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Ahlberg, Victor Neil OCTOBER 28, 1938 JUNE 13, 2018 Age 79, passed away in Raleigh, NC. Victor was born in Minneapolis, MN; to Walter and Elva (Chandler) Ahlberg. Victor and his wife Shirley (Purinton Martin) of 30 years, owned and worked together at Ahlberg Water Gardens. They were known for the many beautiful koi fish ponds they built in the area. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; daughters: Cynthia and Jennifer Ahlberg, both of Minnesota; step-children: Jesse Martin, George Martin, Dennis and Pamela Martin, Dr. Gordon and Shanna Martin and Amy and Scott Winstead; granddaughters: Michelle Ahlberg, Meredith Gretch, Taylor Winstead & Kendall Martin; siblings: Maxine Belina, Derrill Macho (wife Nancy) and Dennis Fisher; sister-in-law: Nancy Ahlberg, and other family and friends. Preceded in death by his brothers: Richard and Donald Ahlberg.
Arne, Jean Mandery 86, of Lincolnshire, IL formerly of Edina, MN passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on June 16, 2018. She was the beloved wife of 61 years to Robert; loving mother of Susan (Robert) Schnell and Scott (Maria) Arne; and dear grandmother of Jack, Kate, and Meg Arne. Interment will take place at 9:30 am on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, MN. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Arthritis National Foundation.
Bauer, Anthony Lee It truly saddens our family to announce the untimely passing of an amazing father, husband and friend, Anthony "Tony" Lee Bauer. To many, he was known simply as "T-bone". Tony passed away unexpectedly on June 13th, 2018 as a result of complications from a motorcycle accident that occurred on May 4th, 2018. Tony is preceded in death by his parents Hank and Mary Bauer and brother Paul. Survived by his wife Wendy and children Brody and Juneau. Sister Karen Budzon, mother-in-law Sue Prosser, father-in-law Jim Arnold, sister-in-law Verna Prosser, brother-in-law Vern Prosser (Andrea), nieces, nephews, great nieces/nephew. A celebration of life service will be held on Tuesday, June 26th at 11:00am with visitation one hour prior and a lunch to follow at Hosanna Chapel located at 9600 163rd Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044.
Buettner, John Bernard born 1/28/29 passed 6/19/18 at Mercy Hospital with Jackie & Jerry at his side. Arrangements pending. Cremation Society of MN Brooklyn Park 763-560-3100. Full notice Sun.
Cagle, Gary Ray St. Paul, MN Gary Cagle was born August 21, 1938 in Missouri and died on June 18, 2018 just shy of his 80th birthday. He will be greatly missed by his many friends and family - Sally Cagle his wife of 55 years, Catherine Cagle his daughter, Theo Kindermans his son-in-law, and Iris Charvat his sister-in-law. A Celebration of Gary's Life will be held on Thursday, June 21st at 1:00pm, at Michael Servetus Unitarian Society, 6565 Oakley Drive NE, Fridley, Minnesota. Gary grew up in the small town of Aledo, Illinois where his parents Robert Cagle and Lois Cagle were very active in their rural community and instilled that value of 'giving back' in their son, who was the light of their life. After Gary graduated from Aledo High School, he attended Monmouth College where he received his undergraduate degree and met Sally Cagle whom he fell in love with and married. They both pursed their graduate education in Bloomington, Indiana, and where Gary did his doctoral work in philosophy. He had taught classes at Kansas State University, Indiana University and Grinnell College. Gary had a curious and creative mind, always seeking new knowledge and eager to apply and share that discovery with others. He was a joyful person whose excitement was contagious. He both loved music and art while being talented in both areas himself. He was a gifted teacher who was very happy teaching classes ranging from a university computer class, a new technology/software for a corporate client or reading a good book to the youngest members at the Unitarian fellowship. He loved teaching watching for that 'ah-ha' moment and applying his wit and good humor made learning fun and interesting regardless of the topic. At Indiana University he transformed from the Philosophy Department to newly forming computer laboratory connected. It was there he discovered computer pro-graming by working in the lab learning to programs on punch cards before switching to the first interactive touch screen personal computer called 'Plato.' He was on the cusp of the evolving new field of computer technology and he eventually left Indiana University to pursue a computer teaching and development in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, where he worked for Control Data and later his own consulting business. Gary's love of computers was topped only by his love of family and friends. Gary and Sally loved taking road trips, camping and bird watching together. Many of their trips involved following specific migratory birds and provided some amazing road trips. They also enjoyed trips to South Africa, Alaska, Europe, Canada and most recently Ireland. Gary was a man who could not pass a historic marker on the way without stopping to read it. He loved bicycling, especially to Al's Breakfast in Dinkytown and shared the joy of bicycling with his daughter Catherine. Gary believed in giving back to his community. He was a member of Michael Servetus Unitarian Society since 1976 serving the fellowship, doing what was needed. He also delivered Meals on Wheels and was an AARP Senior Tax Preparer. Gary Cagle lived a happy and full life; he will be greatly missed.
