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Lois Clark Peysar of Aitkin 7 grandchildren, two great grandchildren and many friends. Guestbook for Allan Roy Wredberg 0 Entries. Living Facility in Kasson, Minnesota. Guestbook for Maria H. He enjoyed working on Hit and Miss Engines and he was a master craftsman when it came to building these engines. He grew up and attended schools in Aitkin and worked on the family farm when his father passed away.

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He graduated from Aitkin High School. He was employed as a Chrysler Auto Parts Manager for 30 years in the Twin Cities prior to moving to the Aitkin area where he worked for Tanner Motors until his retirement. He is survived by his wife Carol of Aitkin 3 daughters and sons-in-law: Mike Cheryl of New Brighton Pat of Champlin grandchildren, two great-grandchildren 2 brothers and sister-in-law: Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the 1: Reverend Judy Clark will officiate.

Guestbook for Frederick Wold 0 Entries. Phyllis was born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota on February 29, She was the fourth and last child of James and Mary Christesen. She received her education in Grand Rapids graduating from High School in Her life-long love of music surfaced when she began singing in 6th grade.

She studied piano and violin from seventh grade through high school. Phyllis was an accomplished seamstress and cook. When her two sons started school, she began pursuing her passion of oil painting. She also taught home group Bible study classes for 15 years after she met the Lord at age At Bible study during her early years as a Christian someone asked,??? How do you want to be remembered????

She responded saying that she hoped those who knew her could say,??? She always tried her best to do God??? In while she was singing in a church she met a young man named Norm Reinertson. They were married in Fargo, N.

The couple celebrated their 50th anniversary n June of , with a family celebration held in Minnesota. That was a very special time for Phyllis. At the time of Phyllis??? She is survived by her husband Norman Reinertson of Rosebud, Mont. Joey and Josh Reinersten of Minnesota and nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 sisters: Neary, Mary Anne Warren; 1 brother: Funeral services were held Wednesday August 22 at Forsyth, Montana. Frank Lynn Patrick Sr. He grew up in the Wealthwood area were he was raised by his foster parents Henry and Margaret Schanno. He farmed with his wife in Spencer Township. They were married for 55 years at the time of her death in April of Frank was 17 when he enlisted in the United States Navy. He was then called back into active service for the Korean War where he was stationed in Jacksonville, Florida from January 3, to November of He is survived by sons and daughters in law: Butch and Ione Patrick of Rice, Mn.

Kathy Patrick of Richfield, Mn. Paul; 18 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; step brothers: Bob Patrick of Ladysmith, Wisc. Patsy Avery of Forest Lake, Mn. Edna Patrick and Margaret Walz and Brothers in law: William and Godfrey Dotzler and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife Mary Ann, and infant son, his parents, Foster parents, brothers: Honorary pallbearers will be: In December of at the age of she moved with her family to the Cedar Brook area and then to Aitkin in March of She graduated from Aitkin Public School in On June 16, she was united in marriage to Reuben Edquist.

Alice went back to teaching in starting in Bennettville then Wealthwood and Butts all for one year each. In she taught 5th grade at Deerwood Elementary School for 8 years. During this time she was taking college courses part time from the University of Minnesota, Duluth graduating in She started teaching 5th grade at the Aitkin Ripple Side Elementary School in until her retirement in She was a 50 year member of the Aitkin Rebekah Lodge serving in most offices and was past Noble Grand.

She was preceded in death by her first husband Reuben in December of , three sisters Mabyrn in , Margaret Hawley in , Helen Drake in , one brother Harold Hawley in Her father in and mother in Her second husband of 17 years Arvid Hansen died December 28, She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law: Harold Dorothy of Jarrettsville, MD. Adam, Maddie and Logan 3 sisters-in-law: Myrtle Edquist and Eleanore Skatt both of Aitkin.

