Cheryl J. Crooks
9/25/1944 — 6/23/2016
Cheryl J. Crooks, 'Good Night Woman', age 71, passed away Thursday, June 23, 2016, at St. Francis Regional Medical Center in Shakopee, MN, surrounded by her loving family and friends.
Cheryl was born on September 25, 1944, in Wagner, South Dakota, her parents were Louis and Josephine (Cordier) Cook.
Cheryl married SMSC member and longtime Chairman Stanley R. Crooks on September 21, 1963, at Ascension Church on the west side of St. Paul. They were married nearly 50 years.
She enjoyed traveling, shopping, Pow Wows and the casino, and celebrating Holidays. She enjoyed her dog, and loved family time and especially her wonderful grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
As she journeys to the Spirit World, Cheryl leaves her two daughters, Cherie Crooks and Alisa Crooks (Reuben Crowfeather); four grandchildren, Joe Bathel, Kc Bathel, Dakota Crooks, and Jesse Crooks; five great grandchildren, Nevaeh Bathel, Dreamma Crooks, Aiyana Bathel, Aliyah Crenshaw, and Myles Lewis; many family and friends, and her dog, Sophie. She was preceded in death by her husband, Stanley R. Crooks; parents, Louis and Josephine Cook; brothers and sisters.
LeAnn K. Dold
5/8/1958 — 6/21/2016
LeAnn K. Dold, age 58, of Chaska, Minnesota, entered eternal life on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, Minnesota.
LeAnn was born on May 8, 1958, in Shakopee, Minnesota, the daughter of Daniel Boegeman and Yvonne (Mumm) Boegeman. She graduated from Chaska High School and stayed a close friend with many of her classmates.
Like her mom, LeAnn would greet her house guests with a beverage and snacks. She enjoyed cooking and treats, she was known as a 'snacker' to many of her family and friends. She was also very lucky when it came to pulltabs.
LeAnn was a true caretaker, and enjoyed her pets very much. She adored her time with her family, and especially loved her grandkids.
LeAnn is survived by her loving daughter and sons, Sarah, Brian (Keely), and Tim (Miranda); grandchildren, Kyleigh, Kendra and Ava; brothers and sisters, Russ (Phyllis), Bob (Patti), Lori Borak (Bob Boughten), Lisa (Jon) Laurent; nephews and nieces, Paige and Brooke Boegeman, Ryan and Rachel Boegeman, Nick and Dani Borak, Nicole and Justin Johnson. Preceded by mother, Yvonne Boegeman; father, Dan Boegeman; grandparents, Raymond and Bernice Mumm.
6/7/1948 — 6/18/2016
Susie Sichmeller passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family June 18, 2016 after a short and courageous battle with cancer.
Susie was born June 7, 1948 in Veblen, South Dakota to Joe M. and Edythe Deutsch. Susie was raised on her parent's farm on Buffalo Lake near Eden, South Dakota. Susie attended Sacred Heart Elementary School, St. Francis Academy, and graduated from Sisseton High School in 1966.
She joined in marriage to Larry A. Sichmeller August 5, 1967 at Sacred Heart Church in Eden, South Dakota. They were married for 44 years until his death in 2011. They moved to Shakopee, MN where they raised their two sons, Clint and Derek. Susie was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister. She considered family her most precious gift and legacy.
Susie had a devoted 46 year career in the insurance profession as owner of the Capesius Agency and later with the Christenson Group. Anyone who met Susie knew how much she cared for people. She volunteered for many causes she believed in and was an active participant in many local civic and church organizations. Susie was known as a gift giver and a follower of her motto to 'always give back'.
Susie leaves behind loving family members; sons, Clint and Derek (Kelly); sisters, Lynda (Chuck) Pulliam, Carol Koslowski; brother, Mike Deutsch; grandchildren, Olivia and Jake Sichmeller.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Larry; parents; brother-in-law, David; sister-in-law, Judy.
Susie will be very much missed by those whose lives she touched. Our world will not be as kind, funny, or interesting with her gone. We will cherish the many things she taught us, the light she brought to our lives, and the many happy memories she has left us with.
