Hutchinson MN Funeral Homes

Hutchinson MN funeral homes provide local funeral services. Find more information about Hantge Everett Funeral Director by clicking on each funeral home listing. Send funeral flower arrangements to any Hutchinson funeral home delivered by our trusted local florist.

funeral flowers

Funeral Flowers

Express your deepest sympathies - send beautiful flowers today!

sympathy roses

Sympathy Roses

Give comfort and loving support — order a delivery today!

funeral standing sprays
$20 OFF

Standing Sprays

Heart-felt tributes to honor a dear friend or loved one who has passed away

Hantge Everett Funeral Director

899 Highway 15 South
Hutchinson, MN 55350
(320) 587-2128
Hantge Everett Funeral Director funeral flowers

Hutchinson MN Obituaries and Death Notices

Obituaries June 9 - South Strand news

Saturday, June 10, 2017

He was a Master Mason and the former Worshipful Master of Winyah Lodge #40, Past Patron of OES Winyah #148, member of the Shriners and York Rite.Surviving are three stepdaughters, Blinda and LB Hutchinson of Georgetown, Lisa and Brian Warren of Myrtle Beach, and Betty Wilson of Andrews; a sister, Edna Healan of Columbus, GA; 17 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Wanda Britt; a son, Larry Healan; a brother, Robert Healan; a sister, Thelma Healan; a stepson, William “Bill” Butler; and a stepdaughter, Bobbie Harrelson.Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Georgetown at 219 Cleland Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grahamfuneralhome.org. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home (843) 527-4419.Mickey PostonMickey Allen Poston, 66...

Obituary: Bishop John J. McRaith, Minnesota native, voice for farmers in church - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Ulm, Minn., people were all like, Where is that?' And you know what people from Minnesota were saying: 'Where is this Owensboro?'?"Recognized advocate on farming and rural issuesMcRaith was born in Hutchinson, Minn., to a family with three siblings. He attended grade school in a one-room schoolhouse and high school at St. John's Prep in Collegeville. He later studied at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, and Mount St. Bernard Seminary in Dubuque, and did postgraduate work at what was then Mankato State University.After he was ordained in 1960, he was associate pastor of St. Mary's Church in Sleepy Eye, Minn., and pastor of St. Michael's Church in Milroy, Minn., and St. Leo's Church in St. Leo, Minn. He returned to Sleepy Eye in 1968 as administrator at St. Mary's and superintendent of St. Mary's High School.McRaith jumped to the national stage in 1972 when he became director of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, headquartered in Des Moines. He became known as an advocate on farming and rural issues, which Medley said was a factor in his becoming a bishop at a comparatively young age.From 1978 to 1982 McRaith was vicar general and chancellor for the Diocese of New Ulm. When Owensboro Bishop Henry Soenneker resigned in 1982, McRaith was named by Pope John Paul II to take his place.Responded to growing diversityAs bishop, McRaith "was on the cutting edge in welcoming international priests from India and Africa and the like," said Medley, a native Kentuckian. "And when people would say, 'They talk funny,' the Minnesotan in him would say, 'What do you mean, you people have an accent!'?"Added Medley: "We in Kentucky feel a debt of gratitude to Minnesota to have sent us one of your finest to spend his life with us. He never picked up much of an accent here, but he became a native son."McRaith's tenure saw the founding in 1993 of an Office of African-American Ministries, later renamed the Office of Black Catholic Ministry; that same year the diocese bought four properties to house the homeless. In 1997 he established an Office of Hispanic Ministry.In 2015, as part of the diocesan celebration of McRaith's 80th birthday, Medley renamed the Catholic Pastoral Center in Owensboro after him.Besides his sister, McRaith is survived by eight nieces and nephews.On March 23, a tractor-pulled wagon carried his body from Glenn Funeral Home to St. Stephen Cathedral in Owensboro for his funeral.Christy Taylor Chaney, an official with the funeral home, said it didn't surprise her to see people lining the streets. "He was a wonderful man, friendly to everyone, everyone loved him," she said.

