Thomas M. “Tom” Eversman Sr. 71, of Plainview, died Monday, May 9 at Mayo Cinic
Hospital-St. Mary's Campus, Rochester.  He was born August 16, 1944, in Wabasha,
the son of Leo and Loretta (Klees) Eversman.  After graduating from St. Felix High
School in 1962, Tom worked at Lakeside Canning Factory than as manager of High
Plains Hardware store for 40 years.  He married Bonnie A. Wheeler December 29,
1962 at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Kellogg. In 1997, his wife Bonnie died and Tom
remarried Penny Thompson on January 8, 1999 in Plainview. From 2003 to 2006
Tom worked at Woodruff Company then retired to do his dream job of farming. Tom
was a member of the Greenwood Prairie Classic tractor Club.   
Tom is survived by wife Penny, children and spouses, son Thomas Jr. and Lori
Haugen of Rushford; Timothy and daughter-in-law Dorie of Zumbro Falls; Tony and
daughter-in-law Shelly of Plainview; daughters Tanya Jensen of Plainview MN and
Amanda Eversman of Minneapolis MN; Step-daughters Allison Kinzer of Rochester
MN and Sara Czapiewski of Plainview MN.  He is also survived by grandchildren and
their spouses; Stephanie and Andy Barnes of Plainview MN, Brittany Eversman of
Gillett WI, Melissa and Terry Krusmark of Plainview MN, Michael Eversman (Trisha
Erickson)  of Red Wing MN, Patrick and Jasmine Eversman of Sartell, MN; Nicholas,
Benjamin and Abigail Eversman and Jordan & Cody Jensen all from Plainview MN,
and step-grandson Jacob Kinzer of Rochester MN. He is also survived by 6 great-
grand-children.  Sisters and brothers-in-laws, Margaret Mullenbach, St Ansgar IA,
Janice and Roger Wise, Wabasha MN. Marilyn and Tom Crowley, Kellogg MN, Diane
Hohberger of Rochester MN, Denise and Mark Jacobs, Plainview MN, brothers and
sisters-in-law, Don Eversman, Kellogg MN, Cindy Eversman of Kellogg MN, Mike and
Karen Eversman, Plainview MN, Jim and Judy Eversman, Kellogg MN.  He is proceded
in death by his parents,
one grandson Carter Eversman, one sister Jean Stopski, one
brother Tim Eversman, three brother-in-laws, Noel Hohberger, Duane Mullenbauch,
and John Stopski, one sister-in-law Mary Eversman.
Tom will be missed by many. Though his hobbies were few, he was one of the
hardest working men you would ever meet. He was at his happiest in the combine with
a field full of corn. His sarcastic comments and surprise wet willies will forever be
missed.
A Funeral Mass will be offered on Friday, May 13, 2016 at Immaculate Conception
Church at 11:00 a.m. in rural Kellogg MN with Father William Becker officiating.  
Interment will be Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery at Conception. Visitation is Thursday, 5-
8 pm at Schad & Zabel Funeral Home in Plainview and one hour prior to the service
at the church on Friday.
Schad & Zabel Funeral Home, 57 3rd St SW, Plainview, MN, 55964, 507-534-2003
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