Inez Lindberg

Resided in Kipling, MI
Died May 21, 2007

Inez R. Lindberg, age 90, of 1423 North Lake Shore Drive; Gladstone, (Kipling area) died Thursday morning, May 24th, 2007, at the Lakeview Assisted Living in Gladstone where she resided since June of 2005.
Inez was born November 27th, 1916 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of Dona and Agnes (Carlson) Barron and they soon returned to the St. Nicholas area where Inez went to school until the eighth grade. Her ninth and tenth grade years were spent at St. Joseph

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    I was in the primary grades at Perkins when Miss Barron became Mrs. Lindburg. This tall, soft spoken, immaculately groomed Kindergarten teacher was someone all of us girls admired. It was said she made all her clothes, including maternity clothes, during those years. Condolences to the family from a St. Nicholas neighbor.
    Marie Van Damme Schmitt
    Ellensburg, WA

    To Mrs. Lindberg’s Family,

    Mrs. Lindberg was my K, 1, and 2 grade teacher in Cornell. She was my favorite teacher. She will be missed. May God be with you and your family at this time of loss.

    Carrie (Frizzell) Beranek
    Grafton, WI

    Dear John and Jeannie,

    I just wanted to extend my condolences to you at this time. I heard you speak so highly of your mother so many times it was almost as if I knew her too. God Bless you at this difficult time.

    Mary Oman
    Iron Mountain, MI

    John and Jeanne,

    So sorry to hear the news about your mother. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Susan (Goetz) and Hollis Habeger
    St. John, IN

    Jamee and family: I am very sorry for your loss. Your grandma was a very sweet and kind lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Jenny Johnson (Williams)
    Wilson, MI

    We are very sorry for your loss. I can remember visiting twice with my mother, Sharon Fox, who visited her while living in MI. She was always so sweet and loving. Our prayers are with you at this difficult time.

    Eileen & Sharon Fox
    Mosinee, WI

    Afternoon coffee at the kitchen table with Great Aunt Inez. Watching her wash the linen’s for the cabins and hanging them in the Lower laundry room. Always knowing that if we drove by we could stop and visit. We knew we were always welcome.

    Sue Schroepfer & Arlene Kelley
    Belvidere, IL

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