Today’s Obituaries Wednesday, September 18, 2019

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Cheryl (Steininger) Moore

Moore, Cheryl Steininger age 60, of Zimmerman, Minnesota, passed away on September 12, 2019 after a 9 year battle with Ocular Melanoma. A private gathering and celebration of life will be held for family members at date to further be determined. Cheryl is survived by her parents, Karen and Donald. She is further survived by her loving husband of 38 years Marcus Moore, her beloved children Kimberly Thompson (Troy) and Kevin Moore (Elena), brother Donald Steininger (Melissa), sister Christine Fakler (Mike), and several nieces and nephews.


Ronald D. 'Woody' Orinstien

Orinstien, Ronald D. "Woody" age 87 of St. Louis Park, passed peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on September 12, 2019. Survived by wife of 62 years, Marian; children, Matt (Sandy), Julie, Lynn (Jeff) Johnson and Greg (Maria); grandsons, Brandon, Danny, Grant, Sam and Luke; extended family and many loving friends. A veteran of the Korean War. Woody had many notable careers, Lockheed and Aerojet General (where he participated in the Space Program), then onto Control Data, eventually becoming a realtor with ReMax. Woody was a Golden Glove boxer back in the day and went on to become a respectable golfer. Above all else Woody loved and was loved by his family. He will be sorely missed but never forgotten. A celebration of life Thursday, Sept 19 from 5-8 PM at the home of his daughter, Lynn, 4124 Ensign Ave N, New Hope. Memorials preferred to the Animal Humane Society. A special thanks to Park Nicollet Hospice for their compassionate care of Woody and his family.


Susan O?Shaughnessy

O'Shaughnessy, Susan Age 71, of White Bear Lake, passed Sept. 15, 2019. Survived by husband, Larry; son, Marcus (Amanda) Bohn; grandson, Leland; brothers, Tim, Chris, Todd; other loving family and friends. Memorial Service at 11AM on Fri. 9/20 at O'Halloran & Murphy Funeral & Cremation Services, 575 S. Snelling Ave. Gathering at 10AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Animal Humane Society of MN. O'Halloran and Murphy 651-698-0796


Eva Mae Pelton

Pelton, Eva Mae On September 14th, 2019 Minnesota lost a die-hard Vikings football fan. Eva Mae Pelton, age 94, of Saint Paul, passed away peacefully in her own room and own bed. Eva was a feisty, energetic, and fun-loving woman who lived every day on her own terms. She touched many and will be missed by many. Eva helped the U.S. Navy build aircraft during WW II. She continued working in several other pursuits through age 87. Never quite ready to retire, she did so three times. She loved to travel and find interesting cuisine, although cheesy grits remained her favorite. Her tireless curiosity was evident in every conversation. Preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Cliff, and grandson, John. She is survived by daughters Terrianne and Anita, who miss her dearly. All of her family, sons-in-law Jim and Kirk, grandchildren Peter/Lesley, Amy, Erica/Chris, and Maxwell/Allegra, great-grandchildren Joe, Matthew, Abi, Jamey, Jacob, and Reagan will miss Eva's light and quirky sense of humor. Visitation, Sunday, Sept. 22nd, 4pm St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 4101 Washington St NE, Columbia Hts. Service to follow at 5pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Our Lady of Peace Hospice, 2076 St. Anthony Ave, St. Paul, MN.


Bill Petersen

Petersen, Bill passed away peacefully on Monday 9/10/2019 while receiving wonderful care at Friendship Village and surrounded by family. He was 97 years of age. Bill was preceded in death by wife Mary Elizabeth Petersen, in 1990. He was fortunate to find love again and married Mary Wyatt Petersen in 1999. Bill is survived by his loving wife Mary, daughters Christine (Mark) Robbins and Susan Petersen, and son Charlie (Diane) Petersen, and grandchildren Alison, Andrea, David, Will, Ross and Erik. He is also survived by Mary's children Cacky, Libby, Wiz, and Andy and their families. Bill was born in St Paul and attended the University of MN for medical school and advanced training. He loved the medical profession, his patients and colleagues. He was a pioneer in physician leadership and quality improvement. He was associated with St Thomas Univ. and his career was linked forever with his great passion, Abbott Northwestern Hospital. Mary and Bill would often smile and together say, "What a wonderful life". A memorial service will be held on Saturday 10/5/2019 at 10 am at Westminster Presbyterian Church in downtown Minneapolis.


Nat Reidel

Reidel, Nat On Saturday, September 14, 2019, Nathaniel "Nat" Christian Reidel passed away after battling pancreatic cancer. Nat was born on June 12, 1947 in Syracuse, NY to Joseph and Lillian Reidel. He graduated from Pebble Hill and received a degree from Curry College. Nat enjoyed life to the fullest and will always be remembered for his funny stories and the laughter that he brought to everyone. He was known for his quick wit, his infectious smile, and his kind and compassionate spirit. Many people benefited from his mentoring both professionally and personally. He found great joy in helping people. His passions were spending summers at the family cottage in Selkirk Shores, sailing in Rhode Island and Minnesota, his golfing buddies at Onondaga County Club and Wyndmere, traveling, fine wines, oysters on the half shell and crossword puzzles in ink. He was also an avid music lover and loved attending SU football and basketball games with his brother Danny. He was proud of his knowledge of history and could dominate any trivia night, which earned him the name "Mensa Man". Though his proudest title was being called Papa Nat, Opa and Natty by his nineteen grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Dee, his four children Mitchell (Laura) Reidel, Natalie (Adam) Brill, their mother Martha Schuster, Jill (Sean) Martin and Suzanne (Christopher) Williams. As well as, his two brothers Joseph (Kathy) Reidel and Daniel Reidel along with his cousins, nieces and nephews. There will be a private family celebration of his life. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the ARC of Onondaga County (arcon.org) or The Conservancy of Southwest Florida (conservancy.org).


