Miscellaneous Itasca County, Minnesota Obituaries
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Beverly Vaudrin Cain, 47, El Cajon, Calif., formerly of Grand Rapids, died Sunday, April 12, 1998, in El Cajon. She is survived by her father, Maurice Vaudrin, Grand Rapids; her mother, Florence Vaudrin, Gilbert; her husband, Bill, El Cajon; two daughters, Jennifer and Angela Carter, both of El Cajon; seven sisters, Kathleen Zea, Madelia, Marleen Swentkofske and Debra Johnson, both of Grand Rapids, Jeanette Brohman, Eveleth, Margie Vaudrin, St. Paul, Michelle VanHaagen, Grand Prairie, Texas, and Crystal Vaudrin, Menahga; two brothers, Kenneth Vaudrin, Grand Rapids, and Jeffrey Vaudrin, St. Cloud; and two grandsons, Christopher and Timothy Carter, both of El Cajon. Memorial services: Saturday, April 18, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Grand Rapids. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Donald R. Johnson, 58, Grand Rapids, died Monday, April 13, 1998, at Itasca Medical Center. He was born July 28, 1939, in Grand Rapids, the son of Richard E. and Bernice M. (Hansen) Johnson. He was a 1958 graduate of the Grand Rapids High School and attended Staples Vocational School. He worked at the Eveleth Taconite Mining for 16 years and the Marcell Forestry Office for the past three years. Prior to that he logged with his father. He was a 20 year member of Alcoholics Anonymous and was a member of the North American Antique Tractor Association. He is survived by his father, Richard, Balsam; two daughters, Jean Manning, Grand Rapids, and Wanda Pollock, Hibbing; three sons, Michael Johnson, Hibbing, Kevin Johnson, Hill City, and Bradley Johnson, Grand Rapids; his former wife, Zelda Johnson, Grand Rapids; a brother, Kenneth Johnson, Balsam; and two grandchildren, Sara and Kevin Pollock of Hibbing. Preceding him in death was his mother. Funeral: Thursday, April 16, at 2 p.m. at Peterson Funeral Chapel, Coleraine, with the Rev. Leslie Gingerich officiating. Visitation is from 1 p.m. until the service. Burial: Itasca-Calvary Cemetery, Grand Rapids. Arrangements by Peterson Funeral Chapel, Coleraine.
Loma Laine, 87, Blackberry, formerly of Jacobson, died Tuesday, April 14, 1998, at her home. She was born Sept. 1, 1910, in Merridan, Iowa, the daughter of John and Leota Powell. She moved with her family to Jacobson as an infant and attended schools in Jacobson and Floodwood. She was a writer for the Cornish Township News in the 1930s. She married Otto Laine April 8, 1936, in Jacobson. She lived in Clinton, Iowa, from 1951-1966, in Jacobson from 1966-1980, and in Clinton from 1980 to 1986 when she moved to Blackberry. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Clinton. She is survived by two daughters, Lavonne Anderson, Blackberry, and Darlene Batson, Cleveland, Okla.; four grandchildren and two great-grandsons. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, Otto, and three brothers. Funeral: Friday, April 17, at 2 p.m. at Libbey Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation is from 1 p.m. until the service. Burial: Ball Bluff Cemetery, Jacobson. Arrangements by Libbey Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Helen Walk, 73, Bigfork, died Friday, April 10, 1998, in Bigfork. She was born Jan. 4, 1925, in Hiawatha, Utah, where she attended school. Following school, she was employed at a confectionery store and later at J.C. Penney in Price, Utah. She lived in Salt Lake City, Utah, for a time and then moved to Chicago, Ill., where she was employed at Kroger Grocery. She married William Walk on Jan. 29, 1957, in West Bend, Ind. The couple lived in Chicago and continued employment at Kroger Grocery. In 1968, they moved to the Bigfork area where they owned and operated Antler Lodge Resort until retirement in 1976. She is survived by two daughters, Kathryn Avery, Gillette, Wyo., and Cynthia Mallon, Bigfork; two sisters, Kay Kournianos, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Mary Southwick, Phoenix, Ariz.; and four grandchildren, Cassie and Jamie Mallon, Bigfork, and Katie and Kyle Avery, Gillette, Wyo. Preceding her in death were her husband, William, in 1983, her parents, Angelo and Eftalin Pappas, and a sister, Pauline. Funeral: Tuesday, April 14, at 2 p.m. at Bigfork Lutheran Church with the Rev. John Sebentsfeldt officiating. Burial: Balsam Cemetery, Balsam. Arrangements by Carroll Funeral Home, Bigfork.
