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Donald E. Alberts ~ Rural Mantorville

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

Alberts, Don

Donald died peacefully Sunday, May 22 at St Mary’s Hospital in Rochester after a lengthy illness.
 
He was born in Mantorville Township to Klaus Sr. and Henrietta Alberts. Don attended Cumberland Country School and graduated from Mantorville High School. In September of 1953, he married Joyce Stewart and together were blessed with three children who they raised on the farm in rural Mantorville. He was a member of the Civil Defense and Farm Bureau. Don retired from farming in 1999. For a brief time, Don sold real estate for One Stop Realty.
 
Don’s interests were traveling, attending farm shows and he always enjoyed a good auction. Some of the travels were to Europe, Arizona and a good road out east. With the camper, trips were to local camp sites and a highlight trip was with camping friends to Alaska and Canada.
 
The local Mason Chapter 11 had Don as a member for over 50 years. He served in several positions during his tenure.
 
Donald was preceded in death by his loving wife Joyce, his parents Klaus and Henrrietta (Raddatz) Alberts, siblings Marion Burdick, Nelda Campbell, Orvis Alberts, Margaret Biel, and Jean Threinen.
 
Surviving family include siblings Roberta Meddleton, Nadine Larson, Klaus Alberts Jr., Arlene Franz and Carolyn Holmquist; daughters Laurie (Scott) Lund, Debra Alberts and son Wayne (Tammy) Alberts. He also has six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
 
Donald’s funeral service will be at the First Congregational Church, 515 Walnut Street, Mantorville, where he was a lifetime member, on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at 11:00 am with Pastor Brian Egelston officiating. Visitation will be one hour before the service at the church. A Masonic Service will also be held on Wednesday at 10:00 am at the church. There will be no reviewal. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery in Mantorville following the service.
 
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the First Congregational Church or to the Kasson-Mantorville Masonic Lodge #11.
 
Dibble Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Kasson, 507/634-2331, is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be shared at www.dibblefuneralhome.com.


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Katherine Bell-Swenson ~ Kasson

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

Bell, Katherine

Katherine Bell-Swenson died May 20, 2016 at Prairie Meadows SLC in Kasson, MN. The former Katherine Blatti was born February 6, 1920 in Milton Township, Dodge County, MN. She attended the Mantorville School and lived with her sister and brother-in-law, Edna and Henry Schleeter.
 
She married Carroll Bell on August 26, 1936. They lived in Byron until the time of her husband’s death on March 23, 1989. They had three children; Calvin, Orlie and Jean. On October 24, 1992, she married Emmeth Swenson of New Richland and moved to Ellendale, MN.
 
Katherine was an assistant cook in the Byron School System. For four of those years, she was cafeteria manager. She worked at St. Mary’s Hospital in the dietary department. She then served as secretary of the Byron Review from 1975-1976. She was an active member of the Byron United Methodist Church, the Byron Legion Auxiliary where she was a Gold Star Mother and the Zumbro Valley Grange.
 
After she retired from St. Mary’s Hospital, she joined their retirement club. Kay was also active in SEMCAC at Ellendale. She was a very active in volunteer work. She always maintained her allegiance to the town of Byron.
 
She was preceded in death by her parents, Albert & Katherine Blatti; six brothers, Lawrence, Melvin, Garfield, George, Ed and Harold; her son Orlie who was a Navy Fireman 1st Class and died August 12, 1962; daughter Jean who died February 6, 1962; husband Carroll Bell who died on March 23, 1989 and husband Emmeth Swenson who died on October 25, 2005.
 
She is survived by her son, Calvin of Seekonk, MA; his son Brian, wife Jessica and their son Garrett of Dickinson, ND; sister-in-law Leona Blatti of Kasson and many nieces and nephews.
 
Funeral services will be at the United Methodist Church, 507 First Ave NW, Byron, MN on Friday, May 27, 2016 at 11:00 am with Pastor Beth Perez officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial will follow at the Byron Cemetery after which refreshments will be served at the church.
 