Crutcher, former Kansas lieutenant governor and critic of US Postal Service, dies at 100 - Topeka Capital Journal

Monday, March 27, 2017

N.C.Obituary information provided by Edith Colvard Crutcher, his wife of 45 years, indicated John Crutcher was born Dec. 19, 1916, at Ensign in Gray County in southwest Kansas. He graduated from Hutchinson Community College and the University of Kansas.Crutcher taught in the 1930s in a one-room school on the prairie.He served in World War II as a Navy officer in Korea and the war’s Pacific Theater. Crutcher went on to stay in the Navy Reserve, retiring as a captain.Crutcher lived in and near Hutchinson for almost 50 years. He worked in the 1950s and 1960s as a real estate-insurance broker and as president of the Hutchinson Investment Company. He served in the Kansas Senate from 1953 to 1957.In the days before Democratic and Republican candidates for governor and lieutenant governor ran on the same ticket, Crutcher won the 1964 race for lieutenant governor over Democrat Keith Martin. Avery beat Democrat Harry Wiles that year to be elected governor.Crutcher retained the lieutenant governor’s office when he won the 1966 race over Democrat James H. Decoursey Jr. Avery sought re-election as governor that year but was defeated by Democrat Robert Docking.Crutcher later served as administrative assistant to U.S. Sen. Bob Dole; an appointee to the office of Economic Opportunity; and director of the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation for the Department of the Interior.President Ronald Reagan appointed Crutcher in 1982 to fill a vacancy on the five-member federal Postal Rate Commission, which is responsible for the allocation of proper rates among the various classes of mail.A 1990 Topeka Capital-Journal article said Crutcher had gained a reputation as an outspoken critic of the Postal Service. It quoted Crutcher as contending the service was letting its costs get out ...

Obituary - James Stordahl - Crookston Daily Times

Monday, March 13, 2017

Forks, MN), brother in law Tony Dufault and wife Deb (Grand Forks, ND), brother in law, Robin Dufault and girlfriend, Diane (East Grand Forks), sister in law, Charlene Schlueter and husband Bob (Hutchinson, MN), sister in law Tammy Scheving and husband Roger, sister in law Lonie Woltjer and husband, Andy (Moorhead, MN) and brother in law, Marlin Dufault (Gentilly, MN) and many, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and dear friends.Welcoming Jim to his heavenly home was his son Bryan and infant, Erin. His parents, Orville and Marion Stordahl and many beloved family members, friends and animals. In honor of Jim’s life, the family will be setting up the Jim Stordahl scholarship fund for Win-E-Mac students.

Merlin Hutchinson - Pilot Tribune

Monday, March 13, 2017

Merlin D. Hutchinson, age 61, of Storm Lake, passed away on Tuesday, March 7, at Unity Point St. Luke’s Medical Center in Sioux City. Merlin Dean Hutchinson, son of Virgil and Charolette (Nation) Hutchinson, was born June 6, 1955, in Sac City. Merlin grew up in Sac City and attended the Sac City Community School, graduating with the Class of 1973. He was baptized and confirmed at the First Christian Church in Sac City. After graduation, Merlin continued his education at DMACC in Ankeny, and KU Medical in Kansas City, KS, where he received his Certification as a Special Procedure X-ray Technologist. He spent many hours doing his clinical studies at the Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. On February 14, 1992, Merlin was united in marriage to Melody Robuck in Des Moines. Together they were proud parents to Donald, Eugene, Virgil and Jacquelyn. Throughout his career, Merlin worked in Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa as a Radiological Technologist. In January of 2002, Merlin and his family mo...

Catherine A. Zinda - Swift County Monitor

Monday, February 06, 2017

She enjoyed spending time with her family and getting everyone together for a softball game. Catherine is survived by her children: Diane (and Mark) Grewe of Hutchinson, Denise (and Michael) Rose of Lakewood, CO, Vicki (and Robert) Lane of Willmar, Judy Deming of Madison, Maine, Allan Zinda and special friend Colleen Johnson of Benson, Ken Zinda and special friend Donna Siegle of Hutchinson, Paul Zinda and special friend Kay Nilsen of Willmar; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; sisters Margaret “Peggy” Fennell of Danvers and sister-in-law Lois Fennell of Danvers and several other nieces, nephews and other relatives.  In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, daughter Janet in infancy, brother Thomas and a brother in infancy; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Elizabeth (and Charles) Hughes and Clara (and James) Brown.

Grady E. Newton, age 84, of Gay, Ga. - The Citizen.com

Monday, January 30, 2017

He is survived by his wife, Doris B. Newton; son, Gordon Newton (Cathie) of Palmetto; daughters, Brenda Cotnoir (Jim) of Utah, Debbie Grimes (David) of Fayetteville; sister, Joyce Hutchinson of Senoia; grandchildren, Hunter, Hannah, Jason, Jaylee, Jessie-Raye, Kevin, Matt, Nick and numerous great-grandchildren.Gene was employed by the East Point Fire Department for twenty-two years. He retired in 1988 as rank of Lieutenant. He was also a member of the College Park Masonic Lodge #454.A graveside service was held Monday, January 16, 2017 at 2:30 at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens with Corey Grimes and Pastor Byron Martin officiating. Those wishing may sign the online guestbook at www.parrottfuneralhome.com. The family received friends on Monday afternoon from 1 to 2 at Parrott Funeral Home and Crematory, 770-964-4800.

