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Maurice Jerome Fosse
11 Nov 1920
21 Aug 2012 (aged 91)
Valley of the Sun Mortuary and Cemetery
Chandler, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
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From: The Ottawa Daily Times - 9/10/2012

Major Maurice J. Fosse 1920-2012

MESA, Ariz. — Maurice Jerome Fosse, 91, U.S. Army (ret.), passed away Aug. 21 in Mesa, Ariz.

Services were Aug. 24 at Valley of the Sun Mortuary and Cemetery in Chandler, Ariz., with full military rites.

Major Fosse was born Nov. 11, 1920, in Freedom Township, to Harold and Sadie (Friestad) Fosse.

Maurice was a career officer with the U.S. Army, retiring with the rank of major. He visited Illinois often.

He is survived by a sister, Monica Y. Howell, of Olympia, Wash., a brother, William H. (Ruth) Fosse of Evansville, Ind., and nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Harold and Sadie Fosse; sisters, Kathleen A. (Melvin) Holm, Marilynn A. (John) Smith, Phyllis E. (Paul) Bohannon and Barbara Jean Fosse in infancy; a niece, Mary E. (Holm) Kennedy-Thompson; a nephew, James A. Bohannon; and a nephew's wife, Barbara A. Bohannon.

Memorials may be directed to the Veterans Home in La Salle. 
Fosse, Maurice Jerome (I4835)
Bertha J. Madsen Died April 21, 2005

Bertha J. Madsen, 84, died on Thursday, April 21 at Oakview Medical Care Facility, after suffering a stroke.

Born Berta Johanna Kristiansen in Denmark in 1920, she emigrated to the United States with her family. She was given the name Bertha Christensen by immigration and was raised in Scottville.

She married Clarence Madsen 66 years ago and together they had two children, Harriet (Klotz), who died in 2002 and Raymond, who now lives in Connecticut.

In addition to her loving husband and son, she is survived by her sister, Gerda Schaap; and son-in-law, Charles Klotz. She also leaves behind five wonderful grandchildren, Charles Klotz Jr., Thomas Klotz, Dawn McHale, Jennifer Klotz and Shelley Havern, and their loving families, including six great-grandchildren.
Kristiansen, Berta Johanne (I951)
Cause of death/dødsårsag: Typhus 
Rossen, Mathias Mathiesen (I1089)
Chicago Tribune (IL) - September 21, 1941

Deceased Name: HEDE

Andrew Hede of 2459 S. Sawyer avenue, passed away at Hayward, Wis., beloved husband of Aranka Hede, nee Brogyanyi; fond father of Earl, father-in-law of Sophia Hede. Member of Master Bakers' Singing society. Resting at funeral home, 5701-03 W. Division street, where services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22. Interment Woodlawn cemetery

Hede, Andreas Sørensen (I2083)
Clarence "Curly" Madsen

Clarence "Curly" Madsen, 93, of Ludington, passed away on Dec. 26 at Sutter Living Center. He was born January 25, 1919 son of George and Marie (Gygax) Madsen.

Curly attended Ludington High School and was in the Army Infantry in WWII. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation and the Purple Heart. Clarence married Bertha Christensen in 1939 at Emanuel Lutheran Church, worked for the City of Ludington Water Works Department for 25 years retiring in 1981 and was a member of the Danish Brotherhood.

He is survived by his son, Raymond Madsen; and his grandchildren, Charles Klotz, Thomas Klotz, Dawn McHale, Jennifer Crzegorzyz, Shelley Klotz and their families.

Clarence is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Bertha; and daughter, Harriet Klotz.

Burial will take place at Lakeview Cemetery in Ludington. Memorial contributions may be directed to The Sutter Living Center, 1001 Diana Street, Ludington, MI 49431.

The family has entrusted Oak Grove Funeral Home & Cremation Center with arrangements.

Please visit Curly's personal web page at www.oakgrovefh.

Ludington Daily News (MI) - Saturday, December 29, 2012  
Madsen, Clarence Frank (I952)
Enligt egna uppgifter befann han sig utrikes under 1885 då han idkat utrike sjöfart 
Ekman, Otto Robert (I3959)
Guestbook for Harold B. Braley Sr.

I will always remember Uncle Harold. he would always make it a point to come see me when I came up to N.H. when I hauled a load up there.I will miss him as All of the family..he is now with the rest of his family . rest in peace Uncle Harold
Charles M. Braley

Dec 10, 2013
Pensacola,, FL

I brought my mother (Barbara Healey-Braley to visit with Uncle Harold in the summer of 2005 we had a very nice visit. We talked about the good old day's and about my dad James Braley, he looked really good. I sent him pictures that he said he would like and I hope some one got them and kept them. That's how I remember him laughing and sitting in his chair.
Bernadette Braly-Severns

Dec 9, 2013
Sallisaw, OK United States

I am so sorry to hear of uncle Harold's passing. It is so very sad to see the last of Grammy Braley's family now deceased. No more fathers mothers, aunts and uncles. This realization makes me so very sad! My heart goes out to all our family as we all grieve our loss! Rest in peace uncle Harold!!!
Brenda Braley Fuller

Dec 9, 2013
Ocala, FL United States

Today's ceremony was absolutely beautiful and we are all gonna miss a wonderful man.
lisa long and john long

Nov 30, 2013
somersworth, NH

So sorry for your loss. My Condolence to the Family. .. I am sure you do not know me but as a young child guessing 7 or 8 years old my Dad I would go to the Braley Farm .. now off of Rt 43.. I always wondered where all the family moved close but so far..Memories last forever..
Jeannette Wilkins

Nov 30, 2013
Nottingham , NH Rockingham

Rest in peace, sweet Grandpa. I have all great memories of you when you were strong and full of life. I am happy you are now in a place of peace. Look over the family, I know you will.

