OBITUARY

Lucille "Lucy" Jennrich

November 4, 1926May 8, 2014
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Lucille “Lucy” Jennrich

Age 87, of New Hope & formerly of Brooklyn Center, passed away peacefully at home on May 8, 2014, after a recent cancer diagnosis.

Retired after 20+ years from Foley Manufacturing; enjoyed flowers & gardening.

Preceded in death by husband, Robert & 4 sisters: Vera, Fern, June & Irene.

Survived by daughter, Robin Jennrich (Steve); son, Randy Jennrich (Irene); 4 grandchildren: Justin, Nicole, Heather, & Autumn; great-grandson, Jonas; 7 siblings: Ralph, Clinton, Charlotte, Joyce, Mildred, Elwood & Phyllis; many nieces, nephews, extended family & friends.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, May 13, with visitation 1 hour prior, at Sunset Memorial Chapel, 2250 St. Anthony Blvd NE, Minneapolis.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, May 13, 2014
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, May 13, 2014
REMEMBERING

Lucille "Lucy" Jennrich

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May 20, 2014

Robin, Connie and I were saddened to hear of the passing of your mother. May your memories help heal your lose.
Praying for you and your family.
Steve and Connie Hiles (Peoria AZ)

Pamela Nickell

May 14, 2014

Robin, Randy & Family. No words can express the knubness you all are feeling right now. I was at work during the ceremony and cried for the pain of your loss & not being able to fly back there, My heart and prayers are with you all. Love your cusin Pamela Halvorson Nickell. We will talk soon.

Sylvia Marcotte

May 14, 2014

Robin , I am so sorry about you losing your Mother. I wish that I could have been with you yesterday but I am sure you understand. It is so hard to lose a loved one but you do have such wonderful memories and the love you two shared can never be replaced. May you find peace day by day and know that she is in a better place. Love you, Sylvia

Georgeina O'Connell

May 14, 2014

Robin, Randy and family..We are so sorry for your loss..I am very sorry that I had not gotten to see her for some time..We love you! We miss seeing our other family very much! Love Georgeina, Patrick, Dylan and Blaine. It is important for the cousins to share time together.

Angela Jennrich

May 13, 2014

Grandma Lucy- You were a beautiful soul who took delight in having loved ones around you. I appreciated your thoughtfulness, tender heart and wisdom in the fifteen years I knew you. You were always there to talk to and an awesome cook. :) You will always bring fond memories. Love you

Hope Gates

May 13, 2014

I am sorry for the loss of Gramma Lucy! She was very loving and caring to everyone. My heart goes out to the entire family. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

Joel Potter

May 12, 2014

Grandma Lucy was like a grandma to me growing up being best friends with Judd. She took me in as her own and was a great lady. I've had many great memories of her come up the past few days! She'll be missed. Joel, Kristie, Lydia, and Madelyn Potter.

May 12, 2014

Our sincere sympathies Robin and Randy. It's always so difficult to lose a parent but your cherished memories will always be close in your heart!
Ed and Colleen

LEROY & JULIE SPERR

May 12, 2014

ROBIN AND RANDY ONE OF THE FONDEST MEMORIES I HAVE,WAS ONE SUMMER WHEN I WAS 10YRS.OLD AND CAME TO STAY FOR A FEW DAYS, AND AUNT LUCILLE TOOK ME TO MCDONALDS FOR THE FIRST TIME IT WAS THE FIRST TIME I EVER ATE AT ONE. . I WILL NEVER FORGET IT. COUSIN LEROY JULIE AND I SEND OUR SYMPATHY AND AM SORRY CANNOT ATTEND FUNERAL,DUE TO OUR JOBS. LEROY & JULIE SPERR

Judd Jennrich

May 12, 2014

Grandma Lucy, you were my rock. From the time I was born I was your "little buddy" When I needed you most you were there for me. You thought me how to be a good friend. You raised me and thought me how to be a man. You helped with raising my child and taught me how to be a good father. We lived together for 20 of the last 22 years and you were always there for me. Sometimes in the form of nuturing me, sometimes urging me to get my head out of my backside. You lived to take care of people. You took care of me for over 20 years and you only let me take of you just 1 day (yesterday). You got to tell Jonas you loved him and squeezed my hand and told me you loved me. Those were the last words you said to me and I will never forget. I love you Grandma. Thank you for being you. I can stand on my own in life from this point forward thanks to you, but you already knew that.