In Memory of

Alfred Neuendorf

Full Name: Alfred L. Neuendorf
Date of Birth: July 1, 1932
Date of Death: March 7, 2018
March 10, 2018 - 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Lewistown United Methodist Church
Service Information:
March 10, 2018 - 11:00 AM - Lewistown United Methodist Church

Lewistown- Alfred L. Neuendorf, 85, of rural Lewistown, passed away at 2:12 PM Wednesday March 7, 2018 at Graham Hospital.

He was born July 1, 1932 at Kewanee, the son of Alfred A. and Vivian (Hood) Neuendorf. He married Wanda Baker on September 18, 1954 at the Maples Mills Church. She preceded him in death on August 22, 1998. He was also preceded in death by one brother and four sisters. Survivors include his sons, Tim (Deb) Neuendorf of Delevan, David Neuendorf of Hartsburg, Ted (Shar) Neuendorf of rural Lewistown, and Rodney (Tracy) Neuendorf of Cuba, six grandchildren, Tessa, Tara, David, Hannah, Ben, and Willard, three great grandchildren, Alaina, Tristan, and Bryce, two sisters, Norma (Dick) Kuntz of Dunlap, and Marilyn Anderson of Peoria, and one brother, Larry (Ruth) Neuendorf of Aurora.

Al retired from the Operating Engineers Local 649. He was an Army veteran serving in the Korean War. He was a member of the Lewistown United Methodist Church.

Services will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday at the Lewistown United Methodist Church where visitation will be held one hour prior to services. Pastor Shane Smith will officiate and burial will be in Apple Cemetery with military honors conducted by Lewistown VFW Post 5001 and American Legion Bishop Post 1. Memorial contributions may be made to the Greater Peoria Honor Flight. Condolences may be made at

From: Roger and Helen RileyMar 8 2018 4:24PM
So sorry to hear that your dad passed away.  We sure enjoyed your parents when we lived around the area.  All of our kids in Prichard Clark , that was the good old days.  
May the Lord bless you and help you through the sad times.  Al and Wanda are together again!!
From: Dominick GasperMar 8 2018 6:22PM
Please accept my sympathy to Alfred's family. I am a friend of Ted's and use to work with Ted at The Farnsworth Group in Peoria office.
From: Tim Moore Mar 8 2018 8:37PM
A great man who befriended anyone who crossed his path. Wisdom beyond what age seems to deteriorate and I had a privilege to know a little more how much heaven truly has gained another angel.
From: Lorenda SpilkerMar 9 2018 8:33AM
Our deepest sympathy to Alfred's family. Alfred was a dear friend. To our cousins Mike and Cindy Neuendorf u are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincere Sympathy Alvin and Lorenda Spilker.
From: Bill & Carolyn JensenMar 9 2018 9:19AM
Tim, David, Ted & Rodney, We were so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. We have so many good memories of your parents & our neighbors for many years. Our thoughts & prayers to you & your families. Bill & Carolyn
From: John and Terry FanningMar 9 2018 9:48AM
We have such fond memories of Al.  He was always such a good neighbor.  We would love visiting him and hearing his stories.  Al always spoke so lovingly of his wife, Wanda.  Theirs was a love story to beat all!  Al has been reunited with Wanda and they are home again. Love, John and Terry
From: Julitta CarpenterMar 9 2018 9:50AM
We were so sorry to hear of Al's passing. Our thoughts are with the family. Julitta, Cindy and Kim (Max's girls)
From: Clyde&Ruth WinsteadMar 9 2018 9:55AM
Sorry for the loss of your dad.
Really just graduation day.praying for the family.
From: Patti - Kendall-Keaten MillerMar 9 2018 11:35AM
Such a wonderful man! So gracious, kind, and loving. We will all miss him and say an extra prayer for your family as I know he was loved so much by all of you.
From: steve weaverMar 9 2018 2:04PM
I am so sorry for your loss.I still remember all the good times we had in LA and your moms homemade ice cream.
From: Virgil & Ethel BrewerMar 10 2018 11:28AM
Our sympathy & prayers go out to each of you.  Your family has always meant a lot to us.  We now live in retirement home with next move heaven!
From: jim hindsMar 10 2018 3:18PM
so sorry for your loss,i knew al for over 40 years,i always enjoyed working for him,he was a good man, and a good friend,he will be missed

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