Kerber, Dorothy M. Dorothy Mae Kerber age 91 of Brooklyn Park, formerly of Maple Grove. Dorothy passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, August 11th, surrounded by her loving family. Dorothy will be lovingly remembered as mother, grandmother, great-grandmother & great-great- grandmother. Survived by daughter Bonnie (Jerry) Aksteter, son Ben (Diane) Kerber, son Bruce (Paula) Kerber and daughter Brenda (Michael) Tacheny; 5 amazing grandchildren, 9 beautiful great- grandchildren and 5 sweet great- great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins, many friends, neighbors and her only remaining aunt Lorriane Japs. Dorothy was born May 16, 1928 to Dorothea & Fred Lhotka who preceded her in death as well as her step-fathers Oscar Johnson and Leonard Jannusch; siblings, Donald (Arvilla) Lhotka, Geraldine (Don) Schmid, Merlyn (Barbara) Johnson; infant twin sons; brothers-in-law & sisters-in- law. Dorothy was married in 1945 to her beloved late husband of 63 years Paul; together they raised a beautiful family and were both very strong in their Catholic faith. Dorothy was a homemaker, but also worked outside the home for 25 years part-time at Bob Evan's Gift Shop in Osseo. She was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church for over 65 years and she devoted one hour of her time each week for 8 yrs. in the Perpetual Adoration Chapel. Dorothy was also a member of CCW, Alter society and the living rosary. She was also instrumental in the opening and operation of the St. Vincent's Gift Shop. Dorothy kept her mind sharp by working the daily crossword puzzle or a jig saw puzzle that she would frame and display throughout her home. She enjoyed watching "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" and "Wheel of Fortune". Dorothy was a woman of grace & dignity who possessed a very kind & generous heart; she was loved by her family and friends and will be missed by many. Mass of Christian Burial, MONDAY, 8/19, 10:30AM, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 9100 93rdAve N., Brooklyn Park with visitation 1 hr. prior to service. Interment at Resurrection Cemetery in Shorewood, MN. Evans-Nordby 763-424-4000

Published on August 18, 2019

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