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to Mayo Hospice, the United Methodist Church, Byron or a charity of your choice.


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Margaret L. “Maggie” Currier – Mantorville

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Currier, Margaret Color

Margaret L. (Maggie) Currier, 95, of rural Mantorville passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at Pine Haven Care Center, Pine Island, MN.
 
Maggie Lou was born August 14, 1920, in Olmsted County to Harry and Agatha (Campbell) Dehn. In 1938, she graduated from Byron High School. Maggie Lou earned her RN nursing degree from the Rochester State Hospital.
 
She wed Howard “Pete” Currier on November 6, 1942. They made their home on the Currier Farm and raised 8 children. She resided there all her life. Maggie was a lifetime member of the First Congregational Church, Mantorville. While there she taught Sunday School and belonged to the Night Circle. She was also a member of the Bethel Birthday Club.
 
Maggie chose to live her life by saying her prayers, loving those in her presence, full of pride for her children and grandchildren, telling the best stories, welcoming all for a visit and a piece of cheese, saying “I love you”, laughing and having the most amazing faith in our Lord and Savior. She will be dearly missed by many.
 
Survivors include her children, Kay Johnson of Eagan, MN, Susan (Bill) Gay of El Centro, CA, Tom (Micheale) Currier of St. Paul, MN, Ike (Brenda) Currier of Kasson, MN, Jay Currier of Mantorville, MN, Mary Benson of Byron, MN and Ben Currier of Mantorville, MN; 9 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
 
She was preceded in death by her husband; son, Daniel; her parents; her brother, Bill Dehn and two sons-in-law, Jim Benson and Dave Johnson.
 
A memorial service will be held at the First Congregational Church, 515 Walnut Street, Mantorville, MN on Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 11:30 am with a visitation one hour prior. There will be no reviewal. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery, Mantorville.
 
The family prefers memorials to the First Congregational Church – Mantorville or Evergreen Cemetery – Mantorville.


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Charles “Chuck” M. Juhnke ~ Rochester

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Juhnke, Chuck

Charles Michael Juhnke, “Chuck”, was born November 23, 1954, in Brookings, South Dakota to Jeannine and Rollins Juhnke. He died at age 61 on May 16, 2016 at his apartment in Rochester, Minnesota. He was preceded in death by his mother Jeannine and his brother Scott.
 
Chuck spent his earliest years in Red Wing, Minnesota, where his father worked as a pharmacist. In 1959, he moved with his family to Kasson, Minnesota. Chuck completed elementary through high school years in the Kasson-Mantorville school system. Throughout high school he excelled in cross county running, and playing his trumpet. He performed in the All Star Band, and received the John Phillip Sousa Award. In track he was on the All-Conference Team three years in a row.
He continued running when he started his secondary education at Golden Valley College, and traveled with his cross-country team to Oregon to compete. His time at Golden Valley was interrupted when it was discovered Chuck had a brain tumor. He had surgery and cobalt treatment at Mayo Clinic. After recovery he transferred to Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. While at Luther, Chuck took a safari trip to Kenya, Africa. He enjoyed this trip thoroughly and took many slides and photos. He loved to give presentations to others so he could show his slides and talk about this grand adventure.
 
He formed the idea of becoming a school teacher and entered Saint Cloud State University for additional training. Student teaching was an eye-opener; teaching suited him, but not in that setting. His seasonal jobs were with the Rochester branch of the Department of Natural Resources, and since his primary interest was as a naturalist, it seemed to be a good fit for him. He gave cave tours and lectures at Forestville State Park, and completed a plant survey of the park. At Frontenac State Park he created signage for park trails, lectured, and did another plant survey for that park; he collected and preserved plant samples. He led exploration tours looking for certain plants at specific times of the growing season. He was a “Birder” who kept lists of birds seen every year, and had a Life-List of all birds he had ever seen. Each new sighting was an occasion for celebration. His lectures on the night birds were very popular at the parks. Chuck became a permanent seasonal employee for the DNR.
 
