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Obituaries.(NEWS) - Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN)

Schuller Gerry W. Schuller, age 62, of Minneapolis, passed away November 12, 2003 at the Red Wing Health Care Center. He was preceded in death by his mother, Marion Schuller on July 16, 2003 and father, Bernard Schuller. Survived by wife, Judy, of 31 years; brother, Raymond (Janice) Schuller, and sister, Karen (Jack) Gillespie; many nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins and friends. Also, cats Foxy and Suzy and dogs, Abby and Boo Coo. He retired from Augsburg Publishing in 1993. In 1994, Gerry suffered a coronary and thanks to a good Samaritan who found him collapsed on the street and administered CPR, Gerry recovered and became a resident at the Red Wing Health Care Center where he had many marvelous caregivers. Thanks to his many doctors, nurses, massage therapist, MN Ombudsman Program representative and many friends who provided support, care and a good quality of life. We'll miss you Ger but you're finally home! A memorial service will be held at 2 PM Sunday, Nov. 30, visitation 1:30 PM at the Cremation Soicety of MN, 7110 France Ave S., Edina, 952-924-4100. Memorials preferred to the Red Wing Health Care Center, Recreation Program; the Animal Humane Society or to the donor's choice.

Hapke Amelia Y. Hapke, age 88, passed away peacefully at her daughter's home in Austin, Texas on Nov. 4, 2003. She retired as Executive Vice President of the Hillsborough County Medical Association in 1980. She was born on April 1, 1915 in Wallingford, Conn. to Lithuanian immigrant parents, Veronica and William Yokim. She had a life-long thirst for knowledge, love of art, and love of music, especially opera. Her love of travel took her to Great Britain, Europe and the Orient. She was one of the first American tourists to visit China. A Unitarian, she strongly supported liberal causes. She was preceded in death by her brother, Vincent Yokim. She is survived by her daughters, Amelia Greene and husband Alex of Austin, TX; Rodelia Tooley and partner Ann Cole of Albuquerque, NM; Karla Tartaglia of Culver City, CA; 3 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Mother, we will remember you for your kind heart, feisty spirit, extreme generosity, and wry sense of humor. We love you and you will always be in our hearts. Contributions may be made to the Macula Vision Research Foundation, Five Tower Bridge, 300 Barr Harbor Drive, Suite 600, West Conshohocken, PA 19428.

Black Richard L. Black, 'Rick,' age 58, of Hawthorn Woods, IL, formerly of Orono, MN, died on Nov. 8, 2003. Rick was born on March 16, 1945, in Toledo, OH to Roy and Lucile (Armstrong) Black. He lived most of his youth in MN, graduating from Minnetonka H.S. in 1963, a member of 'the Clique.' He graduated from Harvard University, received his MBA from Stanford, and served as an officer in the U.S. Navy. In 1975, he married Cathy (Francis) Black. Rick worked in the direct marketing industry for 28 years, most recently as president of Prefer Network. Rick was a life-long learner who was interested in everything from sports to theater, history, art, and music. Survived by his parents in Palm Harbor, FL; wife, Cathy of Hawthorn Woods; daughter, Erica Black of Hawthorn Woods and UW-Madison; brother Curtis of Windermere, FL. Memorial Service Saturday, Dec. 27 at 10 am at Washburn- McReavy Mortuary, Edina Chapel, 952-920-3996. Memorials may be made to The Kidney Cancer Association, 1234 Sherman Ave., Suite 203, Evanston, IL 60202.

Knight Adeline C. Knight, age 89, longtime res. of South St. Paul, died Nov. 17, 2003. Survived by children, Kathe (Doug) Drake and Jeanne; granddaughters, Julia and Heather Drake; nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by husband, Thomas C. Knight. Grad of U of M 1963, taught 3rd grade at Inver Hills School in Inver Grove Heights until retirement in 1980. Long-time member AAUW and PEO. Memorial service Monday, Nov. 24, 2 PM, First Presbyterian Church, 535 20th Ave. North, South St. Paul. Memorials preferred to Alzheimer's Association or First Presbyterian Church. WERNESS BROTHERS 612-927-8641 dignitymemorial.com

Swedeen (nee Clough) Virginia L., age 93, of Mpls., formerly of Thousand Palms, CA, passed away on Nov. 18, 2003. Preceded in death by husband, Harley; grandsons, Jamie and Adam Swedeen. Survived by children, Donald (Patty), Lois (Richard) Gibbs, Raymond (Lorraine), Wilfred (Marlene), Kenneth (Marjorie), Virginia (Gilmore) Sem and Herbert (Beverly); 19 grandchildren; many great and great-great grandchildren; and sister, Sylvia Anderson of Riverside, CA. Funeral service 2 PM Wednesday at Washburn-McReavy Northeast Chapel, with visitation 1 hour prior. Interment Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral, CA. Memorials preferred to Lyngblomsten Care Center. Washburn-McReavy Northeast Chapel 29th & Johnson St. NE 612-781-6828

Plante David A., age 51, of Edina. Survived by spouse, Suzanne DeLaPointe; parents, Edward and Marjorie Plante; sisters, Mary 'Bunny' Rupert and Linda Tilden; brother, Stephen Plante; numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends. Memorials preferred to Courage Center and Pax Christi Catholic Community. We loved him very much. Private services have been held. Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel 952-920-3996

Lovegren Kenneth M., age 85, passed away in Sacramento, CA, on Nov. 15, 2003. Loving husband of the late Virginia for 30 years. Dearest mother of John of Citrus Height, CA, Daniel of Elk Grove, CA, and the late David Lovegren. Native of St. Paul, MN. Member of I.B.E.W. Local #292. No services. Final interment East Lawn Sierra Hills Cem., Sacramento, CA.

Olsen Donald Olsen of Browerville, MN and Rockport, TX, passed away Sunday, November 16, at the family's home in Rockport, TX. Born August 7, 1931 in Minneapolis, he graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1949. He attended the University of Minnesota, from which he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1957 and a Master of Arts degree in Library Science in 1964. He was in the U.S. Army from 1950-1951. He worked at the University of Minnesota-Morris (1964-1965), Stout State University in Menomonie, WI (1965-1969), and Southwest State University in Marshall, MN (1969-1989), where he was Professor Emeritus. An avid golfer, Don played on the University of Minnesota golf team from 1955 to 1957 and won golf tournaments during five decades of his life. He established and operated OxHead Press from 1966-2000, a fine letterpress printing and design press that published poetry, miniature books, hand-made pamphlets, leaf prints, and other materials, which are collected in libraries throughout the U.S. and the world. 'A Butterfly Sleeps on the Temple Bell,' his book about OxHead Press, will be published in 2004. Once introduced as the funniest man in Minnesota, Don loved peace and justice, the Earth and all of its creatures, the blues and harmonica in the key of C, and the joys and frustrations of a round of golf. He was loved and will be missed by friends from childhood onward. Don was preceded in death by his son, Jonathan Daniel Olsen, and his sister, Greta. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Miriam Olsen, three sons, Eric Olsen (Rachel Jacobson) of Washington, D.C., Fred Olsen of Minneapolis, MN, and Sten Olsen (Nete Leth) of Seattle, WA; one daughter, Kristen Olsen, of St. Paul, MN, and one brother, Harold (Shirley) Olsen, of Minneapolis, MN. A celebration of his life was held Tuesday, November 18 in Rockport, TX. Memorial services will be held in the spring of 2004 in Minnesota. Memorial donations may be made to AIM Hospice, P.O. Box 2300, Rockport, TX 78381.

Rice Cloette G. 'Clo' (nee Crown), age 80, died Nov. 19, 2003. Preceded in death by husband, Jack. Survived by nephews, Dan and Bruce Herrmann & their families. A celebration of her life will be held 11 AM Sat., Dec. 6, Ebenezer Ridges Nursing Home Chapel, 13820 Community Dr., Burnsville. Cremation Society of MN Mpls 612-825-2435

Hogan Carlton H. Hogan, age 42, of Mpls., died at home on Nov. 18, 2003 after a long fight with AIDS. Preceded in death by his father, Charles Hogan. Survived by his mother, Nina Hogan; brother, Matthew Hogan; sister, Noelle Gray; and nephews, Ethan and Peter Hogan. He will be remembered by many for his warmth, intelligence, wicked sense of humor, ability to raise heck when he saw injustice and his passion for his work on AIDS clinical drug trials. Memorial service in January TBA. FFI email: rememberingcarlton @yahoo.com. Memorials preferred to Access Works Harm Reduction Services.

Wegner Lore, age 36, of New Brighton, formerly of Coon Rapids. Survived by husband, Karl; daughter, Jessica; son, Robert; daughter, Rachel; father, Curtis Clark and mother, Lorraine Clark; sister, Lynn Bergman; and brothers, Lee and Robert Clark. Memorial service Monday 11:00 AM at Peace Lutheran Church, 109th & University Ave. NE Extension, Coon Rapids. Visitation one hour prior to service at church. Washburn-McReavy Northeast Chapel 612-781-6828

Taylor Julie Taylor, age 50, passed away Nov. 3, 2003 in Petaluma, CA due to complications related to extreme environmental illness and osteomyelitis of the jaw. She was born in Minneapolis and graduated from Washburn High School. She received B.A. and M.A. degrees in Psychology and Counseling from the University of Montana at Missoula. In Denver, she worked as a counselor with high-risk youth and as a mediation counselor with families of divorce at Children's Hospital. She later studied art and Jungian Psychology, and was preparing to work as an art therapist when she developed multiple chemical sensitivities. She is survived by parents, Richard & Dorothy of Bloomington; brothers, John and Jim; an uncle, and many aunts & cousins. Memorials may be directed to Mt. Olivet Cathedral of the Pines Camp at 5025 Knox Ave S., Mpls, MN 55419, or charity of donor's choice. For more information regarding Julie and plans for a gathering of friends & family in 2004 to honor her, contact her parents at 952-943-0130.

