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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Dorothy A. Shepperd

1932 - 2021

Stewartville,MN

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Dorothy A. Shepperd , 88,  a longtime Stewartville,MN resident was called to eternal rest on Monday (January 11 , 2021) at the Stewartville Care Center where she had been residing since the end of  December .

Dorothy Ann Fasching was born on January 28, 1932 in Winsted,MN to Raymond and Louise(Lester) Fasching. She was raised in Winsted and graduated from Holy Trinity High School, class of 1950. Dorothy was married on December 9, 1951 in Howard Lake,MN to...

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February 13, 2021 8:23 AM
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Jeanne Schmidt

January 19, 2021 4:21 PM

So sorry to hear of Dorothy's passing. We had so many good times with the couples group at St. John's. I particularly remember the Booyas. The one year someone asked Howard what meat was in the stew. I remember "bear" being said and then watched Bette move the meat around in her bowl. We used to joke about road kill. Prayers for the family. She was a great lady and always fun to be around. 

Sheryl Bennett

January 16, 2021 2:20 PM

Condolences from the Orville Hagman family. Though my Dad, a longtime DNR employee passed away in 1999. I brought my Mom to your 50th wedding  anniversary in 2001. My Mom has since  passed in 2015, but Dad and Mom so enjoyed gatherings of coworkers and friends. My sympathy to you. 

Megan Beirne

January 15, 2021 9:07 AM

I have many fond memories of my grandma, but my favorite are from when I was younger. My brother and I would go to her and grandpa's farm every weekend and feed the horses, play with the cats that would show up, and grandma would always give us jello with whipped cream. Whenever we would leave, she'd give us a cup of her homemade trail mix to eat on the way home. 

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