Scott Steidl, 47Scott Jerome Steidl, 47, a resident of rural Parkers Prairie, died suddenly Friday, May 20, 2011, at Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria.
Scott Jerome Steidl, 47, a resident of rural Parkers Prairie, died suddenly Friday, May 20, 2011, at Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria.
Scott was born April 5, 1964, in Parkers Prairie to Timothy and Ella (Hartfiel) Steidl. He was baptized at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Belle River, and confirmed at St. Williams Catholic Church in Parkers Prairie. He attended Parkers Prairie public schools.
Scott worked on different farms for 12 years, and the last five years of his life he worked at a potato warehouse in Parkers Prairie. He enjoyed farming at home with his brother, gardening, canning vegetables in the fall and taking his dog LuLu for rides in the pickup and on his four wheeler. He was a member of St. Williams Catholic Church in Parkers Prairie.
Scott is survived by his mother, Ella Steidl of Parkers Prairie; sister, Melinda (Doug) Schmidt of Parkers Prairie; brother, Gary Steidl of Parkers Prairie; three nieces, Mandy (Joey) Rud, Mindy Schmidt and Monica Schmidt; two nephews, Derick Schmidt and Dustin Schmidt, along with his beloved dog, LuLu.
He was preceded in death by his father, Timothy Steidl; and his maternal and paternal grandparents.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 24 at St. Williams Catholic Church in Parkers Prairie with Fr. Arlie Sowada officiating. Burial was at the church cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Doug Schmidt, Chris Hobbs, Matt West, Joey Rud, Derick Schmidt and Dustin Schmidt. Honorary pallbearers were Mandy Rud, Mindy Schmidt and Monica Schmidt.
Arrangements are with Lind Family Funeral and Cremation Service, www.lindfamilyfh.com.
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