Love you always.
Ally Roy

Nov 29, 2013
Phoenix, AZ USA

I remember my Dad as being so strong and so protective of me, I always felt safe and loved when we were together. When Ally, his grandaughter was born, the love just grew.....thanks for being my Dad, and now our guardian....Serina
Serina Braley Roy

Nov 28, 2013
New Market, MD USA

My best memory with my dad is when we went to Salisbury beach..laughing and playing games as well as eating you dad!!!
john long

Nov 27, 2013
somersworth, NH

So sorry for everyones prayers are with all of you...
lisa long

Nov 27, 2013
somersworth, NH rockingham

Braley, Harold Bernard (I763)
Helen Arleen Ewald, 91, of Curtis, passed away May 18, 2014, at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in North Platte.

Helen was born on Aug. 15, 1922, in Frontier County, to Carl and Sigrid (Jepsen) Nelsen. After graduating from UNSA in 1940, she earned a teaching certificate from Kearney Teachers College and taught in two rural county schools.

On June 9, 1941, at Oberlin, Kan., Helen married Jim Ewald and they farmed and raised their six children in Lincoln County, north of Curtis.

In addition to crops, irrigation and livestock, Helen raised and sold chickens and eggs and shared the abundance of large gardens with family and friends. Helen will be remembered by many for her work ethic, honesty, hospitality, and generosity. The farm remained her home until she moved to Curtis in 2006.

Helen then had more time to devote to reading and embroidery, sharing books with friends and making sure each of her grandchildren had a needlework pillow case and a supply of strawberry jam.

She had been an active member of Ebenezer Lutheran Church and was a current member of St. John?s Lutheran Church in Curtis.

Survivors include a daughter-in-law, Nelda Ewald, of Daytona Beach, Fla.; four daughters, Karen (Jerry) Lehman, of Farnam, Ann (Pat) Hagan, of Smithfield, Jo Ellen (Rod) Jurgens, of Lamar, Mo., Mary (Dennis) Peterson, of Bertrand; a son, Lynn (Patty) Ewald, of Curtis; a nephew, Michael Lehman, of North Platte; a dear friend, Carol McKennon, of Curtis; 19 grandchildren; and 37 great-grandchildren. Helen was looking forward to welcoming another great-granddaughter to the family in June.

Helen was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jim in 1979; a son, Bill, in 1997, and her sister, Marjorie Lehman, in 2006.

Memorials are suggested to the St. John?s Lutheran Church, 504 Wallace, Curtis, NE 69025 or Frontier County Library. To sign the online guest book, go to

Services will be at 1 p.m., today, at St. John?s Lutheran Church, of Curtis, with the Rev. Derrick Brown officiating. Burial will follow at the Curtis Cemetery. Blase-Wetzel-Strauser Memorial Chapel, Curtis, is in charge of arrangements.
Nelsen, Helen Arleen (I376)
Damgaard, Peder Habekost (I5950)
Stenger, Appel Lorenzen Nielsen (I537)
Holm, Willads (I2868)
Holm, Melvin Willars (I4370)
Rossen, Sønnich Chrestensen (I1581)
Stenger, Johanne Margrethe (I1853)
Rossen, Hans Marius (I992)
Klassey, Eunice Lorraine (I4365)
Hedbjörn, Anne Louise (I2944)
Stenger, Alfred Petersen (I566)
Rossen, Hans Marius (I992)
Laurin, Gay (I3072)
Indlæg 22. september 1916 i Ribe Stiftstidende:
Tabslisten meddeler som savnede: Peter Petersen 2. fra Kegnæs, Otto Aabling fra Skærbæk, Rasmus Hejsel fra Bolderslev, Søren Skøtt fra Skibelund, Markus Drabe fra Bøjskov Skov, Jens Henriksen fra Stenderup Mark i Haderslev amt, Otto Dall fra Felsted, Henrik Bendiksen fra Augustenhof, Hans Hansen fra Holm paa Als, Søren Beier 6. fra Birkelev, Heinrich Bjerum fra Toftlund, Hans Borg fra Skærbæk, Jes Raven fra Oberstedt Feld(Ørsted Mark?) i Haderslev amt, Hans From fra Rødding, Niels Good fra Stevning, Hans Hansen 4. fra Kjocey (?) i Sønderborg amt, Willands Holm fra Brøns, Matthes Nørgaard fra Stenderup i Haderslev amt, Peter Post fra Spandet, gefreiter Peter Quitzau fra Aabenraa og Andreas Madsen fra Genner. 
Holm, Willads (I2868)
Indlæg 22. september 1916 i Ribe Stiftstidende:
Tabslisten meddeler som savnede: Peter Petersen 2. fra Kegnæs, Otto Aabling fra Skærbæk, Rasmus Hejsel fra Bolderslev, Søren Skøtt fra Skibelund, Markus Drabe fra Bøjskov Skov, Jens Henriksen fra Stenderup Mark i Haderslev amt, Otto Dall fra Felsted, Henrik Bendiksen fra Augustenhof, Hans Hansen fra Holm paa Als, Søren Beier 6. fra Birkelev, Heinrich Bjerum fra Toftlund, Hans Borg fra Skærbæk, Jes Raven fra Oberstedt Feld(Ørsted Mark?) i Haderslev amt, Hans From fra Rødding, Niels Good fra Stevning, Hans Hansen 4. fra Kjocey (?) i Sønderborg amt, Willands Holm fra Brøns, Matthes Nørgaard fra Stenderup i Haderslev amt, Peter Post fra Spandet, gefreiter Peter Quitzau fra Aabenraa og Andreas Madsen fra Genner. 
Quitzau, Peter Detlefsen Heinrich (I3674)
Ione Jewel Klaessy, 86, of Parkers Prairie, died Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2007, at St. William's Living Center in Parkers Prairie.

