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Violet Siljenberg

Violet Elaine Siljenberg, 35, of Wolf Point died Tuesday, June 4, 2024, at Trinity Hospital in Wolf Point.

She was born on Jan. 26, 1989, to Kelly and Lena Siljenberg. Her birthday she lovingly shared with her daughter, Kadence Mae. She grew up at family residence seven miles outside of Wolf Point, near Windy Hill. She attended Frontier Elementary School, along with four siblings. Her loyalty and devotion to her family will never be forgotten.

When she was 16, she met Lance Grandchamp. Born to this union, was a daughter, Kadence. They remained together for three years. Around the age of 20, she met Milo Adams. They had two boys, Kingston Magik and Kastle Major.

Her kindness, generosity and compassion for others in the face of adversity speaks to the type of person she was — a quality that shines just as brightly in her children. She was always happy to see family and friends, always with a warm smile and big hug. She laughed often and had a great sense of humor.

In her last days, she was the best version of herself in spirit, a beam of hope. Speaking of her aspirations of a brighter life and gratitude of the one she lived. Even when she was sick, she was still telling memorable stories and enjoyed much laughter.

She is survived by three children, Kadence Mae Grandchamp, Kingston Magik Adams and Kastle Major Adams; father, Kelly Siljenberg; sisters, Dusti Siljenberg and Dayle Garfield; and grandfather, Larry Siljenberg.

She was preceded in death by her sister, Kelli Siljenberg; and brother, Lewis Siljenberg.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 11, at Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point. Burial was at Chicken Hill Cemetery in Wolf Point. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel of Wolf Point assisted with the arrangements.

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