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Winnifred “Winnie” J. Sundberg

01/23/1933 - 02/09/2020

Winnifred “Winnie” J. Sundberg, 87, died February 9, 2020 at Waterview Pines in Virginia. Services will be held at a later date. Pastor Brad Felix will officiate. Memorials are preferred. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home in Virginia. To sign the online guest book or to send condolences, please visit www.rangefuneralhomes.com.

Winnie was born on January 23, 1933 in Suomi, MN, one of 11 children born to George and Ruth Morisset. She graduated in 1951 from Bemidji, MN. Winnie married Harvey Hanson, Sr.; they had four children: Harvey, Jr., Catherine, Harry, and Laura. Winnie married Ted Sundberg, raising his daughters: Tammy and Tina. Winnie enjoyed traveling where she made many friends in Minnesota and Texas.

Winnie is survived by her daughter, Cathy Rouleau, son, Harry and his wife Vickie Hanson, and daughter, Laura Hanson; granddaughters, Stacy (Ryan) Pontinen, Crystal (Regan) Scuffy, Corrina (James Spach) Rouleau; daughters, Tammy Susa and Tina Cohen; granddaughters, Kiara Susa and Amber (Franklin) Conner; grandsons, Travis, Brien (Holly) Sundberg and Brandon Cohen; great grandchildren, Rory Scuffy, Annika Pontinen, Calvin Spach; sister, Bertha Hamilton and sister-in-law, Jan Sanchez; Ted Sundberg; many wonderful and thoughtful nieces, nephews, and friends.

Winnie was preceded in death by her parents; son, Harvey Hanson, Jr.; son-in-law, Steve Rouleau; two great granddaughters, Lily Rouleau and our forever 7-year-old, Mabel Ann Rouleau; siblings, George, Frank, Hugo, Stafford, Rosalie, Helen, Mona, Ethel, and Babe.

7 thoughts on “Winnifred “Winnie” J. Sundberg”

  1. Dale & Karen Koski says:

    So sorry to hear about your mom Cathy .
    Sending lots of love and big hugs to you.

  2. Connie Nightwine says:

    I knew Winnie, somewhat, years ago when they lived in the mobile home park-my son Phil & Travis hung out a little-I always thought she was a cool lady-her picture here in her older age is cute-I hadn’t seen Winnie for many years but I was so happy to find out who her extended family is❤️… May God comfort you all & give you peace-Winnie is in good Hands✨

  3. Patti Winkler says:

    Winnie was a talented, warm hearted woman that I am thankful to have had as a friend for many years. Having bowled with her, and traveled to tournament’s, I had the opportunity to enjoy her humor in many different situations, and she always was one of the first to help when someone needed help or just to talk. She will be missed.

  4. Kiara Susa says:

    Love you grandma Winnie. God bless you. Forever in our hearts!

  5. Pat Simberg says:

    Cathy, so sorry for your loss. Hugs to you and your family.

  6. Donna M Meier says:

    Cathy SOOOOOOOOOOOO sorry for your loss.. sending a big hug toyou and your family ! peace !

  7. Connie Hansen says:

    Cathy, Harry, and Laura,

    We pray for comfort and love from the Lord above during your journey of grief. Sending our thoughts, prayers, and condolences.

    In great sadness, I, my son Shawn Crea, and granddaughter Bella Crea send our love to you and the family.

    I have lost a very dear, wonderful friend. Your mother and I go back many years. I’m happy that I was able to see her recently before her passing; picking her up from the nursing home to enjoy a nice lunch and reminisced the good old days.

    I just found out yesterday and wanted to sign the guest book. I also left a message at the funeral home, for Cathy to please give me a call when able.

    Love,
    Connie Hansen, Shawn Crea, and Bella Crea

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