Loyola Mundt
November 10, 2005
Manning Monitor

Funeral Service for Loyola Mundt was held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 9, 2005 at Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, Iowa. Reverend Donovan Houdeshell of Desert Palms Presbyterian Church in Sun City West, Arizona officiated. Helen Ohde was vocalist and Joann Karsten was organist. Casket bearers were Aaron Potthoff, Courtney Potthoff, Andrew Potthoff, Lucas Potthoff, Nolan Potthoff, Justin Mundt, Chris Mundt, and Jacob Mundt.
Honorary casket bearers were Jon Brusegaard, Paul Brusegaard, Jeff King, Matt King, Chris Stessman, Tim Stessman, Barry Kusel, Kelly Mundt, Kim Stuart, Kate Rice, Erica Mundt, Michelle Enevoldsen, Stephanie Mundt, Bonnie Mundt, and Elizabeth Mundt. Interment was in the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Manning, Iowa.

Loyola Mary, daughter of Patrick and Mary (Dalton) McCullough, was born May 2, 1921, near Westside, Iowa. She graduated as valedictorian from St. Ann's School in Vail in 1939. After completing her education, she worked in Denison at various jobs. On April 8, 1942, Loyola was united in marriage with Delmar J. Mundt at St. Ann's Church in Vail. Two years later they moved to a farm one mile west of Manning where they raised their family of nine children. Loyola was a dedicated homemaker. She did a lot of sewing of her family's clothes over the years. After her children were grown, she spent considerable time knitting and crocheting. She made afghans for each of her grandchildren and also donated many afghans to the Manning Plaza Nursing Home at Christmas time. In 1987 Loyola and Delmar retired from their farm and moved to a home in south Manning. The next year her husband died and Loyola continued to live in their home. She also enjoyed traveling during this time in her life,

Due to a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease Loyola entered Salem Lutheran Home in Elk Horn in October of 2004. After suffering a heart attack and broken hip in the fall of 2005, she returned to her home in Manning with the help of Crawford County Hospice and her family. She died there on Sunday, November 6, 2005, at the age of 84 years, 6 months and 4 days.

Preceding Loyola in death are her parents, husband, three brothers Myrle, Lee and Charles McCullough and son-in-law Gary King.

She is survived by her nine children: Gary Mundt and wife Linda of Aurora, CO; Barb and husband Richard Brusegaard of Omaha, NE; Julie and husband Don Houdeshell of Sun City West, AZ; Jeanne King of Grand Island, NE; Marci and husband Lou Guzman of Panora; Randy Mundt and wife Deanne of Des Moines; Dick Mundt and wife Beth of Manning; Lori and husband Brian Potthoff of Manning and Alan Mundt of Dawson; 23 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; 2 great-greatgrandchildren; other relatives and friends.

In Memory of Delmar J. Mundt

Born June 5, 1913 near Denison, Iowa
Died October 19, 1988 at home, Manning, Iowa
Age 75 years, 4 months, and 14 days
The Rite of Christian Burial Friday, October, 21, 1988, 1:00 PM Sacred Heart Church, Manning, Iowa
Celebrant Reverend
Father Ralph Reinhart
Sacred Heart Choir
Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery, Manning, Iowa
Emeron Dettmann, Melvin Sommers, Barry Kusel, Lester Joens, Melvin Potthoff, Walt Riesselmann
Rosary Thursday, October 20, 1988, 8:00 PM Ohde Funeral Home, Manning, Iowa
The family wishes to express their gratitude for your kindness evidenced in thought, word, and deed, and invites you to join them for lunch and fellowship at the church following the committal service.


Manning Monitor

Funeral services were held for Delmar J. Mundt Friday, October 21, 1988 at 1:00 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church in Manning. Reverend Father Ralph Reinhart officiated the service with music provided by Sacred Heart Choir. Interment was held in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Manning with Emeron Dettmann, Barry Kusel, Melvin Potthoff, Melvin Sommers, Lester Joens and Walt Riesselman as casketbearers. Rosary was held Thursday, October 20, 1988 at 8:00 p.m. at Ohde Funeral Home in Manning.

Delmar, son of Fred and Bertha Gessmann Mundt, was born June 5, 1913 near Denison, Iowa. The family moved to the Manilla area; Delmar attended school there and was graduated from Manilla High School in 1930.

April 8, 1942 Delmar was united in marriage with Loyola McCullough at St. Ann's Church in Vail. Two years later they moved to their farm one mile west of Manning where they raised their family. A year ago they retired and moved to their present home in South Manning. Delmar was a member of Sacred Heart Parish.

Following a lengthly illness Delmar died early Wednesday morning, October 19, 1988 at his home in Manning at the age of 75 years, 4 months and 14 days.

He was preceded in death by his parents and by his sister, Lorene Enenbach.

Delmar is survived by his wife, Loyola, of Manning; by the following children: Gary Mundt and his wife, Linda, of Aurora, Colorado; Barb and her husband, Richard Brusegaard, of Omaha; Julie Stessman, of Aurora, Colorado; Jeanne and her husband, Gary King, of Grand Island, Nebraska; Marci Mundt, of Denver, Colorado; Randy Mundt and his wife, Deanne, of Des Moines; Dick Mundt and his wife, Beth, of Manning; Lori and her husband, Brian Potthoff, of Manning; and Alan Mundt and his wife, Jan, of Manning; by 21 grandchildren; by one great-grandchild; and by other relatives and friends.

Delmar Mundt is buried in the Manning Catholic Cemetery.
Section A Row #4 north - south.