Off-season was the time for biking, running, and cross country skiing. He skied the Vasa Loppet at Mora, Minnesota and the American Birkebeiner at Cable/Hayward, Wisconsin. Chuck taught cross county skiing for all ages with the Rochester Community Education program, and loved creating excitement for the sport with beginner skiers. He was also fascinated with astronomy and spent many night hours searching the skies through his telescope. On the other end of the spectrum was his interest in fossils. Anyone who had a like interest was taken to his favorite spots for fossil hunting.
 
At age 49, Chuck suffered a major stroke which left him permanently weakened on his right side. His dear friends continued to drive him to birding spots, and helped him participate in Annual Bird Counts. It was a major adjustment for him to adapt to such a limited way of life. He liked to do Sudoku puzzles and to watch Jeopardy on television. If the Vikings were playing on TV, visitors or phone calls were frowned upon.
 
Chuck is survived by his father Rollins Juhnke, his step-mother LeVuo Juhnke, his sister Laura Delva, his brother-in-law Tony Delva, step-sister Chris Pape, step-brother Derek (Angela) Schmidt, step-brother David (Karin) Schmidt, several cousins, and many faithful friends.
 
A memorial service will be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 301 8th Ave NW, Kasson, Minnesota on Friday, May 20, 2016 at 11 am with Pastor Randy Fett officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. There will be no reviewal. Burial will be at Maple Grove Cemetery, Kasson.
 
In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials be directed to them to be distributed per their wishes at a later time.


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Betty O. Holmquist ~ Former Kasson Resident

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

Holmquist, Betty

The celebration of Betty’s, long and loved filled, life will take place on 9 May 2016 at 5:00pm at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 301 8th Ave NW, Kasson, MN with Pastor Dana O’Brian officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial will directly follow at the Maple Grove Cemetery in Kasson. A reception will follow immediately at the Mantorville Saloon.
 
Betty passed away peacefully at her daughter’s home in Hubert, NC. She was surrounded by friends, with her dog by her side.
 
Betty was born 7 Sept 1927 to Kermit and Edith Hovden in Ridgeway, IA, the oldest of four children. She graduated High School in Spring Valley in 1946.
 
She worked at the Hormel Meat Plant in Austin, where she met her husband Willard E. (Bill) Holmquist. They were married in July 1951. They had two children. Pamela (deceased) and Michelle (Shelly) who is a retired 1st Sgt, USMC and is the current owner of Medals to Honor, Inc. in Hubert, NC.
 
Betty worked for many years as an employee and manager of the Broadway Café. She also bartended at the Union Club. Bill & Betty moved to Kasson in 1971 where they owned and operated The Village Inn Restaurant, until retiring 20 years later.
 
She was preceded in death by her Husband (Bill); one Daughter (Pam); Brother Buddy and his wife Gwenlyn; Sister (Patricia Egglaston (Smitty); Stepson (Gary Holmquist) and Grandson (Tadd); Niece Sonja Hovden; Nephews Terry Turbenson, Kermit and Robin Hovden.
 
Betty is survived by her daughter Michelle (Shelly) Holmquist of Hubert NC; Sister Dana (Hovden) Loy of Rochester; Step Daughter Jody (Holmquist) Nygaard and Husband Tom of Albert Lea; Stepson Steve Holmquist and wife Sue (Osmundson) of St. Cloud; Step daughter Mary (Hunter) Holmquist of Lolo, Mt; Sister-in-law Carol (Holmquist) Baumgartner of St. Paul. Betty has an extended family of numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great grandchildren, all whom she loved deeply.
 
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s/Dementia Research Foundation.


