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Armella Mary (Greipl) FleischhackerAugust 19, 1931 ~ January 14, 2018 (age 86)
Armella Mary Fleischhacker (nee Greipl) passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 14, 2018 at St. Mary’s Villa, Humboldt. Armella was born on August 19, 1931 on the family farm north of Carmel to Albert and Anna (nee Doetzel) Greipl. She completed her Grade 9 education at Mount Carmel School, which was 2 miles west of the family farm. On July 29, 1952 she married Ray Fleischhacker. They farmed in the Fulda area and then later moved to Marysburg. In 2004, Armella and Ray moved to Humboldt. For 23 years they wintered in Phoenix and Yuma, Arizona. Armella’s greated joy in life was her family. She loved gardening, cooking, baking, playing cards, travelling, fishing, camping and all sports, especially the Blue Jays. Armella played ball with the Carmel Cubs girls ball team where many a home run was hit at various sports days. She bowled in the Humboldt bowling league for several years. Curling was also a sport she enjoyed and on February 20, 1976, with three other Marysburg ladies, she scored an 8 ender in competition. Armella will be lovingly remembered by her devoted husband of 65 years, Ray; their three children, six grandchildren and five great grandchildren: Adele (Harold) Witt and their family Rayanne (McLaren) Taylor and children Coben and Sienna, and Jared Witt and children Jaxen and Rio; Craig (Cindy) Fleischhacker and their family Carleigh Fleischhacker and son Syd, and Cohl (Shaynae) Fleischhacker; and Dean (Michelle) Fleischhacker and their family Sam and Josh Fleischhacker. Armella was predeceased by her parents Albert and Anna Greipl; brother and sister-in-law Arnold and Margie Greipl; and sister and brother-in-law Lorraine and Mike Hramalak. The Funeral Mass for Armella was held on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt, celebrated by Fr. Michael Yaremko. Others taking part in the Mass were: Dean Fleischhacker, crossbearer; Michelle Fleischhacker and Cindy Fleischhacker, scripture readers; Rayanne Taylor, intentions; Rayanne, McLaren, Coben and Sienna Taylor, gift bearers; Brian and Colleen Fleischhacker, memorial table attendants; and Craig Fleischhacker, urnbearer. Interment followed in the Assumption Roman Catholic Cemetery, Marysburg. Memorial donations in memory of Armella may be made to the Humboldt District Hospital Foundation, General Equipment Fund or St. Mary’s Villa Foundation.
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