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«i»LeRoy W. Mecher, 85, of 57 N. Maple Road, Branch, passed away early Monday morning, March 9, at his residence.
LeRoy W. Mecher was born Jan. 3, 1913, in Muskegon. He grew up in Muskegon and attended Muskegon High School. He was married June 1, 1932, to Loraine Peterson, and she preceded him in death March 14, 1992. In 1993 he married Lavina Braford and she survives. He built his own home on Long Lake with his son in 1952. He worked as a mechanic for the Norge Co. and Boyd Ford Co., both in Muskegon Heights, and also for the Alstrom Construction Co., retiring in 1978. Following his retirement, he moved to Branch. He was a past member of the Lutheran Church in Muskegon, and he enjoyed bowling, hunting and fishing.
Surviving, in addition to his wife, Lavina, are one son, Ronald (and Helen) Mecher of Muskegon; one daughter, Marcia (and George) Macut of Lansing; one stepson, Louis (and Virginia) Foss of Ionia; one sister, Helen Smith of Muskegon; one half-sister, Barbara, of Muskegon; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death, in addition to his wife, Loraine, and his parents, by one son, LeRoy L., in 1982, and one brother.
Services for Mr. Mecher will be conducted at 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, at the Stephens Funeral Home chapel, Scottville, with the Rev. B. Douglas Niemi officiating. Interment will be in Sunrise Memorial Gardens, Muskegon.
The family will be at the funeral home to receive friends from 2 to 4 this afternoon and 7 to 9 this evening.
Those wishing to make memorial contributions are asked to consider donations to a charity of the donor?s choice; envelopes are available at the funeral home.«/i» 
Mecher, Leroy W. (I5600)

«i»Lt. Col. Robert H. Fisher (Retired) 91, "is absent from the body and face to face with the Lord" beginning April 3, 2009. His life-long sweetheart and devoted wife of 67 years, Elaine, was at his side. He is also survived by his sister, Lynn Pfau of Connecticut; sons, Robert (Juanita) Fisher, James (Diane) Fisher; daughters, Jeanne (Robert) Heyer, Ann (Wailen) Bennett, Barbara (Carlos) Aguero, Martha (Gary) Sholley; eight grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by son, Arthur and daughter Mary. Bob was born in Chicago, IL and graduated from Hyde Park High School in Chicago. He attended Northwestern University, Chicago and the University of Montana at Missoula. He was proud to be a "Grizzly." Bob was drafted into the Army in 1941. Bob and Elaine were married in Clinton, MN in 1942 after his graduation from Military Police Officer training. He served in many posts in the U.S., France, Germany and Okinawa. During his Army career he was editor of the Military Police Journal, Provost Marshal in Okinawa, and his final assignment was Support Commander at Ft. Huachuca where he retired in 1964. Post-military careers included Safety Director at Southwest Forest Industries in McNary and Snowflake, AZ and working in security at the Arizona Historical Society. Bob also served as a volunteer at the Titan Missile Museum and at Northwest Medical Center. He was a life-long supporter of the Chicago Cubs and an avid U of A Wildcats fan. Bob was our cherished husband, father and friend and we celebrate his new life with the Lord while we continue to love and miss him. A private Memorial Service was held in Tucson with military honors. Bob's ashes will be interred at Fort Sam Houston Military Cemetery in San Antonio, TX. Donations in his memory can be made to Faith Community Church (Tucson) or the Salvation Army.«/i» 
Fisher, Robert Hughes (I3230)
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«i»Marion "Vickie" L. Fitzroy, 88, of 96 Depot Street, Dalton, died Thursday at Berkshire Medical Center following a brief illness. Marion had been a resident of Curtis Manor for the past two years. Prior to moving to Dalton, she was a longtime resident of Hinsdale, residing there for over fifty years.

Born in Banks, North Dakota on February 10, 1922, the daughter of George A. and Anne Sundfor Vick, she was a graduate of Watford City High School, and a 1942 graduate of the North Dakota State School of Science at Wahpeton.

