Rae Janet Fournier

June 4, 1924December 2, 2012

(Felth, nee Molde) Age 88 of Woodbury

Preceded in death by her Parents, Alfred and Velma Molde; Sisters, Joyce Wilkinson and Patricia Molde. Rae is survived by her Son, Stuart (Carol Jean) Felth; Grandchildren, Brady, Dylan and Grace; Nephews, Jim (Gloria) Wilkinson, John (Michael Crowe) Wilkinson; Niece, Judy Wilkinson; Other Relatives and Friends. The family would like to thank the staff at Stonecrest Presbyterian Home for the loving care they provided Rae. They truly were a part of our family. Rae was passionate about her life in everything she did, whether it was woodworking, needlepoint, gardening, reading, working on the computer, or raising her family. Rae was a proud 25 year employee and retired from the City of Minneapolis where she worked for the Housing and Redevelopment Authority. At her retirement, she received a special proclamation from, then Mayor, Don Fraser. Visitation Thursday, 5-8pm at Wulff Woodbury Funeral Home, 2195 Woodlane Drive, Woodbury. Funeral Service Friday, 11am at the funeral home with visitation one hour prior. Private Interment.


  • Evening Visitation Thursday, December 6, 2012
  • Gathering of Family and Friends Friday, December 7, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, December 7, 2012

Rae Janet Fournier

have a memory or condolence to add?


receive updates when new memories are posted


January 5, 2013

Stuart and family of Rae, I know it is late getting my condolences back to your family. I am sorry to hear of the loss of Ray, there is so many memories of growing up when your family got together with mom, dad and the Elmers. It is sad to hear of the loss of loved ones, but they have left a legacy and a trail to follow by being an example of what one can use their lives for to better themselves. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Try and keep in touch.
Trudy Larson

Lynne Lillie

December 8, 2012

It was a privilege to have known Rae and to have been serve as her physician for a few years. Peace to her family and friends who were privileged to love her and be loved by her.

Garnet Ninke

December 6, 2012

It was a pleasure knowing Rae. We served together on the board of directors for our townhouse and was a good neighbor. We had alot of laughs together. She will be missed. She was a fine lady. My sympathy to you Stuart and your family. God's Belssings to you.

Judy Dinndorf

December 5, 2012

Rae's smile would light up my day. It was my pleasure to take care of her at Stonecrest.

Jackie Kimbler, Clinical Administrator Stonecrest

December 5, 2012

It was an honor and priviledge to care for Rae during her time at Stonecrest. She was dearly loved by the staff and will be missed.

Judy Wilkinson

December 5, 2012

I couldn't have asked for a better aunt than Auntie Rae. I'll see you Thursday.
Love, Judy

Mike Saice

December 4, 2012

What a wonderful lady! The world is less of a good place to be without Rae. Fortunately, she has left us with a great legacy in Stuart, Carol Jean, and their kids. Thank you, Rae! Those who met you are better people for it.