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Eileen Rossman O’Brien ~ Kasson

Monday, April 25th, 2016

O'Brien, Eileen edit

A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on May 7 at Christ the King Catholic Church at 202 4th St NW in Byron with Rev. Paul Surprenant officiating. A rosary will be said at 7:00 pm on Friday, May 6. Burial will be in St. Margaret’s Cemetery in Mantorville. Visitation will be at Christ the King Catholic Church on May 6 from 4 to 7 and 1 hour before the services at the church. Following the visitation on Friday, a rosary will be said. Eileen, age 92, died on Friday, April 22, 2016.
 
Eileen Rossman was born on September 6, 1923 at White Lake, SD to Leo and Elizabeth (Wagner) Rossman. Her family moved to MN near Rochester in 1931. She graduated from 8th grade at County School Dist 106 and graduated from St. John’s Catholic High School in 1941. In Sept of 1944, she and her sister Margaret enlisted in the Navy WAVES. They took their basic training at Hunter College in New York, their hospital training at Bethesda, MD, and then were assigned to the Naval Hospital at Corpus Christi, TX as hospital corpsmen. They were honorably discharged in April 1946 as Pharmacists 2/C.
 
On May 7, 1947, Eileen was married to Francis O’Brien at St. John’s Catholic Church in Rochester by Fr. Louis O’Day. The couple farmed in Byron and Kasson area. They had 10 children.
 
Eileen is survived by her loving husband Francis, children: Kathleen (Leonard) Carlson of New Brighton, Rose (Loren) Nienow of Plainview, Frances Ann Thorpe of Kasson, Bonnie (Stephen) Kalmes of Rollingstone, Teresa (Randy) Ness of Kasson, Thomas (Chris) O’Brien of Dodge Center, Patrick (Emma) O’Brien of Kasson, John (Lisa) O’Brien of Rochester, Mary (Ronald) Whiteaker of Kasson, 22 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, brother William (Sylvia) Rossman of Eyota, sisters Ann (William) Herman of Red Bluff, CA, Mary Rossman, Patricia (Harlan) Hebig, brother-in-law John Daywitt and sister-in-law Virginia Rossman all of Rochester.
She was preceded in death by her parents, son Tim, great-granddaughter Katherine Gillis, brother Robert Rossman and sisters Margaret Jones and Rita Daywitt.
 
She was a charter member of Christ the King and was very active in church affairs. She was very dedicated to saying the Rosary before mass. Eileen was a dedicated wife and mother. She loved family gatherings and all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
 
She and Francis loved old time and square dancing. Her chocolate chip cookies and vegetable beef soup were family favorites.
 
In lieu of flowers, the family prefer memorials to Christ the King Church or St. Margaret’s Cemetery.


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Ellen Boyum ~ Kasson

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Boyum, Ellen Edit

Ellen, 83, was born in Minneapolis, MN to parents Albert and Ethel Johnson. Ellen was the youngest of six siblings with four brothers Albert, William, Lee, Richard and one sister Florence. Ellen lived in various Twin City locations until she moved to Kasson to live with her brother Lee who was teaching school. Ellen graduated from Kasson High School in 1950.
 
Ellen married Glenn Boyum on June 4, 1950. Ellen and Glenn moved into the current residence that year. Ellen was a Kasson resident for 66 years. Four children filled their hearts and home over the next 11 years- Sharon (Dallas Ness), David (Kim), Sandee (Doug Kimble) and Kristine (Keith Knutson). Ellen was blessed with and enjoyed 12 grandchildren Marlo, Katie, Maggie, Rachel, Jeremy, Glenn, Lee, Mark, Adam, Corey, Andrew and Zachary along with 12 great grandchildren Gabe, Laney, Miles, Aiden, Addy, Austin, Bode, Jordy, Jaxon, Aidan, Scarlett and Charlotte.
 
On early vacations the family camped in Yellowstone National Park, Montana, Colorado and Washington DC. This was before tent camping was a popular family activity as Ellen remembered going to three different camp grounds in Yellowstone before finding someone to camp next to.
Later vacations included trips to resorts in Northern Minnesota with Joe’s Lodge in Bemidji a favorite retreat. Ellen and Glenn celebrated their 25th Wedding anniversary in Hawaii. The family also recalls great trips to Florida.
 