Cieminski, Nick Age 78 of Rush City, formerly of St. Louis Park. Longtime Delta Air Employee. Survived by wife Carol; sister Valerie Fielitz of Chicago. Mass 11 AM Sat. (Tomorrow) with 1 hr visitation prior at Sacred Heart Church of Rush City. Olson Chapel 320-358-4735 FuneralAndCremationService.com
Cline, Judy Kaye Age 72 of Edina. Preceded in death by father, Orval Fagre. Survived by husband, Charles; sons, Timothy (Yana), Brad (Michelle); grandchildren, Julia, Raphaele; mother, Agnes Fagre; sisters, Cleo, Caroline, Barbara; loving relatives and many friends. Memorial Service Saturday at 12noon at Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave. S. Visitation one hour prior. Private interment. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family. Morris Nilsen Chapel 612-869-3226 morrisnilsen.com
Curran, Dr. John M. Passed away unexpectedly due to a major cardiac event Saturday, June 16, 2018 at his home in Minneapolis. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness. John Matthew Curran was born August 11, 1946 in Peoria, IL. He graduated from Aledo High in 1964, received BS from St. Ambrose in 1968 and Doctorate of Veterinarian Medicine from Iowa State in 1971. John and his brother Bernie co-founded Scott County Animal Hospital in 1976. He had thoroughbred race horses and was part of American Association of Equine Practitioners. John's personality filled a room and brought smiles to those around. He made friends easily, never judging others. He gave generously of time and money to support those in need. He participated in Alcoholics Anonymous for many years. John never gave up on anyone, including himself. He enjoyed fishing, travelling, Minnesota sports, and time with grandchildren. He appreciated the finer things in life. Others describe John as a thinker, teacher, and seeker. He was constantly planning his next adventure and sought the best life had to offer. He was a great man and will be missed by many. Survivors include his children: Amanda Curran, Davenport, IA, and Matthew Curran, Minneapolis, MN; his significant other, Jacqueline Linton, Minneapolis, MN; as well as numerous loving extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his son Mark Curran and his brother Dr. Bernard Curran. Condolences hmdfuneralhome.com
Ebert, John A. "Jack" 87, of Medina, passed away on Father's Day, June 17, 2018. He was the founder of Ebert Construction. Jack was an avid golfer, woodcarver, stained glass- and leather worker. He was available for anyone who needed help; he was a handyman for anyone. Preceded in death by parents, Albert and Evelyn Ebert; son-in-law, Danny John Olson. Survived by loving wife of 67 years, Joyce; children, Judy (Lowell) Strehler, Jackie (Larry) Aldrich, Greg (Tina) Ebert, Cindy (Scott) Larson and Teri Ebert; 16 grandchildren and 12 1/2 great grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11am Saturday, June 23 at the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, 155 County Rd 24, Medina. Interment Holy Name Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour prior to Mass. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Ridge-view Hospice, 501 S. Maple St. #1, Waconia, MN 55387 in Jack's memory. Gearty-Delmore 763-553-1411 gearty-delmore.com