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5001 «i»Harold was born on May 29, 1917 and passed away on Tuesday, August 24, 2010.
Harold was a resident of Sterling, Illinois at the time of his passing.
He retired as a Commander of the Naval Reserves.
He was preceded in death by his wife Jenny.«/i» 
Readel, Harold H. (I1946)
 
5002 «i»Hazel Margaret Heggen, 85, of Minneapolis, died Saturday, March 10, 2001, at Redeemer Residence on Lyndale Avenue. She was born on Dec. 5, 1915, the daughter of Anton and Sophia (Brieby/Olson) Heggen, on the family farm south of Rothsay. She was baptized into the Christian faith at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Rothsay on Feb. 1, 1916, and she confirmed her faith in the same church on May 1, 1930. She attended elementary school in District #5, rural Wilkin County and graduated from Fergus Falls High School in 1934. She attended Moorhead State Teachers College for two years and earned her teaching certificate in 1936. She taught elementary school from 1936 to 1945 in Wheaton, Appleton, Campbell and Bemidji. She enlisted in the United States Army as a WAC (Womens Army Corps) on April 11, 1945. She served as a surgical technician at Fitzsimons General Hospital in Denver, Colo. She was discharged on June 30, 1948. Following her discharge, she taught in San Bernadino, Calif. She enrolled at the University of Minnesota, receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree in the teaching of handicapped children in 1950. In 1952, she received her Masters Degree in Educational Psychology from the U of M. In the fall of 1951, she began teaching at the Michael Dowling School in Minneapolis. For many years, she taught the physically handicapped/developmentally disabled class. She retired in 1977. Ms. Heggen and her friend, Gertrude Lang, traveled extensively throughout the world, visiting every continent except Antarctica. She had spent a month in Hawaii during the winter for the past 20 years. She was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Minneapolis since 1957. She worked as a volunteer at Fairview Southdale Hospital from September 1988 to August 2000. She was a long-time member of the Moneta Investment Club. She enjoyed golf, bridge, and for many years had season tickets to the University of Minnesota football games. She was preceded in death by her sister, Gladys Honrud; five brothers, Clarence (in infancy), Raymond, Clifford, Alvin and Vernon; one niece, Lorraine Shirley; and one nephew, Ronald Heggen. She is survived by three sisters-in-law, Gladys Heggen of Fergus Falls, Evelyn Heggen of Tacoma, Wash., and Esther Heggen of Barnesville; eight nieces; three nephews; and numerous grand nieces and nephews«/i» Heggen, Hazel Margaret (I2458)
 
5003 «i»Helen Olander Garringer Hanson, 84, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother and friend passed away August 17, 1994 in Murray, Utah.

Born June 10, 1910 in Murray, Utah to Leonard Alfred and Hannah Johnson Olander. Married Walter A. Garringer Nov. 28, 1927 in Murray, Utah. Later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple; later divorced. Married Glenn E. Hanson, Nov. 6, 1940, in Murray, Utah; later solemnized in the Jordan River Temple. Helen enjoyed the outdoors. She was an African Violet enthusiast.

Survived by her husband, Glenn; children, Wilma (George W.) Gline, Norma Phillips, Marilyn (Jack) Brown, Maurine (William) High, Jay L. Jones, Eugene (Norma) Hanson, Nelda (Jack) Worth, Lawanna (Floyd) Higgins, David (Patricia) Hanson; numerous grandchildren, great-grand-children; several great-great-grandchildren.«/i» 
Olander Garringer, Helen (I2646)
 
5004 «i»MALTA \endash Gregory Brian Hughes, 16, died Saturday in a one-car accident near Malta.
He was born March 15, 1960, in Malta, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hughes. He attended grade school in Savoy and attended Malta High School. While in high school he was a two-year letterman for wrestling.
He was a member of Future Farmers of America and the M Club.
Survivors include the mother, Delores Hughes of Wagner, three brothers, Bill and Allen, both of Wagner and Mike of Pocatello, Idaho.«/i» 
Hughes, Gregory Brian (I2566)
 
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5006 «i»Nephi Ñ Neldon A. Hanson, age 97, passed away February 21, 2004 in Nephi, Utah.

He was born December 21, 1906 in Emery, Utah to Joseph Emil and Elizabeth Anderson Hanson.

He married Nina Chappell, later divorced and married LuLu Worthington.

