Vivian Lambertson, 73, sister of GM woman
Vivian "Jean" Lambertson, 73, of Austin, a former Hormel Foods Corp. employee, died Wednesday, Dec. 29, 1999, at Austin Medical Center.
Vivian Haney was born Sept. 8, 1926, in Austin, grew up in the area, attended a country school and graduated from Austin High School in 1946. On Oct. 30, 1946, she married Cecil Lambertson. She worked at the Hub Café in Austin and was employed in the Dairy pak/dry sausage area at Hormel for 22 years. She enjoyed drawing, watching television, working word-find puzzles, and playing cards and bingo.
Survivors include five daughters, Judy (Mrs. Gene) Storry of Tucson, Ariz., Nancy (Mrs. Stephen) Drees, Bonnie (Mrs. Wes) Paddack and Debra Lambertson, all of Austin, and Vickie Freed of Granite City, Ill.; 17 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Ardith (Mrs. Harold) Davis of Lansing and Karen (Mrs. Jake) Freese of Grand Meadow; and two brothers, Warner Haney of Apache Junction, Ariz., and Everette "Stanley" Haney of Utah. She was preceded in death by her husband, two daughters and a sister.
The funeral was Monday at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Austin with the Rev. Paul Nelson officiating. Burial was in Grandview Cemetery in Austin
Elmer Lange, 79, of Harmony
Elmer August Lange, 79, died at his home in rural Harmony on Saturday, June 3, 2000, following an illness with cancer.
He was born on March 15, 1921, on the Lange family farm, the son of Friebert and Sarah (Miller) Lange. He attended rural schools. On May 30, 1945, he was united in marriage to Marguerite Hovey at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, near Big Spring, where he was a lifetime member.
The couple resided in Fillmore County all their married life and had just celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary. He was proud that he attained a private pilot's license. During his years of employment, he drove construction equipment for Kraling and Anderson Quarries, worked for Rochester Dairy in Harmony, which included driving truck for them. He also owned a can milk route, drove gas transport for Bergey Company, and in the last years worked on a farm for his brother before retiring.
He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Ramona (Rodney) Grooters of Raleigh, N.C.; two granddaughters, Rachel and Renee; two brothers, Manley and Manford, both of Harmony; and three sisters, Viola (George) Klomp of Stewartville, Annabelle Kvam of Harmony, and Dolly (Arlyn) Mensink of Goodhue.
Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Big Spring, in rural Harmony on Tuesday with burial in the Big Spring Cemetery.
Lindstrom Funeral Home, Harmony, was in charge of arrangements.
Lloyd Larson, 76, brother of SG woman
Lloyd Willard Larson, 76, died Aug. 26, 1999.
He was born July 3, 1923, at home on the farm in Highland Township, Winneshiek County, Iowa, the son of Henry O. and Nora (Vinji) Larson.
Baptized in Highland Church on July 22, 1923, under the hand of the Rev. T. O. Tolo. Lloyd's sponsors were Thomas and Caroline Selness, Orin Peterson and Stella Larson. He confirmed his faith also at Highland Church on Aug. 15, 1937, under the guidance of the Rev. T. O. Tolo. He attended the Grindeland School through the eighth grade and was a member of 4-H.
He worked at home on the farm in Highland Township and did farm work all his life. When he retired, he moved into Decorah and lived with his sister, Marian Thomann, until she died on Sunday, April 16, 1995.
Mr. Larson was a life-long member of Highland Lutheran Church. In October 1996, when cancer was discovered, he moved to the nursing home in Caledonia.
Mr. Larson never married but he thoroughly enjoyed his family of nephews and nieces and their children. Among the pallbearers are his oldest and youngest great-nephews, Merlin Halverson and Jeremy Bjerke. Mr. Larson is survived by one sister, Stella Bjerke of Spring Grove; several nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews, and a special friend, Pernella Twite of Caledonia. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Norman and Herbert Larson, and a sister, Marian Thomann, and her husband.
Funeral services were Saturday at Highland Lutheran Church with the Rev. David Andreae officiating. Interment was in Highland Lutheran Cemetery.
