Wulff Woodbury Funeral Home

2195 Woodlane Drive, Woodbury, MN


Geraldine Mary (nee Cosgrove) Sartor

July 1, 1931July 16, 2020

Geri passed away peacefully on July 18, 2020 at the age of 89 surrounded by family and friends at Oak Meadows.

Geri was born in South St. Paul and was a lifelong resident of the area. Geri was a loving wife, mother of three, grandmother to six and great grandmother to four.

Geri was a true social butterfly with a beautiful smile and laugh who loved interacting with anyone and everyone. This quality helped her at Hillshire Farms where she was a top sales agent for many years.

Her passions were her family and friends, her church and the YMCA she so loved. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

A Celebration of Life service will be held Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 11:00 am at Guardian Angles Catholic Church, 8260 4th Street North, Oakdale, MN 55128.

o Limited number of spaces available to attend. Sign up through Guardian Angels Church – either online (www.guardian-angels.org & click on the “Funeral Information” Button) or call the parish office – 651- 738-2223

o Masks Required and Social Distancing

o Service Will be Livestreamed – access through www.guardian-angels.org & click on the “Funeral Information” Button

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  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, August 12, 2020


Geraldine Mary (nee Cosgrove) Sartor

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Joan Jensen

August 12, 2020

I met Gerrie in 1994 at a Baptist Church in Woodbury where the YMCA was sponsoring exercise classes. After class Gerrie asked me to go to coffee with her and some others. We became fast friends then as we shared an interest in going to art fairs. This Activity became quite a routine for us on Saturdays, for many years. As an artist myself, I also had some art shows. Gerrie was always the first to attend. I believe she had one of my first paintings of a tree in her house for many years. Because of her vivacious personality, I credit Gerrie for the tremendous growth of the senior programs at the Y. She always reached out to the older people, and made them feel welcome. I miss her.


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