Kennedy Thomas Doss, age 63, of Shakopee. Employed at Mystic Lake Casino. Preceded in death by mother, Lorraine Kennedy; stepmother, Dorothy Kennedy and sister, Marilyn Neslie. Survived by wife, Rachel; daughters Velvet Kennedy, Roxanne (Jim) Bass, Kristine (Scott) Boggis; stepchildren, Mike (Margaret) Fier, Kim Fier and Jon Fier; grandchildren, Aaron, Zachary, Alex, Logan, Brandon, Lora, Nicholas & Anna; father, Willie B. Kennedy; sisters, Lathelle (Clarence) Lance, Rosemary (Barry) Chapin and Judy (Floyd) Hader; nephews, Bill and Alan Lance & their families; mother-in-law, Hilda Anderson. Memorial service Saturday, Dec. 13, 1 PM, St. John LaLand Catholic Church, Blue Springs, MO. Private interment. Memorials preferred in lieu of flowers to Crazy Horse Memorial, Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD 57730, or Rapid City Regional Hospital, ICU/Cardiac Unit, PO Box 6000, Rapid City, SD 57709, Attn: Thomas Kennedy Memorial. 'When you are sorrowful, look again into your heart and you shall see that in truth, you are weeping for that which has been your delight.' - K. Gibran Washburn-McReavy 952-920-3996

Stamschror John A. Stamschror, age 82. Beloved father, grandfather, great- grandfather, brother, and friend, found peace and eternal life on November 16, 2003 after a courageous battle against lung cancer and congestive heart failure. Preceded in death by wife, Vivian. Survived by 5 children & their spouses, 24 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, many other relatives & friends. John proudly served his country in the South Pacific during WW II. His quick wit and sense of humor will be missed by all. His spirit lives on in the hearts of those who knew him. John requested no public service be held. Tributes may be made to North Memorial Hospice or donor's choice. Cremation Society of MN 612-825-2435

Johnson Peter William Johnson, age 55, of Soldotna, Alaska, formerly of Mpls, died suddenly in his sleep on Thursday, November 13th, 2003. Survived by his significant other, Cindy Finwall, his daughter, Meghan Frehse (Michael); sisters; Beth Johnson, Mary Muwahid; nieces, nephews; Fallie, Bo, Tariq, Amirah Muwahid; Cindy's children: Andrew Pfeiffer, Tara Ruffner (Robert); aunts, uncle, Martha N. Cunningham, Sr. Roque Cunningham, O.P., Joseph P. Cunningham; many cousins and friends. Peter touched the lives of many children with special needs, both in the Mpls. Public School District, and most recently in the Kenai, Peninsula School District in Alaska. He enjoyed photography, creative writing and biking. To honor Pete's request of an Irish Wake, family and friends are invited to come share in the celebration of Peter's life at O'Donovan's Irish Pub, 700 First Ave N. Mpls. on Tues. Nov. 25th after 6pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. For information call 763-783-9808.

Chapin Frances Fleming Chapin died Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2003, at Birchwood Health Care Center, Forest Lake MN, of pneumonia. She was in the 95th year of her life. In accordance with her requests, there will be no formal memorial service, the body has been cremated, and at a later date her family will conduct a private memorial and interment in Louisiana near her childhood home. Mrs. Chapin was born in St. Paul on October 17, 1909. She lived in Louisiana as a child, then in St. Paul. She graduated from The Summit School in 1924, from Radcliffe College in 1930, and earned a Master's degree from the University of Minnesota in 1961. In 1933 she married Walter Chapin Jr. They were married for nearly 60 years, until Walter's death in 1992. The couple resided in St. Paul until 1961, in Chicago until 1973, in Silver Spring MD until 1990, then in Stillwater MN, where Mrs. Chapin lived independently until June 2003. Their summers were spent at their cabin on Perch Lake, in Wisconsin just east of Stillwater. Mrs. Chapin was an avid reader, a close follower of American politics, an artist, a lover of nature and travel, and, at various times during her life, a teacher. She is survived by her children Walter Chapin III (Beth) of Cambridge MA, George Chapin (Karen) of Wyoming MN, and Deborah Chapin of San Diego; by three half-sisters, Avis (Paul) Hodge of Unison VA, Valerie Turgeon of New Orleans, and Priscilla Vayda of Los Angeles; by a half-brother, Meigs Frost Fleming (Patricia) of Lafitte LA; by her grandchildren Johanna Chapin (Steven Heckler) of Atlanta, Sarah Chapin (and her companion Michael Radz) of Providence RI, Moira Chapin of Los Angeles, Stephen Chapin (Michele) of St. James MN, Joel Chapin of Wyoming MN, and Samantha Wilkinson (Douglas Flomer) and Caleb Wilkinson, both of Texas; and by her great-grandchildren, Danielle and Tyler Chapin, Stephen Chapin's children. She is also survived by her close friend and caregiver, Mary Pointer (Bill), and other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, a brother, and two sisters.

Jardine William T. 'Bill' Jardine, 86, died Nov. 19, 2003 at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina due to complications from Parkinson's Disease. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Eileen. Also survived by three daughters and two sons, Jill Jardine Harder (Jim), Cross Lake, MN & Rio Verde, AZ; Judy Jardine Stucki (Frank), Minnetonka; Mary Jardine Mueller (Tim), Plymouth; John Jardine, Minneapolis; and Jeffrey Jardine (DeVonne), West Des Moines, Iowa; and two brothers, Donald M. Jardine (Marian), Lilydale, MN; and Thomas D. Jardine, Edina. Surviving grandchildren include, Matthew Swenson (Lea), West Bend, Wis.; Molly Cox (John), Minneapolis; Michael Stucki, Minnetonka, MN; Melissa Stucki Stevens (Ben), New York City; Jessica &Christina Mueller, Plymouth; Timothy and Amber Jardine, West Des Moines, Iowa; great-granddaughter, Olivia Swenson. Jardine had been in the Circulation Department of the Minneapolis Star Tribune for 44 years, retiring in 1982 as the Department's Manager. He was born in Superior, Wis., in 1917, the son of the late Thomas F. & Helen M. Jardine. The family moved to St. Paul in the early Twenties and then, a few years later, to Mpls Jardine's father was in the life insurance business. Bill Jardine attended elementary schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis before entering De La Salle High School in Minneapolis in 1932 where he starred in basketball on the school's 1935 and 1936 teams. He was also named All State during those years. The late Halsey Hall, well-known broadcaster and sports writer for the Minneapolis Star and Minneapolis Journal, called Jardine 'one of the best basketball players in the state. At only 5 foot 10 inches he could leap over others and touch the basketball hoop rim - not common in those days,' recalled Hall. Not only did De La Salle win the state Catholic title in 1935 and 1936 but went on to the nationals in both those years. Hall used to referee basketball games at De La Salle's school gym so he captured a good perspective of Jardine's playing abilities. Under the coaching leadership and guidance of the late George Roberts, De La Salle produced some of the top basketball teams in Minnesota in th Thirties and still does to this day. He also played halfback for De La Salle and briefly freshman football under Bernie Bierman at the University of Minnesota before leaving school and joining the Minneapolis Star's circulation department in 1938. He also was a catcher for the American Legion ball teams in those days playing most of the games at Pershing Field in south Minneapolis. Jardine's first love was his family but his job in the circulation department of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune came a close second. During his 44 years in the circulation department, he eventually had supervision over 15,000 newspaper boy and girl carriers and 1200 adult farm service drivers who delivered newspapers to the farms of the Upper Midwest. At the time, it was the largest daily newspaper carrier distribution force in the world and it included Minnesota, North and South Dakota and western Wisconsin referred collectively as the Upper Midwest. In 1943, during the height of World War II, Jardine enlisted in the U.S. Army. He received his basic training in Texas before being selected for Officer's Training at Fort Benning, GA. He graduated as a Second Lieutenant in the Infantry and was immediately sent overseas to prepare with thousands of others for the invasion of Europe. He joined General George Patton's Third Army as it raced across France toward Germany. He was promoted to 1st Lieutenant in 1944 during this campaign. Jardine distinguished himself in battle near Nancy, France in fierce fighting between the Allies and the Germans where he was awarded the Silver and Bronze Star, the Combat Infantry Badge and one of Frances's highest military honors, the Croix de Guerre for valor under fire from the enemy. He also was awarded the Purple Heart, American theater, the Defense and the European-African Middle East and World War II Victory medals plus five major battle stars and two clusters.

Jardine (Cont.) During this period, he also earned a battle field promotion to Captain. He participated in the battles for northern and southern France, Normandy, Ardennes, Rhineland and central Europe under Generals Patton and Simpson. After the surrender of Germany, Jardine returned to the states via the famous liner Queen Mary which had been made into a troopship. He was greeted when the ship docked in New York City's harbor by his older brother, Donald. Donald was stationed in New York City with the FBI. The elder Jardine easily boarded the troopship loaded with thousands of GIs and found his brother aboard before the troops were let go ashore. In 1946, he rejoined the Star Tribune Newspaper and began his meteoric rise in the circulation business not only with the Minneapolis newspapers but as one of the best known circulation executives in North America and Europe. He was named to the newspaper circulation industry's top post in 1981 by his peers as President, International Circulation Managers Association (ICMA). The ceremony took place at the Hilton Hotel in New York City. His entire family flew to New York City to see him inducted. ICMA represented the top circulation executives from nearly every major daily newspaper in North America, Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, South America and Japan with a combined circulation of over 100 million subscribers. During his time in the newspaper circulation business, he received more than 26 awards for outstanding contributions to the newspaper industry. As circulation manager for the Star and Tribune, his name became a household word in the Upper Midwest with families who had youngsters who delivered newspapers during his 44 years with the newspaper. Hundreds of promotional letters signed by Jardine to these carriers were read by the entire household (and in schools) where the young boy and girl lived. His name recognition became even more apparent when Jardine and his colleagues launched the Ski-O-Rama and Water Safety program in the Upper Midwest. Its purpose was to teach boys and girls to water ski and learn the rudiments of water safety. Even though Minnesota has 10,000 lakes-plus, newspaper circulation executives discovered that many of these young carriers and their friends had never learned to water ski. Ski-O-Rama, launched in the Sixties, filled young boy's and girls's dream as water skiing's popularity was just breaking on the national scene. Thousands of carrier boys and girls and their friends earned the right to participate by selling so many subscriptions to the Minneapolis Star and Minneapolis Tribune. Thousands of young people throughout the Upper Midwest learned to water ski in this program. Programs and promotions like this helped Jardine and his circulation colleagues boost the total circulation of the Star and Tribune to over 700,000 on Sunday and to over 500,000 during the week -- making it, at the time, the 10th largest newspaper in the nation. When Jardine joined the old Minneapolis Star in 1938, its circulation was about 50,000. Besides building a carrier force of over 15,000, he was a leader in building prestige in delivering newspapers as young person's first job and the start of the road to success for young people. He was instrumental in helping build the PRESS Club -- which stands for Paper Route Experience Spells Success. It is a large club made up of thousands of people around the world from every walk of life who once delivered newspapers for any newspaper. While there are no dues or meetings, each member receives a PRESS Club card which pointed out the importance and prestige of receiving early business training when you were a young boy or girl by delivering newspapers. Jardine delivered the old Minneapolis Star in 1927 in south Minneapolis, including an area now known as Southdale. One of his most colorful personal efforts was his role as a professional clown. He and hundreds of Minneapolis area businessmen and women formed a clown club called the 'Aqua Jesters.' A national magazine covered their efforts in an article entitled 'Clowns After Dark.' Initially sponsored by the Star Tribune, the clowns were among the highlights of the still-held annual Minneapolis Summer Festival called the 'Minneapolis Aquatennial.'

