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Funeral services for Shirley Elaine Kallberg (87) will be held January 26, 2018 at 11:00 am at Trinity Lutheran Church of Albert Lea. Pastor Eileen Woyen will officiate. Visitation will be held Thursday the 25th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Bonnerup Funeral Service and one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment will be at a later date. Shirley died peacefully at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester January 20th. Shirley was 87 years of age. Shirley was born July 18, 1930 in Chicago, IL to Arthur and Elizabeth (Larsen) Meyers. She graduated from Albert Lea High School in 1948 and was in the National Honor Society and the Quill & Scroll Society.
Shirley worked for Meighen, Knutson and Sturtz Law Office, Page and Hill Homes and then served as Parish and Administrative Secretary for Trinity Lutheran Church in Albert Lea from 1968 to 2005 when she retired. She was an active member of Trinity Lutheran Church and was active in choir, TLCW, Mary Circle and the Altar Guild, being the Directress for many years. Shirley was a member of D.O.E.S. Her favorite pastimes were bird watching and playing Bingo with her friends at St. John’s Lutheran Community.
Shirley is survived by her 4 sons, Steven (Linda) Olson, Scott (Paulette) Kallberg both of Albert Lea, Jon (Jane) Kallberg and Michael Kallberg both of Lutsen, MN. Grandchildren Nathan (Danya) Olson of Anchorage AK, Jeremy Kallberg of Albert Lea, Nicholas (Angela) Kallberg of Albert Lea, Sophie Lee
Of Albert Lea, Mark (Brenda) Tuttle of Eagle River AK, Leah (Lee) Bjorklund of Rochester MN. Great Grandchildren, Evan Kallberg, Aeroh Olson, Rohn Olson, Gabe Bjorklund, Gracie Bjorklund and Garrick Bjorklund. Sister-in-law Kay Meyers of Woodbury, niece Mary (Mark) Payette and family, nephew R. James Meyers and family, nieces Debbie (Richard) Geyer and Valerie Lukehart. Shirley was preceded in death by her parents Arthur and Elizabeth Meyers, brother Robert Meyers and daughter-in-law Debbie Olson.
In lieu of flowers donations to Trinity Lutheran Church are appreciated.