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Mervin Ronald Knutson,
87, of Gold
Canyon, AZ, and formerly of Fisher and Moorhead in MN, died Saturday, August 4,
2018, at Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, AZ. Mervin was born on October
1, 1930 in Fisher Township to Clifford and Anna (Johnson) Knutson. Mervin grew
up on the family farm, was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith, and
graduated from Fisher High School. On July 29, 1950 he was united in marriage to
Doris Elaine Anderson in Fisher. Mervin farmed for several years and later
worked in the maintenance department at Riverview Hospital in Crookston. In 1975
Doris and Mervin moved to Moorhead where Mervin was employed at Concordia
College, retiring as chief engineer of heating and cooling in 1995. Mervin and
Doris enjoyed spending summers at their lake home on Long Lake, near Detroit
Lakes, MN, and winters in Arizona. Many wonderful memories were made at the lake
and Mervin loved taking everyone out for pontoon rides. In 2001 the couple
became permanent residents of Gold Canyon, where they enjoyed visiting with
neighbors and making new friends. The couple were former members of Fisher
Lutheran Church in Fisher and Christ the King Lutheran Church in Moorhead, and
had been attending Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Gold Canyon. Doris passed
away on May 22, 2011. Mervin was a very loving husband, father, grandfather, and
great-grandfather and will be sadly missed.
Mervin is survived by 3 children: Peggy (Harlow) Grove of Climax, MN, Mark Knutson of Houston, TX, and Michelle (Scott) Moltzan of Vero Beach, FL; 5 grandchildren: Jeremy Grove of Climax, Justin Grove of Lake Park, GA, Jenny (Andrew) Pederson of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, Mariah Moltzan of Fargo, ND, and Austin Moltzan of West Fargo, ND; and 2 great-grandchildren, Nora and Isla Pederson. Mervin also leaves a niece and 3 nephews: Nancy (Dan) Erickson of Chisholm, MN, Curt (Kim) Knutson of Fisher, Rob Knutson of Steamboat Springs, CO, and Scott (Bonnie) Knutson of Fisher; and many other relatives and friends. In addition to Doris, his beloved wife of 60 years, Mervin was preceded in death by his son, Dennis, who died on December 15, 2002; parents, Clifford and Anna Knutson; brother and sister-in-law, Clayton and Donna Knutson; and parents-in-law, Harry and Viola “Babe” Anderson. May God bless Mervin’s memory.
A memorial service for Mervin Knutson will be held at 7:00 pm, Friday, August 24, 2018, at the Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home in Crookston with The Rev. Karen Young Trenne, officiating. Visitation with the family will be from 5-7:00 pm. Inurnment will be in the Fisher Lutheran Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be given in Mervin’s name to the Fisher Lutheran Church.
Donald Arthur Swenson,
87, of Crookston,
MN, passed away early Thursday morning, August 16, 2018, at the Villa St.
Vincent in Crookston with family at his side.
Don was born on November 30, 1930 in Gary, IN, the son of Gust and Anna (Bakken) Swenson. As a toddler he came with his family to Crookston. Don was educated in Crookston public schools and graduated from Central High School in 1948. He was united in marriage to Theresa Rose Perreault on September 20, 1949 at the St. St. Anthony Catholic Church parsonage in Terrebonne, MN. Don and Theresa made their home in Crookston all their married lives and were blessed by the births of their 3 children: Jeanne, Daniel, and Duane. Don, together with his father, Gust, and brother, Kenneth, co-founded Gust Swenson and Sons in 1948. The company specialized in the design and manufacture of sugar-beet and other agricultural equipment vital to the success of area growers. They took great pride in creating the first sugarbeet cart, which aided greatly in getting the beets from the field to the trucks for transport to the factory.
Gust, Don, and Kenny, and their families, were each honored by the Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association for their significant contributions to the sugarbeet industry. Don and his brother, Kenny, were also jointly honored as part of the Ox Cart Days Parade a few years ago, recognizing their many contributions that helped make Crookston a great place to call home. Don was a former trustee and 62 year member of Eagles Aerie 573, and a member of the Volunteer Fire Department for 20 years.
