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Minote Mae Monical
July 1, 1930 ~ November 6, 2023 (age 93) 93 Years Old
Minote Mae Monical was born to Amos Elmer and Lulu Esther (English) Monical on July 1st, 1930, in Keokuk, Iowa. She was baptized into the United Presbyterian Church (2nd), along with her siblings, in Keokuk on April 16th, 1933.
She was a life-long resident of Keokuk, Iowa and had lived at 1701 S. 7th Street her entire life, until her recent move to the Center in Montrose. She graduated from Keokuk High School in 1948. She worked for many years at and retired from her position as a bookkeeper at the J.C. Penney store in Keokuk.
Minote was preceded in death by her parents, her brother George Edward Monical, and sisters, Kathryn Marcella Monical (Robert) Edwards, Lulu Agnes Monical (John) Kavanaugh, Hazel Electa Monical, Mary Ruth Monical (Wayne) Riter, Patricia Louise Monical, Betty Jean Monical (Bob) Rench and sisters-in-law Mary Madeline Bowden (Ed) Monical and Dawn Marie Ritter (Ed) Monical. She is survived by several nieces and nephews who all remember her fondly.
Her services will be held Thursday, November 9th, with the visitation at 11:00am to be held at the DeJong-Greaves-Printy Funeral Home located at 917 Blondeau Street in Keokuk. A procession will leave from the Funeral Home after the visitation concludes. Graveside services will follow at 12:30 pm at the Oakland Cemetery located at 1800 Carroll Street, Keokuk with the Pastor Dave Barrett as the officiant.
Memorials may be made to the Keokuk Lion’s Club to support their work to improve the lives of those suffering visual impairments and toward the prevention of preventable blindness.