Lillian Theresa Cartwright, 83, Deer River, died Monday, April 13, 1998, in Deer River. She was born May 24, 1914, in Fountain City, Wis., and moved to Deer River when she was very young where she was a longtime resident. She married Floyd Cartwright on Jan. 12, 1932. She was a cook for many years at the old Deer River hospital and also at the new one when it first opened. She was a lifetime member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Deer River. She is survived by two sons, Robert Cartwright and Roland Cartwright, both of Deer River; a daughter, Florence Gibbs, Deer River; a brother, Willard Grossell, Deer River; a sister, Marian Figgins, Grand Rapids; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her husband, Floyd, in 1979, a son, Larry, in 1948, her parents, Carl and Mary Grossell, a sister, Molly Box, and four brothers, Joe, Johnny, Carl and Roman. Funeral: Thursday, April 16, at 11 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Deer River, with the Rev. Anselm Thevarkunnel officiating. Burial: Olivet Cemetery, Morse Township. Arrangements by Carroll Funeral Home, Deer River.
Delburt M. Manee, 90, Remer, died Wednesday, April 15, 1998, at his home at Island Lake. He was born July 8, 1907, in Windom where he grew up and attended school. Following his graduation, he made his living as a farmer. He served in the National Guard for eight years. He married Helen Ward on Dec. 16, 1933, in Spirit Lake, Iowa. They made their first home in Windom where they farmed and lived for seven years. He later moved to Granite Falls, where he farmed and also was a cabinet maker. He served on the school board at Granite Falls, School District No. 26, and the building committee at the First Baptist Church in Granite Falls. Following his retirement, he moved to Island Lake near Remer where he owned a sawmill. He was a township supervisor for Trelipe Township for seven years and was a member of the Remer Alliance Church in Remer. He is survived by his wife, Helen; four daughters, Faye Ohliger, Fridley, Shirley Johnson, Beardsley, Judy Goddard, Apache Junction, Ariz., and Joyce Kalkes, Cologne; three sons, Jimmie Manee, Jacobson, Billy Manee, Ola, Idaho, and Lon Manee, Granite Falls; four sisters, Mae Bilsland, Des Moines, Iowa, and Lucille Sammons, Vinnie Houde and Joyce Lyle, all of Windom; 29 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, Alonzo and Mayme (Woodley) Manee, five sisters, Gen, Fae, Belle, Lillian and Wanda, and four grandchildren. Funeral: Monday, April 20, at 1 p.m. at Remer Alliance Church, Remer, with the Rev. Albert Pearson and Richard Dugan officiating. Visitation is Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. at Rowe Funeral Home, Remer Chapel, Remer. Burial: Fairview Cemetery, Remer. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Remer.
