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D. Angeline "Angie" Amundson

April 15, 1928 — June 21, 2024

D. Angeline "Angie" Amundson, 96, of Willmar, MN and formerly of Webster, passed away, Friday, June 21, 2024, at Compassionate Cottage Assisted Living in Willmar.

Funeral services will be 10:30am, Friday, June 28, 2024 at American Lutheran Church in Webster. Interment will be at the Webster Cemetery.

Visitation will be Thursday 5-6:30pm, closing with a 6:30pm prayer service at the funeral home.

Memorials may be directed to American Lutheran Church 121 West 7th Avenue Webster, SD 57274

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Dorothy Angeline ‘Angie’ Amundson was born on April 15, 1928, in rural Butler, South Dakota to Oden and Clara (Stadsklev) Ausland. She was baptized at Bethany Lutheran Church near Butler, South Dakota and confirmed at Lily Lutheran Church, Lily, South Dakota. Angie attended school in Lily and graduated from high school in 1945. She attended Northern State University while at the same time teaching at country schools to earn money to pursue her college degree. Angie graduated from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1952. She taught for one year in Hinckley, MN before moving to Bristol, where she taught and met her future husband Kenny while roller skating at the Bristol gymnasium.

Angie and Kenny were married in Lily Lutheran Church on August 21, 1954. They moved to their farm site near Webster and established the Amundson family farm. Angie taught school for one year after getting married and then stayed home to raise their family and help on the farm. She returned to teaching in 1973 in Roslyn, South Dakota and taught there for 15 years. Angie was advisor for Declam and the school newspaper ‘The Viking’, which won awards at the annual Press Convention held in Brookings, South Dakota. She and Kenny enjoyed 14 years at Alamo, TX during the winter months. They also enjoyed other trips around the United States. One of Kenny and Angie’s favorite places to spend time was at their cabin on Pickerel Lake.

The couple moved off the farm in 1995, and into a townhouse in Webster. In the fall of 2014, they moved to Heritage Village apartments. In June 2021, Angie moved to an assisted living facility in New London, Minnesota; she later moved to Compassionate Cottage in Willmar, Minnesota and lived there until she passed away on Friday June 21, 2024, surrounded by family.

Angie was a member of American Lutheran Church since 1954 where she was a Sunday School teacher and involved in Bible studies, church circle and Ladies Aid. She was also a 4-H leader. In later years she loved to read and did cross stitch and embroidery.

Angie is survived by one son Lonnie (Nikki) Amundson of Webster, two daughters, Sandy (Kevin) Hanson and Kristi (Scott) Glup of Willmar, MN, son-in-law Jeff Biever, Holland, MN, nine grandchildren, ten great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She is also survived by one sister, Carol (Don) Evenson of Brookings, SD and sister-in-law Frances Swain of Shakopee, MN. Angie was preceded in death by her parents, husband Kenny, four brothers, one daughter Lori Biever, and grandson Nicholas Biever.

 Blessed be her memory.

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