Courtney Ore - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

October 10, 1981 - September 17, 2021

Courtney Ore, age 39, of Richfield, passed away September 17, 2021. She was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, best friend, niece, cousin, and step-sister. Courtney was a hard working single mother, determined and resilient. She was an entrepreneur, cosmetologist, ordained minister, and photographer. Courtney was passionate about travel and adventure. She shared this love with her best friend Katie, recently traveling together to Colorado and Utah.

She is survived by daughter, Nadia McNeal; parents, Gail Bartlett (Mother) and Michael Bartlett (Stepfather) and Terry Ore (Father) and Judy Zalusky (Stepmother); sister, Caroline Ore; stepsisters, Jessica Zalusky , and Deanna Rivard; aunts, Cam Case and Judy Puppe; and many cousins.

Preceded in death by grandparents, Ralph and Helen Boberg and George and Myrtle Ore; uncle, James Boberg; and cousins, Barbara Puppe, Josh Puppe, Nathan Ore, and Derrick Unzen.


  1. VaNique Levy-Battle says:

    May the family be covered with the love, peace and togetherness. For Courtney gave as she received holding true to three words Love, Care and Loyalty. For that I say thank you to the family for sharing such an amazing women with the world.

  2. Mary Olson Coleman says:

    My heartfelt sympathy at this very sad and difficult time.

  3. Juan Morales says:

    Courtney, you will be truly missed! You were a very special person, an awesome daughter, mother, and friend to so many, you always placed other before your own needs, a loyal and true friend. May you find eternal peace in heaven, an angel has gone home, God bless you, I will forever have you in my heart.

  4. Sara Peterson says:

    Hey birthday twin! You were always the life of the party and always motivated to get what you needed for your daughter I will cherish our times together whether it was working or traveling rat easy girl you’ll be missed

  5. Sara Peterson says:

    Rest easy girl you will be missed

  6. Laurie Syverson says:

    I met Courtney when I was in fifth grade, when she transferred to my school near Christmas time. I was not well connected with most of our class, and Courtney befriended me, no questions asked. I was so grateful for the time I spent with her. I missed her so much when she moved to Las Vegas, but have thought of her a lot throughout the years. While our time was small, it was large in my life. May she Rest In Peace.

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