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Victor, Rodney, Maurice, and Jim Six sisters: She was preceded in death by her husband Charles on December 31, , 1 brother George, and her parents Sherman and Mildred Nelson Roderick.
Funeral services will be 10A. Burial will be in Round Lake Cemetery. Visitation will be 6 to 8P. Wednesday at McGregor Funeral Home with a prayer service at 7: Guestbook for Anna Marie Johnson 0 Entries. She grew up and attended schools in New Richland graduating in She married Lloyd H.
Nemitz on July 22, at New Richland, Minnesota. They lived in the New Richland area and farmed. In they moved to Aitkin were they worked for the Land O???
Evelyn also worked as a waitress and Bartender in the area for 23 years. She enjoyed sewing, quilting and playing cards. She is survived by 2 sons: Ruth Johnston of Blue Springs, Mo. Lloyd Schumacher of Albert Lea, Mn. Shirley Studnicka of Waseca, Mn. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Lloyd in and 1 brother Michael Schumacher.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Burial will be in the Ft. Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis. Guestbook for Evelyn Marie Nemitz 1 Entries. George Boyd Jr, Native Name: Bebiskaneyaash, age 69 of McGregor died Sunday, July 25, at his home. He grew up and attended schools at Sawyer, Mn. He then drove truck for most of his life. He drove truck for the Mille Lacs Band for the past 10 years. Prior to that he had worked as a supervisor for the Mille Lacs Casino.
They have lived in the McGregor area since their marriage. He is survived by his wife Patricia Boyd of McGregor; 2 sons and daughters in law: Tanya and Robb Hallquist; 2 sisters: He was preceded in death by his parents: George and Susan Boyd, brothers: The wake will beginning at the center Wednesday at 8 PM. Burial will be in the Sandy Lake Burial Grounds. Guestbook for George Boyd Jr. She was born June 11, in Kanawha, IA.
She and her husband Leonard were longtime residents in the Aitkin area but lived in the Minneapolis area for many years where they were married December 21, at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Robbinsdale. Credella was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She loved her family and made all of them so comfortable no matter how many were at their table. She loved the Lord and prayed always that all of her family would be joining her and Leonard at their dining room table at their mansion in the sky.
She loved gardens and had more than one of them. Everything from rhubarb and currents to potatoes and squash. She just loved to can and freeze all of her precious goodies so she could share them. She also loved to bake and of course had to have dessert with every evening meal. She and Leonard along with their children had a dairy and hog farm in the area which is now called New Hope. The children will verify that is where the huge gardens were. Credella did a lot of volunteering in her lifetime.
She loved to teach Sunday school, volunteer for the Billy Graham Assoc. Her favorite role in life was that of a grandmother. Every summer the grandkids would take their turns at spending time at Nord Lake. Their grandpa and grandma would spoil them rotten and then send them home to their mom and dads. Real memories were made at Nord Lake. She will be greatly missed by her family and many friends.
Everybody knew her by her beautiful smile and grand laugh. God bless you mom, and save a place for us at your table. Credella is survived by 2 sons and daughters-in-law: One daughter and son-in-law: Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the Reverend Gunnar Salmonson will officiate.
Burial will be in Dorris Cemetery. Guestbook for Credella Michaletz 0 Entries. Nicholas ''Nick'' Patrick Nicholas A. He grew up and attended schools in Aitkin graduating from the Aitkin High School in He then went to work for the Scorpion Company in Crosby. He Married Vicki L. Torgerson on February 12, at Crosby, Minnesota. Army from March of to April of He then moved back to Aitkin and worked for the REA. He eventually bought a semi and started trucking. He worked for Blomberg Oil Co. He then worked on his own for about 25 years retiring 2 years ago.
He was a former member of the Aitkin American Legion Post and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He is survived by his wife Vicki Patrick of Aitkin; Children: Cox; 6 brothers and sisters: Paul and his loyal dog Little Bear. He was preceded in death by his parents. Burial will be in the Spencer Cemetery. Tollerud, age 93 of Tucson, Arizona, formerly of the Tamarack area died July 3, at her home in Tucson.
Donna was born August 21, in Minneapolis, Mn. After WW II they moved back to Chicago where Donna worked in retails sales until she got her real estate license in She was successful at selling estate and she and Elmer purchased a number of rental properties that served them well through the years leading towards retirement.
In the early ??? Donna Loved to fish, travel, and coming to Minnesota and spending time with her sister Doree and attending the family reunions. She is survived by daughters: Norman Silcox; Lauren Tollerud; sister: Daryl Shoben; Marci L. Chris Bergquist, Michael J. Dewey; 7 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, and Husband of 59 years.
Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the services at the church. Memorial to the Multiple Sclerosis Society are preferred in lieu of flowers. Guestbook for Donna I. Margaret was united in marriage to Veldon Lantz on March 3, in Aitkin. She is survived by son Phillip Kathy Lantz 2 Daughters: Marjorie Lantz and Sherry Don Miller Grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and many friends.
Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the 1: Burial will be in Spencer Cemetery. Guestbook for Margaret V. She enjoyed dancing at Pow Wows, playing basketball and volleyball and being with her family. She was a kind and funny person with a sense of humor that will be missed. Grandfather Warren Kingsbury, Jr. Harry and Liza Durant, Great-uncle: Roger Durant 2 great-aunts: Mable Thompson and Harriet Durant Visitation will begin at 5: Guestbook for Passion Hard Heart 0 Entries.
He lived in Duluth and Grand Rapids, Mn. He graduated from Roosevelt High School in In September of he enrolled at Hamline University in St. While at Hamline, he married Dorothy K. Strand in Virginia, MN. His teaching career, which included coaching baseball and basketball, started in Arkansaw, Wi. Next, he spent thirty six years in Aitkin, Mn.
