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Dale Lewellyn, of Ogilvie, died at his home on Saturday, November 6, 2010. He was 71 years old.

A MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 1 PM on Friday, November 12, 2010 at the Elim Home in Milaca with Rev. Tom Sahlstrom officiating.

Dale Edward Lewellyn was born on June 13, 1939 in North Minneapolis, MN to parents Bert and Elizabeth (Chambers) Lewellyn. He attended school in North Minneapolis.

Dale was united in marriage to his first wife Judy. To this union four children were born. On December 14, 1999 in New Richmond, WI Dale was married to Jean Lee Dilley.

Dale was a business owner the majority of his life. His latest business being the “Used A Bit Thrift Store” in Ogilvie, where you were only a stranger once, and where many friendships were made with his customers. Dale enjoyed working on engines, woodworking, and visiting with friends. He will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Jerry, sister and brother-in-law Delores and Gene Wagner.

Dale is survived by his wife Jean of Ogilvie, sisters Nancy (Del) Greene of Elk River, and Joyce (Jerry) Peterson of Florida; children Cheryl Ann (Steve) Porter of Kentucky, Donald (Joanne) Lewellyn of Elk River, Edward (Louise) Lewellyn of Minneapolis, and Bert (Bonita) Lewellyn of Big Lake; step-daughters Jody Taylor (Darrin) Haye of Oakdale, and Jennifer (Harley) Capps of Willmar; 21 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren; plus many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

3 thoughts on “DALE EDWARD LEWELLYN”

  1. I just want to say that Dale was one of those ‘Good Guys’ that don’t come around too often, he was good-hearted, and treated people right…can’t imagine what Thursdays will be like now, it used to be a highlight of my week to go in his store, and buy things, and just hang around and talk…I mentioned to someone that now I look around my house, and feel like a part of him is here, my house is literally ‘furnished by Dale’ – will never forget him, Ever… Glad I was fortunate enough to know him….Sure gonna miss him…he seemed more like a ‘Favorite Uncle’ than anything else….:(

  2. The town of Ogilvie won’t be the same without Dale running the Used A Bit store. It was an adventure to walk through the store aisles and see what came in new from week to week. And Dale was always willing to chat! He was a good neighbor. I will certainly miss him. Tedi Schmoll

  3. I didn’t know Dale very well but I just wanted to say when I went into his store in Ogilvie he was always a very nice man and if I had my grandchildren with he would usually let them have a small toy “no charge”. He just seemed like a good man.

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