Helen M. Nelson, 89, Grand Rapids, died Tuesday, April 14, 1998, at Itasca Medical Center. She was born Jan. 17, 1909, in Cohasset and grew up and attended school in Deer River and Hibbing, graduating from Hibbing High School in 1928. She then attended Superior State Teacher's College in Wisconsin. She taught school in Poplar, Wis., for eight years and then in Waupun, Wis., and later in Aurora Hoyt Lakes, retiring in the late 1960s. She returned to the Grand Rapids area in 1972 where she was a volunteer at the Itasca Nursing Home, the YMCA and the Convalescent Nursing Care Unit at Itasca Medical Center. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, the American Legion Auxiliary Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary and the Garden Club, all of Grand Rapids. She is survived by a brother, Howard Bymark, California, a niece, Sharon Bellefy, Grand Rapids, and a special friend, Jan Gunderson, Grand Rapids. Preceding her in death were her parents, Howard and Mary (Hirtrieter) Johnston, her husband, Arthur, in 1978, two sisters, Lorrayne Bymark and Eleanor Johnston, and two brothers, Buster and Raymond Johnston. Funeral: Friday, April 17, at 11 a.m. at Rowe Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Radaich officiating. Burial: Wildwood Cemetery, Cohasset. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Marion Redding Seagren, 91, Grand Rapids, died Thursday, April 16, 1998, at Itasca Medical Center. She was born July 5, 1906, in Lamberton, Minn., the daughter of Minnie and Nelson Redding. She was a graduate of Rockford College Class of 1928. She married C.A. "Andy" Seagren on Oct. 6, 1937, in Minneapolis. The couple were part owners of Redding's Cafe in Grand Rapids. They purchased Pokegama Lodge Resort in 1944 and owned and operated it until 1968. She worked for Industrial Lubricant in Grand Rapids for 25 years, retiring in 1981. She was a 50 year member of Eastern Star and had been a Gold Star Mother since 1968. She is survived by two sons, Leonard Anders Seagren, New Castle, N.H., and Alan Nelson Seagren, Grand Rapids; a sister, Lorraine Monson, Moorhead; a brother, Maynard Redding, Grand Rapids; and two grandchildren, Andra and Carl Seagren, both of Grand Rapids. Preceding her in death were her son, Carl Frederick Seagren in March 1967 and her husband, Andy, in March of 1976. Memorial service: Sunday, April 19, at 2:30 p.m. at Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids. Visitation is Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial: private family burial on Monday. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Herbert M. "Spike" Shumaker, 69, Cohasset, died Friday, April 17, 1998, at Itasca Nursing Home, Grand Rapids. He was born and raised in Nashwauk and graduated from the North Central Experimental Station in Grand Rapids. He then served in the U.S. Army in the Korean War. He was a longtime Cohasset resident where he worked for 14 years for Rajala Construction Company as a heavy equipment operator. He also sold for the Fuller Brush Company for 43 years. He was a member of the Local 49ers, was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Grand Rapids and was active in Cohasset government. He is survived by a daughter, Debra Schmidt, Pequot Lakes; two sons, Alton, Sturgis, S.D., and Rod, Grand Rapids; his mother, Sylvia, Lincoln, Neb.; a sister, Shirley Olson, Lincoln, Neb.; a brother, Raymond, Hastings; and four grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his wife, Dorothy, in 1996, and his father, Venard Shumaker. Funeral: Tuesday, April 21, at 1 p.m. at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, with the Rev. David C. Cloeter officiating. Visitation is Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. at Rowe Funeral Home. Burial: Wildwood Cemetery, Cohasset. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Oscar Daniel Snyder, 87, Bigfork, died Monday, April 13, 1998, in Bigfork. He was born Dec. 13, 1910, in Colfax, Iowa. He operated a shoe repair shop in Bigfork before moving to Phoenix, Ariz. He returned to Bigfork in 1979 where he did leather work making moccasins and vests. He married Lorraine Peterson Stockwell Aug. 14, 1948, at the Methodist Church in Deer River. He is survived by his first wife, Anne Aebli; two daughters, Elizabeth Wolbert, LaPorte, Ind., and Carolyn Warren, Coal Valley, Ill.; a son, Gordon Snyder, Grand Rapids; his wife, Lorraine; two sons, David Snyder, Fresno, Calif., and John Snyder, Tucson, Ariz.; a daughter, Deanna Trice, Phoenix, Ariz.; three stepchildren, Darlene Kinde, Window Rock, Ariz., Jewell Stockwell, Redding, Calif., and Charles Stockwell, Las Vegas, Nev.; 19 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were two brothers, two sisters, a grandson and his parents, L.D. and Alta Snyder. Funeral: Thursday, April 16, at 2 p.m. at Carroll Funeral Home, Bigfork, with the Rev. Dan Adams officiating. Burial: Bigfork Cemetery. Arrangements by Carroll Funeral Home, Bigfork.