Renwick John 'Jack' Renwick, age 76, of Edina. Survived by his wife of 44 years, Sue, and childen, Foster, Margaret (Paul), Mary, Lisa (Ron), John, Sarah (Chris) and brother, Foster. A DeLaSalle graduate, Jack spent over 30 years in retail. Since the early `80s he has worked in the computer industry and was the owner of Rainbow Computer Technology in Edina. This blue-eyed, avid sportsman, adventurer, and storyteller will be missed by many. A Memorial Mass will be held at Our Lady of Grace in Edina on Wed., Nov. 26, at 12 noon with visitation starting at 10:30. Memorials prefered to Habitat for Humanity or donor's choice

Jardine (Cont.) Jardine appeared every year in the Festival's annual parades for 25 consecutive years. The Aqua Jesters still march in this annual parade. Jardine also made audio training tapes for use by other newspaper circulation executives designed to teach young men and women the importance of delivering newspaper as a form of early business training -- namely to GET and KEEP circulation. He also published two books on newspaper circulation designed for use by newspaper circulation executives. He played a key role in the Star and Tribune scholarship program. The program helped qualified carriers to obtain scholarships to some of the nation's top scholastic institutions. Ahead of his time, Jardine was among the first to promote girls to be newspaper carriers. For many years, this training was limited to young boys. Jardine often noted that girls sometimes are even better and more conscientious than boys in fulfilling their roles as newspaper carrier sales persons. After he retired in 1982, Jardine traveled for eight years around the nation and to Great Britain giving seminars for newspaper circulation executives. These seminars were usually held at the executive's own newspaper. At the time of his retirement, he was saluted with a giant outdoor billboard in downtown Minneapolis thanking him for his 44 years of service -- the thank you coming from his newspaper carriers. The billboard, lighted at night, could be seen for blocks in downtown Minneapolis. In December, 1992, Jardine was named by his peers to the 'Newspaper Carrier Hall of Fame.' This honor and his many other recognitions in newspaper circulation was the subject of a full page ad in the Minneapolis Star and Tribune. The ad, one of the few ever done in that size for any Star and Tribune employee, was run during National Newspaper Week, 1992. Memorial Mass Monday, November 24 at 7:00 PM at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Edina, 6820 St. Patrick's Lane (Gleason Road and Valley View Road). Friends may call from 5:00-7:00 PM at St. Patrick's in the Celtic Center. Private burial at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Memorials to your favorite charity or Our Lady of Good Counsel Home, 2076 St. Anthony Ave., St. Paul, MN 55104. Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel 952-920-3996

Peterson Dorothy L. Born Dorothy Loraine Bockelman on June 7, 1918 in Sedalia, Missouri. Dorothy passed away on November 6, 2003 due to natural causes. She attended Central Methodist College in Fayette, Missouri in the late 1930's. While at Central College, Dorothy met Raymond Peterson. They were married on June 5, 1941 and raised three boys while working and living in Wichita, Kansas, Des Moines, Iowa and Edina, Minnesota. Dorothy enjoyed music, reading and playing bridge. Dorothy is survived by sons, Kenneth, Gary and Tom; brothers, Fred and Gene Bockelman; daughters-in- law, Kris and Linda Peterson; grandchildren, Andrew, Marcie, Andrea and Tyler; and great- grandson, Alec. A graveside service was held at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Washburn-McReavy Eden Prairie Chapel 952-975-0400

Redick Lillie Dale Redick, 77, went home to the Lord she loved Nov. 17, 2003. Preceding her was her husband, Richard in 1984. Surviving her are her daughters, Carol Rittenhouse (Dave), Nancy Geske (Paul); son, Bill Redick (Patricia); 7 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Monday, Nov. 24 at 2:00 PM at Wooddale Church, 6630 Shady Oak Rd., Eden Prairie, MN 55344. A reception will follow the service.

Bangs Jean Gridley, died Nov. 18, 2003, on Kiawah Island, SC, after a brief illness. She was 76 years old. Beloved wife for 54 years of Nathaniel Swift Bangs; loving mother to Cally and Betsy Bangs, and grandmother to Cally's son, Peter. In addition, she is survived by brothers, Bill and Harry Gridley; brother-in-law, Donald C. Levin, and many nieces, nephews, and friends. Memorial service to be held on Madeline Island next summer. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Madeline Island Library or The Madeline Island Historical Society, La Pointe, WI 54850.

Case Amy Lee Case. Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, dear friend, age 43, of Oakdale, passed away Nov. 20, 2003 at her home surrounded by her loving family after a courageous battle with cancer. Survived by loving husband, Dale; stepchildren, Andrea and Matthew; grandson, Jordan; parents, Ed & Donna Schurmeier; sister, Lisa (James) Gander. Visitation 4-8 PM Sunday at Mueller Mortuary Parkway Chapel, 835 Johnson Pkwy at E. 7th St., and one hour prior to funeral service. Funeral service 10:30 AM Monday, Nov. 24 at Woodbury United Methodist Church, 7465 Steepleview Rd., Woodbury. Interment Union Cemetery, Maplewood. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. Amy's talent, humor and love of life were an inspiration to us all. MUELLER Parkway Chapel 651-774-9797

Plunkett Earl C., age 54, of Plymouth. Full notice Mon. Billman-Hunt 612-789-3535

Graham Robert R., age 88, of Newport Richey, FL (formerly of Mpls), passed away on November 19, 2003. Survived by loving wife of 64 years, Marjorie; children, Mick, Tom and Jean; 7 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Also survived by brothers and sisters, LaDonna Ivarinan, Carol Bastedo, Nancy Rakowsky, James Graham, Bill Graham; and many nieces and nephews. Robert worked for Minneapolis Public Schools from 1940- 1989. Graveside service 10 AM Monday at Orrock Cemetery. Arr. Dare's Funeral Home 763-441-1212

Busse Fred H., age 71, of Prior Lake, died on Nov. 19, 2003. Survived by special friend, Sylvia Hasse; son, Jim (Nancy) Busse; daughters, Connie McFadden, Cristine (Clayton) Gratz; grandchildren, Nicole (Christian) Gendron, Cassandra Busse, Melissa Busse, Michael McFadden, Jill McFadden, Kelsey Gratz, Rachel Gratz; great- grandchildren, Grace Gendron and Brayden McFadden; brother, Bob (Rose Marie) Busse; brother-in-law, Leonard Kabes; sister-in-law, Ainie Busse. Preceded in death by brother, Norman Busse; sister, Eileen Kabes; parents, Frederick & Catherine Busse; son-in-law, Michael McFadden. Visitation Sunday, 3-9 PM at Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, Prior Lake, and one hour prior to service on Monday at church. Funeral service Monday, 10 AM at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Prior Lake. Interment St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Prior Lake. Ballard-Sunder Prior Lake 952-447-2633

McKeever George John McKeever was born Feb. 3, 1916 in Minneapolis, MN. He died in Delano, MN on Nov. 20, 2003 at the age of 87 years. He is survived by his wife, Winifred; 3 sons, Bruce, Denny and Mark; 2 stepsons, Craig and Steve Gilbertson; 19 grandchildren & 14 great-grandchildren. Memorial service Monday, Nov. 24, 10:30 AM, visitation one hour prior at Maple Plain Community Church, Maple Plain, MN. Memorials are preferred to Wologoho to provide scholarships for short- term missions trips. David Lee Funeral Home Maple Pln 763-479-1423

Gruidl Carl B., age 87, of Mpls, passed away on November 20, 2003. Survived by wife of 57 years, Esther; children, Barbara (John) Grondahl, John, Mary Kay (Don) Leed- ham; grandchildren, Michael, Mark, Amy, Casey, Kelly and Kevin; great-grandchildren, Emily, Katie, Jack, Lucy and Liza; sister, Frances Novak. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial Monday, 10 AM at CHURCH OF ST. HELENA, 3201 E. 43rd St., Mpls. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Gathering of family & friends one hour prior to Mass at the church. Memorials to Our Lady of Good Counsel, 2076 St. Anthony Ave., St. Paul, MN 55104. Bradshaw 3131 Minnehaha Avenue 612-724-3621

Coleman Dianne L., age 62, loving mom, grandma and dear friend to many, she passed into the presence of the Lord on Nov. 18, 2003. Survived by son, Rev. Al Callender; daughter, Laury Callender-Hartmann; grandchildren, Willy and Nicole Hartmann; brother, Norm (Pat) Johnson; uncle, Kenneth Gertjejansen and many nieces, nephews, relatives & friends. A memorial service to celebrate her home-going will be held at 1 PM Monday, Nov. 24 at Park Avenue United Methodist Church, 3400 Park Ave S., Mpls. Cremation Society of MN Mpls 612-825-2435

Tracy Maureen Louise Tracy (Riegger), age 52, of Janesville, WI, formerly of Burnsville, MN, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 19 in Janesville, WI. Maureen was born Sept. 25, 1951 in Mpls. to Mary and Donald Riegger. She graduated from Holy Angels High School in 1969. She met her husband, Steven while attending St. Teresa's College in Winona. She graduated in 1973 with a BSN. She married her husband, Steven Tracy at St. John the Baptist Church in Savage, MN on May 26, 1973. Maureen was a dedicated mother of 4 boys. She worked as an RN and Nursing Supervisor while her boys attended school. She always juggled a mighty schedule including Scouts, hockey, soccer, football and baseball games. She loved horses, camping, golf and especially the north woods. She is survived by her husband, Steven; sons, Patrick (Sally), Ryan (Onni), Michael (Pamela) and Timothy (Kimberly); grandchildren, Matthew, Emily, Jaelyn and Jacob; sister, Helen Riegger; brothers, Michael and Donald (Mallory) Riegger. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, Nov. 25, 11:00 AM, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Savage, MN. Visitation Monday 5-8 PM at Gill Brothers Bloomington-Richfield Funeral Chapel, 9947 Lyndale Ave. S. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. GILL BROTHERS 952-888-7771

Keymes Donald E., age 85, of Mpls., joined his father, Edward; mother, Vina; soulmate and wife, Lois; and grandson, Andy on 11/16/03. He is survived by his children, Joan (Tom) Orth of Edina and Nancy (Paul) Duchene of Mandeville, LA; sister, Dorothy Ahlbrecht; friend, Betty Powers; and many special nieces & nephews. Memorial service on Friday 11/28/03 at 11:00 AM, Bethany Lutheran Church, 3901 36th Ave S., Mpls., followed by interment at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Memorials preferred. Special thank you to Sholom East Care Center and Allina Hospice for their loving and dignified care. Dad was our rock of Gibraltar. His honesty, hard work and kindness to all people will always be remembered.

