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Dixon Clark Hartsoch
March 6, 1950 - January 20, 2024

Place of Birth: Williston, North Dakota
Residence: Tioga, North Dakota
Age: 73

Dixon C. Hartsoch, 73 of Tioga, ND, passed away from health complications on Saturday, January 20th, 2024 at the Tioga Medical Center in Tioga, ND.

Dixon was born on March 6th, 1950, to Maynard and Cleo (MacMonagle) Hartsoch in Williston, ND. He was baptized in the Temple Lutheran church and confirmed at the Zion Free Lutheran Church in Tioga.

He was raised on the family farm with his three brothers and one sister in the rural Temple area. In 1968 he graduated from Tioga High School then enlisted into the Navy in 1970 where he served on the USS Richmond K. Turner as an electrician. During his enlistment he received the National Defense Service Medal for serving during the Vietnam War. Following his honorable discharge, he helped his mother with the family farm following the death of his father, then traveled the country doing various jobs and finished his career working as an engineer in various powers stations in Montana, including Colstrip.

He enjoyed playing the guitar, loved to golf, downhill ski, and was an avid fisherman. Later in life he enjoyed antique collecting and auctions. He also loved a good movie or going to the senior center and visiting with friends and family. He also spent many a weekend with his friend, neighbor and fellow football enthusiast Everal VanBerkom.

Dixon is survived by his former wife, Cheryl Hartsoch; son, James (Felicia) Hartsoch; three grandchildren, Hannah, Bethany, John; and their mother and grandmother, Delora (Bugbee) Hartsoch; his brothers, Roger (Patricia) Hartsoch, Gregory (Peggy) Hartsoch, Bradley Hartsoch; and sister, Sharon (Keith) Anderson.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Maynard C. and Cleo (MacMonagle) Hartsoch; sister, Corrine; and infant son, Jon Charles Hartsoch.

Memorial Contribution
The family prefers any memorials be given to the Tioga Medical Center, 810 Welo St N, Tioga, ND 58852, please note “for Dixon Hartsoch memorial”, to honor the wonderful staff members who cared for him during his stay.

Cards and condolences may be sent to his son, James Hartsoch at 8590 Ramshorn Ave., Gillette, WY 82718

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Carol oxner (Tioga, Nd)
Jan 23, 2024
So sorry to hear about Dixon. He tried his best!! Will always miss that Hartsoch humor
Bruce (West Fargo, ND)
Jan 24, 2024
I am very sorry to hear about Dixon passing away, he was my friend since we rode the school bus together, and was confirmed at Zion Lutheran, we worked together at Farmers Union gas station, we were in the same class in high school. My condolences to the family. Many good memories.
Donna Golly (Tioga, Nd)
Jan 25, 2024
So sorry to hear about Dixon he always had a good word to say for me when I worked at the grocery store.
Dave Schmidt (CHEHALIS, WA)
Jan 25, 2024
Dixon was a dear friend since we were about 10 years old. Our farms were a mile apart, so we knew each other before he transferred from the Temple school to Tioga. Over the years my visits to Tioga usually included some time with Dixon. My sympathy to his family and am asking the Lord to comfort each of you.
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