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Ramona Kay (Sordahl) Skornicka, age 64, of Willmar, MN, died at Rice Memorial Hospital surrounded by her family and friends on March 14, 2019.
Memorial services will be 11 a.m. Friday, March 22, at Peterson Brothers Funeral Home in Willmar with visitation one hour prior to the service. Military Honors will be provided by Austin F. Hanscom American Legion Post #167 of Willmar. Interment will be at Cloverleaf Memorial Park Cemetery in Willmar at a later date.
Ramona "Mona" was born on October 26, 1954 to Edmund and Marjorie (Hokom) Sordahl. Mona spent the first six years of her education attending different country schools. In 1964 the Sordahl family moved back to Willmar, MN, where she would then graduate in 1977.
In 1977, Ramona would enlist into the United States Army. While enlisted she was stationed in Germany and Florida. In 1981, Mona was honorably discharged from the Army and would move to Tampa, Florida. In 1988, Mona moved back to Willmar, where she worked for Toro and Molenaars Industries for twenty three years, until she retired in 2013.
Mona had many passions in life; her family, birds, plants, embroidery, reading, the band AC/DC, and she loved to laugh and make others laugh as well.
She is survived by her brothers and sisters LeRoy Sordahl, Betty Cole, Mary Keyser, and John (Cindy) Sordahl. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews. As well as her numerous great nieces and nephews. And great great nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents Edmund and Marjorie (Hokom) Sordahl, an infant son, her brother Ivan Sordahl, her sister in law Jean (LeRoy) Sordahl, her brother in law Edward (Mary) Keyser, and William (J.R.) Hankerson (Special Friend).
Ramona’s family would like to give a special thanks to her friends for support in her time of need, Rice Memorial Hospital, and the pastors of Crow River Church.
my heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to end all suffering. Before long, God will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things (will) have passed away.(Rev. 21:1-5). May this promise from God give you comfort now and a real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.
Jasmine Mar 26 2019 12:00 AM