Ranae A. Bergeson-Stiernagle
December 15, 1954 – April 18, 2023
Ranae Ann Bergeson-Stiernagle, 68, died Tuesday, April 18, 2023 at St Marys Hospital.
Ranae was born on December 15, 1954, to Verne F. Bergeson and Bonnie Lou Helen Olson-Bergeson in Albert Lea, MN. She loved spending time with family and friends, listening to music whether on video or by her loving fiancé Jeff playing guitar for her.
Ranae is survived by her fiancé, Jeff W.; 3 children, Melissa A. Stiernagle-Trinidad, Daniel L. Stiernagle, and Jennifer L. Stiernagle. As well as 5 grandchildren, Jasmine M. Stiernagle, Alexis L. Stiernagle, Andres M. Trinidad, Ashton D. Trinidad, and Maya G. Eckart.
There will be a closed service for family and friends, a celebration of life in loving memory of a loving mother, grandmother, and finaceé.
7 thoughts on “Ranae Stiernagle”
I love you so much grandma. You’ll be missed. Your grandson Lambie️❤️
I’m sorry I didn’t get to see you before this happened. Thank you so much for reaching out to me and others in contrition for old history and attempt to restore relationships. God bless you in heaven and your family left behind. Love and miss you, Ranae.
So sorry to hear about Ranae’s passing. I’ll always remember the good memories of family get-togethers at Grandpa and Grandma Olson’s. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Ranae was always very kind to me. As a boy she took genuine interest in any adventure I was willing share with her.
My heart goes out to her family and to our larger family.
I know that Uncle Vern and Aunt Bonnie welcomed her home.
I hope we all end up together, each sitting at our place. Passing the food that was made with love. Sharing our goings on with each other again.
Blessings to all of you and love.
You will truly be missed and close to our heart ❤️ always
Love forever your daughter Jenny
So many memories of my mother she had the heart of an Angel you will truly be missed by all of us . We love you Mom
♥️Love always your daughter Melissa
Sorry for your loss. Life doesn’t always give us what we expect or want. Keep your memories close.