Reverend Ethel Kay Livingston

Mpls, Minnesota

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Ethel Kay was a cherished friend. Her quiet and unassuming presence will be missed. Bill, you and your family are in my thoughts, love and prayers.

We were so sorry to learn of Ethel's passing. We only knew her for a short time due to her brother Del's illness. She was a wonderful person and we know she will be missed by many

Bill and family, my prayers are with you. I have fond memories of Ethel Kay when she came to Waterloo.
Blessings, Barbara Patton now Rolph
Sandpoint, Idaho

Reverend Livingston was a kind loving person. She was a joy to visit and her mortal being will be missed.

Dear family and friends of Ethel,
We are so sad to lose such warm hearted person, but we do know God will take care of her much better than we do. I will never forget her great support while I was staying in Minnesota as a visiting scholar. She let me have fruitful times there. Again, many thanks to you ETHEL!

To Ethel's family and friends: As a fellow member of the LHS Class of 1960 and a fellow AFS returnee, I knew Ethel as a friend and offer sincere condolences upon your loss. May God's comfort and grace be with you all, knowing she is now in His arms.

Dear Family and Friends of Ethel. I'm so sorry for the loss of this wonderful woman. Ethel and I were high school classmates and have just recently reconnected. I am very sad that we didn't have more time, but God has his plan. RIP dear Ethel. Hugs, Darlene Evanson Goebel

She was a friend who will be truly missed.


Ethel's Obituaries

Age 69 A Presbyterian Minister Passed away July 26, 2012 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis surrounded by family. Born and raised in Lemmon, SD, by her parents, Kenneth and Mary Gaaskjolen. She was a graduate of Huron College (Huron, SD) and McCormick Theological Seminary (Chicago,...

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