In loving memory of

Austin Mallinger
November 18, 1922 - July 26, 2020

Please join us in celebrating the life of AUSTIN JEREMIAH MALLINGER who passed away July 26, 2020. He experienced a long and wonderful life and touched the hearts of everyone he met.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Michael and Margaret Mallinger, and his six siblings: Eileen Callahan, Tom Mallinger, Margaret Condon, Steve Mallinger, Sr. Mary St. Stepen, and Lorayne O'Leary.
He is survived by his wife of 72 years Margaret Sullivan Mallinger St. Paul, MN; three daughters, Jane (Kurt Williamson) Williamson St. Paul, MN, Nancy (Jeff Engberg) Mallinger Big Lake, MN, Mary (Kirk Ankerstjerne) Ankerstjerne St. Paul, MN; and Dan Mallinger (Marina) Windemere, FL.
Austin was born and raised in Webster County and met his beloved wife through family members. He started his life farming and then moved on to the transportation industry where he spent the majority of his life. Austin was best known for his kind and gentle attitude. He was willing to experience new things: including having a home at Twin Lakes, without knowing how to swim, traveling to China and Ireland with his family and being involved in the lives of his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
The services celebrating his life will be limited to close family members due to present Covid 19 circumstances. If so inclined, please make donations to the Scholarship Fund at St. Edmond's High School. The funeral will be live streamed via Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home Facebook Page, Thursday, July 30, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.


Roger Arndorfer wrote on Jul 30, 2020:

"The Roger Arndorfer and family send sympathy and prayers. May he enjoy eternal rest!"

Mark Brown wrote on Jul 27, 2020:

"Mary and family, What a nice tribute to a life well lived. My Grandmother, Mary Mallinger Brown made sure to keep the cousins together and probably taught all of them at the one room school house across the road from the farms (early grades). We were sure fortunate to be raised by such a wonderful generation of parents. Sorry for this sad time, but wishing you good memories going forward. Mark Brown, Spirit Lake. PS Looking forward to seeing at the 41st reunion. "