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Holum, Anne Dorthea (I5840)

(Udtraadt. intet Samfund) 
Nybakk, Anton (I3697)

A canyon breeze has extinguished the flame in the lantern of life for our grand woman from the high country. After 65 years of loving, nurturing, and in-spiring everyone she welcomed to her world, Shirley Emma Hansen passed gracefully from a life well lived June 30, 2001.

Born in her beloved Fountain Green, UT Aug 23, 1935 to Geraldine and Neil Draper, Shirley shined through her life as woman, friend, sister, wife, daughter, dedicated employee, entrepreneur, and canasta player. Her most cherished and endearing role was as the matriarch of our very extended family where she illuminated the world for all her children and grandchildren.

A void that can never be filled will be felt by Lorna, Bob, Neil, Pat, Richard B, DeEtte, Drew, Ben, Wendy, Melonie, Andrea, Darren, Dana, Cris, Terri, Randy, Alan, Kristan, Joshua, Todd, Jennifer, Ryan, Lindsey, Isabeau, Ian, Alex, Jacob, Cole, Danny, Sarah, Nicholaus, and countless relatives and friends to whom Shirley offered non-judgmental love and sanctuary.

Shirley brought wonder and magic to all of our worlds, she mystified us with her ruthlessness at spoons, charmed us with the melodies of Jim Reeves, and astounded us with her incredible and boundless devotion to her grandchildren.

Memorial services will be Thurs. July 5, 2001, 11 a.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 255 S. 200 E, Salt Lake City. Friends are invited to visit the family prior to the services 10-11 a.m. She will be then taken back to Fountain Green City Cemetary for a graveside service at 3 p.m. 
Draper, Shirley (I2729)

Ble vaksinert mot kopper 27. august 1908. 
Damlien, Einar (I3459)

Bor med faren sin søsken og familier. 
Jensen, Carl Christian (I5791)

Derle Radford Hansen, age 88, passed away January 11, 2008 at the St. Marks Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.

He was born January 17, 1919 in Fountain Green, Utah to Alfred A. and Caroline Hansen. He married Carol Francis Jackman December 26, 1953.

He is survived by his children, Kristy (Del) Wright; Kathy (Odis) Price; Mark Green; nine grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife, Carol; son, Terry; and parents.

He loved getting up everyday and walking down the road to have breakfast with his friends at the local McDonalds. He enjoyed his garden and canning his crops and sharing them with his whole family. He will be dearly missed by all who shared his life. He served in the Army during World War II.

Graveside services will be held at 12 noon, Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at the Levan Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Goff Mortuary, 8090 South State and at the Levan LDS church one hour prior to the services. Funeral directors, Anderson Funeral Home, Nephi, UT. 
Hansen, Derle Radford (I2712)

Edith Beth Call Blackett Rosquist Hanson, age 69, passed away June 26, 1994 in Nephi, Utah.
She was born June 26, 1925 in Nephi, Utah to Venus and Edith Garrett Call. She was adopted by Raymond and Leta Ault Blackett. She married Raymond Wayne Rosquist October 2, 1946; marriage later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died April 30, 1960. She married Levon M. Hanson December 11, 1971.She was an active member of the LDS Church. She held various positions in the church. At the time of her passing, she was the ward librarian and served as an ordinance worker in the Manti Temple.

She is survived by her loving husband and one daughter, Mrs. Craig (Marilyn) Kendall, a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gary (Nanette) Barrett, all of Nephi; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Jack (Koa) Hansen of Orem; Mrs. Bob (Claudia) Christensen of Richmond; Mrs. Steve (Camille) Iness of Dilly, Texas; 16 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by one son, Jeff L. Rosquist, one stepson, Russell Hanson and a brother, Lee Boswall. 
Call Blackett, Edith Beth (I2673)

Edsel Eugene Estey of Mahnomen, died on March 31, 2007 at St. Mary's Nursing Home in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. He was born January 8, 1925 to Frank Percy Estey and Carrie (Brown) Estey in Mahnomen. When his mother died in 1932, Edsel went to the Pipestone Indian Boarding School and then attended school in Flandreau, SD. Edsel joined the Navy but was medically discharged due to scarring of the lungs. He was later drafted into the Army where he served for three years as a paratrooper. He considered this to be the hardest part of his Army career. He was sent overseas to Europe aboard the Queen Mary. Edsel was shot in the legs at the Battle of the Bulge and ended up in a body cast. He then rode back on the Queen Mary to the United States where he was awarded the Purple Heart and the European Theatre of War Ribbon.
Edsel worked in Minneapolis at a machine shop with a ratio drill, making equipment for the war. He went to school at the Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis to be a machinist and after a few years, he went to school for watch making and repair. He worked on watches for five years before changing jobs and working for Monroc Calculating for 18 years and was transferred to Baltimore, Maryland. He also sold cars and in 1972 he started his own home repair business. After semi-retiring, Edsel moved his family back to Mahnomen where he continued home repair until he retired in 1976. He also built a home for this family in rural Mahnomen, south of Mah Konce corner.
Edsel met Norma Hauge when they were both 18; living and working in Minneapolis. They married on June 17, 1947 and had two children; Carol and David. In 1959 he was transferred to Sioux Falls, SD, where he set up an office for Litton Industries. Following that move, when their children were teenagers, Edsel and Norma took in a foster child, whom they named Michael and raised as their own.
Edsel and Norma took in many people over the years. Their home was a place where people liked to congregate. There were hunters who came to hunt, open houses for birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and holiday celebrations.
Edsel chaired the Minnesota Council of Elders for several years; also became involved with tribal politics and campaigned for District II Representative. At Edsel's death in 2007, he was survived by his wife, Norma; daughter Carol; sons David and Michael; four granddaughters; one grandson; and seven great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, one sister and one granddaughter. 
Estey, Edsel (I2921)

