Esther was a farmers wife, helping Ted with numerous tasks such as driving trucks to the sugar beet dump during harvest or driving the tractor during weed burning season. Her passion was raising wonderful vegetable and flower gardens, and knitting and creating beautiful quilts and blankets to share with family and friends. She was also an excellent seamstress, having had many local customers and making wedding dresses for soon-to-be young brides in the neighborhood. Esther was also active in her childrens activities being co-leader of the girls Buttons & Bows 4-H Club, proudly watching her children show their livestock at the county fair, and supporting them in after-school sports. Esther also loved listening to country music. Esther was an excellent cook. While her children attended grade school at Lake Minatare, she worked as a cooks helper in the schools cafeteria. Her love for cooking took her to becoming manager of the Town and Country Deli & Cafe where a loyal crowd came to enjoy her homemade cabbage burgers and pies. Having honed ชุด แต่งงาน sretsis her skills for many years from raising and butchering the family-raised chickens, she then went on to work at Panhandle Co-op working in the meat department packaging, wrapping and filling the counters. Still active in her later years, she worked part-time for ABC Nursery taking care of the annuals and creating potted plant arrangements. Esther shared her gardening wisdom with all who were interested.
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