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October 21, 1922 – October 15, 2023

Jeanette Anna Maria (Storm) (Peterson) Buttenhoff

Jeanette Anna Maria Buttenhoff, Age 100 of Plymouth, MN (formerly of St. Louis Park, MN and Rockford, MN) passed away peacefully at home with family on 10/15/2023 (6 days before her 101st birthday). She was born at home in Minneapolis, MN on 10/21/1922.

She is preceded in death by her Husband: Leonard Emil Buttenhoff, Former Husband: Victor Emmanuel Peterson; Parents: John Erik Storm and Hilma Marie (Andersson) Storm; Brothers: Anders, Axel, John Kenneth; Sister: Bernice “Niecy” Blanchette; Step Children: Richard Buttenhoff, Gene Buttenhoff.

Survived by Children: Vernette “Lisa” (Howard) Sickle, Robert (Kris Zwicky) Peterson, Susan (David) Hansen, Gerald (Barbara Matthews) Peterson, Teresa (Steven) Grandlund, Deanna “Pixie” (Joseph Bissen) Peterson; Step Children: Diane (Virgil) Rose, Joan Buttenhoff, Joan (Frank) Opay; 34 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Visitation will be held at The Peterson Chapel, 119 Central Avenue, in Buffalo, MN 55313  Phone 763-682-1363 on Friday, 10/27/2023  from 4pm to 8pm.

Funeral Service will be held at Our Father’s Lutheran Church, 3903 Gilbert Avenue S.E., in Rockford, MN 55373 Phone 763-477-6300 on Saturday, 10/28/2023 at 11:30am. with visitation one hour prior to service – 10:30 a.m.

Luncheon at church following service.

Interment will follow at Howard Lake Cemetery – 3:00pm.

If you wish, in lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to Our Father’s Lutheran Church or your choice.

Serving the family The Peterson Chapel, Buffalo, MN 763-682-1363

4 Guestbook Entries

  1. Susan

    I love You With All My Heart and Miss you Thank you for teaching me how to love, care and trust in God.

  2. Mark J. Nelson

    Jeanette had a beautiful smile and heart. I remember her warm smile and caring nature with much fondness. Jeanette will be much missed!

  3. Maria Riley

    Jeanette was a beautiful soul. The oldest daughter, Lisa, babysat my brother and Sue babysat me. probably 70% of my teenage years were filled with hanging out with Terry and pixie. Jeanette was like a second mom.

  4. Rev Jon Rhodes

    Jeannette’s life was a true witness to love and trust in Jesus Christ. As long as I knew her, the two most important things in her life were God and family. Jeannette was beloved by many—my family included. We were blessed by her in so many ways and will never forget the joy of celebrating her 100th Birthday with you all last year (2022).


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