There was a Celebration of Life for Henry “Hank” Jacobsen, age 89 of Tyler, on Monday, July 7 at 2 p.m. at Danebod Lutheran Church in Tyler. Memorial visitation was Sunday from 4-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 6:30 p.m. at Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Tyler. Burial was in Danebod Cemetery.
He died Wednesday, July 2 at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in Tyler.
Arrangements were provided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Tyler. Send online condolences at www.hartquistfuneral.com.
Henry “Hank” Martin Jacobsen was born March 9, 1925 to Nils Aage and Andrea (Panum) Jacobsen in Tyler. He was baptized and confirmed at Danebod Lutheran Church in Tyler and graduated from Tyler High School in 1943. He was drafted into the U.S. Army during World War II, attained the rank of First Sergeant, served in the infantry in the South Pacific and was honorably discharged and returned home to Tyler. He continued his education in Kansas City as a watch repairman. He was united in marriage to Wilburta Sanderson. He moved back to Tyler in 1948 and worked with his father at Jacobsen Jewelry. In 1951 he became a State Farm Insurance Agent. In 1985 Henry married Sharon Quinn Hinz. He retired in 1998. On Wednesday, July 2, Henry died at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in Tyler at the age of 89 years, three months and 23 days.
Hank was a member of Danebod Lutheran Church. He directed the Junior Choir for many years and served on the Finance Committee. He was committed to Tyler over his lifetime, serving as mayor for 12 years, Secretary of the Lincoln County Fair Board, charter member of the Lions Club, charter memberof the Hope DAC Board, SMSU Campus Religious Center Board of Directors, Tyler Hospital Board and many other community affiliated boards. He was a member of the A.C. Hansen American Legion Post in Tyler. He enjoyed boating, camping, singing, flowers, gardening, music of various genres, and politics. He was well known in Tyler as a town historian and a committed Democrat, willing to express his opinion and loving a good debate. He liked traveling and socializing, but most of all he cherished time spent with family and friends.
Thankful for having shared his life are his wife Sharon Jacobsen of Tyler; children, Susan Jacobsen of Minneapolis, Greta (Michael) Murray of Ghent and Barbara (Mark) Risjord of Atlanta,Ga.; stepchildren, Laurie (Carl) Putze of Mankato, Gregory (Tammy) Hinz of Humboldt, Iowa, Dawn (Charlie) Deutz of Marshall and Erin (Dennis) Jensen of Marshall; 15 grandchildren, Jacob and Anna Murray, Andrea and Hannah Risjord, Amanda Lee, Erica Putze, Matthew (Hailey) Hinz, Lyndsie (E.J.) Adams, Jordan, Paige, Dereck and Dawsyn Deutz, and Hannah, Noah and Jonah Jensen; and many other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters Elin Frandsen and Mildred Duffy; brothers Evald “Ipsy” Jacobsen and Almer “Nellie” Jacobsen; and son-in-law Jerome Downes.
Blessed be his memory.
In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials to Ridgeview Hospice in Tyler, Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in Tyler, or Tyler Area Community Foundation.
Bob Trandem, formerly of Red Wing and Hay Creek Township, passed away on June 27 in Hendricks after a period of declining health over the last two years.
A memorial service will be held on July 3 at 11 a.m. at Bethel Lutheran Church, Astoria, S.D., with visitation starting at 10 a.m. A followup social gathering in Bob’s long-time hometown of Red Wing will be scheduled at a later date.His final resting place will be in Oak Wood Cemetery alongside his first wife Barbara Haynie Trandem.
Arrangements are with Birk Funeral Home of Hendricks. Online registry at www.birkfuneralhome.com.
Bob was born on a dairy farm between Erskine and Mentor in 1932 and he grew up eager to leave the farm and see the world. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Moorhead State University, then joined the Navy at the very end of the Korean War and earned his wings as a helicopter pilot. He served on aircraft carriers in the South Pacific after the war and as a support pilot during the Nevada nuclear tests in the 1950s. After completing his active duty (during which he met and married first wife Barbara Haynie of Hutchinson, Kan.), he returned to Minnesota where he began work as a math teacher, first in Willmar, but shortly landing in Red Wing, where he spent the next 30-plus years raising three sons, serving his community and teaching three generations of students algebra and college-prep pre-calculus.