Yvonne M. Boegeman
5/20/1936 — 6/13/2016
Yvonne M. Boegeman, age 80, of Shakopee, entered eternal life on Monday, June 13, 2016, in rural Belview, Minnesota.
Yvonne was born on May 20, 1936 in Cologne, Carver County, the daughter of Raymond and Bernice Mumm. The majority of her career she worked at Crossroads Medical Center.
Yvonne cherished her family and friends and was always the perfect hostess. She became a MN Twins fan at a young age listening to games with her Dad. Yvonne played in many card clubs. She was also a long time member of the Daughters of Isabella. Yvonne enjoyed traveling and adored dogs.
Yvonne was a 'Super fan' of all her grandkids. She was an amazing woman who displayed unconditional love, tolerance, and faith. Her positive attitude made everyday a party.
Yvonne is survived by her daughters and sons, LeAnn Dold, Russ (Phyllis), Bob (Patti), Lori Borak (Bob Boughten), Lisa (Jon) Laurent; grandchildren, Sarah, Brian, and Tim (Miranda) Dold, Paige and Brooke Boegeman, Ryan and Rachel Boegeman, Nick and Dani Borak, Nicole and Justin Johnson; great grandchildren; brother, Ronald (Gail) Mumm; sister, Suzanne (Fred) Pearson; beloved pet, Sammy. Preceded in death by her parents, Raymond and Bernice Mumm.
John A. 'Andy' Bohr
4/20/1959 — 6/12/2016
John A. 'Andy' Bohr, age 57, of Shakopee, passed away on June 12, 2016 at St. Gertrude's Health Center in Shakopee, Minnesota.
Andy was born on April 20, 1959 in Waukesha, Wisconsin, the son of Wencel and Ida Mae (Kelly) Bohr. He married Beti Walsh on August 27, 1993 in Shakopee.
Andy worked in credit and collections for Emerson for 20 plus years. He was a 3rd Degree Knight of Columbus in Shakopee, and a member of the Shakopee Jaycees where he served as Past President. He enjoyed his time out on the softball field as a pitcher, shooting pool, and he was an avid bow hunter. He loved spending time with his family and was a big Green Bay Packers fan.
Andy is survived by his wife, Beti; daughters, Kara (Lonnie) Schottenbauer, Amanda (Brad) Patterson, Amber (Sydney Porter) Bohr, Asheli Bohr; granddaughter; Veronica Patterson; father, WJ Chum (Grace) Bohr; brother, Pat (Judy) Bohr; sister, Lois Walters; sister-in-law, Cindy Bohr; and many other nieces, nephews, family and friends.
He is preceded in death by his daughter, Dion; mother, Kelly; brother, Gary Bohr; and best friend, Tim Walters.
Hal Richard 'Rick' Hendrickson
2/18/1954 — 6/8/2016
Hal R. Hendrickson, 'Rick', age 62, of Shakopee, passed away on Wednesday, June 8, 2016, at his home.
Rick was born on February 18, 1954, in Duluth, Minnesota, the son of Melvin and Marlys (Toft) Hendrickson.
Rick's hobbies and interests included fishing, bike riding, spending time at the farm in Alexandria and all the dogs there, classic rock music, and taking apart and working on machines.
Rick is survived by his brother, Brian (Catherine) Hendrickson; nephew, Richard (Val) Hendrickson; half sister, Kathy Werk; nephews, Andrew and Matthew Werk; nieces, Leslie Nelson, Grace and Beth Hendrickson; many other relatives. Preceded in death by his parents, Melvin and Marlys; sister, Gloria Stockton; step father, Robert Boortz.
William 'Bill' M. Spencer
9/19/1969 — 6/6/2016
William 'Bill' M. Spencer, age 46, of Shakopee, passed away Monday, June 6, 2016 at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Bill was born in Robbinsdale, Minnesota, on September 19, 1969, the son of Ralph 'Mick' and Linda (Alexander) Spencer. He married Steph Zeiszler on October 14, 1997, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Bill worked as a carpenter for Braxton Hancock & Sons, and was a member of the Carpenters Local Union 322.
