Ronald Lintner

Ronald LintnerRonald Duane Lintner, age 71 of Westbrook, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, September 24, 2016 due to heart complications.  Memorial services will be held at 10:30 am Wednesday, September 28 at Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook.  Visitation is 5:00 – 7:00 pm Tuesday, with a prayer service at 6:30 pm, at the Westbrook Funeral Home, and will continue one hour prior to services at the church on Wednesday.  A private family burial will be held at a later date.  Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com.  Stephens Funeral Service – Westbrook Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Ronald Duane Lintner was born March 29, 1945 in Des Moines River Township, Murray County, Minnesota to Albert and Mildred (Flor) Lintner.  He was baptized at Trinity Lutheran Church and confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook.  When Ron was five years old, he moved to the farm east of Westbrook where he has resided for 66 years.  Ron graduated from Westbrook High School in 1964.  On June 25, 1966, Ron was united in marriage to Nancy Pearson.  Ron was employed at Westbrook Egg for several years.  In 1978 he left to start his business, Lintner Paint and Repair, where he worked until retirement in 2007.  He continued working part time at his business, Country Cans.  Ron enjoyed collecting Coca Cola memorabilia, working in his gardens and lawn, and spending time with his family.

Ron is survived by his wife Nancy of 50 years; daughters: Shelly (Darren) Shaw of Medford and Jenny (Timm) Herding of Westbrook; 7 grandchildren: Zachary Shaw of Medford, Derek Shaw of Mankato, Kaylie Shaw of Mankato, Eli (Taylor) Herding, Beau Herding, Lexi Herding, and Ava Herding all of Westbrook; siblings: Glen (Donna) Lintner, Jeanette (Fred) Lindall, Gloria (Jim) Tighe; mother-in-law Lorraine Pearson; sister-in-law Gloria (Roger) Crawford; brothers-in-law Jerry (Sandy) Pearson and Allan Pearson; and many other relatives and friends.  He is preceded in death by his parents, father-in-law, brother Harris, and sisters Audrey, Bertie, and Fay.

Comments

  1. Penny (Peterson)Smitherman says:

    Nancy and family, so sorry for your loss…My prayers are with you.

  2. Sharon Morphew Olson says:

    Sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad Shelly our symphaty to all of your family

  3. Steve and Mary Larson says:

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our sincere sympathy to your family. God Bless.

  4. My heartfelt sympathy Nancy to you and your family in your terrible loss. He was such a good man. He had such a great smile. I am fortunate to have called him not only friend but classmate. Many fond memories. You and yours are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Bette (Roby) Toso

  5. My deepest sympathy to Ron’s family. He was always such a kind man…I know he will be missed. Praying for you all.

  6. Deb Mischke says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with u at this difficult time ! Sending you our thoughts and prayers..

    Scott and Deb Mischke family

  7. Warren and Pat Riddell says:

    Nancy and family, Sincerely sorry for your loss.

  8. Denny & Barb Erickson says:

    Nancy and Girls, we were so sorry to hear about your loss. We go a long way back knowing Ron. He was a great guy that we spent lots of time with in our early years. He will be missed by many.
    Denny & Barb Erickson

  9. Sharon Bassett says:

    Nancy and family, My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to you. I always so enjoyed talking with Nancy when I worked at
    Westbrook Hospital. I loved the way she talked about her family. They were both such hard workers. God took another one way to soon. God Bless you all!

  10. Scott, Kerry, Nadia & Cruz LaGrange says:

    Shelly, our deepest condolences to you & your entire family! Sending love, hugs & prayers my friend! 🙁

  11. Eunice Christensen says:

    Ron was a kind, honest man. Did you know, Nancy, that he once returned a lost purse (or a billfold) to a Westbrook lady with everything intact? I thought he should have been rewarded financially for his good deed, but he was not. I guess his reward was the knowledge that he had done the honest and honorable thing! What a wonderful man he was, and he had a marvelous family. Treasure the happy memories of your time with Ron. Love and prayers, Eunice Christensen

  12. Rachel Shipley says:

    Sending thoughts and prayers your way. I am so sorry for your loss. All my love to all of you during this difficult loss. He was always a giant in my eyes, and will leave a huge hole in the hearts of everyone that had the privilege to cross his path.

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