Funeral services will be 2: Visitation will begin at Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery, Aitkin. Guestbook for Alice Edquist Hansen 0 Entries. On April in Minneapolis he was united in marriage to Nancy Bergstrom. He was assistant manager at Freedom Gas Station, Aitkin. He is survived by his wife Nancy 2 daughters and sons-in-law: Carol VanSyckel of Burnsville 1 brother and sister-in-law: Myron Marqurite of Conroe, TX.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother Lowell, and 1 brother-in-law Arlo. Reverend Gunnar Salmonson will officiate. He grew up and attended schools in Aitkin. He is survived by his wife Sue of Belen, N. Nicole and Tina of St. Robert of Austin, Tx. Terry of Brainerd; 2 brothers: Paul and John of Kenosha, Wisc. He was preceded in death by his uncle Matthew Tibbetts; grandfather: Memorials are preferred to the family.

He was born November 4, in Orienta Twp. He moved with his family at a young age to Minneapolis where he grew up and attended schools. He also attended Dunwoody Institute. Navy from to Upon his discharge he returned to Minneapolis and married Ireene H. Naslund on June 22, The lived at Lexington Village, until moving to St.

Charles, Illinois in There Leonard worked for a stamping company for a time and then he founded and owned Fox River Stamping Co.

Upon his retirement he and his wife Irene moved to the Aitkin area where they built their log home in the early ??? They were very active in the building of their dream home.

He is survived by 1 sister: Leona Cote of Coon Rapids, Mn. Eleanor Baack of Minneapolis; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife Irene in , and 2 brothers. Rebecca May will play the organ and Rick Perry will sing???

How Great Thou Art???. The congregation will sing??? Children of Our Heavenly Father???. Burial will be in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery.

Visitation will be held 1 hour prior to the services at the church on Sunday. She was born October 25, in Prairieburg, IA. Neta was united in marriage to Harold N. They moved to Wealthwood in In her early years she farmed and then worked as a cook and waitress but her main interest was???

She enjoyed gardening , fishing, and her card club. She is survived by four sons and daughters-in-law: Beverly of Great Falls, MT. Ronald Connie of Aitkin 3 daughters and sons-in-law: Twenty-five grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, five great-great-grandchildren Besides other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold on January 14, , grandson Michael, and her parents. Reverend Judith Clark will officiate. Burial will be in Ft.

Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis. Guestbook for Neta D. She was born May 8, in Minneapolis to Henry O. She is survived by her husband John of McGregor 3 daughters and sons-in-law: She was preceded in death by her sister Joan Roy and her parents. Kris Morrow and Reverend Ron Simons will officiate.

Guestbook for Virginia May Simons 0 Entries. Hagquist, age 76 died Monday, September 17, as the result of a tractor accident near Malmo, Mn.

He moved with his family to the Malmo area in where his parents operated a farm. He enjoyed working with things mechanical and enjoyed fixing them. He operated the family farm for most of his life. Army from October to October Upon his discharge he returned to the Malmo area and continued operating the farm. Dennis married Phyllis M.

Hetterle on October 19, in Minneapolis, Mn. Dennis has served as the sexton of the Malmo Cemetery since He also was a former member of the Worldwide Church of God.

He enjoyed playing keyboard. He was a wonderful husband and will be dearly missed by his wife Phyllis. He is survived by his wife Phyllis of Malmo and numerous cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and 1 sister Shirley. Rick and Jackie Perry will provide music.

Visitation will be Sunday from Guestbook for Dennis A. She grew up and attended schools in the Malmo area. She married Vernon Mickelson on March 29, 43 in Aitkin. They made their home in the Aitkin area where she raised her family.

Once her children were grown she worked at the Riverwood Health Care Center in housekeeping for about ten years. She has resided in the Deerwood area since 91 when her husband passed away. She enjoyed Knitting, crocheting and doing beadwork. She is survived by: Debbie Mickelson of Coon Rapids, Mn.

