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Frances M. Haugen
Funeral services for Frances M. Haugen, 81, Coon Rapids, took place March 
24 at Faith Lutheran Church, Coon Rapids. Rev. James Donald officiated.
Haugen died March 21 at Camilia Rose Convalescent Center, Coon Rapids. She 
was born Sept. 26, 1918 in Crary, N.D., to Frank A. Zbytovsky and Minni 
Jung. She was a teletype operator at Sears for 26 years.
She is survived by her sons, Roger and wife Nancy, Curtis and wife Sharon; 
grandchildren, Shawnna, Jessie and Christopher; great-grandchildren, 
Kiantae and Donovan; sisters-in-law, Ione Zbytovsky and Priscilla Haugen; 
brother-in-law, Sanford Haugen; and many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Conrad; and son, Douglas.
Pallbearers were Christopher, Charles and Robert Haugen, Gene and Scott 
Berg, and Del Anderson.
Interment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements were by 
Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka.

Steven W. Held
Funeral services for Steven W. “Steve” Held, 51, Spring Lake Park, took 
place March 28 at Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids. Rev. Earl C. 
Simonson officiated.
Held died March 22 in Coon Rapids. He was born Oct. 15, 1948 in 
Minneapolis and was a former supervisor with the U.S. Postal Service. He 
served in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam, where he received two Purple 
Hearts.
He is survived by his wife, Shelley; daughters, Tina Flor (Scott), Angie, 
Jessie; son, Sam; grandson, Alex; brothers, Chuck (Lila), Dave (Elly), Jim 
(Ronda), Rick, Gary (Pat); twin sister, Sally; sisters, Deanna and Denise 
(Wallace); nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Benny and Ruby; sisters, Sandra 
and Judy; and brother, Michael.
Pallbearers were Chuck, Dave, Jim, Rick, Gary, Adrian and David Held, and 
Larry Magel.
Interment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements were by 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel.

Michael W. Horbal
Funeral services for Michael William Horbal, 82, Anoka, took place March 
25 at Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids. Rev. Marcus Mork 
officiated.
Horbal died March 22 in Fridley. He was born Oct. 24, 1917 in Minneapolis 
and was a plumber.
He is survived by his wife, Vivian; sons, Bruce (Linda), Gerald (Laura), 
and Dale; grandchildren, Brian, Audri, Megan and Lindsey; brothers, Gust 
(Sylvia); sisters, Gen Burns, Marie Sims, Jessie (John) Sweney, Gerri 
(Don) Holcombe and Betty (Guy) Moore; nieces and nephews; and other 
relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and sisters, Eve Heubach and Ann 
Semotuk.
Interment was private. Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel.

Edwin J. Johnson
Edwin J. Johnson, 72, Mesa, Ariz., formerly of Coon Rapids, died March 22. 
He was an active member of the Coon Rapids American Legion.
He is survived by his wife, Mary; children, David and family, of Bonita 
Springs, Fla., Gary and family of Elk River, Connie Thayer and family of 
Coon Rapids, Kristi Preese and family of Broomfield, Colo; six 
grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brother, Roger and wife Jean; and 
many other relatives and friends.
Arrangements were by Melchers Chapel of Roses Funeral Home, Mesa.

Christina S. Keegan
Funeral services for Christina S. Keegan, 74, Coon Rapids, took place 
March 27 at Washburn- McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids. Rev. James Holl 
officiated.
Keegan died March 22 in Coon Rapids. She was born Aug. 18, 1925 in Pilson, 
Czechoslovakia.
She is survived by her children, Peter, James Jr., Margaret, Lizzy, Grace, 
Mary and Christine; 16 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband,James.
Pallbearers were James J. Keegan, Jr., William Singleton, Arthur. J. and 
Arthur O. Day, Gunter Erber, and Marty Bies.
Interment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements were by 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel.

