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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Arthur Evert Bendixson
September 25, 1926 - January 24, 2021

Place of Birth: Williston, North Dakota
Residence: Cordova, TN formerly of Williston, ND
Age: 96

Arthur Evert Bendixson age 94, of Cordova, TN, passed away on January 24, 2021. Husband, stepfather, grandfather and great- grandfather who valued family and friends above all. Lifelong farmer and resident of Williston who left a lasting legacy.

His is preceded in death by parents, Oscar Bendixson and Marie Bendixson; his first wife, Grace Bendixson; sister, Kay Ulledahl; brother, Leroy Bendixson; step-daughter, Nan Johnson and sister-in-law, Lorraine Bendixson

Arthur is survived by Beverly, his wife of 32 years; brothers, Bobby (Maxine) Bendixson and Odean Bendixson; step-children, Michele (Robert) McKay, John (Meena) Fenske, Grant (Rachel) Fenske, Dick Johnson; grandchildren, Jill (Greg) Williams, Reid (Katherine) Johnson, Raja Fenske, Alex (Elizabeth) Fenske, Jameson Carter, Ashlee Carter, Hannah (Michael) Martin; great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial Contribution
Memorials preferred to Faith United Methodist Church – Williston and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital – Memphis, TN

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Susan (Williston, ND)
Jan 28, 2021
Blessings. Always nice to see Art at Faith United Methodist events. Peace.
Wendy Ellefson (Lakeville , MN)
Jan 28, 2021
RIP uncle Art. God Bless the memories I have of you.
Billie mcginnis (Fairview, Montana)
Jan 29, 2021
Art was married to my aunt Grace
Rip and prayers to family
Paula Hansen Schilke (Williston, ND)
Jan 29, 2021
I have had the pleasure to call Art a friend for many years. Took care of Grace at Bethel. Even after her passing, Art was a friend to many residents and Staff at Bethel. He loved to visit, talk old times, and play cards. He was a frequent patron of our ice cream parlor. He was very kind and faithful to Grace when she was sick. He was such a nice man, would always stop at my new job and visit when he was back in Williston. I could count on a nice warm, genuine hug from him. A life well lived. Rest easy my friend.
Larry and Valerie Robinson (Dickinson, North Dakota)
Feb 2, 2021
Many memories of Art B while I was growing up in Polson from cherry picking to salmon snagging! We were blessed to attend Art B & Bev's wedding in Williston. Pastor Deiterle even nicknamed me "Stady" as he pastored in the Dickinson area after he left Williston area.
Condolences to Bev and family!
David and Teresa Robinson (tenino, Washington)
Feb 3, 2021
Our sincere condolesences to the family and Bev. Art was dearly loved. We are going to miss him greatly. So also you have sorrow now, but I will see you again and your hearts will rejoice and no one will take your joy from you. John 16:22
Jeanne Knudsvig
Feb 4, 2021
Sending prayers for Art's family keep his memories close to your hearts to help you through the days ahead!
Oscar Quarne and Joy Rustad Rasmussen (Williston, ND)
Feb 7, 2021
Beverly, I remember you visiting in Zahl and I visiting my cousin, Edwina’s family there for a few summers. Oscar of course has many memories of high school when he and Art were in the same class. I was in the same class as LeRoy. Oscar missed not having you visit lately and remembers fondly his visit to your place on the island! You have our sympathy and want you to know that if there is anything we can do here in Williston, to please let us know.
Lynn Riordan (Aliso Viejo, CA)
Feb 8, 2021
Sorry to hear! Sending my love to all. Hi to Bev and family!
Arthur E Robinson (Polson, MT)
Feb 19, 2021
In our "growing-up" years we were called "Big Art" and "Little Art" and where one was the other was also. Rarely were we not doing something together. We remained lifelong friends. He was and still is my best friend.
Kathleen J Smith (WILLISTON, North Dakota)
Feb 20, 2021
My thoughts, prayers, and sympathy go out to Bev, his children, and family at the loss of your husband, father, and siblings. Art was a good and kind man. I know he will be missed.
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