Obituaries from the week of March 14, 2007
Anita Meyer, 73
Funeral services were held for Anita Meyer on Monday, March 12, 2007 at the Tracy Lutheran Church in Tracy.
Anita Lucy Meyer was born January 23, 1934 to John and Helen (Jenniges) Bierl on a farm near Lucan, MN in Johnsonville Township, Redwood County. She was baptized on January 28, 1934 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Lucan and attended school in Wabasso, MN at the St. Annes Catholic School. She later attended Walnut Grove High School and graduated in 1952.
On December 29, 1954 Anita married LaMoine Meyer at the Tracy Catholic Church Rectory in Tracy, MN. They made their home on a farm east of Marshall, MN until 1958 when they moved to their present farm south of Tracy. From 1952 until 1956 Anita worked as a nurse at the Tracy Hospital. She then worked along with her husband on the farm and raised her family. Anita loved living and working on the farm and took great pride in her yard and garden. She raised many cats and loved watching the birds she attracted with her many bird feeders. Without a doubt, Anitas greatest joy was her family, who all adored her tremendously.
Anita was a member of the Tracy Lutheran Church and was very active over the years as a member of the Alter Guild, Sunday School Teacher and the churches womens groups. She also bowled in a league for many years and was a member of the Tracy Hospital Auxiliary and the Tracy American Legion Auxiliary.
On Tuesday, March 6, 2007 Anita died at her home, surrounded by her loving family, at the age of 73.
Anita is survived by her husband, LaMoine of Tracy, MN; one daughter, Lanette Rayburn of Redwood Falls, MN; two sons, Larry (Adrienne) Meyer of Radcliff, KY and Steven (Kari) Meyer of Tracy, MN; eight grandchildren, Samantha, Hildegarde, Tony, Kimberly, Kristine, Kylie, Alex and Delaynie; three great grandchildren, Garrett, Colin and Madison; two sisters, Iona Vandendriessche of Marshall, MN and Helen (Peter) Lenertz of Quesnel, BC, Canada; many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Her parents and one brother-in-law, Ray Vandendriessche preceded her in death.
Interment was at the Tracy City Cemetery. The Almlie Funeral Home of Tracy is handling the arrangements.