Alvina M. Imoehl
March 19, 1927 ~ December 10, 2020
Alvina M. Imoehl, 93, of New Hampton passed away of natural causes on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at New Hampton Nursing and Rehab. A Private Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, December 15 at Holy Family Parish in New Hampton with Father Brian Dellaert celebrating. PLEASE JOIN THE FAMILY VIA FACEBOOK LIVE ON CONWAY-MARKHAM FUNERAL HOME’S FACEBOOK PAGE. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery in New Hampton. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the funeral Mass at the church on Tuesday. We encourage those attending services to ensure mask wearing and social distancing guidelines. Online condolences may be left at www.conway-markhamfh.com. Alvina Mary was born March 19, 1927, the daughter of Joseph and Julia (Kuennen) Kriener on the family farm near St. Lucas, IA. She was the oldest child having three sisters and two brothers. Alvina attended St. Luke’s Catholic School in St. Lucas. After completing her education, Alvina cared for her younger siblings and farm families nearby. While attending a dance in Lawler, Alvina met the love of her life, Jerome Imoehl. The couple was united in marriage on September 11, 1945, at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in St. Lucas. Jerome and Alvina welcomed four children, Judy, Russell, Kevin and Juley. Together they farmed near Protivin and New Hampton until they purchased a farm near Lourdes, IA, finally retiring in 1985. Alvina and Jerome remained on the farm until they returned to New Hampton in 2000. Alvina was an active member of Holy Family Parish in New Hampton, officer and active member of the Our Lady of Lourdes Rosary Society, Merry Makers Club, Happy Hooker Crochet Club, and Farm Bureau. She enjoyed square dancing and was a member of the Tenderfoots Square Dance Club. Alvina enjoyed playing cards in various card groups in Elma and New Hampton. Since July 1992, Jerome and Alvina began the tradition of vacationing with their entire family, which included making doughnuts, crafting, playing unlimited card games, and being honored on the Mother’s Wall at the Mary, Mother of Church Shrine in Laurie, MO. Most of all, Alvina loved spending time with her family. Those left to cherish Alvina’s memory are her children Judy (Dick) Taylor of New Hampton, IA, Russell (Mary) Imoehl of Garner, IA, Kevin (Sue) Imoehl of Oelwein, IA, and Juley Imoehl of Ames, IA; her grandchildren, Tamie (Shanon) Maloy, Renae (Jared) Grimes, T.J. (Karen) Taylor, Kristi (Cory) Malek, Michelle (Dennis) Chizek, Melissa (Andy) Eldridge, Laura (Jeff) Rasmussen, Sandy (Mark) Fox, and Jordan (Erin) Imoehl; great grandchildren; Douglas (Ashley) Feldmann, Eric Feldmann, Lexie Maloy, Bryce Maloy, Grace Maloy, Dylan Maloy, Cassandra (Kevin Boyd) Youngblut, Savannah Grimes, Aiden Grimes, Jacob (Leah Graham) Malek, Nick Malek, Carson Malek, Samantha Chizek, Shelby Chizek, Brady Eldridge, Carter Eldridge, Grace Rasmussen, Caleb Rasmussen, Zachary Rasmussen, Faith Rasmussen, and Owen Fox; great great-grandchildren CJ Youngblut, Kaliyah Boyd and Aria Feldman; her sisters, Alice Klimesh, Rosalie Pickar and Doris Weigel; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Kriener and Marilyn Kriener, along with numerous nieces and nephews and extended family. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jerome, on February 15, 2010; her brothers Henry Kriener, Edward Kriener and brothers-in-law, Glen Klimesh, Jim Pickar and Jack Weigel.