Donald L. Geilfuss

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Donald L.
Geilfuss

Geilfuss, Donald L.
Of Caledonia called home to the Lord on Wednesday, January 29,2014 at the age of 76 years. Beloved Husband of the late Dolores (nee Nelson). Dear Father of Thomas (Denise) Barker, Gail (George) Drasen, the late Randy (Kathy)Barker and Kevin (Barb) Barker. Loving Grandfather of 7 and Great Grandfather of 4. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held on Monday, February 3, 2014 at ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 10302 S. 27th St. from 10AM until the time of service at NOON. Interment to follow at Forest Hill Memorial Park Cemetery.

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Past Comments

Gail Barker Drasen

“Grandpa Fussy thanks for being up stairs and comforting us when we needed it. I will miss hearing your footsteps up stairs. Walking past the chair you sat in and in the bed you slept in. Just looking at those things today just reminds me of your perfect smile and all of the great memories we had together. i tried to come over every weekend or every other weekend to see that perfect smile and just talk about anything we wanted to at that time. Finding out that you had cancer was the worst thing . Every night you would go to bed around the same time and Grandma Gail would be tucking you in making sure you felt just right. I would hug you and say goodnight. We would say I Love you to each other. I would hold your hand w didn’t want to let go of each other. Grandpa Fussy you will be missed A LOT. In our prayers until the day we pass and be reunited again. Until then I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART!”

Your Granddaughter, Madison <3

Lori Schroeder

I remember over the years all the times I’d stop over to see or pick up Gail and if Donnie was around he was always so pleasant. A great match for his true love Delores, God bless them both. My thoughts and prayers are with you Gail and the rest of your family, you did your best by him and I know he felt loved by all of you.

Gail Barker Drasen

“Grandpa Fussy thanks for being up stairs and comforting us when we needed it. I will miss hearing your footsteps up stairs. Walking past the chair you sat in and in the bed you slept in. Just looking at those things today just reminds me of your perfect smile and all of the great memories we had together. i tried to come over every weekend or every other weekend to see that perfect smile and just talk about anything we wanted to at that time. Finding out that you had cancer was the worst thing . Every night you would go to bed around the same time and Grandma Gail would be tucking you in making sure you felt just right. I would hug you and say goodnight. We would say I Love you to each other. I would hold your hand w didn’t want to let go of each other. Grandpa Fussy you will be missed A LOT. In our prayers until the day we pass and be reunited again. Until then I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART!”

Your Granddaughter, Madison <3

Lori Schroeder

I remember over the years all the times I’d stop over to see or pick up Gail and if Donnie was around he was always so pleasant. A great match for his true love Delores, God bless them both. My thoughts and prayers are with you Gail and the rest of your family, you did your best by him and I know he felt loved by all of you.

Charlie & Karen Craig

Gail, thank you for being the kind of daughter who would put her own life aside to take care of her ailing dad. You are a wonderful person. May God comfort you, Tom, Kevin, Paul and your families during this sad time. There are so many memories to keep him with you always! All day I have been thinking of you, your mom, Donny and all the times and events we shared throughout the years!

Love, Charlie and Karen

Hector R. Montoya

Donnie was a good man and excellent co-worker for many years, I will miss you Buddy!!

Hector R. Montoya

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