Dale Meyer

Dale A. Meyer, age 74 of Shakopee, passed away at Kingsway Assisted Living of Belle Plaine on Thursday, July 14, 2016. A time of gathering will be held in his memory on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 from 4:00-7:00 PM at Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, 833 South Marschall Road, Shakopee. A private family burial will be held at Spirit Hill Cemetery, Jordan. Urn bearers will be Dale’s grandsons, Jacob and Samuel Meyer.

On November 13, 1941 Dale was born in Minneapolis to parents, Henry and Lillian Meyer. Throughout his life, Dale was an avid hunter and fisherman, he especially enjoyed bank fishing for catfish. Dale was hardworking, having spent more than thirty years as a mason with the Local 1 Bricklayers Union. Family was important to Dale, he was a loving father to four children. In his later years, Dale was proud to become a grandfather and eventually a great-grandfather.

Dale will be greatly missed by his children, Rick (Jeanne) Meyer, Brenda (Jeff) Yorek, Bob (Sue) Meyer, John (Ali) Meyer; grandchildren, Jessica (Dan) Fenlason, Ricky (Sarah) Meyer, Amanda (Brett) Mattson, Jason Meyer, troy Yorek, Tiffany (Cole) Miller, Jacob Meyer, Samuel Meyer; great-grandchildren, Landon Fenlason, Peyton Allan, Sloan Allan, Kairi Fenlason, Ryan Meyer, Mathea Meyer, Elijah Mattson, Brooke Yorek, Brody Yorek, Ryder Miller, Calvin Miller, Asher Miller; brothers, Dwight (Nancy) Meyer, Carvel Meyer; sister-in-law, Edith Meyer. He is preceded by parents, Henry (Lillian) Meyer; brothers, Donald Meyer, Keith Meyer.

The Meyer family has been proudly served and cared for by Ballard-Sunder Funeral & Cremation, Shakopee Chapel. www.BallardSunderFuneral.com

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  1. Marcy and Jim Pauly :

    To the family of Dale. Our deepest sympathy in the the loss of your dad. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you

  2. Ruby Winings :

    Hugs and prayers for all of you. Good memories of Dale! Losing a parent is a hard.

  3. Mick Meyer Family :

    Bob, Sue & Meyer Family, our greatest memories and sympathies are with you all today and always. Please know that we are with you all the way during this difficult time.

    Love you all,
    Mick, Cindy, Mason & Abby Meyer

  4. Gerald J. Meyer :

    Dear Cousin Dale, Rest in peace and know that you are missed by many in the community. Proud to call you my first cousin and I will miss seeing you at Kingsway in Belle Plaine and all the happy times we have had in the past at Saturday morning breakfasts at Annie’s Cafe. Your story telling skills of hunting, fishing, etc. entertained us over the course of our time at the high breakfast table.

    My best to your family.
    As always, Gerald J. Meyer

  5. Jerry and Jan Thissen :

    We are very sorry for your loss. Visiting with Dale was always a pleasure. Peace and prayers to everyone.

  6. Diann Personius Hovland :

    Our sympathy to Dale’s family. I grew up with Dale. we went to grade school, Sunday School, confirmation and we were confirmed together. He was the only boy. There was a group of us that just hung out together. After all, we lived in town and could walk the streets day and night. He is one of my childhood friends which includes many memories. May God and your memories give you strength.

  7. Tim Millard :

    I was privileged to know Dale late in his lifetime and he was a friendly good-hearted soul. My prayers are with his family. Remember, the wise counsel: “Do not stand by my grave and weep. I am not there, I do not sleep.”. Godspeed old friend!

  8. Julie Winkler :

    Dale was such a wonderful man, I feel honored to have known him. He will be missed by many. May God bless you all in this tough time. Soar with the Angel’s Dale. Love you!

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