Adeline P. Nordseth, age 68, of Faribault, died Thursday, April 23, 2009 at Faribault Commons. She died after a brave fight with brain cancer.
Services will be at the Congregational Church of Faribault, UCC on Monday at April 27, 2009, at 2:30 p.m. with the Reverend Nancy C. L. Peebles, officiating. Interment will be held at the Maple Lawn Cemetery, Faribault.
Visitation will be at the church for one hour prior to the services on Monday.
Arrangements are being completed by the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault.
Adeline Pauline, the daughter of Emanuel and Alma (Renner) Stoebner, was born February 21, 1941 in Parkston, S.D. She was baptized and confirmed in Freidens Reformed Church in Tripp, S.D. After her graduation from high school, she was employed in Tripp and Mitchell, S.D. She married Gary Nordseth, and they lived in several states. Adeline enjoyed her many very good friends, visiting, playing board games and making greeting cards that she shared with family and friends. If someone needed help, she gladly offered to help. She will be greatly missed by all.
Adeline is survived by two children, Gary Nordseth Jr. and his wife Jolyn of Round Lake, and Pam Nordseth of Faribault; three grandchildren; two sisters, Leona (and Norman) Meyer of Parkston, S.D., Arlene (and Art) Guericke of Alexandria, S.D, a brother, Elton (and Diane) Stoebner of Tripp. S.D., and many nephews and nieces.
She was preceded in death by her mother, father and infant sister.
I only met Adeline once or twice, but remember her uplifting spirit and bright smile. She appeared to really love life and adored her children. I am sorry to hear about your loss, it doesn't matter what age you are a death of a parent is always hard.
Pam my prayers go out to you and your family. Your mother was a very special person that made all those around her a whole lot happier.
I'll always remember all our lunches on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Addie's favorite part of the meal was dessert. She always had a hard time deciding which dessert to pick. Addie had a wonderful sense of humor and she will be greatly missed.
I'm so sorry to hear of Addie's death. I haven't seen her or her daughter, Pam, for many years, but I'll always remember her love for the Lord and the many ways she blessed others. I will be praying for all of you. Val Sundin Roth