During World War II, Marion served with the Navy Waves from July 1944 until April 1946.

Marion was employed for thirty years at General Electric as the secretary for the chief of security, retiring in 1982.

She was a member of the Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Pittsfield.

Marion enjoyed cooking, traveling, knitting, and crocheting; above all else she loved her grandchildren.

She was married on December 21, 1946 to her husband Ernest J. Fitzroy, who died November 22, 1982.

Marion leaves two sons, James R. Fitzroy and his wife, Maureen, of Plainville, Massachusetts, Gary A. Fitzroy and his wife, Deborah, of Dalton, Massachusetts; two sisters, Betty Thompson and her husband, Harvey, of Minnetonka, Minnesota, Margaret Nelson and her husband, Dallas, of Fort Collins, Colorado; four brothers, Jim Vick and his wife, Vi, of Billings, Montona, Alan Vick and his wife, Pat, of Rochester, Minnesota, David Vick and his wife, Joan, of Aberdeen, South Dakota, Ken Vick and his wife, Ruth, of Loveland, California; grandchildren, Timothy Fitzroy of Norton, Massachusetts, Kathryn Staebler of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Kyle Fitzroy of Boulder, Colorado, Neil Fitzroy of Dalton, Peter Fitzroy of South Hamilton, Massachusetts; five great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Marion was predeceased by a sister, Doris Parsons, and a brother, Donald Vick.

Funeral Services for Mrs. Marion "Vickie" L. Fitzroy will be private and at the convenience of the family.
Burial will be in the Maple Street Cemetery, Hinsdale.
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on June 27, 2010. «/i»
Vick, Marion Louise (I3083)
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«i»Mr. Eddie Whisler was born July 7, 1939, to Henry and Doris (Fairfield) Whisler and lived in Muskegon his whole life. On March 19, 1960, he married Cookie Bates who survives him along with their 3 children, Mitch (Deb) Whisler, Glen Whisler, Lori White and Special daughter-in-law, Sandy Whisler; 9 grandchildren, Candi (Brian), Monica, Robert, Mandy, Rachel, Ellen, Eddie, Michael and Ashleigh; 4 great-grandchildren, Hannah, Chelsea, Seth, Steven and 2 on the way.. He is also survived by 4 sisters, Joan Griswold, Geri Cromley, Shirley (Bob) Hegedus of Cedar Springs and Donna (Rudy) Schaub of Ruskin Fl; 2 sister-in-laws and 3 brother-in-laws. Ed retired from C.W.C foundry in 1981. In the 60's and 70's he loved to race at Thunderbird Raceway, Whisky Ridge and Marne Raceway. He loved watching NASCAR and playing with his grandchildren. Per Ed's wishes cremation has taken place and he wanted all of his family and friends to gather and celebrate his life. A CELEBRATION will take place 2 PM, Saturday, August 23, 2008 at Eddie and Cookie's home. In lieu of flowers please consider Harbor Hospice.«/i» 
Whisler, Edward Theodore "Eddie" (I5668)
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«i»Naomi C. Erickson, born Naomi Claire Tollefson, December 2, 1929 in Bismark, ND. the daughter of Pastor & Mrs E. S. Tollefson. Naomi passed away in Gillette, WY November 20, 2007 with her daughter Cathy McCoy at her side.
As her father & mother were in the service of Lutheran Mission Churches they did not stay to long in one place so Naomi was fortunate to have lived in many places which included North Dakota, Petersburg, Alaska, Sumner (MT View) WA, Livingston, MT, Polson, MT, Medford, OR, & Moses Lake, WA. She also spent a few years in a remote part of Canada, Bridge Lake, BC.
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Naomi married Harvey McCoy in Livingston, MT on Christmas Eve 1949. She later married John Erickson in Medford Oregon in 1959.
From a very early age Naomi loved the outdoors. She loved to fish & hunt and had a variety of interests including working on cars, building houses & fireplaces. She helped build her parents' massive cabin at Lake Mary Ronan, MT, she had run a small gold mine in Oregon and loved to dig Sapphires. She was also wonderful artist and an excellent cook. There weren't too many things she couldn't do if she put her mind to it including driving a semi-truck for her husbands trucking business. Naomi was also an excellent Alcohol & Drug abuse counselor.
Naomi lived in the Polson Community off & on from 1950 when her parents moved here from Livingston, MT to serve the Polson (Good Shepherd) & Ronan (Faith) Lutheran churches.
Naomi was preceded in death by her parents Elvin & Ethel Tollefson, her son Ronald Jon Erickson, grandson Joseph Eugene Arlint and sister-in-law Neva Tollefson. Naomi is survived by her daughters Cathy McCoy, of Gillette, WY, Lynn Shinn of Livingston, MT. and Lorrie Leighton-Boster (Ken) of Glendale AZ, her brother Ron Tollefson, Pablo, MT, and sisters Elsa Duford & Sandy (Buck) Weaver of Polson, MT. She is also survived by grandchildren Tanya Arlint Cundy, Gillette, WY, Keeley (Rob) Hanson, Anchorage AK, Scott Shinn, US Army, Lorilee Huttinger, Laurel, MT, Tami Antonnini, Peoria, AZ& Todd Leighton, Seattle, WA. And numerous great-grandchildren, a great-great grandchild, nieces, nephews, cousins & friends.
Naomi had a wonderful laugh and was fun to be around. She will be greatly missed by her family.«/i» 
Tollefson, Naomi Claire (I3253)

