Herbert P. Herold, 87, St. Cloud
June 20, 1928 - April 30, 2016
Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00AM Friday May 6, 2016 at St. Augustine’s Catholic Church in St. Cloud for Herbert P. Herold who died Saturday at Heritage of Foley Nursing Home. The Rev. Scott Pogatchnik will officiate. Burial will be at Assumption Cemetery in St. Cloud. Visitation will be from 4-7PM Thursday at the Williams Dingmann Family Funeral Home in St. Cloud and 1 hour prior to services Friday at the church in St. Cloud. St. Augustine’s Parish prayers will be at 4PM Thursday at the funeral home in St. Cloud.
Herbert was born in Buckman to Victor & Mary (Otremba) Herold. He grew up and graduated from Little Falls High School. He married Marie C. Walz on October 4, 1950 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Pierz. He worked as a meat inspector for U.S.D.A from 1971 until his retirement in 1991. He is a member of St. Augustine’s Catholic Church in St. Cloud. Herbert was a family man who loved to spend time hunting, fishing and trapping. He enjoyed spending time with his family at his hunting cabin near Pine River. He had a great love for his dogs and really enjoyed his time outdoors. He enjoyed playing cards, especially cribbage and 500. In his retirement years he loved driving tractors for local farmers near his cabin up north. He especially loved to spend time with his grandchildren, passing on his wisdom, he often made statements such as, “you may be hopeless, but not helpless”.
Survivors include his wife Marie of St. Cloud; children, Susan (Mark) Storti of Avoca, WI; Dr. Daniel (Connie) of Hawley; Duane (Roberta) of Cuyuna; Sandra Dinndorf of St. Cloud; Dale (Julie) of Deerwood; Dean (Bobbi) of St. Cloud; Darryl (Patty) of St. Augusta; Dennis (Ann) of St. Cloud; Douglas of St. Cloud; Dana of St. Cloud; Shannon Froberg of White Bear Lake; Sherri Hokanson of Sauk Centre, 26 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, son David Werner Herold in 2015, brothers Arnold, Augustus, and Leo; sisters, Mary, Christine Braun, and Marie Whitehill.
Memorials are preferred in lieu of flowers.