Herbert Beer, 84, Grand Rapids, died Tuesday, April 21, 1998, at Itasca Medical Center. He was born Marcy 25, 1914, in Davenport, Iowa, the son of Joseph and Mary Beer. He moved with his family to Grand Rapids as a young child and attended Blackberry School. He married Lillian Bass Oct. 14, 1936, in Grand Rapids. He was a Army veteran. He dairy farmed in Blackberry Township for many years, worked in the mines, drove truck several years, drove school bus for School District 318 for 18 years and cut and sold firewood. He was caretaker for Hazelwood Cemetery in Blackberry for many years, served on the Blackberry Township Board and on the Soil and Water Conservation Board for many years. He is survived by his wife, Grace; a daughter, Marilyn Rasmussen, St. Paul; three sons, Donald, Douglasville, Ga., and Marvin and Edward, both of Grand Rapids; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral: Monday, April 27, at 2 p.m. at Salem Lutheran Brethren Church, Grand Rapids. Visitation is 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Libbey Funeral Home. Burial: Hazelwood Cemetery, Blackberry. Arrangements by Libbey Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Willis J. "Bud" Karppi, 52, Grand Rapids, died Wednesday, April 22, 1998, at St. Mary's Medical Center, Duluth. He was born Dec. 11, 1945, in Grand Rapids, the son of Arthur W. and Ella J. (Paul) Karppi. He was a lifelong resident of the Coleraine and Grand Rapids areas, a 1963 graduate of Greenway High School, a member of the Ponti-Peterson Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1720 of Grand Rapids, worked for the Blandin Paper Company for 28 years and was a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by his mother, Ella Karppi, Bovey; two stepchildren, Machelle R. Webb, Nashwauk, and Clinton E. Brown, Grand Rapids; a brother, Bill Karppi, Coleraine; a sister, Vicki Granby, Champlain; and five stepgrandchildren, Dean and Brett Webb, Clinton III and Matthew J. Brown, and Shanna Pistelli. Preceding him in death were his father, on April 6, 1989, and a stepson, Matthew Brown. Memorial services: Friday, April 24, at 2 p.m. at Peterson Funeral Chapel, Coleraine, with the Rev. Tim Prince officiating. Burial: Lakeview Cemetery, Coleraine. Arrangements by Peterson Funeral Chapel, Coleraine.
Bennie Allen Hawkinson, 44, Grand Rapids, died Thursday, April 23, 1998, at Itasca Medical Center. He was born in Litchfield and grew up and attended schools in Grand Rapids graduating from Grand Rapids High School in 1972. He worked many years for the Community Work and Development Corporation (CWDC) in Grand Rapids. He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene. He is survived by two sisters, Carmille Schultz, Cosmos, and Pat Benham, Grand Rapids; two brothers, Richard Hawkinson, Cohasset, and Gale Hawkinson, St. Paul; and special friends, Walt and Lorine Ruff, Colorado Springs, Colo. Preceding him in death were his parents, Clarence and Florence Hawkinson, and a brother, James Hawkinson, in 1997. Funeral: Sunday, April 26, at 2:30 p.m. at Rowe Funeral Home with the Rev. James Spaid officiating. Burial: Itasca-Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
The Rev. Fr. Frank Melovasich, 72, associate pastor of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Lakeside, Duluth, died Saturday, April 4, 1998, in his home. He was born Aug. 14, 1925, in Ely, the son of Frank and Mary Pluth Melovasich Jr. He was a graduate of Ely High School and attended Nazareth Hall from 1939 until 1945 and St. Paul Seminary. He was ordained June 3, 1950, at the former Sacred Heart Cathedral in Duluth. He served at the St. John's and St. James' Orphanage from July of 1950 until October of 1957 and St. John's Catholic Church in Biwabik from October of 1957 until June of 1963. He was the first pastor at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Brainerd from June of 1963 until July of 1966 and was at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Duluth from July of 1966 until July of 1977. From September of 1977 until December of 1977, he was on sabbatical in Rome at North American College. From December of 1977 until June of 1990, when he retired from administration, he was at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Grand Rapids. He became assistant pastor at St Michael's in Duluth and served until his death. He became chaplain of the Serra Club of Duluth in 1990. He was very active in the Diocese of Duluth, having served three times on the Priest Senate, on the Continuing Education Committee, two terms on the Personnel Board, director of Teams of Our Lady Group, and had directed the Priest's Choir. He had served the Duluth Diocese for 48 years. He is survived by an aunt and uncle, Ev and Stan Loushin of Two Harbors, and many cousins. Memorials are preferred to St. Michael's School, Duluth, St. Joseph's School, Grand Rapids, or the College of St. Scholastica. Funeral: Wednesday, April 8, at 11 a..m. at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary. Burial: Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements by Dougherty Funeral Home, Duluth.
