Howard E. Linstad
March 9, 1923 - November 11, 2011
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Grace Baptist Church
720 W. Lindbergh St.
Appleton, WI 54914
Saturday 11/12
Service
St. James United Methodist Church
100 West Capitol Drive
Appleton, WI
Saturday 11/19, 1:30 pm

Howard E. Linstad, 88, of Appleton, passed away on Friday, November 11, 2011, at Appleton Medical Center. Howard was born on March 9, 1923 to Harold and Ingeborg (Stokk) Linstad in Porterfield. He served in the US Army from 1949 to 1950. Howard married Helen Ann Baker in 1950. He owned and operated Howard's Garage…

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Kate Bebo left a message on November 21, 2011:
My thoughts go with you all.
Mindy Thews left a message on November 16, 2011:
Aunt Helen Ann and Family, God's perfect love doesn't always feel that way. Rest in His loving arms; He's with you. Love, Mindy
Anne-Grethe and Leo Livingston left a message on November 14, 2011:
Helen-Ann Happy we got to see you two this fall, and those happy moments will remain with us forever. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family. Your friends forever, Anne-Grethe and Leo
Bob and Dawn Huck left a message on November 13, 2011:
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the entire Linstad family at this time. May knowing that he is no longer in pain and is looking down on you from heaven bring you peace. Love & prayers to you all.
David Phernetton left a message on November 13, 2011:
Howard was one of the finest persons I have known. My condolences to his family. I have great memories of Howard. He will be missed. David Phernetton
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Truebloods left a message on November 13, 2011:
HelenAnn, Gary, Diane and family, We are so sorry to hear of Howard's passing; he will be missed immensely. Sending prayers for all of you for comfort and peace, Margie, Todd, Mali, Emma, Matt, Maria and Emerson
linda johnson left a message on November 12, 2011:
A rose once grew where all could see, sheltered beside a garden wall, and as the days passed swiftly by, it spread its branches straight and tall... One day a beam of light shone through a crevice that had opened wide.. the rose bent gently toward its warmth,... then passed to the other side. Jerry and Linda
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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