Arliss Hill of San Antonio, Tx. She was preceded in death by her Parents; husband Vernon in 91, 2 children: Arthur Mickelson and Betty Lynn Mickelson. Interment will be at the Ft. To sign the Guest Book on-line and leave a memorial message, go to www. Guestbook for JoAnn Mickelson 0 Entries. He grew up and attended schools in Robbinsdale graduating from the Robbinsdale High School in They made their home in Brooklyn Park and he worked product development in office supplies for several Twin Cities based companies.

He has owned property in the Glen, Mn. Kenneth was a Ham Operator and enjoyed working with and fixing computers.

He is survived by his wife Donna of rural Aitkin; children and spouses: Scott and Christy Carlson of Rochester, Wash. Ronald Carlson of Ham Lake, Mn. Barbara Moen of Queen Creek, Arizona. Visitation will be from Noon to the 1 PM services on Saturday.

Friends may sign the on line guest register at www. Guestbook for Kenneth G. He spent most of his life in construction working in Greenland, Casablanca, Iran, Alaska and many other places. He was a member of the 49ers union. He enjoyed horses,gardening, fishing, hunting, and especially family and friends. He was a master story teller and had a great sense of humor.

Upon his retirement from Bolander Construction Co. Peggy Chester of Apache Junction, Az. He was preceded in death by his former wives: A memorial service will be held Monday, October 1, at The family prefers memorials. Guestbook for Wilson D. In in Aitkin, Donna was united in marriage to Donald R. He is survived by one son and daughter-in-law: Steve Tammy of Denver, CO.

Reverend Dallas Smith will officiate. Guestbook for Donna I. William David Rodger Jr. He was born March 26, the son of William Sr. He lived and worked in Minneapolis until moving to the Aitkin area in the early ??? He has lived here since. He is survived by 7 children and spouses: James and Connie Rodger of Centerville, Mn.

Karen Simonson of Aitkin; Many grandchildren and great grandchildren; 1 brother: He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Dianne in , 1 daughter Rosemary, and 3 sisters: Doris, Mary and Marian. Visitation will be 1 hour prior to services at the funeral home. Interment will be in the St. To sign the on-line guest register go to www. Guestbook for William D. When she was a young girl, the family moved to Dean Lake Township and later to Canada where she attended school.

They farmed there until Carl died in She sold the farm and moved to Arkansas to be by her sister in law. She became a federal meat inspector in the chicken industry. She later moved back to Aitkin to live with her daughter and son in law Reo and Jim Robertson. She moved to Maryhill Manor where she lived until She was known for making teddy bears and crocheting. She is survived by her daughter: Janet Salsbury of Los Angeles, Calf. Jim and Amy Robertson of Aitkin; Grandchildren: Linda Monse, Vicky Monse Miller, Jeanne Monse, all of Aitkin; 3 great grandchildren; 2 step great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; 1 step great great grandcild; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Carl, son Roger, daughter Mildred Reo ; 1 great granddaughter; 1 step great great grandson; and 9 brothers. Burial was in the Lakview Cemetery in Aitkin. Guestbook for Helen Wenzel 0 Entries. He worked as a building contractor since the mid ??? His hobbies were rock collecting and polishing, making jewelry, gardening and photography.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing, drag racing, and he loved his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Adeline 2 sons and daughters-in-law: Richard Cindy of Midland, TX.

Rob Shanna of Aitkin. Four daughters and sons-in-law: Terri Kautz of Goldfield, NV. Kautz and his parents. Benedict before returning to Aitkin to care for her mother and baby sister. Ryan, attorney, on June 27, Together they raised 6 children. She was a lifetime member of St. Carol enjoyed golfing and traveling with her husband Joe, but her faith, her family and her home were the focus of her life. She enjoyed gardening and cooking, but most of all she enjoyed tending to and visiting with her family and friends.

She is survived by her children and their spouses: Helen Ryan of St. Cloud; 17 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren; and sisters: She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Joe, 1 son Jack, daughter Anne, brother Dick Hassman and sisters: Charlotte Welshons and Corinne Lynch Peterson. A mass of Christian burial was held Monday, October 8, at St. James Catholic Church with Fr. Interment was in the St. Thomas Cemetery at Aitkin. Guestbook for Caroline Hassman Ryan 0 Entries.