«i»NORDLIE -- Charles B., 95, died Friday, February 3, 2006. Born June 5, 1910 in Cleveland, OH. He retired in 1972 from Cities Service Oil Co. as Market Planning Manager. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII and the Korean Conflict. He volunteered at the Tulsa Public Library and Meals-on-Wheels, as well as other activities. His wife, Nell S. Nordlie, predeceased him in 1985. He is survived by: his son, Robert Nordlie; daughter, Nancy Reycroft; 5 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Memorial service to be held 11 a.m., Thursday, February 9, at Southminster Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Southminster Presbyterian Building Fund, 3500 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK. Cremation Society of Oklahoma, 599-7337.«/i» 
Nordlie, Charles B. (I5756)
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«i»Passed away Thursday, February 13, 2003 in Plainwell. Mr. Fultz was born August 22, 1934 in Pittsburgh, Oklahoma, the son of Guy and Alice (Foster) Fultz. He was an Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict. For many years he had been employed with Essex. In his spare time John enjoyed old movies, being with his family and especially his grandchildren. Surviving are 4 sons, Guy (Denise) Fultz of Plainwell, John Fultz Jr. of Otsego, James Fultz and David (fiancee Melinda Thompson) Fultz, both of Otsego; 3 grandchildren, Courtney, Josh and Russell; a nephew, Richard Fairfield; and a niece, Carey Curtis. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sally Jo (Fairfield) Fultz in 2001; and by his daughter, Jayna Fultz in 1994. The family will receive friends Sunday from 6-8:00 p.m. at the
Winkel Funeral Home
where Services will be held Monday at 11:00 a.m. Interment at Mountain Home Cemetery, Otsego. «/i» 
Fultz, John Harold Sr (I5651)

