Dora L. Grundmeyer
Sartell - Dora L. Grundmeyer, age 92, of Sartell, and formerly of Sleepy Eye, died Friday, July 9, 2021, at Country Manor in Sartell.
Funeral Service will be 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at the Minnesota Valley Funeral Home-SOUTH Chapel in New Ulm, with Pastor Bryan Prell officiating. Burial will follow in the Home Cemetery in Sleepy Eye.
Visitation will be one hour prior to the service Wednesday at the Funeral Home.
To leave an online condolence for the family, or to sign the guestbook, please visit: www.mvfh.org
Dora is survived by her husband, Don; son, Kelly (Lisa); sister, Norma Forsman; brother, Carl (Elva) Nass; Grandchildren, Jon, Rachel and Luke; Great grandchildren, Alice and Violet; as well as many nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Arnold, Harold, and Erwin Nass; sisters-in-law, Elaine and Joyce Nass; and brother-in-law, Elmer Forsman.
Dora Laura Nass was born on June 30, 1929 in Hutchinson, MN to Otto & Edna (Wendorf) Nass. She graduated from Hutchinson High School. Dora was united in marriage to Don Grundmeyer on October 6, 1956 in Hutchinson. Don and Dora both made a life for themselves in various towns working in the grocery industry. In the early 1960's they settled in Sleepy Eye till the late 1990's moving to Sartell. Dora worked at BF Goodrich in New Ulm till Kelly was born, then taking on the role of Mother, homemaker, and gardener, passing some of these skills to her daughter in law and grandchildren. In the early 1980's she took up selling Stanley Home Products. This was a very successful venture for her, as she created countless customers and friends, selling her products at many county fairs across the region. Dora continued to serve her existing customers, as well as building a new client base in the St. Cloud and Little Falls Area. After 30+ years of Stanley Home Products, she decided it was time to slow down. Dora was a member of Sleepy Eye St. John's Church Ladies Aid and was active in the Sleepy Eye Snowriders snowmobile club in the late 60's and 70's. She also enjoyed camping and seeing different parts of the United States, with either Don, or Kelly's family. She truly enjoyed these trips, especially listening to Luke quack in his sleep, wondering why he did that. Waffle House's always created miles of conversations and laughs. She will be greatly missed by many.
Dora's legacy is to keep your butter in a clean dish.www.mvfh.org
Published by St. Cloud Times from Jul. 11 to Jul. 13, 2021.