In loving memory of
About Everett Kuehl...Everett A. Kuehl was born August 14, 1907 to William F. and Julia (Buehler) Kuehl in Sac County, IA. In 1910, the family moved to Wausau, Nebraska where they lived for one year. In 1911 they moved to Minnesota to a farm in Amo Township in Cottonwood County. Everett attended County School #64 through the eighth grade. He was confirmed in the Amo Methodist Church.
On September 17, 1930, Everett was united in marriage to Hazel Ihrke at Hazel's parent's home in Springfield Township of Cottonwood County. This marriage was blessed with six children. After their marriage, they lived and farmed in Amo Township and retired there. They remained on their farm until May of 2000, when they moved to Mikkelsen Manor in Windom. Hazel passed away January 26, 2004.
Everett attended the Amo United Methodist Church since his family moved to Minnesota where he served on the church board and helped with church projects. At different times he served on the country school District #76 school board, the Storden School board, and the Storden Elevator board.
He and Hazel enjoyed traveling, visiting family and friends in many of the states of the US, including Hawaii. They also traveled to Israel and Jordan. Hobbies included working with wood, especially making clocks – he made many in the shape of Minnesota and other states. He also loved to go fishing and made three fishing trips into Canada. Through the years he enjoyed his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and their families, and the families of his many friends.
Everett passed away Friday evening, September 5, 2008 at the Sogge Good Samaritan Society in Windom at the age of 101.
Everett is survived by four daughters; Delores Carr and her husband, Will of Nixa, MO; Margaret Kelm and her husband, Norman of Westbrook; LaDonna Gravelle and her husband, Glenn of Centennial, CO; Myrna Kuehl of Blaine; one son, Norman Kuehl and his wife, Mary of Windom; one daughter-in-law, Arlene Kuehl of Apple Valley; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; 2 step grandchildren; 10 step-great-grandchildren; 4 step-great-great-grandchildren.
Everett is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Hazel; son and daughter-in-law, Darrel and Peggy Kuehl; three brothers, Alfred, Leonard and Raymond; three sisters, Alice, Elsie and Luella.
Blessed be the memory of Everett A. Kuehl.