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LuAnn M. DeMars, age 58 of Albertville, passed away on October 15, 2018 after a strong, courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. She was born on September 14, 1960 in Minneapolis, MN and was adopted and raised by Alexander and Dolores (Dehn) DeMars. She graduated from high school in Rockford with the class of 1978. After high school, she attended college on and off for a number of years, completing a Bachelor’s degree in Religion and Biology. LuAnn was an animal lover; she loved birds, horses, and especially cared for her dog, Ellie. LuAnn is preceded in death by father, Alex; and one son Casey. She is survived by son, Jackson; mother, Dolores; sister, Connie (Brian) Swanson; and nephews, Greg and Tony. A Memorial Service is planned for Thursday, 10/25/18, at 6:30 PM with visitation beginning at 4 PM at The Peterson Chapel, 300 Main St. N., St. Michael, MN.

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  1. Marian Neumann

    Delores & Connie,
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Luann. May the good memories bring peace to your hearts. Know that our thoughts & prayers are with you.

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  2. Jade

    LuAnn, was my neighbor and friend at Cedar Hills apartment. I had no idea she was fighting with cancer since I moved about 4 years ago. I am saddened to have seen this on facebook. Too young too soon.

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  3. LaVonne & Phil OBrien

    Our thoughts & prayers go out to the family & friends. LuAnn was so brave & a true inspiration. God Bless!

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  4. Jerry and Lynette

    We are thinking of the family and friends of LuAnn-you are in our thoughts and prayers. I am so glad we could have a nice visit with her a couple weeks ago.

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  5. Sarah White

    Sending love to all of you now and the weeks to come.

    Sarah

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  6. Betty Pomrenke

    Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family Connie. (((Hugs)))

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  7. Vicki Austad

    LuAnn was my next door neighbor at Cedar Hills Townhomes in Minnetonka, MN until I moved out in 1994. I always thought she had the most beautiful hands and should have been a hand model. We went to church together and had lots of great, deep talks about God, Jesus and Christianity. We also had a lot of fun together playing board games and Nintendo. I am comforted that she’s no longer in pain and thrilled that we’ll see each other in heaven someday.

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