Mickey TarggartMickey Targgart, 86, of Pike Lake, died suddenly, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012, at Chris Jensen.
Mickey Targgart, 86, of Pike Lake, died suddenly, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012, at Chris Jensen.
Mickey was born July 9, 1926, in Michigan City, Ind., to Mark and Ann Strutz. She met and then married Jack Targgart on Sept. 6, 1947, and they moved to Duluth in 1958. While in Indiana, Mickey worked for a railroad and a bank. In Duluth, Mickey worked with her husband, Jack, in the meat department at Paulson’s Super Valu at Pike Lake.
Mickey was a member of St. Raphael’s Catholic Church in Pike Lake. She enjoyed the outdoors, golfing, hunting and fishing; traveling to casinos, especially Vegas; playing cards with friends; but most of all spending time with family and friends. She will be greatly missed.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Mark and Ann Strutz.
Mickey is survived by her husband, Jack; daughter Sandy (Fred) Cerretti of Cary, N.C.; her grandchildren, Michael and Lauren Cerretti; her sister, Rosella Prosnikar of LaPorte, Ind.; sister-in-law Mae Brooks of Lenoire, N.C.; special friends Dexter and Vi Liljegren, Swede and Vera Hanson, Don and Karen Romano and Mark and Sue Rauschenfels; and many close friends, nieces and nephews too numerous to mention.
VISITATION: 10 a.m. until the 11 a.m. services Tuesday, Oct. 16, in Dougherty Funeral Home. Memorials are preferred and may be directed to: Grand Lake Volunteer Fire Dept., 5297 Hwy. 53, Twig, MN 55791. Arrangements by the Dougherty Funeral Home, 600 E. 2nd St., Duluth, (218) 727-3555.
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