FAIRFIELD, William (Bill)

Of Otsego

Passed away on June 8, 2008 at his home. Born on October 16, 1940, he was the son of the late Clarence and Dorothy (Peterson) Fairfield. Cremation has taken place. A graveside service will be held 11 AM Saturday, June 21, 2008 at Mountain Home Cemetery in Otsego. Memorial contributions may be made to Wings of Hope Hospice Allegan County. Arrangements handled by the Avink Funeral Home 
Fairfield, William R. "Bill" (I5658)

Fay W. Hanson, born March 24, 1916; died on April 15, 2009.
Fay was born in Fountain Green, Utah to Joseph Emil Hanson and Elizabeth Ann Anderson.
He married Margaret Martin on September 24, 1941 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
He served in the U.S. Army in World War II in the European theater. Fay was a long-time resident of Murray. He built his own home there in 1950, and resided in that home until shortly before his death. He retired from Kennecott Copper Corp. after working in the refinery for many years.
He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He held many positions and was a faithful home teacher until shortly before his death. He was a good neighbor and a loving husband and father.
Fay is survived by his wife, Margaret, sons Mark Dale (Katriina) and Brent Lee (Debra), and daughter Susan (Kraig) Clawson. He was preceded in death by son Douglas Reid. 
Hanson, Fay W. (I2613)

Frederick Thrane Johnson died April 9, 2011 in Houston, TX. He was 86. His wife of 61 years, Pearl Lillian Johnson, preceded him in death on Dec. 7, 2008. She was 84.

Both Chicago natives, Pearl was born Dec. 15, 1923, the daughter of Fred and Pearl Brenk. Fred was born May 20, the son of Alfred Charles and Louise Thrane Johnson. Although they both graduated from the Carl Schurz High School, they first met on a blind date during their junior year at Northwestern University. Pearl graduated with a degree in Business and Marketing, and Fred finished his degree in Chemical Engineering after service in the South Pacific in World War II. As a second lieutenant in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, Fred was commissioned to command LST 675 that participated in the invasion of Okinawa, served on the USS Achilles and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. Letters kept their romance alive during the war, and they married in Chicago on Flag Day, June 14, 1947.

Fred began his career with the E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company of Wilmington, DE, where the couple eventually settled after working for duPont in Philadelphia PA and Houston, TX. During his 36 years with duPont, Fred specialized in colors, paints and dyes in the Fabrics and Finishes Division. He testified before Congress regarding hazardous materials and product labeling legislation and received the Industry Achievement Award for distinguished service in Occupational Health and Product Safety from the National Paint and Coatings Association. Even after retirement he was often called as an expert witness in his field for legislative and legal proceedings. Pearl worked as the Membership Coordinator and published periodic newsletters for the DuPont Country Club. She worked with the Delaware Association for the Blind transcribing books and manuscripts into brail and was an active Cub Scout leader. They retired in 1985.

Having lived in Wilmington, DE for more than 50 years, Fred and Pearl left behind many dear friends when they returned to Texas in 2008. They are survived by Fred's sister Margaret Curtis of Rolling Meadows, IL, and Pearl's sister Eleanor 'Sandy' Francis of Downers Grove. IL. Other survivors include three sons and their families: Fritz Johnson, Cynthia Fyfe and granddaughter Katie Moore of Dillingham, Alaska; Curtis Johnson, Donna Kolar, and grandchildren Matthew Bachop, Alex Johnson and Rachel Johnson of Richmond, Texas; and Robert and Lilly Johnson and grandchildren Evan and Erica Johnson of Covina, California.

Family and friends will gather for memorial services near Navy Pier in Chicago May 14. In the days before he passed away, Fred spoke of having an important appointment to keep with Pearl. We take comfort in knowing that they have now reenacted the iconic embrace of a sailor and a nurse depicted in Life Magazine's 1945 cover photo taken on V-J Day in Times Square, NY.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations in Fred and Pearl's names go to the Alzheimer's Foundation. 
Johnson, Frederick Thrane (I2747)

Gardbrugerenke med Selveiendom Solgt forskjelligs eiendele til livsophold 
Hansdatter, Elise Oline Marie (I4364)
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John W. Stephenson, 86, 201 Pine St., Neenah, died at b:45 a.m. today. He had been ill for three months. Born Nov. 16, 1880, in Chicago, he had attended Northwestern and Purdue Universities and was chief signal engineer for the Chicago Transit Authority most of his life. He retired from this position in 1952 and moved to California, where he became project research manager for North American Aviation in Los Angeles. He retired in 1957, and came to Neenah in 1959. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Neenan, Elisha Kent Kane Lodge No. 61, F and AM, and the Neenah Club. Survivors include his widow, Inga Thrane; one daughter, Mrs. John C. Bezinger , Neenah, and four grandchildren. The Rev. John E. Bouquet, D.D., will officiate at funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday in First Presbyterian Chapel. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. The Westgor Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Memorials to First Presbyterian Church will be appreciated. 
Stephenson, John W. (I2742)

