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Lowell William BornitzLowell Bornitz, 94, of Tracy, passed away on Monday, August 14, 2017 at Our House Hospice in Slayton, Minnesota. A visitation will be held from 2 â 4 pm on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at the Life Remembrance Center in Tracy. A private family interment will take place at the Milroy Cemetery. No additional services will be held. The Life Remembrance Center of Tracy is caring for the family. Lowell William Bornitz was born January 15, 1923 in Worthington, MN to William and Goldie (Gasper). He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He attended Worthington Public Schools. On April 16, 1948, Lowell was united in marriage with Betty Jean Gilb. They farmed in the Tracy area all their lives. In 1992, Lowell and Betty retired and moved to an acreage north of Tracy where they continued to raise pail calves and bottle lambs until 2013. Betty passed away June 30, 2014. Lowell continued to live on the farm under his daughterâs care until July 10, 2017 at which time he entered âOur Houseâ Hospice Home in Slayton. Lowell enjoyed riding his gator, driving around, going to the home farm, watching the crops grow, going to the casino, having his favorite DQ hamburger with Bill every day, visiting and playing cards with family. He loved Charlie Pride music. He is survived by three children, Larry and Janice (Thooft) Bornitz, Susie (Lorraine) and Denny DeWitte, and Bill (William) Bornitz (fiancÃ©e Winnie Barber); nine grandchildren, Kimberly, Randall, and Tyson Bornitz, Austin and Emilie DeWitte, Chris, Courtney, Carter, and William Bornitz, two greatgrandchildren, Oakley and Kynlie Bornitz, and sister-in-laws, Violet Hook and Louella Gilb. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Betty, infant daughter, Amy, his brother, Lyle, and his sister, Phyllis. Blessed be his memory. Saturday, August 19, 2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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