9 Guestbook Entries for Agnes German Michaelsen's Obituary
Posted by: John and Angell Robak from Columbus, NE
We were sorry to hear of the passing of Agnes. Agnes, Jeanette Magure, and my mother, Kak Diederich, were such good friends at Cottonwood House. It was so cute to see them sitting together on the couch, just chatting away, always smiling whenever we visited. I never worried about Mom being lonely because she had your Mom and Jeanette. I also treasure the picture that your Mom painted of my Dad's farmhouse that he lived in while growing up. She did such a wonderful job, and it hung in a place of honor in Mom and Dad's living room. Now my sister, Mary, has the picture, and she treasures it too. I'm sure that Agnes' artwork will be passed down from generation to generation in our family. She was a very special lady, and will truly be missed. Your family is in our prayers. May Agnes now sleep with the angels forever!
4/1/2008 2:06:30 PM
Posted by: Ann Kudron from Columbus, NE
I write with sorrow and also with such joy in your mom's resurrection. She and mother and Kak certainly gave new meaning to the term "couch potatoes". Weren't they just the cutest ever. Each visit with them was a memorable experience. She just made me laugh.. what a present she was. Hope she and mom are sittin on the couch now and waiting for Kak.. You all must have a million wonderful memories .. enjoy them.. Life at the Michaelson house was always fun.. you guys inherited a special gift.. now you make people laugh. As we all do ......talk about her and the legacy she left you. Our sympathy
4/1/2008 2:07:56 PM
Posted by: Ann L Kudron from Columbus, NE
Am sending my sympathy to all of you and yet feel much joy in your mom's resurrection. Can't help but smile when I think of those Cottonwood days. She and mother and Kak gave new meaning to the term "couch potatoe".. Every visit there was an experience worth remembering. Hopefully mom was there to offer her a seat and move over for Kak some day ahead. You Michaelsons are all blessed with such wit and everyone loves being around funny people. your mom surely gifted you with that. Always good times at the Michaelson household. Do enjoy all those million happy memories as we do with our mom. You are blessed to have been left a legacy. God's peace to all of you for now hers truly is the kingdom of God.
4/1/2008 2:09:27 PM
Posted by: Coni Dowd Molvig from ONeill, NE
My deepest sympathy to all of Agnes's family. What a lovely lady your mother was! I have such sweet memories of her. She was always so friendly and kind. I loved her great sense of humor. She lit up a room with her zest for life. I think Janie was so much like her mother. I miss Janie and think of her often. How sweet to think of their joyful reunion. I will be at Agnes's funeral if at all possible. If I can't make that work,hugs to all of you. May God grant you comfort and hope in your sorrow.
4/1/2008 10:08:12 PM
Posted by: Rich and Robin Anderson from Columbus, NE
To the Michaelsen family: We share in your sorrow to lose a loving Mother and Grandmother. It is so hard to let go even though we know it is God's plan because Mom is one of the few people that share that unconditional LOVE. God Bless all of you. Mom is going home and we know a much better place.
4/1/2008 10:08:57 PM
Posted by: Deb Michaelsen Wicke from Grand Junction, CO
Dear family, Our prayers and sympathy go out to all of you
4/1/2008 10:09:56 PM
Posted by: Rev Michael D Schmitz from Fordyce, NE
To the family of Agnes, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy on the loss of Agnes. While I was at St. Isidores, I had visited with Agnes at Praire Village many times. Her artwork was overwhelming. Blessings and Peace, Rev. Michael D. Schmitz
4/1/2008 10:10:49 PM
Posted by: Mary Grergorius Neater from Cincinnati, OH
Mrs, Michealson was a gracious lady and raised a beautiful family, My sisters and I send our deep condolesences, Our prayers are with your family. Mary Gregorius Neater
4/1/2008 10:19:30 PM
Posted by: Connie Thomas from Columbus, NE
To Agnes' Family, Agnes was so much fun....I will never forget the time she dressed up like a man and put a sack over her head to sneak into the Men's "Rocky Mountain Oyster" Party at Prairie Village. She had a great sense of humor! We all loved her paintings ~ especially the ones that she did with the layered glass! Agnes always had a big smile and a cheerful attitude. We were very blessed to have had her as part of our Prairie Village family. Thanks for sharing her with us! Please accept our condolences. Prairie Village Friends
4/8/2008 10:21:17 PM



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