July 13, 1930 - February 19, 2023
Claire Adele Brandt
Age 92, formerly of Richfield. Claire was an active member of Trinity Lutheran of Minnehaha Falls and loved teaching Bible Study to all ages. Preceded in death by loving husband, Clayton; parents, Oscar and Anna Haney; sister, Carol Haney. She is survived by children, Pam Horton, Paul Brandt, Margaret "Peggy" (Doug) Whitehead, and Peter (Lisa) Brandt; grandchildren, Carl Horton Jr., Hannah (Graham) Nelson, Chris (Lindsey), Desiree, Cody, and Katie Brandt, Kyle and Kelly Whitehead, Allie, Jacob and Henry Brandt; great-grandchildren, Emma, Emory, Adelene, Riggs, Isabella, Lucas, Brannon, Sophia, James and Clayton; brothers, Chuck (Myrtice) Haney and Curt (Sandy) Haney; many nieces, nephews and caring friends
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Memorials may be directed to Aurora on France.
Friday, March 3, 2023
4:00PM - 7:00PM
Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel
6527 Portland Ave. S.
Richfield, MN 55423
Saturday, March 4, 2023
Visitation 1 hour prior
Trinity Lutheran Church
of Minnehaha Falls
5212 41st Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55417
I love you soooo much. All our talks, laughs, cries and complaints. You are my BEST friend, thank you I could tell you anything and everything no matter what. I will miss you dearly. God be Praised…Pammy ♥️
Hi Pam! My mom (Phyllis) and I are planning to be at the funeral. I’m looking forward to seeing you and the rest of the family. I’m SO sorry to hear about your mom. We have many wonderful memories of her and your dad.
Love, Deb (Johnson) Rosenberg
What a great photo! I can hear her laughing & enjoying everyone around her! Now she’s HOME and we’re on our WAY! Her life was all about Jesus, and making HIM known! Words can’t express the loss of all who love her, but ‘Soon and Very Soon, We’re Going to Meet the King.” Praying for the holes in your hearts, Pam, Paul, Peg & Pete! Sooo much love!
I’m am saddened to hear of this. Clair was a big part of my childhood and taught me many wonderful life lessons of kindness and love. Clair was truly one of life’s gems and will be missed. Rest in peace, your spirit will always be remembered by those who’s lives you touched.
I have really special memories of Claire and Clay and your family. We were at Calvary Lutheran Church in Minneapolis and enjoyed them so much. Your mom was always involved with so many things at Calvary. I pray for your comfort and peace and may you hang on to your memories. God walks with you and he will keep you in his care.
With love and sympathy,
Sandy Nye Buckner
Fond memories of our time together at Oak Grove. Loved singing with you & others in Joyful Noise.
Sorry I can’t be with all those celebrating your homegoing today
Rest in peace, power & joy dear Claire