Julian (Jake) Hansen, age 99, died peacefully at his home on July 4, 2008. He resided at 6142 Loukelton Circle in San Diego, California at the time of his death.
He was born September 19, 1908 in Fountain Green, Utah to Hyrum and Dorothea Hansen. Jake was raised in Fountain Green then moved to Murray where he lived until 1955 when he and his beloved wife, Hazel moved with their two children to San Diego, CA.
He is survived by his daughter, Karen Kaye Hansen of Grantsville Utah; six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents along with his wonderful wife, Hazel Mary Greatorex, and his son, Julian Edward Hansen, Jr.
The Funeral Services will be held on July 12, 2008 in San Diego, California at the Featheringill Mortuary Chapel.
Graveside Services and Interment will be be held on July 15, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. at the Murray City Cemetery in Murray, Utah. 
Hansen, Julian Edward "Jake" (I2622)
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Mary Alice Herman
SUTTONS BAY '97 Mary Alice Herman, 69, of Suttons Bay, passed away Monday, Jan.
19, 2009, at Cleveland Clinic, surrounded by her loving family.
Mary Alice was born in Suttons Bay on May 4, 1939, to John and Mary (Pobuda) Moe.
Her stepfather, Walter Stowe, was also a part of her life for many years.
On Aug. 22, 1959, in Suttons Bay, she married her high school sweetheart, Gerald Robert
Herman, who survives.
Family meant everything to Mary Alice. Love for her family guided her daily actions and
her heart. Mary Alice loved any occasion that brought her family together and was a
loving wife, mother and grandmother, completely devoted to her family and to her faith.
She spoiled her family with her love for cooking and baking, attending her children's and
grandchildren's school and sporting events, as well as with her talent as a seamstress.
Mary Alice touched many lives, always caring for others in anyway they needed, whether
it was cooking for people she knew in the area or running errands for those that were not
able to do so for themselves.
She loved children and ran a day care out of her home for many years. She loved baking,
sewing, scrap booking, and was famous for her lemon meringue pies and homemade
Mary Alice is survived by her loving husband of 49 years, Gerald; two sons, Bryan (Kris)
Herman of Interlochen and Mark (Jo) Herman of Suttons Bay; a daughter, Marsha (Mike)
Antal of Saline; a stepbrother, Douglas Stowe; a stepsister, Delores Couturier; four
grandchildren; three step grandchildren; and two step great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; stepfather; two brothers, Harold "Jim" Moe
and Ludwig Moe; and a sister, Carol Livingston.
Visitation will be held today, Jan. 23, from 4 to 8 p.m., with the rosary to be prayed at 7
p.m., at the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay. The Mass will be held Saturday,
Jan. 24, at 11 a.m., at St. Michael's Parish of Suttons Bay. Burial will be in St. Michael's
Cemetery in the spring.
Memorials may be directed to St. Michael's Parish, PO Box 9, Suttons Bay, MI 49682
and/or to the American Heart Association, 3940 Peninsular Dr., Ste. 180, Grand Rapids,
MI 49546.
Arrangements are with the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay. 
Moe, Mary Alice (I2797)

Mrs John W. (Inga Thrane) Stephenson. 89, Peabody Manor, a former Neenah resident, died Sunday afternoon after a short illness. She was born Aug. 21. 1884, in Chicago, and was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Neenah. She was a life member of the Art Institute of Chicago and a former member of the Tuesday Club. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. John C. Bletxmger. Neenah; a sister, Mrs. Louise Thrane Johnson, Rolling Meadows, Chicago, 111., three grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her husband m 1967. Complete funeral services will be held at First Presbyterian Chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. John E. Bouquet, D.D . will officiate. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery There will be no visitation. A memorial fund has been established. The Westgor Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 
Thrane, Inga (I2740)

NAME:«tab»Arverta T Baird
BIRTH YEAR:«tab»1922
RACE:«tab»White, citizen (White)
STATE OF RESIDENCE:«tab»Washington
COUNTY OR CITY:«tab»Pierce

ENLISTMENT DATE:«tab»14 Oct 1942
ENLISTMENT STATE:«tab»Washington
BRANCH:«tab»Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
BRANCH CODE:«tab»Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
GRADE CODE:«tab»Private
TERM OF ENLISTMENT:«tab»Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
COMPONENT:«tab»Selectees (Enlisted Men)
SOURCE:«tab»Civil Life
EDUCATION:«tab»1 year of college
CIVIL OCCUPATION:«tab»Semiskilled occupations in production of industrial chemicals
MARITAL STATUS:«tab»Single, without dependents
Baird, Arverta Theodore "Ted" (I3315)

Name:«tab»Henry M Pederson
Event Type:«tab»Draft Registration
Event Date:«tab»1942
Event Place:«tab»Washington, United States
Race (Original):«tab»White
Birth Date:«tab»17 Oct 1882
Birthplace:«tab»Hoxley Falls, Minnesota
Box Number:«tab»158
Affiliate ARC Identifier:«tab»563992 
Pederson, Henry Martinus (I3333)

NAME:«tab»John C Sather
BIRTH YEAR:«tab»1919
RACE:«tab»White, citizen (White)
STATE OF RESIDENCE:«tab»Washington
COUNTY OR CITY:«tab»Pierce

ENLISTMENT DATE:«tab»30 Nov 1942
ENLISTMENT STATE:«tab»Washington
BRANCH:«tab»Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
BRANCH CODE:«tab»Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
GRADE CODE:«tab»Private
TERM OF ENLISTMENT:«tab»Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
COMPONENT:«tab»Selectees (Enlisted Men)
SOURCE:«tab»Civil Life
EDUCATION:«tab»3 years of high school
CIVIL OCCUPATION:«tab»Skilled painters, except construction and maintenance
MARITAL STATUS:«tab»Single, with dependents
Sather, John Carleton (I3354)

Nancy DeEtte Hansen, 48, passed away March 2, 2004 to join her mother.