He is survived by his children, Robert N. (Charlotte) Hanson; Joseph E. (Darlene) Hanson; Sherry (William) Brady; Alice (Boyd) Mayer; 10 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild; brothers, LaVon Hanson and Fay Hanson. Preceded in death by his wife LuLu; two brothers, Glen and Vern Hanson; one sister, Ruby Richenbach«/i» 
Hansen, Neldon (I2611)
 
5007 «i»Nina Hanson Bowers, age 80, passed way October 15, 1991 at the Canyon Hills Care Center in Nephi, Utah.

Born October 31, 1910 in Nephi, Utah to Robert and Clara Golden Chappell. Married Neldon Hanson in 1929; later divorced. Married Clarence Bowers in 1979; he died in 1988. She was an active member of the LDS Church, serving in many positions and serving a Stake Mission. She was active in the 4-H program and a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.Survived by four chldren, Raobert Hanson, Price; Joseph Hanson, Bountiful; Mrs. William (Sherry) Brady, St. Louis, Missouri; Mrs. Boyd

(Alice) Mayer, Klamath Falls, Oregon; one sister, Mrs. Robert (Joyce) Pett, Midvale; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by one son, Paul David Hanson and one brother, Fred Chappell.«/i» 
Chappell, Nina (I2659)
 
5008 «i»Our beloved father, grandfather, brother, and friend, age 97, departed this life to join his life long partner, Helen, on December 31, 1999.
Born November 21, 1902 in Fountain Green, Utah to Emil and Elizabeth Hanson, Had five children from a first marriage, then married Helen Olander Garringer October 6, 1938 in Murray, Utah which was later solemnized in the Jordan River LDS Temple.

Glenn was a master carpenter designing and building his own home from logs they cut and milled on their own. He was past president of Wasatch Gem Club, and also past president of the Christmas Meadows Home Owners Association. An active LDS member, serving in many different positions.

He is survived by his sons, Jay (Dorothy) Hanson, Dave (Pat) Hanson; daughters, Louise Jones, Lawanna Higgins, Nelda Worth, Wilma (Bill) Cline, Norma Phillips, Marilyn (Jack) Brown, and Maurine (Bill) High; three brothers, Lavon, Neldon, and Fay; 29 grandchildren; and numerous great and great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Helen; a son, Eugene; a grandson, Richard Johnson; one sister; and one brother.

The family wishes to express their thanks to the staff at Applegate Home Health Center, especially Holly and Cindy.«/i» 
Hansen, Glenn Emil (I2609)
 
5009 «i»Paul David Hanson, 22, died in a Provo Hospital, Friday of a kidney aliment. Mr. Hanson was born Feb. 4, 1937, at Nephi, the son of Meldon A. and Nina Chappie Hanson. He was educated in the schools of Nephi. He was married to Sue Peterson of Ephraim, May 5, 1958, at Ely, Nev. He is survived by his widow of Ephraim; a one-day old baby, Terrie Sue of Ephraim; parents of Nephi; two sisters, Alice Ann, Nephi; Mrs. Sherry Brady of Tucson, Ariz.; two brothers, Robert, Ogden and Joseph, Logan; grandmothers, Mrs. Clara Chappie, Nephi; Mrs. Elizabeth Hanson, Fountain Green.«/i» Hansen, Paul David (I2663)
 
