Obit: Smasal, Duane (1933 - 2010)

Contact: Paul Forster

Email: paulforster@verizon.net

 

Surnames: Smasal, Boardman, Steinmetz, Grzeszczak, Foster, Anderson, Freese

 

----Source: Plombon Funeral Home website

 

Smasal, Duane (26 JAN 1933 - 8 OCT 2010)

 

 

Duane Smasal, 77 of Stanley died Friday, Oct. 8, 
2010. He was born on Jan. 26th, 1933 to the late 
George and Elizabeth (Boardman) Smasal. Duane 
grew up on the family farm and graduated from Stanley 
High in 1950. He was a lifelong farmer.


On July 22, 1953 he married Elizabeth "Betty" 
Steinmetz at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Edson. 
Duane enjoyed to hunt and fish, play cards and watch 
his grandkids play sports.


He is survived by his wife Betty of Stanley, his children 
Jim (Kitty) Smasal of Greenfield, MN., Lori Grzeszczak 
of Marshville, N.C., Mary (John) Anderson of New 
Richmond and Tammy (Wayne) Foster of Eau Claire, 9 
grandchildren Joshua (Ashley) Anderson, Shawn 
Anderson, Trevor Anderson, Chelsea Anderson, 
Adriana Grzeszczak, Cassandra Grzeszczak, Montana 
Smasal, Amanda Foster and Ariane Foster, one 
brother, Terry Smasal of Stanley and one sister 
Georgianne "Sis" Freese of Stanley.


He is preceded in death by his parents, children, 
Ricky, Bruce, Roxanne, Douglas and Gregory.


A memorial mass will be at 6 PM on Wednesday, Oct. 
13, 2010 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Stanley 
with Father Joseph officiating. Visitation will be from 3 
PM until time of services at the Church.


The Plombon Funeral Home is assisting the family.

 

 


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