DeEtte was born Feb. 13, 1956 to Richard B. and Shirley E. Hansen in Murray, Utah.

DeEtte and her mother Shirley can now at long last walk hand in hand. DeEtte never took one step or spoke a word during her life but her smile and laughter was worth millions. She taught us many lessons of the importance of love.

She lived most of her life at the Utah State Developmental Center, where many who cared for her every need, loved her. She has been released from the earthy bonds and has become the beautiful lady that she truly is.

DeEtte is survived by: Drew (Cris and Isabeau), Ben (Terrie, Todd, Jennifer and Alex), Wendy (Joshua, Ryan and Lindsey), Melonie (Alan, Cole and Emily), Andrea (Ryan, Ian, Micah and Josie), Darren (Jacob), and Dana. Stepfamily, Donna (stepmother), Becky (Waylon, Danelle and Cameron), Margie (Phil, Cherie, Brezyette, Topaz, Shyanne and Joe), John (Amanda and Haylee), Tom deceased (Zack), Ted (Jessica, Sabrina, Jacob and Elizabeth), Michael (Nicole), Lori (Andy and Grace)

Preceded in death by her Mother.

Her family wishes to thank everyone at the Utah State Developmental Center A memorial service will be held in American Fork at the Utah State Developmental Center, Heather Building. Friday, at 12 noon Graveside services Saturday, March 6, 2004 at 4:00pm in Fountain Green, Utah Cemetery. 
Hansen, Nancy DeEtte (I2731)

Når Thea konfirmeres står det et notat bak navnet hennes: "«u»Meget«/u» maadelige Evner". 
Sørensdatter, Thea (I2756)

Ole ble vaksinert mot kopper 11. juli 1913. 
Damlien, Ole (I3473)

Ole ble vaksinert mot kopper 14. august 1915. 
Larsen, Ole (I3475)

Ole bor nå hos Leif Gordon Reinholdtsen og hans familie; sønnen til fetteren sin.

Ole er i oppført med jobb/bransje "Newspaper salesman- advertising" 
Reinholdtsen, Ole Severin (I4149)

Paul kommer hjem igjen etter Marie dør; og gifter seg på nytt i Øksnes og drar så til Minnesota med kone og barn i 1891. 
Olsen, Paul Joakim (I6354)

POLSON Ronald Jon Erickson,36, died Sunday, June 14, at his home in Polson.

«i»He is survived by his mother, Naomi Erickson of Polson; sisters, Cathy McCoy of Gillette, Wyo., Lynn Shinn of Livingston and Lorrie Leighton-Boster of Moses Lake, Wash.; nieces, Tanya Arlint-Cundy of Gillete, Wyo., Keely Agler-Hanson of Anchorage, Alaska, Tami Leighton of Moses Lake, and Lorilee Huttinger of Livingston; nephews, Scott Shinn of Fort Sill, Okla.,and Todd Leighton of Moses Lake; maternal aunts, Elsa Duford and Sandra Weaver of Polson; maternal uncle Ron Tollefson of Pablo; and numerous cousins and great-nieces and nephews.

Private graveside services were held Friday, June 19. Prayer services were held and the remains were interred at Lake View Cemetery in Polson.
Arrangements are by the Grogan Funeral Home of Polson.«/i» 
Erickson, Ronald Jon (I3273)

Vern L. Hanson, age 74, passed away December 3, 1992 at his home in Fountain Green, Utah.
Born September 29 1918 in Fountain Green, Utah to Joseph Emil and Elizabeth Ann Anderson Hanson. Married Dorothy Johanen Hansen, May 15, 1959 in Fountain Green, Utah; she died February 25, 1985. He was an active member of the LDS Church, serving in many positions. Veteran of World War II and an active charter member of the Fountain green Lions Club.He gave and received great joy through his grandchildren and enjoyed the outdoors.
Survived by children, Mrs. Dale (Mary) Jarrett, Salt Lake City; Dean F., Robert D., Kenneth N., Eddie V., Ellen Jensen, all of Fountain Green; 21 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four brothers, Glenn and Fay Hanson, Murray; Neldon and Levon Hanson, Nephi; one sister, Ruby Rickenbacher, Oregon. Preceded in death by one grandson. 
Hanson, Vern L. (I2614)

Visitation for Myron Dale Tollefson, W^75, will be from t p.m. until the time of a funeral service at 4 p.m. Friday, at Justen's Round Lake Funeral Home, 222 N. Rosedate Court (at Cedar Lake Road), Round Lake. The Rev. David Patterson will officiate.

Born March 6,1931, in Watford City, N.D., to George and Esther (nee Landers) Tollefson, he died Friday, Nov. 17,2006, at Condell Medical Center in Libertyville. On «ov. 19,1950," Myron married Agnes C. Heimbecher at Our Saviors Church in Denver. Colo. Formerly of Colorado, Myron and his family move to Buffalo Grove in 1966. In 1973 they moved to Northbrook, where they lived until relocating to the Round Lake area in 1996. He was a veteran of me Army, serving during the Korean War as a drill sergeant. While in Colorado, Myron was a general contractor. He owned and operated the Tolief- son Construction Company. In 1966. Paddock Pool Company offered him a district area representative position and from 1966 to 2003 fie traveled a 13-state region. He was an avid aviation enthusiast and enjoyed boating. He was a member of the American Legion Post S1170 of Round Lake and the Sons of Norway, in which he held several leadership roles. Survivors include his wife Agnes of 56 years; children, Myron "Mike" (Mary)Tollefson of Grayslake, Tona (Erik) Dove of Minneapolis and Toby (Siw-Lena) Tollefson of Oslo. Norway, grandchildren, Eric Tollefson, Amy (Chris) Paulus, Nea! and Craig Tollefson, Siri and Adin Dove, Tor-Kristian, Andreas and Kristin Tollefson; and a great-grandchild, Lflyanna. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorials to Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 25519 W. Highway 134, IngSeside, 1 60041, would be appreciated. For information, 847-546-3300. On-fine condolences may he sent to the family at DaflyHeiald BigPicture.