«i»Passed away unexpectedly Thursday, August 12, 2004, in Kalamazoo. Guy was born April 19, 1957 in Muskegon, the son of John Sr. and Sally Jo (Fairfield) Fultz. He was a good person and the best Dad. For 16 years he worked at Air-Way Manufacturing in Olivet, MI. He was a member of the Otsego Moose Lodge #345 for 26 years and enjoyed camping, hunting, bowling and softball. On August 11, 1978 at the First United Methodist Church of Plainwell, he married Denise Holt, who survives. Also surviving are his daughter, Courtney Fultz; 3 brothers, John Jr., James and David; uncle Bill Fairfield. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Sally Jo Fultz, a sister, Jayna Fultz, an uncle Clare' Sonny' Fairfield, grandparents, Guy Clarence 'Pabby' Fultz and Alice Fultz. Friends may meet with the family from 2-4 and 6-8 Sunday at the
Winkel Funeral Home
where services will be held Monday at 1:30 P.M., Dr. Harvey K. Prochnau, Pastor officiating. Interment at Hillside Cemetery, Plainwell. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to his family. «/i» 
Fultz, Guy Clarence (I5652)

«i»Paul L. Vick, loving husband, caring father, and respected community leader, passed away May 25th, 2010 at the age of 83 at his home in Kennewick, Washington.

Paul was born in a little house in Pablo Montana, on February 11th, 1927 to father Richard and mother Mildred. The son of a Methodist minister, Paul grew up in the parsonages and houses of the churches his father served in northwestern Montana including Pablo, Libby, Sunburst, Choteau and Kalispell Montana. During his youth attending school, he played sports and worked on the farms and ranches of his family's friends and relatives.

Paul graduated from Flathead County High School in 1944, lettering in varsity football as a tight end, voted 'Most likely to Succeed', and gave the commencement speech for his class.

After graduation and with WWII still raging, Paul wanted to join his older brothers serving our country. Too young to join the Navy, he instead received his Seaman's' license with the Merchant Marines while working in the Portland OR ship yards. After a dangerous trip aboard a Liberty ship to Guam and back, he was old enough to join the Navy. Following boot camp, he became a chaplain's assistant, and later attended V12 school at Colorado College in Colorado Springs to become a Naval pilot. With the War ending, Paul decided to head back to his family and friends in Montana. During the next couple of years, he attended the University of Montana, worked in a logging camp, and then joined the Forrest Service - honing his skills needed to become a land surveyor.

After starting his own surveying business Paul L. Vick & Associates, Paul was elected County Surveyor for Missoula County. Enduring the tough economic times that hit the region during the 1960's, Paul moved his family out west to Edmonds WA in 1968. There he began a career as an airport planner joining Reid Middleton, where he oversaw the beginning of their aviation-airport planning division. During this time, Paul realized a life-long dream and became a private pilot - keeping his license and instrument rating for over 30 years. In 1977, Paul received an opportunity to further his career and extend his passion for aviation accepting a position as the Industrial Development Manager and later the Airport Manager with the Port of Port Angeles in beautiful Port Angeles, WA. The culmination of his professional career came when he accepted the position of Executive Director at the Port of Pasco in 1983 where he oversaw multiple projects including major improvements at the Tri-Cities Airport. Following his retirement in 1991 from the Port of Pasco, Paul finished his career as a Commissioner for the Port of Kennewick serving another 9 years until 2001.

During Paul's retirement years, he deeply enjoyed times-shared with Eleanore: setting up displays for her bazaar-hopping business Grandma Vick's Treasures, traveling in their RV, playing cards, and visiting family. He was also an avid golfer with his good friend Ken Schmidt. Over the past few years, he spent most of his time caring for his beloved wife until she passed in November of 2009. He missed her deeply.

In 1948, while attending a barn dance in the Lewiston Orchards, he met the love of his life, Eleanore. A few months after that first night of dancing and a late chicken dinner at a Clarkston diner maybe some star gazing too - the couple was married in Colfax WA by a justice of the peace at a friend's 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 - they formed many special relationships and friendships that filled a lifetime of memories.

Paul is survived by his four sons Charles Paul 60 and wife Brandy, Robert Paul 57, David Paul 55 and wife Diane, Timothy Paul 44 and wife Kelly; sister Mildred Hansen; brother Chuck Charlie Vick and wife Carol, sister-in-law Patty Vick, and many grandchildren and cousins.

