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Charles O. Godel, 83, died Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, from congestive affection abortion at his home on Pomme de Terre Lake amidst by his wife and two daughters.
Charles Orville Godel was built-in on Dec. 12, 1929, the fourth of seven boys built-in to Leonard Louis and Mary Kathryn (Kays) Godel on the east bank of admirable Silver Lake, two afar arctic of Battle Lake in Everts Township in Otter Tail County.
He abounding the Battle Lake Public Academy for 12 years, admission in 1948. He admired sports and was a quarterback in football, bouncer in basketball and a catcher in baseball.
After aerial academy he formed for two months at the Glendalough Game Acreage which was aloof beyond the alley from their acreage agriculture 10,000 turkeys. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force for three years but back the Korean War bankrupt out he was continued for addition year.
His basal training was at San Antonio, Texas, went for ancestry at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver and again served 3 ½ years at Ellsworth AFB, Rapid City, S.D. After his discharge, he formed as a salesman for 13 years for Gaffaney’s and again catholic arctic Minnesota for St. Paul Book and Stationery Company until his retirement in February 1992.
He affiliated Marlys June Haggstrom on Oct. 24, 1952, at Zion Lutheran Abbey of Amor. They lived in Moorhead for a abbreviate time and confused to Elbow Lake in 1953. They had three daughters; Deborah, Diane and Elizabeth.
Charlie admired to have a vegetable garden, canning and freezing whatever he would grow.
His grandchildren grew up bistro and admiring his pickles. He helped accomplish pickles until the aftermost anniversary of his life.
He could apprehend a abstruseness atypical in a day or two. He admired bowling with the Leis Motors team.
He and his wife Marlys were both pilots and endemic an aeroplane with accomplice Orvin Amundson. He and his accompany would fly to Canada, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and Lake of the Woods to coursing and fish.
One of the abundant loves of his activity was golf. He won the Pot of Gold Tournament three times at the Pebble Lake Golf Course at Fergus Falls, won the Resorters Championship in Alexandra, and won the Senior Mens Championship at Tipsinah Mounds Golf Course in 1999.
He was best appreciative a year ago back he said he had golfed his age.
He and his wife, Marlys, began a admirable attitude of Sunday spaghetti afterwards abbey with airheaded and apples in the evening, which their ancestors continues to this day.
When he was still working, he and Marlys would absorb his two week-vacation in Arizona every February.
In the 90s, they would winter in Marina, Calif., back babe Deborah lived there, Escondido, Calif., New Braunfels, Texas, and afterwards retirement spent the winters in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, Ala.
He had been a affiliate of Bethlehem West Elbow Lake Lutheran Abbey back 1953, a lifetime affiliate of the American Legion for 58 years, a lifetime affiliate of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association and the Elks of Fergus Falls.
Chuck and Beverly (Woessner) Lillemoen were affiliated on Dec. 13, 2003, in a gazebo overlooking the ocean at the Moon Palace Resort in Cancun, Mexico.
They were both retired so the winters for the aftermost 10 years were spent in Alabama, golfing, bistro out and aloof adequate a activity of leisure with their abounding friends.
After Hurricane Ivan hit Alabama, an agreeable winter was spent in Biloxi until Hurricane Katrina destroyed a lot of that area. The blow of the time was spent golfing in Minnesota, demography trips to Germany, Hawaii, apricot fishing in Oregon, while visiting his brother, Myron and family, in Washington, additional cruises to the Caribbean, Alaska and the Panama Canal.
Chuck was an outdoorsman and acquainted so adored to be able to do so abounding things in his lifetime he dreamed would never be possible.
He will be absolutely absent by his ancestors and abounding friends.
He is survived by his wife, Beverly; daughters, Diane (Mark) Ehlers of Elbow Lake and Elizabeth (Dale) Michealson of Morris; 10 grandchildren, Gina (Michael Groeneweg) Ehlers, Jessica Peterson, Kara (Joe) Odell, Larissa (Jeremy) Driscoll, Sarah Davis, Bethany Ehlers, Rebekah (Mike) Schumacher, Charles and Tristan Michealson and David Ehlers; 11 great-grandchildren, Madison, Dillon, Hayden, Gavin, Lauren, Maxwell, Noah, Landon, Brett, Taylor and Trevor; two brothers Irvin (Darlene) Godel of Glencoe, and Homer (Delores) Godel of Moorhead; sisters-in-law, Juel, Marion, Shirley and Barbara Godel; abounding nieces, nephews, ancestors and friends; Beverly’s family, Craig (Marsha) and Mya Lillemoen and Chandra (Dan) and Laureli Herrera.
He was preceded in afterlife by his parents; aboriginal wife Marlys (April 28, 2002); a daughter, Deborah (Jan. 21, 1999); a great-grandson, Marcus (May 1, 2008); and brothers, Howard (Nov. 22, 2010), Wilton (Sept. 15, 2006), Myron (March 31, 2012) and Edwin (Dec. 30, 2009).
Visitation: Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m., with a adoration account at 4:30 p.m., at the burial home, and one hour above-mentioned to casework at the church
Service: 10 a.m. Monday, at Bethlehem West Elbow Lake Lutheran Church
Clergy: Rev. Scott Ruud
Burial: Ness Cemetery, Elbow Lake
Funeral Home: Erickson-Smith Burial Home, Elbow Lake
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