VERONICA B. TRAMEL
Veronica B. Tramel, age 101, of Morristown and formerly of Fairfax, died at Pleasant Manor, Faribault on Sunday, January 25, 2015.
Funeral services will be at Church of St. Andrew in Fairfax on Friday, January 30, 2015 at 11 a.m. Spring interment will be at Zion Cemetery, Fairfax.
Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Thursday, January 29, 2015 from 4 to 7 p.m. and also at the church on Friday for one hour prior to the services.Veronica was born on August 20, 1913 in Olivia to Charles and Barbara (Herman) Kline. She spent her early years in Olivia attending both grade and high school there. Later she attended Mankato State and taught school in Olivia, Fairfax, and Morristown.
She married Benford Torgerson on August 29, 1944. He preceded her in death on September 7, 1966. She married Sam Tramel on October 15, 1972 and he passed away June 16, 1973. She was active in Red Cross, Senior Citizens, Renville County Extension Clubs, Retired Teachers, and Quilting at Waterville church.
She is survived by one step-daughter and son-in-law, Patty and Gary Meschke of Eau Claire, WI; two grandsons; three nieces; five nephews; and four great grandchildren.
Name: Jeanne Tramel Rasmussen
Date: Friday February 06, 2015
Dearest Patty and Family, Aunt Veronica was a dear auntie! I will have many positive memories of visiting her on the farm and when she moved. I just learned of her passing so belated condolences. Take care, Cousin Jeanne
Name: Theresa (Golombeski) & Michael Hazard
Date: Tuesday January 27, 2015
Patty, Gary & Family my deepest sympathy to all of you. I remember when my brothers & I were younger out on the farm in Morristown, all the fun we would have when Veronica & Sam starting seeing one another. They would come out to the farm to just talk & visit for a few hours, play cards & even play board games with us kids. They would get so wound up with us kids playing Monopoly---buying & selling---then saying---"Gee I thought I bought that place....No, you bought it the last time we played." We would laugh till the tears came down our cheeks. Then we would have lunch...a few times we made homemade ice cream---that was even better because then the stories would be from when they were kids & did this. I remember babysitting for "Charmin" that fluffy little white poodle when Veronica would go for a visit & not be able to take her along. I have too many memories to count from the good ole days. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.