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Regina Kerber-Langan 1921-2016

September 13, 2016
Emmetsburg News

Funeral services for Regina Kerber-Langan were held Saturday, Sept. 10, at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Fairville. Burial was in St. Luke's Lutheran Cemetery, Fairville. The Joyce Funeral Home in Emmetsburg was in charge of arrangements.

Regina, daughter of Carl P. and Eva (Schueller) Feye, was born Sept. 3, 1921 in Whittemore, the oldest of four children. She was confirmed at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Whilttemore, and she attended elementary and parochial school at St. Paul's Lutheran School.

On June 20, 1943, Regina was united in marriage to Lyndon Dale Kerber of Ringsted. They were married at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Whittemore and to this union, three children were born.

Lyndon and Regina moved to their farm near Cylinder and continued farming until their retirement and relocation to Mesa, AZ in 1997.

Regina was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Fairville and a member of the St. Luke's Ladies Aid since their marriage in 1943.

Regina, along with her husband, Lyndon, loved to be with their children and grandchildren. They loved dancing to old time music, playing cards and traveling. Lyndon and Regina were married 61 years at the time of Lyndon's death in 2004.

After Lyndon's passing, Regina moved to the Hot Springs, AR area to be near her daughter. While at a dance, she met and ultimately married, George Earl Langan on Oct. 20, 2006 (Oct.20 shares the date of her parent's wedding). They made their home across the street from Lynn until they moved into a retirement center.

On Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, Regina passed away at the Lakeside Lutheran Home in Emmetsburg. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Lyndon; brother, Charles Feye; a sister, Della Feye Wichman; and a grandson, Todd Jansma.

Left to cherish her memory is her husband, Earl of Hot Springs, AR; children: Kenneth Kerber (Ruth) of Emmetsburg, Lynn Reymundo-Victory (Thomas) of Pearcy, AR and Owen Kerber (Nancy) of Marshalltown; her brother, Harold Feye of Fenton; 11 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.

Memorials may be directed to: Palo Alto County Hospice, 3201 First Street, Emmetsburg.

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