She was born Nov. 14, 1920, to John and Inga Aune at their farm in Sverdrup Township near Underwood in Otter Tail County, where she was raised along with her 11 siblings.

She attended Barnard School and graduated from Underwood High School. Ione was employed at various local businesses including Haberstad's Store and J.C. Penny in Fergus Falls. She was also employed as an inspector in Detroit, Mich., in the manufacturing of parts for the B-29 Superfortress during World War II.

On June 15, 1945, she married Dale Klaessy at First Lutheran Church in Pasco, Wash. They met when Dale's gospel quartet, which included her brother, Vernon, performed locally.

To those who knew her, she was credited with making each of the 29 places (in 13 states) where the family lived, unique and comfortable homes. Due to many long deployments during Dale's U.S. Navy career, Ione was often left to parent their three children, Sam, Kit and John alone.

Ione was considered by many to be an accomplished artist. She was not only one of the early members and an officer of the Art of Lakes, but was also one of the initial organizers of the Phelps Mill Festival.

A faithful volunteer at church and in the community, she belonged to the Gray Ladies nurses' assistants in the naval hospitals, worked at Camp Joy on Star Lake, and was a committed nursing home volunteer. Ione's other interest were Bible teaching, quilting, piano and travel.

She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Dale; her children, Shelley (Sam) Klaessy; Kit (Gary) Harriger and John (Kelli) Klaessy; grandsons, Max and Sam Harriger; siblings, Kathryn (Frank) Maiolini, John (Beverly) Aune, Gudrun Otto, Mary (Julian) Wold, Philip (Joyce) Aune and Beverly (Irv) Dennen; brothers-in-law, Earl Klaessy and Ben Rhoads; sisters-in-law, Verla Klaessy and Marion Stith; and by many loving nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Samuel John Klaessy; brothers, Lawrence, Vernon and James; sisters, Ruth Estes and Charlotte Rhoads; sisters-in-law, Mary Lou Klaessy and Helen Aune; and brothers-in-law, Don Klaessy, Charles Estes and Herbert Otto.

Visitation: One hour prior to the service

Memorial Service: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, at Glende-Nilson Funeral Home, Fergus Falls

Clergy: Rev. Bill Colbeck

Burial: Rindal Cemetery 
Aune, Ione Jewel (I4399)
Joanwasko: Mame was a nick name for Marie Cathrine (or Kathrine)Miller. Leena was a nick name for Helen (or Helene)Olive Miller. Helene Marie Lund was Christian's Grandmother on his mother's side. His mother's name was Marie Cathrine Lund. Jennie and Minnie don't belong here. Ina and Nina were the names of the twins. Probably poor transcribing. There were 3 more children, Miles, Nellie, and Alice, born later. Submitted by Christian's Great Granddaughter  
Møller, Christian Hansen (I2445)
Johannes Exner

Født 25-03-1926 i Hald
Gymnasiast, dengang bosiddende i Præstegård Hald Jylland

Arresteret for at deltage i modstandsarbejde.
Begrundelse: "Uddelt illegale skrifter"

Ankomst til Frøslevlejren
Til Sverige

Opholdet i Frøslevlejren
Boede i barak nr.
H 14 stue 8 
Exner, Johannes (I3631)
Johannes Exner
Født 25.03.1926
Død 16.05.2015


Almen illegal aktivitet (fængslet)
Illegal presse

Frøslevlejrens fangekartotek
Johannes Exner var indsat i Frøslevlejren for sine modstandsaktiviteter. 
Exner, Johannes (I3631)
Marion W. Nelsen was born May 11,1917 to Peter C .and Anna Elsie (Rossen) Nelsen on a farm north of Curtis, NE. As a small child they moved to a farm south of Curtis where he attended country school and then graduated from NSA in Curtis in 1937.

In 1941 he enlisted in the Air Force and was sent overseas in February of 1942. He was stationed in the South Pacific on Christmas Island, New Heberdies and Guadalcanal. He returned to the states June of 1944 and was stationed at Victorville Air Base, CA. He was later honorably discharged at Ft. Leavenworth in 1945.

He married Wanda Fratti October 20, 1945 in Detroit, Michigan. They returned to Curtis in 1947 and moved to a farm south of Curtis, living there 16 years. Their children Jim and Diane spent most of their young lives on this farm.

The family moved north of Curtis in 1963 and lived there until 1990 when Marion and Wanda retired and moved to North Platte, NE after 43 years of farming.
He was a life-time member of the American Legion and served on the school board of the Curtis Elementary School.

His family remembers his love of his children and grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was responsible for many of them learning to drive an old stick shift car on their farm south of Curtis. He was also an avid sports fan traveling to three states to watch his grandsons and great nephew play football.

