Mary Jane Minsaas (Noah)
85 Years Old, of Spencer
Passed away peacefully on December 14, 2022, surrounded by loved ones at the Marshfield Medical Center.
Mary was born August 6th, 1937, in Willard Wi, the daughter of Arthur Noah and Anna Sarik. She attended school at Rocky Run. Was united in marriage to Malro Minsaas on January 28th, 1961, at our Saviors Lutheran Church in Greenwood Wi. They had three children and farmed in Greenwood. Malro Passed away suddenly in 1964 from a heart attack. She then met Joe Langhoff in 1970, they lived on a farm together in Unity while raising Mary’s children. They then moved to Spencer where they lived for the remainder of their lives, Joe passed away in 2020. Mary continued to live in Spencer.
Mary enjoyed farming and riding four wheelers, but most of all loved being a mother and Grandma, she cherished every moment spent with her family and especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed going to school and sporting events, she was always their biggest fan. Mary spent a lot of her time caring for children in her neighborhood. Mary also enjoyed playing cards, feeding the birds and squirrels and socializing with neighbors.
Those who will cherish her memory include her son Mike Minsaas of Minnesota, daughter Margaret (Kevin) Burt of Spencer, Grandchildren Brittany (Andrew) Burt of Spencer, Ashley Burt of Spencer, son Marty (Vivian) Minsaas Of Chili Grandchildren Luke Herr of Missouri, Charlie Krause of Appleton, Cole Minsaas Of Chili, Dani Minsaas of Chili, sister in law Alda Noah of Loyal, Niece Tina (Beau) Schmidt Of Loyal Great Niece Penelope Schmidt of Loyal, Brother Arthur Of Neillsville, Sister Sandra Of Neillsville, Niece Lisa, Sister in law Brenda And Christy, along with many more family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents Arthur and Anna, Husband Malro, Significant Other Joe, Brother’s James (Jimmy), Ronald, Richard, Allen, and Donald Sister Dorothy. Brother in law’s Bud and Gerald, sister in law’s Marge and Betty.
The family would like to send Special thank you to those who cared for Mary and were able to visit in her last days.
No memorial services will be held at this time.