Philip C. Kunkel
Funeral services for Philip Charles Kunkel, 65, Coon Rapids, took place 
March 23 at St. Stephen Catholic Church, Anoka. Rev. Bill Deziel 
officiated.
Kunkel died March 21 in Coon Rapids. He was born Jan. 25, 1935 in 
Watertown,, and was a contract manager for Honeywell.
He is survived by his wife, Avis; daughters, Karla, Lori (Kevin) Perry; 
son, Charles; grandchildren, Amber and Sam Perry,. Charles Gendron, Tyler 
Kunkel; and brothers, Harvey and Robert.
Pallbearers were Robert Halva, Rick Boe, Gary Cirks, Paul Olander, and 
David and Dale Smith.
Interment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements were by 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Freda B. Martineau
Funeral services for Freda B. Martineau, 97, Minneapolis, took place March 
25 at Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Chapel, Anoka. Revs. John Hunter and David 
Westberg officiated.
Martineau died March 22 at Maranatha Care Center, Brooklyn Center. She was 
born Feb. 27, 1903 in Mendota Heights to Bernahard H. and Margareth 
Franzmeier Schwanz.
She is survived by her daughter, Marjorie Wells; son, Edward Martineau and 
wife Marilyn; grandchildren, Kaylynn Streppone and husband Matt, Renee 
Smith and husband Gary, Warren Wells and wife Helen, Kerry Johnson and 
husband Mark, Kristine Gellerman and husband Mike, Kathryn Cegla and 
husband Dan, Kelly Martineau, Debra Monson and husband Al, Brenda 
Stevenson; and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Lester; and daughter, Marcella 
Stevenson.
Pallbearers were Mark Johnson, Dan Cegla, Warren Wells, Ross and Jason 
Smith, and Matthew Monson.
Interment was at Svea Hill Cemetery, Big Lake. Arrangements were by 
Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home.

Elvina V. Morton
Funeral services for Elvina V. Morton (Rittmiller), 64, Coon Rapids, took 
place March 27 at Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel. Rev. Jan L. Follett 
officiated.
Morton died March 22 in Coon Rapids. She was born Oct. 17, 1935 in 
Monango, N.D., to Gustave E. Rittmiller and Martha M. Helfenstein. She was 
a computer assembler at Unisys.
She is survived by her daughter, Shirley Charboneau and husband Jerome; 
brothers, Richard Rittmiller and wife Setsuko, Orville Rittmiller and wife 
Gretta; sister, Susan Nygaard; grandsons, Bradley and Brian; three 
great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews,
She was preceded in death by her husband, Lonnie; parents, Gustavae and 
Martha Rittmiller; five brothers; two sisters; and one grandson.
Pallbearers were Brian and Bradley Morton, Rick, Dennis and Danny Hudek, 
and Gus Rittmiller.
Interment was at Morningside Memorial Gardens, Coon Rapids. Arrangements 
were by Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

