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A. Kvale webAgnes Kvale, of Mora, died on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at the Villa Health Care Center in Mora. She was 88 years old.

FUNERAL will be held at 1:30 PM on Friday, December 10th at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Mora.

VISITATION will be from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM on Friday, Dec. 10th at Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home in Mora.

INTERMENT will be at 4:00 PM on Friday at Forest Hill Cemetery in Milaca.

Agnes Louise Kvale was born on April 24, 1922 in Foreston, MN to James and Sarah (Shadiow) Hunter. She spent her school years in Foreston where she later met her husband, Kenny Kvale. They were married on April 5, 1945 in Foreston, where their first two children were also born. They later lived in various areas of the Twin Cities and their family continued to grow to nine children. In 1974 Agnes and Kenny fulfilled their dream of moving to Mora with the two youngest children. Agnes remained in her home until April of this year, at which time she moved to the Villages of Mora Assisted Living and later to the Villa Health Care Center. She passed away surrounded by family.

Throughout her life, Agnes enjoyed gardening, baking, knitting, crocheting, cross stitching and reading. She had a very strong faith in God. She rarely missed a Sunday Mass and enjoyed attending other church gatherings. She was a very social person and thoroughly enjoyed visiting with the employees and residents of the Villa during and after Kenny’s stay.

Agnes was preceded in death by her parents James and Sara Hunter; husband Kenny; sisters Vina, Edna and Beatrice; brothers Harold, Floyd and Roy; and daughters Marilyn and Karen.

She is survived by sons and daughters Gene Kvale of Coon Rapids, MN, Donald (Sue) Kvale of Apple Valley, MN, Wally (Sue) Kvale of Cannon Falls, MN, Randy (Tatjana) Kvale of Burnsville, MN, Rhonda Kvale of Lakeville, MN, Denise (Donnie) Blum of Mora, MN and Shelley (Paul) Hunt of Mora, MN; 22 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren and 1 great great-grandchild; a sister Arnelda Otten of Milaca, MN; plus many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Funeral service was held on Friday, December 10th at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Mora. Fr. Eugene Plaisted and Rita Clasemann officiated. Music was provided by Kris Paulson, Patience Warhol and the St. Mary’s Choir. Pallbearers were Tony Kvale, Chris Kvale, Jeff Saxton, Michael Kvale, Jason Hannan, Sasha Kvale, Kenny German and Dustin Norby. Interment was at Forest Hill Cemetery in Milaca.

7 thoughts on “AGNES KVALE”

  1. Dear Cousins,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Aunt Aggie was the best…She brought much joy to Jim and myself. She was the only family member at my baby shower at Jimmy’s grandmothers in Farmington back in 1971. She loved sharing pictures of her family and we so enjoyed watching her eyes sparkle as she would share. She will be greatly missed. She is now with Uncle Kenny and no two could have been closer. A great joy to have had quality time with both of them. She was so proud that she was able to attend a family reunion of recent times. She so adored being with you all.

  2. To all my cousins,

    We will deeply miss Antie Agnes. I was so glad I was able to spend some time with her both at the apartment and the nursing home. I will see you on Friday. My prayers are with you.

    Love Diane

  3. Sweet Aunt Agnes. You will be missed by many. You were always Happy Smiling and interested in everything going on around you. Uncle Kenny and yourself were always the best to be with. Such a lovely couple. Now you shall be together again with the Lord. Thaughts and prayers are with all family. May you rest in peace.

  4. Aunt Aggie I’am so sorry I never made it up to see you! I regret that I procrastinated of a visit! You were so dear to my heart. I remember the last time I seen you, you were so excited about putting in your receipt to a magazine to win! You always had a beautiful Smile,& your Eyes always Twinkle with delight! Your now are up with Uncle Kenny the love of your life, and the girls & all the other family & friends! Rest in peace Aunt Aggie! My thoughts & Prayers go out to all the family. She was dearly Loved & Will be dearly Missed!!

  5. I would like to say that the last time I was able to visit Aunt Agnes was back when I flew up to Minnesota from Texas to visit with my Grandmother ( Uncle Kenny’s Mother). this was when my Grandmother was “97” years old. she lived up in Wahkon Minnesota. If anyone know’s how I could possibly get in touch with any of my cousins up there I would really appreciate it. I’m not sure who is left. Eugene, Donald, Wallce, Marilyn, Randy,Shelly. If you could please help in this I thank you.A long lost cousin, David

  6. You will be forever missed Great Aunt Aggie! Will always remember the great times spent with you and Kenny! But you are with him again, and that makes me smile.

  7. Aggie, we will miss you & all the laughs we had with “the group” at Hardee’s! You were 88 years young and it was a blessing to have you in our presence. Our deepest sympthy to your family whom you loved so much. Peg & Dick

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