Funeral Home Flowers

Hutchinson News

Obituaries June 9 - South Strand news

Saturday, June 10, 2017

He was a Master Mason and the former Worshipful Master of Winyah Lodge #40, Past Patron of OES Winyah #148, member of the Shriners and York Rite.Surviving are three stepdaughters, Blinda and LB Hutchinson of Georgetown, Lisa and Brian Warren of Myrtle Beach, and Betty Wilson of Andrews; a sister, Edna Healan of Columbus, GA; 17 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Wanda Britt; a son, Larry Healan; a brother, Robert Healan; a sister, Thelma Healan; a stepson, William “Bill” Butler; and a stepdaughter, Bobbie Harrelson.Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Georgetown at 219 Cleland Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grahamfuneralhome.org. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home (843) 527-4419.Mickey PostonMickey Allen Poston, 66...

Obituary: Bishop John J. McRaith, Minnesota native, voice for farmers in church - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Ulm, Minn., people were all like, Where is that?' And you know what people from Minnesota were saying: 'Where is this Owensboro?'?"Recognized advocate on farming and rural issuesMcRaith was born in Hutchinson, Minn., to a family with three siblings. He attended grade school in a one-room schoolhouse and high school at St. John's Prep in Collegeville. He later studied at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, and Mount St. Bernard Seminary in Dubuque, and did postgraduate work at what was then Mankato State University.After he was ordained in 1960, he was associate pastor of St. Mary's Church in Sleepy Eye, Minn., and pastor of St. Michael's Church in Milroy, Minn., and St. Leo's Church in St. Leo, Minn. He returned to Sleepy Eye in 1968 as administrator at St. Mary's and superintendent of St. Mary's High School.McRaith jumped to the national stage in 1972 when he became director of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, headquartered in Des Moines. He became known as an advocate on farming and rural issues, which Medley said was a factor in his becoming a bishop at a comparatively young age.From 1978 to 1982 McRaith was vicar general and chancellor for the Diocese of New Ulm. When Owensboro Bishop Henry Soenneker resigned in 1982, McRaith was named by Pope John Paul II to take his place.Responded to growing diversityAs bishop, McRaith "was on the cutting edge in welcoming international priests from India and Africa and the like," said Medley, a native Kentuckian. "And when people would say, 'They talk funny,' the Minnesotan in him would say, 'What do you mean, you people have an accent!'?"Added Medley: "We in Kentucky feel a debt of gratitude to Minnesota to have sent us one of your finest to spend his life with us. He never picked up much of an accent here, but he became a native son."McRaith's tenure saw the founding in 1993 of an Office of African-American Ministries, later renamed the Office of Black Catholic Ministry; that same year the diocese bought four properties to house the homeless. In 1997 he established an Office of Hispanic Ministry.In 2015, as part of the diocesan celebration of McRaith's 80th birthday, Medley renamed the Catholic Pastoral Center in Owensboro after him.Besides his sister, McRaith is survived by eight nieces and nephews.On March 23, a tractor-pulled wagon carried his body from Glenn Funeral Home to St. Stephen Cathedral in Owensboro for his funeral.Christy Taylor Chaney, an official with the funeral home, said it didn't surprise her to see people lining the streets. "He was a wonderful man, friendly to everyone, everyone loved him," she said.

Crutcher, former Kansas lieutenant governor and critic of US Postal Service, dies at 100 - Topeka Capital Journal

