EULA TRIPP

Eula

 

    Eula (Mrs. Lloyd) Tripp, age 89, of Faribault, passed away peacefully on
Saturday, September 22, 2007 at Pleasant View Estates.
    Services will be held at Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church, Faribault,
on Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. with the Reverend George
Toschak officiating. Interment will be at Meadow Ridge Memorial Park, next
to her husband Lloyd.
    Visitation will be held at the church for one hour prior to the services on
Tuesday.
    Arrangements are being completed by the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault.
    Eula Juanita, the daughter of Kate and Aaron (Art) Hamann, was born June 22,
1918 at Millersburg, Forest Township, in their family home. She attended
School District No. 20 and High School in Northfield.  She worked at the
Albers farm for 3 years and was a cook at the Northfield Hospital for two
years. She married Lloyd Tripp on his birthday July 25th, 1939 at the United
Methodist Church in Northfield. They had a happy marriage of 68 wonderful
years. They lived and farmed five years, west of Northfield, before
purchasing a farm in Cannon City Township in 1944. In 1971, they built a new
home on the family farm.
    Eula grew up helping others around the Millersburg area. She spent a lot of
time as a homemaker and helping with the farm chores and later babysitting.
She was a 4-H club member and leader, Home Extension leader and she
organized the Wide Awake Garden Club at her home in 1950.  Eula was active
at her church helping in the kitchen and dining room and by attending church
circle meetings.  She enjoyed gardening, crocheting, sewing, and quilting.
She had a treasured collection of violets and she collected mugs, mostly as
gifts from family and friends.
    She is survived by her three children, Willard (and Carmen) Tripp of
Faribault, Dr. Warren (and Aili) Tripp of Madison, WI and Carolyn Jean Vink
of Brooklyn Park; eight grandchildren, Heidi (and Troy) Mangan of Brooklyn
Park, Tracy (and Greg) Prieve of Princeton, Joshua Vink of Brooklyn Park,
Tiffany Tripp (and German Lopez Grimon) of St. Louis Park, Tara (and Jason)
Langevin of Faribault, Tamara Tripp (Demetrios Papas) of Brooklyn, NY,
LeilaTripp and Lloyd Tripp of Madison, WI; six great grandchildren,
Riley and Gillian Mangan, Dillan and Brooke Prieve and Marshall and Teagan
Langevin; one sister Mary Jane Goertz (and friend Ed Miller), and two
sisters in law, Harriet Hamann and Elva Tripp.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd; her parents, an infant
daughter, five brothers Kenneth, Everett, Maynard, Milton and Lester Hamann;
and two sisters, Laura Finger, and Verna Haines.



 


Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below


Name:
Wayne Quist
Email:
wquist@northstarindustries.com and waynequist@comcast.net
Date:
Friday September 28, 2007

Memories

September 28, 2007 To Eula's family: On behalf of the Christdala Preservation Association in Millersburg, where Eula grew up, we wish to extend our sympathy to her family. The Hamann's were a part of the old Millersburg community for many years and in July 2007 our Preservation Association purchased the old Millersburg Schoolhouse where the Hamann children, inclkuding Eula, attended grade school before going on to high school in Northfield. We are now in the process of creating a Millersburg Schoolhouse Museum at the old Millersburg Schoolhouse and will have our first meeting on Friday, October 5, 2007 at 3:00 pm at the old Christdala Church two miles west of Millersburg to initiate activity for the museum. Hamann family members are welcome to attend this kickoff meeting. We hope to create sections in the museum to commemorate families that lived in the Millersburg area and attended the old Millersburg School. If any of Eula's family members have old pictures of Eula and the Hamann brothers at the Millersburg School, this might be a wonderful way to remember them for posterity. You are very welcome to join our effort and once again, please accept our sincere sympathy. Sincerely, Wayne Quist Secretary Christdala Preservation Association Millersburg Schoolhouse Museum 952-270-8764