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Alden was born at home in a log cabin in rural Gardner on November, 30, 1930. He was the oldest of five children of Arthur and Cora (Sundstad) Rensvold. He attended school in rural Noble Township through eighth grade. Alden then stayed at home to begin farming with his father on the family farm.

Alden married Shirley Ann Martens on May 30, 1953, in Perley, MN. They lived and farmed for 40 years northeast of Gardner while raising their family. He worked for the Cass County ASCS office part time as he began farming on his own. Alden served on the Board of Directors of the Perley Farmers Union Oil Company for 21 years, was a local 4 H leader for 21 years, served as Noble Township Clerk and was a long time and founding member of the Valley Sportsmen Club. The two were also very much a part of the Nora Lutheran Church, with Alden serving on the Church Cemetery Committee for many years.

Alden and Shirley retired from farming in 1992. They moved to Grandin, where they met many new friends and became very involved in the community. Shirley passed away June 7, 1996. Alden continued to appreciate living in Grandin until the time of his death.

Going out to eat with family and friends, lots and lots of casinos, a cold beer, a good hard fought game of pinochle, shaking dice and drinking coffee while visiting with his Grandin friends is what kept Alden enjoying life. He would help out on the family farm where and when he could, even if it meant just slowly driving around the section to make sure everything was being done just right.

Alden is survived by his daughter, Diane (Gary Roeder) Rensvold, Fargo, ND; sons, Arvid (Linda) Rensvold, Moorhead, Russell (Lana) Rensvold, Fargo, and Douglas (Nancy) Rensvold, Gardner; grandchildren, Jennifer Novotny, Fargo, Erin Novotny, La Jolla, CA, Eric (Rebecca) Rensvold, Gardner, and Dr. Laura Rensvold (fianc, Colby Tognetti, Bismarck, ND; great grandson, Jaxon Arthur Rensvold; brothers, Howard (Darlene) Rensvold, Fargo, and David (Sandy) Rensvold, Seattle, WA; sisters, Carol Rensvold, Fargo, and Eileen (Chuck) Leasure, Brooksville, FL; and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Shirley.

Visitation will be at Korsmo Funeral Chapel in Moorhead on Tuesday, June 2, 2015, from 4 7 PM, with a prayer service and remembrance at 7 PM.

Funeral Services will be Wednesday June 3, 2015, at 11 AM, at Nora Lutheran Church, rural Gardner. Lunch to follow. Interment will be in the Nora Cemetery.

The family would like to thank all of the doctors, nurses, and health care providers at the Hillsboro Sanford Health Center for their compassion, kindness and medical care that you gave Alden during his stay. You are truly appreciated.

Alden was born at home in a log cabin in rural Gardner on November, 30, 1930. He was the oldest of five children of Arthur and Cora (Sundstad) Rensvold. He attended school in rural Noble Township through eighth grade. Alden then stayed at home to begin farming with his father on the family farm.
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