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SPIES, Harold H. "Butch"  
Age 72 of Ogilvie, MN Born in Saint Paul. Passed away January 26, 2015 peacefully at the VA Medical Center in Saint Cloud, MN. He attended High School at Mechanic Arts, St. Paul, MN. He was a welder and window glazer by trade. Private family service.
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STOEBNER, Nicholas Reid  
Age 26, of Plymouth passed away at home on January 28th. Survived by loving family; parents John and Neva Stoebner; brothers Ben, Andrew & Zachary Stoebner; grandparents Jeanne and LaVern Zimmerman; 4 aunts, 5 uncles, many cousins; and special pet Django the cat. There will be a celebration of Nicholas' life 3 PM Saturday, Feb. 7th at Gearty-Delmore Plymouth Chapel, 15800 37th Ave. N. @ Vicksburg Lane. Friends may gather from 1:30-3 PM prior to the service. Nick was a free spirit who loved learning and never stopped exploring new ideas. His family will miss him very much. Memorials preferred to the Animal Humane Society. Gearty-Delmore 763-553-1411 www.gearty-delmore.com
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SWANSON, Donald L.  
January 28, 2015, Age 74 Of Aitkin, MN formerly of South St. Paul Survived by wife Karen; 3 children Gregory (Lisa), Glen & Renae (Daniel) Crabtree; 4 grandchildren, Shalyn, Kimberly, Jacob & Cooper, and sister Karen Ramirez. Per Donald's request no services will be held. Memorials Preferred to the American Heart Association.
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VALENTINE, David Charles  
WWII Liberator Senior Chemical Engineer at Whirlpool 89, of Vadnais Heights, passed away with his wife by his side on January 24, 2015. David graduated from the University of Minnesota and worked at Whirlpool for 34 years. Member of the St. Croix Gun Club, avid fisherman and gardener. Enjoyed being at the cabin and above all spending time with his family. Preceded in death by his parents; 2 brothers, and son, Grant. He will be dearly missed by his devoted wife of 50 years, Georgia; children, Kyle, Kim, Lynda, Greg (Michelle), and Dave; grandchildren, Blake, Autumn, Kaleigh, and Logan and many nieces, nephews, extended family and many friends. A funeral service will be held on February 14, 2015 at 11 AM at BRADSHAW CELEBRATION OF LIFE CENTER, 2800 Curve Crest Blvd.(NW Corner of Hwy 36 &Co Rd 5), Stillwater with a visitation one hour prior to the service. A special thank you to Healtheast Hospice and Highland Chateau for their extraordinary care. 651-439-5511
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VENNE, Mary Catherine (Loughrey)  
Age 87 ~ Long time Roseville Resident Passed away on January 26, 2015 Preceded in death by husband, Ray Venne; son, Lee Venne; and daughter, Barb Venne. Survived by son, Steve Venne; daughter, Pam Aspnes; and daughter-in-law, Janet Venne (Butch Tretter). Mom leaves behind grandchildren, Tony, Tom, Tim, and Lisa Venne (Sean McCaffrey); Mike (Noelle), Sam, Dan, and Ted (Brittni) Aspnes; and great-grandchild, Marty McCaffrey. Also brothers, Bob (Betty) and Gaylord Loughrey; and many nieces and nephews. A memorial celebration of her life will be held at the Newman-Benson Chapel of Lyngblomsten Care Center on Sunday, February 15. Visitation at 5:30 pm with the service to begin at 6:00 pm. Lyngblomsten asks that if you send flowers, please no lilies due to allergies of residents.
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WALLACE, Orlando K. "Boobie"  
Age 43 of St. Paul passed away suddenly on Jan. 24, 2015. Survived by mother, Betty Phipps-Clay; brother, Jason Clay; daughters, Rhandi, Emerald and Talondra; long time companion, Katrina Gordon; grandmothers, Geneva Phipps and Pauline Wallace. Service at St. Peter Claver Wed., Feb. 4. Visitation 10:00, funeral 12:00. Arr. Brooks Funeral Home
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WELSCH, Delane E.  
