Hildegarde Lucille Jagow

July 16, 1931 ~ January 21, 2021

Hildegarde L. Jagow, 89, Sioux Falls, died on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at her home in Sioux Falls.

Memorial Services will be held at a later date in Appleton, MN.  In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be directed to Lifescape or Faith Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls.

Hildegarde Lucille Reinke was born on a very hot day, July 16, 1931, on the family farm near Carroll, MN to Julius Edward Reinke and Hulda Clara (Gallow) Reinke. She received her education in Carroll, MN, and Appleton, MN. Hildegarde married Raymond Jagow on February 21, 1948, in Appleton, MN. They had three children, Thomas, David, and Raechell. Being a mom was her greatest reward. Caring for her special-needs daughter, Raechell took her away from family events, but her daughter needed her the most. More than anyone, Raechell made a difference in her life. Hildegarde was employed in Ames, Iowa, and at Veteran’s Hospitals in St. Cloud, MN and, Sioux Falls.

Hildegarde will be deeply missed by her son, David (Viva) Jagow, Hardwick, MN; seven grandchildren, Chad, Brandon (Kati), Lex (Amanda), Jarod (Diane), Trisha, Amie (Shawn), and Cody (special friend, Allisen, and daughter, Avery); thirteen great-grandchildren, Evie, Rix, Preston, Aleksus, Knox, Taylor, Tanner, Madison, Austyn, Canyon, Hadynn, Rhian, and Charlie Ray; three sisters, Evie Zick, Morgan MN, Dorothy Borstad, Madison, MN, and Darlene (Jim) Vaala, Madison, MN; many nieces and nephews; and special friends, Ann and Hugh Harty.

Hildegard was preceded in death by two children, Thomas and Raechell; her parents; a baby brother; a sister; grandson, Lathe; great-grandson, Cub; and her former husband, Ray Jagow.

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  • Deborah Johnson says:

    I hadn’t spoken to Hildegard in many years and was sad to hear of her passing. I worked with her in the early 80’s at SF VAMC and she was always very kind to me. Peace and comfort to her family at this difficult time.

    Deb Johnson (formerly Deb Nesheim)

  • Aleksus jagow says:

    Great Grandma you will be missed by me and many other people I loved talking to you for hours on the phone you were a blessing in my life and I am glad I got meet you.

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