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Emma Hanel was born April 15,

1915 at Dickinson, the daughter of Frank and Margaret Kadrmas. She grew up and attended country school in the Fairfield area. As a young woman, Emma worked with her parents on the family farm. On November 6, 1933 she was married to Laudie Hanel at Belfield. They moved to the Hanel homestead where they farmed together and raised their family. In 1975 they retired, sold the farm and built a new home on Patterson Lake. They made Dickinson their home since that time. For the past 3 1/2 years Emma was a resident of St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson. She enjoyed gardening and growing flowers, especially roses. Emma loved to sew and cook great meals for her family. She enjoyed her children and grandchildren with much love and caring. Emma passed away Saturday, April 30, 2005 at St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson. Survivors include two sons: Clarence (Kathy) Hanel and Wil (Tara) Hanel all of Dickinson; a daughter, Sharon (Rick) Schwartz of Richardton; a daughter-in-law, Nancy Hanel of Dickinson; two brothers: Frank (Betty) Kadrmas of Belfield and Alfred (Katherine) Kadrmas of Dickinson; one sister, Lillian Polensky of California; thirteen grandchildren and many beloved great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Laudie; an infant son; two daughters: Elizabeth Kolling and Elaine Marie Kuntz; two brothers: William and George Kadrmas; two sisters: Jenny Polensky and Elsie Kussy; and a grandson, Keith Hanel.

Emma Hanel


Wednesday, May 4, 2005 10:30 a.m. St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church Dickinson, North Dakota


Tuesday, May 3, 2005, 7:00 p.m. Stevenson-Mischel-Olson Chapel Dickinson, North Dakota


Father Jerome Kautzman Rosary: Deacon Gene Morman


Mother Mine

Your love - as rubies - above price Your patient care, your sacrifice, Your tender heart - forgiving me The faults you even would not see, Your loyalty in peace and strife That gives me strength to shape my life All these O'Mother Mine, I hold More precious than the fairest gold! Aye, in this earth and heaven above These words breathe all there is of love -

Organist: Priscilla Keogh Song Leader: John Gengler


All Emma's Grandchildren are considered Pallbearers


St. Patrick's Cemetery Dickinson, North Dakota


Stevenson-Mischel-Olson Chapel Dickinson, North Dakota

A lunch will be served at the Life Center following graveside services Everyone is welcome.

My Mother.


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