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AIMEE M. STIGEN

AKKERMAN INGEBRAND FUNERAL HOME – MORA

Aimee Stigen, of Mora passed away on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at GracePointe Crossing in Cambridge.  She was 84 years old.

PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE will be held at the Henriette Free Church.

INTERMENT will be in the Old Bethel Cemetery.

CELEBRATION OF LIFE will be held at a future date.

Aimee Maxine Stigen, of Mora, passed away on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at GracePointe Crossing in Cambridge. She was 84 years old.

Aimee was born on January 5, 1936 in Leonard, Minnesota to parents Jacob and Florence (Carlson) Jacobsen. She was the fifth of six siblings and attended country school until the 8th grade. The family moved to Minneapolis and she graduated from South High School in 1953.

Aimee married Oliver Stigen of Grasston and together they bought a dairy farm in Henriette. Aimee was a nursing assistant at the Sunshine Villa Nursing Home in Mora and worked on the dairy farm. Aimee was an active member of the Henriette Free Methodist Church and served on many different committees. Aimee loved music, and would play the piano and sing. She loved to entertain in her home, cooking great meals for her family and friends. She will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Aimee was preceded in death by her parents; husband; infant brother James Jacobsen; and sisters, Ruthie Netteberg, Phyllis Hollatz, and Elaine Kleckner.

She is survived by her children, Doyle (Karen) Peck of Webster, WI and Diane Martin (Steve) of St. Paul; brother Calvin Durward (Shirley) Jacobsen of Isanti; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

16 thoughts on “AIMEE M. STIGEN”

  1. What sweet memories we have of our friendship with Aimee. She always had a song in her heart and on her lips! She will be dearly missed.

  2. Doyle & Karen and Diane, It’s been years since I’ve seen your Mom, but she certainly left some wonderful memories… things like swimming in the creek, painting her kitchen, and of course our antics at Sunshine Villa, working the night shift together. She used to call me “Schimminski” and e would laugh ourselves silly! My heart goes out to you.
    Terry Caroon (formerly Terry Schimming)

  3. Blessings to your family,yes, your Mom loved music and we had the joy of hearing it and if there’s a choir or piano in heaven she’s having a great time also singing with Dicks sister Joan.
    Dick & Thiede Patterson

  4. She was a great aunt to me and sister to my Mom. We were friends too and had fun going out to lunch and shopping. We enjoyed many family meals and get togethers at her home. I’m sure she’s singing with mom and grandma in heaven. She will be missed.
    Love,Veronica

  5. She is/was such a great aunt and person. She was always so kind and fun to be with.

    Amiee Happy Mothers Day! I will tell you some more Police stories ( she loved those stories) when I see You in heaven in the future! Lee & Pam Hollatz

  6. With deepest sympathy,So many great memories spending time with your family growing up. Doyle and Diane your in my thoughts and prayers. If you need anything don’t be afraid to ask. Love you guys.

  7. Lynn Christensen
    I’m so sorry for your loss Doyle and Diane. Aimee was and always will be in my heart. I love her. She was an awesome lady!

  8. Sorry for your loss,Doyle & Diane
    I worked with Aimee 15 years at Sunshine Villa , many Happy Memories and she was a wonderful friend to me.

  9. Aimee was indeed one in a million. She loved people, and was generous and caring of others. I have many wonderful memories of Amiee with our family. What a joy to know that she is in heaven with loved ones and friends who are already there! My prayers are with you Diane and Doyle!

  10. After the funeral for my dad, she and I went to find some coffee and did some talking. I told Aunt Aimee, that, with the killer alto voice she had, I was surprised that she didn’t go to Nashville after she graduated from high school. She nearly fell out of her van! It’s a shame she had never been told that. I will always remember her voice. She would have done wonderfully and gone long if she had.

  11. Mindful of the wonderful days at Grandma, Tante and Uncle Ernest’s farm north of Fosston. We had a precious childhood with lots of good food, activity and love. Love to all the Jacobsen family.

  12. I have wonderful memories of Amiee from my days as working as a CNA while going to college. I was mostly on-call so I got many calls from Amiee to cover shifts. She had a great heart! I cherish my memories of her!

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