Fred Milbrandt Jr.
Services Have Been Postponed
The service for Fred Milbrandt has been postponed until further notice. The funeral home will update this website page, once another day has been established.
Thank you for your consideration and understanding.
Thursday, October 4, 1928
Date of Death:
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
91 years old
Fred Milbrandt Jr.
Fred William Milbrandt Jr., 91, of Rochester, MN passed away Wednesday March 11th, 2020 at the Homestead Nursing Home of natural causes.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Marie Milbrandt who he married on June 26, 1953; one brother Ransom Milbrandt of Colorado Springs, CO; and one sister Eileen Molde of Rock Dell, MN.
He is survived by four children; Lynn (Scott) Denker of New Richmond, WI, Mark Milbrandt of New Richmond, WI, Lori Beilke of Austin, TX, and Jeff (Lisa) Milbrandt of Rochester, MN; six grandchildren; Taylor and Caleb Thiemann of Eagan, MN, Amber (Jeff) Newman of Austin, TX, Daniel Beilke of Austin, TX, Eric (Cassandra) Milbrandt of Inver Grove Heights, MN, and Michael Milbrandt (fiance Erica Nelson) of Inver Grove Heights, MN; four great-grandchildren; and one brother, Ernie Milbrandt of Northfield, MN.
Fred enjoyed playing cards, bowling, golfing, and trips to various casinos.
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Dear Jeff and Family,
We were sad to read of Fred's passing. We enjoyed having Fred and Betty as our good neighbors for several years and missed them when they moved. They were both friendly and interesting to talk to. We are sorry we cannot attend the funeral (I see it's been delayed) but we are following guidelines and sheltering in place.
We know you will miss Fred and we remember the good care you gave him. It was through your parents that we met you.
We offer you our sympathy and prayers.
Jim and Valerie
What an honor to work with Fred. Always could make anyone laugh. Rest easy my buddy.