Services for Agnes Minnie Landin, 82, of Hanover were Wednesday, April 17, 2013, at Cross Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rockford.
Rev. Michael T. Barlow officiated.
Interment was at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens in Crystal.
Mrs. Landin died Thursday, April 11, at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale surrounded by her loving family.
She was born April 19, 1930, in rural St. Francis the daughter of Wayne and Edith Holmes Langmade.
She graduated from St. Francis High School in 1948.
On Feb. 4, 1950, Agnes Langmade and Rueben Landin were joined in holy marriage at Burns Alliance Church in Nowthen. God blessed their marriage with four loving children.
She was formerly employed at Montgomery Ward in Robbinsdale for many years and later at Montgomery Ward in Blaine.
Mrs. Landin also worked at A C Carlson Company.
She was a faithful member of Cross Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rockford. She belonged to The Hanover Red Hats and was an active volunteer at The Wise Penney in Buffalo.
Survived by her loving husband of 63 years, Rueben J. Landin; children, Gerald Landin of Coon Rapids, Diane (Gregory) Rommel of St. Louis, Mo., and Bonita (David) Kosciolek of Minneapolis; six grandchildren, Amy Hotzel, Anthony Landin, Brian Rommel, Tressa Landin, Caryn Martin and Emma Kosciolek; seven great grandchildren; siblings, Kenneth Langmade, Lyle Langmade, Betty Barth, Marion Davison, Wayne Langmade Jr., Evelyn Babbitt, Eleanor Bakken-Gardiner and Marilyn Lee; other relatives and friends.
Preceded in death by a son, Richard Landin, in 1991; her parents; a sister, Gloria Yow; and by a brother, Arnold Langmade.