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Treva Gay LoewenhagenTreva Gay Loewenhagen, age 75, of Mondovi, passed away on Wednesday, December 31, 2013 at the American Lutheran Home, Mondovi. She was born on November 02, 1938 in Mondovi, a daughter of the late Edwin and Grace (Adams) Ottum. Treva was united in marriage to Robert Loewenhagen and to this marriage six children were born. Besides providing a loving home for her family, Treva also did work outside her home where she provided child day care in Mondovi and worked at the Sunshine Café in Gilmanton. Treva’s hobbies included sewing, fishing and most notably, playing cards with family and friends. Treva will be remembered for the unconditional love for her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Treva will be sadly missed by her husband of the past 54 years, Robert of Mondovi; her children, Violet (Tom Risler) Huftel of Eleva, Terry Loewenhagen of Blair, Jodeen (Joseph) Wolfe of Arcadia, Rory (Kelly) Loewenhagen of Gilmanton and Tracy Loewenhagen of Mondovi; eight grandchildren, Carrie (Jerry) Larson, Larissa (Todd) McAmis, Maxine Huftel, William Loewenhagen Bailey (Troy Wolf) Anderson, Mackenzie Wolfe, Justin Loewenhagen and Nicole (Blake Turner) Loewenhagen; six great grandchildren, Danielle and Cashton, Scott and Hailey, Keegan and Karlee; sisters, Darlene Davis of Gilmanton, Mavis Anderson of Gilmanton, Jensine (Elmer) Myers of Nelson, Linda Robinson of Osseo and Vicky Fuller of Altoona; Brothers, Royal (Gloria) Ottum of Modena, Allis (Rose) Ottum of Independence, Clifford (Sandy) Ottum of Orlando and Ross Ottum of Arcadia, also by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Besides her parents, an infant daughter, Brenda Lea, brother, Donald Ottum and daughter in law, Ann Yoder preceded Treva in death. A memorial service for Treva celebrating her life will be held on Thursday, January 9 at 3:30 PM at the Cafeteria of the American Lutheran Home, Mondovi with Chaplain Gary Preston Offiating. A memorial gathering for immediate family and American Lutheran Home residents and staff will be held on Thursday from 2:30 until the hour of the service. All are invited to further celebrate Treva’s life with food and fellowship at the American Legion Hall in Gilmanton immediately following the memorial service. The staff of Scenic Rivers Cremation Center/Talbot Family Funeral Homes assisted the family with arrangements. Online memories or condolences may be sent to www.talbotfuneralhomes.com
I wish I would have known you better, cousin! You sound like a wonderful person. Rest in peace!
Marsha (Ottum) Owen Jan 29 2014 3:45 PM
I will miss Treva. I spent alot of time at her house while in my teen years. Coming from a large family we always had cousins running around. Her house was the place to go even after she had her stroke. We would still go there and play cards. I can remember sneaking over there with Jodeen on our lunch break from school and having tomato sandwiches. During fair time we always ended up there for a cookout and to watch the parade. My kids remember coming to the home to visit you a few years ago and seeing their 1st wild bunny up close. It was outside of the nursing home. You were a good and caring person in life and will be missed by many. I know that now you are up above watching all of us. You and Donny are probably down at the old fishing hole catching some big fish. Love you and Miss you.
Rose Montreuil Jan 9 2014 9:15 AM
A candle was lit in memory of Treva Loewenhagen
Rose Montreuil Jan 9 2014 9:09 AM