5010 «i»Rolf Tilman Storlie, 66, of Houston, died Wednesday, July 13, 2005, at his home in Badger Valley, rural Houston.
The Rev. Storlie was born July 2, 1939, in Spring Grove, to Tilman and Gudrun (Vathing) Storlie. He was baptized Aug. 3, 1939, by the Rev. Arnold Nelson and confirmed Oct. 31, 1954, by the Rev. M.A. Braaten at Stone Church, Houston.
In 1957, he graduated from Houston High School and enrolled at Luther College in Decorah, IA. After completing his BA degree in 1961, he entered Luther Theological Seminary, St. Paul. The Rev. Storlie served his year of internship at Trinity, St. Paul, and Zion Lutheran Churches of Lisbon, ND, under the supervision of the Rev. S.L. Almlie. He received his BD degree from Luther Theological Seminary on May 30, 1965. On June 12, 1965, he married Janice Heggen at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Rothsay.
He was ordained into the Lutheran Ministry on June 20, 1965, at Cross of Christ Lutheran Church in Houston. From 1965 to 1969 he served in North Dakota as pastor of Nazareth Lutheran Church, Cogswell; Brampton Lutheran Church, Brampton; and Havana Trinity Lutheran Church, Havana. He served as associate pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Ada, from 1970 to 1972, and as pastor of Cross of Glory and West Freeborn Lutheran churches at Hartland, from 1972 to 1980. On June 15, 1980, he began his ministry at Immanuel and Wilmington Lutheran Churches in Caledonia. The Rev. Storlie retired on Oct. 31, 2004.
He enjoyed his Norwegian heritage, gardening, and flowers.
He is survived by his wife, Janice; two sons, Daniel (Susan) of Holmen; and Erik (Trupti) of Yokosuka, Japan; a daughter, Kirsten (Mark) Liberman of Naples, FL; five grandchildren; and several nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services were held July 16, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Caledonia. Bishop April Ulring-Larson, Rev. Elizabeth Stempinski, and The Rev. Norman Omodt officiated. Burial was in the Stone Church Cemetery, Houston. Memorials to the Lutheran Stone Church, Houston; Immanuel Lutheran Church Scholarship Fund; or to the Wilmington Lutheran Church.
Haugen-Roble-Jandt Funeral Home, Caledonia, assisted the family.«/i» 
Storlie, Rolf Tilman (I2468)
 
5011 «i»Royal Conrad Steen, 90, of Duluth, formally of Superior, died Friday, August 20 at Lakeshore, Duluth.

Royal was born in Superior on May 4, 1920, the son of Conrad and Alta Steen. He graduated from Superior Central High School and attended Augsburg College and Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis. Royal began his career working for the Great Northern Railway as an electrician/bridge operator on the Interstate Bridge. After receiving his Architectural Drafting degree from UW-Extension, he worked for John Ivy Thomas Architects; Superior Builder's Supply; and Porky's Building Supply. He then worked for the Department of Housing/Community Development with the City of Superior, retiring in 1987. Royal continued to work independently, drafting house plans until 2006.

Royal was a lifelong member of St. Paul's/Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Billings Park where he served as choir director for many years. Royal sang with the Duluth Superior Symphony Chorus and the Harbor Master Quartets in addition to enjoying travel and golf. He also served as president for the Douglas County Habitat for Humanity Board.

Royal was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Gratia Burntvedt Steen who died in 1997, his second wife, Jeannett Boxrud Steen who died in 2009 and his siblings; Leland and John Steen, Fay Nygaard. He is survived by his children; Daniel (Laura) Steen and Paul (Wendy) Steen, Minneapolis, Erik (Grace) Steen, Brainerd and Mary (James) Zastrow, Superior, ten grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren, stepdaughters; Kris (Robert) Gillard, Plano, TX and Cynthia Boxrud (Scott Powell), Palisades, CA.

A memorial service will be held at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Superior on Wednesday, August 25, at 12:00pm with Pastor Sarah Larsen officiating. Visitation will be from 11:00-12:00 at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Augsburg College-Burntvedt Scholarship Fund, or The Salvation Army.

Inurnment will be in Riverside Cemetery, Superior.

Downs Funeral Home, 1617 N. 19th Street, Superior, is assisting the family with arrangements. «/i» 
Steen, Royal Conrad (I3184)
 
5012 «i»Sandra Joy Hentze Sandra Joy (Reynoldson) Hentze, born on 11/12/36 in Tacoma, passed away on March 1st. She graduated from Stadium High School and The University of Puget Sound with a Master's Degree in Biochemistry. She adored animals and treasured her grandchildren. Vivacious and outgoing, she enjoyed helping others. She is survived by her brother Jon Reynoldson; son Andrew Swanson; two daughters, Karla (John) Anderson and Kimberly Swanson; and two grandchildren. Services to be held at Mountain View Funeral Home, Lakewood, WA, on Friday March 6th. Viewing from 11:00- 1:00pm; graveside services at 1:30 pm. Donations in her honor can be made to the Pierce County Humane Society.«/i» Reinholdtsen, Sandra Joy (I2887)
 
5013 «i»She was baptized and confirmed at Hamar Lutheran Church in Rothsay. After her marriage she became a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Rothsay, and was active in Ladies Aid. She was also a 4-H leader. She was a kind and loving mother and grandmother who dearly loved children and all people in general. She had many friends at the Pioneer Home. She is survived by her daughter, June (Roger) Dahnke; nine grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; three step-great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Thelma (Arnold) Flatin; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband; daughter Geraldine Pearson; son-in-law Merle Pearson; son Clarence Bilden; grandchild Rodney Bilden; great-grandchild Owen Lewis; parents; two sisters; and four brothers, one who died in infancy«/i» Flatin, Florence Eleanor (I2401)
 
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5015 «i»Son of Mark and Annie Anderson.