He was born November 11, at Aitkin, Mn. He then worked driving truck for his father and the H. Upon his discharge he returned to the Thor community where he continued trucking and also farmed. He retired from trucking in and from farming in He was a member of the Aitkin County Cattleman???

He also participated in the Minneapolis Aquitennial Canoe Race from Bemidji to Minneapolis in where he placed 13th. He is survived by his wife Yvonne Hanson of Aitkin; 4 children and spouses: Kathy and Wayne Appel of Blaine, Mn.

Doris Nordean of Aitkin. He was preceded in death by his parents and 1 son Kraig Hanson. Ihleen Williams will play the organ and Bunny Vall will sing???

Just a Closer Walk with Thee???. How Great Thou Art??? The Old Rugged Cross???. Interment will be in the Saron Cemetery. To sign the online guest register go to www. Guestbook for Edwin R. He was born March 19, in Aitkin, Mn. He grew up and attended schools in Aitkin and worked on the family farm when his father passed away. He also worked in the woods and later for various construction companies.

He also worked for the Scorpion Co. He is survived by 1 daughter: Ann Klein of Brainerd; 2 sons: Willard Tibbetts of Aitkin; Seven grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents: Mildred, Margaret, and Jesse; brothers: Donald, James, George and wives Gladys and Florence.

Interment will be in the Lakewood Cemetery in Crosby. Guestbook for Albert L. He was born December 19, in St. Cloud to Percy and Jeroma Zenner Parsons. He was preceded in death by one brother and his parents. He is survived by his wife Bonnie of Aitkin 5 daughters and sons-in-law One son and daughter-in-law 14 grandchildren Two brothers and sisters-in-law 4 sisters and brothers-in-law His dog Daisy Mae, other extended family and friends.

Visitation will be 1 hour prior to the 11am??? Reverend Randy Stauter will officiate. Memorials are preferred in lue of flowers. Guestbook for James Parsons 0 Entries. Dorothy was born December 20, at St. She attended school in Osakis graduating from the Osakis High School in She married Aldyn Houger on October 31, in Osakis.

After marriage they spent most of their time living in Minneapolis, then moved to Aitkin in She then worked as a dental assistant. She was known for her outstanding soprano voice, singing solo??? She was also known for her excellent homemaking skills of Cooking and baking. She also had a very friendly, talkative, cheerful personality. She attended the Westside Church in Aitkin.

She is survived by 3 children and spouses: Dennis and Marilyn Houger of Robbinsdale, Mn. James Foley, Joy Olson; 2 great grandchildren: Kailei Houger and Kaleb Houger; cousin: Mildred Gjertson of Brainerd; sister in law: She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Aldyn, 1 sister: Helen Schmitt and 1 brother Don Glaiden. Memorials are preferred to Feed The Children Charity in lieu of flowers. Guestbook for Dorothy Houger 0 Entries. Wilson, age 76 of Tamarack died Wednesday, October 17, at his home.

He moved with his family at the age of two to Round Lake near Tamarack. He then worked with his father logging and cutting Christmas Trees. He served overseas in Germany. Upon his discharge in he came back to the Tamarack area and logged for a time and then moved to the Twin Cities where he bought and operated a grocery store for a time. He married Arlene E. Nelson on October 27, in Richfield, Mn.

They lived in Minneapolis for a time and then moved to Mora, Mn in where he owned and operated the Trading Post which dealt in new and used furniture and also antiques. He later moved the store to Grandy, Mn. He then sold the store and went to work for Coles Steel Equipment Co.

He then bought the Village Pump in Tamarack and operated that for 27 years retiring in Lavern loved people and especially loved his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Arlene of Tamarack; 2 daughters and son in law: Joan Wilson, brother in law and sister in law: Alvin and Betty Nelson.

