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August 31, 1949 – August 15, 2020

Valeria Ann “Val” Landin, age 70, of Hutchinson passed away on Saturday, August 15th, 2020 at The Hutchinson Health.

She was born on August 31, 1949 in Fairmont, Minnesota the daughter of Roy and Merva (Rippel) Landin.

Valaria Ann Landin was baptized at Trinity Lutheran Church in Triumph, Minnesota.  She was confirmed at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Lester Prairie, Minnesota.

She graduated from Lester Prairie High School in 1967.

Val went on to work at 3M in Hutchinson for thirty-seven years.

Survived by sisters: Lois (Curt) Asche, Twylla Bauman and Holly (Steve) Kelzer; brothers: Kent “Swanny” Landin, Kurt (Denise) Landin and Kim (Deb) Landin; special daughter-in-law: Wendy and Dennis Geyen and their sons Nicholas & Benjamin Geyen;  many nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by her parents Roy and Merva Landin, a son Josh Landin, sister Dawn, a sister-in-law Brenda Landin and by a brother-in-law Weldon Baumann.

A visitation for Valeria Ann “Val” Landin will be held on Friday, August 21, 2020 from 4-8 P.M. at The Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted.

A Private Graveside will be held on Saturday, August 22nd at St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery in Lester Prairie.  Pastor Eric Nelson will officiate.

The Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted is serving the family.  Online condolences may be made to www.chilsonfuneralhome.com

16 Guestbook Entries

  1. Gwen DeGolier

    Val, I’m not sure how we are expected to get through this crazy life without you. I just know that your reunion with Josh was truly Heavenly. Rest in Peace, my dear friend. ?

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  2. Gene and Grace Chrast

    Val you were one special lady. We miss our Saturday night gatherings at Arby’s when we tried to solve the world’s problems. Please talk to St. Peter about getting the Good Lord to help us down here. Rest in peace my dear. You will be truly missed.

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  3. Adam L Landin

    Miss you dearly Aunt Val. You were such a wonderful, kind hearted person. You were fun loving person to be around. I loved visiting you after school sometimes.

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  4. Glenda Nelson

    Our sympathy to all Val’s family. She was a very good friend and she will be missed. The times she made us laugh so hard we cried. Keep them laughing in heaven Val.

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  5. Sue (Gueningsman) Senne

    So many childhood memories of the Landin family as our LP neighbor. My sympathies to all of you. Even though Val is no longer with us, may you have comfort in knowing she was welcomed home by her loved ones’ open arms. Peace be with you.

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  6. Jane and Jerry Alsleben

    Val will really be missed. She was a very caring fun person. Really a shock that she is gone. But now home with loved ones in Heaven.

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  7. Jon Anderson

    My sympathy to all of Val’s family and friends. She was a long time friend and neighbor. We shared some good times together, and all my memories of her are happy ones.

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  8. Wendy Telecky

    My prayers and sympathy go out to Val’s family. She was a great lady and will be missed. Many memories were made i Lester prairie in my Mom and Dad’s restaurant. RIP, Val.

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  9. Sharon Pawlitschek

    Val, I really enjoyed getting to know you when you worked at the hospital gift shop. You could always make me laugh and I love your candid spirit. I’m so glad I ran into you last week at the store and we got to talk. Rest In Peace. You will be truly missed!

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  10. Jane Randt

    My deepest sympathy to the Landin family.
    Val was so fun to be around. Never a dull moment and barely a serious one.
    Garage sales at Lonna Kruschkes always meant new underwear for Val!!!
    And, they truly were new, as Lonna”s dear Mom would bring them there to sell…tags still on them!
    May you find comfort in knowing the love she shared with so many- and the love that embraced her when she entered heavens gates.
    God Bless
    Jane Randt

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  11. Nancy Teklenburg

    Val’s Family,
    So sorry to read about Val’s passing away. We were friends in grade school. I actually lived across the street from your family. She was a lot of fun, and I’m sure you will miss her. May God comfort you with all your special memories of her.
    Nancy Midtaune Teklenburg

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  12. Clyde and Gwen Adickes

    Landin family:

    Our sympathy with you all.
    Big HUG.

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  13. Deb Quast

    I will always remember her smile and wit. Val has truly blessed everyone she has met. Treasure the goods times and until we meet again, look up and smile:)

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  14. Dan Gueningsman

    Condolences and Sympathy to the Landin Family!!!
    God Bless!!!
    Dan Gueningsman

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  15. Larry & Jeanette

    Our Deepest Sympathy to all of the Landin Family. May God give you comfort and peace.

    Cherish all the special memories.

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  16. Mary Griep

    Val, was a treasure to know and to work with. Always smiling and helping others have fun. Anyone who knew her loved her! She will be missed! May all your memories bring you peace and comfort during this difficult loss of your loved one!

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