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August 25, 1952 – Friday, June 1, 2012

Service Information
Life in Christ Lutheran Church in Albertville, MN
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012
11:00 A.M.

Visitation Information
AT THE CHURCH
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012
beginning at 9:30 A.M.

Twyla Marie Hogue, age 59, of Albertville, Minnesota and formerly of Bagley, Minnesota passed away on Friday, June 1, 2012 at her residence.

She was born on August 25, 1952 in Fairmont, Minnesota the daughter of Leo & Evelyn Poppe Wink.

Twyla graduated from Truman High School in 1970.

On February 19, 1972, Twyla M. Wink and Daniel L. Hogue were joined in holy marriage at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Truman, Minnesota.

Following their marriage she was employed as a home health care worker. She later was employed at Unisys Corporation for eighteen years. Twyla eventually returned to home health care and worked until recently at Clearwater Health Services in Bagley.

She enjoyed needlework, yardwork, her nieces & nephews and four wheeling. Twyla also was fond of going to auctions and collecting antiques. She was a forty year member of The American Legion Auxiliary.

Survived by her loving husband of forty years: Daniel L. Hogue; brothers: Gary Wink of Delaplane, Virginia, Randy (Diane) Wink of Trimont and Scott (Betty) Wink of Truman; a sister: Lori (Daniel) Weinmann of Rogers; nieces & nephews; two great nephews and two aunts.

Preceded in death by her parents: Leo & Evelyn and by aunts and uncles.

Funeral services for Twyla Hogue will be held on Wednesday, June 6th at 11:00 A.M. at Life in Christ Lutheran Church, 5015 Main Avenue N.E., in Albertville, Minnesota. Pastor Michael Trask will officiate and interment will follow at Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

A visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 6th beginning at 9:30 A.M. until time of services at the church.

Casket Bearers will be Gary Wink, Randy Wink, Scott Wink, Daniel Weinmann, Derek Weinmann and Tyler Weinmann.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested for American Cancer Society Hope Lodge of Minneapolis cancer.org/hopelodgeminneapolis

The Peterson Chapel St. Michael-Albertville Funeral Home is serving the family. Online condolences may be made to www.thepetersonchapel.com

17 Guestbook Entries

  1. Mic & Kathy Grunig

    To the Family of Twyla Hogue, especially Gary, Randy/Diane, Scott/Betty, and Lori/Daniel;
    Our deepest sympathy, love, & friendship in the loss of your loved one, Twyla. Treasure all the wonderful memories you made over the years with her. Those memories will help in the tough days, weeks, and months ahead. No one can ever take them away from you either.
    Our prayers will be with you during this most difficult time.

    Mic & Kathy Grunig
    Truman, MN

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  2. Cynthia (Else) Crom

    Twyla was always friendly to me when I transferred to Truman in my sophomore year. I’m sure she remained friendly & warm throughout her life. God Bless Twyla & her family.

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  3. Nancy Rucks Nowak

    Twyla was my sister Gail’s best friend. She was her Maid of Honor when Gail married Dale Kettner. I remember lots of great stories of those girls. She’ll be greatly missed. My deepest sympathies to all of her family. I will be thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers.

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  4. Jaci Schomberg

    Dan and family;
    I am so sorry and sad to hear about Twyla’s passing. I’m going to miss her! I know the angels will get many smiles from her sense of humor!
    God bless the memory of Twyla!

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  5. Jack and Mary Ann Taylor

    Dear Danny; We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you.
    Love, Mary Ann & Jack

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  6. cindy wolter

    To Dan and the Wink family; My prayers and thoughts are with you. Our birthdays were two weeks apart and I always thought about her on the 25th. I would think about all the fun times we had together, from kindergarten to times after we were married. She was always fun to be around. Her friendly smile will be missed and the memories will last a lifetime. Love you, Twyla.

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  7. Jean M. Morris  (Haar)

    So sorry to read about your loss. I worked with Twyla at Univac in Jackson. We also were over at your house one night and had a blast. We were there with Jeanne Hanson and her husband then, that was back in the late 70’s. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. She was a very sweet person.
    Thinking of you, Ron and Jean Morris Ceylon, MN

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  8. Jeanne (Steffen-Hanson)

    Dear Dan & Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Twyla’s passing. As you know, the 4 of us, you & Twyla and Burt & I, were like peas & carrots and you are also (our son) Kaleb’s Godparents.
    Dan, I know what it feels like to go through such a deep loss. I lost my husband 14 years ago this past April, and all I can tell you is this “It never gets easier, it just gets a little softer.” Be patient with yourself and never let anyone tell you “how to grieve.”
    My thoughts & prayers are with you now & in days to come.
    Oh and I remember that night at your house with Jean & Ron Morris. WOW what a time we all had! I will treasure Twyla’s memory always.
    God bless you & may His angels hold you tight in their arms always. I am here if you ever need me!
    Love & Prayers,
    Jeanne

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  9. Brenda M. Nelson

    Twyla was a wonderful person and friend. She will be missed.

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  10. Burton Hansen

    Dan; I am so sorry to hear of Twyla’s passing. My thoughts are with you in this grieving time. I will always cherish the wonderful times we had together. They were the best of times. I, too, remember the fun time the six of us had. Don’t think I could ever forget. I am always here for you.

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  11. Kathy Jo (Jarvis)Cantrell

    Uncle Danny, I am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Twyla will be missed by so many. Will be thinking of you during this time. Wish we had gotten to see one another more. Love ya both.
    Love, Jo

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  12. LaVerda Lamaack

    Dan – Sorry to hear about Twyla’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Clayton & LaVerda

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  13. Kathy and Larry Jarvis

    Dan, so sorry to lose such a great sister-in-law. We loved Twyla so much, even though we didn’t see each other very often. I wish I could have been there, but have health issues here that kept me from making the trip.
    Love, Kathy

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  14. La Vonne McWilliam

    To Dan and the rest of Twyla’s family, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. I cannot believe she is gone and I did not get to say goodbye. I met Twyla while we worked for the same home health care business. She was such a joy. I will always remember her as a wonderful care giver for her clients and a great co-worker who always had a smile on her face, a joke to tell and a wonderful laugh that always brightened up any day.

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  15. Dave & Cindi Lee

    Dear Dan,
    May the peace of God be with you and give you strength, and may the treasured memories of Twyla that you hold in your heart bring you comfort. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Dave & Cindi Lee

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  16. Barb Hagen

    I was saddened to read the obituary for this wonderful gal. I used to work with her at Pine to Prairie Home Health Care. She was a one of a kind gem. My deepest sympathies to you during this sad time. I remember her telling stories of you often and they usually ended with a laugh. May your memories bring you peace and comfort in the days ahead.

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  17. Lesa Harmon

    Dan, I am so sorry for your loss. I have thought of you and Twyla often since the last time you were in Little Falls. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.

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