Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Winsted
Saturday, February 16, 2013
AT THE FUNERAL HOME
Friday, February 15, 2013
Marcella T. Quast, age 85, of Winsted passed away at her home on Wednesday, February 13, 2013.
She was born on October 31, 1927 in Winsted the daughter of Peter and Frances Quast Entinger.
Marcella attended Lester Prairie Schools and graduated from Lester Prairie High School.
On May 11, 1948, she was united in marriage to Raymond A. Quast. They made Winsted their home. They were blessed with seven children.
Marcella was preceded in death by her husband: Raymond A. Quast in 1978, her parents: Peter & Frances Entinger, four brothers: Fred, Louis, Tony and Andrew and by a sister: Catherine “Kate” Millerbernd.
Survived by her seven children: Douglas (Joyce) Quast of Kimball, Steven (Kay) Quast of Howard Lake, Charlene (Kevin) Latzig of Lester Prairie, Marlene (Lyle) Kritzeck of Winsted, Charles (Twila) Quast of Shakopee, Allen (Debra) Quast and Barb (Gary) Prehn all of Lester Prairie; nineteen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren; two sisters: Delores Hoese and Jennett Hoese; other relatives and friends.
My deepest sympathy and prayers to Marcella’s entire family and friends. I and my family are so sorry to hear of your loss. We will miss our backyard visits and chats. She was a wonderful neighbor and friend and will be truely missed by all.
So Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and she will be missed.
I was very sorry to hear of the passing of Marcella. She was a good friend of my Grandma Ann’s and I’ll never forget the time she drove my family to Chicago and ‘fired’ me as her ‘navigator’. She will be missed.
Sending you our sympathys. We will keep everyone in our prayers.
Barb, Gary, Al and Deb, I was sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Even though I have not seen her in years, I always liked her and was happy to see her whenever our paths crossed. She will be missed. Pam and I send our heartfelt condolences to you during this hard time.
Ron and Pam Rolf, Fishers, IN
I didn’t know Marcella well, but whenever I had the chance to talk to her, she always spoke highly of her children. She seemed to be a very, very proud mother. So sorry for your loss.
Our deepest sympathy to you Barb and your family.