Born Norma M., age 74, of Hopkins, died Nov. 20, 2003. Preceded in death by husband, Harold; brother, Fred Parsons; and sister, Audrey Stark. Survived by children, Gladys (Richard) LeVasseur of Virginia, MN, Dale (Donna) of Farmington; 5 grandchildren, Jennifer, Douglas, Renee, Rochelle and Rebecca; 4 great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Thomas, Laura and Ella; sister, Marion (Harland) Hansen of Mapleton, MN; nieces, nephews and friends. Norma was a retired cook for the St. Louis Park Schools. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the American Cancer Society or the Church. Interment Fort Snelling. Funeral service 11 AM Monday at Zion Lutheran Church, 241 5th Ave. N., Hopkins, with visitation one hour prior to the service at church and also 3-6 PM Sunday (TODAY) at: Washburn-McReavy Strobeck Johnson Chapel 1400 Mainstreet, Hopkins 952-938-9020

Drake Robert T., age 82, of Mpls. Twin Cities businessman and original owner, Bloomington Nursing Home. Member of American Legion Post #435 and VFW Post #5555. He was a Scoutmaster and District Commander, Viking Council, Boy Scouts of America. An avid outdoorsman all of his life, he enjoyed the company of friends and family in the field and forest. Survived by wife, Patricia; sons, Robert 'Skip' Drake and wife Bonnie, and Charles 'Chip' Drake; grandchildren, Robert T. Drake II, Christine Drake and Erika Drake. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Charles H. Drake. Funeral service Monday 11:00 AM at Morris Nilsen Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave S., Richfield. Interment Ft. Snelling. Visitation Sunday 4:00-7:00 PM. Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226 www.morrisnilsen.com

Pohlad Eloise O'Rourke Pohlad, a woman known for her love and dedication to family, quiet generosity and grace, passed away November 20, with her husband, sons and other family members at her side. The heart of the Pohlad family, Eloise was deeply loved by her husband of 56 years, Carl; and her three sons, Jim, Bob and Bill, who saw her as the perfect wife and mother. She was born in Dubuque, Iowa on Jan. 26, 1917, the youngest of 10 children. Her family was well-known and loved in the Dubuque community. Fiercely proud of their Irish heritage and deeply committed to their Catholic faith, the O'Rourkes set an example of family togetherness and love that Eloise fulfilled with her own family. She was educated in Catholic grade and high schools, and attended Mundelein College in Chicago. After college, Eloise returned home to Dubuque and worked as a receptionist, teller and bookkeeper for the American Trust and Savings Bank. She met Carl Pohlad on a blind date at a University of Iowa/University of Minnesota football game. It was love at first sight, and five months later on April 22, 1947, they were married in a quiet ceremony at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Key West, Iowa, now a suburb of Dubuque. Always putting her husband and sons first, Eloise made time to be involved in the Boys and Girls Club, WAMSO, the Carondelet HealthCare Foundation, the Twin Cities Opera Guild, and the Sisters of St. Joseph Ministries Foundation, where she actively supported their programs for children, families and individuals in need. Eloise was gracious to all she met. Her interests throughout life were the simple pleasures: enjoying ice cream, doing the laundry and ironing, spending time with her sons and their families, and attending the Minnesota Twins baseball games. She grew to love baseball after her husband bought the Minnesota Twins, becoming one of the team's biggest fans. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Carl; by her sons, Jim, Bob and Bill; her daughters-in-law, Mary, Becky and Michelle; her grandchildren, Tom, Joe, Chris, Alexandra, Charles and Katherine. Memorials preferred to Sisters of St. Joseph Ministries Foundation, or Alzheimer's Association Minnesota/Dakota Chapter. Mass of Christian Burial Monday, 1 PM at The Church of Our Lady of Grace, 5051 Eden Ave., Edina, with burial to follow at Lakewood Cemetery. Visitation will be held Sunday, 3-7 PM at: Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel, W. 50th St. & Hwy 100 952-920-3996

West Melvin G. West, age 64, of Mpls passed away November 20, 2003. Mel graduated with a Master's degree from the University of Missouri. He served for 23 years as a principal in the Mpls school systems. He was influential in the lives of many of his students during his tenure with the schools. He will surely be missed by all who knew him. Survived by wife, Sharon; daughters, Melody and Melisha; grandson, Miles; son-in-law, Melvin Scroggins; sister, Barbara (Harvey) Murphy; many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. A celebration of his life will be held at 11 AM Saturday, November 29 at Oakland Avenue United Methodist Church, 4405 Oakland Ave S, Mpls. Cremation Society of MN Mpls 612-825-2435

Setran Donald Lawrence, passed away Nov. 20. Services were Saturday.

Cavanaugh Michael L., age 39, of Brooklyn Park, went home to the Lord on Nov. 19, 2003. He is preceded in death by his brother, Daniel. He will be deeply missed by his parents, Terry & Carol; brother, Kirk (Laura); nephews, Eric and Ryan; grandmothers, Marian Cavanaugh and Doris Edwards; other relatives and many lifelong friends. Funeral Service 7 PM Monday, Nov. 24 at the funeral home, with visitation one hour before service. First Memorial Brooklyn Park Chapel 7835 Brooklyn Blvd. 763-560-4694

Witte Marie H., age 94, of Minnesota Masonic Home. Preceded in death by husband, Clifford. Survived by daughters, Joyce Gunderson of Bloomington and Jean (Leonard) Hockert of Dent, MN; 6 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; long and devoted friend, Eleanor Maas; and many other loving relatives and friends. Service Monday, 1 pm, Morris Nilsen Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave S, Richfield with visitation one hour prior to service. Interment Lakewood. Memorials to Minnesota Masonic Home. Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226 www.morrisnilsen.com

Novak Michael Jr., age 83, of Prior Lake, died Wednesday, November 19 at Hennepin County Medical Center. Survived by wife, Marian; children, Michael (Janet) Novak of Oviedo, FL, Sandra (Vern) Peterson of Burnsville, Joanne (Bob) Mastous of Prior Lake; 9 grandchildren; 13 great- grandchildren; brothers, Peter (Jane) Novak of Coon Rapids, Jack (Irene) Novak of St. Anthony. Funeral Service Monday 1:00 PM at Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, Prior Lake with visitation 2 hours prior to service. Interment Pleasant View Memorial Gardens, Burnsville. Member of United Association of Pipe Fitters, AFSCME, worked 21 years for Soo Line RR, 21 years for Mpls. Schools as a pipefitter. Ballard-Sunder Prior Lake 952-447-2633

Gorman Carmen I., age 71. Preceded in death by husband, Richard; and sons. She will be deeply missed by her daughters, Lynne and Laurie; many loving grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services Tuesday 1:00 PM at Ft. Snelling, meet at Lane #1 at 12:45 PM. Rainville Brothers 612-789-3250

Marks Gary A. Marks, age 58, North Fort Myers, FL. 12/23/44 - 11/9/03. Gary passed after battling Lymphoma. Preceded in death by his wife, Carol; daughter, Tina; mother, Charlotte Peterson; and best friend, Snick. Surviving daughter, Nancy Walz & husband Dave. Gary moved to Florida to pursue his hobbies: fishing, traveling, salt water activities, fish fry's, and meeting new people. He will be missed deeply. Gary requested that there is to be no services on his behalf. Nancy & Dave will be releasing his ashes with his wife in the Florida Keys. He wishes that we all have good thoughts of the wonderful life given to him with family, friends, and Rat Pack. Dad we are all going to meet with you in time, watch over us and I think you may need a bigger boat. Love You.

Huff Nancy J., age 50, of Fridley, died at home surrounded by her family on Nov. 20, 2003. Preceded in death by her father, Henry C. and brothers, Henry 'Sonny' Aderman Jr. and Randall R. Aderman. Survived by her mother & stepfather, Violet (Bernard) Koenig; her children, Tanya (Jeromy) Robideau, William Jr., Jason (Cheryl) and Cory; 4 grandchildren. Also survived by her sisters, Sharon (Dwayne) Garrett, Marilyn LeMere, Linda (Don) Anderson, Sandra Lenzen; brothers, Ronald (Kris) Aderman, Daryl and Jerome Aderman, and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM Tuesday at Epiphany Catholic Church, 1900 111th Ave NW @ Hanson Blvd., Coon Rapids. Visitation 1 hour prior to mass at the church. Interment Epiphany Church Cemetery. Memorials preferred. Arr. Dare's Funeral Home 763-441-1212

Huot Kay A., age 57, of Stillwater. Preceded in death by mother, Lois Gunderson; and mother-in-law, Ann Huot. Survived by husband, Gary; father, Clinton (Bette) Gunderson; father-in-law, George Huot; sister, Sandra Hoglund; sister-in-law, Marlene (Chuck); brother-in-law, John (Pat); nieces, Julie (Bill) Ladoucer, Wendy Hoglund, Christina (David) Laes; and many relatives and friends. Mass of Christian Burial Monday 11 AM at ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC CHURCH (3878 Highland Ave., WBL). Visitation Sunday 3-7 PM at HONSA FAMILY FUNERAL HOME (2460 E. Co. Rd. E, WBL), and also 1 hour prior to Mass at the CHURCH. Interment St. John's Cemetery. Memorials preferred to the American Cancer Society. HONSA FAMILY 651-429-6172

Olson Harold D., age 75, of St. Paul, on November 21, 2003. Preceded in death by parents, Thorvald & Corrinne; sister, Katheryn Spray and brother, Richard. Survived by many nieces & nephews; lifetime friend, Perry; and friend & brother-in-law, Delroy Spray. Visitation Sunday, 3-5 PM at KESSLER & MAGUIRE FUNERAL HOME, 640 W. 7th St. at St. Clair, St. Paul, 651-224-2341. Graveside service Monday, 11 AM at SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK.

McCarthy Roger Leo, of St. Paul, age 63, passed away peacefully at home on November 20, 2003, after a year long battle with stomach cancer. Roger was born June 23, 1940, the first child of Vaughn J. and Loretta (McAndrews) McCarthy. He graduated from Nativity Grade School and St. Agnes High School. He was a dedicated employee of Imperial Parking, Mpls. He took his vacation and worked for the Minnesota State Fair for the last 33 years. Preceded in death by father, Vaughn. Survived by mother, Loretta; sisters, Helenann (Cap) McCarthy Pearson, Madison, WI, Maureen McCarthy, Los Angeles, CA and Shawn (Bob) McCarthy Rabe, London, England; six nieces and nephews. Visitation 3-7 PM Sun. and Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Mon. at WILLWERSCHEID FUNERAL HOME, 1167 Grand Ave, St. Paul, 651-228-1006. Memorials preferred to Fairview Riverside Infusion Center, 612-273- 4570 or Health-East Hospice 651-232-3312.

Traynor Sheila Gale, of Shoreview, passed away on November 20, 2003. She is survived by her children, John, Gale, Timothy and Michael; and 2 grandchildren. She had her own business in which she worked as a tax preparer. Visitation 4-8 PM Tuesday, November 25, 2003 at the Roseville Memorial Chapel, 2245 N. Hamline Ave., 651-631-2727. Interment Roselawn Cemetery 11 AM Wednesday.

Webinger Suzanne M., age 54, of Champlin. Preceded in death by parents, Armand & Betty St. Yves. Survived by husband, Roger; son, Chris (Michelle); brothers, Edward and Ted (Pat) St. Yves; sisters, Barbara (Paul) Grim and Pat St. Yves; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral service Tuesday, 11 AM, with reviewal one hour prior at Thurston- Lindberg Funeral Home, W. Main St. & Branch Ave., Anoka. Visitation Monday, 5-8 PM, with a 7 PM rosary service. Private interment, Ft. Snelling Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. Thurston-Lindberg 763-421-0220

Thoma Bernice F., age 87, of Bloomington. Preceded in death by husband, Charles J. Thoma; parents, Alfred & Margaret Holmquist; sister, Merice Holmquist and brother, Bert Holmquist. Survived by daughter, Margaret Mary (Robert) Osum; granddaughters, Debbie (Bob) Ernst & Sherry Hayden; grandson, Bobby Osum; great-granddaughters, Megan & Madeline Ernst; many other relatives as well as friends. Memorial Mass, Monday, November 24, 2003 at 11 AM, The Church of St. Bonaventure, 901 E. 90th St., Bloomington. Visitation one hour prior to Mass only. Private interment Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights. GILL BROTHERS 952-888-7771

Rosenzweig Ben, of Minnetonka, formerly of St. Paul. Survived by wife, Jean; sons & daughters-in-law, Barry & Barbara Rosenzweig, Randy & Janie Rosenzweig; granddaughters, Lauren, Sydney and Taylor Rosenzweig; brother, Joe Rosenzweig and extended family, Henry & Gertrude Goldstein, Mickey Goldstein, David Goldstein, and Don Pastor. Ben was a Holocaust survivor. Funeral service TUESDAY, 11 AM, BETH EL SYNAGOGUE, 5224 W. 26th St., St. Louis Park. Memorials preferred to donor's favorite charity. SHIVA, 4728 E. Coventry Road, Minnetonka, Tues. & Wed. eve, 7 PM. Arr. Hodroff & Sons 612-871-1234

Braathen Jennette K. Braathen, 86, died Nov. 16, 2003, Grand Forks, ND, formerly of Minneapolis. Survived by children, Jane (LaDouceur) Quimby, Clearwater, FL; Harris (Chris) LaDouceur, Roanoke, VA; Jack (Jody) LaDouceur, Blaine, MN; ORonda (Braathen) (Richard) Antoine, Clearwater, FL; Ordeen Braathen, Mounds View, MN; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. She was very loved by friends and family. Memorial service Dec. 13 in Grand Forks, ND at Valley Square Nursing Home. Laid to rest in Lakewood Cemetery.