Bob was a notable leader within his church and in the local teacher’s union, both in Red Wing and at the state level. He was a finalist for Teacher of the Year in the State of Minnesota and also served as Treasurer of that organization. He maintained a hand in the armed forces during the schoolteaching years, serving as a Navy Reserve helicopter pilot, eventually reaching the rank of Captain and squadron leader of the Minnesota wing of the Naval Air Reserve division. Several different high school math classes independently created the same nickname for him— Captain Bob. Along the way he completed an MA in higher mathematics through summer studies at Kansas State University in Hutchinson, Kan.
After losing wife Barbara to cancer in 1996, Bob married again, to family friend Barbara Olson, and moved to the Hendricks area, an environment that spoke to his roots as a farm boy. Here he continued a habit of community service with the local golf club and with the Habitat for Humanity organization. These years also saw a significant amount of world travel with Barb and his sister and brother-in-law. He retained a remarkable level of youthful energy and enthusiasm until the last few years, when a variety of health issues compromised his strength, but never his spirit.
Bob was known throughout his life for his cheerful willingness to help others in need, including neighbors, family members, students and his community. His good nature in the face of adversity was noted by everyone. We will miss him sorely, but are glad that he has now reached a must-deserved rest, free of discomfort.
He was preceded in death by his first wife Barbara and parents Elmer and Raginald (Moen). He is survived by his second wife Barbara Olson Trandem; brother Sheldon; sister Janice; three sons—Elliot, Brad and Bryan (wife Mary), and two grown grandchildren, Kienan and Linnea; two stepsons, Jack (Julie) Olson and Bert Olson; one stepdaughter, Nancy (Robert); five stepgrandchildren, three stepgreat-grandchildren and many beloved nieces and nephews.
Arden James Ramlo, age 85, born March 16, 1929 to Gilbert and Ina Ramlo in Hendricks, was welcomed into the loving arms of his Heavenly Father on May 11.
He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Gloria, parents Gilbert and Ina and siblings Arleen, Glendon and Myra. He is survived by daughters Debbie (Meyer) and Jennifer (Palmer), sons Dave, Steve and Scott, and grandchildren Jon, Ashley, David, Allyson, Sam, Emma, Brooke and Sophia.
Arden attended Augsburg College, was a sergeant in the United States Marine Corp, worked as an accountant, owned and operated a tax business and was a long-time employee of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He was an active member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. He retired at age 70.
Arden will be best remembered for his compassion and devotion to family, his friendliness to everyone he met and his love of the Lord. His love for his hometown and the people of Hendricks remained a soft spot in his heart until the day he died.
He is buried at Fort Snelling Cemetery. A celebration of his life was held at St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church in Minneapolis on Friday, May 16.
Berniece C. Heyl Peterson, age 97 of Estelline, S.D., died on Thursday, June 26 at the Brookings Hospital.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. on Monday, June 30 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Estelline. Visitation was 4-7 p.m. Sunday at Geise Funeral Home in Estelline.
Berniece C. (Lindus) Heyl Peterson, daughter of Frank and Anna Lindus, was born Aug. 13, 1916 in Baldwin, Wisc. She spent her early years and received her education in rural school in Lincoln County. Berniece was united in marriage to Orville Heyl on Oct. 1, 1939 in Arco. They lived in Hendricks until moving to Hayti, S.D. in 1968, where they owned and operated the City Liquor Store. Orville died on May 19, 1973 and she was united in marriage to Edward “Pete” Peterson on April 12, 1975 in Clark, S.D. After their marriage they lived in Estelline and after Pete’s death on Feb. 21, 1993 Berniece continued to make Estelline her home. She died on Thursday, June 26 at the Brookings Hospital at the age of 97 years.
She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Estelline, S.D.