Alice Otis
Funeral services for Alice Otis, 91, New Brighton, took place March 25 at 
Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids. Rev. Bernard Reiser officiated.
Otis died March 21 in New Brighton. She was born May 1, 1908 in Kerkhoven 
and was a retired nurse.
She is survived by her brother, John (Eileen) Frederickson; sister, Donna 
(Dr. Robert) Kelly; and several friends and nephews.
Pallbearers were Michael Aultman, John and Anthony Bentley, David 
Malmstrom, James and Dave Frederickson, Richard Kennedy and Theodore 
Kelly.
Interment was at Epiphany Cemetery. Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy 
Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Charles A. Untz
Funeral services for Charles Anthony Untz, 18, Andover, took place March 
24 at Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids. Rev. Thomas Wilson 
officiated.
Untz died March 20 in Andover as a result of a highway accident. He was 
born March 6, 1982 in Portsmouth, N.H., and was a student.
He is survived by his parents, Steven and Ellen Untz; brother, Bryant; 
grandparents, Lorraine Untz and Ann and John Carney; many uncles, 
aunts,and cousins; and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Dr. Anthony Untz.
Pallbearers were Collin Cleary, Kevin Conelly, George and Shaun Cusick, 
Alan Lind and Karen Theisen.
Interment was at Epiphany Cemetery. Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy 
Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Helen A. Wagner
Funeral services for Helen A. Wagner, 81, Andover, took place March 24 at 
Lord of Life Church, Rev. Suzanne Ferkey officiated.
Wagner died March 17 in Coon Rapids. She was born Aug. 18, 1918 in 
Sturgeon Lake and was a realtor.
She is survived by her daughters, Gail Marie Sexton, Nancy (Glenn) O’Kan; 
son, Michael Wagner; daughter, Patricia (Darrell) Hauge; grandchildren, 
Paula, Tom, Dan, Stacey, John, Julie, Adam, Matthew, Luke; eight 
great-children; sisters, Marcia, Agnes and Eleanor; and brothers, Paul and 
Floyd.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank; and sons Patrick.
Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Deborah A. Anderson
Memorial service for Deborah A. Anderson nee Vollmar, 46, Flagstaff, AZ 
formerly of Anoka will take place Saturday, March 25, 2p.m. at Gearhart 
Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.
Anderson died March 4. She was a 1971 graduate of Spring Lake Park High 
School.
She is survived by her father, Terry Vollmar; daughters: Rachel and Amber; 
brothers: David, Michael and Joseph; sisters Laura and Janet; 8 nieces and 
one nephew.
She was preceded in death by her mother Ernestine Vollmar.
Arrangements were with Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

Janet E. Caspers
Funeral services for Janet E. Caspers, 68, Coon Rapids, took place March 
23 at Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids. Father Bernard Reiser 
officiated.
Caspers died March 19 at Fairview University Medical Center, Mpls., MN. 
She was born January 10, 1932 in Minneapolis, MN. She was a homemaker.
She is survived by children, Lynda Treanor and husband Steven, Mary Curtis 
and husband Jim, Sandie Ristow and husband Mike, Joni Longfellow and Dan 
Thies, Rory Becker and wife Terri, Shari Engen; 15 grandchildren; 9 
great-grandchildren; sister, Phyllis Brown and husband Jim; former husband 
and life long friend, John Becker; many nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Frank Luftman, Jack Luftman, Chuck Luftman, Rick Luftman, 
Todd Dennie, Jason Treanor.
Interment was at Epiphany Cemetery, Coon Rapids. Arrangements with 
Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka, MN.

