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Barbara M. Zenner

Dec. 4, 1908 - Jan. 13, 2008 BELGRADE -- Barbara Margaret Zenner, 99, of Belgrade died Sunday at the Belgrade Nursing Home. The service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Belgrade. Burial will be at the chur...

Dec. 4, 1908 - Jan. 13, 2008

BELGRADE -- Barbara Margaret Zenner, 99, of Belgrade died Sunday at the Belgrade Nursing Home.

The service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Belgrade. Burial will be at the church cemetery.

Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m., with a 5:30 p.m. Christian Mothers Rosary and a 7:30 p.m. parish prayer service Friday at the Johnson Funeral Home in Belgrade and for one hour prior to the service Saturday at the church.

She was born on Dec. 4, 1908, near Pierz to Joseph and Mary Hoheisel. She attended country grade school in the area through the eighth grade.

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She married Leo Zenner on Sept. 29, 1931. They farmed near Elrosa for three years before they moved to the farm southeast of Belgrade. She helped farm and worked as a homemaker. In 1969, they retired and moved into Belgrade. Leo died in 1988. She moved to the Belgrade Nursing Home in 2005.

She was a member of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, where she was in the Christian Mothers Club. She served in 4-H and was a member of homemakers club.

She is survived by nine children: Virginia (and Maynard) Meierhofer of Ripon, Wis., Shirley (and Albin) Lipold of The Villages, Fla., LeRoy (and Yvonne) Zenner of Richmond, Elizabeth (and Anthony) Waggoner of Northglenn, Colo., Robert (and Kathy) Zenner of Belgrade, Florence Sheesley (and Gerald Shamla) of St. Joseph, Dennis (and Colleen) Zenner of Lowry, Gary Zenner of Cottage Grove, and Mary Sagedahl of Burlington, Ill., daughter-in-law: Sue (and Leon) Weiner of Belgrade; 54 grandchildren; 63 great-grandchildren; and a sister: Hildegard Bujalski of Pierz.

She was preceded in death by her husband; a son: Steven; son-in-law: Arlen Sheesley; and four grandchildren.

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