Mardette “Marde” Kinzler

Mardette “Marde” Kinzler was born on July 9, 1923 in Eastend, Saskatchewan,  Canada, the daughter of Martin and Tillie (Johnson) Egge. The family settled on a  farm near Lake Lillian, Minnesota in 1932. She graduated from Atwater High School  in 1942. In 1948, she married and moved to rural Litchfield where she raised  thousands of turkeys and four beautiful children. In 1965, she and her four children  moved to Litchfield, where she worked at the Sward-Kemp Drug Store. In 1970, she  moved to Minneapolis working for the Pillsbury Club as a housemother to a girls’  finishing school. In 1975, she married and moved to Florida working as an  elementary school crossing guard and the plant caretaker at the St. Augustine  Alligator Farm. These were jobs that she dearly loved.  After thirty years, Marde moved to Willmar and worked at the downtown greeting  card shop for four years. On July 6, 2014, she married Marvin Kinzler, the love of her  life. They made their home in Willmar and were members of the Assembly of God C hurch and the Senior Citizens Club. They also enjoyed playing golf, dancing,  attending yard sales, antiquing, and traveling. Marde visited every state but Hawaii  and Alaska. She started every morning with a cup of coffee and spending time with  Jesus.She is survived by her husband, Marvin Kinzler of Willmar; three children Nancy  Anderberg of Moundsview, Minnesota; Greg (Cathy) Dale of Granger, Indiana;  Elaine (John) Skibicki of Kingston, New York; six grandchildren Jason and Chrissy  Dale, David and Josh Anderberg, Aaron Throne and Nisha Valle, and eleven great  grandchildren. She was also blessed with nine Kinzler step children Sheryl, Stuart,  Jeffery, Penny, Michael, Timothy, Kimberly, Melanie, and Tamara; twenty eight  grand, and sixteen great grand step children. Along with many relatives and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers Woodrow, Marcellus,  Vinton, one sister Viona; son Bruce Dale who died in 2018.A memorial service will be held at the Assembly of God Church in Willmar on Friday,  Sept. 11 at 1:30 pm with visitation beginning at 12:00 noon.  Arrangements are with Peterson Brothers Funeral Home.  www.petersonbrothers.com


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