OBITUARY

Irvin Oliver Wiese

April 24, 1928February 3, 2021

A long time resident of North St. Paul and a proud Korean War Vet was taken far too soon due to complications from Covid.

Irv is survived by his loving wife of 66 years Delores (Benson). His children Dean (Judy) Wiese and Cindy (Craig) Masmar. Four grandchildren Erica (Jeremy) Denzer, Michael Masmar, Matthew Wiese, Jack Wiese and his great grand boys Porter and Griffin Denzer who brought an added sparkle to his eyes.

Private burial will be held at Ft Snelling on February 12. A celebration of his life will be held this summer. Memorials preferred to Eastern Heights Lutheran Church.

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Deborah Yee Litt

February 15, 2021

Mrs. Wiese,
Mom (Ruth Vanden Bergh) and I are saddened to learn of Mr. Wiese's sudden passing. It seems like it was yesterday when you and Mr. Wiese were at my wedding (1988) and at Dad's funeral (2013). Your wonderful blankets (I still have 2) wrapped me in comfort when I needed it most and I'll be holding you especially close as I go to sleep tonight. Wishing you and your family comfort and strength during this terribly difficult time. BTW, Mom is living now with us in San Juan Capistrano, CA, but we will find a way to get in contact with you. Love, Debbie (Vanden Bergh) Yee Litt

robert wiese

February 15, 2021

Irv Wiese served his country with honor as a Veteran of the Korean war. Also in his community wherever that took him. His church activity included delivering meals on wheels to people that needed them. In his retirement community he delivered mail to everyone in the Transitional Care Unit at St Terese, before the Covid virus made that impossible. He was a 'people person' wherever he went.. His smile and personality endeared him to all that crossed his path..He shall be missed by so many people but his memory will not be forgotten by anyone who had the privilege of knowing him..God Bless..

robert wiese

February 14, 2021

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February 14, 2021

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