Mayme Teresa Urich, Annandale

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Mayme Teresa Urich, 87, of Annandale passed away Wednesday, December 8, 2010, at the Annandale Care Center in Annandale, Minnesota.
Funeral services were held Friday, December 10, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church in Maple Lake with Fr. Michael Izen as celebrant. Casket bearers were Randy Urich, Bill Neumann, Kevin Marquette, Randy Galles, Brian Urich, and Tom Neumann. Burial was in St. Timothy’s Catholic Cemetery in Maple Lake. Visitation was at the church on Friday from 9 a.m. until time of services. In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred to St. Timothy’s School or St. Timothy’s Church in Maple Lake.
Mayme Teresa Urich was born May 8, 1923, in Clarissa, Minnesota, to Joseph and Mary (Marosouk) Baker Sr. She grew up in the Clarissa area and attended country school. Mayme was united in marriage to Raymond Urich on April 5, 1948, in Browerville, Minnesota. One daughter, Judith, was born to this union. The family farmed in the Buffalo area for many years. Her husband, Ray, passed away on May 8, 1995. Mayme continued to live on the farm until 2000 when she moved to Maple Manor in Maple Lake. For the past five years she has been a resident of the Annandale Care Center.  Mayme enjoyed gardening, reading, embroidery, and baking. Mayme will always be remembered for her “Kolache.” She was a member of St. Timothy’s Catholic Church, the C.C.W. and the Western Fraternal Lodge.
Mayme is survived by her daughter, Judy (Tom) Neumann of Buffalo; grandchildren, Marianne (Randy) Galles, Peggy (Kevin) Marquette, and Bill (Renae) Neumann; great-grandchildren, Alex, Zach and Sam Marquette, Matt, Adam and Natalie Neumann, and Nathan and Jake Galles; sister, Josephine (Richard) Sobotka, of Clarissa; sisters-in-law, Bernie Baker of Clarissa and Alice Laxen of Buffalo, and sister and brother-in- law, Pat and Kenny Urich of Maple Lake.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Mary Baker Sr.; husband, Raymond; and a brother, Joseph Jr.
The Peterson Chapel of Buffalo, assisted the family with arrangements.
Mayme Teresa Urich, 87, of Annandale passed away Wednesday, December 8, 2010, at the Annandale Care Center in Annandale, Minnesota.
Funeral services were held Friday, December 10, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church in Maple Lake with Fr. Michael Izen as celebrant. Casket bearers were Randy Urich, Bill Neumann, Kevin Marquette, Randy Galles, Brian Urich, and Tom Neumann. Burial was in St. Timothy’s Catholic Cemetery in Maple Lake. Visitation was at the church on Friday from 9 a.m. until time of services. In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred to St. Timothy’s School or St. Timothy’s Church in Maple Lake.
Mayme Teresa Urich was born May 8, 1923, in Clarissa, Minnesota, to Joseph and Mary (Marosouk) Baker Sr. She grew up in the Clarissa area and attended country school. Mayme was united in marriage to Raymond Urich on April 5, 1948, in Browerville, Minnesota. One daughter, Judith, was born to this union. The family farmed in the Buffalo area for many years. Her husband, Ray, passed away on May 8, 1995. Mayme continued to live on the farm until 2000 when she moved to Maple Manor in Maple Lake. For the past five years she has been a resident of the Annandale Care Center.  Mayme enjoyed gardening, reading, embroidery, and baking. Mayme will always be remembered for her “Kolache.” She was a member of St. Timothy’s Catholic Church, the C.C.W. and the Western Fraternal Lodge.
Mayme is survived by her daughter, Judy (Tom) Neumann of Buffalo; grandchildren, Marianne (Randy) Galles, Peggy (Kevin) Marquette, and Bill (Renae) Neumann; great-grandchildren, Alex, Zach and Sam Marquette, Matt, Adam and Natalie Neumann, and Nathan and Jake Galles; sister, Josephine (Richard) Sobotka, of Clarissa; sisters-in-law, Bernie Baker of Clarissa and Alice Laxen of Buffalo, and sister and brother-in- law, Pat and Kenny Urich of Maple Lake.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Mary Baker Sr.; husband, Raymond; and a brother, Joseph Jr.
The Peterson Chapel of Buffalo, assisted the family with arrangements.
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