Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN

Rock-Ingebrand • Braham, MN

Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121



Billie Nelson, of Mora, passed away on Sunday, November 14, 2021 at her home.  She was 56 years old.

GATHERING OF FAMILY & FRIENDS will be held from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 20th at the Akkerman Ingebrand Funeral Home.

A full obituary is pending

9 thoughts on “BILLIE NELSON”

  1. So very sorry for the loss of Billie Jo. My memories of her was she was a positive person, she could see the silver lining to every cloud. Awesome wife and business partner, a devoted mother, sibling and friend. Love, hugs and prayers for all. Billie Jo will never be forgotten.

  2. Billie will be SO MISSED! Such a beautiful soul. Her beautiful smile, to talk of the love of gardening and her family and her love of everything in nature and people…she always lifted you up. So soft and so beautiful. So blessed to have Billie touch our lives. She will always be close to the beautiful sunrises and sunsets and the dirt underneath your fingernails. Love you with all my heart 💕

  3. So incredibly sorry. Billie was one classy lady! I will forever treasure our day at Ann River Winery…just hanging out and learning about each other. Sadly gone way too soon. I will miss you, sweet lady

  4. Spent many lovely afternoons playing violin with Billie in the sunroom! I will always treasure those afternoons!! We would have tea and have these absolute lovely conversations. My heart is with you, Jim, Elizabeth and Doug.

  5. My friend. Seeing your picture makes me miss your voice and your laugh and your sweet way of talking. I am so grateful for all you taught me about sewing, keeping a house, supporting my husband and being a mom. It was all 100% by example. I remember hiding my dirty dishes in the oven as a young mom knowing you were stopping over. Your house was always so welcoming and neat. I remember the day you let me off the hook by explaining your perfectionism. You didn’t expect it of me just yourself. I witnessed you ripping out an entire seam because if your hand touched it it was going to be correct. You set a high standard for yourself and always reached it. I remember sitting on my couch praying together that God would keep our men safe in the woods. I still have the quilt you made when Rachel was born and it is a very special treasure. Thank you for loving my girls and for writing Eric so so so many checks! I will be so happy to see you again some day because I know I will. All our love to you Jim, Elizabeth and Doug.

  6. Billie was such a sweet gentle soul. Allways had a smile and friendly word for people. She made the world a better place.

  7. Billie couldn’t help touching the lives of everyone she came in contact with. Conversations with her were always so easy, fun and often “to be continued.” She was an amazing woman in every sense of the word. She made a difference and left her mark on everyone she met. She was strong, classy, beautiful, faithful, funny and curious, just to name a few.
    She gave us the honors of being her “bread tasters” as she worked to perfect her artisan breads. She could have stopped after the first loaf. We will miss everything about her. We are so thankful that our paths crossed. Wine on the river to a quiet visit at the cabin. Thank you Billie, for everything.
    Rest in peace my friend until the Lord comes again. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

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