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October 21, 2012
Messenger News

Faye Mundie, 80, of Fort Dodge passed away Friday, October 19, 2012 at Tompkins Memorial Health Center.

Funeral services will be 10:00 AM Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home and a Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 AM at Corpus Christi Church with, Msgr. Kevin McCoy officiating. Burial will follow at St. Francis Cemetery in Rockwell City. A visitation will be 4:00 to 8:00 PM Monday with a Catholic Daughters of America Rosary at 4:30 and a Vigil at 7:00 PM at the funeral home.

Faye is survived by her husband, Norman; children, Marcia (Bruce) Quinnell of Frisco, TX; Bart Mundie of Irving, TX; Brian (Lauri) Mundie of Fort Dodge; Dawn (Cliff) Mickelson of Duncombe; Curtis Mundie of Houston, TX; Keith Mundie of Irving, TX; and Lori (Ron) Lewis of Carrollton, TX; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one great great-granddaughter; brother, Dale Stumpf of Rockwell City; sisters, Florence Newberry of Fort Dodge; Rosella Loxterkamp of Sac City; Doris Dickerson of Fort Dodge; and Aletha Hayward of Osceola. She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Bernard Stumpf; an infant granddaughter, Melodie; and an infant grandson, Jared.

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Faye Stumpf, the daughter of Fred and Josephine (Schwiderski) Stumpf, was born August 17, 1932 in Rockwell City. Faye was raised and educated in Rockwell City, graduating from Rockwell City High School in 1950. She was united in marriage to Norman Mundie on April 19, 1952 in Rockwell City. The couple then established their home and farmed in the Rockwell City area until 1959. They then moved to Jefferson where they farmed until 1962. Faye and Norman moved south of Fort Dodge where they continued farming until 1992. While Norman served on the Iowa House of Representatives for the Democratic Party from 1993-2001, Faye worked alongside him as his clerk. Faye for a period of time served as president of the clerks. Faye was a member of Holy Trinity Parish and Catholic Daughters of America.

Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.



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