French and Balik Funeral Home in Decorah was in charge of arrangements.
Melvin Carlton Larson, 87, of Spring Grove
Melvin Carlton Larson, 87, of Spring Grove, died at his home on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2000.
He was born March 1, 1913, in Spring Grove and was a lifelong resident of the area. He attended the rural "Rood School" and farmed and worked as a baler repairman. He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Spring Grove.
Survivors include a special friend, Dorothy Inglett of Spring Grove, and several nieces and nephews.
An infant brother preceded him in death.
The funeral was at Trinity Lutheran Church in Spring Grove on Wednesday. Burial is in the church cemetery.
Roble Funeral Home of Spring Grove was in charge of arrangements.
Margaret Lauthen, 79, formerly of Mabel
Margaret Julia Oswald Lauthen, formerly of Mabel, died this summer at the age of 79.
She was born on May 5, 1921, the oldest of six children born to Herman and Augusta (Hey) Oswald in Minneapolis. She graduated from Kimball High School in 1938. She continued her education attending Business School and later worked for Prudential in downtown Minneapolis.
She married Dayton Lauthen on December 20, 1944. The couple lived in South St. Paul, Ortonville, Clarissa, Mabel, Fertile, Tracy and Alexandria in 1979.
Mrs. Lauthen was involved in community and church affairs and activities. She was active in several Bible studies, was a member of PEO and was a bookkeeper at Broadway Floral. She enjoyed knitting, sewing, cooking, making ceramics, quilting and flowers. She and her husband enjoyed making lefse together and serving it with lutefisk to family members.
She is survived by sons John (Deborah) Lauthen of Iowa City, Iowa; Mark (Barb) Lauthen of Belle Plaine, Iowa; Robert (Ann) Lauthen of Mission Viejo, Calif.; daughters Jane Allen of Huntington Beach, Calif., and Mary (Doug) Gorder of Excelsior; seven grandchildren; a sister, Betty Gelting of Minneapolis; brothers: Robert (Tess) Oswald of San Diego, Calif,; Allan (Jean) Oswald of Loveland, Colo.; Jack (Marion) Oswald of La Mesa, Calif.; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband and her sister, Ann Woelbeling.
A funeral service was held on June 12 at First Lutheran Church, Alexandria, with the Revs. Gary Gilthvedt and Russell Osterberg officiating. Interment was in Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis. The Rev. David Olson was the officiant. Arrangements were with the Anderson Funeral Home in Alexandria.
Stella Lee, 86, of Mabel
Stella Lee, 86, of Mabel died Sunday, Oct. 1, 2000, at Green Lea Manor Nursing Home two weeks after suffering a severe stroke.
Stella Vatland Lee was born on the family farm north of Mabel in Fillmore County on March 1, 1914, to Lewis and Caroline (Garness) Vatland. After her early education in the Newburg School, she attended and graduated from the Mabel High School in 1931. She married Byron M. Lee on May 4, 1934, and they resided in Mabel for the duration of their lives. They were blessed with two children, Jon and Judy (Hustad). Mr. Lee died on July 24, 1996.
Mrs. Lee was a dear and strong nurturing mother, a woman of deep faith and bright spirit, who loved and gladly served her church. For 25 years she served as a postal clerk in the Mabel Post Office. She was known as a dear friend, with warm and wise counsel to all who knew her. She was a member of the Mabel First Lutheran Church and its WELCA.
Stella is survived by her son, Jon (Stefani) of Dallas, Texas; a daughter, Judy (Mrs. Ron) Hustad of Grass Valley, Calif.; four grandchildren, Cynthia Lee Schluter, Erica Lee Brown, Andrew Hustad and Edward Hustad; five great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband; three brothers, Nelvin, Gust and Byron; and a sister, Lillie.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Mabel First Lutheran Church in Mabel with the Rev. Lloyd Menke officiating. Burial will be in the Mabel Lutheran Cemetery. Mengis Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Paul Leitz, 81, of Granger area
Paul Leitz, 81, of Florenceville, near Granger, died Tuesday, July 18, 2000, at Evans Memorial Home in Cresco.