After Don retired from Gust Swenson and Sons he spent the next 20 years working for the Strata Corporation, helping maintain their equipment and working as a designer and welder. He officially retired at the age of 86 in 2017. Sadly, Theresa passed away on February 19, 2018. The family is comforted by the knowledge that Theresa and Don are together again, and reunited with their grandson, Michael, and other loved ones.
Don and Theresa looked forward to spending time with family at their cabin on the Upper Red Lake, near Waskish, MN. Don would go hunting every chance he got, and together he and Theresa would fish for walleyes. Evenings around the campfire were all about the stories Don would tell his grandkids; some true, some not so much, but all very entertaining. When everyone went to their campers to settle in for the night he would go around and scratch on the windows and make growling sounds, at the same time both scaring and delighting the kids, and creating wonderful memories for each of their grandpa. Don’s family and many friends are grateful to have shared in his life. Blessed be the memory of Don Swenson.
Don is survived by his 3 children: Jeanne (Rodney) Meyer of Hillsboro, ND, Daniel (Bonnie) Swenson of Crookston, MN, and Duane (Vickie) Swenson of Independence, MN; 9 Grandchildren: Matthew Meyer, Nathan Meyer, Amanda Meyer, Christopher Meyer, Joshua (Jill) Swenson, Andrew Swenson, Jeffrey Swenson, James Swenson and Thomas Swenson; and 3 great grandchildren: Garrett Meyer, Claire Meyer and Sam Meyer. He is also survived by his 4 siblings: Kenneth (Susan) Swenson of Crookston, Joan Buchhop of Detroit Lakes, MN, Lorrayne Rogers of Minneapolis, MN and Russell (Florence) Swenson of Grand Rapids, MN; 4 sisters-in-law: Louise Oxley of Hurricane, WV, Martha Harty of Milwaukee, WI, Merlyn Perreault of Red Lake Falls, MN, and Virginia Perreault of Morris, MN; his dog, Lucky, who was more like family than pet; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
In addition to Theresa, his beloved wife of 68 years, Don was preceded in death by their grandson, Michael Allen Swenson, who died on January 27, 2001; his parents, Gust and Anna Swenson; parents-in-law, Nap and Amanda Perreault; brothers-in-law: Maurice Buchhop, Ronald Rogers, David, Harvey, Vern, and Leo Perreault, Mike Harty, Ben Oxley, and Severin Gauthier; and sisters-in-law: Sr. Germaine Perreault, Lucy Gauthier, Harriet Perreault, and Erma Perreault Skala.
A memorial service for Donald Swenson will be held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, August 21, 2018, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston with Very Rev. Vincent Miller, officiating. Visitation with the family will be at the Cathedral on Monday from 5-7:00 pm, with a 7:00 pm prayer service and time of sharing, led by Deacon Dennis Bivens, and visitation also from 10-11:00 am Tuesday. Inurnment will take place in the Calvary Cemetery, Crookston.
Kilmer Christopherson, age 65, of McIntosh, MN, passed away on Monday, August 13th, at his home after a courageous battle with cancer. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, August 20th, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Fosston with Father JohnMelkies Suvakeen and Father Dave Super Concelebrating. Interment will be in St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery Hansville, rural Fosston. Visitation will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with a Rosary at 5:30 p.m. followed by a 6:00 p.m. prayer service on Sunday, August 19th, and for one hour prior to the service on Monday. All visitation will be at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Fosston. Arrangements are with the Carlin Funeral Home, serving McIntosh. Messages of condolence may be sent at . Kilmer Morris Christopherson was born on October 4, 1952 in Fosston, Minnesota to parents Kilmer and Ruby Thompson Christopherson. He grew up and attended school in McIntosh. Kilmer worked in the family restaurant business in McIntosh, did mechanic work in town and also helped area farmers with their field work. Kilmer was united in marriage to Dianne Cullen on October 26, 1990 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in McIntosh. After their marriage, they lived and raised their family in McIntosh. He worked at custodian at Win-E-Mac School for several years until his retirement. Kilmer enjoyed going to auction sales, woodworking, deer hunting, working on lawn mowers and tinkering in his garage. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family. Survivors include his wife, Dianne, of McIntosh; two daughters, Jill (Brett) Schulz of Crookston, MN, and Samantha (Corey) Rasmussen of Grand Forks, ND; two grandchildren, Katelynn and Taylor Schulz; father and mother-in-law, John and Louise Cullen of Fosston; sisters and brothers-in-law, Lynn (Bromley) Carr, Bonita (Jeff Cole) Cullen, Donna (Alden) Skadsem, John Cullen, Dan Cullen, and Edward (Lynne) Cullen; and one sister, Marcy (Al Bauer) Wessman. Other relatives also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents; and mother-in-law, Jan Cullen.