Grateful for having shared her life are her daughter Anitra Holter and her husband Ron of Estelline, S.D.; son Ardell Heyl and his wife Myrna of Hill City, S.D.; seven grandsons, eight great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandsons; her sister Violet Reinertson and her friend Harry Hanson of Hendricks; her brother Harley Lindus and his wife Lois of Grantsburg, Wisc., and a host of other relatives and friends.
Berniece was preceded in death by her two husbands and her parents.
Juanita Virgene Nolz of Hendricks passed away on Sunday, June 22 at her home in Hendricks at the age of 70 years, eight months and 22 days.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 27 at Singsaas Free Lutheran Church in rural Hendricks with Pastor Ron Smith officiating. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, June 26 at the Birk Funeral Home in Hendricks with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitation will resume one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial will be in the Singsaas Free Lutheran Church Cemetery. Online registry at www.birkfuneralhome.com.
Duane Hogie will be the organist, with the congregation singing “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee” and “Amazing Grace.” The congregation will be welcomed by a piano solo played by Juanita from the “Today’s Country Church and Their Sweet Hour Of Prayer” CD recorded at the Singsaas Church in 2008. There will be special music by Jeff Moen singing “Jesus Loves Me,” Beth Hansen singing “The Lord’s Prayer” and a piano solo by Haley Nelson. Jay Nelson will read a “Tribute To A Great Teacher,” written by Andrea Jaeger when she was Juanita’s student at Clear Lake (Deuel) Middle School. The postlude will be another of Juanita’s recorded piano solos from the CD entitled “Sweet Hour of Prayer.” Active casketbearers will be her grandchildren Caleb Nolz, Isaac Nolz and Bridget Brenner, her nephews Jay Nelson and Shale Nelson, and her niece Haley Nelson.
Memorial gifts may be given to Singsaas Cemetery, Singsaas Maintenance Fund or Good Shepherd Hospice of Hendricks.
Juanita Virgene Sandro was born Sept. 28, 1943 at the Hendricks Hospital to Isaac and Harriet (Hanson) Sandro. She was baptized and confirmed at Singsaas Lutheran Church. She received her elementary and high school education from the Hendricks Public Schools, graduating in 1961. After she graduated from SDSU, she was united in marriage to Jerome Nolz on June 26, 1965. To this union one son was born and one Korean daughter was adopted. Together they lived in Clear Lake, where they both taught school. Their summers and many weekends were spent at their lake home situated on the shore of Oak Lake.
Juanita’s lifelong interest in education was the driving force toward her earning a Master’s Degree in Guidance and Counseling from SDSU in 1973.
Professionally, Mrs. Nolz taught middle school English for 42 years in the Clear Lake (Deuel) School System. Educational organizations in which she participated were CLEA, SDEA, NEA, and SDMLEA. Teaching piano for 35 years was a professional endeavor, as well.
Community activities included community chorus accompanist and summer theater accompanist. School activities included musicals, middle school chorus and contest accompanist. Juanita’s lifelong commitment to the church included 50-plus years as organist. She was involved as financial secretary, on the stewardship committee, Sunday School superintendent, Sunday School treasurer, and various WELCA activities and offices. She was accompanist for two Singsaas Church CDs, “Christmas in the Old Country Church” and “Today’s Country Church and Their Sweet Hour of Prayer,” in which she played the piano solo.
Noteworthy and mentionable honors and awards received were the Jaycee’s Outstanding Young Educator Award, Who’s Who Among American Teachers and Forty Years of Service at Deuel School Plaque.
Besides teaching and music, other interests included reading, traveling, sewing, home decorating and playing with her grandchildren when they were young. She had a cardinal collection (hundreds) and a miniature piano collection.
Juanita was an active wife, mother and grandmother, a noteworthy musician and a dedicated teacher who is survived by her loving husband Jerry of Hendricks; one son, Chad (Julie) Nolz of Milbank, S.D., and one daughter, T. Anya (Doyle) Brenner of Flagstaff, Ariz.; three grandchildren—Caleb and Isaac Nolz and Bridget Brenner of Flagstaff, Ariz.; one sister, Violet (Michael) Nelson of Hendricks; two nephews, Jay and Shale Nelson; one niece, Haley Nelson; two sisters-in-law, Diana (Darald) Roth of Mitchell, S.D. and Marjean (Rex) Gab of Bowdle, S.D.; and four nieces-in-law. She was preceded in death by her parents.
