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Marcelline (Marcie) Ingebrand, of Woodbury, formerly of Mora, passed away on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at The Pillars Hospice Home.  She was 90 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at Guardian Angels Catholic Church in Oakdale.  8260 4th. St. N.  Oakdale, MN 55128

VISITATION Will be held 1 hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the church.

Private family burial at Guardian Angels Catholic Cemetery.

Memorials are preferred to Guardian Angels Church and St. Therese of Woodbury.

Marcelline Ann (Schiltgen) Ingebrand, of Woodbury, MN, passed away peacefully on Thursday September 20, 2018 at The Pillars Hospice Care. She was 90 years old.

Marcelline was born on October 3, 1927 at Lake Elmo, Minnesota to Aloysius and Margaret (Hoffman) Schiltgen. She attended country school for 8 years and graduated from Harding High School in 1945. Following high school graduation, Marcie began working as a secretary for M and H Gas Company in St. Paul. She worked there for several years before seeing a job opening at Glacier National Park; so she quit her job and headed west. It was there that she met her future husband, John.

On February 7, 1953, she was united in marriage to John Patrick Ingebrand at Guardian Angels Catholic Church by Reverend Peter O’Neill. Following their marriage, they made their homes in St. Paul, Austin, Montello, WI, Mora, MN, Afton, Oakdale, and Woodbury.

Marcelline’s greatest joys revolved around her family. During the busy 20 years that the family lived in Mora, school sporting events, cooking, gardening, washing countless loads of athletic gear, antiquing and restoring her treasures, school plays and concerts, hosting dinner parties, and playing cards with friends filled her life to the brim. In the summers, Marcie and John especially enjoyed spending time together at their Sugar Lake cabin. After retirement, many winters were spent in Arizona where she enjoyed playing tennis and socializing with friends. Gatherings of the Minnesota Bankers Association friends and other travels also filled the calendar during that time.

She was preceded in death by her parents; brother Richard (Kay) Schiltgen; sister Donna (Jerry) Hermann; and brother-in-law Don Stevenson.

She is survived by her husband of 65 years, John P. Ingebrand; sister Marian Stevenson; 7 children, John C. (Janis), Michael (Jane), James (Nadine), Thomas (Sandie), Peter (Kathleen), Joseph (Teresa), Mary (Lori); 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren plus one; as well as many other relatives and friends.


  1. Dear Family , We have lots of special memories of time spent together during the hockey season
    here in Mora, from Mites on outdoor ice thru to High School in the Civic Center.

    Sincere sympathy- you are all in our thoughts & prayers.


    I want to thank all of you and your mom and dad for Making me and my family feeling part of yours. Thank you Marcie for raising the best family I have ever known.

  3. Our deepest sympathy to your family. We only have warm thoughts and memories of Marce. She was always so kind, caring and gracious. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. To our dear cousins and Uncle John,

    We are so sorry for your loss. I (Mark) have so many fun and special memories of Aunt Marce, from your home in St. Paul to only last year. She was always so interested in other people, and we were fortunate to be included in that group. She was a great listener, asked really good questions and cheered us on. One couldn’t help feel cared for. Both of us cherished her love and her friendship. She was a very special person that we will miss.

    May God be close to you at this time,

    Mark & Bockhee

  5. So sorry for the whole Ingebrand family. Those days in Mora were very special to us because of your family being there. So many great memories. She will be missed by many. .

  6. Mary and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Marcie was a lovely woman inside and out. I didn’t get to know her as well as Sarah did, of course, but I loved her straight talk and dry humor. And visiting the Sugar Lake cabin that she and John created has been a tremendously rejuvenating experience these last few years. Love and hugs to all of you.

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