He is preceded in death by wife Eleanore; parents Richard and Mildred Vick; and brothers Austin, Keith, and Dick.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday May 29th at 1:30pm at West Highlands United Methodist Church 17 S. Union, Kennewick with a graveside service on June 12th, 1pm, at Desert Lawn Memorial Park Kennewick.

Paul's life played out across a large canvas, building tremendous relationships both personally and professionally. While regional Port and Airport associations WAMA, WPPA, PNWA, WA State Good Roads & Transportation and service clubs numerous Rotaries, Chambers, and Kiwanis lost a good friend, his family lost a protective brother, loving husband, supportive father, and playful grandfather. Our memories of Dad seemed always interwoven with our mom - the two seemed never apart. Compassionate, non-judgmental, tolerant and patient. He willed us to achieve and accomplish by our desire to show him our best. And although his "Vick", dry sense of humor was not realized by all, his true positive attitude will be remembered by those that knew him.

His love of nature's beauty - sunsets, landscapes, and seascapes - is evident from the lineage along his chosen career path, and is engraved in the four sons that have become his leg «/i» 
Vick, Paul Leonard (I3105)

«i»POLSON - Neva Janet Tollefson passed away Thursday, March 18, 2004, of complications from pulmonary fibrosis at the age of 78.

Neva was born in Lander, Wyo., on Sept. 25, 1925, the oldest of three children, to Calvin and Esther Livingston.

She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Jeannie F. Jones and brother Raymond C. Livingston.

She grew up on the family farm east of Pablo, attending schools in Polson and Ronan and graduating from Ronan High School.

For many years she worked for the Lake County Soil Conservation Service and later for the Lake County Planning Board. She was a founding member of the Sandpiper Gallery, an active artist and woodcarver and still a gallery member at her passing. In 1998 she was presented the Arts Award by the Folk Shop for her many years of contributions to the art community.

On Dec. 21,1958, she married Ronald E. Tollefson in Missoula.

Neva is survived by Ron at the family home; children Greg (Susan) Tollefson and Toni (Keith) Wock; grandchildren Heather Tollefson, Ryan Tollefson, Nicole Tollefson, Kristian Wock and Amber Wock; great-grandchild Taylor Warilla; nephews Dale Livingston and Eric Larson; nieces Linda Clairmont, Ronda Gagnon, Sandra Ouelette, Cindy Morin and Mona Reno; seven grandnephews and grandnieces; eight great-grandnephews and great-grandnieces; and sisters-in-law Esther Livingston, Naomi Erickson, Elsa Duford and Sandra (Buck) Weaver. She is also survived by her five feline companions.

Cremation has taken place with a private family gathering to be held at a later date.

The family requests that donations and memorials be sent to the Sandpiper Gallery Scholarship Fund.«/i» 
Livingston, Neva Janet (I3258)

«i»PORT ORANGE Myrtle E. Scheltens, 89, of South Nova Road, a resident since 1972, died Saturday at Memorial Hospital-Ormond Beach.

Mrs. Scheltens, a homemaker, was born in Tolna, N.D., and moved to this area from South Bend, Ind.

