George Frank Asfeld, Buffalo

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George Frank Asfeld, 80, passed away on May 11, 2011, surrounded by his family at home with Guardian Angels Elim Hospice services.  
Visitation was on Monday, May 16, from 4 to 8 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo and 1 hour prior to Mass. Mass of Christian burial was at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church on May 17, 2011. The burial was held immediately after the Mass at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandchildren, Jeremy Asfeld, Gordan Michael Asfeld, Shawn Asfeld, Zechariah McConnell, Nicholas Mooney, and Eric Asfeld; Honorary pallbearers, also grandchildren, were Benjamin Asfeld, Shanda Aase, Lisa VanDelden, Brandy Asfeld, Wendy Sylvester, Ventia McConnell and Natalie Dornan.
George was born on August 3rd, 1930, in Stearns County to Frank and Mary (Mueller) Asfeld. On May 2nd, 1953, he married the love of his life, Lilias Zempel. They were married for 58 years this spring. George served in the Army Reserves for 33 years. He was an active member at St. Francis Xavier Parish. He worked for local John Deere dealerships since 1950 as a mechanic, salesman and in the parts department; of which he enjoyed every minute. After retiring in 1995 he was employed by Rolstad Construction & Farms. His hobbies included John Deere tractors; the outdoors, including hunting and fishing; puzzles, cribbage and a card game called solo. He also enjoyed traveling and visited Australia, Hawaii and Mexico; also spending some time ‘wintering’ in Texas. Wherever George went, he always managed to know someone.
George is survived by his wife, Lilias (Zempel); children and their spouses, Glenn (Beatrice) of San Antonio, TX, Keith (Arlene) of Cokato, MN, Gordan (Diane) of Watertown, MN, Pamela (Stephen Mooney) of Maple Lake, MN and Laurie (Dan McConnell) of Becker, MN; 13 grandchildren, 1 step-grandchild, and 17 great-grandchildren; his brothers and sisters, Ludwig, Norbert, Leo, Isabella, Bernice Ann, Robert, Clarence and Avon; in-laws, nephews and nieces. His parents, his brother, Philip, and an infant son, Steven, preceded him in death.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Peterson Chapel of Buffalo, Minnesota. 
George Frank Asfeld, 80, passed away on May 11, 2011, surrounded by his family at home with Guardian Angels Elim Hospice services.  
Visitation was on Monday, May 16, from 4 to 8 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Buffalo and 1 hour prior to Mass. Mass of Christian burial was at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church on May 17, 2011. The burial was held immediately after the Mass at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandchildren, Jeremy Asfeld, Gordan Michael Asfeld, Shawn Asfeld, Zechariah McConnell, Nicholas Mooney, and Eric Asfeld; Honorary pallbearers, also grandchildren, were Benjamin Asfeld, Shanda Aase, Lisa VanDelden, Brandy Asfeld, Wendy Sylvester, Ventia McConnell and Natalie Dornan.
George was born on August 3rd, 1930, in Stearns County to Frank and Mary (Mueller) Asfeld. On May 2nd, 1953, he married the love of his life, Lilias Zempel. They were married for 58 years this spring. George served in the Army Reserves for 33 years. He was an active member at St. Francis Xavier Parish. He worked for local John Deere dealerships since 1950 as a mechanic, salesman and in the parts department; of which he enjoyed every minute. After retiring in 1995 he was employed by Rolstad Construction & Farms. His hobbies included John Deere tractors; the outdoors, including hunting and fishing; puzzles, cribbage and a card game called solo. He also enjoyed traveling and visited Australia, Hawaii and Mexico; also spending some time ‘wintering’ in Texas. Wherever George went, he always managed to know someone.
George is survived by his wife, Lilias (Zempel); children and their spouses, Glenn (Beatrice) of San Antonio, TX, Keith (Arlene) of Cokato, MN, Gordan (Diane) of Watertown, MN, Pamela (Stephen Mooney) of Maple Lake, MN and Laurie (Dan McConnell) of Becker, MN; 13 grandchildren, 1 step-grandchild, and 17 great-grandchildren; his brothers and sisters, Ludwig, Norbert, Leo, Isabella, Bernice Ann, Robert, Clarence and Avon; in-laws, nephews and nieces. His parents, his brother, Philip, and an infant son, Steven, preceded him in death.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Peterson Chapel of Buffalo, Minnesota. 
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