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Clifton and Audrey Albrecht

Husband's Full Name:  Clifton Myron Albrecht

Husband's Place of Birth: Hamberg Township, North Dakota

Husband's Father's Name: Clifford Albrecht

Husband's Mother's Name: Mabel Olson Albrecht

Husband's Siblings' Names: Jerald, Marilyn Driesner, Dennis, ElRita Nelson, Joyce Olschlager

Wife's Full Name: Audrey Hoefs Albrecht

Wife's Place of Birth: Chaseley, ND

Wife's Father's Name: Henry Hoefs

Wife's Mother's Name: Christine Hoefs

Wife's Siblings' Names: Darvin, Mylon, Henry, Arlette Sucket

Children's Names: Ron, Joleen Schultz, DeeAnn Skolness

Clifton Albrecht was born to Clifford and Mabel Albrecht on a farm northeast of Fessenden in Hamberg Township.  He attended rural schools and graduated from Fessenden High School.  Clifton married Audrey Hoefs of Chaseley, at the Chaseley Methodist Church.  He was a shop foreman in the Ford garage in Fort Benton, MT for several years, and farmed in the Manfred area beginning in 1959.  He also owned and operated an aerial crop spraying service in the Manfred area.

 

Audrey was a talented seamstress and artist who loved to crochet and knit.  She was an excellent cook, baker and hostess. 

 

Clifton and Audrey moved to Fargo in 2001 and both passed away in 2006.