A quote from Juanita is her final message, “To God be great and special thanks for my musical talent. This has always been my forte, but I was also a teacher!”
Berneil Jacobson, age 95 of Hendricks, passed away on Tuesday, June 17 at the Hendricks Nursing Home in Hendricks.
Funeral service was at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, June 23 at Christ Lutheran Church in Hendricks with Rev. Gene Anderson officiating. Visitation was 5-7 p.m. on Sunday, June 22 at the Birk Funeral Home in Hendricks with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitation resumed one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial was at the Marshall Cemetery in Marshall.
Berneil Arlene Jacobson was born on April 18, 1919 in Ivanhoe to parents Frank and Myrtle (Roberts) Caldwell. She graduated from Marshall High School in 1937 and later attended business college in Minneapolis. For many years Berneil worked as a clerk at the ASCS offices in Clarkfield, Marshall and Willmar. When she retired from the ASCS office she studied and passed her exams to become a realtor then sold properties and homes for the next 18 years.
Berneil was united in marriage in 1946 to Milton Jacobson in Minneapolis and together they raised four children. After marriage they lived on a farm near Clarkfield until they retired and moved to Willmar. Milton passed away in 2000.
On Nov. 18, 2007 Berneil married her high school sweetheart Chris Hoversten at Christ Lutheran Church in Hendricks. They enjoyed spending time together visiting and traveling.
Over the years she enjoyed spending time at the lake, camping, singing and playing cards. When the children were young she enjoyed being a 4-H leader for many years. Attending her grandchildren’s activities was a highlight for Berneil. Most valued to her was her time spent visiting with family and friends.
She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Woman’s Bible Study and the Hendricks Kiwanis Club.
Grateful for having shared Berneil’s life is her husband Chris Hoversten of Hendricks; her four children—Patricia (Donald) Lindblad of Dawson, William (Bette) Nelson of Wahkon, Linda (Carl) Sletten of Tampa, Fla., and Cindy (John) DeJaeghere of Russell; 12 grandchildren—Kevin (Kim) Lindblad, Kimberly (Kelly) VanWeelden, Kristyn (Jeff) Wicht, Karla (Jerrad) Perkins, Kandyce (Jeremy) Gross, Stacy (Barb) Nelson, Chad (Lisa) Nelson, Tory Sletten, Jeremy Ordemann, Elissa (Joe) Lien, David Ordemann and Krista Ordemann; 20 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Milton Jacobson, sister Viola Stelter and one great-grandson, Jake Perkins.
Blessed be her memory.
Kermit Julian Ueland, age 74 of Brookings, S.D., passed away Friday, June 6 at the Brookings Hospital. Memorial services were at 2 p.m. Monday, June 16 at First Lutheran Church in Brookings. Eidsness Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Memorials may be directed to the St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, S.D.
Kermit Julian Ueland was born Oct. 17, 1939 in Hendricks to Lewis and Bertha (Sommervold) Ueland. He was baptized and confirmed at Calvary Lutheran Church in Hendricks. He attended Hendricks Public School, graduating in 1958. Four days after graduation he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served as an Army medic in Hawaii until being honorably discharged in 1960.Following his service, he moved to Minneapolis, where he worked at the Hotel Leamington for seven years. While living in Minneapolis, Kermit married Sharon (Anderson) Ueland in 1964.
Kermit and Sharon moved to Brookings, S.D. in 1967. He then started working at South Dakota State University as a custodian. He worked at SDSU for the next 34 years, retiring in 2001.
Kermit was a lifelong fan of the Minnesota Vikings and especially enjoyed watching the games with his grandson Ciaran. He was also an avid reader and could often be found reading American history and the Bible. Kermit treasured time spent with his family and loved to exchange funny stories with them over coffee.
