In memory of
Harvey Ernst Marxhausen
In memory of
Harvey Ernst Marxhausen
Marxhausen, Harvey Ernst December 29, 1918 - March 26, 2021 Harvey Ernst Marxhausen died in Bloomington, Minnesota on March 26, 2021 at the age of 102. He was born at home on the family farm in Rollingstone, Minnesota during the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, and lived most of his life in Minnesota. He was preceded in death by his wife Hazel, parents Edward and Lena, brother Leonard, sister Alvie Link and niece Donna Nitsche. He is survived by three sons Jerry (Donna Jean) of Jacksonville, FL, Jim (Katie) of Edina, MN, John (Anne) of Knife River, MN, and daughter Janet Beezley (Allan) of Boulder, CO. He had eight grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Harvey spent most of his adult life living in the Minneapolis area and worked for Cargill Inc. for 40 years. He and Hazel attended Pilgrim Lutheran Church and later St. Michael's Lutheran Church. He was a man of faith and spent many volunteer hours at church including the choir at Pilgrim, where he met many life-long friends. His family was of utmost importance to him. He loved going to their sporting events and concerts, on road trips and camping. When someone complimented his children he would beam. Hazel was the love of his life. Before her death he lovingly cared for her. He loved to sing and listen to choral and classical music. He was an avid bridge player. He enjoyed fishing and fishing trips to Minnesota's lakes. He rooted for the Gophers and Twins. A private family memorial service will be held. Memorials may be given to St. Michael's Lutheran Church 9201 Normandale Boulevard, Bloomington, MN 55437, or to a charity of choice. The family would like to thank the Friendship Village staff and Park Nicollet Hospice. Washburn-McReavy.com Edina Chapel 952-920-3996
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In memory of
Harvey Ernst Marxhausen
Marxhausen, Harvey Ernst December 29, 1918 - March 26, 2021 Harvey Ernst Marxhausen died in Bloomington, Minnesota on March 26, 2021 at the age of 102. He was born at home on the family farm in Rollingstone, Minnesota during the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, and lived most of his life in Minnesota. He was preceded in death by his wife Hazel, parents Edward and Lena, brother Leonard, sister Alvie Link and niece Donna Nitsche. He is survived by three sons Jerry (Donna Jean) of Jacksonville, FL, Jim (Katie) of Edina, MN, John (Anne) of Knife River, MN, and daughter Janet Beezley (Allan) of Boulder, CO. He had eight grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Harvey spent most of his adult life living in the Minneapolis area and worked for Cargill Inc. for 40 years. He and Hazel attended Pilgrim Lutheran Church and later St. Michael's Lutheran Church. He was a man of faith and spent many volunteer hours at church including the choir at Pilgrim, where he met many life-long friends. His family was of utmost importance to him. He loved going to their sporting events and concerts, on road trips and camping. When someone complimented his children he would beam. Hazel was the love of his life. Before her death he lovingly cared for her. He loved to sing and listen to choral and classical music. He was an avid bridge player. He enjoyed fishing and fishing trips to Minnesota's lakes. He rooted for the Gophers and Twins. A private family memorial service will be held. Memorials may be given to St. Michael's Lutheran Church 9201 Normandale Boulevard, Bloomington, MN 55437, or to a charity of choice. The family would like to thank the Friendship Village staff and Park Nicollet Hospice. Washburn-McReavy.com Edina Chapel 952-920-3996
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Edina, MN 55436
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