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Mildred L. Notsch – Obituary

Name: Mildred L. Notsch

Age: 89

Born: 05-20-1932

Died: 05-28-2021

St. John the Baptist Parish Center, Collegeville, Minnesota

St. John the Baptist Parish Center, Collegeville, Minnesota


Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 5, 2021 at the St. John the Baptist Parish Center in Collegeville for Mildred L. Notsch, age 89, of St. Joseph and formerly of Avon, who passed away on Friday, May 28, 2021 at Arlington Place of St. Joseph. Reverend Jerome Tupa, OSB will officiate. Burial will be in the St. John the Baptist Parish Cemetery in Collegeville.

Visitation will be held from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Friday, and after 9:30 a.m. on Saturday all at the St. John the Baptist Parish Center in Collegeville. Parish Prayers will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Friday at the Parish Center.

Mildred was born on May 20, 1932 to Arthur and Blanche (Bowen) Lloyd in Golborne, England. She was united in marriage to Urban A. Notsch whom she met while he was stationed at Burtonwood Airforce Base on September 5, 1953 in Golborne, England. She has been a resident of the United States since 1956, moving to Avon in 1961. Mildred worked in house keeping at St. John’s University where she made many friends in the ROTC Program throughout her 20 years of employment. She was a member of the St. John the Baptist Parish in Collegeville, the St. Joseph Senior Citizens, and the St. Rosa Mission Group.

Mildred was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who loved spending time with her family. Mildred was the end of two generations; she was the last aunt of the Notsch Family and the last sibling of the Arthur and Blanch Lloyd Family. She loved giving of her time and talents, most notably working in the kitchen for the famous St. John the Baptist Parish Brunches. Mildred also enjoyed whipping up her delicious trifles for the yearly Notsch Invitational Gunshoot and playing a good card game of 500 whenever a group of four or more gathered.

She is survived by her children, David of Holdingford, Stephen (Karen) of Big Lake, Margie (Dennis) Hiemenz of Clearbrook, Alan (Birgit) of Sauk Rapids, Carl (Debra Garrison) of Davie, FL, Andy (Gloria) of Avon, Sandy of Little Falls, Nancy (Ed) Uhlenkamp of Clarissa, Barb (Joel Maxwell) Notsch of Upsala and Lloyd (Sandy) of Sartell; 20 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents, husband of 58 years, Urban; daughter-in-law, Leanna; sisters, Mabel Ashton, Maude Lloyd, Marie Finch Aschcroft, Molly Baker, Margaret Campbell and Marjorie Grady; and brother, George Lloyd.

A Special Thank You to Arlington Place of St. Joseph and Moments Hospice for the exceptional care of Mildred.


Guestbook for Mildred L. Notsch

Alan Ashton
, Nephew
June 8, 2021, 4:27 pm
I last saw Auntie Mildred and Uncle Tony, as he was called in the UK about 66 years ago. From about the age of 10 My sister Joan and I were put onto a bus alone in Manchester to go and stay in Golborne. This was a regular school holiday occurrence. We stayed with Grandma and Grandad Lloyd, Auntie Marjorie and Uncle Bob and Auntie Mildred and Uncle Tony. I loved it, coming from the terraced streets of Manchester a family of 6 in a 2 up and 2 down house, with no hot water and an outside toilet it was pure luxury. We played outside in the fresh air and green fields, and even had the pleasure of having a bath as well. We didn't seem to be a burden to anyone, and felt quite welcomed by all. It was that realisation that there was a different world out there that made me move out of Manchester at the earliest opportunity. And that is because of the warmth of our hosts during the formative years of my early life. I have a lot to be grateful to them all, and they made me the man that I am today. After a very successful and long career with British Telecoms', and at the age of 77, Carol my wife and I are living in the South West of France and enjoying our retirement. Alan Ashton, son of Mabel and Joseph Ashton
Kathy Reh Crosswhite
, Neighbor
June 5, 2021, 6:19 pm
Mildred was a caring women,she was like a 2nd mom to us kids when my mom was sick.she will be missed dearly. Hugs to family.
Kevin and Diane Gorder
, Friend of Nancy and Ed
June 3, 2021, 7:17 pm
Dear Nancy and Ed and girls, Sending our deepest sympathies to you all on the loss of your Mom/Grandmother. Sending hugs and kisses. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Paulette M Allickson
, Friend through St. John's Univ ROTC
June 3, 2021, 1:32 am
I met Millie when I was hired as an administrative assistant at the ROTC department at St. John's University in 1986. She quickly became a friend. Over the 10 years I worked there, I saw her become a friend and grandma figure to each new class of cadets. She was kind, understanding, and always had time to listen to these young students. She was very well loved by both the students and the ROTC staff. (And yes, her trifles were amazing!) My deepest sympathy for your loss. Millie was loved by many and will be missed.
Irene (Ashton) Poulton
, Neice, daughter of Mable (Lloyd) Ashton
June 1, 2021, 6:46 pm
I have some wonderful memories of Spending time in Golborne, being just 5 years younger than Mildred, she took me to many grown up places I wouldn’t have been able to go to in Manchester. I always had so much fun. Upon leaving to go Home, I would always think ahead of when I would be able to visit again.
Beverly Morin Kaufman
, My Father Don worked with Urban Friends Of my parents
May 31, 2021, 2:09 am
My deepest sympathy! I loved visiting with your mother at my parents home!

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