Ellen was a competitive golfer and captured many trophies from the Zumbro Valley Ladies League. She enjoyed playing cards with her friends during card club night. However Ellen’s real hobby passion was quilting and knitting. Ellen created with cloth and yarn the way some people paint portraits. Every family member appreciated the quilts, scarves, hats, sweaters and pillow cases Ellen created. Ellen also knitted prayer shawls for the Lutheran Church. Ellen was also an avid reader.
Ellen was a long standing member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Kasson. She participated in making Lefse and serving the Lutefisk supper….a long standing tradition at St. Johns. Ellen and Glenn joined other church members on a trip to Norway where they visited the town of Boyum. Souvenir Boyum stones were found secured in a canister in their home.
 
Ellen had many careers – Homemaker, Health and Beauty Aid shelf stocker and the Keebler cookie lady.
 
Ellen was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn, and all of her siblings.
 
Funeral celebration will be 2:00 pm on Sunday May 1, 2016 at St John’s Lutheran Church, 301 8th Ave NW, Kasson, MN with Pastor Randy Fett officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. There will be no reviewal. Burial will be at Maple Grove Cemetery, Kasson, MN.
In Lieu of flowers the family prefers memorials to The Kasson Public Library and St. John’s Lutheran Church.


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Evelyn L. Suhr ~ Mantorville

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Suhr, Evelyn

Evelyn Lavonne Suhr, 91, passed away peacefully in her sleep early Thursday morning, April 7th, at the Fairview Care Center in Dodge Center where she had resided for 16 days. She had been a resident at Prairie Meadows Senior Living Center in Kasson since August of 2012.
 
Evelyn was born Christmas Eve, 1924, to Alvera M. (Peterson) and Walter C. Wyttenbach at their Milton Township family farm home in Dodge County. She was the third of their six children. Her formal education began at the nearby Milton Country School and continued at the Mantorville High School. She was the last surviving member of her 1942 graduating class. After High School, she was employed at the Rochester Bottling Company and then in Mantorville rationing scarce goods for Dodge County residents during World War II.
 
She was united in marriage to Wayne H. Suhr of Mantorville on Friday, October 13th, 1944, at the Wyttenbach Family Farm. As Wayne served his country with the US Navy, she accompanied him to various Naval Bases on the East Coast. They returned to Minnesota after the war, becoming the third Suhr generation to operate Zumbro Valley Farms in Mantorville Township. Evelyn and Wayne worked side by side on the farms until moving to Mantorville in 1980.
 
While working hard, they also prioritized time for family, friends and church.
Evelyn was a very active and faithful member of the First Congregational Church in Mantorville, serving as a teacher, camp counselor, Women’s Fellowship member and host for the Berean Bible Study. She and Wayne also participated in several farm-related organizations including 4-H (serving as a leader), 6-H, and neighborhood card clubs. She was also a charter member of the Mantorville Senior Citizens and a member or the VFW Ladies Auxiliary. Evelyn enjoyed ceramics, cooking, canning, and caring for her lawn and gardens. She took a great interest in feeding the birds, especially bluebirds and cardinals. She was an incredibly gracious and caring wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend to many; Evelyn will be dearly missed.
 
Eveyln was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Wayne on March 26, 1982, sisters Dorothy Anderson and Phyllis Helmbrecht, and brothers Warren “Bud” and Jim Wyttenbach. She is survived by: her 4 children— Mike (Rollie) of Minneapolis, Jerry of Kasson, Ginny (Sam) Basseen of Oak Ridge, TN., and Don (Terri) of Mantorville; her brother, Daryl (Belva) Wyttenbach, of Magnolia, DE, sister-in-law Joy Suhr of North Platte, NE, and brother-in-law Lloyd (Betty) Suhr of Carmichael, CA; nine grandchildren-Stacy Ann Suhr of Claymont, DE, Adam (Stacy) Suhr of Kiester, MN, MaryBeth (Ramon) Espinoza of Kasson, Mandy (Nathan) Suhr-Sytsma of Decatur, GA, Alisha (Jason) Thompson of Fayetteville, GA, Nathan (Kristin) Basseen of Brentwood, TN, Joel and Jason Suhr of rural Mantorville and Becky (Jacob) Schutz of Minneapolis ; sixteen great grandchildren; and 30 nieces and nephews.
 