Morris “Morrie” Howard Hovelsrud, 92, of Fairfax Township, rural Crookston, MN, passed away at his home Sunday morning, June 24, 2018, surrounded by his loving family.
Morrie was born on his parents’ farm in Fairfax Township on April 7, 1926, the son of Lawrence and Anne (Carlson) Hovelsrud. He was baptized and confirmed at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Crookston and received the earliest years of his education at nearby Country School 123. He then attended Franklin Elementary School in Crookston through the 6th grade, ultimately graduating from Central High School as a member of the Class of 1944. After high school he began delivering Standard Oil products throughout the area. On June 2, 1948 Morrie was united in marriage to Twyla Aurora Julianna Hanson in Crookston. After living in Crookston for 2 years they moved to Fairfax Township. While moving a few more times over the years, they always remained within the Township limits. Together, Morrie and Twyla raised their three children: Cheryl, Pam, and David in a very loving home. He operated Morrie’s Standard Service Station in Crookston until 1967, when he became the Transportation Manager for the Crookston Public Schools. Morrie held this position for over 22 years before retiring in 1989. He was called back to work later and continued to drive part-time until his second retirement in 2011, at the tender age of 85. It would be safe to say that during his career he more than likely drove well over 400,000 miles.
In addition to being a lifelong member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Morrie had been an active member of the Jaycees as a young man. He enjoyed playing solitaire and loved to tell all who would listen how he once dealt himself a perfect hand which was quite a feat. He and Twyla enjoyed playing whist with their Fairfax neighbors and friends for many years. Morrie’s other interests were many and varied, including hunting, listening to the radio, working around the yard, lending a hand where help was needed, and being inventive in his shop, which is where he came up with his “great ideas” for do-it-yourself projects. He will be fondly remembered for his sharp wit, fairness, warmth, kindness, humility, easy-going fun-loving nature, respectfulness, understanding, and compassion. Morrie was at his best and happiest when spending time with Twyla and family, and was especially proud of the character and accomplishments of their kids and extended families.
Morrie is survived by Twyla, his beloved wife of 70 years; their three children and spouses: Cheryl and Sam Hartman of Waynesville, NC, Pam and Doug Sorensen of Maple Lake near Mentor, MN, and David and Emelia Hovelsrud of Park Rapids, MN; 9 grandchildren: Todd (Deanne) Strausbaugh, Troy Strausbaugh, Marc (Jeni) Sorensen, Paul (Yumiko) Sorensen, Daniel Hovelsrud, Maija Hovelsrud, Thelma Jepsen, Astvaldur Gujonsson, and Vignir Hovelsrud; 8 great-grandchildren: Nick (Angela), Tom (Rachel), Ben, Kalyn, Gage, Cole, Ella, and Tyeki; and 3 great-great grandchildren: Lily, Hunter, and Rowan. Also surviving are 3 sisters, Lorraine Tattle of St. Cloud, MN, Lois Bagley of Crookston, and Joan Westlake of Detroit Lakes, MN; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence and Anne; 2 sisters and their spouses, Betty and David Armacost and Norma and Gerhard Ross; and 3 brothers-in-law, Jim Tattle, Emil Bagley, and Bob Westlake. May God bless the memory of Morris Howard Hovelsrud.
