Schaefer Frank Paul Schaefer, born September 29, 1935 - died May 29, 2002 at the age of 66 at the home of daughter & son-in-law Chris & Bill Thompson in Andover, MN. Survived by wife, Judy (Allen); sons, Ron & wife Lori of Denver, CO and Richard of Tenstrike, MN; daughters, Shym Morgan, Teri & husband John Larkin, Stephanie & husband David Olsrud and Chris & husband Bill Thompson, all of Minneapolis, MN; grandchildren, Shawna Nohr (great-grand daughters, Lamanda & Larissa), Shane Nohr, Chad & Natasha Schaefer, Jasmine Fitzsimmons & Walker Larkin, Danielle & Katie Olsrud and Nick, Michelle & Andrew Thompson. Also survived by brothers, Leonard & wife LaVern of Omaha, NE, Nick & wife Colleen of Denver, Co; sisters, Irene Sufka of Mpls., MN and Mildred & husband Cliff Swanson of Des Moines, IA; brother-in-law, Ed Albrecht of Williams, MN; and many nieces & nephews. Preceeded in death by parents, Nick & Anna Marie (Berg) of Royalton, MN; sisters, Laura Mae Albrecht of Williams, MN, Bernice & brother-in-law Roy Hall of Rice MN; brother-in-law, Jack Sufka of Mpls., MN; and son-in-law, Larry Morgan of Mpls, MN. Frank was a graduate of Columbia Heights High School, MN in 1953. Then served three years in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Married Judy on June 7, 1958. Successful in various direct sales businesss' for 45 years. Was the founder of WEBCO Security Inc. Resided in Wheatridge, CO for the past 18 years. Was diagnosed with chronic Lymphatic Leukemia April of 2000. He lived life to it's fullest. Totally trusted in God. Always a positive attitude! Frank & Judy were members of Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Denver, CO and Church of the Epiphany in Coon Rapids, MN. There will be visitation an hour prior to the Funeral Mass of the Resurrection at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, June 4, 2002. Burial immediately after the service in the Epiphany Cemetery and a luncheon to follow in the social hall at the church. Address of Church: 1900 - 111th Ave. NW, Coon Rapids, MN, 55433. Memorials to: Epiphany/Reiser Foundation - Church of the Epiphany or Minnesota Chapter of Multiple Sclerosis.

Published on June 2, 2002

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