he rest in peace. It is always so hard to lose a parent or a family member. Larry has been gone now for a little over 2 months and we are still trying to adjust. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jolene & Lear Rohde

lee klein

Posted at 12:00am
Alfred was one of the most decent and nicest guys I have ever meet in my life time my sympathy to the family

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