Marion was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers and their spouses Leroy and Velma Nelsen, Kenneth and Dolly Nelsen, sisters and spouses Margaret and Marvin Schmid, Doris and Gerald Awtry, nephew Dennis Awtry and most recently his wife of 64 years, Wanda Nelsen.

Survivors include his son Jim Nelsen and wife Marilyn of Marion, Iowa and daughter Diane Pollmann and husband Larry of McCook. Grandsons Clint (Mandi) Nelsen of Grimes, IA, Neil (Kelly) Nelsen of Indianola, IA, Darren (Courtney) Pollmann of McCook, NE and granddaughter Lisa Pollmann of McCook, NE. Great grandchildren Elle, Lane, Tyde, Aspen and Grady Nelsen and Olivia, Miles and Eileen Pollmann and a host of friends and relatives.  
Nelsen, Marion Willis (I68)
Maurice Foldoe, 82, formerly of Hallock, MN died Monday, June 9, 2003.

Maurice was born July 10, 1920 to Anna and Alfred Foldoe in Red Lake County, MN.

He served in the U.S. Army from Oct. 26, 1942 to Dec. 30, 1945. He was stationed in the Phillipines during WWII.

Maurice married Catherine Skaggs April 18, 1975.

Maurice worked for Ingersoll Rand in Tulsa, Okla. until his retirement.

Family survivors include his wife, Catherine; daughters and sons-in-law Bonnie and Doug Theroux, Weaverville, N.C., Carole and Dick Gatheridge, Humboldt, Debra Foldoe, Dallas, Texas, Son and Daughter-in-law Richard and Amani, Daytona, Fla./Cairo, Egypt, and step daughter and son-in-law Kay and Jerry Sextro, St. Louis, Mo.; 10 grandchildren and six great grandchildren; brothers and sister-in-laws Les and Elaine, Mentor; Stan and Shirley, Minneapolis, and sister and brother-in-law Wilma and Anton Oleson, Ariz.

Memorial services were held in St. Louis, Mo. June 10, with burial in the St. Louis Veterans Cemetery.

