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Lucille Lange

Lucille Lange
Memorial services for Lucille Lange will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at Bayview/Freeborn Funeral Home.  Rev. Don Malinsky will officiate.  Interment will be at Graceland Cemetery.  Visitation will begin at 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service on Wednesday.  
Lucille died Sunday, January 08, 2017 at St. John’s Lutheran Community.  
Lucille Lange was born January 22, 1929 in San Antonio, Texas, the daughter of Joseph and Selema (Garza) Riojas.  Lucille grew up and attended school in Texas.  On April 2, 1948 Lucille was united in marriage to Charles F. Lange in Texas.  In 1954 Lucille and Charles moved to Minneapolis and she has lived in Albert Lea for the last 21 years.  She enjoyed gardening, antiquing, collecting jewelry, cooking and dancing.  Lucille was a wonderful wife, mother and friend to all, her family was the love of her life.  
Survivors include her children Joseph of Northfield, James (Kathy) of Edina, Everett of Edina and Vonda (Dick) Rocklin of Albert Lea; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren and brother Lawrence (Mary Jane) Riojas of California.  
Lucille was preceded in death by her parents; husband Charles and sisters Mary and Josephine.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to an organization of the donor's choice.  

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SWEET AND WARM REMEMBRANCEPEDESTAL ARRANGEMENT was sent by Edward Richards.

Lucy, we love and will always miss you dearly. -- Edward & Kathy Richards & family.

Edward Richards Jan 9 2017 12:00 AM

Dearest Jim, Vonda, Everett, Richard & family. Kathy & I are so deeply sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. We will miss her immensely, especially the sincere love she truly had for everyone in the family. I know she is now with the love of her life, Charley, and in the Heavenly arms of the Lord. We always had great times with your mom, whether it was just shopping for thrift-store bargains with her or just sitting around reminiscing about old times. I will especially miss her big hugs and the fun times we had at the family reunions. Thankfully, I got to talk to her for about 10 minutes while she was at the nursing home and before she was transferred to the hospital in Rochester. We will continue to pray for comfort and a loving peace for your family. We love you all.

Edward Richards Jan 9 2017 12:00 AM