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Mildred C. Olson, 85
Mildred C. Olson, 85, of Evansville, Minnesota, died on October 25, 1999 at the Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria.
She was born June 23, 1914 in Elbow Lake Township, Grant County, to Sever C. and Liva (Hanson) Nohre. She was baptized August 30, 1914 by Reverend H.M. Thoresen and confirmed May 5, 1929 by Reverend O.G. Aasen. She graduated from the Elbow Lake High School and then worked at Morris Agriculture School for a number of years prior to her marriage.
On April 3, 1947 she married Joseph A. Olson in Elbow Lake. They lived and farmed in Evansville Township. After retiring they moved into Evansville. Mr. Olson died June 24, 1999. She has been a resident of Crestview Manor Nursing Home in Evansville for the past few years.
She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church and Circle. She enjoyed crocheting, going along with Joe and watching him fish and her sons and their families.
She is survived by three sons: John (Eileen) Olson of Plymouth, Dennis (Kathryn) Olson of Nashua and Harvey (Betsy) Olson of Elbow Lake; eight grandchildren, Michael, Jennifer, Julie, Renee, Jeff, Sarah, Rachel and Elizabeth; two great-grandchildren, Jacob and Jordan; and two brothers: Clifford Nohre of Alexandria and Orville (Alvina) Nohre of Elbow Lake. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Joseph; brothers, Joe, Sam, Thomas and Melvin and a sister, Rose.
Funeral service was held on Thursday at 11 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church in Evansville with Reverend Irving J. Arnquist officiating. Burial was in the Mound Grove Cemetery, Evansville.
Arrangements were with the Glende-Johnson-Nelson & Nilson Funeral Home of Evansville. 

Jean E. Anderson, 77
Jean E. Anderson, nee Jeanne Emily Hamre, died October 27, 1999 at Douglas County Hospital.
Jean was born November 1, 1921, in Minneapolis to Ole J. and Pearl J. (VanDevere). She grew up in South St. Paul where she attended grade and high schools and later graduated from Bethesda School of nursing in 1943.
She married Roy. E. Fladwood in 1942. They moved to Alexandria in 1955. He died in 1967. In 1973 she married Walter H. Anderson. He died in 1995.
Besides being a homemaker, Jean was active in nursing for 43 years, working at Knute Nelson, Douglas County Hospital and 17-1/2 years as a Public Health Nurse for Douglas County before retiring in 1986. She was instrumental in starting the first diabetic classes and the "I Can Cope" classes for cancer patients and their families.
Following her retirement from nursing, Jean volunteered at the Knute Nelson Home. For 43 years she was an active member of the First Lutheran Church, serving as a Sunday school teacher and a member of the Ladies Aide. She was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and the American Legion.
She loved to travel, play cards and was a formidable Scrabble opponent.
Survivors include a son, Delmer (Roxanne) Fladwood, Minneapolis; daughters, Kay Harder, Minneapolis; Mary Jo (Mike) Baglio, Fridley; Patti Lu Fladwood, Alexandria; seven grandsons; four granddaughters; two great-grandchildren; a special cousin, G. Sherman VanDevere; a sister Karen McRunnels, Washington, D.C.; and sisters-in-law; a brother-in-law; many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
She is further survived by step-daughters, Elaine Olive, Florida and Carol (Pat) Reed, Leonard; step-sons: Ronald Anderson, Tennessee, Glen (Susan) Anderson, Tacoma, Washington; Dave (Debi) Anderson, Alexandria; 15 step-grandchildren; six step-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Connie Lee; a son, James; her parents; a brother Delmer Hamre; and a stepfather, Charles Campbell.
Jean was blessed with two wonderful marriages and a rich circle of family and friends. The void of her absence will be filled by the legacy of love and laughter she leaves to all who love her.
Funeral services were held Saturday, October 30, 1999 at the First Lutheran Church in Alexandria. Pam Noetzelman was the organist, Harland Angen and Jack Trumm, soloists and a prayer was read by a family friend, Holly Haanen.
Pallbearers were her grandsons. Honorary pallbearers were members of her bridge club, including Dice Gange, Rose Ann Maloney, Estelle Farley, Doris Reznecheck, Pat Ripley and Sy McPhee. Cremation is planned followed by inurnment at a later date in Union Cemetery, St. Paul.
Arrangements were by the Anderson Funeral Home, Alexandria. 

