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Continued: Products made for die-hard Twins fans -- to the end

  • Article by: JIM ANDERSON , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 18, 2014 - 11:31 PM

The Twins urn stands as a vivid reminder of her mother’s lively personality, warm memories that help nudge away the grief and the closeness of her parents, she added. Her Mom died just a few months after Ted Arnold, her husband of 56 years, had passed away. “She died of a broken heart,” Arnold-Walker said. His ashes now mingle with hers.

“She was just a riot when it came to the Twins,” said Arnold-Walker. “Hopefully, she’s resting in there now.”


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  • Scott Mueller of Mueller Memorial said an urn or casket like these Twins-themed models “changes the conversation” and puts smiles on grieving people’s faces.

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  • Mueller said the casket has generated some interest, and he has sold two of the Twins urns.

  • Said Scott Mueller of this Twins-themed casket, “As we slip from kind of a real traditional generation into the baby boomers, you’re going to be seeing more of this.” He said such products can help put grieving families at ease at a difficult time.

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