Lucille “Lucy” Ide, age 78, of Glencoe, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011, at Glencoe Regional Health Services.
She was born Aug. 20, 1933, in New Auburn Township, Sibley County, the daughter of Jacob and Amilie (Maser) Krumm. Lucille was baptized as an infant Sept. 3, 1933, by the Rev. E. Kolbe; and confirmed in her faith as a youth March 30, 1947, by the Rev. Alf. Streufert, both at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe.
Lucy received her education at District 8 country school, First Evangelical Lutheran Parochial School, and Glencoe High School.
She was united in marriage to Victor Ide June 11, 1952, by the Rev. E. A. Schuett at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe. This marriage was blessed with three children, Marcia, James, and Joel.
Lucy and Victor made their home on a farm near Lester Prairie for 19 years, and then moved to Glencoe. They shared 59 years of marriage and it was their privilege to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary June 11, 2002.
In addition to being a loving mother and homemaker, Lucy worked alongside Victor as proprietors of Pla-Mor Lanes Bowling Center in Glencoe for 26 years, retiring in 1996.
While living in Lester Prairie, she was a member at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, and returned as a member of First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe in 1980. Lucy was also a life member of the VFW Auxiliary 5102 in Glencoe.
She enjoyed 50 years of league, state, and national bowling tournaments. Lucy especially enjoyed attending all her grandchildren’s bowling and other sporting events, dance recitals, and band concerts. In addition, her pride and joy was baking cookies and making candy for her family.
Lucille is survived by her husband, Victor Ide of Glencoe; children Marcia Dummer and her husband, Kevin, of Glencoe, James Ide and his wife, Jeanne, of Arlington, and Joel Ide and his wife, Katie, of Glencoe; and grandchildren Keenan Dummer, Kaine Dummer, Justin Ide, Jaime Ide, Janessa Ide, Caitlin Ide and her fiancé, Aaron Stromberg, and Lauren Ide.
She is further survived by a brother, Edwin Krumm and his wife, Lorraine, of Glencoe, sisters and brother-in-law Alta Graupmann of Rochester, and Lucille Rolf and her husband, Roland, of Lester Prairie; nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends.
Lucille was preceded in death by her parents, Jacob and Amilie Krumm; sisters Lillian (and Willard) Scharpe, and Elnora (and Edwin) Homan; and brothers and sisters-in-law Henry and Delores Richter, Elmer and Helen Ide, Albin and Alice Ide, Joe Graupmann, and Harold and Bernice Lindquist.
Funeral services took place Sunday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe, with interment following in the church cemetery. The Rev. Ronald Mathison officiated. Organist was Robin Kruse. Congregational hymns included “What A Friend We Have In Jesus,” “Now The Light Has Gone Away,” and “Jesus Savior Pilot Me.”
Honorary casket bearers were Lucy’s grandchildren, Keenan Dummer, Kaine Dummer, Justin Ide, Jaime Ide, Janessa Ide, Caitlin Ide, and Lauren Ide
Casket bearers were Bruce Krumm, Dennis Scharpe, Donald Homan, Bruce Ellingson, Margie Ellingson, Barbara Bargmann, and Keenan Dummer.
Arrangements were by the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel of Glencoe. Online obituaries and guest book available at www.hantge.com; click on Obituaries/Guest Book.