Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, August 26, , The family will receive friends beginning at A lunch will follow the service. David graduated from St. They had 2 daughters. David has been a mechanic his whole adult life including: He was an avid trap shooter and assistant coach for the Hopkins High School team.
He was preceded in death by his father, Darrell, brother Daniel, and parents-in-law, Albert and Ruth Peters. She married Michael Schmidt on January 3, For the next 20 years they lived in various places throughout the US as her husband served his country in the US Marine Corps. Over the years, Dorothy loved to travel, garden, can the vegtables she grew, and crochet.
Her favorite color was red so she liked everything red. Everyone enjoyed her beautiful smile and infectious laugh. She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 63 years, Michael Schmidt Sr. Croix Hospice that loved her so dearly and cared for her the past few years. Mike retired from the US Marine Corp after serving his country for 22 years.
He served during the Korean War and was assigned various duties during his tenure. Following his retirement, he accepted the position as manager of the Minneapolis Gun Club where he lived and worked with his family for 18 years. He is preceded in death by his daughter, Monica Schmidt; infant daughter, Linda; infant granddaughter, Deborah Martin; parents, Frank and Marguerite Schmidt, brother and sister-in-law, Paul Frances Schmidt.
Mass of Christian Burial will also be held Preceded in death by wife, Maxine and sister, Susie Lasker. He was an avid trap shooter for many years and his favorite hobby was to bake. Private interment Lakewood Cemetery. Brua, 60, of Albert Lea passed away peacefully at his home April 6, He was preceded in death by his parents Howard and Theresa and his son, Mitch, in He was always helping his late parents care for their properties and the junk yard. He was a proud member of the CVCC and Owatonna Gun Club, earning awards in trap shooting and always striving to be better than his rival hunting buddies.
He had many adventures with his loyal companions Jake, Abby and Randy. Steve was known by his friends and family for his big laugh, smart mouth and helping hands.
After losing a month battle with cancer, his final request was for his body to be donated to the Mayo Anatomical Department for medical research. The family will greet friends from 3: Theodore Catholic Church and one hour prior to the service on Saturday. A prayer service will be at 3: A memorial service will follow at 11 a. Theodore Catholic Church with the Rev. Gun club members please wear trap shooting vests. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the family. Ronnie then continued his education at Moorhead State University while farming with his father and brother, Roger prior to farming on his own.
He served in the Air National Guard. Together they lived and farmed in the Perley, Georgetown, Felton and Borup communities. He retired from farming in Ronnie enjoyed spending time outdoors, hunting, fishing and trap shooting.
He was a proud and humble person who enjoyed doing things for others, not wanting to be publically recognized. Ronnie is survived by four children: Ronnie is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorials are preferred to the Red River Valley Sportsman's Club in Perley or the Outdoor Adventures Foundation of Fargo which is a non-profit foundation providing hunting and fishing adventures for children and young adults under the age of 25 with cancer or other life threatening illness, also providing adventures for combat disabled veterans under the age of 40 that are wheelchair bound or missing a limb due to active duty service.
Monday, December 30, , from 5: Tuesday, December 31, , at Winchester Cemetery, Borup, MN. David was born December 26, in Windom. He spent his childhood in Windom, graduating in He entered the military after high school. After his term of service and honorable discharge, David came back to Minnesota. He lived in Albert Lea for short period of time, moved to Alex for another short period and then settled back in Windom and lived out his life.
David owned and operated his sewer and septic business until when he decided it was his time for retirement. David was an avid fisherman and hunter. Hunting was what led him to his love of trap shooting. David first registered target was in and continued until today.
He was on the MN State Team a number of times and was very proud of that. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Lacanne Family Funeral Svcs of Windom will be handling the arrangements. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, November 14, , at 1: Pastor Donald Norr will officiate. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home. To send condolences or sign online guestbook, please visit www.
He grew up and attended school in Virginia, graduating in He enlisted in the U. Air Force and served honorably during the Vietnam Era. Randy was a great and compassionate man and very determined in all he did. He was a mentor for those who were involved in his life. He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. Randy is preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Judy Lind and Joan Chase.
He is survived by a brother-in-law, David Lind, a sister-in-law, Beverly Dodd, 2 nephews: Dan and Shawn Lind, 2 nieces: He was baptized and confirmed at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Owatonna.
Richard graduated from Owatonna High School in He enlisted in the United States Air Force on September 8, where he served as a woodworker stationed both stateside and in Japan until his honorable discharge on September 7, Richard worked at various businesses throughout his years.
He began after the service, working alongside his brother at Lindekuegel Chevrolet in the parts department, Baldus Texaco Station as a mechanic, Steele County Implement in the Marina Department, and for over 24 years at Brown Printing in Waseca and retired in He was a lifelong member of Redeemer Lutheran Church.
He loved trap shooting and was a lifetime member of the Owatonna Gun Club. He also enjoyed working on cars and woodworking. Richard loved working with his hands and built their home in In later years, he enjoyed having coffee with his friends at HyVee.
He was preceded in death by his parents, sister, Florence Krause, and brother Herbert Erdman. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 20, at Interment will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery in Owatonna.
Memorials are preferred to Redeemer Lutheran Church. Michaelson Funeral Home is handling arrangements.