High Social Studies, Driver Education, and coached football, basketball, and track as well as serving as Athletic Director. He completed is Master??? Cloud State University in and continued his service at Aitkin Jr. High School by being asked to fill the position of Jr.
High Principal from to For the next fifteen years he worked as the Jr. High School Counselor and retired in June of He is survived by his wife Dorothy Conner of Makinen; Sons: Michael Edee Isle, Mn. He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister Caroline G. Troland, brother in law: Alfred Troland, and infant grandson Paul Conner. Interment will be in the Lakeview Cemetery at Aitkin. Guestbook for William L.
She attended schools at Thor and Minneapolis. Katherine owned and operated the theaters until After the death of her first husband, she later married W.
Jacob who also preceded her in death. Katherine was passionate about the care and protection of animals and was active with both the Humane Society and PETA. She enjoyed playing polkas and waltzes and had been a member of several small bands where she played steel guitar and accordion. She is survived by 4 nephews: Guestbook for Katherine Jacob 0 Entries.
Radke, age 61 of Kimberly died Sunday June 13, at his residence. He attended schools at Owatonna, Minnesota before moving with his family to the McGregor area at the age of He married Susanne M. Miller on June 29, at Kimberly. They lived in the Twin Cities for about four years before moving to Kimberly.
They have lived there since. LeRoy had served on the Kimberly Township Board, played softball in the over 35 league in Aitkin, enjoyed hunting, fishing, making maple syrup and operating his saw mill. He loved spending time with his grandchildren. Richard Radke of Woodbury, Mn. Eileen Kangas of Cass Lake, Mn. Guestbook for LeRoy H. She moved with her family to the Waukenabo area at the age of one. She attended the Waukenabo School. She then worked for a time in Cloquet.
She also played guitar and sang at dances in her younger days. She married Chester Seibert on March 21, at Aitkin. They lived in Buffalo, Minnesota for a short time and then moved to Aitkin where they raised their family. Mary had worked at the Aitkin Community Hospital in the Late ??? She had lived in Palisade from to and then moved back to Aitkin.
She enjoyed gardening, embroidery, crossword puzzles and had been a member of the Rossburg Bible Study Club. She loved her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and dedicated much of her time to them. She is survived by 6 sons and spouses: Raymond Mary Seibert of Isle, Mn.
Sally Anderson of Brainerd, Mn. Halgrimson of Palisade; 31 grandchildren, over 40 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren. Guestbook for Mary Seibert 0 Entries. Lillian Koffron Clark, widow of Rev.
Lillian was born July 25, in Minneapolis where she grew up and attended schools. She married Harold A. Clark on December 18, in Minneapolis. They served United Methodist Churches in Minnesota in the following communities: Lillian worked as a registered nurse or a nursing home administrator in many of these communities where they had served.
She had held various offices at the local, district, and conference levels of the United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women. She enjoyed traveling, camping, fishing, reading, scrabble, nature, social issues and watching the Twins. Lillian is survived by four children and spouses: She was preceded in death by her parents and husband Rev.
Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the time of service. Memorials are preferred in lieu of flowers to the Fellowship of Reconciliation or any United Methodist Church or Mission of your choice or plant a tree in her memory.
To contact the family, condolences may be sent to P. Box , Aitkin, Mn. Guestbook for Lillian Koffron Clark 0 Entries. Olga was one of the last charter members of the Glen Community Church where she was secretary and taught Sunday school for many years. She attended Isle of Pine grade school through the 8th grade.
In later years she served hot lunches there and also at the Clear Lake school. She was employed as a clerk in the fabric department at Grandpa Butler??? She was preceded in death by her parents and sister Anna. Olga is survived by her 2 nieces: Samuel, Wayne, and Maxwell Todd 2 great-great nieces: Aubrey Todd and Karin Beck Many loving cousins and friends, who were all very special to her.
Olga so appreciated her work, loved her church, family, and friends. She will be missed and we will always be thankful for her and cherish the memories. Funeral services will be 1: Burial will be in Malmo Cemetery. Visitation will be 2 to 4P. Guestbook for Olga Margaret Westerberg 0 Entries. She was born August 17, near St. At the age of nine, she with her parents and Brother James moved near Alexandria, Mn. When she was a junior in high school, they moved to Esquagama Lake north of Aitkin.
She graduated from the Aitkin High School in She taught school in Aitkin County for 36 years. She started out in one room school houses, and later moved to the Palisade School, then to Aitkin and Rippleside schools and then back to Palisade where she retired in She had received her Bachelors degree from UMD in They lived east of Palisade for about two years and then in December of moved south of Palisade and developed a homestead.
She was a member of the Aitkin Seventh Day Adventist Church where she served as church organist for 50 years along with other church offices.
She and her husband had been members of Marantha Volunteers International. They traveled to other countries and in the USA building churches, schools and orphanages.
She is survived by 2 daughters and sons in law: She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Harlan in and brother James McPhail. Burial will be in the Fleming Cemetery. Guestbook for Marjorie F. She grew up and attended schools in Minneapolis. She married William M. Boughton on November 2, in Minneapolis. They made their home in Minneapolis until retiring to the Aitkin area in She has lived here since.
She was a member of the VFW Auxiliary. She is survived by 4 sons and spouses: She was preceded in death by her parents, Husband, and 1 brother Kenny. Interment will be in the Mound Cemetery in Minneapolis at a later date. Guestbook for Lorraine E. Daniel Phillips, age 50 of Aitkin died unexpectedly on May 24, We are excited to help you plan your meeting or event. We know that it will be a wonderful success! Request more information about hosting a meeting or event at Mystic Lake Center.
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