Lanore Prechel

Obituary of Lanore Louise Prechel

Lanore Louise Prechel was born August 29, 1932, in Springfield, MN to George and Edna (Winkelmann) Prechel. She was received by Christ into His church through Holy Baptism on October 2, 1932, and reaffirmed her Baptism Covenant and faith in God at her confirmation on April 14, 1946, at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Springfield. Lanore graduated from Springfield High School in 1950 then worked for Vigorena Feeds. Lanore moved to Mankato in 1963 and worked for Hiniker Company for 19 years as a clerk, clerical worker and accountant. She retired in 1997 and moved back to Springfield. Lanore enjoyed bowling and was a member of the Mankato Women's Bowling Association where she served as Secretary-Treasurer and was a member of the "600" Club. She also enjoyed golfing, crocheting, knitting and flower gardening. Lanore was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Springfield, the Bell Choir, Senior Choir, and Mary Magdalene Circle. Lanore crocheted "The Lord's Prayer" which is seen at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Lanore Louise Prechel died Monday, March 14, 2016, at St. John Lutheran Home in Springfield at the age of 83 years. She is survived by sister Dorothy Schuelke of Comfrey; and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Edna Prechel; brother Roland Prechel; sister-in-law Ottie Prechel; and brother-in-law Ewald Schuelke.
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Wednesday
16
March

Visitation 1

9:30 am - 10:30 am
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Springfield, MN
303 North Cass Ave.
Springfield, Minnesota, United States
Wednesday
16
March

Service Information

10:30 am
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Springfield, MN
303 North Cass Ave.
Springfield, Minnesota, United States

Interment Information

St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery, Springfield
Address not given
Springfield, Minnesota, United States

Luncheon

Luncheon to follow interment at the church.
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