Agatha Diedrich

Agatha Diedrich

1910 - 2005

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Agatha Rosalia Diedrich was born on May 22, 1910 in Madelia Township, MN the daughter of Henry & Frances (Keber) Kunz. She was the 2nd of 8 children. Agatha grew up in Madelia and attended the Catholic School later graduating from Madelia Public High School. She taught school at Sioux Valley, Watonwan Country Schools and St. James Catholic School. Agatha married Lawrence Diedrich on August 25, 1948 at the Mater Delarosa Church in Madelia. After marriage the couple lived in St. James, in 1957 they purchased a farm in St. James Township where they farmed until Lawrence retired. She returned to college and graduated from Mankato State in 1969. Agatha remained on the farm until moving to Pleasant View Good Samaritan Center in December of 1999. She was a member of the St. James Catholic Church, CCW, Catholic Daughters, Christian Mothers. Club 21, St. Theresa Study Club and also was a 4-H leader. Agatha enjoyed sewing, quilting, (especially for the missions) baking, flowers, gardening and especially spending time with her grandchildren. Survivors include Daughter, Lucille & husband James Ammann of rural Butterfield, and their children Mary, JoAnn and Sarah, Daughter, Cindy & husband George Brust of Minneapolis, and their children, David, Susan and Michael, brothers, Ray Kunz of Madelia, Clem & wife Edna Kunz of Madelia and Rev. Francis Kunz of Mankato and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Lawrence, sisters, Sr. Agatha Kunz, Sr. Beatrice Kunz, Sr. Lucida Kunz, brothers, Robert & wife Evelyn Kunz and sisters-in-law, Agnes Kunz, Christine & husband Alois Spitzner, Mary & husband Jack Conroy, brothers-in-law, Ed & wife Pearlette Diedrich and Clarence "Bud" Diedrich.
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