Nadine Rang

July 30, 1933 ~ June 2, 2012

Nadine Rang, 78, of Sioux Falls, passed away Saturday, June 2nd, 2012 at Avera McKennan in Sioux Falls.

Memorial services are scheduled for 11:30 AM, Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at Heartland Funeral Home in Brandon.

Nadine Klatt was born in Sioux Falls on July 30, 1933 to Odin and Charlotte Klatt. She went to Franklin Elementary, Whittier Jr. High, and Washington Sr. High and she graduated in 1952. She married W. Robert Rang on February 8th, 1952. She worked at Manchester’s Cookie Company for 9 years.

She is survived by her husband Bob, her son Robert Jr. (Pam), Phelan, CA, her daughter Dawn (Raymand) Lingle, Sioux Falls, 5 grandchildren; Amber (Erik) Rang, Chris (Steph) Elber, Patrick (Katie) Osborne, Kirstie Rang, and Brandon Rang and four great-grandchildren Nicolas, Jade, Aubry and Taylor.

Nadine was preceded in death by her parents, one great-grandchild, Joseph Rang, one sister, Helen, and one niece, Becky.

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  • Ron Langdon says:

    Bob, Bobby, & Dawn,
    You have my deepest sympathy. My thoughts & prayers are with you in this time of sorrow.
    I will always remember coming to Sioux Falls & getting to visit with Aunt Nadine. I will cherish those memories for ever.

    Ron Langdon

  • Marianne Barrett/Winter says:

    Dear Rang family Please know that you are all in our prayers today and every day,,Nadine was such a sweet lady,,It just wont be the same here on east 3rd st with out her 3 doors down,,,I will charish the towels she sent me when we did a Kitchen Towel chain letter,,We all in the Barrett and Winter family on East 3rd st wish you all the best and know she is in Good hands and will always be with you,,keep your memories alive and she will never truely leave you,,,RIP Nadine you will be miss dearly by many many people.

  • Rick and Lori Snyders says:

    Bob and family. We were so saddened to hear of Nadine’s passing. We will miss her smile and cheerful spirit whenever you two came to visit. You have our deepest sympathies. Hang on to those great memories. They will see you through this difficult time. Rick and Lori Snyders (and Charlie)

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