A memorial service celebrating the life of Morrie Hovelsrud will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Crookston at 2:00pm, Monday, August 20, 2018, with The Rev. Elise Pokel, officiating. Visitation with the family will be for one hour prior to the service. Inurnment will take place in the Oakdale Cemetery, Crookston. Memorials may be given in Morrie’s name to Trinity Point, c/o Trinity Lutheran Church, 205 S. Broadway, Crookston, MN 56716.
Ronald “Ronnie” Hanson, 81, of Ada, MN, died Tuesday August 14, 2018, at the Halstad Living Center, Halstad, MN. Funeral: 11:00AM Friday, August 17, 2018, at Grace Lutheran Church, in Ada. Visitation: One hour before the service at the church. Burial: Ada Municipal Cemetery, Ada, MN.
Arrangements with Fredrikson-Ganje Funeral Home
Ada, Minnesota (218-784-4600)
76, of Red Lake Falls, MN passed away peacefully on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at
Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, ND with her loving family at her side.
Memorial service will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at Johnson Funeral Service in Red Lake Falls, MN. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service.
Doris May Kellison was born on October 12, 1941 in Billings, MT the daughter of Theodore and Ethel (Card) Kellison. She attended school in Billings. She worked at the Stockman Café in Billings with her mother.
On January 26, 1962, Doris was united in marriage with Ralph Routier at her parent’s house in Billings. They lived in Billings for a short time before making their home in Euclid, MN in 1962. To this union four children were born, Joyce, Roy, William and Robin. Twelve years later, the family moved to Mentor, MN and Doris enjoyed staying home raising her family. She also worked out driving potato truck for Hagen Farms and cooked at Marcoux Corner. Most recently she was a cook at Seven Clans Casino near Thief River Falls, MN.
Doris enjoyed working in her flower and vegetable gardens. She canned and froze much of the produce, and also went through the woods picking berries and made jellies and jams. Doris and Ralph enjoyed traveling back to Montana on occasion and driving through the countryside visiting different casinos.
She was friends with everybody and had a fighting spirit. Doris was willing to help everybody. She also loved the animals.
Survivors include her husband of 56 years, Ralph of Red Lake Falls; Joyce Hoppe of Thief River Falls, Roy Routier of Fountain, CO, and William Routier of Thief River Falls; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister, Sharon (Richard) Walters of Billings, MT; and many other relatives and friends.
She is preceded in death by her daughter, Robin; parents; brother, Jim Kellison and sister, Marion Storey.
Condolences may be sent at www.johnsonfuneralservice.com
Rhonda L. (Delong) Brewster, age 56, of Crookston passed away August 7th
at Altru Hospital surrounded by her family. Funeral services will be held at
11:00 am, Monday August 13
at the Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Chapel. Visitation will be from 10:00 to 11:00
am the day of the service at the funeral home. A private family burial will take
place at a later date in the Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Crookston.
Rhonda was born to James and Deloris (Goulet) Chambers on May 5, 1962 in Cavalier, ND. She was raised there until 1970 when the family moved to Newman, GA. While in Georgia, Rhonda worked at Woodcraft and also was a fine baker of cakes and cookies. She stayed there through 1999. Rhonda then moved to Crookston, MN where she worked as a homemaker and raised her children. While living in Crookston, Rhonda met and eventually married Charles Brewster on March 21, 2007.
Rhonda enjoyed cooking, bingo, playing with her grandchildren, being a mother, working on crossword puzzles, and watching cooking and game shows, along with football. Rhonda will be remembered for being a loving mother and grandmother. She had amazing inner strength and was accepting of all people. She was a dedicated Atlanta Falcons fan. Rhonda was always smiling and having fun with her family. She was known to many friends and family as Mama B.
Rhonda is survived by her children, Bruce Delong, Crookston; Geoffrey (Kelsey) Delong, Crookston; Charles Brewster, Crookston; Ciara (Joshua) Ballard, Grand Forks, ND; Jordan Brewster, Fargo, ND ; Jasmine (Marcos) Rodriguez, Crookston; Jaleesa Delong, Wahpeton, ND; Alexandia Delong, Crookston; and Asliyah Brewster, Crookston; grandchildren, Madeline, Mason, Cobi Delong, Annabella Delong, Elaina, Martin, and Marcos Rodriguez, and Marckevin Rodriguez Jr; mother, Deloris Chambers, Crookston; sisters, Karen Chambers, Crookston; Sheila Delong, Crookston; Lynne Neville, England; and brother John, Crookston, MN.
