November 4, 1935 - May 12, 2023
Eleanor E. Kuhn, age 87, of Minneapolis, passed away May 12, 2023.
She is survived by sons, Kevin (Peggy) Kuhn and Brian Kuhn; daughters, Kerri (Jim) DiMaria and Kelli (Jim) Brady; grandchildren, Austin Kuhn, Marisa DiMaria and Kristin (Conner) McManus and sister, Maureen Pape.
Preceded in death by her husband, Wayne Kuhn; parents, Herman and Alice Morrison; and her 6 brothers and 4 sisters.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Sharing and Caring Hands.
Tuesday, May 23, 2023
Visitation 1 hour prior.
Annunciation Catholic Church
509 West 54th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419
To the family of Eleanor Kuhn –
We are so very sorry to hear of aunt Eleanor’s passing. She was a wonderful lady. Please accept our sincere condolences.
Hi Eleanors Family…Such a Great Lady was..my Sister Eleanor please Accept My Sympathy to the Family. The Angels have Escorted Eleanor into Paradise! Until We Meet Again love you!
We are sharing in your sadness as you remember Ellie. It is so difficult to lose a parent. Remember all of the good things.
To Eleanor’s beloved family, I know she is surrounded by the love of Christ and has reunited with her family that has gone before her and the love of her life. I imagine the laughter as they gather together among the angels. God bless you all in this difficult time.
To Kevin, Kerri, Bryan, and Kelli and your families, we extend our deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your precious Mother. I remember Aunt Eleanor as a tall and beautiful woman with a warm personality and great sense of humor. She was an amazing sister to my Mom, Anne Mae. Even though they lived in different states, they remained close, burning up the phone lines with long conversations to keep up with each other’s lives. I could always tell when my Mom was talking to one of her siblings on the phone because she would slip into her Irish brogue. It was enchanting!
Aunt Eleanor made numerous trips to Michigan for our wedding and our family funerals to be at her sister’s side. We are eternally grateful. We hope you are comforted in knowing she is with the Lord now where there is no more tears or pain, and she will be in the presence of her loved ones that have gone before her. May God bless you with comfort and peace and sweet memories of the good times together. Brenda and Danny Mazuca
To the family of Eleanor, I remember her as a very kind person. Heaven has gained a good one. My sympathies.
Kevin, Kerri, Bryan and Kelli, My deepest sympathy to all of you and your families with the loss of your cherished mother. Eleanor was such a sweet and kind lady. It’s very hard to lose your mother, but keep in mind all of the special, happy memories.
I’m so sorry to hear of your precious loss. Prayers for comfort during this sad time.
Kevin, Brian, Kerri and Kelli,
I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mom. My Mom, Anna Mae, had good memories of growing up on the farm with Eleanor as they were close in age. My Mom told me about one special memory. The family had a new chicken coop which was not yet being used. The “little kids” took it over and played school in the coop. Mom was the oldest of the little kids so she was the teacher. Eleanor, Elaine, Maureen, Lee and Kenny were the students. Mom would give them assignments to work on and they would dutifully complete them. She told me about this many times so I know it was special for her and the rest of the little kids. I’m sure they are having a grand time together again in Heaven. Take care of yourselves and each other. May the good memories of your Mom bring you comfort.