Elaine Noehl, 86, of Millville, MN. Passed peacefully at home on Sunday, July 10. 2022 after a long courageous battle with cancer,
Elaine Louisa (Nord) Noehl was born on December 30, 1935. On 11/198/54 she was married to Bartley A Noehl in Stewartville, MN, they were later divorced.
Elaine retired from Pace Dairy in Rochester. She enjoyed her family and playing Bingo.
Survivors include, 5 daughters, Victoria (Dale) Klein of Lake City, FL, Valorie (Craig) Tesmer of Millville, MM, Anna Storing of Plainview, MN, Cindy (Elmer) Gary of Plainview, and Sandra (Joseph) Ernst of Plainview. One son, Timothy Noehl of Millville MN. She has had 8 Grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren. One sister, Patricia (Darwin) McKenzie of High Forest in rural Stewartville.
Elaine was preceded in death by her Parents, 4 brothers and 1 sister.
Elaine will be buried in High Forest Cemetery in rural Stewartville. A private Celebration of life will be held
Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Elaine may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
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Sending you our sympathy and condolences, she was really a nice Lady. Sincerely Ted & Shirley Lehmann
Elaine put up a huge battle.
I loved Elaine… she treated me as a sister.
I babysat her three eldest children when they were very small.
The very next thing Elaine will know is the face of Jesus, our Lord and Savior; when He returns to take us to heaven on resurrection morning. Oh what a celebration that will be; as we rise to meet him in the air. And the dead will rise first and we who remain will join them in the air. AMEN
Love and sympathy to you all. Nancy Vagt (McKenzie)
My deepest condolences to you all at this difficult time. Praying that you take comfort in your many memories of you Mom. Sending much love.
I am so sorry for your loss, you mom was always such a joy to visit with. I loved hearing the stories from my mom, her sneaking into the backseat of your dad’s car and joining your mom and dad when they were dating “of course she wasn’t suppose to be with them.” God Bless
Elaine was like another mother to me. I loved her with all my soul. She was always loving, delightful and full of smiles. I’ll miss her very much.