She was preceeded in death by her husband Charles Brewster, father, James Chambers, grandparents, Joseph and Lena Goulet; aunt, Louise Foster; uncles, Louis, Josesh Audrey, Joseph Andrey Goulet.
Mervin Ronald Knutson, 87, of Az, passed away Saturday in Gold Canyon,
AZ. Visitation with his family will be held at the Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home
, Crookston, MN, on Friday, August 24, 2018 from 5 to 7:00 pm, with a 7:00 pm
prayer service. A complete obituary will be available at a later time.
Charles Frank Armstrong, 80, of Crookston, MN, passed away
Monday afternoon, August 6, 2018, at the RiverView Care Center in Crookston with
his loving family at his side.
Charles was born on September 24, 1937 to Lee and Frances (Novak) Armstrong at their home in Roseau, MN, and grew up on his parent’s farm near Euclid, MN. In 1955 Charles graduated from the Northwest School of Agriculture in Crookston, also known as ‘The AC.’ He was the captain of the “Aggie” cross country team and a two-year letter winner in the sport. After graduation Charles was employed by the Pioneer Steamship Company for 2½ years, traveling on the Great Lakes delivering iron ore, coal, and grain to various ports. He worked hard and saved his money, and upon his return purchased a ¼ section of land from his father and began farming. While continuing to farm, in 1960 he also began working for the American Crystal Sugar Company in Crookston. His career with Crystal would span over 40 years until his well-deserved retirement.
Charles was united in marriage to Janet Eleanor Hill on April 20, 1962 at the First Presbyterian Church in Crookston. Charles and Janet were blessed by the births of their 3 sons: Rodney, Rick, and Kevin. They made their first home in Crookston before moving to the farm at Euclid. During a 5-year period in the mid-1960’s Charles served with the MN National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve. In the fall of 1981 they moved from the farm back to Crookston.
The family spent many wonderful summers with their camper at Rogers Resort on the Upper Red Lake. Charles enjoyed deer hunting on the home place near Euclid, and fishing with family and friends every chance he got. He was a longtime member of the First Presbyterian Church in Crookston, Euclid American Legion Post #539, and Crookston Eagles Aerie #873. In April of 2012 Charles and Janet were honored at a Golden Wedding Anniversary celebration held at Fisher, MN. The day was wonderfully planned by their daughters-in-law, Deb and Wanda and many beautiful memories were made. Charles was a loving husband, father, and grandfather who will be very sadly missed.
Charles is survived by Janet, his beloved wife and best friend of 56 years; their 3 sons: Rodney Armstrong and wife, Deb, of West Fargo, ND, Rick Armstrong and Kevin Armstrong and wife, Wanda, all of Fisher, MN; and 7 grandchildren: Shannon, Faith, Lindsey, Karen, Josh, Madison, and Logan. He is also survived by 4 siblings: Dave (Rosie) Armstrong of Euclid, Agnes Sellin of Red Lake Falls, MN, Ellen (Walley) Johnson of Detroit Lakes, MN, and Nancy (Galen) Peterson of Fort Collins, CO; 3 sisters-in-law, Janet “Dolly” Armstrong of Lander, WY, Ginney Armstrong of Thief River Falls, MN, and Lorraine Armstrong of Breckenridge, MN; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lee and Frances Armstrong; 3 brothers: Joe, Harry, and Art Armstrong; a sister and brother-in-law, Esther (Medi) Cota; and 2 brothers-in-law, Henry Cota and Jim Sellin. May God bless the memory of Charles Frank Armstrong.