He was born July 2, 1919, in Granger. On Dec. 27, l954, he married Loretta V. Stevenson at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Granger. They lived in Waterloo, Iowa, where he was employed by Rath Packing Company for 28 years, and moved to Florenceville following his retirement in 1979.
Survivors include his wife, a daughter, Carol Steege of Cedar Falls, Iowa; a son, Reed Stevenson of Cresco; three grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; and two sisters, Emily Bearman of Waterloo and Martha Biel of Harmony.
The funeral was Friday, July 21, at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, with burial in the church cemetery.
Lindstrom Funeral Home in Cresco was in charge of services.
Charles Gary Lichty, 51, of Cherry Grove
Charles "Charlie" Gary Lichty, 51, of Cherry Grove, a Mayo Clinic employee, died Sunday morning, Aug. 13, 2000. At Seasons Hospice in Rochester after a long illness.
He was born Feb. 22, 1949, in Cresco, Iowa, the son of Wallace and Arlene (Michener) Lichty. He graduated from Spring Valley High School in 1967, and attended Rochester Junior College for two years. He married Deanna Sack on Aug. 29, 1970, in Spring Valley. He worked at Peoples Cooperative Power until 1974 when he went into partnership with his father in the Cherry Grove Garage, a custom chemical and fertilizer applicating business. He was an active member of the Cherry Grove United Methodist Church, where he had served for a number of years as church treasurer. In 1990 he started working for Mayo Clinic where he was employed when he took ill in Oct. 1999. He was also a part-time employee of Rochester City Lines and drove the Spring Valley commuter route.
He is survived by his wife, Deanna; two sons, Jason and wife, April, of Waseca, and Matthew of Kasota, Minn.; three grandchildren, Jennifer, Jeremy and Autumn, all of Waseca; two brothers, Harlan (Cindy) of Hastings and Mark (Mary) of Stewartville; and his stepmother, Dorothy Lichty of Cherry Grove.
He was preceded in death by his father, mother, and one brother.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m., today (Wednesday) at the Cherry Grove United Methodist Church with the Rev. Mark Rader officiating. Burial will be in the Cherry Grove Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Thauwald Funeral Home in Spring Valley from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and at the church on Wednesday one hour before the service.
Thauwald Funeral Home in Spring Valley is in charge of arrangements.
Carolyn D. Lillejord, formerly of Lanesboro
Carolyn Dereth Lillejord, 67, of Jamestown, N. D., formerly of Lanesboro, died Saturday morning, Aug. 12, 2000, at the Jamestown Hospital.
Carolyn Dereth Simonson was born April 19, 1933, in Rochester, grew up in Lanesboro, graduated from Lanesboro High School in 1947, and attended Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lanesboro where she served as organist during her high school years. She graduated from Macalester College in St. Paul where she majored in elementary education and minored in organ, and then taught first grade in the Hopkins, Minn., school system for several years. On June 15, 1957, she married Nels Lillejord. She had served as organist for 39 years for churches where her husband was a pastor. In August 1999 they retired from active ministry and moved to Jamestown.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Jon (Connie) of Jamestown and the Rev. David (Joy) of Eagan, Minn.; three grandchildren, and a half sister, Alice Newhouse of Edina, Minn.
The funeral was Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jamestown, N. D., with the Rev. Terry Anderson officiating. Burial will be 11 a.m. Thursday in Lanesboro Cemetery.
Eddy Funeral Home in Jamestown was in charge of arrangements.
Lyle E. Lillie, 74, formerly of Wykoff
Lyle E. Lillie, 74, of Jacksonville, Ark., and formerly of Wykoff, died Sept. 18, 2000, at his home.
He was born Jan. 22, 1926, the son of Lloyd and Medora (Rath) Lillie, and attended District 97 country school.
