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Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121



Delores Lucht, of Cambridge, passed away on Thursday, July 6, 2017 at the Rosewood Senior Living in Cambridge.  She was 86 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at the Braham Ev. Lutheran Church.

VISITATION will be held from 4:00-7:00 pm on Monday, July 10th at the Rock Ingebrand Funeral Home, also one hour prior to the service at the church on Tuesday.

INTERMENT will be in the Rice Lake Cemetery at Braham.

Delores Elaine  Lucht (nee. Nordlinder) passed away peacefully July 6, 2017 at Rosewood Senior Living, Cambridge, MN. She was 86 years old.

Born February 19, 1931 in New Rockford, ND to John and Evelyn (Harrum) Nordlinder, she was the second of ten children.

After graduating high school in Verona, she attended State Teachers College, Valley City, North Dakota in 1950 and then taught in a one-room school house.

She was united in marriage to Leonard Larson July 5,1953 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Verona, ND, and to this marriage six children were born. On May 30,1973 she married Elmer Lucht of Braham, MN.

Delores loved her family and the many friends she made over the years. She loved gardening and was very proud of her flowers. She would take anybody on for a game of cribbage. She enjoyed bowling, dancing and listening to music. She loved to laugh and tell jokes. She could watch sports of any kind on TV, especially the MN Twins.

She lived in Minneapolis, Brainerd, Red Wing, St. Paul, and several places in South Dakota throughout her life. While living in the St. Paul area Delores worked as a bank teller at First National Bank and Summit National Bank and later at Midway Chevrolet.

While living in the Braham area she waitressed and/or cooked & baked at many places including Park Café, Trackside, People’s Café, King Oscars, Grant House, Moose Lodge, Corner Acres, Cricket and the Chalet. She also worked at the Braham SuperValu and worked for B’s Home Health Care for many years. While living in the St. Cloud area she waitressed and/or cooked at Nathan B’s and Home Plate. During her 2 ½ years at Rosewood Senior Living, Delores continued her practice of helping others by applying her waitress skills – to clear the table after meals, loading the dishwasher and sweeping the dining room floor.

She is survived by her children, David (Anna) Larson, Minneapolis, Dorothy (Bob) Johnson, Braham, Curtis (Trish) Larson, Elliston, VA, Douglas (Kathy) Larson, Inver Grove Heights, and Dennis Larson, St. Michael. Brothers, Marvin Nordlinder, Lisbon, ND and Don (Nancy) Nordlinder, Wasilla, AK, and sister, Marlys Raatz, Verona, ND; grandchildren, Brandy, Tanya and Christopher; 4 great grandchildren, 3 great great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and brothers, Norman Nordlinder, Roger “Bud” Nordlinder, Arnold Nordlinder, Dennis Nordlinder, and sisters, Bernice Pritchard and Norma “Sis” Hoover; first husband Leonard Larson, her son, Donald Larson and second husband, Elmer Lucht.

The family wants to thank the caring and kind staff at Rosewood Senior Living and St. Croix Hospice, as well as the supportive and friendly fellow residents at Rosewood who made her laugh and smile as she prepared to journey home.

15 thoughts on “DELORES E. LUCHT”

  1. Dorothy and family we are so sorry to hear about your mom. We are thinking of you and remembering her vibrant personality. It’s never easy to lose a parent.

  2. Dorothy and family, so sorry for your loss, prayers for comfort, hugs💜.. love, Scott and Julie

  3. Hi, Dorothy and Bob:

    I’m so sorry for your loss of your Mom and mother-in-law. I’m still feeling bad after my Mom’s recent death, of course. It’s a tough time. I hope everything goes smoothly for you with the wake and funeral. Sincerely, Gloria Sonnen

  4. Randy & Wendy Johnson

    So sorry to hear about your Mom.
    She was always so much fun and I enjoyed her company. A special Lady and I always had a fun visit with her… like her daughter , I enjoyed her company! ((HUGS))

  5. I was saddened at the news of Delores’ passing away.

    Delores was a joy to be around; we shared many a laugh together whether it be as co-workers at the Park Café many years ago or at family gatherings and social events. We danced one time; as the waltz came to an end, I spun her out. Spinning back towards me, she made a graceful backward dip. I failed to catch her by the waist, and so down she went with her beautiful legs flung up in the air! Chagrined, I helped her back up only to burst out laughing so hard together! Good times and good memories.

    Delores, or “Hey Lucht” as I’ve taken to calling her, will always have a warm spot in that happy place of my heart.

    With love and sympathy in your time of loss.

  6. Dorothy and Bob,

    So sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. My mother died in 1991 and it is still hard to handle. I will pray for you and know I would be there if I could. Loving thoughts go out to you my friends. Debbie Lerdahl, Largo, FL

  7. Your mother sounded like a well-rounded woman, involved in many things and in many people’s lives. We are sorry to hear of your loss and sending warm hugs and our sympathies as you prepare for life without her.

  8. Dorothy, I am so sorry for your loss… I am praying to the Lord, asking for peace and comfort for you and your family, in the middle of the grieve. I pray that all preparations go smoothly, and that the Lord’s healing repurposes the lives of the surviving family, as you all live your lives, while honoring her memory.

    God bless your soul.

  9. Dorothy, Bob and family, So sorry for the loss of your mother, as time goes on the pain of the loss gets easier, but never goes away. The memories of all of the good time become more of what we think about. Our thought are with you during this time. Jeanne and Tom

  10. Dorothy-

    So sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. She was so fortunate to have such a dedicated, caring and giving daughter in you. I know she is looking down on you and your family during this time and will always be close to you.

    Take good care of yourself during this difficult time.

    Know that you, Mom and your family are with me in my thoughts & prayers.

  11. Dorothy, Bob and your families,
    Losing your Mom is the loss of the last family link to Delores’ generation. What a life she lived!

    While it is never easy to part with loved ones, she is now resting in the loving arms of our Lord.

    We hope you all will be uplifted by happy memories of good times with Mom/Grandma. Our prayers and thoughts are with you now, and in the months ahead. With our love,

  12. So sorry Dorothy and Bob for the loss of your Mom. Delores was a treasure. I always enjoyed her company at get togethers. She was always such a classy lady, (like her beautiful daughter) loved her and LOVE you Both.
    Remember & cherish all the good times you had with her.
    Love you both to the Moon and back.
    ((HUGS)) Wendy and Randy

  13. Dorothy and Bob

    I was saddened to hear of the loss of your mother. May you find peace in the loving memories of the times that you have shared together. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of grief.

    Rose Svitak

  14. Bob and Dorothy, I am so sorry for your loss. Delores was such a personable, fun person to know. Wherever she worked, she shared her smile with everyone. She will be missed. May you know the Lord will help you through your sorrow. Trust Him!

  15. My condolences go out to Curt, and the rest of the family of Delores.

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