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Eunice Schulz, of Lakeville, formerly of Brunswick, passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at the Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville.  She was 90 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Brunswick with Rev. Sierra Westerman officiating.

VISITATION will be held one hour prior to the service on Saturday at the church.

INTERMENT will be in the Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery in Brunswick.

Eunice Dagmer (Oslund) Schulz, of Lakeville, formerly of Brunswick, passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at the Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville. She was 90 years old.

Eunice was born April 2, 1927 at home, in Brunswick Township, Kanabec County, Minnesota to Arvid and Hannah (Nordin) Oslund. She grew up on the family farm, the youngest of eight siblings, and attended the Brunswick country school. She then attended Mora High School and graduated in 1945. On January 5, 1946, she was married to Wallace Schulz. To this union, three children were born. Wallace and Eunice bought the farm where Eunice grew up and they lived on that farm their entire married life. After Wallace passed away in 1998, Eunice moved to North Mankato, where she lived for eighteen years, before moving to Walker Methodist: Highview Hills in Lakeville.

Eunice and Wallace were a great team, working on the farm, seven miles south of Mora. Eunice applied for a teller position at Kanabec State Bank in Mora where she was employed for several years before she was offered a position at Ogilvie State Bank as head teller. After retirement, she returned to Kanabec State Bank where she worked part time for a few more years.

The loves of her life were her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She loved to cook and bake for them and for anyone who was hungry. Whoever walked in the door needed to have a cup of coffee, a piece of pie, cinnamon roll or whatever was in the oven at the time. She cooked many turkey dinners for the Senior League at Immanuel. She loved to go on picnics, preparing a chicken dinner along with a crock of beans and potato salad.

She also served as choir director at Immanuel Lutheran and sang many beautiful soprano solos. Eunice was also a gardener and kept the family supplied with canned tomatoes. She grew flowers, made hats, scarves and mittens with her knitting machine, and created many beautiful pillows, quilts, and rag rugs. She felt needed in North Mankato as she helped Bonnie care for Don, her son-in-law, for many years, until she needed a caregiver herself.

Eunice was preceded in death by her parents, husband Wallace, son-in-law John Hanson, her siblings and their spouses; Hilding (Ann) Oslund, Mabel (George) Thulander, Adeline (Floyd) Rowley, Leona (Rudy) Erickson, Wallace (Doris) Oslund, Jan (Lewis) Agranoff, and Luella (Bud) Peterson.

She is survived by her children, Jane Hanson, Rev. Gary (Debbie) Schulz, and Bonnie (Rev. Don) Roberts; grandchildren, Jeff Hanson, Julie (Ryan) Goebel, Chris (Dannette) Hanson, Christel (Matthew) Meyer, Joel (Emily) Schulz, Sarah (Caleb) Baker, Jeremy (Brandi) Roberts, Paul (Heather) Roberts, and Katie (William) Sordahl; 19 great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

11 thoughts on “EUNICE D. SCHULZ”

  1. Condolences to the family in the loss of your mother. Many fond memories of the days in Brunswick school and community.

  2. Our thoughts are with your family. There are many fond memories of Eunice by our family members. Her love of baking was often enjoyed by our women’s Immanuel evening Bible study group and church potlucks.

  3. Sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. She and mom always got together when they lived in the country and had such good times. Your mother was a special person! Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
    Donna (Folkema) Spangberg

  4. Eunice will Forever hold a Special place in my heart. She was not only Amazing, Wonderful, and Beautiful as well as the Sweetest Neighbor and she made the Best homemade donuts, she was above all My God Mother…God Bless You & I Love You and Rest in Peace Sweet Eunice….

  5. My sincere condolences to you, Jane, Pastor Gary, Bonnie and the entire Schulz family. May you find peace and comfort in know she is with Our Lord. Thank you for choosing Highview Hills for your mother’s home and care this past year and a half. She was such a lovely woman and will be missed.


  6. Sincere Sympathy in the passing of your dear Mom – We have many good memories from Immanuel Lutheran & the Brunswick community that they were such a dedicated part of.

  7. To the family, my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your loved one. As you cope with your loss, may you be comforted by the “Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort” (2 Cor 1:3) that one day, “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29) May the words from God’s word, the Bible give you comfort now and real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy

  8. Eunice (and Wally too) were so kind to me as a kid and long after. On trips back to the area, I enjoyed my many visits with them both when they were still at the farm in Brunswick. Just as you say, there was always coffee and some thing sweet to eat at every visit. Eunice was a gem – thanks for sharing her with us. My best to you, Jane, Gary and Bonnie at your mom’s passing.

  9. To the family, so very sorry for your loss. While we did not know Eunice as well as most, we have heard so many stories from our granddaughter Hannah Hanson and the wonderful days spent at her great grandmother’s and her famous oatmeal she made. Tom and I had the pleasure of sharing a Thanksgiving meal with Eunice, Jane, Chris and family, and heard wonderful stories regarding the farm etc.

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