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Dying in the state, whether by suicide--Charles Boyer, Will Rogers, Jr.
Memorial Services for Roger were held Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at the St. He attended grade school and graduated from Rhame High School in 1979.ver 180 celebrity sightings of one nature or another are listed on this page.For our purposes, it is not enough for a celebrity to have merely visited the state, say to perform in concert or to play in some sporting event. Being born here--like Rex Allen, Lynda "Wonder Woman" Carter, Andy Devine, Barbara "I Dream of Genie" Eden, Stevie Nicks, and Linda Ronstadt--is sufficient.In 1980 Roger attended UND Center at Williston, ND, where he received his certificate in welding.In 1986 he graduated from NDSS at Wahpeton, ND, where he received an associates of Science Degree in Electrical Technology.Living here, as did Steve Allen, Amanda Blake, Glen Campbell, Dick Van Dyke, Loretta Young and others, also warrants inclusion.
Sufficient credit for a listing will be earned by going to school here--Ted Danson, Greg Kinnear, Don Knotts, Nick Nolte, Geraldo Rivera, and Steven Spielberg all received some part of their education in the state.
The misfortune of suffering a violent death in our peaceful state, like Bob Crane and Tom Mix, will probably result in an even larger listing.
A few celebrities were just passing through but managed to do such interesting things that we had to list them.
Harry was a trucker and hauled cattle and grain for several area companies. Harry married Vera Condon Dooley on December 19, 1969 and became the father to her four children. When it came to fixing and tinkering on things--from cars and tractors to working with wood--Harry could do it. Harry is preceded in death by his parents, son Andy, sister Viola, brother Leland, three step children Darrel, Tom, and Cathy, sister-in-law Judy Bender, nephew Mickey, and by his very special friend Ardean Shoenhard.
Harry is survived by his nephew Doug Bender, grandchildren Montana, Kalleigh, and Ashley Dee, his step grandson Chandler, daughter-in-law Kristi, brother Roland Bender, sister-in-law Darlene Bender, nieces Janet and Jody and nephews Terry, Waylon, and Greg, and friends James Schonehard and Kaylene Schonehard.
Harry Gidion Bender passed away on May 12, 2017 at Sanford Long Term Care in Chamberlain, SD at the age of 83.