Eula "Lolly" J Goedert

Sunday, November 22nd, 1925 - Tuesday, May 19th, 2020
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Eula Jeane “Lolly” Goedert, 94, died Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at Luther Manor.

Private family funeral services will be held. The Egelhof, Siegert & Casper Westview Funeral Home and Crematory, 2659 JFK Road is assisting the family.

She was born on November 22, 1925 in Stockton, Illinois the daughter of Fred and Mary (Graf) Beyhl. She married Robert N. Goedert on January 15, 1944. He preceded her in death on December 19, 2007.

Lolly worked for The First National Bank for many years, retiring in 1989. She then worked part-time at Key City Investment Company.

She was a member of Wa -Tan- Ye, a service organization in Dubuque for 20 years. She enjoyed being with her family. She also did many cross- stitching pieces through the years.

Surviving are her three sons, Lawrence (Deborah), Dennis (Connie) and Rob (Tanja) all of Dubuque; eight grandchildren, Lawrence Jr. (Tara), Julie (Craig), Dennis Jr. (Catana), Emalee (special friend, Steve Cuzas), Nicole and Hailey Goedert, Dena (Jerome) Lang, and Dawn (Bill) Stahl; 11 great-grandchildren, Nick (Lindsey), Andrea, Jake and Kayla (special friend, Mike Knoph) Dennison, Karlee, and Kholoe Goedert, Lainie and Averie Konzen, MacKenzie Lang and Paisley and Zatana Stahl; three great- great grandchildren, Michael and Lincoln Knoph and Ryder Goedert; two sisters, Sally Haas and Karen Heath; two sisters-in-law, Betty Goedert and Bernice Beyhl; and her God Child, Judy Datisman.

She was also preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Dean Beyhl; Willard Wagner, and Fred Beyhl; and four sisters, Alyce Grewe, Madelyn Smith, Doris Peil, and Adele Daack.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff at Luther Manor and Hospice of Dubuque.
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Narda Mck

Posted at 10:37pm
Lolly was a peach from the day she came to Luther Manor. She always said something to make me smile each day I worked. I remember the day when Speech Therapy recommended to change her diet, she was not having that. Lolly loved her dippy eggs and toast and bacon for breakfast, she would offer to share. She also loved the cappuccino, and I would stop what I was doing and go get her a cup. Lolly (Eula Jeane) I miss you already.

Narda McK, a former employee of Luther Manor

Hope Adams

Posted at 01:20am
Lolly, you will forever be in my heart and my mental pictures of you are always happy and laughing. You were a special lady. Hope

Wayne and Kay Weiland

Posted at 11:59am
Loving thoughts and prayers Larry and Tara with the death of Grandma. May you forever treasure all of your cherished moments together. Hugs, Wayne and Kay Weiland

Mary Rennison

Posted at 10:40am
Aunt Lolly was always a classy lady, dressed for success and a beautiful soul. She always spoke kind of everyone, but had a little sass in her. RIP Aunt Lolly and enjoy the celebration with Bob and all of the family members who have gone before you. Sending our heartfelt condolences to the family. Love and Prayers,

Eldie, Mary & Brandon Rennison

Mary LaFoe

Posted at 09:40am
My sympathies to Lolly's family. Lolly was always a delight to talk to at family gatherings. She acknowledged everyone and asked sincere questions and was engaged. I remember driving her camper back from a University of South Dakota football game. I always thought it was such a giving gesture to loan out that vehicle. RIP Lolly. - Mary (Albrecht) LaFoe

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