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Lillian Ann-Love Westphal was born on May 29, 2019 in Waconia, Minnesota to Melissa Franks and Justin Westphal. She passed away on November 27, 2019 just shy of turning 6 months old.

Though she was only here with us for a brief moment in time, Lillian’s presence will never be forgotten. She was a happy and loving baby; always wanting to cuddle and smile any chance she had. Her favorite person to play with was her big brother, Jason. He was so excited to teach her to walk, talk, and give kisses. Lillian was such a positive influence on him.

She is survived by her mother, Melissa Franks; father, Justin Westphal; brother, Jason Sheley; sister, Jaelynn Westphal; grandparents, Kathy and Adam Oelrich, Sherry Westphal, and Chris Franks; great-grandparents, Barb and Joseph Bares; aunts, Amy Westphal and Maria Franks; uncle, Joseph Franks; cousins, Madison and Mackenzie Davis; and many other relatives and friends.

Funeral service for Lillian will be held Thursday, December 5, 2019 at 12 pm with visitation one hour prior at The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo, MN. Private interment to take place at Grandview Cemetery in Hopkins. Online condolences for the family may be directed to www.thepetersonchapel.com.

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  1. Shelley Leon

    Sending my love and condolences to the entire family. You’re all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

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  2. Damian & Carrie Wagner

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We know this pain all to well we lost our boy at 17 months.

    “One little angel surrounds your bed. She’s at the foot and then at the head. She’s there to watch and she’s there to pray and she’s there to carry your sins away.”

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  3. Karen and Bernie Kubicek

    May God comfort you in this time and.

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  4. Elizabeth

    I’m praying to my god Jehovah as I write this post because at a time like this it is very difficult to always no what to say but I know he knows how to comfort you and what it is you really need to hear this is especially true since I didn’t have the privilege to know your family and your beautiful little girl, But I have lost loved ones and I remember thinking how the world just kept going on and they didn’t notice my pain and how I wished they had just stopped for a moment to mourn with me so this is my moment to mourn with you and I hope it brings you a little comfort. Also I would like to share a scripture with you it’s Luke chapter 8:40-42 and 49-56 and I hope and pray it brings you comfort!

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