For many years, Kermit was a supporter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Paralyzed Veterans of America and St. Joseph’s Indian School.
Kermit is survived by his brother Harris (Charlotte) Ueland of Marshall; his children, Lori Ueland of Brookings, S.D. and Stacey (Lorcan) Ueland-McGuinness of Sioux Falls, S.D.; one grandchild, Ciaran McGuinness of Sioux Falls, S.D., and many cousins. He is also survived by his former wife Sharon Ueland, and her daughter Mary Beth, both of Brookings, S.D., and many loving in-laws of Colorado and the Republic of Ireland.
Kermit was preceded in death by his parents Lewis and Bertha, his baby brother Lovaine, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was also preceded in death by his ever faithful dog Shelsie.
Tommy Johnson, age 80 of Hendricks, passed away on Sunday, June 1 at the Hendricks Nursing Home.
Funeral service was at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4 at the Hendricks Hospital Chapel in Hendricks with Pastor Allen Molascon officiating. Visitation was one hour prior to the service at the Hendricks Hospital Chapel. Burial was at the Hendricks City Cemetery with military honors by the Rueben-Hansen American Legion Post 195 of Hendricks.
Birk Funeral Home of Hendricks was entrusted with the arrangements.
Thomas Gilmore Johnson was born to Gilmore and Mary (Sommervold) Johnson on Feb. 26, 1934 in Hendricks. He was the youngest of nine children. He attended school and graduated from Hendricks Public School in 1953.
In 1956 Tommy met and pursued Hendricks’ newest lab tech, Elaine Ann High. In 1957 Tommy served in the U.S. Army in Germany and his new wife and love of his life Elaine joined him after their marriage on Oct. 20, 1957. They returned from Germany and he worked for the Hendricks Farmers Creamery for years while also selling cars.
It is still close to tell which is greater—the number of cups of coffee he consumed, card games he played or the number of miles he’s driven in his 60-plus-year car dealing career.
Tommy survived many ups and downs during his life, but he kept his smile and his never-give-up attitude. Tommy loved life, and loved Elaine and his family very much.
Tommy was a car dealer’s-dealer and a salesman at heart. He would sell anything that wasn’t nailed down. He enjoyed selling cars, driving, playing Bingo and card games, stopping for coffee and hanging out with his grandson Noah.
Tommy is survived by Elaine; children Crystal (companion Erik Brown), Tim (friend Sam Martin), Jennifer Vande Griend (Jason) and Gaylene Johnson; grandchildren Thomas, Allyson and Noah Hamling; step-grandchildren Joel (Sara) Vande Griend and Jocelyn Vande Griend; one step-great-grandchild he didn’t get to meet, Brendan Vande Griend, and many nieces, nephews and a host of friends.
Tommy was preceded in death by his parents Gilmore and Mary Johnson; brothers Edwin Sommervold, Glen Johnson and Robert Johnson; sisters Dawn (Bob) Stockwell and Delores (Bud) Stave and Loretta Johnson in infancy; sister-in-law Agnes Johnson; nephew Terry Larson; great-niece Amy Dirnberger; and many dear friends and drivers who became part of the family—Raymond and Kenny Sommervold, Irwin Ronning, Little Tom Trooien, Dennis Wistinski, Earl Krier and, last but not least, his most frequent and valued car buyer Arnold Digre.
Memorial services for Cheryl Kjergaard, age 58 of Lake Benton, were Saturday, May 31 at 10:30 a.m. at Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. Memorial visitation was Friday, 4-8 p.m., with a prayer service at 7 p.m., all at the church. Burial was in Diamond Lake Cemetery, rural Lake Benton.
She died Tuesday, May 27 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Arrangements were provided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Lake Benton. Send online condolences at www.hartquistfuneral.com.