Jack L. Cloud
Funeral services for Jack L. Cloud, 67, Puposky, MN formerly of Blaine, MN 
took place March 20 at Peace Lutheran Church, Coon Rapids with Reverend 
Heather Teune officiating.
Cloud died March 16 at daughter’s home in Coon Rapids. He was born March 
28, 1932 in Watertown, South Dakota. He was employed by Our Own Hardware 
for 36 years until his retirement in 1983. Jack served in the Korean War 
and was a member of the Kraus-Hartig VFW in Spring Lake Park.
He is survived by wife, Sheila; sons, Dwayne “Al” (Janelle) of Anoka, Bill 
(friend Sheila) of Mounds View, Ron (Patty) of Elk River; daughters Brenda 
(friend Dennis) of Bemidji-Puposky, Leslie (Rocky) Gunderson of Coon 
Rapids, Colleen (friend Terry) of Blaine; 18 grandchildren; 4 
great-grandchildren; 7 step-grandchildren & 2 step great-grandchildren; 
brothers, Ron (Carol) of Brainerd and Don (Mary) of Elk River, stepmother, 
Alice; other relatives & many friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother.
Pallbearers were William Cloud, Jr., James Cloud, Jeremy Gunderson, Todd 
Decker, Daryl Aderman, Jr., Marv Hagle, Ronald Current, Jr. (Slugger), and 
Brandon Baker. Honorary: Tony Cloud, Michael Cloud, Justin Kaitchuck, 
Kevin Lick and Our Own Hardware Employees and all other grandchildren.
Interment was at Morningside Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were with 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Eldora Y. “Dodie” Erickson
Funeral services for Eldora Y. “Dodie” Erickson, 66, Anoka, took place 
March 17 at Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Chapel, Anoka. Pastor J.R. Baumgarn 
officiated.
Erickson died March 15 at her residence in Coon Rapids. She was born March 
22, 1933 in Mahnomen, MN, to Charles A. and Florence M. (Emerson) 
McKenzie. She married Norman W. Erickson on July 23, 1959 in Iowa. She was 
a presser at Anoka’s Cleaner’s One.
She is survived by husband, Norman, Sr.; children, Norm, Jr. and fiancee 
Lori Schlect; Douglas and wife Adair, Michael and wife Angie, Pam Erickson 
and fiance Scott Truman; grandchildren, Tami, Joe, Matt, Austin and Kyle; 
sisters, Shirley Mitchell, Phyllis Baker, Joyce Erickson and Barb Lange; 
brother, Charles “Pete” McKenzie; many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by brother, Dennis McKenzie.
Pallbearers were Norm Erickson, Jr., Douglas Erickson, Michael Erickson, 
Scott Truman, Pete McKenzie and Brian McKenzie.
Interment was at Forest Hill Cemetery, Anoka, MN. Arrangements were made 
by Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka.

Nan Clark Howe
Funeral services for Nan Clark Howe, 102, Coon Rapids, took place March 24 
at First Baptist Church, Coon Rapids with David Johnson and Victor 
Windquist officiating.
Howe died March 17 in Coon Rapids. She was born June 18, 1897 in Bird 
Island, MN.
She is survived by sons, Harry (June) Howe, Clark (Luella) Howe; 
grandchildren, Tim (Pat), Dan (Jane), Robyn (Gary) Palmquist, Peter; 
great-grandchildren, Jared, Nicholas, Johanna, Katrina, Erik, Laura.
She was preceded in death by husband, Harry; parents, Melville and Minnie 
Mae; 6 brothers; 1 sister.
Pallbearers were Tim, Dan, Jared, Nicholas, Erik Howe and Gary Palmquist.
Interment was at Oneota Cemetery, Duluth, MN.

Alice R. Huebsch
Funeral services for Alice R. Huebsch, 70, McGrath, took place March 17 at 
Epiphany Catholic Church with Father Bernard Reiser officiating.
Huebsch died March 8 in Cambridge. She was born May 23, 1929 in Ellsworth, 
Wisconsin to George John Gutting and Isabelle E. Reichert. She married 
Robert Vincent Huebsch and was a homemaker.
She is survived by sons: Albert, Jeffrey and Scott; sisters: Grace and 
Chester Wood, Rosemary and Edward Rousseau; brother: Kenneth. Nieces and 
nephews.
She was preceded in death by husband, Robert.
Interment was at Morningside Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were with 
Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

James Louis Klemz
Private services for James Louis Klemz, 76, Coon Rapids, were held.
Klemz died March 16 in Roseville, MN. He was born May 18, 1923 in 
Minneapolis, MN to Louis Klemz and Edna Trafton. He married Donna Ganske 
and was an airline mechanic. James was a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air 
Force from 1941-1963. He was also a long term employee of Northwest 
Airlines.
He is survived by wife, Donna; children: Deborah Klemz of Parkers Prairie, 
Steven (Janet Scott) of Manassas, VA, Shelley (Charles) Compton of Coon 
Rapids; grandchildren: Jeffrey, Heather, Meghan, Ashley, Sam, Karina, 
Peter; sisters: Jean and Ramona; brother: Warren.
Interment was at Morningside Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were with 
Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

