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Adeline Alice Klancke, 88, of NYA

Adeline Alice (ZumBerge) (Harms) Klancke, 88, of Norwood Young America, died Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Dec. 4, at Emanuel Lutheran Church in Hamburg with the Rev. Donald Andrix officiating. Cheryl Andrix was the organist. Special music by the Emanuel LWML was “Softly and Tenderly.” Congregational hymns were “I Know That My Redeemer Lives” and “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.”
Casket bearers were Mrs. Klancke’s grandsons, Kevin Harms, Tim Harms, Eric Harms, Patrick Harms, Shawn Harms, Jordan Harms, Aaron Harms, Luke Panning and Joel Panning.
Interment was in the Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery in Hamburg.
Adeline Alice (ZumBerge) (Harms) Klancke was born Feb. 28, 1928, in Plato, the daughter of Arthur and Gertrude (Litzau) ZumBerge. She was baptized as an infant on March 11, 1928, by the Rev. Eyrich at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Plato, and was confirmed in her faith as a youth on April 27, 1941, by the Rev. Dysterheft, at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Helen Township, rural Glencoe. She received her education at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Parochial School and graduated with the Glencoe High School class of 1946.
On May 15, 1949, she was united in marriage to Willard Harms by the Rev. Schaller at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Helen Township. The couple made their home on Willard’s family farm, and later moved into Hamburg. Their marriage was blessed with six children, Kenneth, Ronald, Warren, Dale, Galen and Karen. They shared over 43 years of marriage before Mr. Harms’ death on Oct. 3, 1992. On May 20, 1995, she was united in marriage to Lowell Klancke by the Rev. Donald Andrix at Emanuel Lutheran Church in Hamburg. They shared over 16 years before Mr. Klancke’s death on Feb. 9, 2012. After his death, Mrs. Klancke made her home at Peace Villa and, in 2015, moved to The Harbor, both in Norwood Young America.
Mrs. Klancke was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and homemaker. She was an active member of Emanuel Lutheran Church in Hamburg, where she sang in the choir and was a member of the Emanuel LWML.
Mrs. Klancke was a care giver and loved having a house full of people. She enjoyed shaking dice, and playing bingo and cards multiple times a week. She loved embroidery, reading, listening to old-time music and watching the Minnesota Twins and Vikings. She also enjoyed her Peace Villa/Harbor family and friends. She also cherished the time spent visiting and telling stories to her children, grandchildren and friends.
She is survived by her children, Kenneth (Laurie) Harms of Grinnell, Iowa, Warren (Joy) Harms of Norwood Young America, Dale (Carolyn) Harms of Norwood Young America, Galen Harms of Norwood Young America and Karen (Dean) Panning of Hamburg; stepchildren, Susan (Brad) Johnson of Clarkfield, Steven Klancke of Green Isle, Brenda Klancke of Hamburg, James (Kim) Klancke of Independence and Nancy (Jon) Blaeser of Nisswa; grandchildren, Kevin Harms, Tim (Allison) Harms, Eric (Staci) Harms, Patrick Harms, Shawn (Malli) Harms, Danna (Joe) Lemke, Crystal (Matt) Hoen, Kassandra Harms, Jenny Braunworth, Jordan Harms, Aaron Harms, Kacie (Nolan) Kloempken, Abbie Harms, Leah (Tim) Murphy, Kelli (Ben) Schlagel, Luke Panning, Joel (Ellen) Panning, David (Amy) Johnson, Darrin (Kelly) Johnson, Brent Johnson, Brian (Liz) Klancke, Dan (Teresa Kuhl) Klancke, Lauryn Klancke, Andrew Klancke, Catherine Blaeser, Elizabeth Blaeser and Mitchel Blaeser; 26 great-grandchildren; sister, Clarice Henning; sister-in-law, Jean Harms; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Gertrude ZumBerge; husbands, Willard Harms and Lowell Klancke; son, Ronald Harms; granddaughter, Donna Harms; sister and her husband, LaVera and Herb Koehler; brother and his wife, Gilbert and Leona ZumBerge;  and brothers-in-law, Milan Henning, Gordon Harms and Merlin Harms.
Arrangements were with the Paul-McBride Funeral Chapel of Norwood Young America. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge.com.