Sheila Martha (Inselmann) Kadelbach was born on July 25, 1947 in Hutchinson,
Minnesota. She was the daughter of Otto and Lida (Kaddatz) Inselmann. Sheila was
baptized August 24, 1947 at Peace Lutheran Church, Cosmos, Minnesota. She later
confirmed her faith at the same church body on May 28, 1961.
Sheila grew up in Cosmos and was of the graduating class of 1965 of Cosmos High
On May 13, 1967 Sheila was united in marriage to Allen Edward Kadelbach of Buffalo
Lake, Minnesota. Their vows took place at Peace Lutheran Church, Cosmos,
Minnesota. The two resided in Buffalo Lake at the beginning of their marriage. They
then moved first to Hopkins in 1968. In 1977 they built their family home in Eden
Prairie, MN. In their marriage they were blessed with two daughters, Jessica and
Kristine. Sheila and Allen shared 30 years before the passing of Allen in February of
Sheila was a devoted member of Victory Lutheran Church in Eden Prairie and willing to
serve in many ways. She enjoyed traveling with her friends. She was full of life,
laughter and joy when fellowshipping with others. Sheila enjoyed time with her
friends playing games and “adventuring”. Her grandchildren will tell the stories of
their “crazy Grammies”! Her body may have been old, but she was very young at
Sheila’s family lives in the confidence of our risen Savior Jesus Christ who conquered
death and is in the active work of perfecting us for life eternal. We realize this is only a
Sheila (Inselmann) Kadelbach, age 74, passed away at her home in Eden Prairie,
Minnesota on Monday, August 30, 2021.
Sheila is survived by her children Jessica (Bill) Jarman of Dassel, Minnesota and Kristine
(Chris) Dahl of Hopkins, Minnesota. Also her dear grandchildren Tyler (Abbie) Jarman,
Ian Jarman, Audrey Jarman, Owen Jarman, Sabrina Dahl, Evan Dahl and one great
granddaughter, Holly Jarman. Also survived by her sister Sharon (Herman) Keonig of
Cologne, Minnesota and special friends Terrell Meldrem and Vernone Feyereisen.
Sheila was preceded in death by beloved husband, Allen Kadelbach, her parents, and
older brother Dwaine.
Memorials may be given to Victory Lutheran Ministries.