He was preceded in death by his parents and 1 brother Wallace in Special music will be provided by Cheryl Meld and Bill Haapoja. Interment will be in the Round Lake Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers are the grandchildren. Guestbook for Lavern R.

She was born September 1, in St. Paul to Richard and Bertha Braun Cernohous. On April 10, in St. Paul Dorothy was united in marriage to Harlan Ehrler. Guestbook for Dorothy Ehrler 0 Entries. On April 10, 19 in St. Paul Dorothy was united in marriage to Charles Ehrler. He moved with his family to the Palisade area at an early age. He attended schools in Palisade. He farmed for a time and then served in the U.

Upon his discharge he returned to Palisade and married Lorraine H. Weimer on January 29, They lived in Aurora, Minnesota and then returned to Palisade in where they made their home and raised their family.

He helped Curt Weston log before he went to work for Woodland Container for 25 years until when he was disabled due to a car accident. He had also done Rock Work throughout the Aitkin area. He was a member of the VFW Post. He is survived by his wife Lorraine Mindrum of Aitkin; 7 children: He was preceded in death by his parents Ole and Mary and 1 sister Joanne, 1 great grandson: Luke Harwig, and step father Ted Quade.

Interment will be in the Waukenabo Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from Noon until the 2 PM services at the funeral home. Guestbook for Lamberth R.

He attended schools in South Dakota and then moved with his family to the Aitkin area at the age of He then attended schools in Aitkin. He helped on the family farm. They continued farming for 20 years. He then went into Refrigeration, air conditioning and heating and worked at that for 20 years retiring due to a disability. He enjoyed working on Hit and Miss Engines and he was a master craftsman when it came to building these engines. He was also a very active musician having his own band for many years known as Jake???

Rejection of state jurisdiction through exemption from P. As the Red Lake Tribal Council exercises their powers of self government, they do so by reason of their aboriginal Tribal sovereignty, not by the delegation of those powers from the Federal government.

Some Tribes, refusing to accept or act on the more basic principle of federal Indian law actively seek legislation that would further infringe on Tribal sovereignty. The proposed Gaming legislation is but one example of Tribal leaders who would compromise the sogereign sttus of not only their own tribes but that of all others just for personal gain or short term economic reasons.

It must also be recognized that sovereign authority is vested as a Tribal right and not an individual right. The People The people of the Red Lake Band use many of the modern day conveniences but still carry on the traditions of smoking whitefish and goldeye over open fires, harvest wild rice, have maple sugar camps and efforts are being made to revitalize the use of the Ojibwe language.

The traditions of naming children, funerals, ceremonies to honor the veterans and the Mdewiwin initiation and ceremonies still persist at the Red Lake Reservation.

The drum ceremony may be held for various reasons; to honor the seasons, in thanksgiving for a good harvest, or in successful fishing. The tradition of an all male singers has not changed. The young boys are taught the technique and words when they are very young figure 5. Women are not allowed within the circle of the singers but may stand outside the circle and sing. There has been changes in the music over the years. Today many singers have begun to use Ojibwe words in their songs.

The dress has jingles traditionally made out of Copenhagen snuff can lids. The metal lids are bent into cone shapes which are sewn on to the dress. Hundreds of cones on the dress jingle when the dancer moves. Floral designed beadwork figure 7 is also traditional amongst the Anishinabe people.

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians take great pride in the legacy of the Hereditary Chiefs, keeping the land for futuure generations and refusing allotment. Sports and the Community Basketball has always been a popular sport. Many community members have a long history of traveling along with and supporting the team. The Warriors have the distinct honor of having been one of the Minnesota teams selected to play an Australian National. Crafts The creative spirit has always been an integral part of Ojibwe culture.

Many of the traditional crafts continue today. Others such as pottery and basket making are being revived as we shed the impact of colonialism. Red Lake artists continue the long time traditions of beading, tanning hides, quilting, making flutes, designing dance outfits, and creating art work that reflects both past and present Ojibwe culture.

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