Bill had a larger-than-life personality that reached many people. He loved the simple things in life. Bill loved working with his hands on various projects including but not limited to knife making, woodworking and carpentry. He enjoyed golfing, hunting and chilling with his brothers Brian, Mike and his best friend Matt. Next to his Dodge truck and his dog Cooper, he loved his wife Stephanie with his whole heart.
Bill is survived by his loving wife, Steph; parents, Mick and Linda Spencer; brothers and sisters, Brian Spencer and wife, Niki, Debbie Spencer, Ame Spencer, Charlee Spencer, and Mike Spencer; four-legged kids, McGee and Cooper; best friend, Matt Sanders. He was preceded in death by his sister, Becky Brogan.
Maurice Francis Keaveny
2/3/1930 — 5/30/2016
Maurice Francis Keaveny born Feb 3, 1930 in Morton, MN to Patrick and Hattie Keaveny; the sixth of seven children. He had a life-long passion for big band music, playing the trombone and baritone in high school. He continued playing with local bands during his late teen years and while attending Mankato Teacher's College, and until his enlistment in the Air Force. Throughout life Maurice continued to enjoy the likes of Glen Miller and Lawrence Welk. He is remembered by friends and family for recalling, from memory, everyone's birthday and anniversary, and always sharing his best wishes with a humorous greeting card. Whether a game of cribbage, BINGO, fishing, a trip to O'Gara's, or tackling a stack of scratch-offs, Maurice was always eager to participate in the next 'event'. He followed the Twins, Gophers and Vikings and could recite complete team rosters, as well as the latest game scores and team standings. On a summer day you'd likely find him sitting in a rocking chair listening to a Twins game on the radio. Maurice always had a job of some sorts at the Veteran's Home in Minneapolis where he lived for several years. Working was very important to him. As a result, he postponed retirement to the point that he physically could not work any longer. Maurice led a simple, humble life that centered around his Catholic faith and strong family values. He passed-away peacefully on Memorial Day, May 30, 2016.
Maurice is survived by his brother-in-law, Bernard Frank; and 23 nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by sisters and brothers, Mary Johanneck (Fran), Harriet Schroeder (George), Arthur Keaveny (Madonna), William Keaveny (Margaret), Helen Keaveny, and Joan Frank.
Roman F. Pumper
11/26/1929 — 5/27/2016
Roman F. Pumper, 'Romie' age 86, of Shakopee, entered eternal life on Friday, May 27, 2016, at the MN Veteran's Home in Minneapolis, MN.
Roman was born on November 26, 1929, in Shakopee, MN, the son of Thomas and Marcella (Franek) Pumper. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War, and was a member of both the American Legion Post 2 and Veteran's of Foreign Wars 4046 in Shakopee. Roman also served on the Shakopee Veteran's Honor Guard.
Romie married Valerie (Dellwo) on October 17, 1953 (she passed away in 1994); he then married Carol (Coyne) on August 20, 1999.
For over 40 years he worked at Rahr Malting in Shakopee as a processor. Romie was an avid hunter, fisherman, golfer, and bowler. He also loved traveling, his time in Florida, and his lake place in Cross Lake, MN.
Romie was preceded in death by his first wife, Valerie (1994); sisters, Viola 'Pat' Carpentier and Ethel Secord; brothers, Roger and John Pumper. He is survived by his wife, Carol; daughters, Laurie Anderson, and Pat (Bob) Christensen; grandchildren, Mara (Louis) Novak, April (Chad) Johnson, Joe Christensen, Britt Anderson, Natalie Anderson; great-grandchildren, Devin and Clara Novak, Haley and Robbie Christensen; sister, Shirley Tracy; step-son, Mike Link; step-daughter, Joanne (Ed) LaPlante.
Lorraine (Spescha) Boyer
2/10/1924 — 5/22/2016
Lorraine (Spescha) Boyer, age 92, entered eternal life on May 22, 2016.
Lorraine was preceded in death by her daughter, Karen (Boyer) Bohn; and by parents, Christian and Lena Spescha. Survived by husband, Robert; sons, Eugene (Lori Larson), Kirk (Nancy), Todd; son-in-law, Marcus Bohn; 6 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren; 4 sisters, and 1 brother.