KATIE M. KLINDER

Katie

Katie M. (Mrs. Carl) Klinder, age 88 of Morristown, died on Monday, December 27, 2010 at Luther Midelfort Northland Hospital, Barron, WI.

Funeral services will be held at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Morristown on Monday, January 3, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. with the Reverend Dr. Eugene C. Chase, Jr. officiating. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery, Morristown.

Visitation will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Sunday, January 2, 2011 from 2 to 5 p.m. and also in the church for one hour prior to the services on Monday.

Katherine Marie, the daughter of Arthur and Elsie (Radtke) Bramer was born on September 5, 1922 in Danville Township, Blue Earth County, MN. She married Carl Klinder on September 18, 1940 in Minnesota Lake and he preceded her in death on April 29, 2004. She was formerly employed by Birds Eye Foods in Waseca for 6 years and then later at Morristown School for 37 years.

She is survived by a son, Arlan (and Caren) Klinder of Cameron, WI; a daughter, Diane (and Dave) Buscho of Motley; seven grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; eight great great grandchildren; one brother, Wesley and (Jean) Bramer of Pine City; two sisters, Rose (and Fred) Schimek of Eagle Lake and Elise Parker of Redding, CA; five sisters in law, Ann Bramer of Minnesota Lake, Sophia Olsen of Minnesota Lake, Doris Baker of Mesa, AZ, Ruth Klinder of Prescott, WI and Agnes Klinder of Long Prairie.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Carl; one grandson, Tom Buscho; two brothers, Arthur and Allen Bramer.

 


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Name: Dawn Papp
Email: d2papp@comcast.net
Date: Monday January 10, 2011

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Dear Dave and Diane, I will always cherish the fun Sunday afternoons spent at the 51 acres, especially those times when your Dad and Mom would drive out to visit everyone. Your Mom had a good sense of humor -- which you, Diane, obviously inherited (how else could you have put up with Dave lo these many years!) Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love you to both of you always! Dawn

Name: Cindy Packard
Email: purplepeak@comcast.net
Date: Monday January 03, 2011

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Arlen and Diane and families: My deepest sympathy to all of you. Katie always had that great smile and I have many memories of her when she worked at the school. She always kept her sense of humor, even when the kids gave her a bad time. Know that all the wonderful memories you share of her will sustain you as you go through these difficult days. My thoughs and prayers are with you all. With Sympathy, Cindy Packard

Name: Alice (Kratt) Smith
Email: alicesaddress@yahoo.com
Date: Thursday December 30, 2010

Memories

Bob and I have you all in our thoughts and prayers during these days of saddness and loss. Yet we also know there is great hope and comfort in the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus. Katie was a wonderful person. I have many happy memories of her from the times I spent with your family at school and at church. I am grateful for the many invitations to spend time at your home. I know how much you will miss her. She had a loving personality and her smile was a blessing to all of us!

Name: Noreen Kalien
Email: nkalien@aol.com
Date: Wednesday December 29, 2010

Memories

I'll always remember the wonderful smile as we came through the lunch line at MHS, MANY years ago. Katie was a great lady and loved by many. God rest her soul. Arlan & Diane, my deepest sympathies to you and your families. Your Mom's struggle is over and you can look forward to seeing her again in a better place. God Bless. Love, Noreen

Name: Donna (Heyer) Berge
Email: drberge@bmail.com
Date: Wednesday December 29, 2010

Memories

With Katie"s smile she help make and serve many meals at Morristown Public School. Her dedication to this service must have been great because I don't ever remember not seeing her there every school day. I will always remember her as a "nice person" that was reflected on her children as they were always there to give me a smile even though I was a very lower classman. She will be missed by her family and the community.