Myron Dale Tollefson, age 75, of Round Lake and formerly of Northbrook, at rest Nov. 17, 2006, Area Rep for Paddock Pool Co. for 39 years, beloved husband of Agnes C., nee Heimbecher; loving father of Myron "Mike" (Mary) Tollefson, Tona (Erik) Dove and Toby (Siw-Lena) Tollefson; dear grandfather of nine and great-grandfather of one. Resting at Justen's Round Lake Funeral Home, 222 N. Rosedale Ct., Round Lake, IL. Visitation 1 p.m. until the 4 p.m. Funeral Service on Friday, Nov. 24. Memorials to Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 25519 W. Hwy. 134, Ingleside, IL 60041. Info, 847-546-3300. 
Tollefson, Myron Dale (I3161)
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«i»A grief-stricken mother suffered a stroke and died Thursday evening after her 13-year-old son had succumbed to a prolonged illness.
The bot, Gerald Alan Baird, died Thursday morning. He had been an invalid most of his life.
Mrs. A. V. Baird, 51, went into extreme shock half an hour after her son's death.
A member of the family said Mrs. Bird had nursed her son throughout his life and she was "brokenhearted when he died." At first it was thought that Mrs. Baird had just suffered a mild stroke.
Double funeral services for the mother and son will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Messiah Lutheran Church, the Rev. O. L. Jensen said.
Mrs. Baird's husband survives.«/i» 
Baird, Gerard Alan (I3314)

«i»A grief-stricken mother suffered a stroke and died Thursday evening after her 13-year-old son had succumbed to a prolonged illness.
The bot, Gerald Alan Baird, died Thursday morning. He had been an invalid most of his life.
Mrs. A. V. Baird, 51, went into extreme shock half an hour after her son's death.
A member of the family said Mrs. Bird had nursed her son throughout his life and she was "brokenhearted when he died." At first it was thought that Mrs. Baird had just suffered a mild stroke.
Double funeral services for the mother and son will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Messiah Lutheran Church, the Rev. O. L. Jensen said.
Mrs. Baird's husband survives.«/i» 
Anderson, Alphylde Olive Marion (I3304)

«i»A memorial service for Marion E. Lenard, 80, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, at Faith Lutheran Church, 41 N. Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn. The Rev. James K. Honig will officiate. Interment will be private in Forest Hill Cemetery, Glen Ellyn. Born Jan. 15, 1926, in Chicago, she died Friday, Nov. 3, 2006, at Lexington Healthcare in Bloomingdale. Marion was a homemaker and had formerly worked at Sears and Miss Mayfield in Glen Ellyn. She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church in Glen Ellyn and the Glen Ellyn Women's Club for 25 years. She enjoyed Bible Studies, and family was the main part of her life. She is survived by her loving children, Kirt III (Wendy) Lenard of Sammamish, Wash., Donna (Donald) Wyatt of Glendale Heights and Dawn (Carl) Henninger of Glen Ellyn. She was the cherished grandmother of Hillary, Dayna and Neal; and dear sister of the Rev. James (Marilyn) Hansen of Crossville, Tenn. She is also survived by a niece and nephews. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Kirt D. Lenard. Memorials to CNS Hospice, 690 E. North Ave., Carol Stream, IL 60188 or Faith Lutheran Church, 41 N. Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137, would be appreciated. Arrangements were made by the Leonard Memorial Home, Ltd., Glen Ellyn, 630-469-0032.«/i» 
Hansen, Marion Elaine (I5539)
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«i»Alicia E. Vick, 89, of Missoula, passed away on Saturday, July 24, 2010, at her home in Missoula.

She was born Jan. 15, 1921, in Portland, Oregon, a daughter of Alicia Conrad and Walter McCutcheon.

She graduated from Flathead County High School in 1938. Alicia worked in the radio business during and after World War II, where she had her own show and filled in as newscaster.

She also worked in radio in Seattle for a time as copywriter at KEVR.

She married Richard V. Vick in January of 1949.

After they moved to Missoula in the early 60s, Alicia worked at Holy Spirit Parish for 23 years, the last 15 as parish secretary and office manager.

She was a partner in the family business, The Vick Gallery.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard, in March of 2008; her parents; stepfather, George Campbell; daughter-in-law, Laura Gerhard; and sister-in-law, Hilda Campbell.

She is now survived by three children, Sharon and Larry Durado of Kalispell, Richard S. Vick and Liane of Boise, Idaho, and Christopher and Susan Vick of Seattle; brother, Charles, and Joni Campbell, of Santa Cruz; three grandchildren, Dan Durado, Natalie Robinson and Jonathan Vick; three great-grandchildren, Ashley, Andrew and Alex; and two nieces.

At her request, there will be no formal or public services.

Cremation has taken place.

