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Stacy Jaeger

Mar 27, 2020


Stacy Ann Jaeger

Apr. 2, 1976 – Mar. 20, 2020

Stacy Ann Jaeger was born on April 2, 1976 to David and Joyce Bednarz in Rugby, North Dakota. She died at the age of 43 on Friday, March 20, 2020 at the Trinity Hospital in Minot, North Dakota. On

September 23, 2000, she was united in marriage to David Jaeger in Rugby. Stacy was born in Rugby and raised in Bismarck, Iowa and Rugby, graduating from Rugby High School in 1994. She continued her education in Wahpeton, receiving her degree in nursing. On September 23, 2000, she was united in marriage to David Jaeger at Little Flower Catholic Church in Rugby. Stacy worked at the Anne Carlsen

Center in Jamestown, before they moved and made their home in Rugby. She worked for the Heart of America Medical Center until 2017, when she stopped working due to her health. Stacy battled with diabetes throughout her life and since 2011 battled with cancer. She fought hard and long and was an inspiration to many. She was very active in Relay for Life and the Rugby Food Pantry, even at times when she wasn’t feeling up to it, she would be there. She enjoyed crafting, painting, scrapbooking and going to junkfests. She was dedicated to following her son in sports and daughter in gymnastics and loved them with all her heart.

Stacy is survived by her husband, David; children, Kaden and Katherine; father, David (Caye) Bednarz; mother, Joyce (Kendal) Wedan; siblings, Brent Bednarz, Alyssa (Alex) Joppru, Aaron Ferg and Chelsie Wedan; father-in-law, Stan (Gayle) Jaeger; sisters-in-law, Jamie (Roger) Voeller and Cheryl (Torey) Hoggarth; brother-in-law, Curt Jaeger; grandparents, Clem and Katherine Haman; aunts, uncles; nieces, nephews; other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by a son, Kellen; mother-in-law, Winnifred Jaeger and an uncle Vernon Haman.

The family would like to thank the HAMC Emergency room, Rugby Ambulance and the Trinity ICU, who took great care of Stacy and her family. Thank you to the community of Rugby for your overwhelming show of support.

Mass of Christian burial will be held at a later date due to the restrictions of the COVID-19 virus. The family had a private viewing and live stream rosary service on Monday, March 23 at the Anderson Funeral Home in Rugby.

Casket Bearers: Gary Haman, Curt Haman, Pete Haman, Curt Jaeger, Jack Smart and Aaron Ferg.

Arrangements with the Anderson Funeral Home of Rugby. Online registry: www.funeralsbyanderson.com

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