EVELYN A. ZICK
Evelyn Zick, age 96, of Faribault, died on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis.
A memorial service will be at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on May 17, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. with the Reverend Dennis Tamke, pastor of Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Faribault.
Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home for one hour prior to the service on Saturday.
Evelyn Anna, the daughter of Frank and Katherine (Uhlis) Kline, was born on May 26, 1917 in Erin Township, Rice County. She married Joseph Kuchinka and he preceded her in death in 1959. Later she married Robert G. Zick on October 10, 1998 in St. Louis, MO. She was employed for 15 years at the Faribault Regional Center and later volunteered as a Foster Grandparent. Evelyn was a homemaker and she enjoyed gardening, canning, and most of all, providing for her family.
She is survived by her husband, Robert; seven children, Janet Lombardini of Kent, WA, Joann (and Jim) Clay of Lynden, WA, Joyce McDonald of Champlin, Robert (and Sheryl) Kuchinka of Lonsdale, Ronald (and Linda) Kuchinka of Faribault, Sharon (and John) Strouth of Faribault, and Debra Larson of Faribault; a daughter in law, Beverly Kuchinka of Faribault; grandchildren; great grandchildren; and one brother, Joseph Kline of St. James.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Joseph Kuchinka; one son, Kenneth; two grandchildren; and two sisters.
Name: Linda Kline Carter
Date: Tuesday May 13, 2014
My deepest sympathy to everyone. I wanted to tell you that Evelyn was a wonderful lady, kind and considerate. I can remember when she lived in shieldsville and going to visit her and Joe with my dad. She was always so pleasant to be around. Her and Dad where great friends and really cared about each other. Talking to her was like having my Dad and Grandma Rosella with me, she will be missed. I know you all will miss her as well but cherish the fact that she has gone home and can rest now. Peace be with you and remember 'This to shall pass" Linda M. Kline Carter