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Edith L. Bachmann
Edith Lorraine Bachman was born November 8, 1930 on a farm in Pembina County to Andrew and Nena Bachman. She graduated from Cavalier High School in 1949. She was very involved in her church and her faith in God and her family was her love.
Edie worked in the medical field most of her life from hospitals to clinics. She was the administrator's secretary for the former Deaconess Hospital in Grand Forks and then manager of an office of neurosurgeons in Los Angeles, CA. After moving back to Cavalier she because the Director of Nurses' secretary and lastly worked as the secretary of the Assembly of God church for many years.
She cared for both her father and mother until they went to be with the Lord. Edie was at every family event and considered to be immediate family to all of us. She was best known to us as the pie-maker for all our family events and everyone loved her chocolate frosted brownies. Even though she had almost no music lessons, she was amazing at playing the organ. We could sing a song to her she had never heard and she could play it. She loved to sing with her family and was always the alto. Edie had a servant's heart and was always ready to help others. Even as dementia took a stronger and stronger grip on her, she was always still Ã¢â¬ï¿½working' at the nursing home.
Edith is survived by two sisters, Donna Johnson, Eastvale, CA and Delores Cameron, Rouge River, OR as well as many nieces & nephews, great-nieces & nephews and great-great nieces and nephews.
Preceding her in death were three brothers, John Bachman, William Bachman, George Bachman and sister, Rosie Dornan plus 3 infant sisters.
Edith Lorraine Bachman, 85, passed from death unto life on June 29, 2016 at Wedgewood Manor, Cavalier, ND.
The Memorial service is at the Assembly of God Church in Cavalier, Sunday, July 3, 2016 at 7 p.m. with visitation 1 hour before. Burial will be held in the Cavalier Cemetery.
Dear Bachman Family I planned on coming to Edie's service but something came up that I was unable to attend.She was a nice person & will be missed by all. God Bless each & everyone of you. Janny
Janny Cull Jul 3 2016 12:00 AM
My thoughts are with your family. May the words in John 11:20-27 give you hope in the resurrection promise.
Antoinette Blake Jul 1 2016 12:00 AM
I got to know Edie (Edith) as we all called her at Wedgewood. She was a joy to be around and will be missed a lot . She really enjoyed listen to music. I play Song from Bread of Life a gospel album : very proudly stated that's my family,. Also loved if got chance to hold puppies. I brought my dog and friends t differ t times, did she get excited. Edie you will never be forgotten.
Laverda Frueh Jun 29 2016 12:00 AM