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Huguette Oie

February 8, 1918 — April 12, 2024


Huguette Rachel Gabrielle LeCercle Oie passed away peacefully at home on Friday, April 12, 2024. She was 106 years old.

A private memorial will be held.

Born on February 8th, 1918, in Nucourt, France she was the daughter of Leopold and Juliette LeCercle. She was the youngest of three children and lived in Nucourt until 1947. 

At 27 years of age on October 15, 1945, she married Curtis Oie, a U.S. soldier stationed in France during the second world war. Huguette had her first child, Claude Robert, just under a year later. In May 1947, they moved to Roseau, Minnesota. The family followed work around the upper Midwest and eventually they settled in Minot, ND for a long period of time, and later in Bismarck. 

Huguette focused her life on her family, and had two more children, Gerard Curtis and Ann Marie. She loved her family, and she showed it in how hard she worked to keep them safe. She made great omelets, crepes, cream puffs and could tell a good joke. Huguette loved to dance, had a sharp wit and could laugh to tears over a game of cards. She was practical, smart, and hardworking, and she instilled those traits in her children and grandchildren. She was very proud when she became a US citizen in 1973, two years before the birth of her first grandchild. 

Huguette was preceded in death by her husband Curtis; her brothers, Robert (Marie) LeCercle, Roger (Henriette) LeCercle; and cousin, Arlette Caillet. 

She is survived by her children, Claude (MaryJo) Oie, Lincoln NE, Gerard (Helen) Oie, Willow City, ND, and Ann Oie, Bismarck; grandchildren, Curtis (Stephanie) Oie and Vickie (Mike) Sundquist; three great-grandchildren Kaden Oie, Cole Oie, and Tyler Sundquist, and one great-great-grandchild, Kailie Rose Sundquist. 


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