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Blunt, Stanhope - Missoula  
Stanhope Eccleston Blunt, Jr. Marco Island, FL The warmest and most decent man that many of us were blessed to know as our father, husband, colleague, and friend, has passed away and is now in the Lord's hands. Still mobile and living at home at 93, he died July 20, 2015 from complications from a fall. He radiated kindness and good will to all he encountered and will be deeply missed by everyone who knew and loved him. Stanhope was born March 22, 1922 in La Junta, CO, but raised in St. Paul, MN where he attended St. Paul Academy as a young man. He later attended Northwestern University and Carlton College before enlisting in the Army Air Force in 1943. From his base in Italy, he flew 34 combat missions as flight navigator in B-24 bombers (and later provided a fascinating account of his experience in a book he wrote based on his World War II diary). After the war, Stan graduated BBA from the University of Minnesota, then traveled to California on a job search doing short stints driving an armored mail truck for the San Francisco Post Office; working at a lumber camp, and playing piano in an Oakland waterfront saloon. Stan returned home to St. Paul in 1948, and landed the job as the first St. Paul employee of Western Airlines when they extended service into the Twin Cities. During his ten year stint there, he progressed from ticket agent to regional sales manager of the California based carrier, before switching careers in 1958. After the airlines, Stan joined Minneapolisbased advertising agency Campbell Mithun, as a trainee, and would spend the rest of his working years with this firm including a six year period managing their Denver office (1963 to 1969). After returning to Minneapolis headquarters, Stan was made President in 1970 and then Chairman/CEO in 1974, when he headed a group who bought out founder, Ray Mithun. With billings tripled since the Mithun buyout, CampbellMithun joined the Ted Bates Agency (New York) in 1978 to afford clients better international capabilities. Until his retirement in 1984, Stan continued as Campbell Mithun's Chairman and CEO and as a member of the Bates executive committee in New York City. Since retiring, he split his time between Minneapolis and Marco Island, FL. His many hobbies have included piano, painting, golf, travel, writing, hunting, and fishing. He became the founding president of the Madeleine Island Golf Club; co-founded Arctic Lodge Ltd., one of the earliest fly-in fishing camps in northern Saskatchewan; produced a videotape on golf legend Gene Sarazen, and authored two books, one a family genealogy, and the other on his WW II experiences as mentioned earlier. Stan also dedicated his time to his community, serving on the local boards of the hospital, symphony, United Way, and others. He is survived by his wife, Ann McDermaid Blunt; his son, Douglass and wife, Angela Blunt of Uniontown, OH; his son, Brian and wife, Lavonne, and their son, Cooper Blunt of Missoula, MT; and daughter, Melissa and her husband, Chuck Leonard, also of Missoula. His first wife, Barbara Douglass Blunt, died in 1995. A memorial celebration of his life will be held at the Lakewood Chapel in Minneapolis on Thursday, August 20th at 2:00 p.m. followed by a reception at the Minikahda Club - his favorite place in Minneapolis. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to your charity of choice.
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Published in Naples Daily News on July 28, 2015
Bowman, Edmund - Naples  
Edmund Bowman Naples, FL Edmund (Eddie) H. Bowman, born March 9, 1947 in Quebec, Canada, resident of Naples, FL passed away on July 23, 2015 after a lengthy illness. Eddie was a veteran of the US Naval 7th Fleet. He is survived by his son, Edmund V. Bowman of IL; his sisters, Gail (Guy) Ekblad, Audrey (Tony) Ledbetter and Bonnie (Jim) Rallo; and his brother, Lawrence (Rachael) Bowman as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his parents, Marie Florence and Edmund A. Bowman. Services will be private. Online condolences may be made by visiting www.fullernaples.com . Please sign guestbook napesnews.com/obits
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Published in Naples Daily News on July 25, 2015
Broselle, Monta - Other Towns  
Monta Broselle Greenville, SC Monta Jean 'Betsy' Broselle, 77, widow of James A. Broselle, passed away on July 13, 2015 at her home in Greenville SC. Betsy never met a stranger and enjoyed her time on earth to its utmost. She was a loving mother and grandmother and will be missed dearly. Left to share the memories are one brother, Roy Casey; a son, James P. Broselle; a daughter, Bridgette M. Broselle; three grandchildren Jake, Dalton and Demi; and countless nieces, nephews and friends. Memorial donations may be made to a Hospice of one's choice.
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Published in Naples Daily News on July 24, 2015
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