James Kreidermacher

Jun 26, 1925 - Nov 14, 2020


ROLLINGSTONE -- James "Jim" Kreidermacher, 95, of Rollingstone died Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, at Brookdale Senior Living in Winona, of natural causes. Jim was born June 26, 1925, on the family farm in Mount Vernon Township, rural Rollingstone. His parents were Lawrence and Hedwig 'Hattie' (Kohner)...


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Saturday, November 21, 2020
11:30 am

Holy Trinity Catholic Church

83 Main Street
Rollingstone, Minnesota 55969

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James Kreidermacher

June 26, 1925 - November 14, 2020

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Steve November 22, 2020

Jim stood up for me at my confirmation and I will never forget that gift. Always had a smile and something clever to say. He was always a good example of how a man should treat a woman. And to often that is a rare thing these days. God bless you and your family Jim and Rosey.

Bill & Melanie Doran November 21, 2020

Jim will be greatly missed, he was always a source of positive thought and humor.

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Michael and Becky Kanz November 19, 2020

We got to know Jim through his daughter LouAnn and what a gift his friendship was! He never failed to bring a giggle and a smile from us ! His quick wit and welcoming personality will be forever missed. What a GOOD MAN he was. God bless his memory and especially our special friends, the Wiens.

Dale and Pat Bailey November 19, 2020

Sorry for your loss my dad and mom (Dale and Lois Hulshizer) enjoyed many trips and party's with Rose and Jim .We all enjoyed them very much when they stop at mom and dad's .Prayers for the whole family.

Bob & Elayne Marg November 19, 2020

Jim was a wonderful man and will be deeply missed by us, and the community. He was a great friend, and always willing to help out in any way he could. When I started farming he was there to support my efforts and also gave me good advice about farming and business practices. Our kids always enjoyed going to the mill with me when they were young and interact with Jim. It was nice to see him back at the mill and visit with him after he retired. Our heartfelt condolences to your family. Peace
Bob & Elayne Marg

Bill Hoffman November 19, 2020

The Hoffman family extends our sympathy to all of Jim's family. Jim was & is a part of what makes Rollingstone a great place to call home. He inspired his kids & grandkids to carry on his legacy in Rollingstone. He was someone that was always looked up to & respected by our family !! GOD BLESS JIM & HIS FAMILY

vonda November 18, 2020

Jim was a wonerful kind person,i remember Jim and Rosie coming to my moms(Lida Greethurst) home for 4th of july partys and christmas partys so much fun. God Bless

Lindsey November 18, 2020

Jim was a special man who always had a smile for everyone. His joy and love of life was infectious. He loved so deeply and so much.

We are so sorry for your loss,
Lindsey Ziegler and Kevin Scharber

Dennis & Kathy Speltz November 18, 2020

It was always a pleasure to visit with Jim at the mill whenever I came back to Rollingstone over the years. He had a kind word to say about everyone. Our sincere sympathy to all of you in the loss of your beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Dennis & Kathy Speltz

Mary Kreidermacher-Holst (neice) November 18, 2020

CandleSo sorry for your huge loss. He always had a smile on his face. He loved life. I'm so glad my mom (Dolores Kreidermacher), was able to treat him with goodies on his way home from the mill. Rest in peace Uncle Jim.

Mike & Wendy Miller November 17, 2020

LouAnn, Scott, and family, So sorry to hear of LouAnn's Dad's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you in this sad time. Wendy & Mike Miller

Cynthia Kay November 17, 2020

CandleMy mother - Irene Curtright - & I lived across the street from the mill in Rollingstone. Every time Jim saw one of us he always waved and smiled but my fondest memory of Jim came years later when Rosie was in the Lewiston nursing home where I was send for rehab after severely breaking my foot. When I first arrived they assigned me to share a room with Rosie until a private room became available. Jim came to spend time with her every day. He would sit in the recliner in Rosie's room and hold her hand. He spoke constantly and tenderly to her, reminiscing about their dating years, their wedding day, their marriage, their family and other good times spent together. He would pat her hand and say "you are my special girl, my Rosie" and then he would ever-so-softly sing to her. I wish I could remember the name of the song but does it really matter? I do remember wondering if I would ever find such a wonderful husband for myself. Jim you were truly a special, special man and I'm sure your family and friends will keep you in their hearts. Remember, those who live on in our hearts are never really gone. God bless you and your family. Don't be sad, rejoice that God blessed you with Jim for all those years!

Don / Bunny McRae November 17, 2020

CandleI treasure the Bowling nights when we met up with Jim and Rosie, along with Fritz and Theresa Hoffman at Winona Bowl. Those are Golden memories. Rest in peace Jim.

Don / Bunny McRae November 17, 2020

CandleRest in Peace JIm, I'll always remember bowling With Jim and Rosie and Fritz and Thresa Hoffman at Winona Bowll.Times like that are Golden memories. Sorry for your loss.

Ruth (Mueller) Welsh November 17, 2020

What an awesome man!! Jim and Rose were big friends of my Mom and Dad (Don and Rose Mueller). I was pretty young but do remember visiting them many, many times. RIP Jim....your family is in our prayers.

Monica Harrell November 17, 2020

I am sad to hear about Jim's passing. I enjoyed visiting with him when Rosie was at Lewiston Villa. He was always so positive and caring of everyone. My sympathy to family and the community of Rollingstone.

Pat Buckbee November 17, 2020

Dick first met Jim when he delivered Hubbard feeds to the mill. Jim always had a smile and something funny to say. One day we both went to Worthington to pick up crystalx barrels. We left at 3am and Jim had no headligts on his truck, so he followed 10' behind Dick all the way to Worthington. When we came back it was daylight, so he didn't need headlights. We enjoyed both Jim and Rosie at Hubbard conventions.
Dick and Pat Buckbee

Jim Reisdorf November 16, 2020

Jim worked for my parents on the farm. What a wonderful awesome man. Had a great attitude about life and his respect for life and every person was out of this world. It was a great pleasure to know Jim and his family.
Rest In Peace Jim we will never forget you. Jim and Ann Reisdorf Family. 🙏😊

Laurie Clobes November 16, 2020

Our sincere condolences to you all. I remember how he was kind to my two nephews when they saw him at the Mill or on my Dad's farm. Blessed be his memory. Laurie, Charlie, and family

Dave & Kathy Greden November 16, 2020

To Jim's family! You have lost a good and wonderful man, everybodies friend, and a great neighbor to me 60+ years ago. Our sincere condolences.
R.I.P. old buddy!!
Dave & Kathy Greden

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