World War II Military Unit: 58th Sqn Bn
Military Service Branch: Army

Collision Kills Auto Rider Slick Roads Draw Blame- Special to The Tribune

PAYSON-

Slick roads Wednesday were blamed for a collision that killed a 55 yearold Nephi man. Orrin Anderson died in a Payson hospital about am after suffering a skull fracture when he was thrown from a car on US Highway 91 two miles south of Payson.

Trooper Charles Warren of the Utah Highway Patrol said Mr. Anderson was a passenger in a northbound car driven by Donna Sholes 24 Nephi when it apparently struck a slick spot on the road about 9 am.

Slides Into Car

The northbound car spun out of control and slid into the southbound lane where it collided with a car driven by Dale Arthur Saunders 21 Route 1 Payson, Trooper Warren said. Mr. Anderson was run over by one of the vehicles the trooper said.

Both drivers were taken to Payson Hospital where they were treated for cuts and bruises and released.

This was the 35th traffic fatality of the year for Utah County.

Mark Orrin Anderson, 55, Nephi, was born Sept 25 1909 at Nephi to Mark Walter and Annie Elizabeth Hansen Anderson.

Mr. Anderson, an electrician, was a lifelong Nephi resident. He was a bachelor, member the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and veteran of World War II. Surviving are four brothers Homer and Joe, Vale, Ore; Murray, Pico Rivera Calif. and Lee Nephi.

Salt Lake Tribune, Thursday, December 10, 1964, Page 13 «/i» 
Anderson, Mark Orrin D. (I2717)
 
5016 «i»STERLING - Jenny Irene Salveson Readel, "Sally" to all who knew her, 94, went to be with her Lord on Tuesday, June 1, 2010.

Sally was born April 24, 1916 in Sioux Rapids, IA, the daughter of Thomas and Inga Johanna (Jensen) Salveson. After graduating high school, Sally went to Rockford Nursing School, graduating as an RN in August, 1936. She went to work as an RN at Cook County Hospital. Sally married Harold H. Readel on March 15, 1942 in Woodstock.

Sally actively supported Harold in Sterling Noontime Rotary. She was also active in her P.E.O. Chapter BH, holding all offices. She loved bridge, reading, knitting and gardening. Sally also loved her times spent at Marco Island, FL. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church.

Survivors include her husband, Harold; one daughter, Susan (Ray) Kline, of Naperville; two sons, John (Mary) Readel, of Sterling, and Robert (Sandy) Readel, of Ottumwa, IA; and nine grandchildren, Sara Readel, Curtis Readel, Kari Readel, Drew Readel, Anne Readel, Libby Readel, Tom Readel, Meredith Kline, Ray Kline.«/i» 
Salveson, Jennie Irene "Sally" (I1942)
 