LeRoy Lauri Osterberg, 81, died Wednesday, April 15, 1998, at the Eastern Montana Veterans Home, Glendive, Mont., of natural causes. He was born on Feb. 5, 1917, in Crystal Falls, Mich., the son of Laurie Andreas and Hilja (Ronquist) Osterberg. He was raised and educated in Crystal Falls, graduating from Crystal Falls High School in 1935. He worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps in Michigan and for the Federal Bureau of Engraving in Washington, D.C. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1941 where he was a gunnery instructor. He served in the European Theatre of World War II as a squad leader of an armored cavalry unit with the rank of sergeant. After his discharge he attended Northern Michigan College at Marquette where he earned a bachelor of science degree with honors in education. He then attended Colorado State College of Education at Greeley where he earned a master of arts degree. He returned to Michigan and taught at Newberry High School from 1951 to 1957. He married Wanda Robinson on July 5, 1952, in Engadine, Mich. In 1957 they moved to Coleraine where he taught at Itasca Junior College and Greenway High School until 1966. The family then moved to Havre, Mont., where Osterberg accepted the position of associate professor of drafting technology. He retired from teaching in June 1983. He is survived by his wife Wanda, of Havre; a daughter, Laura Lee Mrnak, Grand Rapids; a son Kevin LeRoy, Havre; four grandsons, Ryan Laverdure, Scott Froehlich, Jeremy Froehlich, and Derik Froehlich, and two great-grandchildren, Devon and Breanna Froehlich. Preceding him in death were his parents and one son, Erik Loren, in 1989. Memorials have been established.
Gerald "Gary" B. Metzger, 91, Leisure Hills Health Care Center, Grand Rapids, and a former longtime resident of Wenona, Ill., died Wednesday, April 22, 1998, at Leisure Hills. He was born and raised in Wenona, Ill., where he owned and operated the Wenona Greenhouse until his retirement in 1954. He married Evadell Holstrom on June 22, 1929. He had been a resident of Leisure Hills for the past several years. He is survived by his wife, Evadell; and a brother Ed, Sweethome, Ore. Services will be held at a later date in Wenona, Ill. Arrangements by Rowe Funeral Home, Grand Rapids.
