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Martha Luedtke

Martha Ann Luedtke

Thursday, November 6th, 1941 - Thursday, November 19th, 2020
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Sr. Martha Ann Luedtke, OSF, 79, died Thursday, November 19, 2020, at Mercy One Hospital, Dubuque.

A private Celebration of Life and Rite of Final Commendation will be held at Clare House Chapel, Mount St. Francis Center at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, November 23, 2020. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Martha Ann was born November 6, 1941 in Dubuque, IA, the daughter of Jerome and Marion (Hohnecker) Luedtke.
She entered the Sisters of St. Francis September 3, 1960 and made final profession of vows August 12, 1968. Sister received her BA in Elementary Education from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, IA and later received EMT training. She taught in Iowa at Dyersville, Kingsley, and St. Mary’s, Waterloo, and in Crescent City, CA. In Dubuque she ministered at the Dubuque Community YMCA and Alverno Apartments.

Sister is survived by her brother John (Jack) Luedtke; sister-in-law Mary Kay Luedtke; aunt and uncle Donna and Robert Wiederholt; nieces, nephews, and her Franciscan sisters.

Sister was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Michael Luedtke.

Memorials may be given to the Sisters of St. Francis, Dubuque, IA.

Egelhof, Siegert, and Casper Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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karen lee baumann nickolas

Posted at 04:26am
Enjoyed our friendship for 70 + years. We had fun and laughs when we went out to eat. We went to Bishops for lunch and found ourselves still chating when dinner was being served. Kathy liked staying over night at our house. My husband, Arnie (now deceased) enjoyed her company and liked to spoil her with a dozen chocolate doughnuts with chocolate icing to take home with her. When asked if she shared the doughnuts, she replied 'Are you crazy? Arnie bought them for me.' Her mother had a birthday party and we had chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and chocolate ice cream. Kathy topped it with chocolate syrup. I sure hope they serve chocolate in heaven. I could go on and on, but enough is enough. RIP my sweet friend until we meet again. Thank you for all the good times and precious memories.
 
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karen lee baumann nickolas Posted at 04:35am

50th anniversary at Mt. Saint Francis photo l-r Pat Pickle, Karen Baumann, Kathy, Sharon Meyer (deceased), and Carolyn Roth
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Cindy Krapfl Pries

Posted at 11:58pm
Sister Martha Ann was my 2nd grade teacher at Xavier in 1992/1993. She was the best - such a supportive and enthusiast teacher! I remember that I really enjoyed her gold fish tank and learning how to tell time with her tiny toy clocks. Thank you Sister Martha Ann for seeing me as a good student and teaching me how to succeed. I’m so sad to hear the news of your passing. Praying for you and your family!
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