Patricia Ann Hurrle (Deibele) age 90 passed away peacefully on 07/24/2020. Pat was the daughter of Joseph J. & Vera (Strolke) Deibele born on August 19, 1929 in New Ulm, MN. The family moved to Sleepy Eye, MN where she graduated from St. Mary's School. She worked at a local drug store until she met Paul Hurrle who she married April 15,1950 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Sleepy Eye. The couple moved to St. Paul relocating to Woodbury in 1957 to raise their 6 children. Pat lived in her home 60 years before moving to Oak Park Senior Living.
Pat worked at a Woodbury Drug Store for over 30 years making many friends and continuing to visit them as
they moved into elderly care centers to celebrate birthdays and other fun events.
She was a member of Transfiguration Catholic Church where she volunteered at funerals providing hot dishes and other services. She enjoyed reading, playing cards, ceramics, and chocolate. Even with 6 kids she always found a way to add a few of their friends at the dinner table and for overnights. She deeply loved her family and friends attending every activity she could, especially her grandchildren's events.
Pat is survived by her daughter Debra (Robert) Markfort of Oakdale, son Mark (Debra) Hurrle of Woodbury,
son Tim Hurrle of Hugo, son Craig (Bonnie) Hurrle of Oakdale, daughter Lisa (Bill) Bond of Lake Elmo,
daughter Pam (George) Broshears of Woodbury, brother Linus (Marilyn) Deibele of Sleepy Eye, 10 loving
grandchildren Tricia, Jon, Paul, Craig Jr., Adam, Nicole, Jacob, Alysia, Ashley and Lauren,17 great
grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews who she adored.
She was preceded in death by her devoted husband Paul, her parents, her sister and brother in law Virginia
(William) Bruggeman and brother and sister in law Virgil (Elaine) Deibele.
Patâs family would like to thank the Oak Park Senior Living staff for their constant care and compassion of our mother; with a special recognition of her primary aids Bethany, Ruthie, Susan and all of the aids, nurses,
administrative and cooking staffs. We also want to express deep gratitude to the St. Croix Hospice team who
sent an angel named Wendy to care for mom and support our family.
In lieu of flowers, memorials in her name are preferred to the Muscular Dystrophy Association Team Gian
A private family service and burial at Union Cemetery is planned 08/04/2020 starting at 1:30 pm. All are invited to join the prayer service by accessing the zoom link:- you can join as early as 1:00 pm and view a slide show of photos Patricia's family put together .https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84501418550 (copy and paste to your browser). You can watch the sermon from her service by copying and pasting this link in your browser: https://youtu.be/Em9nSM39_jA