Survivors include a son, Gerald Jr., Ormond Beach; a brother, James Burns, Seattle; four grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to The Gideon's International/N.E.Volunteer Camp, P.O. Box 54, Ormond Beach, FL 32175. «/i» 
Burns, Myrtle F. (I3066)
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«i»Reverend Richard C. Tollefson, 84, of Fox Island, WA, died peace- fully on December 29, 2004 at his home. The former Pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Tacoma served 24 years in the ministry, and was a distinguished World War II veteran who served in India and China. He is survived by his beloved wife Eda, one son, two daughters, six grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. A memorial service will be held Saturday, January 15th, 1:00 at King of Glory Lutheran Church in Purdy. Memorial gifts may be sent to the Tacoma Seafarer#s Center, 1225 Alexander Ave., Tacoma, WA 98421; or Lutheran World Relief, P.O. Box 17061, Baltimore, MD 21298-9832.«/i» 
Tollefsen, Richard Christian (I2990)
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«i»VICK, BERNARD W., 78, of Vineland, died Wednesday afternoon in the S.J.H. Newcomb Div. after being in failing health. Mr. Vick was born in Vineland and was a long time city resident. He was the son of the late Bernard & Ruby Greenfield Vick. Before retiring Mr. Vick was employed as a salesman for the Pioneer Salt Co. in Phila., PA. He later worked for Babbitt Manufacturing Co. in Vineland for several years. In the 1940's Bernie played in the Semi Pro Baseball league. He was a member of the Sacred Heart RC Church, Vineland. He was a loving and devoted husband to the late Mary K. Malandro Vick who died March of 2002. He was also predeceased by a sister Phyllis Baker and a brother Dennis Vick. He is survived by a sister: Elaine & her husband Frank Reyes of Calif. and several nieces & nephews. Funeral Services will be conducted at 11a.m. on Wednesday in the Pancoast Funeral Home, 676 S. Main Road, Vineland, where friends will be received from 10:30-11a.m. Burial will be in the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Vineland. To e-mail condolences visit«/i» 
Vick, Bernard W. Jr (I3078)

«i»Waldemar Schjelderup Hauge was born to Dr. Malvin M. Hauge and Anna Schjelderup Hauge on July 21, 1909, in Clarkfield, Minnesota. He was baptized and confirmed in the Clarkfield Lutheran Church and graduated from Clarkfield High School.

He attended the University of Minnesota and returned to Clarkfield to run the family farm and manage the business affairs of his father's medical practice. He continued in the capacity of business manager of the Clarkfield Clinic when his brother, Dr. Malvin I. Hauge, assumed the family medical practice. He later served as Administrator of the Clarkfield Community Hospital.

On August 15, 1948, he was united in marriage to Elsie Marjorie Tollefson at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by Dr. Emil Swenson. To this union two children were born, Laurel and Paul.

Waldemar was a lifelong citizen of Clarkfield and served the community in many ways. He was instrumental in developing the Clarkfield Community Hospital. He served as Mayor of Clarkfield and was involved in many community activities throughout his life. He was a strong supporter of the Clarkfield Lutheran Church and served as a deacon.

He loved music and acted as accompanist at many local weddings. His strong loyalty to Clarkfield and its people has earned him many friends.

He died suddenly on Friday, April 20, 1990, at the Montevideo Hospital, following a period of severe illness.

He is survived by his son, Paul Hauge; daughter and son-in-law, Laurel and Brandon Goehl; two grandchildren, Jenna Rose and James; sister Cecilia Hauge of Edina, Minnesota; brother Dr. Erling Hauge and his wife Emiline of Sun City West, Arizona; sister, Mrs. Richard Stueland of Clarkfield; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother Dr. Malvin I. Hauge; sister Dagmar Akre and his beloved wife Elsie.

His caring nature, kindness and integrity will be remembered by his friends and family. Blessed be his memory.

Funeral Service:
Tuesday, April 24, 1990, 11:00 a.m., Clarkfield Lutheran Church, Clarkfield, Minnesota

Officiating: Pastor Gordon A. Trelstad

Organist: Karen Donner

Soloist: Lester 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:
Waldemar Anderson, Art Lee
Gaylen Cornelius, Lester Mikelson
Charles Flett, Ray Miller
Kenny Handeland, Sr., Nefton Nelson
Charles Heimark, Sr., G. David Peterson
Neil Larson, Harold Smith

Active Casket Bearers:
Irving Anderson, Art Nielsen
Wesley Husby, Curtis Torgerson
Leland McCoy, Jr., Dean Westre«/i» 
Hauge, Waldemar Schjelderup (I3019)

«i»WATFORD CITY -- Donald Vick, 76, Watford City, died Feb. 11, 2000 in a Fargo hospital. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, at First Lutheran Church, Watford City. Burial will be in Garden Valley Cemetery.

