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Magdeline Rae Jean Hulm

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Magdeline Rae Jean Hulm was born May 13, 2011 in Fargo. Daughter of Christopher and Stephanie Hulm, she was raised in Fargo, and Wahpeton, N.D. "Maggie" as she was called by everyone was a very happy and outgoing child. Her smile and laugh was the light and joy of all who had the opportunity to be around her. Her presence was one that only an angel could bring. She was loved by everyone who knew or saw her and loved the time she spent with family, friends, and grandparents. Her time on this earth can only be described as a blessing to all those who knew her. She enjoyed, more than anything, spending time and playing with her older sister SiddaLee. Her life was truly a miracle and nothing short of a blessing upon this world.

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Magdeline passed away Thursday, May 3, 2012, just ten days short of her first birthday.

Magdeline was preceded in death by her great grandfathers, Roy Hulm, Joel Croue, and Steven Manson; great uncles, Lonnie and Jody Hulm, and cousin, Steven Manson.

She is survived by her parents, Christopher and Stephanie Hulm, and sister, SiddaLee Niemic of Wahpeton; grandparents, Randy and Kim Hulm of West Fargo, and John and Linda Schonert of Valley City, N.D.; aunts and uncles, Nicholas Hulm, Hayden and Chloe Knight, Brandon Botner, Josh, Katie, Carter, Ashton, and Tucker Schonert, Nichole Nance; cousins, Jeremiah Schonert and Zinie Deras; great-aunts and uncles, Roy Ann and Marvin Beckman, Terry and Karen Hulm, Rick and Jo Ann Hulm, Rick and Mary Jo  Hofferber; great-grandparents, Mary and Dan Dinneen, Richard and Mary Vos, James and Rosemary Leedom, Wanda Crowe,  Kathy and Dave Leedom, and great-great-grandmother, Irene "Tommy" Manson.

The family of Magdeline Rae Jean Hulm wishes that donations be made to the March of Dimes in lieu of flowers for the family.

Visitation was held Tuesday from 5 to 7 with a prayer service at 7 in Faith Lutheran Church, West Fargo.

A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 2 p.m. in First Baptist Church, Valley City, N.D.

Condolences may be sent online at westfuneralhome.com.

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