Survivors include Bonnie (Max) Graham of Beebe, Ark., Eileen (Jim) Alloy of Poncha Springs, Colo., Penny (Jack) Brockob and Karla Kanaris of Tacoma, Wash.; a sister, Nerona (Edward) Winslow of Chatfield, a half brother, Robert Lillie of Arizona, and nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were held at the Fillmore Cemetery. The body was cremated.
Agnes M. Linaman, 90, Spring Valley
Agnes M. Linaman, 90, of Spring Valley, died Thursday morning, Jan. 6, 2000, at the Preston Good Samaritan Center.
Agnes Megears was born Sept. 2, 1909, at Bellechester, Minn., the daughter of John and Susan (Schmitz) Megears. She was raised in the Bellechester area and attended parochial school there. She married Fred Linaman June 17, 1929, in Bellechester. The couple lived in several Minnesota areas before moving to Spring Valley in 1962. She was a homemaker. He died April 7, 1991. She became a resident of the Preston Good Samaritan Center in 1995.
She was a member of St. Ignatius Catholic Church in Spring Valley.
She is survived by four sons and daughters-in-law, James and Peggy of Mesa, Ariz., Bernard "Ben" and Glenora of Kenyon, Minn., Frank of Rochester and Donald and Darlene of Sparks, Nev.; one daughter and son-in-law, Donna and Paul Merkel of Spring Valley; 21 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Marie Bennrotte of Plainview, Minn.
She was preceded in death by one daughter, Helen Winslow; two sons, Fred and Louie; three brothers; and one sister.
The funeral Mass was Saturday, Jan. 8, at St. Columban Catholic Church in Preston, Minn., with Rev. Thomas Loomis officiating. Burial was in the St. Ignatius Catholic Cemetery in Spring Valley.
Thauwald Funeral Home in Spring Valley was in charge of arrangements.
Clarence Erick Liudahl, 77, of Harmony
Clarence Erick Liudahl, 77, of Harmony, died July 15, 2000, at the Harmony Nursing Home following an illness with cancer.
Born June 26, 1923, in Spring Grove to Clarence and Ruth (Solseth) Liudahl, his family moved to rural Harmony in 1931. He married Blanche Johnson Winslow on June 18, 1952, at the Nativity Catholic Church in Harmony and they later divorced. He married Maxine Graff in December of 1981 and they later divorced. He operated Liudahl Plumbing and Heating from 1951 to 1975, and farmed until retirement in 1989. He enjoyed hunting and fishing in his younger days and golf and cribbage in retirement. He was a longtime member of Harmony AA.
Survivors include two daughters, Barb (Bob) Michel of Harmony and Mary (Mike) Kiehne of Hesper, Iowa, special friend and caregiver, Blanche Liudahl, five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, two sisters Iva (Birg) Rolstad of Rochester, Jean Liudahl of Edina and one brother, Ronald (Jackie) of Dodge Center.
The funeral was held Tuesday at the Greenfield Lutheran Church in Harmony with Rev. John Hagen officiating. Burial was in the Greenfield Cemetery.
The Abraham-Lindstrom Funeral Home in Harmony was in charge of arrangements.
Mildred S. Livingood, 94, formerly of Canton
Mildred S. Livingood, 94, a resident of Samaritan Bethany Home in Rochester, formerly of Canton, died Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2000, at the nursing home.
Mildred S. Johnson was born March 31, 1906, in Amherst, Fillmore County, grew up there and attended area schools. In 1927, she married Kenneth E. Livingood in Postville, Iowa, and they were later divorced. She lived in the Postville area for 15 years, then in Canton for 18 years and in the San Francisco area for 25 years where she worked in home health care services until her retirement in 1973. She had resided in Rochester since 1981. She was a member of Newburg Methodist Church, Home League Ladies Group of the Salvation Army, Scandinavian Club of Rochester and Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco and volunteered at the Senior Citizens Center.
Survivors include four daughters, Donna Geerdes of Rochester, June Livingood of Sonoma, Cali., Mavis (Carleton) Vine of St. Cloud, Fla., and Mary Virgilito of Red Wing; four sons, Robert of Preston, Milton (Marlys) of Rochester, Paul (Jan) of Ripon, Wis., and Garland of Waterville, Minn.; 26 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Ruth McCallson of Caledonia. She was preceded in death by two daughters, one son, a grandson, a great-granddaughter, one sister and five brothers.
