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Lois Conzet

Lois Conzet, age 87, of Willmar, formerly of Buffalo area, died peacefully Thursday afternoon, December 24, at Copperleaf Senior Living in Willmar surrounded by her family.

Services will be held at 2 PM, Tuesday, December 29, at Peterson Brothers Funeral Home in Willmar. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. Interment will be in Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis.

Lois Mary Conzet was born on October 9, 1928 in Marysville, Minnesota, the daughter of William and Sara (Dixon) Wandersee. She grew up on the family farm near Buffalo, Minnesota and she attended school in that area. Lois continued her education at St. Cloud Teacher's College where she received her masters Degree in Education. On June 14, 1949, Lois was married to Floyd Conzet in Crawford Lake, Minnesota. They made their home in Osseo, Long Prairie and also had a cabin on Lake Osakis. Lois was a teacher for many years in the Hopkins School District. She along with her husband, Floyd, loved to spend time at their cabin and also loved to travel all over the world. Lois enjoyed bowling, golfing, reading and taking family and friends out for a meal and a good laugh. After Floyd passed away, Lois moved to Alexandria, Minnesota and lived there until January of 2010 when she moved to Copperleaf Senior Living Center in Willmar, Minnesota.

She is survived by her sister, Phyllis Frank of Buffalo, Minnesota and one brother, William (and Jacqui) Wandersee of Butte, Montana. Also surviving is her sisters-in-law, Doris Conzet of Loretto and Carol (and Dean) Dixon of Annadale, her niece, Annette Schmidt of Redwood Falls, great nephews, Kurt (and Mary Beth) Schmidt of New London, Kent (and Shaneen) Schmidt of Wadena and great niece, Kori (and Mark) Hodek of Fairdale, North Dakota, many great great nieces and nephews, besides other relatives and friends.

Lois was preceded in death by her parents, husband Floyd in 1989 and one brother, Gordon Wandersee.



Cemetery Details

Ft. Snelling National Cemetery
7601 34th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN, 55450-1199

http://www.cem.va.gov/cems/nchp/ftsnelling.asp

Visitation

DEC 29. 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

Peterson Brothers Funeral Home

700 Becker Avenue Southwest

Willmar, MN, US, 56201

Celebration of Life

DEC 29. 02:00 PM

Peterson Brothers Funeral Home

700 Becker Avenue Southwest

Willmar, MN, US, 56201


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Guestbook

A wonderful teacher, friend, and sister.William Wandersee Sr.

wandersee - December 29, 2015 at 08:56 AM Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

WITH SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY

CHARLES HODEK - December 28, 2015 at 01:50 PM Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

So sorry to hear about the passing of Lois. Floyd and Lois were my Godparents & aunt and uncle. My deepest sympathy! Gary Conzet - Buffalo, MN

Gary Conzet - December 26, 2015 at 11:01 PM Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

We feel like we knew "Aunt Lois," though we never had the opportunity to meet her, because we have heard so many wonderful stories from Kori, Mark, Tim & Sara. Kindness, patience, and unbelievable generosity are at the heart of every tale. We are so sorry for your loss. With deepest Sympathy,Justin, Bergit, Eva & Even Sobak

Bergit Sobak - December 29, 2015 at 11:13 AM Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Aunt Lois was a special part of our family. Celebrating every birthday, Christmas and more with her was a tradition- Picking her and Uncle Floyd up at the airport after their regular vacations and hearing about such exciting adventures. They both loved to laugh! Their spirit gave me the inspiration to travel and I think I actually out-travelled them always remembering he fun they found in any trip, be it a toothpick convention with my Mom, Doris, or a cruise where Floyd needed to were a tuxedo. I still have many small treasures they brought me from their trips and I have a wonderful china hutch Lois gave me as a way to remember her and Floyd. I see it every day. She knew I would treasure that as well. She was an incredibly thoughtful person. Lois was always "on the road" over the Christmas holidays. No matter the weather, she was determined to keep up the traditions she shared with Floyd for so many years. I'm not surprised at all she travelled on to a new place this Christmas Eve. It shows her spirit was there until her last minute with us. I hope they have AAA in heaven. If not, she'll have to open her own branch.From, my mother Doris, brother John and my son Zach we send condolences to those who feel the loss and we send joy in celebrating a life well-lived.Catherine Conzet, niece

Catherine Conzet - December 29, 2015 at 12:41 PM Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Colleen Flodstrom lit a candle in memory of Lois Mary Conzet

colleen flodstrom - December 31, 2015 at 04:47 PM Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM