Louise Marie Schwab

November 30, 1939April 14, 2021

Louise Schwab, age 81, of Ham Lake, Minnesota passed away April 14, 2021. Survived by husband Jim of 60 years; Children: Jon (Patricia), Jami, Jeanne, Mike, and Jim Jr.; Gandchildren: Lindsay, Ryan, Kristin, Jenna, Adam, Justin, Jessica, Patrick, Anna, Tom, and Sydney; Great-grandchildren: Mason, Brooke, Emma, Avery, Olivia, Isaac, Sylas, Reid, Caden, Callie, Parker, Charlee, Cooper, and Kasen; Siblings: Jerry (Kaye) Redberg, Al (Nancy) Redberg, Beverly (Gordy) Carlson, and Paulette Belden; As well as many other family and friends. Preceded in death by parents Roy and Mildred Redberg, brothers Dick and Jim, daughter Teri, and granddaughter Jennifer. Public visitation will be held Tuesday April 20, 2021 12-2 PM at Gearhart Funeral Home 11275 Foley Blvd NW, Coon Rapids followed by a Graveside service at Morningside Memorial Gardens 11800 University Blvd NW, Coon Rapids.


  • Public Visitation

    Tuesday, April 20, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, April 20, 2021


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Gregg Churlik

April 20, 2021

Lou, thank you for being a big part of the kids and my life, You and Jim never shut me out. I'm glad that we had so many memories. Gregg Churlik.

Mary Moore

April 19, 2021

Our Aunt Louise will be missed dearly. She loved her family so much. When my Father told Aunt Louise that my Mother was dying of cancer, Aunt Louise & Uncle Jim were in their car driving to Nebraska the very next day. When my Mother was having a difficult time eating, my Aunt Louise & Uncle Jim fixed her favorite meals and helped her become stronger.

Aunt Louise & Uncle Jim would visit us for many occasions. Whether it was good news or bad news; weddings, graduations, anniversaries, birthdays, summer vacation, or my parents having cancer. They always made a trip to visit.

I have so many stories to share about Aunt Louise. In every story, she was always helping others, and would go above and beyond to make you feel loved. She was filled with joy and gratitude and always living in the moment.

Aunt Louise will be missed by many and will never be forgotten. I am comforted in knowing that she is surrounded by all of our family members in heaven. Thank you so much Aunt Louise for teaching me how to be a better person. Heaven is blessed to have you and the angels are smiling. 🙏🏻

Christine Redberg-Behlen

April 19, 2021

Aunt Louise will be missed. Her and Uncle Jim came down every summer to see us. Taught us many swimming strokes and dives. She told us when we were little about treading water for 30 minutes to pass the lifeguard test. As you can tell it made an impact on me to still remember this from so many years ago. Love her so much.