Memorials are requested, if so desired, to the Conrad Mansion in Kalispell. Arrangements are under the care of Garden City Funeral Home.«/i» 
McCutcheon, Alicia (I3109)

«i»Beverly M. Baird Died Dec 1, 2009, at the age of 81. She was born in Spokane, WA, May 10, 1928, to Minnie and Al Wallace. She met her husband, Ralph, while they both attended Pacific Lutheran College. They married Aug 27, 1949. She graduated with a BA in Education and with Ralph lived in various places in Pierce Co during their 60 years of marriage. She leaves behind her husband, Ralph; son Greg (Joanne); daughters Cyndy (Keith) Prichard and Teri (Jerry) Werner; 6 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren; sister Marilyn (Bob) Stout. Her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren were her pride and joy. Bev and Ralph loved to travel and camp with their children and grandchildren. She and Ralph traveled often to Hawaii where they made many friends. They were in Honolulu when she had a massive stroke. Her two daughters traveled there to assist in preparing her to travel home. There she was able to see all of her loving family and say goodbyes. Her new address is heaven. A Celebration of life will be held at Burley Bible Church, 14687 Olympic Dr SE, Port Orchard, WA at 3:30pm on Dec 19, 2009. A reception will follow in the church foyer.«/i» 
Wallace, Beverly Mae (I3321)

«i»Chimacum resident Richard F. Tollefson, 60, died December 19, 2007, with his wife and two children at his side, ending a six-month struggle with cholangiocarcinoma.

Rick is best known for the large and varied life he lived.

He was president of Tollefson Builders, which he founded in 1977 as a solo cabinet-making operation that ultimately grew into one of the largest custom-home construction companies on the Olympic Peninsula, now employing more than 20.

For a number of years, he served on the board of the Jefferson Home Builders Association, at various times as president.

With colleagues Fred Kimball and Pete Raab, he created and taught the association's residential carpentry class, which graduated more than 50 entry-level framers.

He served multi-year commitments as board chairman of Jefferson County Parks and Recreation and the Jefferson County Community Network, as well as an early pivotal role on the Peninsula Trails Coalition.

He loved kayaking and traveling, and was a splendid chef and host.

In the 1970s, Rick studied art and rowed on the freshman and JV crew teams at the University of Washington. After leaving the University, he was the drummer for two Seattle-area bands, Lamar Harrington and CW Thrills.

In 1978, Rick married Holly Mayshark, and during the 1980s the couple had two children.

In the early 1990s, Rick was stricken with ulcerative colitis, a condition that would challenge him physically for the remainder of his life.

Throughout he insisted on living a full life, and many who knew him were unaware of his illness. It was during these years that his business began to flourish and he actively participated in numerous community organizations and efforts, ran for county commissioner and served as scoutmaster of the Mount Olympus Boy Scout Troop.

After his divorce in 2003, Rick and Jude Anderson found great contentment with one another, enjoying their home life together and many travels. The couple married in August of 2006.

Also during the past several years, Rick lived out his creative passion for art and music. Each week he hosted at his home a painting group and a gathering of musicians.

While the latter never acquired a name beyond "Old Guy Garage Band," the repertoire was substantial. Rick was the band's drummer, and his daughter recently joined the band as female vocalist.

His greatest devotion was to his wife and children. They have been the most direct recipients of the abundant trustworthiness, evenness and open affection that were the hallmarks of his character. He was an unparalleled husband and father.

Rick is survived by his wife, Jude Anderson; children Zoe and Finn Tollefson; stepdaughters Clio and Madeline McClure; mother Eda Tollefson; sisters Judith Dobszinsky of Port Townsend and Shelley Pierce Tollefson of Duvall, Washington; and nephews Leif and Nils Dobszinsky, Chris Tollefson and Eric Pierce.

He was predeceased by his father, who died in 2004.

The family gathered for a private memorial on Christmas Day. A community memorial service is planned for the spring.«/i» 
Tollefsen, Richard F. (I2995)

«i»Cleo O. "C O" Parsons, 80, Minnetonka, Minn., formerly of Dickinson, died Dec. 30, 2003, in Minnetonka. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. MST Saturday at St. Johns Lutheran Church, Dickinson.

Cleo was born June 25, 1923, in McClusky, N.D.

He is survived by one son, Charles; one daughter, Ann; two grandchildren, Anne and Blake; his brother, Doran; and his special friend, Carolyn.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris.

Memorials are preferred to St. Johns Lutheran Church. (Gearty-Delmore Funeral Chapel, Robbinsdale, Minn.)«/i» 
Parsons, Cleo O. (I3099)
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«i»Elaine Tollefson Fisher entered heaven on November 10, 2009 with her children at her side. She is now reunited with her husband and sweetheart of 67 years, Robert.

She is survived by her sister, Barbara Meuli of Washington; sons, Robert (Juanita) Fisher and James (Diane) Fisher; daughters, Jeanne (Robert) Heyer, Ann (Wailen) Bennett, Barbara (Carlos) Aguero and Martha (Gary) Sholley; eight grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.

She is predeceased by son, Arthur and daughter, Mary.

Elaine was born March 28, 1921 in Minneapolis, MN, the daughter of Rev. O.R.A. and Alvilda Tollefson.

She lived in Wolf Point, MT for many years and graduated high school in Clinton, MN.

She attended nurse's training at Fairview Hospital in Minneapolis where she met her Army officer husband. They were married in 1942 and together lived around the world during his military career.

Elaine had a wonderful gift for making every house a loving home for her large family.

After retirement they lived in Show Low and Lakeside, AZ for several years before settling in Tucson. They enjoyed traveling and visiting family and friends around the country.

Elaine was able to handle the recent loss of her husband and her disease with grace and dignity. We celebrate her new life with the Lord while we continue to love and miss her.

A private Memorial Service was held and her ashes will be interred with her husband's at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, TX.

