Eddy Wolff, formerly of rural Karlstad, MN, passed away on Sunday, April 28, 2019 at LifeCare Greenbush Manor at Greenbush, MN.
Eddy was the son of Henry & Elizabeth (Weinrebe) Wolff of Lind Township, Roseau Co., MN and was born on June 5, 1922.
He is survived by children; Curtis (Marjean) Wolff of Strathcona, MN, Dean (Marilynn) Wolff of Thief River Falls, MN and Connie (Kerry) Snare of Elk River, MN.
Grandchildren, Karla & Kirk Studebaker of Princeton, MN, Carson Snare of Elk River, Cassie & Dan Reichert of Brooklyn Park, MN, Kara & Dale Forst of Greenbush, MN Kristi & Neil Gustafson of Karlstad, Dacian & Christine Wolff of Thief River Falls, Lucas & Sally Wolff of Thief River Falls, Duane & Sarah Wolff of Apple Valley, MN, Jordan & Nicole Rairdon of Thief River Falls, Ashley & Josh Bergerson of Thief River Falls.
Great-Grandchildren, Ben Studebaker, Sydney Studebaker, Trevor Forst, Karley Forst, Preston Wolff, Shantelle Gustafson, Eian Gustafson, Brandt Reichert, Jed Wolff, Zayna Wolff, Svea Wolff, Emmett Wolff, Henry Wolff, Darrell Rairdon and Emery Bergerson.
Sister, Alice Hobson of Oologah, Oklahoma; Sisters-in-law, Linda & Earl Johnson of Warren, MN, Barbara & Alvin Oertwich of Fertile, MN, Kay Turn of Kennedy, MN. Brother-in-law, Harvey Pulkrabek of Grand Forks, ND.
Many nieces & nephews.
Eddy was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Betty, a son, Darrell, sisters, Olga, Bertha and Clara. Brothers William, Robert and Hubert. Sisters-in-law, Phyllis Pulkrabek, Kay & Wilford Dostal & brother-in-law, Leroy Turn.
Eddy served in the Navy during WWII and was stationed on the USS Sitka Bay in the Pacific Ocean. He proposed to Betty mailing her a package with a ring. Following the war he returned to marry Betty in Kennedy, MN on September 14, 1946.
They settled on a farm in Lind Township and lived there until October 2018, when they moved into Assisted Living. Betty passed away on December 3, 2018. In January Eddy moved into LifeCare Greenbush Manor.
Eddy enjoyed farming with Betty for 72 years, milking cows, grain farming and raising sheep.
There was no public funeral service. Burial for both Betty & Eddy was in Bethel Lutheran Cemetery in Greenbush. Arrangements are with Gieseke Funeral Chapel of Greenbush.