Margaret Ann Hermann
Date: Wednesday May 10, 2017
Time: 11:00 am
Location: Madonna Towers [ view map ]
Saturday, July 3, 1926
Date of Death:
Thursday, April 27, 2017
90 years old
Margaret Ann Hermann
Margaret A. Hermann was born July 3, 1926 in rural Marble Rock, Iowa. Margaret attended school in Roseville, IA and graduated from Marble Rock High School. She was bookkeeper at the local co-op in Marble Rock for several years and then spent several years at the First Security Bank in Marble Rock. She then went on to Rochester and worked in the personnel office at St. Marys Hospital-Mayo for over 58 years. She loved to travel and visited many foreign countries over the years. Margaret retired to Madonna Towers where she passed away on April 27, 2017.
Margaret is survived by her sister, Mary Greiner, of Iowa Falls, IA, a sister-in-law, Anna Mae Hermann of Rockford, IA and many nieces and nephews, and also many dear friends. Her parents, John and Louise Hermann and brother, Marcus Hermann preceded her in death. Margaret donated her body to The Mayo Clinic Anatomical Bequest Program. A memorial mass will be held at Madonna Towers Chapel on Wednesday, May 10th at 11:00 am. Inurnment will be in Rockford, IA on a later date. Memorials may be sent to Madonna Towers, 4001 19th Avenue NW, Rochester, MN. 55901.
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God bless you Margaret. Rest in peace with our Lord, Jesus. Margaret was always smiling, laughing, full of life. Traveling, volunteering, walking, working she was full of life. A great worker, very dedicated to Saint Marys Hospital. We will miss you.
The loss of a loved one is a very sad and heavy load to bare. May you find comfort at John 5:28,29 "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus) voice and come out." Please accept my deepest sympathy, and for more comforting information you may refer to jw.org.
I feel blessed to have known Margaret. I worked with her in Personnel at Saint Marys Hospital and then interactions throughout while she was at working on other projects. I will never forget those days. Whenever we met in the hallways, she would ask how I was doing and we would take a couple minutes to talk. I considered her friendship a great blessing in my life.
Margaret and I worked together at Saint Marys Hospital and Mayo Medical Center for over 30 years; she was a dear friend of mine and my family for that period and beyond. Margaret's great sense of humor, zest for life, kindness, and dedication to her work was remarkable. She exemplified the principles of the Catholic healthcare institution that was Saint Marys Hospital/Mayo. It was a gift from God that, several weeks ago, I met her by chance in a Rochester business. She was a beautiful person and I will miss her. Rest in peace, dear Margaret.
Hello. My condolences to Margaret's family. Margaret was my Godmother, though I am not quite sure how my parents came to know her. Nevertheless she was always a consistent visitor to our homes in Rochester while I was growing up. An interesting memory for me is that at some point in the 1970's I collected beer cans. Margaret knowing this and being a great traveler brought back a can from Russia for me, which I still have. I last saw her at my mom's funeral in December of 2012. RIP Margaret.
Margaret was a good friend of my parent's, John and Margaret Corrigan, and the Godparent to my brother. I always remember her as being so elegant and charming when she would visit the house. She always seemed to be smiling. What a thoughtful gift of herself she is providing to Mayo. RIP, Margaret.