Neil G. Wolf

November 4, 1952 - April 27, 2020

Neil G. Wolf, age 67, of New Prague, died unexpectedly of natural causes at his home on Monday, April 28, 2020.  Neil was born on November 4, 1952 in New Prague to George W. and Delaine D. (Wickenhauser) Wolf.  He graduated from New Prague High School.  He worked as the Operations Manager for Farm Systems, part of Genex Cooperative in Montgomery.  Neil possessed a strong work ethic and was a dedicated employee for Genex.  He also had a softer side in his love of gardening; his flower gardens were exemplary and he enjoyed helping neighbors with theirs.  He had a passion for motorcycling all his life and enjoyed spending time in the woods at Pleasant Lake.  He loved nothing more than spending time with family and friends.


Neil is survived by his siblings, Norman (Joanne) of St. Peter, Jean (Steve) Sinell of Shakopee, Brian (Diane) of Montgomery, Bruce (Becky) of New Prague, LeeAnn Wolf of Roseville, Darrell (Kari) of North Mankato; many nieces and nephews.  He is preceded in death by his parents.


Private family services will be held.  Memorials may be directed to donor's wishes.

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Denise Busch
4 months ago

My heartfelt sympathy to Neil’s family and friends. As a cousin, neighbor, and classmate at St. Benedict’s School we shared many memories. Rest in peace Neil.

Sheri Miller
4 months ago

I’m so sorry for your families loss.

Roland Bakker
4 months ago

It is sad to hear that one of our valued employees of Farm Systems died so early in his life. My condolences to the entire family. I hope they stay with a lot of very valuable memories.

Jennifer Hass
4 months ago

My sincere condolences to the entire family. I had known Neil through our working relationship through Genex. He will be missed!

Ramona Hentges
4 months ago

We are sorry to hear of cousin Neils passing. Our sincere sympathy to the Wolf family.

George C Sprague
4 months ago

My sincere condolences to the Wolf family in your time of loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Norman and I were classmates in 1968 and rode the school bus together. Every time I drive north on Highway 21, I say to myself, “Yep, that’s where Norman lived” as I pass by the Wolf Homestead.

Kathy Haider
4 months ago

I worked with Neil at Farm Systems out of Melrose. He was a good person , friend and mentor. Neil loved his job and had so much knowledge. I am sad to hear of his death. He will be missed by many.
Ride in the wind and rest in peace Neil.

Nick kunkel
4 months ago

What an honest sincere man. Neil, I will always remember your solid personality and warm heart. I wish you well in heaven my friend. Time for you to tend the flowers there and now take time to enjoy people watching down on us.

Diane Preisen
4 months ago

This is such a shock! Neil and I are first cousins and he was a thoughtful great guy who will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Wolf family. Diane (Busch) Preisen

Dennis W Ellman
4 months ago

one of the best neighbors anyone could have neil would do anything for his neighors are sincere sympathy to the wolf family niel will be saddly missed

Lloyd Friske
4 months ago

Dedicated employee describes Neil to a tee. He will be greatly missed by his family and his many friends.

Aldean Steinhagen
4 months ago

Our sincere sympathy to the Wolf family. Is there a desired memorial contribution designated?

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