LEO K. WUNDERLICH
Leo K. Wunderlich, age 74, of Faribault and formerly of Morristown, died on Saturday, March 29, 2008 at North Memorial Medical Center, Robbinsdale.
Funeral services will be held at the Faribault Church of Christ on Wednesday, April 2, 2008 at 2 p.m. with the Reverend Garry Rosenau officiating. Veteran’s military rites will be conducted by American Legion Post 149 of Morristown.
Visitation will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home on Tuesday, April 1, 2008 from 4 to 8 p.m. and also in the church for one hour prior to the service on Wednesday. A memorial service conducted by the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Aerie 1460 will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home.
Leo Keith, the son of Raymond J. and Dorothy L. (Stocker) Wunderlich was born February 17, 1934 in Faribault. He married Mildred Jones on July 4, 1954 and she preceded him in death on August 11, 1974. He married Annette “Ann” (Remington) Lundin on December 21, 1974. Leo was a lifelong farmer in the Morristown area. He also worked as a security guard at Shattuck-St. Mary’s for ten years. He was a member of American Legion Post 149 of Morristown and the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 1460 of Faribault. To many who knew him, he was known as the “Candy Man”.
He is survived by his wife, Annette of Faribault; one daughter, Cindy (and Robert) Shaw of Faribault; stepchildren, Nadine (and Ralph) Glidewell of Mount Washington, Kentucky, Christina (and Carl) Moran of Houston, Texas, Shirley (and Norman) Rost of Faribault, Raymond Schwartz of New York, Howard (and Becki) Lundin of Burnsville, Connie (and Mike) Affantranger of Faribault, James (and Dawn) Lundin of Morristown and Bill (and Marsha) Lundin of Live Oak, Florida; grandchildren; great grandchildren; one sister, Carole (and Harold) Schneider of Faribault; two brothers, Richard (and Judy) Wunderlich of Morristown and Marvin Wunderlich of Hastings; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Mildred; two step sons, Jack Lundin and Lawrence Schwartz, Jr.
AUNT NET, UNCLE LEO WILL BE MISSED BY EVERYONE WHO KNEW HIM. HE WAS AN INSPIRATION TO ALL. FROM ALL THE CARLSON-CARROLL FAMILY: REST IN PEACE "CANDY MAN". WHEN WE MEET AGAIN, WE WILL BE LOOKING FOR THE "TOOSIE ROLL ANGLE." DEEPEST SYMPATHY AND OUR LOVE TO ALL THE FAMILY. WE WILL KEEP YOU IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYER. LOVE TO ALL MARYLOU
You will be missed so much. We always knew when we were home on vacation that when we got ready to come back home, you would have a couple rings of bologna frozen and wrapped to make the trip. You knew I loved it and couldn't buy it in Kentucky. You always accepted us and treated us as if we were your own. I know you are in heaven checking everything out and will get to know every one their in no time. We will never get to see you here anymore, but we know you will be waiting for us, when we arrive in heaven. We loved you and always knew you would take care of Mom. We couldn't be at the funeral in person, but we were their in spirit and I know you felt our presence.
It was great to have you as a brother. You will be greatly missed. May God be with you and rest in peace Love Ya Marv W.
Cindy and family, I was surprise to see the passing of your father. I just visit with your father and his wife Ann at my Mother's visitation, Friday evening… I ask about you. … My Mother lived just across the street from Jim Lundin… My Mother often spoke of the Wunderlich family, being neighbors to them (Buscho’s) growing up. You and your family have our deepest sympathy …Jim and Mary Lou (Morgan) Davidson
Paul and I thought Leo was such a neat guy. We had so much fun with him. We enjoyed spending time with him and Ann and going places with them. We will always remember him. He had quite a sense of humour which was enjoyed very much._______AND A POCKET FULL OF CANDY. He will remain in our hearts and our prayers.