The funeral was Saturday at the Methodist Church in Newburg, with the Rev. David Laechel officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Vine Funeral Home, Rochester, was in charge of arrangements.
Colleen Long, 75, Preston area native
Colleen Long, 75, died Nov. 25, 2000, in Jerome, Idaho.
She was born east of Preston, on Oct. 19, 1925, to Anna (Rogstad) and Samuel Daugherty and graduated from Preston High School in 1943. She married Don Long in Rochester on Feb. 2, 1948, and they lived there and in Long Beach, Calif., before moving to Idaho in 1978.
Survivors are her husband of Jerome, a daughter, Jeanine (Roger) Bothof of Lampasas, Texas; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Four brothers and two sisters preceded her in death.
Anna Marie Loomis, infant, Preston
Anna Marie Loomis, the one-month-old daughter of Sara and Russ Loomis of rural Preston, died of sudden infant death syndrome Sunday, May 28, 2000, at Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester. She was born April 28, 2000, at Olmsted Community Hospital in Rochester.
In addition to her parents, survivors include a brother, Justin, and two sisters, Emily and Jessica, all at home; a half-sister, Amber Loomis of Tomahawk, Wis.; a half-brother, Jon Loomis of Chatfield; maternal grandparents, Lea and Freddie Buenger of rural Preston; and paternal grandparents, Bonnie and John Loomis of Hokah, Minn.
A private service will be held at a later date, with the Rev. Darrin Whipple officiating. Burial will be in Carrolton Cemetery in rural Fountain.
Thauwald Funeral Home in Preston was in charge of arrangements.
Carol A. Lorenzen, 87, Grand Meadow
Carol A. Lorenzen, 87, of Grand Meadow, died Sunday, May 14, 2000, at the Grand Meadow Health Care Center in Grand Meadow where she had resided since 1998.
Carol A. Ulven was born June 29, 1912, in Adams to Olous and Rose (Belgum) Ulven. She attended and graduated from Adams High School and on Oct. 20, 1933, she was united in marriage to Franklin N. Lorenzen in Austin. To this union four sons were born. She enjoyed the Minnesota Twins, playing bingo with her friends and playing cards with her grandchildren. She was a member of the Royal Neighbors and the Bear Creek Lutheran Church.
She is survived by three sons, David (Janet) of Grand Meadow, Roger (Rusty) of Grand Meadow and Dennis (Gail) of Austin; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one son, Darrel, a granddaughter, Jo Dee, five brothers and three sisters.
Services were held May 16 at Bear Creek Lutheran Church with the Rev. Wayne Vogt officiating. Burial was in the Grand Meadow Cemetery. Hindt-Hutchins Funeral Home in Grand Meadow was in charge of arrangements.
Jerry Lee Loucks, 62, Wykoff
Jerry Loucks, 62, of Wykoff, died Thursday, March 30, 2000, at his home.
He was born July 7, 1937, in Yorba Linda, Calif., and served in the Army from 1959 to 1961. He married Marge Esko and they were later divorced. Mr. Loucks was employed as a livestock inseminator and also did construction work.
Survivors include two sons, John and Bryan, both of Washington state; a brother, Brandt of Yorba Linda; and his twin sister, Joya (Mrs. Richard) Oeltjen of Spring Valley.
The funeral was Wednesday at Hindt-Hutchins Funeral Home in Spring Valley with the Rev. Dennis Timmerman of Our Savior's Lutheran Church officiating.
Terry George Loucks, 58, SV native
Terry George Loucks, 58, died Saturday, June 3, 2000, of heart failure at Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester.