Donations in her memory can be made to the Salvation Army. «/i» 
Tollefson, Elaine Alvilda (I3223)

«i»Elsie Marjorie Hauge's long battle with cancer ended with her sudden death on November 30, 1989. She was born in Madelia, Minnesota, to Pastor Christian M. Tollefson and Hannah Hetland Tollefson on June 22, 1912. She was baptized in the Lutheran faith by her father. She lost her mother at the age of one year and a half. Her father later remarried.

The family moved to Montevideo, Minnesota, in her senior year and she graduated from the Montevideo High School in 1930. She attended Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

She spent many years working in the Hanford, Washington area during the war and returned to Minneapolis to help care for her ailing stepmother.

On August 15, 1948, she was united in marriage to Waldemar S. Hauge at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Minneapolis by Dr. Emil Swenson. To this union, two children were born, Laurel and Paul.

In 1968, she was diagnosed as having cancer. For twenty-one years, she suffered cobalt radiation, several terms of chemotherapy and continuous treatment by medication, sustained by a strong sense of faith in her Lord. She was very active in Clarkfield Lutheran Church affairs, teaching Sunday School for twenty-five years, singing in the Ladles' Church Chorus and the Church Choir and working in the E.L.C.W. Her health gradually failed, and she was hospitalized for pneumonia in January of this year and later moved to the Clarkfield Care Center. She became suddenly ill on the morning of November 30 and was rushed to the Granite Falls Hospital by ambulance, where she expired in the early afternoon.

She had lived long enough to see her two grandchildren, James and Jenna, and thanked the Lord for each extra day of life. She passed the boundary of time and entered her eternal life on November 30. She loved her home, her family and her church.

Elsie is survived by her husband, Waldemar Hauge; two children, Laurel and Paul; son-in-law, Brandon Goehl; two grandchildren; four sisters, Charlotte Myhre and husband Walter of Costa Mesa, California, Mrs. Audrey Hinds of Port Angeles, Washington, Mrs. Jean Roney, Columbia, Maryland, Helen Thompson and husband, Robert of Edina, Minnesota; twin brothers, Pastor Richard Tollefson and wife Eda, of Fox Island, Washington and Robert Tollefson and wife Dorothy of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Blessed be her memory.

Funeral Service:
Monday, December 4, 1989, 11:00 a.m.
Clarkfield Lutheran Church, Clarkfield, Minnesota

Officiating: Pastor Gordon A. Trelstad

Organist: Karen Donner

Soloist: Les Mikelson
"Den Store Hvide Flok"
"The Lord's Prayer"

Congregational Hymns:
"O Master, Let Me Walk With You"
"Children of the Heavenly Father"

Honorary Casket Bearers:
Minnie Christensen, Alice Kirkeby
Elaine Cornelius, Lois Lynner
Ethel Eischens, Sadie Nielsen
Inez Gartner, Myra Peterson
Elise Husby, Barbara Vik
Hallie Vik

Active Casket Bearers:
Irving Anderson, Art Nielsen
Wesley Husby, Curtis Torgerson
Leland McCoy, Jr., Dean Westre

Final Resting Place:
Clarkfield Lutheran Cemetery, Clarkfield, Minnesota«/i» 
Tollefsen, Elsie Marjorie (I2986)

«i»Funeral services for Hyrum Hansen, 81, 1090 S. State, who died Sunday at 2:40 a.m., in a Salt Lake hospital of causes incident to age, will be Saturday, 2 p.m., 2350 E. 13th South. Born Oct. 11, 1878, Salt Lake City, to Andrew and Anette Bradford Hansen. Married Francis Larson in Manti, Sanpete County, in 1903. She died March 10, 1956. Member, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Sheepherder.
Survivors: sons, daughter, Wendall; Mrs. Ben (Thelma) Nuttall, both Salt Lake City; Julian E., San Diego, Calif.; Manuel, Los Angeles; 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, sister.
Friends call one hour prior at place of services.
Burial at Sunset Lawn Memorial Park.«/i» 
Hansen, Hyrum (I2593)

«i»Funeral services for Lee Roy W. Hinds were held Friday, at
the St. John's Lutheran church, Akeley, with Rev. H. A. Mutterer
officiating. Music was provided by Patricia Schaper and interment
was at Hubbard cemetery. Mr. Hinds died at his home in Badora
township on Tuesday, June 20, at the age of 56. He had been in ill
health for about a year, and death was attributed to heart disease and
leukemia. Lee Roy Wright Hinds was born Feb.10, 1911 at Hubbard
the son of John S. and Nellie Hinds. He attended elementary school at
Hubbard and Park Rapids, and high school at Park Rapids, where he
lived from 1919 to 1941. On June 12, 1934 he married Audrey M.
Tollefson at Montevideo. Minn. and they also lived in Backus,
Minneapolis, and Truman, Minn. before moving to Badora in 1949.
Employed through the years in the Forestry Service, he was
superintendent of the Badora State Nursery from 1949 to 1966. He
was active in conservation organizations and held various offices in St.
John's Lutheran church at Akeley, of which he was a member. His
hobbies included hunting, fishing and metal work. Surviving are his
wife Audrey; a son, Lee Roy W. Hinds, Jr. of Bismark, N. D.; a
daughter, Mrs. Jean Strebig of Cave Junction, Ore.; six grandchildren;
Janice, Katheryn, Valerie and Jonathan Hinds and James and
Christopher Strebig; a sister, Mrs. Ray Clement of Nevis; and two
brothers, Neil Hinds of Hubbard and Asher Hinds of Seattle. Relatives
attending the funeral from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hinds
of Bismark, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. James Strebig of Cave Junction, Ore.;
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hauge and son, Clarkfield; Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Roney of Homewood, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tollefson, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Zimmerman«/i» 
Hinds, Lee Roy Wright (I3012)

«i»HAMILTON - John Louis Milstead, 85, of Hamilton, died Tuesday, May 4, 2004, at the Marcus Daly Memorial Hospice Center.