Because he loved music and was a musician for over seven decades, all memorials were sent to the Hallock High School Music Department.  
Foldoe, Maurice Allan (I1443)
Mindeord over Johannes Exner af Kim Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Arkitekt MAA, seniorforsker og forfatter
"Johannes Exner er død". 
Stod tanken stille, da den besked kom. 
Hos mig ja. 
Det var naturligt, Johannes var 89 år gammel, og han havde oven i købet levet et meget længere liv, end koncentrationslejrfanger ellers fik tilmålt. Men Johannes?
Måske er det en form for lammelse, der indtræffer, når nærtstående går bort. Man kan  tilmed blive aggressiv. ?Det kan han sgu' ikke være bekendt.? Følelsen omkring dødsfald er ikke alene sorg, den blandes med allehånde andre, og for mig var det tabet af en evigt nysgerrig rorgænger, hvis kurs ikke var forudsigelig, dog altid interesseret i mennesker. Men også en form for havn hos en, der dybt havde reflekteret over livet og arkitekturens forhold til dette liv, uanset opgavens art. Johannes gav aldrig grydeklare svar, men han formåede at sætte tanker i sving, at udvide forståelsen og horisonten, evindelig optaget problemer, der vedrørte arkitekturens betydning for livet og tillige uudgrundelig, som da han om en prædikestol sagde: ?Bag ved nutidens bemalede overflade ligger med sikkerhed en smuk renæssancefortælling gemt, den kunne vi kalde frem ved at afskrælle de senere malingslag, og de smukke billeder, ville nok kalde på en stolthed i menighedsrådet.? Her ligger en historie gemt, men er det ikke lige så godt at vide, at den findes? Han fjernede ikke overflademalingen, men lod  forstå, at prædikestolen var magisk i form af sin skjulte historie, og han fik oven i købet menighedsrådet med på ideen i en tid, hvor sensation er en standard i sig selv, foruden selvfølgelig forbindelser eller netværk, som det hedder.
Det ragede Johannes en høstblomst. Det som til gengæld interesserede ham var at nå ind til arkitekturfagets inderste kerne; ikke blot at forstå, ikke blot at indse, men også at kunne omsætte denne indsigt i praksis ? i virkeligheden. Han misundte naturtalenter som Jørn Utzon og Johan Otto von Spreckelsen, der uden en dybtgående analyse af en problemkreds intuitivt havde fundet det samme, som han møjsommeligt og efter års studier havde kæmpet sig frem til. Snarere end misundelse var det fascination, han beundrede denne evne til synkretisk tænkning, som en genial aflæsning på et millisekund kan være. Både Johan og Jørn evnede dette, uden tilsyneladende at have sat sig grundlæggende ind i stoffet, og så måske alligevel? 
Johannes er arketypen på en reflekterende arkitekt. Uanset, hvad opgaven kunne bestå i, satte han sig ind i alt, hvad han kunne finde om sagen i fortid og nutid. Og han var ubønhørlig. Han gravede sig ned i tingene, der til tider kunne stige ham over hovedet, men denne kamp med ideerne og materien på en og samme gang gjorde ham tillige til en af de betydeligste danske arkitekter i nyere tid, og måske en af de bedste pædagoger. Hans engagement var smittende, og hans uudtømmelige nysgerrighed, hans empatiske og aldrig docerende eller bedrevidende holdning, hans optagethed af næstens problem, gjorde ham også i bibelsk forstand til den gode hyrde. I mere end 30 år stod han som den måske mest indflydelsesrige og prægende lærer i Arkitektskolen i Aarhus ? og helt uden at konkurrere med andre.
Man kan ikke vide, hvad der ellers ville være sket på skolen, hvis det ikke var for et tilfælde. Johannes, der var medlem af ?den nye Hvidstengruppe?, blev sammen med sin far taget af Gestapo, og han fik bank i Spanien, den fine badeanstalt i Aarhus. Her kunne blodet skylles væk uden problemer. Oven i købet skulle han udholde, at hans elskede far skulle udsættes for tortur eller død, men han fraveg ikke sin historie. Han havnede i Frøslev med et brækket kæbeparti, og kunne ikke tage føde til sig. En interneret læge gav ham så en træstump, som han kunne bruge til at vride kæberne op: ?Det var ikke behageligt?, huskede Johannes; ?det var et tilfælde, men ellers var jeg død af sult?. 
Således og ad skæbnens irgange fandt han senere sin livsledsagerske, Inger, der gik på Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole. Han kendte hende fra gymnasiet, og han, der ellers ville have været forstmand, blev vendt imod arkitekturen. Inger kunne alt det, som han ikke kunne. Hun var og er en glimrende tegner. Hun har måske tillige et mere realistisk syn på timelige ting som økonomi etc., men frem for alt er hun selv en fremragende arkitekt. Det er blevet sagt, at hun skulle være administratoren i firmaet, men det kan hun ikke degraderes til. Inger og Johannes er uadskillelige, og deres værker kan netop ikke skilles ad på personer. 
Det er kendt, at Inger og Johannes Exner især har arbejdet inden for kirkebyggeri og restaurering, eksemplificeret ved deres mange kirker og Koldinghus. Det er vel ikke nødvendigt at sige, at de inden for begge områder har skabt epoke. I kirkebyggeriet via Johannes? evindelige nysgerrighed og Ingers følsomhed. Johannes, som henad vejen skabte den teoretiske begrundelse for det såkaldte cirkumstantesprincip, som de første gang brugte i Nørrelandskirken i Holstebro. 
Siden fulgte mange, mange kirker, men det var især inden for restaureringsområdet, at Johannes for alvor fik rusket op i debatten, både teoretisk og praktisk. Han opfandt oven i købet nye fotometriske opmålingsmetoder i kampen med det ret enorme Koldinghus, som ikke på gammeldags maner kunne være opmålt inden for budgettet. Det var bygningen som bærer af vidnesbyrd om hele den forudgående historie, der optog han: ?Fortælleværdien? som han kaldte det. 
Inger og Johannes var blevet spurgt, hvor lang tid de skulle have til at restaurere Koldinghus, og Johannes havde sagt: 20 år! Efter nogen tøven havde det noget befippede Boligministerium så sagt ja. Og, sagde Johannes: ?det tog 20 år med bøvl og problemer.? Bøvl henregnede han under uønskede hændelser, som politisk bævl eller ubegavede administratorer, medens problemer netop var en udfordring: Hvordan løser vi det lige?
Jeg har i flere omgange haft den glæde at samarbejde med Inger og Johannes, og er altid gået inspireret fra møderne; de havde såmænd også udset mig til at skrive bogen om dem, men jeg måtte melde pas som følge af overarbejdelse. Det var jeg dengang ked af, men efter at have anbefalet Thomas Bo Jensen til at skrive bogen, må jeg indrømme at have været heldig: Et mere værdigt minde har man ikke kunnet sætte de to.
Utvivlsomt kan Thomas fastslå Inger og Johannes? betydning for fag og undervisning; det er for mig så selvindlysende, at jeg vil nøjes med at citere Lars Juel Thiis:
?Johannes er i sig selv det største monument, som underviser, der har præget generationer, og som arkitekt, der har inspireret. Jeg spurgte ham engang, hvorfor han stadig brugte kvadratet? Jeg er endnu ikke blevet færdig med det, svarede han.? 
Man kan måske heller ikke blive færdig med Inger og Johannes, men man kan måske nu, efter det store livsværk reflektere som Paulus, og måske herved finde sammenhængen og storheden i disse to menneskers værk:

?Således ser vi som i et spejl, en gåde, men da skal vi se ansigt til ansigt; nu kender jeg stykkevis, men da skal jeg kende fuldt ud, ligesom jeg som selv er kendt fuldtud. Så bliver da tro, håb, kærlighed, disse tre; men størst af dem er kærligheden.? 
Her ved afslutningen ser vi så storheden af en livsindsats, som fragmenterne ikke kunne vise os, og som vi stadig ikke kender ?fuldtud?. Johannes liv var baseret på tro, håb og kærlighed. Troen og håbet som eneste udvej i koncentrationslejren, og kærligheden i den opbyggende tid: til mennesker, arkitektfaget og til livet.
Med Johannes Exner er en af arkitektfagets store mentorer gået bort. 
Foto: Johannes Exner i 2006, E+N Arkitektur  
Exner, Johannes (I3631)
Shirley Ann Rossen and Maurice Allan Foldoe were married twice. First time around 1941 and 2nd time in 1972. Both marriages were divorced 
Foldoe, Maurice Allan (I1443)
Steve Nedzel, the Lincoln-Way West High School band director, died shortly after 1 p.m. Friday, friends close to the family said. He was 32.

Members of the West band were informed at 5 p.m. According to an employee at Lincoln-Way District 210, Nedzel suffered head trauma from a fall as he was going to his apartment in Chicago on Tuesday morning.

He is survived by his brother and his parents. A memorial service has not yet been set.

