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Elizabeth Anna Ulvenes Zanmiller

October 25, 1929 - January 20, 2021

Burial Date February 13, 2021

Funeral Home Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, Apple Valley

Cemetery St. Joseph Catholic Church Cemetery

Service Location Church of St. Joseph

Memorial Mass of Christian Burial at 11am on Sat., Feb. 13, 2021 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 13900 Biscayne Ave. W., Rosemount, with visitation one hour prior. To livestream the Mass of Christian Burial please visit: https://vimeo.com/510101760/0208d5dbb8 (It will not be available until 11am on Saturday, Feb. 13).

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Zanmiller, Elizabeth Anna Ulvenes
Age 91 of Rosemount, died on January 20, 2021. She had beautiful blue eyes and she laughed with her whole body. Betty was faithful to God and her family and she lived her values by helping others. She was born the day of the great stock market crash which had no effect on her unstoppable optimism.

Betty Ann married George. They had 12 children together. George died, and Betty lived many years more. She missed him always as well as her mom, dad, brothers, daughter, grandson, cousins and many other relatives and friends. She is with them now. Betty loved her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She cooked and sewed for them, she cared for them when they were sick, she taught them things, and she prayed for them. She made things fun and paid attention to little details to make people feel special. Betty had many other “children.” She gave freely to people who needed a mother in their life. Betty had an expanding and loving heart.

She was a lifelong learner. She loved to read. Betty had vast and interesting knowledge and brought literature, art, geography and history to life with her stories. She brought the joy of learning to others through decades of the generous and thoughtful gifts of books. She loved nature and saw God’s beauty all around her, especially in the changing seasons. She loved Lake Superior and camped along its shores with her family into her 80s. Betty worked hard to care for her family and also volunteered weekly helping the less fortunate. Betty was also a valued employee at the deli in Byerly’s where she was able to showcase her impressive ability to feed lots of people very well.

Betty was civic minded and participated in making the world a better place. She lived through the threat of tyranny and was committed to doing her part to protect the freedoms we all have. Betty was a Catholic who loved the Lord God with all her heart. Betty recognized the truth in the promises of her faith and had peace in Christ at the hour of her death.

She will be missed and remembered always.

Memorial Mass of Christian Burial at 11am on Sat., Feb. 13, 2021 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 13900 Biscayne Ave. W., Rosemount, with visitation one hour prior. To livestream the Mass of Christian Burial please visit: https://vimeo.com/510101760/0208d5dbb8 (It will not be available until 11am on Saturday, Feb. 13).