He was born April 30, 1942, in Spring Valley and had resided in Rochester since 1962. On April 7, 1962, he married Gail Bartels in Lime Springs, Iowa, and together they raised five children. He was a loving husband and father. He was a retired IBM executive of 26 years as a senior EDI Systems Analyst. He helped pioneer the development and application of Bar Coding and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). Throughout his career at IBM, he authored and published several articles for EDI World Magazine and became a keynote speaker at worldwide industry trade show events such as DISA and COMMON - he valued educating others of his knowledge of EDI and Bar Coding.
Upon retirement, he and his wife created a consulting company and telephone answering service called GTL Business Support, Inc. based in Rochester. He recently also held a position as EDI specialist for data communication solutions of Eden Prairie, Minn., where he'd been working at Crenlo, Inc., in Rochester.
He also worked part-time at Red Owl Foods for 17 years and was the Sunday School Superintendent for Bethel Lutheran. He coached Park and Rec. Girls Softball, Boys Little League Baseball and Rochester Youth Soccer. Of his many passions, fishing, stamp and trading card collecting were at the top of his list. In recent years, he'd developed a love for the game of golf. However, little brought him more happiness than spending time with his family. His wife, his five children, and six grandchildren - this is what he worked for, lived for, and loved.
He is survived by his wife, Gail Loucks; his five children: Laurie Loucks, Lisa Loucks-Christenson, Brian Loucks, Heather Apple and Michael Loucks; his grandchildren, Forrest Loucks, Madison Loucks; Amber, Nathanial, Heather and Emme Jo Christenson; his parents, Olive and George Loucks, and a sister, Kay Hagen. He was preceded in death by an infant sister, Cheryl Loucks.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, June 7, at Bethel Lutheran Church with the Rev. Julie Rogness officiating.
Ranfranz Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mary Love, 91, mother of Preston man
Mary Elizabeth "Puck" Love, 91, of Charter House in Rochester, died Monday, Nov. 20, 2000, at Charter House following a stroke.
Mary Elizabeth Terry was born Dec. 17, 1908, in New York City, and attended schools in New York, Germany, Switzerland, Nashville, Tenn., and Toledo, Ohio. She attended Rochester Junior College and Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., and in 1932, received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Michigan, where she was a member of Delta Gamma sorority.
On June 29, 1933, she married Dr. J. Grafton Love of Elizabeth City, N.C., at the Little Brown Church in the Vale in Nashua, Iowa. Her husband was head of the department of neurosurgery at Mayo Clinic. He preceded her in death. She was active in many organizations.
Survivors include three sons, Benjamin Terry of Preston, J. "Tony" Jr. of Oronoco and David Milton II of Dallas; a daughter, Rebecca Marta Douglass of St. Louis; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
The funeral service was on Tuesday at First Presbyterian with the Rev. Anneliese Opitz officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery in Birmingham, Ala. Memorials may be made to the local AAUW, Charter House, First Presbyterian Church, Minnesota Public Radio, Olmstead County Historical Society, Rochester Art Center, Rochester Civic Music, Salvation Army, Rochester Civic Theater or WAMSO.
Macken Funeral Home of Rochester was in charge of arrangements.
Dawn Luedke, daughter of Lanesboro couple
Dawn Marie (Jacobson) Luedke, 36, of Prior Lake, formerly of Rochester, died Saturday, Sept. 16, 2000, at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina, Minn.
She was born May 13, 1964, in Rochester. She married Steven A. Luedke on Aug. 31, 1996, at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Eden Prairie. She was a financial planner.
Survivors include her husband; one daughter, Brigitte Luedke of Prior Lake; one son, William of Prior Lake; her parents, Willard "Red" and Lynne Jacobson of Lanesboro; and one brother, Dean (Debra) Jacobson of Burnsville.
A funeral Mass was held Wednesday at St. Michael Catholic Church in Prior Lake. Burial will be in Credit River Cemetery in Prior Lake.
Ballard-Sander Funeral Home, Prior Lake, was in charge of arrangements.
Sally Lyke, 63, of McAllen, Texas
Sally Lyke, 63, of McAllen, Texas, formerly of Spring Valley, died peacefully at her home on Jan. 27, 2000.
Survivors include two sons, Tim and Chris Lyke; and one daughter, Ann Shook.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James.