Adeline Walberg Nordlund
Adeline Walberg Nordlund, formerly of the Evansville/Alexandria area passed away on Sunday, October 10, 1999. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at Zion, Illinois. Adeline was preceded in death by her husband Arvid Nordlund on March 29, 1997 and is survived by their four children and their families, as well as several friends and relatives in this area. 

Daryl James Haack, 42
Daryl James Haack was born August 16, 1957 to James and Gwendolyn (Braun) Haack at Douglas County Hospital, Alexandria, Minnesota. He was baptized and confirmed at the Lands Lutheran Church in Hoffman. Daryl graduated from Hoffman Public Schools in 1975, graduated from Canby Area Vo-Tech in 1976 and attended University of Houston-San Jacinto. Daryl was united in marriage to Sheila Hagstrom on June 12, 1976 at Nora Lutheran Church, rural Kensington.
Daryl managed the Osakis Creamery Fertilizer Plant in Osakis for five years during which time he and Sheila built their first home and welcomed the birth of their daughter, Crystal Joy. The family belonged to the Osakis Lutheran Church in which Daryl was very active and especially enjoyed the Young Couples Club.
Daryl and his family then moved to the Houston, Texas area in 1981 where he was employed by Exxon Pipeline Company. He truly enjoyed his work and the travel and diversity that it brought into his life. Daryl and his family were active members of Hope Lutheran Church, Friendswood, Texas where he served in many capacities. During this time their son, Kyle Daryl, came home.
He was transferred to Bridger, Montana in 1988 during the height of the '88 Yellowstone forest fires. Daryl continued his employment with Exxon Pipeline Company while in Montana serving the Montana-Wyoming Line. He so truly enjoyed life in the mountains and surrounding valleys. He was a member of the Bridger Volunteer Fire Department and Yellowstone Valley Ambulance Service. Daryl and family were members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Bridger where he served as president of the congregation.
Daryl and his family made the decision to return to their roots and "came home" again to Minnesota in 1992 when he became employed by Douglas Machines in Alexandria. He always welcomed and enjoyed the challenges and opportunities presented to him while in his Douglas employment. Daryl was so excited to go overseas representing Douglas Machines to work in Corby, Northamptonshire, Great Britain. The traffic accident which resulted in his death on October 26, 1999 was untimely and left all his family and many friends with a void that will not be filled. However, those who had crossed his path know that he would want us to carry on and live life in a good and Godly manner until we meet him again.
His most joyous moments were spent with his family, experiencing the outdoors including hunting and fishing, scuba diving, computers and working on his hobby farm. Daryl had an appreciation and concern for life and all people that was evident to anyone who ever met him and was a great example of how to live. We will miss him greatly.
Daryl was preceded in death by his father James Haack, grandparents, Emil and Amanda Haack, grandfather Albert Braun and uncle Elmer Haack.
Survivors include his wife, Sheila, their children: daughter Crystal (Terry) Gapp and son Kyle Haack; his mother Gwendolyn Haack, grandmother Gladys Braun, sister Vickie (Rick) Birdsall, nephews Bob, Derek, Trevor and Blake Birdsall, father-in-law David Hagstrom (Ann), mother-in-law LaVerne Edblom (Marvin), sister-in-law Nancy (Bryan) Anderson, nephews Bryan Christopher and Brandon Anderson, brother-in-law Paul Hagstrom, sister-in-law Cynthia (Matthew) Revering, nieces and nephew Ashley, Joshua and Lindsey Satre and brother-in-law Mark Hagstrom as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins and a host of extended family and friends.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, November 2, 1999 at Nora Lutheran Church, rural Kensington with Reverend James R. Radatz officiating. Burial was in Lands Cemetery, Hoffman. Music for the service was provided by Laverne Olson, organist and Sue Helberg, soloist.
Casketbearers were nephews Bob, Derek, Trevor and Blake Birdsall, Ashley, Joshua and Lindsey Satre, and Bryan Christopher and Brandon Anderson.
Arrangements were with the Erickson-Smith Funeral Home in Elbow Lake.

