Eldo L. Wobschall, 65 of Troy, died Sunday, November 25, 2018 at his home surrounded by his family.
Eldo was born February 18, 1953 in Owatonna to Merlene and Lorraine (Weber) Wobschall. He graduated from Waseca Agriculture High School. On February 17, 1979, he married Dawn Lermon in Dodge Center. Eldo worked for John Deere in Owatonna, eventually moving to St. Charles where he became the parts manager for John Deere.
Eldo loved the outdoors and nature - especially hunting and fishing.
He is survived by his wife, Dawn; three children, Andy (Heather) of St. Charles, Chantel (Kenny) Prigge of Troy and Bucky (Kasi) of St. Charles; 13 grandchildren; brother, Duane (Evon) Wobschall of Owatonna and nieces and nephews.
Eldo was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Roger Wobschall.
A visitation will take place from 4-7 p.m., Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at Hoff Funeral & Cremation Service - St. Charles. Please share a memory of Eldo and sign his online guestbook at www.hofffuneral.com.
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On behalf of the SSA Class of 1971 , I extend our most sincere sympathy to you, Eldo’s family. I have to echo the words of others, we knew Eldo as a kind , quiet and loyal friend.Rest In Peace Eldo, my dear classmate and friend. Mavis
Eldo was always such a wonderful, giving, loving, witty, and caring man. So many fond memories of being on the farm together and him being so joyful and happy. Letting me and my sisters ride the gator around and just letting everyone have fun! He will be greatly missed. We love you Eldo.
Dawn and family, Our sympathies are with you all. Looking back on the years that have passed and our lives no longer crossed paths, is a reflection of how time passes but our hearts never forget the good times.
Tom and Roxy
Dawn and family. May the comfort of the Lord be with you as you go through this difficult time. Praying you feel His presence and the closeness of others in a sincere way that eases your grief and gives you hope. Wishing you God's peace.
Our Jenna told us that her Uncle Eldo always talked to her and made her laugh. That was so true, every time we saw Eldo his heart was just so open to Jenna and you saw Eldo's love of family.
I remember when we first meet Eldo as he started to date Dawn, on the way home I said I am not to sure he is the one for Dawn, he is so quiet. Doug thought he was about the nicest guy and Dawn's match. What a match they have been their whole lives. Even when Eldo was so sick he worried about Dawn not himself. He was just that kind that his family was the most important part of him. You did that right Dawn and Eldo you have a wonderful family and Eldo leaves this world with a legacy passed on to his family. Kindness. Love, a joke here and there, and memories so many memories. It is Joy that Eldo has gone on to his Eternal Life, God has called him. It is grief and sadness not to have him here, hang on to every memory and talked to him often he is watching over you all. We love you all..Andy and family. Chantel and Family, John Caleb and family and you Dawn the love of his life.
My deepest sympathies to Eldo's loved ones.
Eldo will truly be missed, our deepest sympathy. My life is so much richer knowing all of you Wobschall's. Bucky is like a son to me. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim and Sue Wendt
Our deepest sympathy, thoughts, and prayers for with you all.
Casey and Nicole McCready
Our sincere sympathies to your family in your loss. Hold all the good memories close to your heart during this difficult time.
Gary & Shirley Neumann
You have our deepest sympathy.
Orv and Janell Dahl
We truly will miss our friend and neighbor. Eldo was a very kind person and was a joy to be around. Our condolences to his family.
Tom & Joan Hager
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