According to the Lincoln-Way West Music Boosters' website, Nedzel directed the Wind Symphony, Marching Warriors, Pep Band and Percussion Ensemble. He also taught Music Technology I and II classes.

Before coming to West in 2009, Nedzel was the assistant band director at Lincoln-Way Central for eight years. He directed the Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, and Pep Band, taught Music Technology, Piano, and Guitar classes and also assisted with and wrote drill for the Marching Knights.

According to the website, Nedzel grew up in Palatine and attended Fremd High School. He received a bachelor's degree in music education from the University of Illinois and completed his Masters of Music Education from VanderCook College of Music in 2005 and his Masters of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Northeastern Illinois University in 2009.

Friends and students of Nedzel's began to share their memories of the beloved music director with New Lenox Patch.

"You meant so much to so many. You will be missed as a teacher, role model, instructor and friend. Rest in peace Mr. Nedzel." ? Bailey Naughton, via Facebook.

"Mr. Nedzel was the most passionate, dedicated band director I have ever met. He taught his students the importance of pursuing excellence and it showed every time the band played. He was a wonderful role model and mentor. He will be missed immensely. He now goes on to play beautiful music in paradise." ? Mary Leahy, via Facebook

"You were a fantastic teacher and touched many lives. You were nothing less than a supportive, encouraging, and helpful colleague to me. My condolences to all of Steve's colleagues and students, both past and current. He will be missed." ? Stephen Cannon, via Facebook

Steve Nedzel, 32, of Chicago, died Friday, June 17, 2011, surrounded by loving family and friends. Steve graduated from Fremd High School in Palatine, received a degree in Music Education from the University of Illinois and master's degrees in Music Education and Education Administration.

Steve was the Music Department Chairman and Marching Warriors Band Director at Lincoln-Way West High School, and played sax in the Northshore Concert Band.

He is survived by his father, Michael; mother, Karen; brother, Andy; grandmother Cecelia, Jayme, Gabby and countless friends and relatives.

A memorial for family and friends will be held at All Saints Lutheran Church, 630 S. Quentin Road in Palatine, Saturday, June 25 at 11 a.m. with visitation at 9:30 a.m. A separate service for students and parents in District 210 will be held at Lincoln-Way West High School, 21701 S. Gouger Road in New Lenox on Saturday, July 2 at 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to: Steve Nedzel Memorial Fund, c/o Lincoln Way West High School, 21701 S. Gouger Rd, New Lenox, IL 60451. Arrangements were made by Ahlgrim Family Funeral Home in Palatine. For more information, call 847-358-7411 or  
Nedzel, Stephen Michael (I3521)
Sveriges Befolkning 1950:

Civilstatus: Pojke
Mantalsskriven: Njurunda, Västernorrlands län
Fastighet: Galtholmen 1:65 mf
Adress: Skatan, Maj

Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Civilstatus: Pojke
Mantalsskriven: Njurunda, Västernorrlands län
Fastighet: Galtholmen 1:65 mf
Adress: Skatan, Maj 
Zetterberg, Bo Lennart Teodor (I2752)
The Renwick Times - Renwick, Iowa
November 6, 1941

Mrs. Hans Holm, 71, Died Monday Morning, Funeral This Afternoon at Corwith

Mrs. Hans Holm, 71 years old last April 25th, died last Monday morning at her home five miles north of Renwick of a heart attack. She had been in failing health for some time and had been seriously ill the past three weeks.

She is survived by her husband and five children, Mrs. Sam Klaessy of Spencer, Will Holm of Ottawa, Ill., Clifford Holm of Luverne, Clarence at home and Mrs. Harry Christenson of Mason City. One daughter, Mrs. Fred Klaessy, died some years ago. there are several grandchildren, one great grandchild and other relatives.

Funeral services will be held at the house at 1:30 this Thursday afternoon and at 2:30 at the Baptist Tabernacle at Corwith. Burial will be made in the Luverne cemetery.

The Holm family have lived on their farm north of Renwick for the past 30 years and are well known throughout the community. 
Wienberg, Marie Nissine (I3363)
Yrken: Gruvjordsägare, korpral 
Bergström, Verner Laurentius (I2310)
Yrken: Skofabriksarbetare, slakteriarbetare 
Sandström, Ivert Filip (I2931)
36 Celebration of Life Service for Margaret A. “Margie” Strickland will be held on Monday, February 12, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Peace Lutheran Church in Alma, Nebraska with Pastor Sarah Shanks and Mr. Gary Janssen officiating. A private family inurnment will be held at a later date.
Margaret Ann “Margie” Strickland, 61 years of age, of Republican City, Nebraska, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at the Harlan County Health System in Alma. Margie was born August 19, 1956 at Omaha, Nebraska, the eldest of three children of Clayton and Donna (Schroeder) Rossen. She received her education in El Cerrito, California, graduating from El Cerrito High School with the class of 1974. Following her education in California, she returned to Nebraska, where she focused her efforts on her three children: Christy, Richard and Alex. Margie was employed by Becton-Dickinson in Holdrege for 19 years, and most recently she was employed at The Island in Republican City, where many of the patrons were like her second family.
Margie loved the outdoors, and animals were always a big part of her life. She was an avid Husker fan, and the time she spent with her family and friends was treasured throughout the years.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and one son, Richard.
She leaves to celebrate her life; her two children: daughter, Christy Dean of Lincoln, Nebraska; and son, Alex Strickland of Grand Island, Nebraska; ten grandchildren: Mackenzie, Danielle, Dallas, Maddie, Dayson, Maddox, Taylor, Tyler, Colby, and Jayden; four great-grandchildren; two brothers: Larry Rossen and his wife, Janell of Gothenburg, Nebraska, and Matt Rossen of Hastings, Nebraska; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
There will be no visitation, or memorial book signing, the family is honoring Margie’s wish for cremation.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in Margie’s honor and will be designated at a later date.
Expressions of caring and kindness can be sent to the family
The Bauer-Torrey & Mach Funeral Home in Alma is in charge of the arrangements. 
Rossen, Margaret Ann (I4648)
37 Nachant v. Montieth, 299 S.W. 888 (Tex. 1927)
Texas Supreme Court
Filed: November 30th, 1927
Precedential Status: Precedential
Citations: 299 S.W. 888, 117 Tex. 214
Docket Number: No. 4893.
Author: R.H. Harvey

