Jeanette M Hoberg - O’Callaghan - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

Jeanette M Hoberg – O’Callaghan

July 19, 1923 - January 20, 2023

Jeanette M. Hoberg - O’Callaghan

Age 99, formerly of Richfield. Longtime employee of Northliner Credit Union. She will be greatly missed by everyone who loved and cherished her in life. Survived by son, Tim Hoberg; grandchildren, Kelly (Pat) Farrell, Joseph Hoberg and Nina Grad; great-grandchildren, Nick, Kayla, Abby, Jax; great-great-grandson, Charlie; daughter-in-law, Maureen Hoberg; siblings, Dolly, Rose, Rita, Gloria, John; caregiver, Pauline; and numerous relatives and friends. Preceded in death by husbands, Gene Hoberg and John O’Callaghan; son, Jeffrey Hoberg; siblings, Chich, Min and Gin.

Interment 10:30AM on Friday (Feb 3) at Fort Snelling. Please arrive at Assembly Area 6 by 10:20AM.

Celebration of Life immediately following at 4545 Valleyview Road in Edina.


  1. William Omlie says:

    So sorry for your loss God bless

  2. John Montifeltro says:

    It was the late 1990’s. My Australian wife, Anne and I were fortunate to have had Jeanette (Nana) and Nana’s future husband, John O’Callaghan visit us in our home city of Melbourne, Australia. It was great sharing several days with my 2nd eldest Sister and her entertaining and fun-loving friend during their worldwide holiday tour back then.
    As already mentioned, Nana was older than me, in fact, 28 years older. It was not your typical brother/sister relationship because we didn’t really grow up together. Nana had married Gene Hoberg, her 1st husband well before I was born, so our shared time came later whenever we visited them at their home in Richfield, Minnesota down from our family home in Nashwauk in northern Minnesota.
    Nana and Gene were such gracious and generous hosts supported by their 2 sons, Jeff and Timmy. We visitors would include my sister, Grace (Dollie), Dollie’s husband Tony, my parents, and me. To say there was a lot of laughter would be such an understatement. It feels that those days were golden years. Now, I have to reluctantly say farewell to my beautiful sister, Nana, but I feel truly blessed to have such wonderful memories of her as a result of our many visits to Nana’s place.
    Goodbye and much love, Nana!

  3. Mary Lueck says:

    It was my pleasure to marry into this beautiful family, being the wife of Butch, the oldest sister, Chitch’s, oldest son.
    We had many wonderful visits with Nana over the years. She was always gracious and welcoming.
    I know she will be dearly missed by her family and friends! Mary Lueck

  4. Marilyn vonSchalscha says:

    I will miss all the laughs she and my mother-in-law Gin would have over the phone especially the last few hours of Gin’s life. I hope they carry on their laughs and fun times up there in heaven!

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