Daryl James Haack, 42
Daryl James Haack was born August 16, 1957 to James and Gwendolyn (Braun) Haack at Douglas County Hospital, Alexandria, Minnesota. He was baptized and confirmed at the Lands Lutheran Church in Hoffman. Daryl graduated from Hoffman Public Schools in 1975, graduated from Canby Area Vo-Tech in 1976 and attended University of Houston-San Jacinto. Daryl was united in marriage to Sheila Hagstrom on June 12, 1976 at Nora Lutheran Church, rural Kensington.
Daryl managed the Osakis Creamery Fertilizer Plant in Osakis for five years during which time he and Sheila built their first home and welcomed the birth of their daughter, Crystal Joy. The family belonged to the Osakis Lutheran Church in which Daryl was very active and especially enjoyed the Young Couples Club.
Daryl and his family then moved to the Houston, Texas area in 1981 where he was employed by Exxon Pipeline Company. He truly enjoyed his work and the travel and diversity that it brought into his life. Daryl and his family were active members of Hope Lutheran Church, Friendswood, Texas where he served in many capacities. During this time their son, Kyle Daryl, came home.
He was transferred to Bridger, Montana in 1988 during the height of the '88 Yellowstone forest fires. Daryl continued his employment with Exxon Pipeline Company while in Montana serving the Montana-Wyoming Line. He so truly enjoyed life in the mountains and surrounding valleys. He was a member of the Bridger Volunteer Fire Department and Yellowstone Valley Ambulance Service. Daryl and family were members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Bridger where he served as president of the congregation.
Daryl and his family made the decision to return to their roots and "came home" again to Minnesota in 1992 when he became employed by Douglas Machines in Alexandria. He always welcomed and enjoyed the challenges and opportunities presented to him while in his Douglas employment. Daryl was so excited to go overseas representing Douglas Machines to work in Corby, Northamptonshire, Great Britain. The traffic accident which resulted in his death on October 26, 1999 was untimely and left all his family and many friends with a void that will not be filled. However, those who had crossed his path know that he would want us to carry on and live life in a good and Godly manner until we meet him again.
His most joyous moments were spent with his family, experiencing the outdoors including hunting and fishing, scuba diving, computers and working on his hobby farm. Daryl had an appreciation and concern for life and all people that was evident to anyone who ever met him and was a great example of how to live. We will miss him greatly.
Daryl was preceded in death by his father James Haack, grandparents, Emil and Amanda Haack, grandfather Albert Braun and uncle Elmer Haack.
Survivors include his wife, Sheila, their children: daughter Crystal (Terry) Gapp and son Kyle Haack; his mother Gwendolyn Haack, grandmother Gladys Braun, sister Vickie (Rick) Birdsall, nephews Bob, Derek, Trevor and Blake Birdsall, father-in-law David Hagstrom (Ann), mother-in-law LaVerne Edblom (Marvin), sister-in-law Nancy (Bryan) Anderson, nephews Bryan Christopher and Brandon Anderson, brother-in-law Paul Hagstrom, sister-in-law Cynthia (Matthew) Revering, nieces and nephew Ashley, Joshua and Lindsey Satre and brother-in-law Mark Hagstrom as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins and a host of extended family and friends.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, November 2, 1999 at Nora Lutheran Church, rural Kensington with Reverend James R. Radatz officiating. Burial was in Lands Cemetery, Hoffman. Music for the service was provided by Laverne Olson, organist and Sue Helberg, soloist.
Casketbearers were nephews Bob, Derek, Trevor and Blake Birdsall, Ashley, Joshua and Lindsey Satre, and Bryan Christopher and Brandon Anderson.
Arrangements were with the Erickson-Smith Funeral Home in Elbow Lake.

