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Larraine Schnellbach

August 28, 1943 - August 04, 2018

Prayer Service - Wednesday

August 08, 2018
- 6:00 PM

St. Benedict Catholic Church of Wild Rice

Visitation - Wednesday

August 08, 2018
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

St. Benedict Catholic Church of Wild Rice

Funeral Mass - Thursday

August 09, 2018
- 11:00 AM

St. Benedict Catholic Church of Wild Rice


Boulger Funeral Home

Larraine Schnellbach

August 28, 1943 - August 04, 2018


Larraine Phyllis Schnellbach, 75, passed away August 4, 2018 at Sanford Health Hospital, Fargo. Larraine was born August 28, 1943 to Conrad and Regina (Miller) Degenstein. She worked most of her life as a nurse’s aide for many years at numerous hospitals. She was a very devoted wife and mother to her family. Larraine loved to embroider, quilt, garden, and tend to her flowers. She always lived by her famous words, “Everyone has a cross to carry”.

Larraine is survived by her husband, Albert; children, Vernon (Becky) Schnellbach, Betty (Duane) Finkenbinder, Tammy (Mark) Woinarowicz, Richard Schnellbach, Jeremy (Bergida); 15 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

Larraine was preceded in death by her parents; Conrade and Regina Degenstein and son, Michael.


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3 responses to “Larraine Schnellbach”

  1. Marcella (Schmaltz) Olson says:

    So very sorry to hear of the passing of Larraine, she looks so much like her mom. Will not be able to attend any of the services for Larraine I work both days. I will have a mass said for the soul of Larraine at the Catholic Church in Tolna, ND. Larraine is my first cousin, Clara Schmaltz was my mother. Prayers for Larraine’s loving husband and her children and grandchildren who I am sure will greatly miss her. Marcella (Schmaltz) Olson

  2. Louann brusven says:

    So sorry for your loss Aunt Larraine will be greatly missed by all prayers to all the family

  3. Lorraine Schmaltz says:

    My love and prayers are with the family. I was so sorry to hear of her death. She was one of my favorite first cousins as our mothers were so close and we shared the same name. May God grant her eternal joy. Peace, Lorraine Schmaltz pbvm.

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