Agnes Joanne Dahl

10 julio , 19365 mayo , 2021

Agnes Joanne Dahl (age 84) passed away May 5, 2021 at Portland Adventist Health Center in Portland, OR. She was born one of 7 children, July 10, 1936 in Minot, ND to Samuel and Lillian Scheresky.

Agnes grew up on a farm outside of Max, ND. After attending Union College for two years she became a nursing student in Portland, OR. Later while teaching nursing, she met Roy Dahl and married him in July 1968 and raised two sons. She worked as a nurse in a number of locations in the Portland and Gresham area and was lifelong member of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. She enjoyed gardening and spending time with her extended family, especially in the great outdoors.

Agnes is survived by her husband, Roy Dahl at their home in Gresham; her son, Curtis & Janet Dahl of Wood Village OR and Kim Dahl and Steven Ross of Gresham, and two remaining siblings Jim & Diane Scheresky of Walla Walla, WA and Viola Scheresky of Gresham in addition to numerous nieces and nephews. Agnes was preceded in death by several siblings, her parents, and her son Erik.

A Funeral Service will be held Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 11 AM at the Sunnyside Seventh-Day Adventist Church. A family internment will be held at Mount Hope Cemetery in Walla Walla, WA during the summer of 2021.


  • Memorial Service

    domingo, 30 mayo , 2021


Agnes Joanne Dahl


Judy Ruminson

20 mayo , 2021

AGNES - my special friend and mentor in GI Nursing. Her work ethic and compassion for others was an inspiration! Her creativity awe inspiring! Her positive outlook amazing! The world was a better place with sweet, loving Agnes! She will be greatly missed!
Picture was taken at my retirement party in June 2014.
Judy Ruminson

Judy Kramer

15 mayo , 2021

Agnes was such a kind and loving friend whom I know from working for her sister Grace. Agnes was an instructor for the LPN program at Portland Sanitarium and Hospital in the 1960s.
She is much loved and will be missed by all who knew her. God be with her family during this time of grieving is our prayer.
Judy and Tom kramer