Josephine Theisen, 82
Funeral services were held on Friday at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Sartell, Minnesota, for Josephine Theisen, age 82, of Sartell, who died on Monday at St. Cloud Hospital.
Burial was in the parish cemetery.
Josephine Theisen was born on June 28, 1917 in St. Stephen to Frank and Regina (Smoley) Vouk. She married Alphonse Theisen on July 7, 1942 in St. Stephen. She was a homemaker and lived in LeSauk Township all her married life. She was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. Francis Xavier Christian Mothers.
Survivors include son, daughters and sons-in-law, Dolores and Norbert Mick of Sartell, Richard Theisen of Sartell, Kathleen and Kenneth Colgrove of Alexandria, Donna and Douglas Novak of Sartell, Laura Burns of Sartell; brothers and sister, William Vouk Sr. of Sartell, Leona Lepinski of St. Cloud and John Vouk of St. Stephen; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Alphonse on June 5, 1986; sisters, Evelyn Vouk, Sally Kosel, Isabelle Legatt, Frances Staller, Marie Merkling and Antoinette Thometz.
Casketbearers were Jason and Troy Theisen, Allen Mick, Chadd and Shanna Novak, and Tracy and Tim Burns.
Arrangements were with the Dingmann Family Funeral Home in Sauk Rapids. 

LaVonnie Atlanta Moon, 90
LaVonnie Atlanta (Johnson) Moon was born on July 13, 1909 in Lamberton, Minnesota the daughter of Joe and Margaret (Brewer) Johnson. At the age of 16 she was out on her own working as a waitress and kitchen helper in a restaurant in Tracy. There she met her future husband Millard Moon. They were married November 13, 1927 and farmed near Tracy until 1948 when the couple moved to the Nelson area.
In the early 50s they moved to Minneapolis where LaVonnie worked for Donaldson's Department Store for many years. When LaVonnie and "Moonie" retired, they traveled throughout the United States, parts of Mexico and Canada and spent the winters in Florida, Arizona, California and 20 years in Texas. In 1991 they permanently moved back to Minnesota and lived with their son Robert. The couple celebrated 65 years together before "Moonie's" death in 1993. LaVonnie enjoyed sewing, needlework, card games especially bridge, gardening, reading and fishing.
LaVonnie died at the Knute Nelson Home in Alexandria on October 23, 1999. She is survived by two sons: George (Joy O'Brien) Moon of Nelson and Robert Moon of rural Nelson; five grandchildren: David (Lana) of Sartell; Dawnette Moon of Alexandria; Donald (Jennifer) of Seattle, WA; Sally Moon of Yonkers, NY; Janice Moon of Bainbridge Island, WA; three step-grandchildren: Mike (Dottie) Markuson of Fayetteville, AK; Jackie (Stuart) Workman of Hampton; Paul Markuson of Dallas, TX; four step-great-grandchildren: Joy Noelle and Elliot Markuson and Evan and Nicholas Workman; four sisters: Lollie of Santa Ana, CA; Natalia of Farmington; Peggy of Owatonna; Donna Rose of Mountain Lake; and a brother Donald of Mountain Lake.
LaVonnie was preceded in death by her parents, husband Moonie, two brothers and one sister. LaVonnie always said, "When I go, don't weep for me; I had a wonderful life."
Memorial services were on October 28, 1999 at the Anderson Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Merlin Bartelt officiating. In spring, the inurnment will be at the Nelson Cemetery.
Arrangements were with the Anderson Funeral Home, Alexandria. 

Mary E. Breitkreutz, 24
Mary E. Breitkreutz, age 24, of Alexandria and formerly of the Cloquet/Carlton/Esko, Minnesota area, died Wednesday, October 27, 1999 at St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth.
She was born October 28, 1974 in Duluth to Richard and Mary (Glowacki) Breitkreutz. She was raised in the Cloquet/Carlton area and graduated from Carlton High School in 1994. She loved being an artist and moved to Alexandria and attended Alexandria Technical College for one year. She presently worked as a team leader in plastic mold injection for Donnelly Manufacturing in Alexandria.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Richard and Alice Breitkreutz; and her maternal grandparents, Chester and Rose Glowacki.
She is survived by her parents, Richard and Mary Breitkreutz of Esko; one sister Tanya Breitkreutz of Cloquet; her maternal great-grandmother Martha Finka of Zimmerman; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews; and very special friends, Gary Hoepper of Villard and Debbie Swant of Alexandria.
Funeral Mass was on Monday, November 1, 1999 at 1 p.m. at Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Cloquet. Interment service followed at New Calvary Cemetery.
Arrangements were with Nelson Funeral Care, Cloquet. 