Ethel E. Ranger, 86, rural Grand Rapids, died Thursday, April 23, 1998, at Itasca Medical Center. She was born Aug. 27, 1911, in South Haven, the daughter of Alvin and Nellie (Anderson) Wadman. She grew up and attended schools in Sand Lake and Dassel areas and had been a resident of the Midway area of Grand Rapids since 1952. She married Alda Ranger on Feb. 16, 1952, in Grand Rapids. She was a homemaker and had worked at the Blandin Paper Company for over 10 years. She was a member of the Mt. Olive Lutheran Church of Bovey and its circles, a volunteer at Leisure Hills Health Care Center and Itasca Nursing Home, volunteered for the Salvation Army and had been a member of the Extension Club and the Welfare Club. She is survived by her children, Duane Ranger, Midway, Harlan Girtz, Pearson, Wis., Rosemary King, St. Paul, Katherine Viereck, Miltona, Beverly Holm, Howard Lake, and Pat Klundt, Bismarck, N.D.; a sister, Florence Mattson, Inver Grove Heights; 16 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, Alda, a daughter, Frances, two grandchildren, Ronald Schmidt and Josephine Anderson, two brothers, Henry and Clarence Wadman and a sister, Mae Wadman. Funeral: Monday, April 27, at 1 p.m. at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Bovey, with the Rev. Tim Prince officiating. Visitation is Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Peterson Funeral Chapel, Coleraine. Burial: Itasca-Calvary Cemetery, Grand Rapids. Arrangements by Peterson Funeral Chapel, Coleraine.
Bernard T. Retka, 89, Le Sueur, formerly of the St. Thomas area, died Saturday, April 11, 1998, at the Minnesota Valley Health Center, Le Sueur. He was born Aug. 20, 1908, in Derrynane Township, Le Sueur County, the son of Valentine and Katherine (Meger) Retka and graduated from New Prague High School in 1925. He was employed with Fischer Body Works in Flint, Mich., for several years prior to returning to farm in Derrynane Township. He married Florence Peterson in Flint on Sept. 8, 1928. She died in 1977. He married Irene Rasmussen in Nebraska in 1978. He was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church in St. Thomas where he was a former trustee. He was a former clerk for Derrynane Township and a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Farmers Union. For the past year and a half, he had been a resident of the Gardenview Nursing Home. He is survived by his wife, Irene; three daughters, Patricia Retka, St. Paul, Louise Retka, San Jose, Calif., and Susanne Schill, Langdon, N.D.; five sons, James Retka, Seattle, Wash., Jerome Retka and Orrin Retka, both of Le Sueur, Eugene Retka, Courtland, and Daniel Retka, Grand Rapids; a sister, Ann Rich, Oakland, Calif.; 28 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his first wife, two daughters, Mary Jane Schroeder and Rose Frances Retka, five brothers and three sisters. Funeral: Wednesday, April 15, at 10 a.m. at St. Thomas Catholic Church with the Rev. Richard Roedel officiating. Burial: parish cemetery. Arrangements by Kolden Funeral Home, Le Sueur.
A. Lillian Ozbun, 86, of St. Cloud, formerly of Grand Rapids, died Thursday, April 23, 1998, at the St. Cloud Hospital. She was born Nov. 21, 1911, in Meteor, Wis., the daughter of Patrick and Catherine (Drost) McGlade. She married J. Ward Ozbun on Feb. 28, 1938, in Remer and lived in the Grand Rapids area most of her married life. She had been a resident of St. Cloud for the past 12 years. She was a member of St. Paul's Catholic Church, Third Order of Mt. Carmel, Grand Rapids Chapter and was a Eucharistic minister for St. Paul's Church and Benedict Village. She is survived by two sons, John, Blue Earth, and Thomas, St. Cloud; six daughters, Catherine Svec, Brookfield, Ill., Judy, Fargo, N.D., Mary Baker, Westminister, Colo., Treva Leupold, Brookfield, Wis., Patricia Botzek, Willmar, and Cynthia Nelson, Neenah, Wis.; and 14 grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her husband, in 1976, and a brother, Robert McGlade in 1987. Memorials are preferred to Woman House or Benedict Village in St. Cloud or to St. Joseph's School in Grand Rapids. Funeral: Monday, April 27, at 10 a.m. at St. Paul's Catholic Church, St. Cloud, with her son the Rev. John Ozbun officiating. Visitation is Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. with parish prayers at 7:30 at Daniel Funeral Home, St. Cloud. Burial: Itasca-Calvary Cemetery, Grand Rapids, on Monday at 3:30 p.m. Arrangements by Daniel Funeral Home, St. Cloud.