LUCILLE "MITZI" UHLIS

Mitzi


   Lucille "Mitzi" Uhlis, age 74, of Lakeville and formerly of Morristown
and Austin, went to be with the Lord on Monday, July 23, 2007, at Fairview
Ridges Hospital, Burnsville.

    Services will be held on Friday, July 27, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity
Lutheran Church, Faribault, with the Reverend Robert E. Snyder, officiating.
Interment will be held in the Woodville Cemetery, Waseca with the Reverend
Glennys Knutson, officiating.
   Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Thursday,
July 26, 2007 from 4 to 8 p.m. and also in the church for one hour prior to
the services on Friday.
   Lucille E., the daughter of Edward and Selina (Kistner) Goeritz was born
on November 8, 1932 in Arlington.  She graduated from Morristown High
School. Prior to her retirement she was employed by N. W. Bell for over 35
years.  She married Edward Uhlis on May 24, 1975 in Austin. She loved to
volunteer her time and talents at the Metrodome, N. W. Bell Pioneers and Hug
A Bear.  She had a heart of gold.
   She is survived by her husband Ed; one sister, Leola Rodewald of
Faribault; one stepdaughter, Patricia Westrum of St. Louis Park; stepsister
Delores (and Merle) McDonough of St. Peter, Helen Erdner of Wells, Janet
(and Wayne) Enger of Owatonna, Evelyn Biers of St. Charles; stepbrother
Louis (and Judy) Becker of Hamburg, Iowa; nieces, nephews and other
relatives and friends.
   She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Lyle Goeritz; and
one sister, Lois Cole.
   Memorials may be given in memory of Mitzi or to the donoršs choice.


Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below



Name:
Greg Anderson
Email:
anderson@ipfw.edu
Date:
Wednesday May 21, 2008

Memories

As a student at FSH during her tenure, I found going to the office not entirely an unpleasant experience because of this dear lady. She always had a smile on her face, and I appreciated that. In fact, the picture of the office staff in my senior year book, is an encellent one of Mrs. T. May our memories of her remain strong in our hearts. Blessings to her family.


Name:
Diane Rech
Email:
sleepydrech@peoplepc.com
Date:
Wednesday May 21, 2008

Memories

I did foot care for your parents for years. I always enjoyed our visits. Your Mom would talk about Pauline (Wolf) Fredenbergs lunches she would bring to work at the gardens. Pauline was my next door neighbor. My sympaty at the loss of a truely gentle lady. Diane Rech


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Name:
Warren Tripp
Email:
wtripp@mac.com
Date:
Monday December 31, 2007

Memories

Kay and family, I really enjoyed talking with your Mother when I stopped in to see my parents at Pleasant View Apartments during the Summer/Fall of 2007. She was full of energy and easy to talk with. My heart goes out to you in your time of sorrow. Warren


Name:
Greg Anderson
Email:
anderson@ipfw.edu
Date:
Thursday December 13, 2007

Memories

Dear Gail, I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Oh! How I remember her so fondly. She was an ideal secretary for the students at school. She greet all of us with such a warm, inviting smile. Also, at church, she had a friendly hello to offer. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers, and as always, when my peonies bloom in the spring, I think of the peony farm. May your Christmas be as merry as possible. Blessings, Greg


Name:
Mary Carlson Foster
Email:
maryleisey@bigplanet.com
Date:
Thursday December 13, 2007

Memories

Dear Gail, I'm so sorry to hear of your Mother passing. I'm sorry I didn't write when your Father passed away. They were such wonderful people !! Your Mother let me slip in tardy too many times at High School! And your Dad gave us our first bunnies !! It was such a pleasure to visit the Peony Farm. I have met several people here in Pennsylvania, who grew up in Southern Minnesota, who have fond memories of the yearly trip to Faribault for the Peony show. Your Dad and mine had a great relationship when Bert was working at Farmer Seed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Mary Carlson Foster


Name:
Ilene Buchanan
Email:
ileneb@rogers.com
Date:
Tuesday October 02, 2007

Memories

To Vera and family our deepest sympathy Roy and Ilene


Name:
Ilene Buchanan
Email:
ileneb@rogers.com
Date:
Tuesday October 02, 2007

Memories

To Vera and family our deepest sympathy Roy and Ilene


Name:
Arlette Mensing Hogan
Email:
jonlet9394@sbcglobal.net
Date:
Friday September 07, 2007

Memories

Dear Leola -- I have tried calling you several times & get no one to answer.........we have been in Minn for the month of August & are back in California again & I feel like I am in lala land yet........I shall never forget Mitzie & all of our girl talk's everyday during high school -- a wonderful friend who would do anything for anyone in need ........... the last time I talked to her was when someone was at the Methodist church for a funeral & Betty Draeger & I were trying to find Mitz & was told that her husband was ill & she was taking care of him alot.........we exchanged e-mail's but I never got anothe one from any of them so I don't know what was wrong but anyway my deepest sympathy and much love for a wonderful gal who is up in heaven looking down on all of us I'm sure............I don't know if you will get this at such a late date but I will try soon & see if you answer.............our address is 412 Monti Circle -- Pleasant Hill, Calif. 94523 or phones 925-682-4134 0r 925-683-0978...........is there any place you would like a memorial for Mitz???????? hope you get this & know we are thinking of you.......also was wondering how the Cole family is ????? Lois has been gone for a long time also....love alway's Arlette

Name:
Lori Scott
Email:
swscott4@charter.net
Date:
Wednesday July 25, 2007

Memories

I met Mitzi at Kenny's Oak Grill in Austin many years ago. We actually went to bingo a few times together and kept in touch throughout the last few years with Ed's illness. She was a very special person and enjoyed visiting with her. I called her on their anniversary and had a very nice talk with her. My sympathy to her family. She will be greatly missed. Lori Scott, waitress at Kenny's Oak Grill