Lindona E. Brendel

22 May Lindona E. Brendel

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Lindona E. Brendel, 71, of Bismarck, passed away at her home on May 18, 2024 surrounded by her loving family.

A Memorial Service will be held at 4:00 PM on Thursday, May 23, 2024, at Bismarck Funeral Home.  The family will be receiving guests one hour prior to the service.

Lindona was born on January 10, 1953, to Lloyd and Louise (Hagen) Shepherd in Bismarck, ND.  She grew up in Wilton, ND and graduated from Wilton High School in 1971.

On June 26, 1972, Lindona married Albert Brendel.  After his passing, she married Terry Brendel on August 1, 1987.

A talented crafter with a warm and lively spirit, Lindona brought immense joy to all who knew her. Her skilled hands lovingly created treasured handmade dolls, cozy blankets, and sewn garments to be cherished for generations. While she delighted in innocent pastimes like the friendly competition of bingo nights and nostalgic games of marbles reminding her of childhood, Lindona’s greatest joy came from precious moments spent surrounded by her loving family. Her creativity, patience, adventurous zest for life, and unconditional love for her loved ones inspired all around her daily. Though her caring nature and crafting talents will be deeply missed, it is the cherished memories of Lindona’s devotion to family that will forever warm the hearts of those blessed to know her.

Lindona will be deeply missed by her husband, Terry; children, Lynn (Jason) Wright, Albert Brendel, Roger (Becky) Brendel, Amanda Brendel, Travis Brendel, Jessica (Kyle) Wills, and Terry (Kylie) Brendel; 18 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; siblings, Irene (Elmer) Jaton, Roger Shepherd, Dan (Kathy) Shepherd, Paul (Jennifer) Shepherd, Alan (Beth) Shepherd, Tammy (Keith) Manchester; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Louise Shepherd; her late husband, Albert Brendel; four brothers; two sisters; and her father and mother-in-law, Albert (Bernadine) Brendel.

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