Edwin Ankerfelt

New Brighton, Minnesota


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"Ted" Age 85, of Champlin Visitation Monday, 4-7 PM at Methven-Taylor Funeral Home, 850 East Main Street, Anoka. Funeral Service, Tuesday 10 AM, September 22, 2009 also at the funeral home with visitation starting at 9 AM. Interment Champlin Cemetery. Memorials preferred.

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Dear Muriel and family,
We we fortunate to have known Ted as neighbors. He always had a smile and took the time to talk. He was a warm gentle man and will be missed by all who knew him.
Barb and Ken Anakkala

Dear Gary, Mrs. Ankerfelt and family:
I have great memories of seeing Ted's smile. I always smiled when I saw Ted. He was a gentleman and as kind with words and deed as anyone I knew. Ted had great spirit, wit and good humor.

Unfortunately for me he owes me some putts. I'll catch up eventually.
Very best to your family and know that Ted is missed and loved by many.
Jeff Adams

Murial and Family, I'm sending my deepest sympathy to you. I will surely miss Ted. I work at Northwest Eye Clinic and have known Ted and his Wife for many years. It was always a joy to see him come in to the clinic. He always had a little something for us like pens, flash lights, pizza cutters, etc... you name it. I even went so far as to place a large order of pens through his business for my husband. They were perfect. Ted also brought in his already read flying magazines to me because he...

Murial & family,
Our times together in the Shriners Flyers are very memorable. The pancake breakfast were always a great time to be together.
Our condolences to you & family.
Lynn & Larry Edelmann

Sorry to hear about Ted. I worked for Ted in the early 60's, and have fond memories of those times. May God bless you Ted.

Muriel and Family:

We will all miss Ted's presence in the Flyers. His sense of humor and dedication to our organization are something that will never be forgotten.
It's been an amazing 26 years since we met you and the memories will last forever.

Jay Nankivell and Family

So sorry and sending our condolences to the family. I will never forget Ted's smile and fun we had as family friends. Parting is such sorrow but good times will never be forgotten.
Kay and Joe Gerou and the Schermann kids

Sorry to hear about Ted. He was a wonderful person, a pleasure to work with and one of those people who when I think of - I smile.

He will be missed.

Jan, So sorry to hear about your dad. Deepest Sympathy to you and your family. My God find peace for you all. Bless you all in the next upcoming days. Kim Dehn