Michael C. Dahle, 41
Michael Carl Dahle, age 41, died October 26, 1999 outside London, England.
Mike was born on September 9, 1958 in Fergus Falls, Minnesota, to Gordon and Marlys (Erickson) Dahle. He grew up in the Elbow Lake Wendell area and was baptized and confirmed in the St. Olaf Church. Both Mike and Karen graduated from Elbow Lake-Wendell High School in 1977.
He began work as a young 15-year-old, working for the city of Elbow Lake, Cenex, Sauby Insulation and Grant County Lumber. Mike was joined in marriage to Karen Jacoby on September 2, 1978 at St. Olaf Church in Elbow Lake. They lived there for a short time before moving to Alexandria in January, 1979. Mike and Karen became members of St. Mary's Catholic Church and started their family, giving birth to Nicole Lynn in 1982 and Alicia Marie in 1984.
Mike worked at Lampert Lumber in Alexandria before beginning his 15 year career with Douglas Machine in 1984. He also worked for Phil Haabala Construction off and on doing miscellaneous construction jobs.
Mike loved being active with his family and friends and rarely spent weekends at home. He often went camping and four-wheeling with the family and close friends. There was never a family occasion that Mike ever missed.
He also loved working with wood and made many beautiful things which we will treasure forever. He was a guy that could do just about anything and always put his whole heart into everything. As a high school boy, Mike, along with his brothers, loved the sport of wrestling and had the chance to compete at state competition in 1974. He continued to show his love for wrestling by volunteering his time and talents to the Alexandria Elementary Wrestling Club.
Mike was greatly loved and will be missed by all of us. We can take comfort in knowing that he is with God and we thank him for giving us those 41 years of his life.
Mike is survived by his wife Karen; daughters: Nicole and Alicia of Alexandria; mother Marlys Dahle of Wendell; father and mother-in-law Joseph and Mary Jacoby of Kensington; five brothers: Robert (Cheryl) Dahle of Breckenridge; Gordon (Arlene) Dahle of Sanford, NC; Dean (Deb) Dahle of El Paso, TX; Kevin (Shirley) Dahle of Alexandria; and Gary Dahle of Los Angeles, CA; three sisters: Kathleen (Larry) Windom of Rockford; Debra (Henry) Price of Fergus Falls; Cindy (Jeff) Mithun of Glenwood; great-aunt Priscilla Norling of Alexandria; aunt Bernice Berg of Elbow Lake; and several nieces and nephews. Mike is preceded in death by his father Gordon; grandparents Carl and Gemelia Dahle and Peter and Elizabeth Erickson and aunts and uncles.
Mass of Christian Burial was on November 1, 1999 at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Reverend Al Ludwig officiating. Carol Hagen was the organist and Annetta Knowles and Myron Larson, soloists.
Interment was at St. Mary's Cemetery with Jeff Lenarz, Les Feigum, Tim Bjorgum, Kevin Jacoby, Keith Jacoby and Kirk Jacoby serving as pallbearers.
Honorary pallbearers were Mike's five brothers.
Arrangements were with the Anderson Funeral Home, Alexandria.