Evelyn’s Celebration of Life Memorial Service will take place Saturday, April 30th, at the First Congregational Church, 515 Walnut Street, Mantorville, MN at 11:00am with visitation one hour prior to the service with Pastor Brian Egelston officiating. Inurnment will be at Evergreen Cemetery, Mantorville, MN.
 
In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials to the First Congregational Church or the charity of choice in memory of Evelyn.


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Margaret J. “Muggs” Glidden ~ Former Rochester, MN Resident

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Glidden, Margaret

Margaret J. “Muggs” Glidden, 80, of Tuscumbia, Alabama, passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 with family by her side. She was born December 23, 1935 in Kasson, Minnesota.
 
Margaret worked her entire career as a surgical technician at Methodist Hospital in Rochester, MN and later in Scottsdale, AZ. She was married to William Glidden and they were later divorced.
 
She particularly liked to bake sugar cookies, rosettes and banana cream pies. Margaret loved gardening, hiking, going to hockey games with her son and watching any kind of sport on television.
 
She is survived by sons Terry (Cathy) and John Troy; sister Barbara (Donald); brothers Milton (Marcia), Richard (Prudence) and Philip; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
 
A Celebration of Margaret’s Life will be held Saturday, April 9, 2016, 10:00 am – Noon at the Dibble Funeral Chapel, 213 W. Main St., Kasson, MN. There will be no reviewal.
 
In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials to the charity of the donor’s choice.


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Harold Solberg ~ Kasson

Sunday, March 20th, 2016

Solberg, Harold Edit

Harold Solberg, 77, of Kasson, MN passed away March 18, 2016 at St. Mary’s Hospital, Rochester, MN.
 
He was born June 1, 1938 to Adolf and Alice Solberg in Rushford, MN. He served in the U.S. Army from 1956-1958. On November 13, 1960 he married Janet Iverson in rural Kasson, MN. They had four children who they raised in Kasson, MN.
 
He loved his family above all else and showed his love daily, spending as much time with them as he could. He was ready to help anyone, with anything, at any time. He was a very social person, whether visiting family and friends or striking up a conversation with a stranger. People loved him and his kind and witty personality.
 
Harold enjoyed attending his grandkids’ sporting events, coffee with his friends at Erdman’s, daily walks, gardening, and all outside yard work. He created lasting memories with family and friends through many years of camping and snowmobiling.
 
Harold is survived by his wife Janet; four children, Dean Solberg (Sandi) of Byron, Julie Solberg-Eidenschink of Kasson, Craig Solberg (Jan) of Kasson, and Colleen Solberg (Ben) of Owatonna; five grandchildren, Donelle Sandeno of Mantorville, Jake Sandeno of Peterson, Dylan Solberg of Port St. Lucie, FL, and Nikki Eidenschink and Abby Eidenschink of Kasson; one great-grandson, Jeron Sandeno of Mantorville; sisters Carolyn Wagner (Lee) of Hammond, Janel Torgerson of Byron and Noreen Remund (Lonnie) of Mankato and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Wallace Solberg and granddaughter Taylor Solberg.
 
A memorial service will be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 301 8th Ave NW, Kasson, MN on Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 11:00 am with Pastor Dana O’Brien officiating. Visitation will be at the church on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 5:00-7:00 pm. Inurnment will be at Grandview Memorial Gardens, Rochester, MN at a later date.
 


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