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IRENE E. MELCHERT

 

Service: Trinity Lutheran Church - North Morristown
  Monday, August 4, 2014 at 10:30 a.m.
   
Visitation: The Boldt Funeral Home on Sunday, August 3, 2014 from 2 to 5 p.m.
  and for one hour prior to the services at church on Monday.

Irene E. (Mrs. Henry) Melchert, age 93, of Faribault, died on Thursday, July 31, 2014 at her daughter's home.

Funeral services will be at Trinity Lutheran Church, North Morristown on Monday, August 4, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. with the Reverend Juan Palm, officiating. Interment will be at Concordia Cemetery, North Morristown.

Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Sunday, August 3, 2014 from 2 to 5 p.m. and also at church for one hour prior to the services on Monday.

Irene E., the daughter of Albert J. and Margartha (Steuve) Spitzack was born on October 12, 1920 in Morristown Township, Rice County. She married Henry Melchert on September 27, 1939 in North Morristown and he preceded her in death on November 1, 1995. Before Irene was married, she was employed by Shattuck - St. Mary's as a "diningroom staff". Later as a maid for the Gallaghers and Wagner families where she became known as a incredible cook. During her marriage with Henry, they worked side by side on the farm.

She is survived by three children, Nancy (and Donald) Dickison of Faribault, Harlan "Archie" Melchert of Morristown, and Joyce (and Bill) Melchert -Dinkel of Faribault; grandchildren, Angela, Monty, Emily, Mari and Molly; one expected great grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Henry A. Melchert; a daughter, Diann; one granddaughter, Pamela Dickison; and four siblings, Ewald Spitzack, Esther Spitzack, Orlando "Ole" Spitzack and Ella Melchert.

 

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Name: linda bill heyer
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Date: Sunday August 03, 2014

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sorry to read about your mom, she was a great card player, she was a good lady to know, moms are the best , keep the memories

Name: Mary Anne Engels
Email: wmaengels3@aol.com
Date: Sunday August 03, 2014

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Dear Willie,Joyce,Mari and Molly: My deepest sympathy to you at the passing of your mother-in-law, mother and grandmother,Irene. She is now at peace in our Lord's hands. My prayers and love to you at this time.

Name: Brenda Hardies
Email: bfhardies172@gmail
Date: Sunday August 03, 2014

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Irene leaves a legacy of being a wonderful mother, an encourager, a spunky woman who stood up for her beliefs and a great cook. Praying you find comfort in your memories of her and the knowledge that she was a blessing to so many others. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Name: Cindy Packard
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Date: Sunday August 03, 2014

Memories

It's always hard to lose a Mother. I know all the wonderful memories you all have will help to ease your loss. I remember that great smile. With deepest sympathy.

Name: Becky Spitzack
Email: beckyspitzack@gmail.com
Date: Friday August 01, 2014

Memories

I'm saddened to hear of your loss. For me, Irene was always someone I could count on to say hi to me. She was always a good neighbor too. May our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.

Name: Theresa (Golombeski) & Michael Hazard
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Date: Friday August 01, 2014

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Our deepest sympathy to all of the family. You have lost a very special lady who also meant a great deal to many others. She will be remembered many times for her special warmth, caring & the love that she gave to everyone who knew her. I have so many wonderful memories of times spent with her either vistiing or trading recipes. It was a joy to be her cleaning lady, as I could bring my son Russ with me to play with Monty while I cleaned the house & helped Irene care for Henry (when that time came). Sometimes we would make a pinic out of the rest of the day---or get a card game going. In later years I remember my son coming home after a night of card playing at the Legion in Morristown & he'd say "I can't believe it Irene & Henry taught Monty & me how to play cards good---but she can still beat the pants off us every single time". God has called another "Angel" home now...so once again the stars in the sky will be twice as bright at night.