He is survived by four brothers, Kenneth, Henderson, Nev., Alan, Rochester, Minn., David, Aberdeen, S.D., and James, Billings, Mont.; three sisters, Elizabeth Thompson, Williston, Marion Fitzroy, Dalton, Mass., and Margaret Johnson, Portland, Ore. (Fulkerson Funeral Home, Watford City)«/i» 
Vick, Donald S. (I3084)
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Registert utflyttet fra Buksnes 7/6-1880. Reisen ekspedert i Trondheim 23/6-1880. De reiste med Inman linjen og skipet SS Tasso. 
Gjertsen, Albert Johan Schjønning (I1726)
(eksped. hos Frithjof Rasmussen) 
Holum, Ragnvald Nicolai (I5913)
(Kadet). Bor på samme adresse som broren Paul. 
Hansen, Jens Reidar (I5900)
Broren Reidar bor på samme adresse. 
Holum, Paul (I5899)
**Bygdeboka mener 10/7-1933, DIS Gravminner mener 10/7-1931 
Adolfsen, Inger Gudrun (I3728)
20/7 i følge kirkebok. 23/7 i følge grav. 
Lindseth, Kåre Erling (I3590)
21. Feb ifølge kirkebok, 22. Feb i følge gravsten og FT. 
Toften, Helmer Johan (I4372)
23. august 1897 i følge gravsten, 3. august 1897 ifølge kirkebok. 
Schultz, Dagny (I4573)
24. mars ifølge kirkebok ved dåp, 14. mars i følge FT og grav. 
Olsdatter, Josefine Marie (I5012)
25/7 ifølge kirkebok ved dåp, 15/7 ifølge FT og gravsten. 
Helgesen, Helge Kristian Kornelius (I5370)
29. januar ifølge kirkebok ved dåp, 30. januar ifølge folketelling og gravsten. 
Pedersen, Lina (I5771)
31/10 ifølge gravsten 
Ellefsrud, Emil (I2812)
6/8 når hun blir døpt, men 22/8 på FT og når hun dør. 
Kristensen, Eli Kristine (I5355)
9. juni i følge gravsten, 9. juli ifølge FT. 
Berg, Anna Petrine (I5336)
A funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19, 2003, in St. Johns Funeral Home for Margit Jensen , who died Dec. 13 at age 74.

«i»Margit Pedersen was born Jan. 15, 1929, in Venset, Norway. She moved in 1959 to Portland, where she was a homemaker. In 1953, she married Odd.

Survivors include her husband; daughters, Mona Horne and Irene Frilot; sons, Gudmund and Magne; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.«/i» 
Pedersen, Margit (I6131)
Ankom Boston, Massachusetts 20. april 1884. 
Holum, Martin (I5837)
Ankom New York fra Liverpool den 7. april 1909. 
Christiansen, Bjarne Sigurd (I4092)
Antatt oppholdssted Amerika 
Christoffersen, (Christian) Edvard (I5793)
Antatt oppholdssted: Aalesund 
Larsen, Petter Sigvart (I5101)
Antatt oppholdssted: Amerika 
Lundberg, Birger Eugen (I3410)
Antatt oppholdssted: Ankenæs 
Jakobsen, Karl Martin (I5131)
Antatt oppholdssted: Bjørnskind 
Olsen, Julie Susanne (I5095)
Antatt oppholdssted: Blokken Sortland 
Karlsen, Julius Harder Dahl (I5143)
Antatt oppholdssted: Bodsfængslet Kristiania

Fra Kristiania:
Adolf Olai Østensen«tab»
Østensen, Adolf Olai (I4896)
Antatt oppholdssted: Digermulen
Bygning for natteopphold: Drengstuen 
Johansen, Lauritz Jentoft (I4544)
Antatt oppholdssted: Drammen 
Radford, Gunnerius (I3427)

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