Monday, March 27, 2017

N.C.Obituary information provided by Edith Colvard Crutcher, his wife of 45 years, indicated John Crutcher was born Dec. 19, 1916, at Ensign in Gray County in southwest Kansas. He graduated from Hutchinson Community College and the University of Kansas.Crutcher taught in the 1930s in a one-room school on the prairie.He served in World War II as a Navy officer in Korea and the war’s Pacific Theater. Crutcher went on to stay in the Navy Reserve, retiring as a captain.Crutcher lived in and near Hutchinson for almost 50 years. He worked in the 1950s and 1960s as a real estate-insurance broker and as president of the Hutchinson Investment Company. He served in the Kansas Senate from 1953 to 1957.In the days before Democratic and Republican candidates for governor and lieutenant governor ran on the same ticket, Crutcher won the 1964 race for lieutenant governor over Democrat Keith Martin. Avery beat Democrat Harry Wiles that year to be elected governor.Crutcher retained the lieutenant governor’s office when he won the 1966 race over Democrat James H. Decoursey Jr. Avery sought re-election as governor that year but was defeated by Democrat Robert Docking.Crutcher later served as administrative assistant to U.S. Sen. Bob Dole; an appointee to the office of Economic Opportunity; and director of the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation for the Department of the Interior.President Ronald Reagan appointed Crutcher in 1982 to fill a vacancy on the five-member federal Postal Rate Commission, which is responsible for the allocation of proper rates among the various classes of mail.A 1990 Topeka Capital-Journal article said Crutcher had gained a reputation as an outspoken critic of the Postal Service. It quoted Crutcher as contending the service was letting its costs get out ...

Obituary - James Stordahl - Crookston Daily Times

Monday, March 13, 2017

Forks, MN), brother in law Tony Dufault and wife Deb (Grand Forks, ND), brother in law, Robin Dufault and girlfriend, Diane (East Grand Forks), sister in law, Charlene Schlueter and husband Bob (Hutchinson, MN), sister in law Tammy Scheving and husband Roger, sister in law Lonie Woltjer and husband, Andy (Moorhead, MN) and brother in law, Marlin Dufault (Gentilly, MN) and many, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and dear friends.Welcoming Jim to his heavenly home was his son Bryan and infant, Erin. His parents, Orville and Marion Stordahl and many beloved family members, friends and animals. In honor of Jim’s life, the family will be setting up the Jim Stordahl scholarship fund for Win-E-Mac students.

Merlin Hutchinson - Pilot Tribune

Monday, March 13, 2017

Merlin D. Hutchinson, age 61, of Storm Lake, passed away on Tuesday, March 7, at Unity Point St. Luke’s Medical Center in Sioux City. Merlin Dean Hutchinson, son of Virgil and Charolette (Nation) Hutchinson, was born June 6, 1955, in Sac City. Merlin grew up in Sac City and attended the Sac City Community School, graduating with the Class of 1973. He was baptized and confirmed at the First Christian Church in Sac City. After graduation, Merlin continued his education at DMACC in Ankeny, and KU Medical in Kansas City, KS, where he received his Certification as a Special Procedure X-ray Technologist. He spent many hours doing his clinical studies at the Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. On February 14, 1992, Merlin was united in marriage to Melody Robuck in Des Moines. Together they were proud parents to Donald, Eugene, Virgil and Jacquelyn. Throughout his career, Merlin worked in Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa as a Radiological Technologist. In January of 2002, Merlin and his family mo...

Catherine A. Zinda - Swift County Monitor

Monday, February 06, 2017

She enjoyed spending time with her family and getting everyone together for a softball game. Catherine is survived by her children: Diane (and Mark) Grewe of Hutchinson, Denise (and Michael) Rose of Lakewood, CO, Vicki (and Robert) Lane of Willmar, Judy Deming of Madison, Maine, Allan Zinda and special friend Colleen Johnson of Benson, Ken Zinda and special friend Donna Siegle of Hutchinson, Paul Zinda and special friend Kay Nilsen of Willmar; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; sisters Margaret “Peggy” Fennell of Danvers and sister-in-law Lois Fennell of Danvers and several other nieces, nephews and other relatives.  In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, daughter Janet in infancy, brother Thomas and a brother in infancy; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Elizabeth (and Charles) Hughes and Clara (and James) Brown.

Grady E. Newton, age 84, of Gay, Ga. - The Citizen.com

Monday, January 30, 2017

He is survived by his wife, Doris B. Newton; son, Gordon Newton (Cathie) of Palmetto; daughters, Brenda Cotnoir (Jim) of Utah, Debbie Grimes (David) of Fayetteville; sister, Joyce Hutchinson of Senoia; grandchildren, Hunter, Hannah, Jason, Jaylee, Jessie-Raye, Kevin, Matt, Nick and numerous great-grandchildren.Gene was employed by the East Point Fire Department for twenty-two years. He retired in 1988 as rank of Lieutenant. He was also a member of the College Park Masonic Lodge #454.A graveside service was held Monday, January 16, 2017 at 2:30 at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens with Corey Grimes and Pastor Byron Martin officiating. Those wishing may sign the online guestbook at www.parrottfuneralhome.com. The family received friends on Monday afternoon from 1 to 2 at Parrott Funeral Home and Crematory, 770-964-4800.