Henrietta Brabec

Born: Wed., May 30, 1917
Died: Wed., Nov. 14, 2007

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Henrietta Faltus Brabec was born in Mason City, Iowa to Mary Kasik and John Faltus on May 30, 1917. She attended schools in Mason City, graduating in 1935. Henrietta married Milo Brabec on April 2, 1937. They farmed for 42 years and had 3 children. Henrietta enjoyed gardening, cooking, sewing and letter writing. She kept a diary for over 50 years. The couple spent many winters in California and Florida and traveled extensively in Europe. Henrietta loved the farm she lived on for 42 years where she planted hundreds of trees, and then she moved to Albert Lea. She was a member of Peer counseling and assisted many people. Henrietta was a member of the Home Extension for over 50 years and attended Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Myrtle, MN and Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Albert Lea Survivors include her children, Larry Peg Brabec of Drayden, Maryland, Russell Rose Marie Brabec of Tallahassee, Florida, and Kathryn Jordahl of Albert Lea; grandchildren, Lisa Jim Sydnor of Drayden, Maryland, Felica Thomas Schuman, Tallahassee, Florida, Seth Shanda Brabec of Virginia, and Erica Jordahl of Fairmont, MN; 3 great-grandchildren, Alexis, Aiden and Colton Brabec of Virginia; sister-in-law, Evelyn Faltus of Lake Mills, Iowa; special friends Dick and Faye Madson; and several nieces and nephews. Henrietta was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Milo, her sister Rose Denzel and her brother Frank Faltus.

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Felicia Brabec-Shuman
   Posted Fri November 16, 2007
What a Beautiful difference one single life made. Bubbi you will be greatly missed!

Vi Kycek
   Posted Fri November 16, 2007
Dear Larry, Russ and Kathy,
You have my Deepest Sympathy in the loss of your Dear Mother and my Dear Friend. I have pictures on my computerof her party at Pizza Hut 2 years ago & they came up tonight as I was talking on the telephone.. Rodger & Edna are on there too. Nice Memories!!! She was a Great Lady and she will be missed greatly.!!!Love & Prayers to you. Vi

Nancy Hajek
   Posted Fri November 16, 2007
I will never forget the kindness I received from Henrietta as someone new to the area and to an extension club. She will truly be missed. My thoughts are with you Kathy and your family during this time. My God and your memories with Henrietta supply you strength. ~ Nancy Hajek

Julie Jensen
   Posted Fri November 16, 2007
Hank will be greatly missed! She was like a second grandma to me and I remember all the times walking to her house and eating all the delicious food she would make and she always made it fun, be it the picnics we had in many locations around the farm, including the ones in the camper. Those were the best days. And how she credited me for having a mole removed from her chin because while washing dishes with her one day, I asked her about that big pimple. She would always tell me that story, even the lasts time I saw her.

You are all in my prayers!

Coralie & Dayton Rayman
   Posted Sat November 17, 2007
Thinking of you with sympathy at this time of loss of your loved one.

Patricia Waugh
   Posted Sat November 17, 2007
Kathy,Erica and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss.My favorite memory is Bubbi the hockey fan. I hope it is comforting thst she truly enjoyed her family and the happiness you gave to her.
Our thoughts are with you.
Love, Patty & Bill Waugh

Ginger Rayman
   Posted Sun November 18, 2007
Dear Family and Friends of Hank Brabec, I remember how gracious Hank always was and that she could cut a longer peal off an apple than anybody. You have my deepest sympathy in your loss.

Cathy Stevens and family
   Posted Sun November 18, 2007
We are going to miss you Bubbi; your strength, determination and love. You lived a life for twenty people! I will always remember you and Milo pulling up to my college in your RV and treating my dorm mates to all the goodies you had on board!
Thank you for always making me and my family feel welcome and wanted.
We love you,
Cathy, Dave and Becca

Al and Gail Batt
   Posted Mon November 19, 2007
Kathy,

To live in the hearts of those we leave behind is to never die.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Al & Gail Batt

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