Age 80 Died on January 29. He was born on a farm in Milford, Nebraska, the eldest son of Emil and Iona. He graduated from the Univ. of Nebraska, enlisted in the Marine Corps serving from 1954-58 as a pilot with the VMA 324 squadron. After the service, he attended Michigan State Univ. and conducted his thesis work in Nigeria, receiving his Ph.D. in 1964. His first faculty position was at Texas A&M and in 1967 he joined the Rockefeller Foundation in Thailand, teaching agricultural economics, including faculty development at Kasetsart and Thammasat Universities. In 1976 he accepted a faculty position in the Agricultural and Applied Economics Department at the Univ. of Minnesota. He also served as Dean of Agricultural Programs at the University, working and traveling to Morocco, Rwanda, Burundi, and Uganda. Following his international work, he returned to the classroom. He was a mentor to many graduate students worldwide, and was a champion of women's education. He loved flying, both with the Marines and later Piper Cubs and Moonies, scuba diving and old time dancing. Committed to community engagement with causes of restorative justice, work with the UCC, both his local church and with the wider church, and service on the Board of Global Ministries which was especially meaningful for him. Above all, he cherished time with his family, particularly the travel with his daughters and later his grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his brother, Keith. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Kay, two daughters, Susan Fahning (Paul), Jo Anne Welsch (Lafcadio Cortesi), five grandchildren, Diana, Heidi, Peter, Arianna and Zephania, and a sister, Linda Jensen, plus nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. The family is grateful for the wonderful care he received at St. Anthony Park Home. Flowers have been planned. Memorials are preferred to the New Brighton UCC, 1000 Long Lake Road, New Brighton, MN 55112. Visitation will be held Friday, February 6th from 5-8 PM at HOLCOMB-HENRY-BOOM-PURCELL FUNERAL HOME; 515 Highway 96 W. at Mackubin, Shoreview. Funeral service Saturday, February 7th at 11 AM (visitation 10-11) at New Brighton UCC, followed by a luncheon.
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WEST, Stanley Gordon  
Age 82, of the Twin Cities, passed away January 21st, 2015, from complications of Parkinson's disease. He was born in St. Paul, where he attended St Paul Central, followed by Macalester College, University of MN, and Luther Seminary. After ordination He served Lutheran Parishes in Boyd, MN, Rockford, IL, and Livingston MT. He was director of Christikon Youth Camp for 7 years during which time He impacted countless teenagers through His strong faith and gifted story-telling. His first book "Amos"was published in 1983, and made into a movie in 1985. It was followed by 6 additional books, including His trilogy about St. Paul Central High School set in 1950. The trilogy is used in numerous High School English classes across the country. "Until They Bring the Streetcars Back" is currently in movie production with Film Bridge International. He is preceded in death by His brother CJ West II and His sons, Peter, Andrew and Stephen. He is survived by His daughters, Karen Karis, Julie Falkenstein, Linda Richmond, Rebecca Mulligan, and Susan West. He is also survived by 12 Grandchildren and 7 Great-Grandchildren, and Wendell Stockwell, his dear friend who helped care for him in His last years. In lieu of flowers, the family requests any memorials be sent to: Yellowstone Park Foundation, because of His love for Montana or Running Strong for American Indian Youth ( indianyouth.org ) because of his compassion for youth. Memorial Service will be March 8th, 2pm at Southwest Christian High School, 1981 Bavaria Rd., Chaska, MN. Memorial Service in Livingston, MT., on June 27th at American Lutheran Church.
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WESTERGARD, Donald Wayne  
Age 72 Of Maplewood, MN passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on January 22, 2015. He served in the United States Army from 1961-1964 as a chaplain assistant. Donald was an avid soccer coach and fan. He spent his professional career as a disability advocate for the state of Iowa and Minnesota. He will be missed by all who knew him. He is preceded in death by Parents, William and Jane and Sister, Gladys Denesen. He is survived by loving wife of 48 years, Joanne; Son, Eric of Jupiter, Florida; Sister, Linda Griffith of Princeton, Kentucky; and many nieces, nephews, other family and friends. A Celebration of Life will be held on February 14, 2015 at the Cremation Society of MN, 1979 Old Hudson Road, St. Paul, MN. A visitation will begin at 12PM with a service to follow at 1PM. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Wounded Warrior Project or Woodbury Senior Living.
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WHARTON, Grace M.  
Beloved Mother, Grandmother Great Grandmother Age 92 Res. Woodbury on Dec. 14. Preceded in death husband Estal, 4 brothers, 2 sisters & great grandson Beckett Miller. Mother of Dolores Nicolai of Portland, OR, Shirley (Darryl) Wood of Glendive, MT, Nancy (Bruce) Neisse of Santa Barbara, CA, Peggy (Bob) Miller of Oakdale, MN, Estal Duane Wharton of St. Paul, MN. There are 12 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren, sister Audrey Davis of Daytona Beach, FL & sister in law Claudine Nordean of Aitken, MN & many nieces & nephews. Memorial Services 1 PM Sat. Feb. 7th at Maple Oaks Funeral Home 2585 Stillwater Rd. Maplewood. Visitation 1 hr. prior to the service. Maple Oaks/Phalen Park Funeral Home 651-738-2198
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