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Glenna Dorothy (Rosenfeldt) McEvers

January 4, 1927 ~ February 18, 2021 (age 94)


Glenna D. McEvers passed away peacefully on Feb 18, 2021 at her apartment in Detroit Lakes surrounded by her family.

Glenna was born Jan 4, 1927 to Herbert and Ella Rosenfeldt of Sabin, MN. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, and graduated from Moorhead High School, and was proud to have been a Moorhead Spud.

Glenna married Howard McEvers in 1946, and they lived, farmed, and raised their two children in Baker, MN.  Glenna also enjoyed working as part time post mistress in Baker.

Howard and Glenna moved to Scottsdale, AZ in 1970.  In 1975 Howard retired, and they moved to Port Ludlow, WA. Glenna took a position as post mistress there. Howard passed way in 1990. Glenna returned to Arizona and lived in a retirement park in Mesa. She enjoyed many activities including board games, bingo, whist, swimming and shuffle board. She was active and interested in sports.

In 2019, she moved to Detroit Lakes to be near her son Jay of Vergas, and her daughter Cindy Egge of Detroit Lakes. Over the years, she kept in touch with family friends, and neighbors, by email.

Glenna is survived by her four grandchildren, Tamara, Tawnia, Jerad, and Jesse; and three great grandchildren, Ciara, Layne, and Corbyn.  She is also survived by her sister Shirley Setter who resides in Utah, and by many beloved nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her sisters, Adeline Barthalomaus, and Lois Lokken, Sabin, MN. 

At her request, no formal service will be held. Her final resting place will be Port Ludlow, WA.

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