5017 «i»Verna Mae Parrott was born on December 31, 1932 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She met Glenn Helge Hauge (born January 1, 1930) when she was 9 years old and he was 12 years old. They were married on April 7, 1952 in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. They made their home at 8344 10th Avenue South in Bloomington, Minnesota. Glenn's occupation was in the printing industry as a Lithographic press man. Verna Mae held various jobs including working for the Twins Baseball Team at Mets Stadium in the concession area for 11 years and as a mail sorter. Glenn died suddenly on May 19, 1996 of cardiac arrest, and Verna Mae died on September 20, 2000 of acute leukemia. Glenn and Verna Mae have five children: Glenn William (Bill), Randall Steven, Garry Gene, Teri Lynne and Nora Lee.
Glenn William (Bill) was born on December 22, 1952 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Like his father, he works in the printing industry. Bill, along with his brother, Randy, purchased Glenn and Verna Mae's home at 8344 10th Avenue South in Bloomington, MN after Verna Mae's death and resides there now (December 2008). Bill has never married.
Randall Steven was born on February 15, 1954 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He married Marsha Lynn Jackson on January 15, 1982. They have two children: Justin Randall and Jennelle Marie. Randy later divorced Marsha. He works for Pepsi-Cola Company. Randy, along with his brother, Bill, purchased Glenn and Verna Mae's home at 8344 10th Avenue South in Bloomington, MN after Verna Mae's death and he resides there now (December 2008).
Garry Gene was born on July 4, 1955 in Minneapolis, Minneapolis. He moved to Denver, Colorado in 1984 and worked in construction as a form setter (setting foundations for residential homes) and roofer. He also was a furniture mover at one point. In 1988, he moved back to Minneapolis, and started his now 20 years of sobriety. Garry enrolled at Hennepin Technical College in September of 1988 in their heating, air conditioning and refrigeration training program. He graduated from Hennepin Technical College in August 1990 and worked in his field with private companies for a few months. Garry was hired by Minnegasco as a heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration technician in January 1990. Over the years, Minnegasco's name changed several times: Arkla (Arkansas-Louisiana Gas), then Noram, then Houston Industries, then Reliant and finally CenterPoint Energy in 2003 or so. Garry married Kim Jasper on March 25, 2006. They have one daughter - Nicole Elizabeth born July 24, 2006.
Teri Lynne married Chuck Lanman on May 22, 1976 and divorced him on July 10, 1978. She married Gary Lano (born February 12, 1958) on September 18, 1999 and they have one daughter, Mercedes (Cede) Lee, born on November 4, 2003. Gary Lano is part-owner in a family-owned business - Lano Equipment - a construction and agricultural equipment dealer. Gary, Teri and Cede live at 6407 Bayridge Road in Mound, MN. Teri is a stay-at-home mom.
Nora Lee married Paul McDougall on May 11, 1991 and divorced him on February 15, 1994. She married Brent Hansen on April 7, 2001 and they have three children: Veronica Mae (born October 11, 2001), Sophia Jean (born February 4, 2005), and George Matthew (born September 18, 2008). Nora works in the mortgage banking industry and Brent works as a union pipe-fitter. They make their home at 6784 Marsh Ridge Court in Eden Prairie, MN.«/i» 
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5018 «u»Name:«tab»Arlene Lee
Gender:«tab»Female
Age at Death:«tab»83
Residence:«tab»Fergus Falls, Minnesota, USA
Date of Birth:«tab»18 Jan 1928
Birth Place:«tab»Rothsay, Minnesota, USA
Date of Death:«tab»28 Feb 2011
Source Location:«tab»Fergus Falls, Minnesota, USA
Spouse:«tab»Raymond Lee
Children:«tab»Larry J. Lee of Port St. Lucie, Florida, and Richard Lee of Fergus Falls
Parents:«tab»Louis Honrud
[Edna Gladys Heggen Honrud]
Brothers and Sisters:«tab»Lorraine Shirley«/u»
Full Obituary:«i»«tab»Arlene Sylvia Lee, 83, a resident of Fergus Falls, died Monday, February 28, 2011, at the Broen Memorial Home in Fergus Falls. She was born January 18, 1928, in Rothsay, Minnesota, the daughter of Louis and (Edna) Gladys (Heggen) Honrud. She attended country school, and then graduated from Rothsay High School. She was baptized and confirmed at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Rothsay. On June 4, 1949, she married Raymond Lee in Fergus Falls. She worked at the Highway Greenhouse, and at Swedberg Nursery. She spent many years at the Broen Memorial Home where she was an aide and also assisted with many activities with the residents. During her years in Fergus Falls, she was a member of Zion Lutheran Church. She volunteered with many organizations, including Lakeland Hospice. Arlene enjoyed doing crafts, making and working with floral arrangements, plants, and gardening. She really enjoyed genealogy and became the family history resource person. She enjoyed visiting with family and friends, as well as spending time in Florida. Arlene had a special place in her heart for cats and all things related to cats. Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, Ray, in January of 1981; and a sister, Lorraine Shirley. Survivors include two children: Larry J. Lee of Port St. Lucie, Florida, and Richard Lee of Fergus Falls; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation: One hour prior to the service at the Broen Home Service: 1 p.m. Friday, March 4, 2011, at the Light and Life Auditorium of the Broen Memorial Home in Fergus Falls Clergy: Chaplain Ken Austin and Pastor Kate Bruns Interment; Oak Grove Cemetery in Fergus Falls Funeral Home: Olson Funeral Home in Fergus Falls«/i» 
Honrud, Arlene Sylvia (I2486)
 
5019 Øivind og Sara bor med familien til Sara i 1910,1920 og 1930. Øivind er enkemann i 1930, så Sara må ha dødd mellom 1920-1930. Fitzgerald, Sara Helen (I2017)
 

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