Catherine A. Belland

November 24, 1921November 1, 2018

Catherine Alice β€œKay” Belland, age 96, formerly of Hugo.

Catherine passed peacefully surrounded by her family on Nov. 1st. She was preceded in death by her husband Herman and son, Gary. Survived by children Bob, Paulette (Ron) Huber, Chuck (Connie), Diane (Jerry) Krueger, Joanne (John) Nieman, Mary (Nick) Lasovich and Roger (Glenna), 17 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. Kay worked many waitressing and catering jobs throughout her life. She enjoyed card club, bingo, gardening, dancing and making birthday cakes for her grandchildren. She was a Charter Member of the Hugo American Legion Post #620, a member of St. John The Baptist Catholic Church, and then St. Peter’s Catholic Church. In her last years, she was a resident at Parmly on the Lake where she enjoyed the outdoor garden and watching the birds and squirrels outside of her window. The family would like to thank the awesome staff at Parmly and Fairview Hospice.

Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday 11 am at St. John The Baptist Parish (14383 Forest Blvd. N., Hugo), with visitation one hour prior to the service. Burial is at St. John The Baptist Catholic Cemetery with lunch following at the Hugo America Legion.


  • Catherine was preceded in death by her Husband, Herman; and Son, Gary.

    She is survived by Children, Bob, Paulette (Ron) Huber, Chuck (Connie), Diane (Jerry) Krueger, Joanne (John) Nieman, Mary (Nick) Lasovich and Roger (Glenna); 17 Grandchildren; 20 Great-Grandchildren; and 2 Great-Great-Grandchildren.

  • Jerry Krueger
  • Chad Nieman
  • Joseph Nieman
  • Deanna Huber
  • Nicholas Lasovich
  • Jacob Belland
  • Leah Belland
  • Aaron Lasovich


  • Visitation Monday, November 5, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, November 5, 2018

Catherine A. Belland

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Shelly L'Allier - Smith

November 5, 2018

Rest in Peacce dear Aunt Catherine. I have many fond memories of staying at your house in my younger years. Give a big hug to all your siblings who went on before you, my precious mom, Delia Peloquiin-L'Allier. Joanne and I were born on the same day, which I thought was so neat. You lived to be "96" years old. You are the last of the great generation. All my Aunties and uncles are now gone but they are celebratting on the streets of Gold. My deepest sympathy to all my Belland Cousin's. Your mom is in a better place. God Bless each of you and your families. πŸ’Ÿ πŸ’Ÿ πŸ’Ÿ πŸ’Ÿ πŸ’Ÿ πŸ’Ÿ πŸ’Ÿ
Shelly L'Alliier - Smith

Darcie Caho

November 3, 2018

Grandma would always ask me to driver her to the casino on my day off; one afternoon I was standing on the sidewalk in front of the Wyoming IGA and a car pulled up kinda fast and rolled down the window. I looked in and saw Aunt Cel and Grandma smiling at me. They both asked if I’d like to go with them to the casino... Aunt Cel even said I could drive... How could a girl say no... Miss you grandma and I’m so thankful you have your partner in crime back.... Love you

Shawna Lindgren

November 2, 2018

I have soooo many memories of Auntie. She and my Grandma Cel were two peas in a pod. I remember one time when we were trying to take my grams drivers license away, she wasn't supposed to be driving. I was driving through Forest Lake and spotted grams car. I followed it to Walmart parking lot where out hops Aunt Catherine and Gram. I stood at the back of the car and it was as if I was looking at two teenagers caught red handed. They just stood there giggling and reminded me that together they made one good driver. She would always leave $5 in my back seat after I refused it after picking her up from the casino bus or taking them to church. Lots of laughs and beautiful memories. Say hi to Gram in Heaven for me. Love you Auntie.