Pierro Irene D. Pierro, age 82, of Anoka, formerly of Columbia Heights. Preceded in death by husband, James. She will be deeply missed by her loving children, Nancy (Ronald) Roden, Julianne (Ronald) Nathe, Michael (Renee) Pierro, Dennis (Pamela) Pierro, Daniel (Candyce) Pierro; her 10 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. Irene was an avid reader, and an active resident of Walker Plaza of Anoka. Visitation Monday 5-8 PM at the funeral home, with prayer service at 7:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 11:00 AM, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 41st & Jackson Street NE, Col. Hts. Interment St. Anthony Cemetery. Miller-Methven-Taylor 831 - 40th Ave NE. Col. Hts. 763-789-3338

Strand Ansel 'Vince'age 82, of Brooklyn Park. Survived by wife, Betty; son, Steven & wife Sherry; grandchildren, Nicole, Stephanie and Ryan; cousins and friends. Visitation 5-7 PM Monday at Evans-Nordby Funeral Home, 6000 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center. Private family interment at Lakewood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to donor's choice. Evans-Nordby 763-533-3000

Larsen Richard C. 'Dick' Larsen of Robbinsdale, on Nov. 21 in his 75th year. Preceded in death by parents, Fred & Helen Larsen and sister, Peggy Powles. Survived by wife of 52 years, Mary Joan; daughters, Sue (Bob) Baker, Anne Larsen; son, Chuck Larsen; grandchildren, Vince, Tracy and David; aunt, Myrtle Schwartz; brothers- in-law, Bud Powles, Paul (Marcelle), Larry (Mary) Tracy; nieces, nephews, cousins & loving friends. Former employee of Mpls Honeywell, Graco, Soo Line, Edina Realty. Administrator of St. Austin's Church. Graduate, Edison H.S. & Univ. of MN. Known for his extensive volunteer work including founder of St. Austin's Youth Organization (SAYO), youth baseball coach, Knights of Columbus, Outreach, and United Way. Services Monday, Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM at St. Austin's Catholic Church, 41st & Thomas Ave N., Mpls. Visitation one hour before Mass at church and Sunday, 3-6 PM, prayer service 6 PM at Billman-Hunt Chapel, 2701 Central Ave NE, Mpls. Interment Hillside Cemetery. We will all miss his meticulous attention to detail. Memorials preferred to Holy Cross Foreign Mission. Billman-Hunt Chapel 612-789-3535

Schmid Florian A., age 87, died on Thurs., Nov. 20 at the Lyngblomsten Care Center in St. Paul. A Funeral Mass will be on Mon. at 2:00 PM at the St. Raphael's Catholic Church in Springfield, MN. Visitation will be from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM at the St. Raphael's Catholic Church. He is survived by his son, Joe & wife Carol of Lake Elmo, MN; 6 grandchildren; 1 step-granddaughter; 9 great-grandchildren; and 2 step-great-granddaughters. He is preceded in death by his wife, Margaret; a daughter, Sherry Johnson; 4 brothers; and 6 sisters.

Aanerud Scott A., age 36, of New Hope, passed away Nov. 18, 2003. Survived by wife, Jeananne; children, Emily, Christopher and Kevin; siblings, Corliss, Janet, David and Larry; other family & many friends. Interment Glen Haven Cemetery. Funeral service Monday, 11 AM at Faith Lilac-Way Lutheran Church, 5530 42nd Ave N., Robbinsdale. Visitation one hour prior to service at church and Sunday, 2-5 PM at: Washburn-McReavy Swanson Chapel Lowry at Irving Aves N. 612-529-9691

Korntop Paul A., of West St. Paul, age 87, Nov. 21, 2003. Preceded in death by brother, Harold. Survived by son, Paul (Carolyn) of West Virginia; sister, Irene O'Grady & very special friend, Pat Lindahl. Funeral service 11 AM Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2003 at the WEST FUNERAL HOME, 1051 S. Robert at Arion, West St. Paul. Visitation one hour prior to service. Interment Riverview Cemetery, St. Paul. Paul retired from Swift & Co. & MN Valley Country Club. J.S. Klecatsky & Sons West Funeral Home 651-457-6200

Ulku Jeanne M. Ulku, age 94, of Mpls, died peacefully Thursday evening after living a full life beginning in 1909. Jeanne was preceded in death by her husband, Bruno; infant son, Jon Philip and brothers, Ed and Carl Laurila. Jeanne was born in Thomson, MN and lived in Kettle River, MN in her early years and was one of the survivors of the 1918 Moose Lake fire. She lived in Duluth before her marriage and then settled in Mpls. She worked for many years at the American Lutheran Church headquarters and for Social Services of Hennepin County Government Center. She is survived by daughters, Kathleen Laurila of Mpls, Anita (Gary) Kovic, Burnsville; 6 grandchildren, Peter Wood, Jenny Wood, Nathan Wood, Michael (Kristin) Kovic, Katherine (Tim) Machacek and Amy (Warren) Taylor, and 1 great-grandson, Levi. Service Monday, 1 PM at Messiah Lutheran Church, 2504 Columbus Ave S. Private interment, Ft. Snelling. Visitation one hour before service at the church. Memorials may be made to Salolampi Foundation c/o Concordia College, Moorhead, MN. Henry W. Anderson 612-729-2331

Schaper Henry A. 'Babe'age 83, of Maple Grove. Survived by wife, Katherine; children, Barb Kurtti (David), John (Carol), Bob (Robin), Dick (Lynn); 8 grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Henry was vice president of Schaper Mfg., the maker of many toys including the Cootie game. Funeral Tuesday 11 AM at Gearty-Delmore Chapel of Plymouth, 37th and Vicksburg Lane. Visitation Monday 4:30-8 PM and 1 hour prior to the service. Interment Gethsemane Cemetery. Gearty-Delmore 763-553-1411

Traum Alvin L. Traum, age 64, of Blaine, MN. Preceded in death by wife, Marie and brother, Bob. Survived by children, Brenda (Kevin) Bixby, Ted (Jody) Traum, Lynn (Dave) Francour, Sandy Beck DuPont and Rob (Peggy) Beck; 16 grandchildren; brothers, David, Harold (Ruby) and Hank Traum; sister, Helen Longnecker; pets, Buffy & Hashi. Memorial service 3 PM Tuesday at the Gearhart Coon Rapids Chapel, 11275 Foley Blvd NW. Visitation one hour before service. Memorials preferred. Private inurnment. GEARHART 763-755-6300

Zemke Jerome A., age 60, of Columbia Heights. Will be sorely missed by loving family and friends. Private services. Billman-Hunt Chapel 612-789-3535

LaMotte ATTN: UAW LOCAL 125 Leslie L. (Les) Sr., age 57, of NE Mpls. Survived by loving wife of 38 years, Karen; son & daughter- in-law, Les Jr. & Theresa; daughter & son-in-law, Lisa & Scot Pfaff; parents, Lloyd & Vada; brother & sister- in-law, Lloyd Jr. & Gwen; sisters & brothers-in-law, Linda & Ken Thielhorn, Lana & Chuck Maro; grandchildren, Andrew and Victoria LaMotte and Alec and Jacob Pfaff. Les was a 38-year employee of Metallurgical/ Bodycote. Special thanks to Parker Hughes Cancer Center and Fairview- University Med. Center ICU Staff 4C. Mass of Christian Burial at the CHURCH OF ST. CLEMENT, Tuesday at 1:30 PM. Interment Hillside Cemetery. Visitation at KOZLAK-RADULOVICH FUNERAL CHAPEL, 1918 University Ave NE, Monday from 5 to 8 PM and at the CHURCH one hour prior to services Tuesday. Family prefers memorials. KOZLAK-RADULOVICH 'A Celebration of Life' 612-789-8869

Mikkanen Clemens N., 80, of Annandale. Died Nov 17. Survived by wife, Deloris; daughter, Barbara; grdchd, Lora & Aron; stepchildren: Marilyn Manley, Gayle (Jim) Sandell, Julie (Ken) Pfarr; stp- grdchd, Joshua, Ryan & Kalli Sandell, Brandon & Nathan Kotila; siblings, Violet Saksa & Arvo Mik- kanen and many family friends Preceded in death by mother & father; siblings, Elma (Axel) Bakka, Irene Upp, Elsie, Eino and Leo Mikkanen.

Kirkpatrick David G. (Jerry), died Friday, 21 Nov. in the early minutes of the morning after a short stay at the Veterans Administration Hospice in Prescott, AZ. He was 60. Jerry was a long-time member of Plumbers Union #15. The youngest son of Anna Kirkpatrick and Raymond Kirkpatrick, he is survived by his two brothers, William Lumel and James R. Kirkpatrick, a large extended family and many friends. He is much loved by them all. Funeral services TUESDAY, 1:30 PM, HODROFF & SONS FUNERAL CHAPEL, 126 E. Franklin Ave., Mpls.

