Tricia Eback Memorial

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Memorial Benefit November 12th
Location El Zagal Shrine

Tricia Eback of Fargo raised five kids and was considered the rock of the family. Her children say she was always moving- doing some sort of home remodel, yardwork, or attending one of her grandchildren’s activities. She had three dogs which she also loved dearly.  A routine hysterectomy in February revealed that she had uterine leiomyosarcoma, a rare tumor that had spread to other tissues. A cancerous mass was later discovered on her spine, and a fall in August complicated matters more when she developed a blood clot in her brain that ruptured.  Her family stepped forward to coordinate this fundraiser to help alleviate some of the financial strain caused by lost wages, medical bills, prescriptions; however, due to Tricia’s untimely passing on September 10th, are now also facing funeral expenses.  A celebration of life is being planned to honor their mother later this year.

Your online donation/memorial will go directly to Tricia’s family, and Lend A Hand Up will increase your gift by 20%.  A benefit fund has been established at Bell Bank of Fargo and cash/check gifts can be made directly to Tricia Eback Benefit Fund and dropped by one of the Bell Bank locations.

  • a:3:{s:4:"date";s:0:"";s:5:"title";s:18:"Tricia's obituary";s:7:"details";s:2850:"Tricia Eback (Samuelson) 51 of Fargo, ND passed away peacefully, surrounded by family Saturday September 10th. Tricia was born November 17th, 1970 in Devils Lake, ND to Sam and Bernice Samuelson. Tricia Spent her youth in the Devils Lake area where she participated in gymnastics and spent time at her grandparent’s farm. It was there where she developed her strong work ethic and her love of gardening. When Tricia’s parents moved south, Tricia chose to remain in ND. In 1987 Tricia moved to Bottineau, ND with her sister and brother-in-law (Steve and Deb) and had her first son, Patrick. Tricia then went back to Devils Lake to finish High School, and attend collage during which she met her husband, Danny. In 1992 they had their first child together, Jerad. June 12th, 1993, Tricia and Danny were married and shortly after Nathan was born. In 1994 the couple bought their first home together and later that year, their only daughter, Stephanie was born. Tricia worked at the Old Main in Devils Lake as a waitress to support her family. In 1997 their final child, Justin, was born. In 1998 Tricia and Danny moved their family to Fargo, ND where Tricia continued working as a waitress, and making an endless number of friends and regulars, who she referred to as HER customers. Tricia worked hard to provide for her family but always made time for them attending any event her children were a part of. Tricia had an undeniable love for family and friends, always willing to help with any home improvement project even if it meant “breaking a fricken nail.” When Tricia became a young grandma in 2006, she made the comment: ”I can be the cool grandma that takes them to their first concert!” Tricia loved attending concerts and was not shy about dancing in the aisle-way. She was often not necessarily the life of the party but the backbone that planned and kept the party going. Tricia’s three dogs meant the world to her, often saying she loved them more then her kids because they listened to her better. “You’re all my favorite.” Tricia is survived by her husband Daniel Eback, children Patrick (Cassie) Melville, Jerad (Amanda) Eback, Nathan Eback, Stephanie Eback, and Justin Eback all of Fargo. 6 Grandchildren, 3 four-legged children, Sister Debbie Morin (Minot), Mark Samuelson (Monroe LA) , Todd (Gwen) Samuelson Battle Mountain NV, Scott Samuelson Minot ND. 5 sisters-in-laws and 2 brothers-in-law, and many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Tricia is proceeded in death by Grandparents Olger and Alma Trostad, parents Sam and Berniece Samuelson, brother “Baby boy” Samuelson, brother-in-law Steve Morin, sister Lora Crouch, father-in-law Tony Eback, brothers-in-law Curt Nelson and Steve Eback and her 2 beloved dogs Smokey and Cuda. ";}

    Tricia's obituary

    Tricia Eback (Samuelson) 51 of Fargo, ND passed away peacefully, surrounded by family Saturday September 10th. Tricia was born November 17th, 1970 in Devils Lake, ND to Sam and Bernice Samuelson. Tricia Spent her youth in the Devils Lake area where she participated in gymnastics and spent time at her grandparent’s farm. It was there where she developed her strong work ethic and her love of gardening. When Tricia’s parents moved south, Tricia chose to remain in ND. In 1987 Tricia moved to Bottineau, ND with her sister and brother-in-law (Steve and Deb) and had her first son, Patrick. Tricia then went back to Devils Lake to finish High School, and attend collage during which she met her husband, Danny. In 1992 they had their first child together, Jerad. June 12th, 1993, Tricia and Danny were married and shortly after Nathan was born. In 1994 the couple bought their first home together and later that year, their only daughter, Stephanie was born. Tricia worked at the Old Main in Devils Lake as a waitress to support her family. In 1997 their final child, Justin, was born. In 1998 Tricia and Danny moved their family to Fargo, ND where Tricia continued working as a waitress, and making an endless number of friends and regulars, who she referred to as HER customers. Tricia worked hard to provide for her family but always made time for them attending any event her children were a part of. Tricia had an undeniable love for family and friends, always willing to help with any home improvement project even if it meant “breaking a fricken nail.” When Tricia became a young grandma in 2006, she made the comment: ”I can be the cool grandma that takes them to their first concert!” Tricia loved attending concerts and was not shy about dancing in the aisle-way. She was often not necessarily the life of the party but the backbone that planned and kept the party going. Tricia’s three dogs meant the world to her, often saying she loved them more then her kids because they listened to her better. “You’re all my favorite.”

    Tricia is survived by her husband Daniel Eback, children Patrick (Cassie) Melville, Jerad (Amanda) Eback, Nathan Eback, Stephanie Eback, and Justin Eback all of Fargo. 6 Grandchildren, 3 four-legged children, Sister Debbie Morin (Minot), Mark Samuelson (Monroe LA) , Todd (Gwen) Samuelson Battle Mountain NV, Scott Samuelson Minot ND. 5 sisters-in-laws and 2 brothers-in-law, and many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews.
    Tricia is proceeded in death by Grandparents Olger and Alma Trostad, parents Sam and Berniece Samuelson, brother “Baby boy” Samuelson, brother-in-law Steve Morin, sister Lora Crouch, father-in-law Tony Eback, brothers-in-law Curt Nelson and Steve Eback and her 2 beloved dogs Smokey and Cuda.

  • a:3:{s:4:"date";s:10:"09-10-2022";s:5:"title";s:24:"Tricia Peacefully passed";s:7:"details";s:96:"I regret to inform everyone that Tricia peacefully passed away Saturday surrounded by her family";}

    Tricia Peacefully passed

    09-10-2022

    I regret to inform everyone that Tricia peacefully passed away Saturday surrounded by her family

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    I will miss you

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We are looking for silent auction for moms benefit November 12th if you can help please call or text Patrick at 7015414765

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    I will miss you

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