Kathryn E. Kollman
Funeral services for Kathryn E. Kollman, 81, Coon Rapids, took place March 
22 at Faith Lutheran Church with Reverend John Kerr officiating.
Kollman died March 18 in Coon Rapids. She was born July 12, 1918 in 
Waterloo, Iowa to Theodore Peterson and Ester Gustafson. She later married 
Donald Kollman and was a teacher.
She is survived by son; William F. of Bloomington, daughter Kristin 
(Chuck) Meyer of Cottage Grove; grandchildren; Courtney, Lyndsey, James 
and Elizabeth; great-grandson; Gavyn Hansen; sisters: Marjorie Foster and 
Thelma Peterson both of Venice, Florida; numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by husband, Donald; brother; Homer Peterson.
Interment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements were with 
Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

Linda Marie Larson
Funeral services for Linda Marie Larson (nee Mangen), 50, Andover were 
held March 17 at Washburn McReavy Seman Chapel.
Larson died March 14, 2000 in Andover. She was born January 8, 1950 in 
Minneapolis, MN. She was in retail sales.
She is survived by husband, Gary; daughter, Scarlett; son, Caylan, mother 
and father, Rosemarie and Richard Mangen; sisters: Diane, Joan, Michelle, 
Susan; brothers: Timothy, Frank; other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by grandparents; sister Pamela.
Interment was private. Arrangements were with Washburn-McReavy Seman 
Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Howard Lewis
Funeral services for Howard Lewis, 90, Coon Rapids, took place March 17 at 
Peace Lutheran Church.
Lewis died March 14 in Anoka. He was born October 13, 1909 in Seneca, 
Missouri to John L. Lewis and Florence E. Knox. He married Inga J. Berg 
and was a furniture upholsterer.
He is survived by wife, Inga; daughters: Sherry Lewis and Melanie Crampton 
and husband Dan; grandchildren: Joshua and wife Angela, Allesia and 
husband Travis and Sara; great-grandchildren: Alexandra and Mikayla; 
sister: Mae Hutchinson and brothers: Ray, Bayard and George Lewis.
Interment was at Morningside Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were with 
Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

Dale H. Meyer
Funeral services for Dale H. Meyer, 58, Anoka, took place March 23 at 
Gearhart Anoka Funeral Chapel. 
Meyer died March 19 in Minneapolis, MN. He was born August 22, 1941 in 
Minneapolis, MN to Frank H. Meyer and Jessie P. Otto. He was a service 
station manager.
He is survived by son: Christopher and former wife and special friend 
Sandi; granddaughter: Jamie Lynn; Sister: Arlene (Leslie) DeMar; many 
nieces, nephews and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Jessie; brother: Harlan.
Interment was at Forest Hill Cemetery. Arrangements were with Gearhart 
Anoka Funeral Chapel.

Edward J. “Jean” Rotramel
Funeral services for Edward J. “Jean” Rotramel, 74, Coon Rapids, took 
place March 23 at Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids with Fr. Bernard 
Reiser officiating.
Rotramel died March 17 at Anoka Good Samaritan Home. He was born August 
11, 1925 in Paxton, Illinois to David E. “Ted” and Roxan (Gardner) 
Rotramel. He was a retired electrician for Mereen Johnson Company. He was 
a veteran of World War II serving in the navy. He was a lifetime member of 
Lino Lakes V.F.W.
He is survived by son: Tom (Birdie) Rotramel of Ramsey; grandchildren: 
Erica Fischer, Erin Strong, Ross, Reid, Ryan and Robb Rotramel, 
great-granddaughters: Katelyn and Lydia Fischer; Sister: Winnie Clausen of 
Ill.; nieces, nephews, daughter-in-law: Jill Steinke of New Brighton, 
brother-in-law: David (MaryAnn) Davis of Anoka.
He was preceded in death by wives: Shirley and Verna; parents: Ted and 
Roxan; daughter, Kelly; son: Tim; brother: Paul.
Pallbearers were his grandchildren: Erica Fischer, Erin Strong, Ross, 
Reid, Ryan and Robb Rotramel.
Interment was at Crystal Lake Cemetery, Minneapolis. Arrangements were 
with Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka.

