Raymond Feldman, age 102, of Renville, died Saturday, July 13, 2019, at the RenVilla Nursing Home in Renville. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, July 17, 2019, at Ebenezer Presbyterian Church north of Renville. The Rev. Anna Williamson will officiate. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Renville. Visitation will be Wednesday from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. at the church north of Renville. Arrangement are with Dirks-Blem Funeral Home, Renville, MN.
Raymond Feldman was born on August 28, 1916, on the family farm in Ericson Township, Renville County to Reempt and Rena (Van Ellen) Feldman. He grew up on the family farm and attended country school in Ericson Township. He was united in marriage to Adelaide Sietsema on September 18, 1940, on the Sietsema family farm. They made their home on a farm north west of Renville and Ray farmed and also ran a threshing crew for a few years. Following their retirement, they made their home southwest of Renville. He was a member and former deacon of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. He loved to attend livestock auctions and sales and taking local road trips around the area to check on the progress of the crops.
He is survived by his wife of 78 years, Adelaide, his daughters and son: Elaine (and Jim) Stachowski of Burnsville, Jean (and Don) Wilson of Escondido, CA, and Ken Feldman of Renville; his grandchildren: Jeff (and Cheryl) Tebben, Tracy (and Kathy) Tebben, Darcy (and Scott) Morse, Bethany (and Robb) Burbank, April (and Chuck) Clement, Bridget (and Andrew) Compagno, Rick Feldman, and Chad Feldman; 16 great grandchildren; his siblings: Richard (and Velma) Feldman of Renville, and Rena Herman of Willmar; many nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his daughter Eunice Tebben, his granddaughter Laura Feldman, and his siblings: Henry R. Feldman, John Feldman, Ailt Feldman, and Agnes Grussing.
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