Hallet (Bloomquist) Donna Mae Dolores Hallet, age 75, of Mpls, passed away Nov. 19, 2003. Her courage, strength, grace and beauty will be missed by all who knew her. Preceded in death by daughters, Vickie and Sandra and son, Bruce. Survived by daughter, Debbie (Deborah) Long; son, Gary Hallet; granddaughters, Elisha Long, Tina Hallet; grandsons, Trevor and Lucas Long; great-grandsons, Trevor Jr., Trenton and Travis Long; and brothers, Darrell and James Bloomquist. Memorial service will be held Wed., Nov. 26 at 1 PM at Werness Brothers Chapel, 3500 W 50th St., Mpls. Interment Lakewood Cemetery, Mpls. WERNESS BROTHERS 612-927-8641 dignitymemorial.com

Saline Marvin E. Saline, age 81. Northeast Businessman and Good Neighbor. Husband, father, grandfather, local florist known statewide, nationally and life-long resident of Northeast Minneapolis, passed away on November 21, 2003, from a rare cancer. He was born on July 2, 1922 and began his career at the age of 15 with Hans Rosacker Company on Stinson Boulevard NE, washing trucks in December 1937. He graduated from Minnesota Business College and completed one year at the University of Minnesota. He became office manager of the wholesale and retail florist business in 1941, at age 19. He served his country in the U.S. Navy from 1942 with a tour of duty in the Pacific until his discharge in 1946, and returned to Rosacker's the same year. After serving on numerous Florist Transworld Delivery (FTD) committees and becoming 1962 National Convention Chairman, he was elected in 1966 to a three year term on the Board of Directors. He also served as FTD treasurer. In 1955, the Rosacker family, along with Marvin, expanded the business in Delray Beach, Florida, to become Floral Acres. Marvin and Don Rosacker acquired full ownership of Rosacker's in 1970, while selling their interest in Floral Acres. After 53 distinguished years, he sold his interest in Rosacker's in 1990. He continued active ownership in Engwall Florist and Greenhouses in Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin with his son, Rod. Marvin was a neighbor and citizen of Northeast Minneapolis. A 50-year member of the Arcana Lodge Masons and Shriner with the Zuhrah Temple. He was the president of his 1940 Edison High School class where he began his life-long love of tennis. He was a charter member with the NE Kiwanis Club for over fifty years. In early 1958, Marvin became Chairman of Boy Scout Troop #153 in St. Anthony Village, where he also was an enthusiastic high school football and basketball Sports Booster. He served on the Minneapolis Jaycees Board of Directors in the 1950's and also on the national board. He was on the Northwest Bank Board from 1972 until 1990. He was an active and faithful member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church and Nativity Lutheran Church. Marvin is loved and remembered by his family and friends as a great man who loved his community, enjoyed helping others, played tennis, drank Manhattans and never dropped a punch line. He met his wife, Anita (Kegel) Saline, who survives him, when they were in the tenth grade. After Anita graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1943, they married in February 1944. Together they had three surviving sons, Craig & his wife, Sharon, Rod and Scott & his wife, Heather, and seven grandchildren, Stephanie Saline, Eric Saline, Sara Vallie, Michael Saline, Keri Saline, Zamor Saline and Makai Saline. He recently attended his first grandchild's wedding in Duluth. Marvin was the son of Emil and Anna Saline. He is survived by sisters, Myrt Kenjoski of Osseo and Gladys Wright of Wenatchee, Washington and brother, Lindy Saline of LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Services Tuesday, 11 AM at Nativity Lutheran Church, 33rd & Silver Lake Road NE. Interment Hillside Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM at: Washburn-McReavy Northeast Chapel 29th & Johnson St. NE 612-781-6828

Hengen William (Bill) L. Hengen, age 89, of Hopkins and Richfield, passed away 11/20/03. Preceded in death by loving wife of 50 years, Florence and daughter, Catherine Koyonen. Loving father of daughters, Pat (Larry) Whittlef of Fridley, Mary McCleary of Tucson, AZ, BethAnn Neynaber of Phoenix, AZ; sons, Bill & wife Linda of Eden Prairie, Stephen & wife Laura of Fridley. Proud grandfather of Mike (Sue) Whittlef, Robb Whittlef, Mark (Lisa) McCleary, Kyle (Erin) McCleary, Josan and Billy Hengen, Tim (Carol) Koyonen, Jake and Angie Koyonen, Cara Lee and John Hengen. Proud great-grandfather of Max Koyonen. Bill's first love was his family and second was sports. After meeting Florence Bott at a sports event, they later married and started the family in 1941. His sports journalism career began in 1936, writing for the Minneapolis Journal. He went to work for the Minneapolis Star in 1939. He was a sports writer/columnist or editor during his 45-year career. After retirement, he continued to write a Sunday Tribune bowling column, part- time, for 15 years. His 60-year journalistic career was interrupted once. He volunteered to serve in the Marine Corps during WWII. He was a combat correspondent with the 4th Division. He was with the 4th Division when they landed at Iwo Jima. He returned to the Minneapolis Star and won numerous journalistic awards. His contribution to all aspects of bowling was rewarded when he became the 15th recipient of the Fritz Howell 'Flowers for the Living' award and later was inducted into the Minnesota State Bowling Hall of Fame. Bill traveled over one and a half million miles to cover major sporting events. His favorite sports to write about were baseball, bowling and boxing. He had a true appreciation of sports relationships. Bill and Florence both had long-lasting friendships with the people involved with the Minnesota State Bowling Association. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 AM Monday, Nov. 24 at St. William's Catholic Church, 61st & University Ave NE, Fridley (763-571-5600). Reviewal will be one hour before Mass at the church. Private interment. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to charity of choice. Miller Funeral Home Fridley Chapel 763-571-1300

Patten David Stuart Patten, age 67, was born on January 4, 1936, in Mobridge, South Dakota and died November 17, 2003, in Minneapolis. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Katie; and his parents, Helen and L.D. 'Pat' Patten. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Beth; his children, Jane and David; his sister, Margaret 'Peggy' Gerarduzzi (David); his nieces, Janet Swegles (Brad) and Diane Russell (Tony); and his cousins, Helen Magnusson (Gordon) and Catherine Flagg. David attended Carleton College (1954-1957) and graduated from the University of Minnesota (1958). He had an affection for and allegiance to both schools throughout his life. David began a 32-year career at Merrill Lynch in 1962 as an Account Executive and was made a Partner prior to the firm's initial public offering. From 1978-1994, he was Managing Director and Regional Vice President of Merrill Lynch Capital Markets, overseeing the firm's institutional sales and trading operations in the upper Midwest. Through his career at Merrill Lynch, David played a role in developing the financial services industry in the Twin Cities. His lifelong business and civic involvement in the community included Treasurer and Chair of the investment committee of the University of Minnesota Medical Foundation; Director and Foundation Trustee of the Courage Center; and a member of Minneapolis Rotary, Twin Cities Dunkers, the Minneapolis Club, and Interlachen Country Club. David loved hunting, fishing, watching sports, his cabin in Balsam Lake, WI, and above all else, his wife and children. David was a true friend to many and will be dearly missed for his loyalty, humor, generosity, and mentoring. A special debt of gratitude is owed to Dr. Arkadiusz Dudek and his associates, who headed David's oncology team at the University of Minnesota. David and his family are also grateful to the doctors and nurses for the compassionate care during his two weeks at Fairview- University Hospital. Memorials may be made to the following: Children's Cancer Research Fund, 4930 West 77th Street, Suite 364, Edina, MN 55435; Minnesota Medical Foundation, 200 Oak St. SE, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55455-

2030; Courage Center, 3915 Golden Valley Road, Minneapolis, MN 55422. Services were held Saturday at Westminster Presbyterian Church, with interment at Lakewood Cemetery. Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel 952-920-3996

McAllister June Zumwinkle McAllister There are people in this busy, noisy world who are so quiet, so modest, so undemanding of attention, so lacking in need for recognition and reward - that it is possible for such a person to slip by rather unnoticed, even if that person has lived a life of exceptional quality and has possessed attributes desperately needed. One such person was June Zumwinkle McAllister, who: - had an abiding com mitment to family; - had a special connection with children and young adults; - loved beauty in nature, music, the visual arts, and architecture; - was deeply offended by instances of social and economic injustice; - was always available to offer unconditionally kind words and comfort to neighbors, friends, and family and - continued to learn throughout her entire life. - Was inspired by extraordinary people such as Susan B. Anthony, Henry David Thoreau, Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Ben Shahn, Marian Anderson, Mulford Q. Sibley and Richard Zumwinkle. Is it any wonder that her friends and family loved her, were inspired by her, and are so thankful to be forever indebted to her? June McAllister, age 81, passed away on October 21, 2003. A memorial service / 'celebration of her life' will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 29, 2003 at the Cremation Society of Minnesota, 7110 France Avenue South, Edina, Minnesota. June was born on June 26, 1922 in Pelican Rapids, Minnesota. In 1940, she graduated from Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis. June attended the University of Minnesota for four years, majoring in Architecture. She was one of few women attending the school's Institute of Technology at that time. While at the University of Minnesota, June met dental student, Charles McAllister, whom she married on August 5, 1946. Shortly afterward, June accompanied her husband to Germany where he was stationed for two years. As Dr. McAllister built a thriving dental practice in the 1950's, June became a mother adored by her kids and neighbors alike. She and Charles moved to Edina in 1953, where they lived for fifty years. With equal portions of modesty and humor, June was the moral compass of her family. June enjoyed most quiet activities such as reading, listening, watching, and working in her yard. June was preceded in death by her parents, Lyle and Minnette Zumwinkle; her brother, Richard Zumwinkle; and sister-in-law, Lois 'Liz' Zumwinkle. She is survived by her loving husband of 57 years, Dr. Charles McAllister of Edina; her son, Robert McAllister and his wife Genie and daughter Lauren; her son, Bruce McAllister and his wife Clare and children Janna and Andrew; her brother, Robert Zumwinkle and his wife Kate; her sister, Barbara Mathewson and her husband Don; her sister-in-law, Margaret Zumwinkle; and nine nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, a donation in memory of June may be made to Minnesota Public Radio, 45 East Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55101 (651-290-1212 or 800-228-7123).

Hannon Donald W. Hannon, M.D., age 78, of Oakdale, on November 20. Graduate of St. Thomas Academy, St. Thomas College, and in 1947 at age 22, graduated from Univ. of Minn. Medical School. He interned at Ramsey Co. Anchor Hospital & completed residencies in pathology & surgery at the U of M., and was active as a general surgeon until his retirement in 1997. He was a US Navy Veteran, Colonel in the US Army Reserves, 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, and member of Midway Lions Club & VFW. Preceded in death recently by his granddaughter, Angela Hannon. Survived by his sister, Jeanne Larson (Richard); sons, Dr. Robert (Patty), William (Nancy), Dr. James (Elizabeth), Paul (Mary), David (Jill); daughters, Kathleen Johnsen (Al), Peggy Heitz (Pat), and 17 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Tuesday, November 25 at ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, 2590 Margaret St., No. St. Paul. Interment, Calvary Cemetery. Visitation 4-8 PM Monday at THE ROSEVILLE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 2245 No. Hamline Ave. (1 Blk. So. Hwy #36) Roseville, and Tuesday at the Church 1 Hr. Prior to Mass. Memorials preferred to Midway Lions Club.

Winnes Walter F., age 90 of Mpls, was called home to be with the Lord on November 19. He is survived by beloved wife of 57 years, Martha. Loving father of children, Larry (Janice) Winnes, Mary Ann (John) Ashmead, David (Jan) Winnes, and Donald (Lynnae) Winnes. Loving grandfather to 17 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. He will be remembered for his godly life, his warm personality, his love for God's creation, and his beautiful bass voice. Service 11:00 Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church, 5212-41st Ave. S, Mpls. Visitation 5-8 pm Monday at Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave. S., Richfield, and one hour prior to service at church. Interment at Ft. Snelling. Memorials may be directed to World Mission Prayer League or Trinity Lutheran Missions Fund. Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226 www.morrisnilsen.com

Standal Jerry, age 69, of NE Minneapolis. Survived by Diane; children, Gerri Deen Artz (Bill), Danny (Bev), Mike (Cindy), Vicky Regan (Jim), Joey (Darla); 13 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren; other loving family and friends. Funeral service Tuesday 11 AM, Family Baptist Church, 2201 Girard Ave. N., Mpls. Visitation one hour prior to service at church. Private interment. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. KAPALA-GLODEK 612-378-1331

Meyer Douglas L., age 39 of Albertville, formerly of Rockford. Survived by son, Bryce; parents, Cleon 'Butch' and Dianna Meyer; brother, Daniel (Donelle) Meyer; sister, Susan Meyer and special friend, Tom Andrews; best friend, Emmy Winkelman; nephews, Joshua, Ryan, and Derek. Funeral Services 7:30 PM Monday, Iten Funeral Chapel, 300 N. 3rd St., Delano. Visitation 4 to 7:30 prior to the service. Memorials preferred. Iten Funeral Home Delano (763) 972-2891

Bertholf Lillian Bettie Bertholf, 92, of Mendota Heights and Sanibel, FL, died peacefully on Thursday, November 20, 2003. Bettie was preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Robert G. Bertholf. She is survived and will be missed by her daughters and sons-in-law, Betsy and Bob Parish of Wayzata and Julia and Paul Stark of Golden Valley; grandchildren, Rob Parish and wife, Amy, Margaret Parish, Tom and Lucia Stark; great-grandchildren, Olivia and Gemma Parish; brother, Richard English and wife, Vi. During her long and active life she enjoyed many things: travel, her home on the beach, football games, golf, bridge, and most of all, the company of the people she loved. She was devoted to her family and friends. A service will be held at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, 1575 Charlton Av., West St. Paul, on Tuesday, Nov. 25 at 1:00 pm. Visitation will be a half hour prior to the service. Private interment at Lakewood Cemetery. In lieu flowers memorials are preferred to the donor's choice. Willwerscheid West-Heights Chapel 651-457-7938

Veronikas Carolyn Ann Veronikas May 3, 1957-Nov. 16, 2003. God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be, so He put His arms around you and whispered 'Come with Me'. With tearful eyes we watched you suffer and saw you fade away, although we loved you dearly we would not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating you're now at peaceful rest, God broke our heart to prove to us, He only takes the best. We love you forever darling. Steve, Zach, Karen Special thanks to Barbara Rein and Theresa Strauman.