Cheryl Ann Kjergaard was born Sept. 24, 1955 to Robert and Phyllis (Monahan) Kuhn in Tyler. She was baptized and confirmed at Lake Benton United Methodist Church. She grew up in Lake Benton and graduated from Lake Benton High School in 1974, where she was Homecoming Queen. After high school, she completed the floral design program at Central Lakes College in Brainerd and worked at Bofferding Flower Shop in Marshall. On June 7, 1975 Cheryl married Steve Kjergaard at Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. Their union was blessed with three children and 38 years of life together. The couple made their home and raised their family on the farm north of Lake Benton. Cheryl worked at Cenex Harvest States and at First Security Bank in Lake Benton. In June 2013 she was diagnosed with colon cancer. She fought a courageous battle and remained optimistic with life through it all. On Tuesday, May 27, Cheryl passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D. at the age of 58.
Cheryl was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton and a member of the Lake Benton American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed quilting, scrapbooking, flower gardening and design. She especially loved time spent spoiling her two grandsons, Brody and Drake.
Cheryl is lovingly remembered by her husband Steve of Lake Benton; her children, Lance Kjergaard of Lake Benton, Cody (Andrea) Kjergaard of Kulm, N.D. and Kristi (Matt) Eickhoff of Lake Benton; grandsons Brody Eickhoff and Drake Kjergaard; mother Phyllis Kuhn of Lake Benton; siblings, Sandy (John) Cornelius of Whittier, Calif., Jeff (Linda) Kuhn of Winona, Linda (Larry) Englund of Brandon, and Joan (Tedd) Johnson of Rowlett, Texas; and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her father Robert Kuhn.
Philip Krier, age 70 of Hendricks, passed away on Monday, May 19 at his home in rural Hendricks.
Funeral service was at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 22 at Brookings Christian Church in Brookings, S.D. with Rev. David Manley officiating. Visitation was 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 21 at the Birk Funeral Home in Hendricks, with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitation resumed one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial was at the Hendricks City Cemetery. Birk Funeral Home of Hendricks was entrusted with the arrangements.
Philip Martin Krier, son of Bill and Velva (Warner) Krier, was born April 18, 1944 in Hendricks. He grew up on a farm southeast of Hendricks in Shaokatan Township. He graduated from Hendricks High School with the Class of 1962. He continued farming with his dad and brother Earl after graduation. A special time in Phil’s life was helping Harry Nielsen on his farm.
For Phil it was love at first sight and he was united in marriage to Nona Vaselaar on Jan. 5, 1966 in White, S.D. Together they were blessed with six children. After their marriage he continued farming until 1986. He then worked for Starry and Bowes Construction from 1986–1991. In 1991 he began at Brookings Wal-Mart and retired in July 2013.
In the fall of 1973 Phil was immersed into Jesus and later in life recommitted his life to Christ. Phil showed his love by quiet actions, continual giving and asking nothing in return.
Some of Phil’s interests included deer hunting, trapping, gardening, bird watching and playing Pinochle and horseshoes. Hunting for asparagus in road ditches and watching the weekly specials at the grocery stores was also enjoyable for Phil. He loved to stock the refrigerator, freezer and shelves. Some of his greatest joys were raising six children, camping and fishing and spending time with his 20 grandchildren.
Grateful for having shared Phil’s life is his wife of 48 years, Nona Krier of Hendricks; his six children—Kevin (Michelle) Krier of Sioux Falls, S.D., Kyle (Susan) Krier of Ivanhoe, Kaylene (Wayne) Resmen of Brookings, S.D., Keith (Dawn) Krier of Hendricks, Korisa (Micah) Eidem of Brookings, S.D., and Kolyn (Katie) Krier of Hendricks; 20 grandchildren—Kauryn, Hunter and Haley Krier, Preston Alderson, Ethan, Anna and Jadyn Krier, Kaitlin, Weston, Wyatt, Kandis and Walker Resmen, Courtney, Cole, Carter and Claire Eidem, Hadley, Joeve, Keithten and Kolten Krier; two sisters, Helen Olson and Lois Olson, both of Hendricks, plus numerous nieces, nephews and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Earl Krier; two brothers-in-law, Wayne Olson and Kenneth Olson; and one infant granddaughter, Madellin Krier.
Phil chose to be on home hospice so he could be surrounded and cared for by his family.
In lieu of flowers the family prefers memorials.
Blessed be his memory.