Thelma “Lorene” Dahlstrom


Thelma “Lorene” Dahlstrom


Thelma “Lorene” Dahlstrom

July 19, 1916 May 1, 2015

Dahlstrom, ThelmaLorene was born July 19, 1916 to John and Florence Zeikle on a farm near Polo, Missouri. Lorene graduated from Polo High School and then moved to Kansas City, MO where she met the love of her life Harold Dahlstrom. They married June 27th, 1940 in Kansas City and had sixty wonderful years together. They had one daughter whom they loved very much.

Lorene is survived by her daughter, Barbara Breithaupt and son-in-law (Jay); two grandchildren, Jodie Breithaupt Hoover and husband (Clark) and Bart Breithaupt; three great grandchildren, Justin Hoover and wife (Jess), Ashley Hoover Farr and husband (David) and Jackson Breithaupt; one great great grandson, Barrett Hoover and another one on the way.

Lorene was preceded in death by her loving husband Harold, her parents and her four older siblings.

Lorene was a loving wife, devoted mother and grandmother, and a wonderful cook and hostess. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Services will be held at Prairie Ridge Union Church at 2:00 pm Monday, 5/4/2015 Polo, Missouri with interment to follow at Prairie Ridge Cemetery.

2 thoughts on “Thelma “Lorene” Dahlstrom”

  1. Fran Schrunk

    Lorene was a dear friend and a wonderful caregiver to Harold. As a faith community nurse from Asbury UMC I called on them often. Both Harold and Lorene were always gracious and loving . I will remember Lorene fondly and know she will be loved I here. Forever home.
    Barbara ,my sympathy to you and family.
    Fran Schrunk

  2. Rosalie Youngblood

    Was sorry to hear of your mother passing. We were both fortunate to have had them so long. Kathlyn (mother) passed away 2 yrs ago in Feb at age of 96, daddy died 1988, July
    I have thought of you and wondered where you were.
    I know you will think of your mother often as I still do.
    My Sympathy to you and your family .
    God Bless


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