Myrtle A. Pennie, 90
Myrtle A. Pennie, 90, of Coon Rapids, Minnesota, formerly of Villard, died Wednesday at the Park River Estates Care Center, Coon Rapids.
Funeral services were held on Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Villard Methodist Church, Villard. Interment was at the Lake Leven Cemetery, Villard.
Myrtle Agnes Cayler was born on April 27, 1909 in Amboy to the parents Fred and Agnes (Rinehart) Cayler. Myrtle and her younger brother, Glenn, lost their parents at an early age and went to live with Aunt Clara Rinehart in Miltona. Myrtle was graduated from Montevideo High School in 1927 and received a teaching certificate from St. Cloud Normal School the following year. She started teaching in 1928 in a country school in Yellow Medicine County and continued teaching the next eight years at several school districts in Douglas County.
Murton and Myrtle were married on July 12, 1938 and then drove to Fort Benton, Montana in a Model A Ford. They returned to Minnesota in 1941 and farmed four miles north of Villard until retirement in 1964. Murton and Myrtle continued enjoying their farm, home and country living. Myrtle was a homemaker, active in her church and a member of the North Side Birthday Club. She enjoyed 20 years of teaching Sunday school, gardening, quilting, playing the piano and organ and especially writing letters and keeping her journals. Myrtle loved her Lord and she loved the music and hymns of the church. After lovingly nurturing her family and grandchildren and little creatures such as ducklings, piglets and kittens, Myrtle began residing at Park River Estates Care Center in 1991.
Myrtle is survived by one son, Vernon (Dawn) Pennie of Marine on St. Croix; three daughters: Rebecca (Dennis) Tipton of Kansas City, MO; Sylvia (Wayne) Crow of Bonaire, GA; Evelyn (Tom) Fischer of Anoka; eight grandchildren: Robb Roy Pennie, Shannon Renee Pennie Borton, Michelle Rebecca Tipton, Christopher Tipton, Stirling Crawford Crow, Stewart Cayler Crow, Molly Lenore Fischer and Amanda Suzanne Fischer; and two great-granddaughters: Darby Brynne Borton and Aidan Grace Borton.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Murton in April of 1984 and brother Glenn Forrest Cayler.
Arrangements were with the Hoplin Funeral Home, Glenwood.

Russell Volkman, 73
Russell Volkman, age 73, of Long Prairie, Minnesota, passed away on Tuesday, October 26, 1999 at the Douglas County Hospital in Alexandria.
Russell Charles Volkman was born on April 9, 1926 in Little Sauk Township, Todd County to John and Elizabeth (Schwanke) Volkman. He attended School District #29 in Little Sauk Township. Russ worked on area farms until he was called to serve his country during World War II. On November 13, 1944 he was enlisted in the U.S. Army. Some of his service time was spent in France. He received the Victory Medal, Asiatic-Pacific-Theatre Ribbon, two Overseas Service Bars and the Good Conduct Medal. After his discharge on August 12, 1946, Russ returned to Minnesota.
On March 18, 1951 he was united in marriage to Ardelle Eastman in Osakis. The couple made their home in St. Paul where Russ went to work for the New Brighton Pole Yard. His next employment was as a welder with Seeger Refrigeration which was later bought out by Whirlpool Refrigeration. He worked there until his retirement in 1984. After retirement the Volkmans returned to the Little Sauk area and have lived there to the present time.
Russ was a former member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, St. Paul and now belonged to the Long Bridge Lutheran Church, Little Sauk. He belonged to the American Legion in St. Paul, joining the Little Sauk Legion upon his retirement.
Russ enjoyed nature and being outdoors. He was an avid fisherman all summer and also kept busy tending his garden, caring for his beef cattle and helping out area farmers. He liked to work in his garage tinkering with cars and always enjoyed playing cards or a game of dominos. He was a caring and devoted husband, father, grandpa and brother who will be dearly missed by his family and friends.
He is survived by his wife, Ardelle of Long Prairie; children: Karen Larson of St. Paul; Sandy (Dave) Christensen of Shoreview; Kenneth Volkman of Plum City, Wisconsin; Richard Volkman of St. Paul; Julie (Jim) Staples of Inver Grove Heights; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers: Norman Volkman of St. Paul and Lester Volkman of Maplewood; and many nieces and nephews.
Russ is preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, October 30, 1999 at 2 p.m. at the Long Bridge Lutheran Church in Little Sauk Township, Osakis with Reverend Steve Hilde officiating. Music was provided by organist, Alvina Vickstrom and soloist, Dana Hetland. Interment was at the church cemetery.
Casketbearers were Larry Witthoeft, Ron Jacobson, Jim and Todd Peters, Chad Schwanke and Bob Volkman.
Arrangements were handled by the Roy-Hetland Funeral Home, Osakis.


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