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Service Information
St. John’s the Baptist Catholic Church-Dayton, MN
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
11:30 A.M.

Visitation Information
St. John’s the Baptist Catholic Church-Dayton, MN
Monday, May 11, 2015
4-8 P.M.

Janet H. Dahlheimer (Vetsch) of Dayton (75), unexpectantly passed away May 5th. She was proceeded in death by her parents: Alvin and Bernice (Eckes) Vetsch, her mother-in-law, Mildred (Weber) Dahlheimer, her siblings Dale, Joseph and Mary Jane Vetsch, and her son, John.
Survived by her husband, John; children: Sandy (Jay) Rock, Randy (Tammie) Dahlheimer, Michelle (Dave) Langefels, Todd (Pam) Dahlheimer, Jennifer (Chuck) Goede. Grandchildren: Tanya (Anson) Brown, Justin Rock, Joshua Dahlheimer, Jessica (Frank) Cichocki, Morgan (Jake) Owens, Mandy Dahlheimer, Zachary Dahlheimer, Erika Langefels, David Langefels Jr., Alexander (Erin) Langefels, Luke Langefels, Lily Langefels, Xander Dahlheimer, Sarena Dahlheimer, Hannnah Goede, Ella Goede,and Ella Harris. Three great-grand children: Ryder Brown, Celia Dahlheimer, and Oliver Cichocki. Her siblings: Dennis (Leona) Vetsch, Betty Vetsch, Judy Forsythe, Doug (Betsy) Vetsch, Marilyn “Cheech” (Dennis) Dahl, Mary Kay (Sue Warn) Vetsch, Barb (John) Gangl. Father-in-law, Merlin John Dahlheimer, in-laws: Pete (Jean) Dahlheimer, Carmen (John) Berning, Janet Murray, Marcia (Steve) Heath, Mike (Darlene) Dahlheimer, Joe (Joanne) Dahlheimer, Chuck (Cindy) Dahlheimer, Phillip (Anne) Dahlheimer, Sharon (Robert) Henke, Jim (Lynda) Dahlheimer, and Renee Thayer. And many nieces and nephews.
She married her husband, John, at St. Alberts in Albertville on May 9, 1959. She worked hard raising her 5 children on a dairy farm in Dayton. She spent many Saturday nights dancing to old time music with her sweet heart. Janet was a devoted member of and volunteer for St. John the Baptist Church for 56 years. Janet loved gardening, sewing, cross stitching, bird watching, reading, traveling the world, and spending time with her red hats groups. She was well know as an excellent cook and baker; no one ever left her home hungry. Most of all she loved spending time with her husband, siblings, children, grand children and friends. Having her home stuffed to the gills with family and friends, brought her great joy. She was an amazing listener and many found comfort in her. She was the heart of her family and will be missed greatly.

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