Gabriel Neal W., age 92, of MN Masonic Home, Bloomington. Notice later. GILL BROTHERS 952-888-7771

Hanrehan Walter T. Hanrehan, age 90, of Mpls. WWII Coast Guard Veteran, Retired Lockman - US Army Corps Engineers, member of American Legion Post 435, and Life Member D.A.V. Preceded in death by parents, John and Frances; brothers, John, Joseph, and Donald; sisters, Mary Loosen, Mildred St. Martin, and Catherine Hanrehan. Survived by loving wife, Caroline M., and many nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday, 11 am, Church of the Annunciation, 54th and Harriet. Interment, Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation 1 hour prior to mass AT CHURCH. Memorial may be directed to Annunciation Church or Mount Olivet/Careview Home. Gill Brothers 612-861-6088

Trummer Robert G., age 70, of Richfield. Full notice later Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226

Thompson Leonard F., age 87 of Bloomington. Complete notice will follow. Gill Brothers 952-888-7771

Murray Sister Kathleen Murray, CSJ, age 88, died at Bethany Convent Friday, November 21, 2003. Sister taught the middle and upper grades in several schools in Minnesota. She is survived by her sister, Bernadette; her nephews, John and James Murray; her nieces, Joan Dollard, Jeanne Gordon, and Peggy Berlan; her caregivers, and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. The reviewal will be Monday, November 24, 4:00 to 7:00 pm, followed by the Mass of Resurrection at Bethany Convent at 7:00 pm. Memorials preferred to the Sisters of St. Joseph Retirement Fund. Arr. O'Halloran & Murphy Funeral Home, (651-698-0796).

Thompson Webster D., age 86 of Buffalo. Survived by son, Gary and very special daughter-in-law, Joanne Thompson of Buffalo; grandchildren, Sonny, Kaylan and Dylan Thompson; also other relatives and friends. Private funeral services were held at Peterson Chapel, Buffalo. Interment Swedish Mission Cemetery, Buffalo. The Peterson Chapel Buffalo

Bauermeister Charles A., age 65, of Brooklyn Center, formerly of Rogers/Corcoran area. Passed away Friday, Nov. 21. He is preceded in death by his parents, Albert & Mabel, and brother, William. He is survived by his loving wife, Audrey; brother & sister-in-law, Harold & Jean Bauermeister; 5 stepchildren, 11 grandchildren, & many nieces, nephews, relatives & friends. Visitation, Tuesday, 4-8 PM, with a prayer service at 7PM at the Evans-Nordby Funeral Home, 34 2nd St. NE, Osseo. Funeral Service Wednesday, 11 AM at St. John's Lutheran Church, 9141 Co. Rd. 101, Maple Grove, with visitation 1 hour prior to service. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. EVANS-NORDBY 763-424-4000

Roepke Walter E., age 66 of Litchfield, formerly of Stewart, passed away peacefully, Friday, November 21. Survived by Daughters, Kristine (Brian) Ebent of Waconia, and Kimberly (Keith) Norbie of Edina; 4 Grandchildren; many other relatives and friends. Funeral Service, Tuesday, 11:00 AM, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Fernando, (rural Stewart). Visitation Monday 5:00 - 8:00 at Dobratz Hantge Downtown Chapel, Hutchinson, Minnesota. Dobratz Hantge Chapel 800-937-1728.

Erickson Margaret D. Erickson, 83, died Thursday, November 20, 2003 at her home. Margaret graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Masters Degree in social work and retired from the Minneapolis School System with 35 years as a social worker at Roosevelt High School. She moved to Williamsport, PA in 2002. Survivors include her son, Richard R. Erickson of Cogan Station, PA; and 3 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held Wednesday, at 2:00 pm in St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Quiggleville, PA. Rev. Detlef Huckfeldt officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael's Lutheran Church, 1877 St. Michael Road, Quiggleville, PA 17728. Arrangements by Sanders Mortuary

Davidson Olive, age 94, of Mpls. on Nov. 2, 2003. Memorial Service Monday Nov. 24, 5:30 pm at Pockat Funeral Home, Shell Lake, WI.

Halbakken Edna, 94, of Robbinsdale, died 11/21. Life long resident of Rothsay, MN. Lived with daughter, Diane Dailey in Brooklyn Park, moved to Osseo Health Care Center in 03/92, and then moved to Crystal Lake Good Samaritan Center in 03/00. Visitation Tues. 5-7 pm at funeral home. Services 11 am at Hamar Lutheran Church, Rothsay. Arrangements by Grina Funeral Home Rothsay, MN (218) 736-7586

Miller Mary Andrew, 81, of Naples, FL, formerly of Minneapolis, MN, died suddenly Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003. Mary was an avid golfer and bridge player and was actively involved in the church and the community. Beloved wife of 56 years to husband, John A. Miller, Jr., devoted mother of sons, John A. Miller III of Mpls, MN, Andrew L. Miller of Pompano Beach, FL, and daughter, Christine G. Miller of Laguna Niguel, CA, and grandmother of Jason, John Paul and Brandon Miller of Mpls, MN. Memorial Service will be held at Trinity-by-the- Cove Episcopal Church in Naples, FL on Monday, Nov. 24, 2003 at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice.

Stamstad Charlotte Ann Stamstad, 77, of La Crosse, WI passed away Thursday, November 20, 2003. She was born November 16, 1926 in La Crosse, WI to Scotty and Lois (Langston) Felder. She was a kindergarten teacher for over 30 years. Charlotte started the La Crosse Area Parkinson's Support Group. She is preceded in death by her son, Scott Gerhard; husbands, Vernon Stamstad and Joseph Michel. Charlotte is survived by her son, Mark Stamstad of Greybull, WY; daughter, Jane (Jon) Stamstad Bergh of Minneapolis; and loving grandchildren, Matthew David, Nathan Scott and Kenalyn Marie and their mother, Janna. A service celebrating Char's life will be held Saturday, November 29, 2003 at 11:00 am at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 359 N. Leonard St. in West Salem, WI. Inurnment will take place in Neshonoc Cemetery. Char's family would like to thank Dr. Felix Zweibel, Dr. John Shearen and Dr. Sheila Momont. Services entrusted to the Cremation Society of MN, 218-624-5200.

Georgi Emily M., of Plymouth, born May 4, 1910, died Nov. 21, 2003. Preceded in death by her husband, Theodore. She is loved and will be dearly missed by her son, Donald and wife, Shirley; grandson, Tim; special niece, Ruth Coleman and husband, Jim; Shirley's sister, Susan Maki; and other nieces and nephews. Memorial service 10:30 AM Tues. at Mt. Olivet Lutheran Church, 5025 Knox Ave., Edina. Interment Ft Snelling National Cemetery. David Lee Funeral Home Wayzata 952-473-5577

Trennepohl Joyce L., nee Peterson, age 80, of Mpls. Preceded in death by husband, Eugene. Retired employee of MN Blueprint. Survived by daughters, Diane (Daniel) Cook, Nancy (Tom) Fudally; sons, Bruce (Marianne), Brent, Jim (Berniece) Trennepohl; grandchildren, Sara & Jon Bouley, Tom & Paul Fudally, Shanna & Steve Trennepohl, & Brandon Trennepohl; great-granddaughter, Kalaia Bouley; brothers, Richard, Kenneth, Keith Peterson; sister, Nadene Furstenau; & her cat, Perky. Funeral Service Tuesday, 3 PM at Sunset Funeral Home, 2250 St. Anthony Blvd. NE, Mpls. Visitation 1 hour before service at funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the Hennepin County Humane Society. Private interment, Sunset. 612-789-1535

Tietze David G., age 49 of Mpls, formerly of Bloomington, died suddenly on 11/21/03. 1972 graduate of Lincoln High School, Bloomington. Telephone Technician for Tech Power. Preceded in death by mother-in-law, Beverly Jean Berry. Survived by beloved wife of 25 years, Pamela; children, Ryan (Lindsay), Nicole, Kelly, and Amber; granddaughters, Paige and Alexis; parents, Jean and Doris Tietze; brother, Dan (Becky); sister, Linda Reed; nephew, Donovan; father-in-law, Jack Berry; and many other relatives and friends. Service 7:00 PM Tuesday, with visitation one hour prior at Oak Grove Lutheran Church, 7045 Lyndale Ave. S., Richfield. Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226 www.morrisnilsen.com

Sutton Charlie Sutton, age 64, of Golden Valley, Minnesota, died under hospice care Thursday, November 20 with his loving family by his side. Born on August 3, 1939 in Wichita, Kansas, he was preceded in in death by his parents, Harley and Lillis Sutton. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Toni Sutton; his children, Cheryl Sutton Dunn (Jack Dunn) of Nashville & Marty Sutton (Lisa Bachar) of Denver, and his granddaughters, Marina and Meredith Dunn. After earning his MBA from the University of Colorado in 1963, he began his career with General Mills as a new product market researcher. He continued in this line of work with the Peavey Company before creating his own consulting & management business, The Sutton Company. Charlie was active in the community as a baseball coach, youth mentor, and library volunteer. His loved ones express their sincere gratitude to the doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other staff of North Memorial Medical Center for their compassionate care prior to, and especially during, the past four months while he courageously battled cancer and heart disease. Specifically, his family acknowledges the exceptional attention and devotion that the following physicians provided. Without their care, the quality and duration of Charlie's life most certainly would have been substantially reduced. These generous healthcare providers include Dr. George Nemanich Sr., Dr. Bruce Johnson, Dr. Adrienne Nguyen, Dr. Jeffrey Shultz, Dr. Andre Vaaler, and Dr. Stuart Bloom. Anyone wishing to make a contribution in Charlie's memory may direct their generosity to The Charlie Sutton Memorial, care of The Friends of the Golden Valley Public Library, 830 Winnetka Ave. N. nue North, Golden Valley, Minnesota 55427. A gathering celebrating Charlie's life will be held Tuesday, November 25 at 4 PM at Evans-Nordby Funeral Home, 6000 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. 763-533-3000

Nelson Philip W., age 44, died suddenly on Nov. 21. Survived by the family, friends, & children that loved him. Service Tues. Nov. 25 at 11 AM, Atonement Lutheran Church, New Brighton.

