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Joseph W. Knoblauch

Excelsior, Minnesota

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I was so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. I feel so honored to have known this remarkable gentle man. My sincerest sympathy to the entire family. I know his stories will live on through all of you. God Bless

As my freshman sports coach in 1950, I remember many special talks with Coach Knoblauch that have carried over through the years.

We wish to send our sympathy & prayers to the Joe Knoblauch family. We have wonderful memories of teaching with Joe as Hopkins South Asst. Principal in 1958-59. Later he included us in several business ventures, fishing trips, & great hospitality always. May all your good memories & knowing we care bring you comfort.

My husband Don and I enjoyed many good times with Joe and Margie. They both were wonderfu people to know. Joe was always there to give me business advice and helped me make many decisions. My prayers are with the family as you experience your grief that comes with the loss of a geat man.
Mary Mueller (Don's wife)
San Diego, CA

We are blessed to have known such an amazing, intelligent, and truly warm-hearted man. I pray his legacy will live on through the generations he felt so proud of. God bless each of you.

Joe hired me to teach in Hopkins and became my friend. He was a very special man.

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of this great man and humanitarian Joe Knoblauch. He was a friend, mentor, Idol, and business partner on a occasion. He taught me so much about life,family, and business. He always had a smile and handshake for me. 25 of knowing joe have been some of best times to. I will miss you Joe.

Bill, Patty and the Knoblauch family. We are sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Tony & Mary Kay Kubat

LuAnne and Janet - So sorry for your loss. I hope that your happy memories of him are of comfort to you during this difficult time.


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