John was born Dec. 19, 1918, in Chatsworth, Ill., to the late Carl and Elsie Adams Milstead. He attended Kendall College but was interrupted in his first year by World War II.

He served in the Army Air Corps and was an original member of the Hamilton Army National Guard unit. He retired from the Air Force Reserve at the rank of master sergeant.

John met Lilian Vick while stationed at Malmstrom AFB in Great Falls. She was training in the Nurse Cadet Corps. They married in Missoula in 1945.

John sold cars in the Bitterroot and subsequently retired from the Prudential Insurance Co.

He was a 54-year member of the American Legion. As a private pilot, he had many enjoyable hours of flight. John demonstrated honesty and integrity in his business and community involvement. His sense of humor will be missed by those who knew him.

He was preceded in death by his wife Lilian in 1994.

Surviving include his sons, Greg and Emily Milstead of Spokane and Rick and Kim Milstead of Hamilton; daughters, Laura Bachman of Boring, Ore., and Holly Milstead and Joe Thompson of Corvallis; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers, Bob (Eloise) Milstead and Dick Milstead, both of Illinois; and numerous other relatives.

A memorial service to celebrate John¹s life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 8, at the United Methodist American Baptist Church in Hamilton, with Pastor Steve Millar officiating. Private family urn placement will take place at a later date.

Arrangements are under the care of the Daly-Leach Chapel in Hamilton.«/i» 
Milstead, John Louis (I3118)

«i»HAMILTON - Odin C. Vick, 74, of Hamilton, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2004, in Hamilton at the Discovery Care Centre.

Odin was born on Sept. 9, 1930, in Great Falls, the son of the late Ernest and Lorna Higgins Vick.

He graduated from high school in Missoula and received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Montana.

In 1951, he entered the U.S. Air Force and served during the Korean War. Following his discharge in 1955, he received his doctorate from Penn State. He was a professor of psychology in Ypsiland, Mich., for five years and then moved to Missoula, where he was a professor at the University of Montana.

Following his retirement from the university, he worked as a counselor in the Alcohol Treatment Program at St. Patrick Hospital and the Galen Drug Abuse Program. In 1995, he retired and moved to Hamilton where he had since lived.

Odin is survived by siblings Raynold and Annie Vick of Hamilton, Madison and Jean Vick of Lake Chelan, Wash., Vivian Gee of Portland, Ore., and Lorna Sanasarian of Monrovia, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his sister, Lilian Marie Milstead.

No formal services are planned, and private family urn placement will take place at a later date.

The family suggests memorials to the Alzheimer's Association, Montana Chapter, 3010 11th Ave. N., Billings, MT 59101.

Arrangements are under the guidance of the Daly-Leach Chapel.«/i» 
Vick, Odin Clair (I3122)
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«i»Lauretta Eleanore Vick passed away November 10, 2009 at the age of 80 years old in Richland, WA. Eleanore was born on April 27th, 1929 to Hugh and Marie Terteling of Lewiston, Idaho at St. Josephs Hospital. She attended schools in Lewiston until her family moved to Moscow Idaho where she graduated from Moscow High School in 1947. Of the activities she was involved in at school, she sang in a quartet and was very proud to star in high school musical productions. In 1948, while attending a barn dance in the Lewiston Orchards, she met the love of her life, Paul - who was then working as a surveyor for the Forrest Service. A few months after their first night of dancing, a late chicken dinner at a Clarkston diner, and some star gazing - the couple was married in Colfax (WA) by a justice of the peace at a friends apartment in early November of that same year. Over the next 61 years of marriage, living across Idaho (Lewiston and Moscow), Washington (Pasco, Kennewick, Edmonds, Lynnwood, and Port Angeles) Oregon (The Dalles) and Montana (Missoula) - she formed many special relationships and friendships that filled a lifetime of memories. During Eleanores retirement years with Paul, she took her artistic talent and love of craft-making - and turned it into a bazaar-hopping business called Grandma Vicks Treasures. Many of her specialty crafts (wreaths, ) still decorate many a wall, mantle, table, or door during the holiday seasons. Outside the many occupations (waitress, bookkeeper, secretary,) and activities (Sweet Adelines, Newcomers Bridge, ) or hobbies (vivacious reader, brilliant card player, and avid baseball fan) Eleanore was foremost a loving wife and nurturing mother to four boys. Her cooking skills are legendary (casseroles, roasts, soups, and especially - clam dip) and it always seemed like she was cooking for the whole block. Eleanore is survived by her husband Paul, sons Charles Paul (59), Robert Paul (57), David Paul (54), and Timothy Paul (44); sister Virginia Edwards-Hazelwood (86) and many grandchildren and cousins She is preceded in death by her parents Hugh and Marie Terteling, step-mother Ferris, sister Roberta (infant), brother Gerald Terteling, and step-brother Gary Nearing. A memorial service will be held on Saturday November 14th, 10:00am, at West Highlands United Methodist Church (17 S. Union, Kennewick) with a graveside service at 11:30am at Desert Lawn Memorial Park (Kennewick). While Dad will miss his one-and-onlythe Vick Boys will miss their mother dearly. Many stories can be told from the broken dining room tables, lamps, walls, and bones she had to put up with over the years of caring for her clan. Her one rule: If youre going to play (hard), dont come crying to me never held upshe was always there. She was our Mom.«/i» 
Terteling, (Lauretta) Eleanore (I3110)

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