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Clara C. Leuer

Nov. 3, 1912 - Jan. 17, 2008 PAYNESVILLE -- Clara C. Leuer, 95, of Paynesville died Thursday at the Koronis Manor in Paynesville. The service will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Louis Catholic Church in Paynesville. Burial will be in the Parish ceme...

Nov. 3, 1912 - Jan. 17, 2008

PAYNESVILLE -- Clara C. Leuer, 95, of Paynesville died Thursday at the Koronis Manor in Paynesville.

The service will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Louis Catholic Church in Paynesville. Burial will be in the Parish cemetery.

Visitation is one hour prior to the service Monday at the church in Paynesville. Arrangements are with the Daniel-Anderson Funeral Home in Paynesville. Memorials are preferred.

She was born Nov. 3, 1912, to Mitchell and Adeline (Holmes) Merchant. She attended Bass Lake School District 123.

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She married John Leuer on June 3, 1931. John died in 1933.

Clara married Fred Leuer on Nov. 6, 1934. They farmed near Wayzata and moved to Eden Valley in 1961, where they farmed. In 1978, they moved to Garrison. In 1997, they moved to Paynesville.

She was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church.

She is survived by her children: George (and Virginia) of Pueblo West, Colo., Paul (and Jane) of Zimmerman, Marilyn (and Rod) Johnson of Ely, Judy (and Ken) Ramthun of Paynesville; 21 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; and a sister: Lorraine Phillips.

She was preceded in death by both husbands, two sisters, two brothers, and several grandchildren.

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