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Ida LouwagieIda Margaret (Doom) was born on November 11, 1915, in Fairview Township to Julius and Marina (Doise) Doom in Fairview Township. She grew up on the family farm and attended country school. On April 17, 1940, she was married to William âBillâ Monnet at Holy Redeemer Catholic School. The couple farmed and raised their family on a farm between Lynd and Ghent. Bill died on June 10, 1959. In July of 1972, Ida married Marcel Louwagie at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Marshall. The couple lived on a farm east of Green Valley. Marcel died in 1994. In 2009, Ida moved to Boulder Estates in Marshall. She was a member of St. Clotilde Catholic Church in Green Valley and their CCW. She enjoyed quilting, crafts, gardening and picking corn among other activities. Ida was most passionate about spending time with her family. Ida died on Monday, January 25, 2016, at the Minneota Manor in Minneota. She is survived by her children Elizabeth âBettyâ (and Donald) Verkinderen of Marshall, Josephine (and Merlin) Downing of Ivanhoe, Helen Coequyt of Minneota, Mary (and John) Monnet-Blake of Cottonwood, daugher-in-law Ginger (and Richard) Monnet-Pautsch, stepchildren David (and Chris) Louwagie of Cottonwood, the Rev. Fr. Vincent Louwagie of San Antonio, TX, Laurence (and Ardyce) Louwagie of Cottonwood, Marcella (and Joe) Matthys of Marshall, Janet (and Paul) Kirchner of Dundee, Ray (and Cindy) Louwagie of Cottonwood, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her both husbands, son Victor, two sons in infancy, step-daughter Sister Marion Louwagie, son-in-law Leo Coequyt, grandson Billy Joe Monnet, siblings Mary Cauwels, Maurice Doom, Lydia Lycke, Henry Doom, Elizabeth Jacob, Emil Doom, Gerard Doom, Bertha Doom, Joseph Doom and Alois Doom.
Dear Marcela , Joe and family . We heard the news from Anne Provoost . Grandmother Ida Louwagie-DOOM past away . We feel very sad to hear this news . I know Ida since the mid 70 (s when she came to Belgium and aI brought them to Viane where sister Davida was in a convent . More then 100 years !!! What I nice gift to come so old and stay good so long . We give our condolences to all of you . We will pray for Ida . We will remember here for ever . Johan , Linda , Mathias , Poeter-Jan and Anouk MORLION from Belgium .
Johan Morlion Feb 3 2016 2:57 PM
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. I think of Ida each time I use her brownie recipe that I have from years ago. Theresa (Panneck) Pille
Emile & Theresa Pille Feb 1 2016 1:22 PM
I am sorry for your loss. Ida was a special lady. Every time I would go see her, she would not necessarily know me by name but knew I was one of Margaret and Denis' girls. At Ida's 90th birthday (and if any of you knew my Dad) she told me my Dad needed a horse whip across his butt for his shenanigans. I told my Dad and he laughed. Ida always treated my Mom so decently. May your memories help you through this difficult time.
Peggy Sik Jan 27 2016 3:14 PM
Dear Cousins, I'm so sorry to know of the loss of your Mom, She was beautiful Aunt and Godmother, always wanting to know what was happening in my life. Like you I will miss her. I know she was greeted with love and thanksgiving by her siblings, son, husbands, family and friends in our eternal world. God Bless all of you. Unfrtunately I will not be able to attend her funeral. Hugs and Love. Loretta
Loretta Jan 27 2016 10:21 AM