Eva Carrie Lindquist, age 87, of Roseville, passed away Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013, at Eagle Crest Arbor in Roseville.
She was born Aug. 8, 1926, in Kingston, to Robert and Olga (Utterberg) Damuth. Eva was baptized in Kingston, and later confirmed at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in South Minneapolis.
Eva graduated from South High School Jan. 26, 1945. She went to work at the telephone company.
Eva was married to Robert Lindquist May 13, 1950. The couple made their home in Minneapolis.
In 1962 the family moved to Plymouth. Following retirement in 1984, Robert and Eva moved to Lake Ada near Pine River, where they built their own home. They later lived in Cokato, Plymouth, and most recently, Eva lived at Eagle Crest Arbor in Roseville.
Eva enjoyed gardening, and craft and needle work. Most of all, she enjoyed her family, and she will always be remembered for her sweet demeanor and how she made so many feel “so special.”
Eva is survived by her sons, Chuck (Cindy) of Minneapolis, Bill (Darla) of Falcon Heights, Tom (Joyce) of Plymouth, and Peter (Maryellen) of Woodbury; grandchildren Ruth (Simon) Fenton, Nathan (Amy) Lindquist, Joel Lindquist, Anna (Justin) Grimm, Sarah, Levi, Rebecca, Hannah, Thea, Zane, Guthrie, and Abby; great-grandchildren Logan, Payton, James, Collin, Charlie, and Lydia; and a brother, Robert.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Olga Damuth; husband Robert; and brother Reno.
Funeral services took place Saturday, Nov. 9 at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church of Roseville, followed by interment at Grace Lutheran Cemetery.
Arrangements were handled by Swanson-Peterson Funeral Home in Cokato.