Marion H. Sorensen
Funeral services for Marion H. Sorensen, 67, Pequot Lakes, MN, formerly of 
Anoka took place March 22 at Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka with 
Pastor Norman R. Berg officiating.
Sorensen died March 16 at her home in Pequot Lakes, MN. She was born Jan. 
18, 1933 in Minneapolis, MN to Ralph and Hazel Ohrt. She married Richard 
H. Sorensen. She was a retired secretary at the Anoka-Hennepin Technical 
College.
She is survived by son: Gregory and wife Debbie of Maple Grove; daughters: 
Cheryl Drew of East Aurora, NY, Karen Paul and husband Ron of Blaine; 
grandchildren: Ryan Sorensen and wife Sara, Drew and Kalen Sorensen, Nick 
and Kelsey Drew, Keith and Kyle Coolidge, Zachary and Jesse Paul; 
great-granddaughter, Emma Mae Sorensen; brother, Everett Ohrt of Seabring, 
FL; close friend, Eva Clow.
She was preceded in death by husband, Richard; parents, Ralph and Hazel 
Ohrt.
Interment was at Forest Hill Cemetery, Anoka. Arrangements were with 
Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home.

Merceline L. “Merc” Winch
Funeral services for Merceline L. “Merc” Winch, 84, Anoka took place March 
20 at Zion Lutheran Church with Rev. Norm Berg officiating.
Winch died March 17 at Fridley Convalescent Home. She was born November 2, 
1915 in Minneapolis, MN to John C. and Rosetta S. (Lawrence) Schreiner. 
She married Theodore F. Winch. She retired from ThermoServ in Anoka. She 
was a member of Zion Lutheran Church for many years.
She is survived by sister: Ione Schreiner of Fridley Convalescent Home; 
brother-in-law: George Winch of CA; nieces, nephews, cousins, other 
relatives and many friends.
She was preceded in death by husband: Ted.
Pallbearers were Doug Anderson, Doug Lawrence, Ron Quast, Rick Werdien, 
Ricky Werdien, Ed Werdien. 
Interment was at Hillside Cemetery, Minneapolis. Arrangements were with 
Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka.

Donald J. Zabinski
Funeral services for Donald J. Zabinski, 62, Anoka took place March 20 at 
the Church of St. Raphael, Crystal, Mn 
Zabinski died March 14 in Anoka. He was born February 26, 1938 to Ignatius 
and Alvina Birk Zabinski in St. Cloud. He was the owner of Don’s Ace 
Hardware, Anoka, MN.
He is survived by his wife: Joyce; daughter: Sandi Molloy of Crystal; 
sons: Steve of Isanti, Jon of Blaine; step-children, Pamela Krajewski of 
Buffalo, Steven Hill of Corcoran; sisters: Luverne Orth of St. Cloud, 
Jeanette Mundloch of St. Augusta, Maryanne Zabinski of St. Cloud, Darlene 
Young of Holdingford; brothers: Eugene Zabinski of Ely, Virgil Zabinski of 
Spokane, Washington, Jerry Zabinski of St. Cloud, David Zabinski of 
Minneapolis; 13 grandchildren.
Interment was at Gethsemane Cemetery in New Hope. Arrangements were with 
Gearty-Delmore Funeral Chapels, Inc.

