Lorraine Amanda Koepp, 89 years outdated from Belle Plaine, died on Tuesday April 13, 2021 at Mayo Hospital in New Prague.
The household had a service on Saturday, April 17 at 11 a.m. on the Saint-Jean Lutheran Church in Belle Plaine.
The service is on the market for session at koldenfuneralhome.com
Lorraine was born in Prior Lake on June 19, 1931 to Albert and Anna (Busse) Borchardt. Lorraine was baptized, confirmed, and married at Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Fish Lake), with the marriage ceremony happening on November 29, 1951 when she married Earl Koepp. Collectively they cultivated in Belle Plaine for a few years and raised their household. Household was all the time first on her listing.
Lorraine loved working alongside Earl and with their household. Of their free time, they loved dancing collectively, fishing, tenting with family and friends, and taking many journeys. At first they vacationed extensively at Kings and Borchardt’s cottages in Annandale and later at Sauk Lake in Sauk Heart, in addition to many different fishing adventures in Minnesota and Canada. Of their later years it was essential to play playing cards, play video games and socialize with household and mates every day.
Lorraine was an energetic member of the Saint John Lutheran Church.
Lorraine is survived by her husband, Earl Koepp; the youngsters, Kevin (Pam) Koepp of Belle Plaine, Cynthia (Dale) Gerholz of Gaylord, Curtis (Barbara) Koepp of Belle Plaine and Kerry (Marcia) Koepp of Mankato; 14 grandchildren and 28 nice grandchildren; brother-in-law, Roger King; sister-in-law, Mildred Borchardt; and several other nieces and nephews.
She is predeceased by her daughter, Sheila; mother and father, Albert and Anna Borchardt; brothers, Melvin (Elaine), Roman (Patricia), Norman, Allen (Marcella), Marlin (Lucille); sisters, Anna Mae, Bernice (Everett) and Luverne (Herbert).