Rainville Brothers Chapel

2301 Central Ave Ne
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418
Hennepin County
(612) 789-3250

Check with Rainville Brothers Chapel about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Minneapolis, Minnesota location.

Contact the Rainville Brothers Chapel Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (612) 789-3250.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Rainville Brothers Chapel can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.



The Rainville Brothers Chapel is one of the funeral homes in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Hennepin County.

Minneapolis, Minnesota Obituaries and News
Obituary: Adela Kohner April 21, 2016

Minnesota, to Albert and Anna (Tews) Steuernagel. Adela married Francis R. Kohner Oct. 3, 1942. The couple lived in Winona, until 1940, when they moved to Rosemount, Minn., Hanford, Wash., and then to Minneapolis, in 1945. They moved to Rochester in 1967. (Winona Daily News)

Lester W. Wenzel, 86 April 18, 2016

Visitation will be held from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, April 20 at Bonnerup-Friedrich Funeral Chapel in New Richland and again one hour ... Lester was born October 13, 1929 in Waseca, MN to Alma (Klinger) and William H. Wenzel. He grew up in New Richland and ... (NRHEG Star Eagle)

Harvey Klemme April 17, 2016

Survivors include his wife of over 67 years, Betty of Akron; a daughter: Angela Hansen of Austin, Minnesota; two sons: David (Sharon) Klemme of Akron and Scott (Stephani) Klemme of Akron; six grandchildren: Troy Hansen of Minneapolis, Minnesota ... (Le Mars Daily Sentinel)

Donald L. Heinicke, 84 April 12, 2016

Donald LaVerne Heinicke was born March 23, 1932, in St. Paul, Minnesota, to Emerson and Viola (Ollmann ... For 32 years, Don was employed with Metal-Matic Inc. in Minneapolis where he worked as a forklift and crane operator until his retirement. (Austin Daily Herald)

Calvin Carey April 09, 2016

and Grace (Estabrook) Carey in Staples, MN. He spent his youth in the Ozarks of Missouri and ... Chili), with an additional four years as Visitation Pastor at Chapel Heights Methodist Church in Eau Claire after his retirement. He was passionate about ... (Eau Claire Leader-Telegram)


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Funeral Home Reviews
New Ulm, Minnesota
You need to include Larry Helget as a nephew in Harold Schmid's online obituary. They were together all the time. Larry will be extremely hurt if he reads it & doesn't see his name.
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Waseca, Minnesota
Please up date more often. The service we got when my Dad passed was great. Thank you again.
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Waseca, Minnesota
To the family of Irene Gomsrud: I am saddened to learn of Irene's death. I will miss the visits with her, her smile and happy outlook, and her "Irishness". May all your good memories of her be of comfort and continue to warm your hearts.
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Clarkfield, Minnesota
Kathy n Jeff have done such great work and are awesome with this field. we felt so ease with Tim's memorial. They deserve 6 star... Thanks Kathy n Jeff once again for the remarkable memorial.
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Waseca, Minnesota
To the Joseph Lorentz family: My prayers and sympathy goes out to your entire family. I had the pleasure to work with Joe (Lucky) I called him that for years in Waterville. We worked at the VFW He was a great guy and always pleasant to work with, also play Bingo with. Have lots of good memories to remember him by, and if you do this memories will help during your difficult time. He was well liked by many.
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