Lucille Maxine Weisser

Dates

July 23, 1923 - November 12, 2015

Obituary

Lucille Maxine Weisser was born July 23, 1923 at Parkston, SD to Alex and Bertha (Fisher) Schmidt.  After graduating from high school, Lucille taught in rural country schools for several years. On September 29, 1946 she married Samuel Weisser. They farmed their entire lives before retiring to an acreage near Emery.

Lucille is survived by her daughter, Cynthia (Ken) Kaldun, Alexandria, one sister, Charlotte (Maynard) Friederich, Mitchell, brother, Melvin (Carolyn) Schmidt, Scotland, two grandchildren: Robin (Chris) Haiar, Natalie (Ben) Abbey, seven great grandchildren: Caden, Skyler, Maverick, Sage and Cora Haiar and Elliott and June Abbey.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Samuel, daughter, Bonnie Fauth and brother, Ruben Schmidt.


Visitation(s)

Date
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Time
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location
Grace Reformed Church
1021 South Davison Street
Mitchell, South Dakota

Service

Date
Monday, November 16, 2015
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Grace Reformed Church
1021 South Davison Street
Mitchell, South Dakota

Cemetery

Emery Community Cemetery
Emery, South Dakota


Posted by Hilda Lagge Benne on November 18, 2015
God has received another wonderful Angel to join his heavenly family. She was a very special Aunt and I can see her with that special laugh and smile. I stayed with them one summer when the girls were little an she taught me how to embroider. She will be missed, but is now whole again and with our others who are gone. I pray for guidance for hr family.
Posted by Vicky Tiede Brenner on November 14, 2015
I will always remember the kindness & warmth of Great Aunt Lucille. She was such a gentle & compassionate soul. Our sincere & deepest condolences to Cindy & her family. We are losing an amazing generation who have helped us all become better human beings. Our love is with you.
Posted by Sandy Abney on November 14, 2015
She was a great lady and aunt. She had a special smile. I always enjoyed going to see her at the nursing home. I really appreciate the good care she was given. In her own quiet way, she touched many lives. May she find joy with uncle Sam and Bonnie and others who have gone on. May you, aunt Lucille, truly be at peace. You will be missed.
Posted by Mark guthmiller on November 13, 2015
so many good memories of you. will miss you so much. just thinking of all the times i went to your place. also the times you came and spent time at my place when i lived in Mansfield. remembering some of the holidays our family spent with your family . my prayers are with your family.
Posted by Lisa (Lagge) Dammann on November 12, 2015
I remember going to her house when I was little with my parents. Such found memories of a beautiful sweet lady. She was always so kind and gentle and gave great hugs. She will be greatly missed! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
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