Photo courtesy of Wulff Woodbury Funeral Home

Dennis O. Albrecht

Woodbury, Minnesota

Dec 11, 1948 - Apr 19, 2012

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I worked with Denny in 3M Engineering 1980-1982. He was such a nice, caring man. My sympathies to all of Denny's family.

Dennis was a treasured member of our community, here at Stonecrest . He was a regular member of our chapel services and read devotions faithfully in our assisted living dining room. He was a fine man and is greatly missed.

I grew up as a neighbor to the Albrecht family. I remember with fondness attendiing youth group activities at both St. Peter's and St. John's and his hunting on my foster parents farm. My condolences.

I just wanted to say that I am sorry to read of your loss. I worked many times with Denny over the years, and always enjoyed doing so. He had a tough life in many respects, and perhaps now he is in peace.


Bethany, Jenna, Paul and families, our prayers are with you these days. Previous commitments prevented me from being at the service today. The photos bring back many good memories of Dennis and family times. Strength to you all in the days and months ahead. My mom, Elaine also sends her condolences. God's Peace,


Here's to you Mallard, from your fishing buddies. You will be missed! Hang in there Paul.

Dennis and I attended vocational school and started working at 3M the same time. We worked near each other in engineering through our careers. We both enjoyed working on the annual Tape Engineering Booya. Dennis was a kind and conscientious coworker and friend. God bless you Dennis and family.

Dear Albrecht family,

I was a neighbor in Grant Township. I am sorry for the loss of your father and grandfather. May God Bless you at this difficult time.
Linda Keller Hanson

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


Dennis's Obituaries

Age 63Of Woodbury Formerly of StillwaterPassed away suddenly on April 19, 2012. Grew up in Afton; 30+ year resident of Stillwater. Lifelong and active member of St. Peter Lutheran Church of Afton. Retired after 35+ years at 3M. Avid outdoorsman, got the nickname "Mallard" while...

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