Zimmerman Kathleen, age 54 of Lakeville on Nov. 22, 2003. Full obituary on Monday. White Funeral Home Apple Valley 952-432-2001

Barsness Fred, age 84, of rural Lakeville; Survived by wife, Esther; 4 sons, Charles (Pat) of Randolph, Warren (Beth) of Elko, Wayne (Deborah) of Lakeville, Marvin (Dede) of Webster; 14 grand & 7 great-grandchildren; Service 1:00 PM Tuesday at Highview Christiania Lutheran Church, rural Farmington. Visitation will be 4-8 PM Monday with a prayer service at 7 PM at Benson & Langehough Funeral Home in Northfield. Benson & Langehough (507) 645-5123

Lehn Evelyn H. (nee Aydt), age 96, of Elk river went to be with the Lord peacefully, surrounded by her family on November 21, 2003. Preceded in death by her husband, Martin; son, Kenneth; daughter, Donna Koehler; 1 grandchild; 3 great- grandchildren; 5 brothers & 2 sisters. Survived by her loving children, Doris Sundeen, Lila (Lenny) Schlegel, Kay (Jerry) Palmer, William (Sherrie), and Richard (Nancy); 36 grandchildren; 83 great-grandchildren; and 20 great-great- grandchildren. Also survived by sisters, Florence Johnson, Margie Devalk, and Lavern Landry; brother, Floyd Aydt; and many nieces and nephews. Evelyn married Martin Lehn at the Sacred Heart Church in Robbinsdale on November 23, 1926. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM Tuesday at St. Andrew's Catholic Church, 566-4th St., Elk River. Visitation 4-8 PM Monday at St. Andrew's and one hour prior to service at church on Tuesday. Interment, St. Andrew's Catholic Cemetery. Memorials preferred to the St. Andrew's Building Fund. Dare's Funeral Home 763-441-1212

Ringgaard Larry Nels Ringgaard was born on July 15, 1943 in Vulga Township, Brookings County in South Dakota to Merle C. and Edith D. (Larson) Ringgaard. He grew up in Badger, SD and graduated from Arlington High School. He fell in love with Shirley Bowman and they were united in marriage on July 31, 1964 in Badger. Together they lived in a number of areas in South Dakota prior to moving to Edina in 1969. They moved to Bradford, MN in 1976 and lived there until moving to Zimmerman, MN in 1991. For the last four years Larry has worked for GJ Smith Excavating. He loved fishing, and also enjoyed hunting and horses. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; his sons, Kevin and his wife, Laura of Elk River, Kelly of Zimmerman, and Keath of Princeton; 5 grandchildren, Jennifer, Christopher, Ryan, Amanda, and Kayla; his mother, Edith in South Dakota, and his brother, Eudale and his wife, Carol, also in South Dakota. He was preceded in death by his father. Larry passed away on Friday, November 21, 2003 near Zimmerman at the age of 60. Visitation Monday Dec. 1, 2003 one hour prior to the 11:00 AM memorial service in the Williams-Hanson-Kaun Funeral Home, Princeton. (763) 389-1131

Walter William F. 'Bill', age 73 of Mtka, formerly of Winona, MN. Preceded in death by mother, Helen; sister, Kathryn; and brother, Bobby. Survived by loving wife of 49 years, Barbara 'Bobbie'; children, Karen Jo, Patrick (Kathy), Kristine (Bob), Falk, and Gretchen Sperry; 5 grandchildren, Nichole, Alex, Danielle, Bridgette and Willie; father, Carlus; sisters, Mary Dreas, Therese Schiller, Barbara King, and Charlotte Ritter; and other numerous family and friends. Graduate of St. Mary's University in Winona, MN and Siebel Institute, Chicago, IL, proud former Marine, Vice President of Peter Bub Brewery, active and honored Winona Jaycee, President and owner of Lake Region Beverage, Former President of Minnesota Beer Wholesalers Association, board member Opportunity Workshop. Head usher and active church member for 30 years at St. Therese Catholic Church. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday Nov. 26, 2003, St. Therese Catholic Church, 18323 Minnetonka Blvd. in Deephaven, at 11 AM. Visitation Tuesday Nov. 25, 5-8 PM at the church with sharing stories of Bill's life at 7 PM. Visitation also one hour prior to Mass. Memorials to St. Therese Catholic Church. Huber Funeral Homes Excelsior Chapel 952-474-9595

Green Marvin R. Green, 67, of Red Wing, retired sales supervisor of Star Tribune, died Friday, Nov. 21. Funeral will be 11 am Tues. at Svea Lutheran Church, Hager City, Wis. A celebration of Marvin's life will be Monday from 5-8 pm at Mahn Family Funeral Home, Bodelson-Mahn Chapel in Red Wing. Memorials to Fairview RW Hospice, Metropolitan Boy's Choir or Svea Lutheran Church. Mahn Family Funeral Home 651-388-3343

Gospodor Gloria J., age 69, of Minnetonka passed away Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003. Full notice to follow. Washburn McReavy Edina Chapel 952-920-3996

Callahan Cyril James (Cy), born August 17, 1917; died November 8, 2003. Preceded in death by brothers, Gene and Paul. Survived by loving family including sister, Mary Callahan Berman (Leonard) of CA; brothers, Patrick (Barbara) of NY, and Thomas (Kathleen) of CA, as well as sisters-in-law, Janet Bramhall of CA and Mary of White Bear Lake. Also survived by 20 nephews and nieces, and many grand nephews and grand nieces, each of whom was his favorite. Served as an officer with Eighth Air Force in England during World War II and at Scott Air Force Base during Korean War achieving the grade of Captain. Long a resident of Minneapolis, Cy worked in many capacities for several vending machine firms. Cy gained his airplane pilot's license before WWII and was the 'first flight' pilot for many relatives and friends. During his last years, the nurses and staff at the Minnesota Veterans Home lovingly cared for Cy and his last days were comfortable and happy. A Memorial Mass will be held on November 28, 2003 at 10 AM at the Chapel of Peace, Minnesota Veteran's Home, Minneapolis followed by cremains interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery at 1 PM. Family requests memorials in lieu of flowers to the Minnesota Veterans Home. Cremation Society of MN 612-825-2435

Lundquist Leonard, age 85, of Graceville, MN. Services 11 am on Tuesday, November 25, Siloah Lutheran Church, Rural Graceville. Visitation 5-8 pm Monday at the funeral home in Graceville. 320-839-2588

Carlin Eugene J. Carlin, 80, Wayzata, formerly of Mpls & Foley, died Nov. 21. Preceded in death by wife, Mildred, April 19, 1989; brothers, Bernard, Marcellus, Timothy and John; and grandson, Nils Beeman. Survived by his sons and daughters, Michael, Sparta, WI, John (Chris), Apple Valley, Marcellus, Chanhassen, Jerome (Carla Butz), St. Paul, Jude (Mary), Whitefish Bay, WI, Emma (Chris Buck), Eden Prairie, Mary (Ted) Ramlet, Walnut Creek, CA, Monica Beeman, Eden Prairie, and Son Hui (Paul) Baker, Robbinsdale; sisters and brothers, Maurice, Santa Rosa, CA, Gerald, Calistoga, CA, Celine Watters, Mound, Ann Mulcrone, Shakopee, Mariette Brummel, Seattle, WA, and Florence Schuldt, Elk River; and 17 grandchildren. Visitation 9:30 - 10:30 am Tuesday at the church. Funeral services Tuesday 10:30 am at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Sauk Rapids. Interment parish cemetery. Eugene Carlin was born July 1, 1923 in St. George Twp., Benton Co., MN to John F. and Ida (Latterell) Carlin. He was a US Army Veteran during WWII working as a surgical assistant for an Army Hospital in France and later operating troop trains. He married Mildred Hudnall Sept. 3, 1949 in Greenville, Miss. He was a graduate of St. John's University. He moved back to St. Cloud from Mississippi in 1950 and then to Mpls. in 1955 where he was employed for 33 years by the Mpls. Health Dept. The family is grateful for the care Eugene received in recent years as a resident of Hillcrest Health Care and most recently for the Hospice care at North Memorial. Thank you for the care and dignity you extended to Eugene. Your efforts, care and attention are noticed and appreciated. Memorials preferred to North Memorial Hospice. Foley Funeral Home, Foley, 320-968-7111

Cote Doris Mae, age 89 of Mpls. Preceded in death by husband, Edward. Survived by son, Bill (Judy) Cote & daughter, Beth (Bill) Arsenault; grandchildren, Dan, Trudy, Kris (David) Odom, Terri (Matt) Johnson, Mary (Scott) Rannells, Suzie (Jeff) Herzog, Jeannie (Patrick) Trussell & Katie; great-grandchildren, Megan, Alex, Jake, Kara, Emily, Max, Sam, Ian, Billy, Eddie, Lucy, Ella, Abby, Kate, Sophie, Will, Luke, & Nate. Memorial service 4 pm Tues. Nov. 25 at Cremation Society of Minnesota, 7110 France Ave. So., Edina. Memorials preferred. 952-924-4100

Adair Richard F., age 86, of Richfield. Complete notice later. Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226 www.morrisnilsen.com

Horan Leona St. Claire Fagan Horan passed away on November, 21, 2003 at the age of 84. Survived by son, Jay (John Joseph Patrick) Horan Jr.; daughter-in-law, Maureen Phillips; and grandchildren, Alexis and Ashley Horan. Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Leona served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. She was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, John Joseph Horan, Sr. She and John spent most of their lives in Pennsylvania. Leona was an artist, lover of music and song, and a voracious reader. A quick-witted Irish woman with an infectious laugh, Leona lived every day of her life fully with a remarkable spirit of adventure. She and her husband, John, traveled together extensively throughout their lives. Her greatest passion, however, was for her son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren for whom she had unconditional love and endless devotion. A private memorial service for her family is planned. Her ashes will be interred with her husband's in Arlington National Cemetery. Memorials preferred to hospice.

Huston Ronald M. Huston, born May 27, 1941. Passed away peacefully on November 21, 2003. Former employee of Hitchcock Industries (28 yrs). Preceded in death by his parents, Emerson and Virginia Huston; sister, and 2 nephews. Survived by his life-time partner-caregiver, Joyce; children, Scott (Kerri), Shawn (Jennifer), Stacy (Tony), Shelley (Richard) and Sherri (Doug), and their mother, Carolyn Huston. Also Sue and children, Michael and Bev. 11 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; brothers, Kenny (Renae) and David (Dorothy); sisters, Susie (Bob) and Katie (Chopper). Other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral Service Tuesday, Nov. 25, 11 am at the Werness Brothers Funeral Chapel, 2300 W. Old Shakopee Rd., Blgmtn. Visitation Monday, 5-8 pm and one hour prior to service. Interment Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. A special thank you to all the nursing staff at Bloomington Health Care Center. Memorials preferred Werness Brothers Bloomington Chapel 952-884-8145 dignitymemorial.com