Leroy A. Reinke

Reinke, Leroy A. age 82. Passed away Sept. 16. Preceded in death by his parents, Alvin and Hilda: brother, Eldon. Survived by his loving wife, Elisabeth (Betty); son, Dean (Cheryl Bradshaw): many loving relatives and friends. Funeral Service 11:00 am, Sat. Sept. 21, at Glory of Christ Lutheran Church, 4040 Hwy 101, Plymouth. Visitation 1 hour prior to service at church. Interment Parkers Lake Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial can be directed to the American Diabetes Association. Rettinger Funeral Home Long Lake-Orono 952-473-6954


Orville LeRoy Schuman

Schuman, Orville LeRoy age 89 of St. Michael, passed away Monday, September 16, 2019. Survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Glenora; children, Gordie (Sandy), Gayle (James) Wooster, Mark (Carleen); grandchildren, Jeremy (Amy), Joel (Robyn), Jacob (Tiffany) Wooster, Kelsey (Steve) Galonska, Adam, Amanda (Collin) Anderson; great-grandchildren, Cort, Keily, Lauren, Gage, Tate and Ryan; brother, Loren (Jeanne) Schumann; sister, LeAnn (Milan) Stender; brother-in-law, Gaylerd (Diane) Lieder; and many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Funeral service Monday, September 23, 2019 at 11:00 AM, with visitation beginning at 9:30 AM, at Salem Ev. Lutheran Church in Greenfield. Interment to follow at Salem Lutheran Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Salem Ev. Lutheran Church in Greenfield. The Peterson Chapel 763-497-5362 St Michael-Albertville Funeral Home thepetersonchapel.com


Earron Scott Shields

Shields, Earron Scott age 44 of Otsego, passed away Sunday, September 15, 2019. He was born October 18, 1974 in Kingston, NY, the son of Thomas Shields and Lucinda (McClurg). Earron graduated from Kingston High School with the class of 1992. He furthered his education, graduating from Ulster Community College in Stoneridge, NY. Earron worked in the mortgage industry and started Vanquish Companies where he worked in commercial construction and real estate. He successfully grew his real estate teams in Minnesota and Denver to be in the top 1% teams in the country, he was also coach and mentor. He was a member of SPAAR and Club Wealth. Earron's pride and joy was his son, Jacob, whom he loved with all his heart. He also enjoyed flying, traveling -especially to Florida, and time spent with his family in New York and friends all over the country. He was a very loyal man who loved deeply and will be missed by all who knew him. Preceded in death by his mother and step-father, Lucinda and Alan Daddezio. Earron is survived by his father, Tom (Lavonne) Shields of NY; son, Jacob Shields of MN; beloved dog, Booger; sister, Nicole (Nick) Daw; brother, DJ (Patty) Shields; step-sisters, Heather and Stephanie Daddezio; step-brothers, David and Chris Barnes; significant other, Morgan Anderson and her daughter, Kayli; his House Hunter MN and Denver Teams; numerous close friends, aunts, uncles, many nieces, nephews, extended family, and Ryan and Mona Edick who loved him like family. A celebration of life will be held Friday, September 20, 2019 from 3:00 to 7:00 PM, with a prayer service and time of sharing at 6:30 PM, at The Peterson Chapel, 300 Main St N, St. Michael, MN. 763-497-5362. Please also join Earron's family at the Liberty Bar in St. Michael from 7:00 to 10:00 PM for appetizers and more celebration. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Earron's son, Jacob. thepetersonchapel.com


Kevin C. Talbot

Talbot, Kevin C. age 58, passed away peacefully on September 1, 2019 at Agrace Hospice in Fitchburg, WI. Kevin was born on October 25, 1960 in Detroit, MI. He was the son of Roger and Rejeanne Talbot. He married Gayle Suess on June 23, 1984. They have a daughter, Ashley Talbot, and son, Kristofer Talbot. Kevin loved playing golf with his son, his Uncle Pierre, and good friend Mike (Dude). Kevin enjoyed talking with his daughter about work and helping her along her way. He loved to travel, drive, read, relax on the beach, and big dogs. Kevin is survived by his wife Gayle; daughter, Ashley Talbot; son, Kristofer Talbot; mother, Rejeanne Talbot; and brothers, Steve, Keith and Mark and their spouses. Many thanks to the wonderful doctors and nurses at St. Mary's Hospital as well as the SSM Cancer Care chemo nurses that cared for Kevin. A celebration of Kevin's life will take place on November 9, 2019 from 6-9 PM, Pleasant View Golf Course 1322 Pleasant View Rd., Middleton, WI 53562