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Noelle Marie Anderson

2/20/1993 - 1/7/1997

"Her absence is like the sky - spread over everything." C.S. Lewis Noelle, we love and miss you every day, Dad, Mom, Rachel, Jadyn & Heather


MARK C. BACKLUND

4/10/1978 - 1/15/2008

MARK C. BACKLUND 4/10/1978 - 1/15/2008 In loving memory of our son, brother, father, taken from us 15 years ago. We miss you every day. Mom, Dad, Melanie, Nathaniel, and all your extended family.


Marvin S. & Rose C. Baer

Death leaves a heartache that no-one can heal, but love leaves a memory that no-one can steal. Love The: Violette's - Baer - Meckle's Griggs' - Nyquist's - Skate's


Phyllis Bourgeois

January 12, 1938 - May 19, 2022

We love and miss you. Your family


Rick Brownlee

1-29-1953 - 8-24-2022

Remembering you on your birthday. Dave, Suzy, Anne, Pete, Sally


Gene Claflin

Dec. 8, 1927 - Jan. 21, 2013

It's been 10 years and we still love and miss you and think of you often. Joanne & Family


June Ellen Bryan Gieseke JuneBug

6/6/1932 - 1/30/2013

June Ellen (Bryan) Gieseke "JuneBug" 6/6/1932-1/30/2013 It's been ten years - hard to believe. You live in our hearts and show up in our lives in so many ways, and it's a joy. All our love always, Your Family


In Loving Memory

John William Johannes

12/5/1941 - 1/20/2020

My Dear John, You were the love of my life. When I was 17 I knew I would forever be your wife. I love how you loved me. Your love will live in my heart always. YOUR LOVING WIFE, SHARYN


Merrill & Marcia Kline

"She was a special girl". This was an endearing quote from my brother Merrill Kline in reference to his wife Marcia Kline who passed away in the Fall of 2017 at the too young age of 72. Merrill joined his beloved wife on July 9, 2021 at the age of 78. Their collective passion in life was travelling world-wide from work assignments with US Steel in Spain & Slovakia to exploring the Mayan ruins in Chichen Itza, Mexicoto park-land campsites along the boundary waters in Northern Minnesota. They were together alwayshand in hand. Merrill and Marcia's two sons, Michael and Brian, often travelled with their parents especially when they were young. When the family was not completing an assignment in Europe, they resided in a suburb outside of Pittsburg, PA. To this day, the two boys are devout fans of the Pittsburg Steelers even though they reside in Texas and CA, respectively. Merrill was one of 10 children to Albin (Sonny) & Mary Kline. The eldest 5 boys, including Merrill, went to De La Salle High School. The eldest 3 girls went to Saint Anthony of Padua. The two youngest went to Fridley Grace. Here is the pecking order: Arlene, the eldest girl Bobby, the eldest boy Ronnie, the entertainer Merrill, the peacemaker Jack, the Viet Nam vet Chuck, the most generous. Unfortunately, he passed away in 2013 Mary Lou, the Joan Baez sound-alike Elaine, the facilitator Albin, the youngest boy, has the distinction of having the same name as his dad Terry, the youngest girl, and the kindest It was once asked of Merrill to describe his favorite family outing. Unhesitatingly, he replied, the annual Detroit Lakes get-together with his five brothers. He was a family man in the true sense of the word. Merrill was the Senior Class President in 1964 of St. Mary's College in Winona, MN. A classmate of Merrill's from his college days at Saint Mary's, Judith Miller, advised that Merrill's nickname was "Plato". It aptly described a thinking mana good man. Rest in peace, Merrill and Marcia. We'll see you down the road.


Patricia A. Koehnen

10/9/31 - 01/17/98

Patricia A. Koehnen 10/9/31 - 01/17/98 It has been 25 years since you left us but you remain forever in our hearts. A heart of gold, A smile of pure joy, A kindness that was extended to all she knew. Greatly loved and deeply missed by her family & friends!


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