Toni Marie Passe, 44, Red Wing
Toni Marie Passe, 44, died Monday morning, February 18, 2019 at her home in Red Wing, MN due to a blood clot to the lung. She was born April 10, 1974 to MaryAnna and Bill Passe in Wabasha.
Toni is survived by her love, Matt Stenzel of Red Wing, MN her father Bill Passe of Wabasha, MN her sisters Terri and Jeff Hartsook of Valley City, OH, Jerri and Don Corey of Mass City, MI, and Tracy Passe of Wabasha. She is also survived by nieces Jenn and Nate Patraw and boys Noah and Nevin of Pepin, WI, Heidi and Bryce Bergquist and girls Natalie and Brooklynn of Stockholm, WI, Brianna and Landon Welch and Wyatt of River Falls, WI, Kerrin Elberg of Red Wing, and Emily Kircher and John Moreno of Hudson, WI as well as many cousins whom she was very close with, because the Passe Cousins are awesome!
Preceding her in death was her mother, her paternal grandparents Elmer and Margie Passe, her maternal grandparents Susanne Tibesar and Spencer Sylvester, aunt Maxine Simpson, and uncles Wayne Sylvester, Jerry Passe, Jim Passe, and Ken Harcey.
She currently worked at Gemini in Cannon Falls, MN. She lived her life to the fullest entertaining her passions including music concerts, the MN Twins, the MN WILD, traveling, attending several Comic-Con events, and anything to do with animals as she and Matt loved their trips to Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Arizona. The NHL was a favorite sport of hers and Shane Doan, “Captain Coyote”, retired captain of the Arizona Coyotes, was her favorite player. She had so much memorabilia from concerts and games and her prized possessions were her jersey collection. Toni was also an organ donor and blood donor. Please consider being a donor yourself.
A celebration of life was held Friday, February 22, 2019 at the Lake City VFW beginning at 6 p.m. with a potluck. We came together to share with friends and family memories, stories, and whatever else you were privy to with her! A party is what she would want, and a party is what she deserves. We wore our favorite concert T, sports attire, WILD jersey, or Twins apparel.
A private burial will take place at a later date.