A memorial service for Charles Armstrong will be held at 10:00 am, Friday, August 10, 2018, at the Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home in Crookston, MN with The Rev. Elise Pokel, officiating. Visitation with the family will be at the Funeral Home on Thursday from 5-7 pm, with a 7 pm prayer service and time of memory sharing, and visitation also for one hour prior to the funeral. Military Honors will be provided by Euclid American Legion Post #539 and the MN National Guard Honors Unit of Moorhead, MN. Inurnment will be in the Oakdale Cemetery, Crookston.
Llewellyn Matthew “Lew” Hanson, of Moorhead, MN, and formerly of Crookston, MN, died unexpectedly at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo ND on August 5, 2018 at the age of 80. His family surrounded him with love and prayers while his spirit left his body.
Lew is survived by Marlene, his beloved wife of 55 years; their 5 children: Wendy (Chris) Leines of Loretto, MN and their children: Kelcie, Kale and Katie, Kim (Chris) Smith of Savage, MN and their children: Jessica & Alison Stanislowski, and Skylar and Blake Smith, Lori (James) Conway of Moorhead, MN and their children: Ashley Ehlers, Kirby Conway, Cassidey (Wayne) Fields, & Andrew and Tyler Conway, Teri (Michael) Bauck of New York Mills, MN and their children: Zachary, Brady & Isabella, and Lew Jr (Anna) Hanson of Fargo, ND and their children: Beau, Rylee, & Savannah Hanson & Logan Murnion; his brothers, Richard (Marilyn) Hanson of Stephen, MN and Walter (Pat) Hanson of Emily, MN; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Lew is preceded in death by his parents, Andrew & Madeline Hanson; his grandson, Jordan Stanislowki; and parents-in-law, Walter and Alice Prozinski.
Lew was born on May 7th, 1938 in Warren, MN to Andrew & Madeline (Wosick) Hanson. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church and graduated from Stephen High School in 1956. Lew spent his junior year of high school as a student at the Northwest School of Agriculture, known as the AC, in Crookston. He enlisted in the US Navy on July 16, 1956 and served on the USSC Franklin D. Roosevelt. His duties included working the flight deck, getting jets into the air and assisting them in landing safely. Following his honorable discharge on September 12, 1960 he worked for a few years in Minneapolis. Lew was united in marriage to Marlene Faye Prozinski of Anoka, MN on July 6, 1963. After moving to Crookston in 1967 Lew was employed at Elk River Concrete. He later farmed for several years near Middle River, MN. In 1990 he began working for Transit Tech of St. Cloud, MN, delivering new buses from New Flyer in Crookston and Pembina, ND to cities throughout the United States. He loved to travel the US and Canada. Over 8 years, the couple welcomed 5 children into their home and taught them independence and to always follow their dreams. He was a man of a few words but each child and grandchild knew with the look of his gentle grin how much they were loved.
Lew was accomplished at woodworking and loved to hunt and fish in his younger days. Over the past 13 years he and Marlene loved to travel to Weslaco, Texas, where they spent their winters enjoying the company of friends and Lew playing cards. When winter was over he couldn’t wait to get back to Moorhead, MN, where he and Marlene made their home for the past 3 years, and to see his children, grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren, Cayson Pinsonneault of Wahpeton, ND, and Ava Conway and Gigi Hidilago, of California. Lew was an active parishioner of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston from 1965 until moving to Moorhead, where he attended St Joseph’s Catholic Church. Lew was an active member of Crookston American Legion Post 20, a member and past president of the 40 & 8, and the Sportsman Gun Club, and enjoyed hunting and fishing with family and friends. Vegetable gardening was a lifelong passion that he was able to keep doing until the present time. May God bless the memory of Lew Hanson.
Mass of Christian Burial for Llewellyn Hanson will be celebrated at 11:00 am, Thursday, August 9, 2018, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston with Father Nate Brunn, presiding. Visitation will be for one hour prior to the funeral. Interment will take place at 2:30 pm Thursday afternoon at St. Stephen’s Catholic Cemetery, Stephen, MN, with Father Luis Buitron, officiating. Military Honors will be provided by Stephen American Legion Post 390 and the US Navy Honors Team from Minneapolis, MN.
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