Arthur L. Aaserud
Funeral services for Arthur L. Aaserud, 69, of Coon Rapids, took place 
June 3 at Glen Cary Lutheran Church. Rev. Thomas Moen officiated.
Aaserud died May 26 in Onamia. He was born Feb. 26, 1931 in Grygla. He was 
a produce manager.
He is survived by wife, Phyllis; daughters, Karen (Ed) Manor, Sharon 
(Richard Bengen) Stoe; Carla (Kevin) Cummings; son, James (Sara) Aaserud; 
10 grandchildren; brother, Melville (Lynn) Aaserud; sister, Jeanette 
Aaserud; uncle, cousins, in-laws; and many friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Magnus and Sophia.
Interment was at Hillside Cemetery. Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy 
Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Alice M. Bailey
Funeral services for Alice M. Bailey, 100, of Spring Lake Park, took place 
May 31 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Spring Lake Park. Rev. Dean W. 
Gade officiated.
Bailey died May 27 at Fridley Convalescent Home. She was born Dec. 31, 
1899 in Swanville to Jacob and Frances (Welfle) Schrupp.
She is survived by her sons, Gordon of Blaine, Eldon (Sharon) of Texas; 
six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and 
nephews.
She was preceded in death by husband, Alfred N. Bailey.
Pallbearers were Clarence Sauter, Americo Nizzi, and Clayton, Gerald, 
Larry and Lowell Schrupp.
Interment was at Spring Brook Cemetery, Swanville. Arrangements were by 
Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka.

Mosette M. Buelow
Funeral services for Mosette M. Buelow (Simon), 68, of Coon Rapids, took 
place June 1 at Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids. Rev. Bernard A. 
Reiser officiated.
Buelow died May 29 in Anoka. She was born Jan. 22, 1932 in Minneapolis. 
She is survived by husband, DeWaine; son, Leonard Simon (Juliane); 
daughter, Linda Belanger (Ricky); grandchildren, Misty Anne Schwagerl 
(Andrew), Brandy Lee Belanger, Keith Campbell II, Dain Campbell, Anthony 
Zappa-Roco; great-grandchildren, Destiny Campbell, Keith Campbell III, 
Anthony Schwagerl; sister, Beverly Williams (Marvin), son-in-law, Keith 
Campbell; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her son, Mose Zappa; and daughters, Lynette 
Campbell and Beverly Zappa.
Pallbearers were Keith Campbell, Keith Campbell II, Dain Campbell, Leonard 
Simon, Rick Dickman, and Andrew Schwagerl.
Interment was at Epiphany Cemetery. Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy 
Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

William R. Chapman
Funeral services for William R. Chapman, 44, Coon Rapids, took place May 
26 at Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel. Rev. Abe Cardosa officiated.
Chapman died May 23. He was born Aug. 30, 1955 in Nebraska to William P. 
and Betty Bool Chapman. He was a self-employed mechanic.
He is survived by his parents, William P. and Betty Chapman; sister, Vicky 
Chapman; and nephew, William Farrar.
Interment was at Morningside Memorial Gardens, Coon Rapids. Arrangements 
were by Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

Maurice Hauck
Funeral services for Maurice Hauck, 92, Anoka, took place May 27 at 
Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids. Rev. Bernard Reiser officiated. 
Hauck died May 24 in Anoka. He was born June 30, 1907 in Minneapolis and 
worked in the meat industry for 50 years. He was active in the Knights of 
Columbus.
He is survived by his wife, Bernice; children, Jack (Joyce ) Hauck, 
Phyllis (Rod) Day; nine grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; sisters, 
Doris Heinz and Marj (Ed) Plante; and many nieces and nephews, relatives 
and friends.
He was preceded in death by his son, Ronald; and sisters, Garland Marsh 
and Olive Miller.
Pallbearers were Dave, Jim and Ron Hauck; Bob, Mike and Tom Day; and Tim 
Fallon.
Interment was at Resurrection Cemetery. Arrangements were by 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Charles W. McKay
Funeral services for Charles William McKay, 17, of Andover, took place 
June 1 at Epiphany Catholic Church, Coon Rapids. Rev. Bernard Reiser 
officiated.
McKay died May 26 in St. Paul. He was born April 19, 1983 in Coon Rapids. 
He was a student.
He is survived by his parents, Gerald and Karen; brothers, Albert, Jacob, 
Mark; sister, Annette; grandparents, Jack and Armella McKay, William and 
Genevieve Biskupski; aunts, uncles, cousins; and many friends.
Pallbearers were Albert, Jacob, Mark and Annette McKay.
Interment was at Epiphany Cemetery, Coon Rapids. Arrangements were by 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids.

