Granlund, Agnes Mildred a 50 year resident of Torrance, passed away on Monday, June 19, 2006 in Torrance. Born in Alta Loma, TX, Agnes was 77 when she died. Agnes was a member of First Lutheran Church in Torrance. She is survived by Husband, Earl Granlund of Torrance, CA; Daughter, Karen (Lloyd) Patterson of Lancaster, CA; Daughter, Vicki Granlund of Torrance, CA; Son, Daniel Granlund of Torrance, CA; Grandchildren Nicole, Kenny, Stephanie, Michelle, Jason, and Christopher; Brother, Mike David of Sante Fe, TX; and Sister, Nora (Homer) Richard of Opelausas, LA. Her first great grandson is expected in early August. She was preceded in death by Father, Mike David and Mother, Mildred David. The Memorial Service will be held at First Lutheran Church of Torrance, 2900 West Carson Street, on Saturday June 24, 2006 at 10am. Burial will be private at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, CA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice.

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  1. Agnes was our Shephard at First Lutheran Church for many years. All the cards she sent us always had a special little personal message from her. It was always a joy to receieve them in the mail. Our prayers are with her family. God Bless,

  2. Mrs. G was a very special woman. She always treated her kids friends as family and everyone was always welcomed in to their home. People like that are few and very far in between. She will be missed by all. My sincere condolances to her family!

  3. Dear Vicki and Family, Please know that Jon and I are thinking about you at this difficult time. We understand the pain of the loss of your mother all too well. Take Care, Love, Barbara and Jon

  4. Next door neighbor for many years Aggie will be truly missed! Not too long ago she hugged me when my Mom, Gloria passed away in March. I am deeply saddened by her sudden passing. She was always there to lend a helping hand. I have many years of Wonderful, Happy memories with the family next door since I was a child knowing the Granlunds. From making REAL ice cream w/ the ol’ crank ice cream maker in their back yard to the road trips to “THE RANCH” in Fallbrook in the back of white Chevy station wagon! Going in their house and seeing Lawrence Welk on TV for YEARS!!!! When I moved back with my son she welcomed Paul in the neighborhood and made the flowers for his High School special Night out! Things will never be the same without Aggie in the neighborhood! Thanks Aggie, for being a part of my life that you touched in many ways! You were like a second Mom to me on many occasions! I will miss you! Tell my Mom hello and you can share stories of the good ol’ days for hours in your housecoats! My sincere condolances to the Granlund Family. Love, Sheri Cusimano

  5. I will miss “Mom”. She was always there with a smile on and always laughing. I remember her trying to ground Danny in high school times and it was fun watching the festivities so to speak. Really appreciated the help she did when my Mom passed on. Love you.

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