Aloise V. Peterson, 72
Aloise V. Peterson, 72, of Lowry, died Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013 at Douglas
County Hospital in Alexandria. A memorial service celebrating her life was held
on Tuesday, Aug. 27 at Lowry Community Covenant Church. Officiants were the Rev.
Ted Graf, the Rev. Al Peterson and the Rev. Marilyn Peterson. Inturnment was in
Ben Wade Cemetery. Arrangements were with Hoplin-Hitchcock
Funeral Home of Glenwood.
Aloise Vinette Peterson, the daughter of Philip Mervin Orlando Peterson and Vivian Elmira Corolla (Dahlgren) Peterson, was born on March 1, 1941 in Glenwood. She grew up in Farwell, where she attended District 98 County School in Farwell and Glenwood. She was a graduate of Glenwood High School.
Aloise attended University College in Minneapolis and received a degree in business. She was employed at Midland National Bank for five years and University Hospital in Minneapolis for 10 years. Aloise made her home in rural Pope County and attended Ben Wade Church and Kensington Church. Aloise was a member of Toast Mistress and was active as state president for some years. She enjoyed painting, arts and crafts, reading, the outdoors, music and family.
Aloise will be remembered for always being a giver and the love she showed her family. Her hobbies included art, gardening, sewing, reading and selling Amway, Watkins and Avon. She will also be remembered for how much she enjoyed spending the holidays with her family and loved ones.
Aloise is survived by her brother, the Rev. Al Peterson, D.D. and his wife, the Rev. Marilyn Peterson of Farwell; as well as her nieces and nephew, Kimi (Aaron) Quirt of Browerville, Kari (Brad) Peterson of Farwell, Kandi Anderson, of Elbow Lake, Katie (Shane) Swanson of Elbow Lake, Karleen (Jason) Fodstad of Zimmerman, Kendra Peterson of Elbow Lake, Kayle Peterson of Elbow Lake and Danielle Peterson of Farwell; and also great-nieces and nephews, Jordan and Nicholas Quirt, Cheyenne Peterson,
Aydan and Dayle Anderson, Kherington Swanson, Tayler and Rylie Scott-Peterson.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Philip and Vivian Peterson.
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