RAYMOND L. LOVE


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     Raymond L. Love, age 70, of Faribault, died on Thursday, January 10, 2008, at his home.
     Memorial services will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Monday, January 14, 2008 at 10:30 a.m. with the Reverend Craig Breimhorst, Chaplain of Faribault Area Hospice, officiating.
     A memorial visitation will be held in the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. and also for one hour prior to the services on Monday.
     Raymond Lyle, the son of Raymond and Nettie (Iverson) Love was born on February 6, 1937 in Clarkfield. He served in the U. S. Air Force. He was formerly employed by McQuays, Nutting Truck and Caster Company, and Mercury Minnesota all of Faribault. He also was a taxidermist specializing in fish. He also was a member of N. R. A. On March 17, 1978 he married Sharon Kupfer-Underdahl.
      He is survived by his wife, Sharon; 11 children, Linda (and Scott) Hayes of Phoenix, AZ, Cindy (and Bob) Bodin of Red Wing, Raymond, Jr. (and June) Love of Frederic, WI, Steven Love of Moose Lake, Wendy (and Jeff) Ringeisen of Cannon Falls, Mark D. (and Aldith) Underdahl of Fridley, Tammy (and Larry) Thompson of Faribault, Rebecca (and Chuck) Schweich of Hampton, Melissa Buendorf (and AJ Meyers) of Faribault, Robin Love (and Steve Borgstahl) of Faribault, Carrie Love (and Ryan Fuller) of Faribault; 24 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; two sisters, JoAnn (and Gerald) Mack of Bloomington and Beverly Green of Hayward, CA; one brother and sister in law, Richard (and Alice) Kupfer of Yankton, SD; nieces; nephews; and other relatives and friends.
      He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Donald M. Love; one sister, Florence Hegre; one brother in law, Bud Green; and two nephews, Bradley Love and John Stephan.
   


Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below



Name:
Gloria Schnorenberg
Email:
glorias@mercurycorp.com
Date:
Thursday February 14, 2008

Memories

Dear Love family, I was unable to attend the funeral for Ray and I am late with extending my sympathy. Sorry. Just wanted to say that Ray was a joy to have at Mercury. I enjoyed the contacts I had with him and the stories he would tell. He was a dedicated employee to Mercury and contributed to our success. May you now have comfort in the memories you have with Ray. Gloria Schnorenberg Human Resources Manager MERCURY MINNESOTA INC


Name:
Mary Ginter
Email:
mlginter@yahoo.com
Date:
Tuesday January 15, 2008

Memories

Sharon and Family, So sorry to hear about Ray,my thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary Ginter


Name:
Greg, Amy & Cydney Manning
Email:
gmanning@westtechwb.com
Date:
Sunday January 13, 2008

Memories

Where to start, words really cannot express...We will miss Ray a lot, his laugh, his big heart and his wonderful ability to deliver a joke or to tell a story. Opening duck hunting weekend will never be the same without him - the games of pool, the great stories that I asked him to tell me over and over even though I had heard them many times and Ray calling just to check on how the pond was and if there are any ducks. We always enjoyed the phone calls when Ray was sitting out in the camper and just wanted to see how we were doing. I will truly miss that. I am sure I don't have as many stories about Ray as many people may, but he has always been a great friend and a very special part of my life and I will miss him and his big cigar. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family.


Name:
Sue Garry-Shirley Henry
Email:
susie02@charter.net
Date:
Sunday January 13, 2008

Memories

Dear Underdahl-Love Family We are sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.