Jean E. Oakvik
Funeral services for Jean E. Oakvik, 61, Fridley, took place May 26 at 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel, Coon Rapids. Rev. Scott McLaughlin 
officiated.
Oakvik died May 23 in Minneapolis. She was born Sept. 18, 1938 in St. 
Joseph and was a bookkeeper.
She is survived by her husband, Carroll; sons, Alan, Mark and Paul; 
grandchildren, Michael Nicholas, Melissa and Kristy; brother, Jerry 
(Carol), Jack (Pauline) and James; sister, Janet Peacock; and several 
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and sister, Joan Plantin.
Interment was at Hillside Crematorium, Minneapolis. Arrangements were by 
Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel.

Ella Reid
Memorial services for Ella Reid, 92, of Princeton, formerly of Anoka, took 
place May 31 at Elim Home Chapel, Princeton. Rev. Mark Willenbring 
officiated.
Reid died May 28 at Fairview North Regional Hospital in Princeton. She was 
born Nov. 19, 1907 in Princeton to Carl and Allie (Braton) Boyn. She was 
retired from Federal Cartridge.
She is survived by nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Martin Reid; parents, Carl and 
Allie Boyn; and brother, Derward Boyn.
Interment will be at Tucson Memorial Park Cemetery, Tucson, Ariz. 
Arrangements were by William Hanson-Kaun Funeral Home, Princeton.

Johan I. Stein
Funeral services for Johan I. Stein, 82, of Ham Lake, took place June 2 at 
Glen Cary Lutheran Church. Revs. Tom Moen and Jeff Jacobus officiated.
Stein died May 27 at Lake Ridge Care Center in Roseville. He was born 
March 19, 1918 in Steinsdalen, Norway, to Morton and Eline Jacobsen. He 
was retired from Metal-Matic Company as a carpenter. He was a member of 
the Norwegian armed forces, serving in the ski patrol and palace armed 
guards.
He is survived by his son, Hilmar (Edith) Stein; daughter, Gunnvor 
(Bodvor) Skrede; grandchildren, Gunn, Jon, Mareta and Lillian; 
grandchildren, Ana and Tora; brother, Magne Stein, all of Norway; and many 
nieces and nephews, both in Norway and America.
He was preceded in death by his parents; five brothers; and four sisters.
Interment was in Norway. Arrangements were by Thurston-Lindberg Funeral 
Home, Anoka.

Lawrence N. Welle
Funeral services for Lawrence N. Welle, 67, Blaine, took place May 30 at 
St. Timothy’s Catholic Church, Blaine. Rev. Harry Tasto officiated.
Welle died May 25 in Blaine. He was born Sept. 26, 1932 in Elrosa to 
Joseph and Agnes Brang Welle. He was a machine operator and a member of 
the Sgt. John Rice VFW Post.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy; daughters and sons-in-law, Brenda and 
Joe Falck, Carla and Randy Eatherton; sons and daughters-in-law, Scott and 
Janet, Steve and Lori, Bryan and Cynthia; 13 grandchildren; sisters, Joan, 
Marie and Ann; brothers, Duane, Ed and Tony; nieces and nephews; and other 
relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and nephew, Brent.
Pallbearers were Joe and Paul Welle, Bill Dold, Mark Kluempke, Jeff 
Weyrens, and Dave Trealor.
Interment was at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Arrangements were by 
Gearhart Coon Rapids Funeral Chapel.

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