Dr. Palmer Peterson

Mpls, Minnesota

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Palmer was a beacon of hope and light to Norskedalen as well as the Benrud Little White Chapel project. I can still recall the day I met Palmer and his lovely wife Lois. Such kind, thoughtful, sincere people. He provided a guiding light to the project as well as a stabilizing presence. I thoroughly enjoyed my interactions and time with Palmer, and Lois, and will miss his sense of true stewardship. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. I know the memories of your dad...

My prayers and condolences go to Dr. Peterson's family. I have also worked with him at Highview Hills and will always remember specific incite he's told me. I'm glad to have known him and been privileged to talk with such an intelligent man.

Paula please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Your Father was a wonderful man. He will be dearly missed.

You are in our thoughts and prayers .What a wonderful man. God Bless. Love Mark Karen Tim and Ben Kemp

Dear Brad, Sheri and family. We are so saddened to hear about the passing or your father, grandfather. We look forward to a making special memorial visit to the Norskedalen Heritage and Nature and Center soon.
Love, Lorie Bryngelson & Brian Herridge

Dr. Peterson was made of those qualities that helped make this country a beacon to all who cherishe Liberty, as endowed by our Creator.
It was a great privilege to know him.

My prayers are with the entire family as you grieve his passing and enjoy the fond memories of Dr. Pete's full life.

My sincere condolences to Dr. Peterson's family. It has been a privilege and honor to be a volunteer with him over the past year. I will always cherish the time we spent together at Highview Hills. I will miss him. Grant

Our Prayers and sincere sympathy are with you in your loss. Dr Peterson leaves a large legacy by his works; but more importantly in that of his wonderful dedicated family. We shall miss him and all of you at Highview Hills. May God Bless You.


Palmer's Obituaries

Passed away on May 6, 2012 at age 95 He and his wife, Lois, resided in Burnsville, MN for 41 years. Palmer was born February 18, 1917 to Peter and Aletta (Lee) Peterson and grew up on a farm in Cashton, Wisconsin. Growing up, he enjoyed working on the farm, playing pond hockey, downhill skiing...

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