honoring your loved ones

Philip C.H. Ahn

6/7/28 - 11/18/06

Grace, mercy, and faith from your loving family.

  • Published on 11/19/2016

Hannah Marie Albright

6/16/92 - 7/21/94

I am very thankful for the many blessings in my life and you were one of my most treasured gifts. Your brief time here was life changing. I miss you. Love, Daddy.

  • Published on 11/24/2016

Allen C. Anderson

01/19/1947 - 11/27/2006

It has been 10 years. God has you in His keeping. We have you in our hearts. Chris, Missy (Tony) & your grandsons Jaxon (5) & Rayce (4)

  • Published on 11/27/2016


11/29/1935 - 11/25/2009

We will always love & miss you. Laura, Linda, Bob, Hannah & Holly

  • Published on 11/27/2016

In Loving Memory of

Allen J. Blake, M.D.

Nov. 11, 1916 - June 30, 1992

Beloved husband, loving father Kind, caring, and compassionate physician

  • Published on 11/11/2016

Timothy Cavanaugh

- November 22, 2014

Tim is greatly missed. He had a very giving heart and huge sense of humor. He will be loved and missed forever. With Love, Your Family.

  • Published on 11/22/2016

Donald Churilla

Nov. 22, 1929 - Nov. 21, 2015

We miss you for all the joy and happiness you brought. Your smile was worth a thousand words. You are forever in our hearts. Happy Birthday. We love you. Your Family

  • Published on 11/21/2016


3/31/68 - 11/13/96

We love and miss you more than words can say. You are forever in our hearts.

  • Published on 11/13/2016

Amber Dufresne

3/28/87 - 11/11/01

15 years, seems like yesterday.

  • Published on 11/11/2016

Arlene J. Erickson

April 14, 1935 - Dec. 5, 2011

So very special. Miss you. -- Me

  • Published on 12/04/2016

Thomas Ray Erickson

12/6/48 - 7/24/04

Tom, we all love you and miss you! Love, your family & friends.

  • Published on 12/06/2016

Joseph (Joe) Francis, Sr.

December 1, 1933 - April 14, 1994

Joe, there are no words to express how precious you are to us, your family. You were born in 1933, in a small farmhouse in Mazeppa, MN, with no central heat, and no running water. As a little kid, you shined shoes to help your widowed mother, brother, and sisters. You became the youngest barber in MN at the age of 17, because you wanted to earn as much as you could for your family. All your life, you always had a full time job, or two. You achieved so much, and your qualities of goodness and character built your success to a degree you never dreamed possible. You championed the little guys, the less fortunate. Your hard work and determination benefitted a lot of people, and even now, 22 years after your death, they are still writing me thanking me for all you did for them. I am so proud of you, as are your five children, your eleven grandchildren, and now, your great grandchildren, Melia Joelle and Gavin. We will always thank you, because everything we have today is because of you. You have achieved what you set out to do help people succeed. In the process, you have provided us with an exceptional life style for all of us. But much more important than any material gifts, you gave us a great example of how to live, always positive always optimistic, humble and grateful. You endured 23 cancer surgeries with a good attitude, and taught us how to deal with adversity taking it in stride, and never complaining. You are with us and we will be with you, in our hearts, always. Flo, and your children Joey, Susan, Barbara, Jeanne and Johnny. Your grandchildren Rachel, Benji, Adam, Monica, Sarah, Andrew, Brianna, Joe, Joseph, Lilly, and Anna. And of course, Joey's own granddaughter, and our great granddaughter and great grandson, Melia Joelle and Gavin Benjamin Francis.

  • Published on 12/01/2016