Due to the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, Anne would have wanted her family and friends to be in a safe environment during this time of uncertainty.
Private services will take place at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church with Father Bill Ruelle celebrating. Burial will follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Richardton.
Anne passed away April 2, 2020 at CHI St. Alexius Hospital in Dickinson.
Anne Link was born July 15, 1922 to Mathias and Katherine (Haas) Link in Richardton, ND. She grew up in Richardton and attended country school through the eighth grade. Anne moved to Milwaukee and worked in the Harley Davidson factory. During this time, she met her husband Jacob Meissner. The couple returned to Dickinson in 1942. They were united in marriage on August 8th of the same year at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richardton. To this union, daughter Marilyn was born. Together they raised their family in Richardton and owned and operated the local Hardware store until it burned down in 1974. Anne then decided to move to Dickinson. She began working at The Fad where she was a seamstress up until her retirement. Anne continued to make Dickinson her home.
Anne enjoyed playing bridge. She loved visiting with her family and friends, especially her daughter Marilyn. Anne was a woman of faith and prayed the rosary often.
Anne is survived by her daughter, Marilyn Meissner of Dickinson, and numerous nieces and nephews who include Robert (Jeanette) Pechtl of Bismarck and Tim Schmidt of Fargo who often included her in their family affairs. She was so blessed by their attentions.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Matthias and Katherine, and husband, Jacob Meissner; brothers, John and Joseph Link, sisters Kathrina and Mary Link, Elizabeth Pechtl, and Theresa Schmidt.