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Margaret Grayce "Maggy" Brace

August 26, 1962 - April 20, 2011

Burial Date April 26, 2011

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Margaret Grayce “Maggy” Brace, 48, of Lakeville, passed away Wednesday surrounded by her loving family. She is Survived by her Husband of 25 years, Scott, her 3 daughters Grayce, Hannah, and Frances, Father Bill Nelson, Brothers Pat, Mike, and Pete Nelson, Sisters Abby Rheault and Kim Eisenbeis, Sisters-in-law Pat Dally, Susan Brace Adkins, Debra Brace , Deb Nelson, and Ellen Dona, Brothers-in-law Jeff Brace, Duane Dally, Jay Eisenbeis, Tony Rheault, and Tom Adkins, Nieces: Ashlee Brace, Katie Dally, Rachel and Sarah Adkins, Allison, Eve, Emily, and Jane Eisenbeis, Kate and Sarah Nelson, Alex Rheault, Hillary Skagen, Annie Sutton, Shannon Dahne Smith, and Coley Nelson, Nephews Kenny Dally, Freddie Bentz, Codee Brace, Chris Skagen Smith, Gabe Rheault. Maggy was preceded in death by her Mother Grayce and sisters Beth and Mary Ann Nelson. Maggy loved to be at our home on Mille Lacs lake watching the beautiful sunsets, catching walleyes, and building a fire. She also loved music all her life and was very proud of being in a contemporary Christian Rock Group “Upward Call” and their 3 CD’s released in the mid to late 90’s. She performed many times at our home church Hosanna!, singing with Upward Call, and singing with Heidi and Julie doing songs by “Point of Grace”. She loved U2, Sting, Sade, and after being married to Scott came to love Elvis also. She had a very sharp witty personality and always had a comeback, almost a smart-alec, but never went too far. She was very witty and that was what attracted me to her in 1983 when we first met. Her calling in life was always to be a Mom and a wife. She worked outside the home briefly because she wanted to be there when the kids went to school and when they got home. Fortunately we were able to have her do that. She wanted to be remembered in her last days as ” loving life, Loving God and loving her family & friends.” She is now singing in Heaven with Gods Angelic Choir and her name will be planted on our hearts and minds forever. Funeral Services are scheduled for 1 PM Tuesday, April 26 at Hosanna! Church, 9600 163rd Street West, Lakeville. Visitation is Tuesday 11 am – 1 pm at the church. Memorials preferred to the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Fargo, North Dakota. www.presentationsistersfargo.com . Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, Apple Valley. (952) 432-2331.