The relators, August Nachant and others, seek the issuance by the Supreme Court of a writ of mandamus against the Honorable W. E. Monteith, Judge of the District Court for the Sixty-first District, requiring him to observe and give full force and effect to the judgment of dismissal hereinafter mentioned. On November 8, 1926, and for several years prior to that date, there was pending in said district court a suit which was numbered 63,787 and styled G. H. Herman v. August Nachant, et al. On the date mentioned, November 8, 1926, a judgment of dismissal for lack of prosecution was entered in the suit. The suit was one of trespass to try title that had been instituted by G. H. Herman against the relators as defendants. Prior to such dismissal, G. H. Herman died and his representatives, who are co-respondents here, duly made themselves *Page 217 parties plaintiff in his stead. After the judgment of dismissal was entered the plaintiffs in the suit failed to file a motion for new trial or any other character of pleading within thirty days from the entry of the dismissal judgment. On January 12, 1927, they filed a pleading, bearing the same style and number of the dismissed suit, which pleading they denominated their "Motion to Reinstate and Bill of Review." The defendants in the dismissed suit, who are the relators here, waived citation and filed answer to this pleading. Afterwards the plaintiffs, under leave of court, filed an amended "Motion to Reinstate and Bill of Review," and the defendants filed an amended answer in response thereto. Thereupon the court, on July 1st, 1927, heard the said pleadings of the parties, and the evidence offered by the plaintiffs; and entered judgment purporting to set aside the dismissal judgment of November 8, 1926; and set the case down for further hearing on the merits at a later date. The relators strenuously resisted such action of the court on the alleged ground that the court was without jurisdiction because the term of court at which the dismissal judgment was entered had terminated, as respects the case in which such judgment was entered, prior to the filing of the original motion to reinstate and bill of review. And it is upon this ground that the relators seek the mandamus here, contending in effect that the purported motion and bill of review constitutes nothing more than an ordinary motion for new trial.
The amended "Motion to Re-instate and Bill of Review," apart from its number and style, bears the earmarks of a petition in an independent suit for equitable relief. Its formal parts are those of a petition; and issues of fact are tendered as constituting a cause of action. It alleges an action of trespass to try title, describing the land involved in the dismissed suit. It alleges the former pendency of the suit, and the entry of the dismissal judgment, and alleges facts as showing that the dismissal was entered through accident and mistake. It also alleges facts as showing that the plaintiffs, through no fault of theirs, were unaware of such dismissal judgment having been entered until January 11, 1927; and facts are alleged as showing that the plaintiffs were not negligent in the premises. It alleges in detail a meritorious cause of action for the recovery of said land, which will be lost if the dismissal judgment is not vacated. It contains allegations of fact as showing that an appeal or writ of error will not afford the plaintiffs adequate relief from the destructive effects which the dismissal judgment has on their cause of action. Without summarizing further, it is deemed sufficient for us to say, *Page 218 that the pleading alleges facts in detail as affording the plaintiffs therein equitable grounds for the vacating of said judgment; the existence and sufficiency of which alleged facts the trial court, as a court of first instance, has jurisdiction to determine.
We do not find it necessary to consider that provision contained in Section 30 of Article 2092 of the Statutes, which relates to bills of review. For it is our opinion that, regardless of that statute, the trial court had jurisdiction of the subject-matter of the plaintiffs' so-called Motion to Reinstate and Bill of Review. The averments of this pleading are of such nature as to require the trial court to take cognizance of the matters presented, as of a new suit seeking equitable relief, even if such pleading should not be entertained as a continuation of the old suit. Galbraith v. Bishop, 287 S.W. 1087; Osborne v. Younger, 235 S.W. 558.
The judgment, in respect of which the plaintiffs in said pleading seek relief, is one of dismissal. Therefore it is of no consequence, in this proceeding for mandamus, whether the interlocutory order of July 1, 1927, purporting to set aside such judgment, does or does not effect that purpose. A decision in this proceeding does not require a determination as to the effectiveness of such interlocutory order, and we express no opinion in that regard.
We recommend that the application for mandamus be refused.
The opinion of the Commission of Appeals is adopted, and the mandamus refused.
C. M. Cureton, Chief Justice. 
Nachant, August (I4199)
38 "Enligt Stockholms Regeringsrätt tillstånd 30/8 1934
adopterad av enkefru Adolfina Ottiliana Zetterlund född Sandström från Johannes Församling, Stockholm"
Kommentar intill Nanny Anelias födelse anteckning 23 Mars 1899, Maria Magdalena Församling, Stockholms Stad

Sveriges Befolkning 1950:

Civilstatus: Gift kvinna 1941-03-22
Mantalsskriven: Smögen municipalsamhälle, Göteborgs och Bohus län
Fastighet: Skatan 9
Adress: Skatan 9 Brevl 419, Smögen

Sveriges Befolkning 1960:

Civilstatus: Gift kvinna 1941-03-22
Mantalsskriven: Smögens, Göteborgs och Bohus län
Fastighet: Skatan 9
Adress: Brevl 937, Smögen 
Persson, Nanny Anelia (I3275)
39 "ROSSEN - June, born June 6, 1906, passed on May 14, 2004, at St. Joseph Villa nursing home. She was born in and lived most of her life at 2912 S. 15th St. Ms. Rossen was employed many years at the Livestock Exchange Building, was a voracious reader and a devoted daughter and sister. She is preceded in death by her mother and father, siblings and brother, Bob Rossen. Ms. Rossen had many neighbors who respected and admired her. Gravesite prayers will be recited at 1 p.m. Sat., Springwell Danish Cemetery, 6326 Hartman Ave." Rossen, June D (I1174)
40 *1926, arkitekt.
*20.8.1926 i Randers.
Forældre: fabrikant Frederik Emil Würtzen (1880-1950) og Anna Simone Marcussen (1886-1978).
~30.5.1952 med professor ?Johannes E., *25.3.1926 i Hald sg., s. af provst Gustav Johan Adolf E. og Gunild Holt.
Børn: Hans (1953), Karen (1957), Anne-Mette (1962), Morten (1964).
IE er sammen med sin mand, arkitekt Johannes E., blevet kendt som en eminent kirkebygger og restaureringsekspert. I parrets lange samarbejde har deres indsats ikke kunnet skilles fra hinanden. Hun voksede op i Randers i et kristent og borgerligt hjem med fire søstre. Faderen solgte metalvarer, moderen var hjemmegående. I barndommen interesserede hun sig for at tegne, og efter studentereksamen fra Randers Statsskole 1945 og et år som ung pige i huset gik hun på Arkitektskolen 1946-54. I studietiden arbejdede hun 1951-53 på tegnestuen Bjørn & Bernadotte med udformning af industrielt design. I 1952 blev hun gift med studiekammeraten Johannes E., som hun havde kendt siden gymnasiet. Som andre i tiden var de optaget af den internationale modernisme kombineret med social forståelse og funktionelle aspekter. Det moderne skulle senere i deres værker blive blandet med traditionen på en helt særlig Exnersk måde i deres mange kirkebyggerier.
Kirkerestaureringer havde parret kendskab til gennem IEs svigerfader, der var provst, og restaureringsarbejde blev en del af deres hverdag, da ægtefællen i 1956 blev ansat hos arkitekt ?Mogens Koch, der restaurerede kirker. Også personligt var ægteparret forankret i kristendommen, og de førte teologiske samtaler med bl.a. arkitekt Johan Otto von Spreckelsen, som de kendte fra studietiden. Sammen med Spreckelsen udarbejdede de et ikke-realiseret kirkeprojekt i Vangede. I 1958 oprettede parret egen tegnestue i Århus efter at have vundet 1. præmie i en konkurrence om en ny kirke i Randers sammen med arkitekt Knud Erik Larsen. Skt. Clemens Kirke i Randers 1963 blev den første af parrets i alt 13 nye kirker, der kom til at ligge med stor geografisk spredning ud over landet. Hvor Skt. Clemens Kirke er en processionskirke, blev de efterfølgende kirker udformet ud fra den overbevisning, at forkyndelsen ifølge den lutherske kirkes selvforståelse bør foregå blandt menigheden, snarere end fra et ophøjet alterscenarie for enden af en gang. Liturgien fordrer, at kirken udformes som en centralkirke med menigheden samlet omkring alter, font og prædikestol. Dette princip benævnte IE og hendes mand i 1964 ?circumstantes?, dvs. omkringstående, efter et udtryk i A. Rappes bog Domus eccleciae. I Præstebro Kirke i Herlev 1966-69, i Sædding Kirke i Esbjerg 1978, og i Skæring Kirke i Århus 1994 er alteret placeret i det ene hjørne og adgangsvejen i den ene diagonal. Opstandelseskirken i Albertslund 1984 er udformet med inspiration fra byzantinske ottekantede kirker. Kirkerummet er oplyst af sprækker i ottekantens hjørner, der kaster strejflys ind på væggene med rosafarvede felter.
Stofligheden og lyset kommer på anden vis dramatisk frem i den kubisk formede Islev Kirke 1968-69, hvor rummet er oplyst af sparsomt nedsivende dagslys. Rummets dunkle stemning er inspireret af romanske kirker. Det gælder også Nørre Uttrup Kirke i Nørresundby 1975-77. Den arkitektoniske oplevelse af de enkelt udformede rum er stærkt understøttet af en rusticitet med inspiration fra den svenske arkitekt S. Lewerentz. Som hos Lewerentz er IE og hendes mands foretrukne materiale tegl, og det er anvendt i rigt mål ud fra et homogenitetsprincip, som de udformede efter en studierejse i 1953 til italienske landsbyer, hvor de oplevede, at alt havde samme materialekarakter. Nørrelandskirken i Holstebro 1967-69 er således opført udelukkende i tegl og fremstår med en stram skulpturel styrke, der henleder tanken på den amerikanske arkitekt L. Kahn. Homogenitetsprincippet anvendtes også til at udforske andre materialer som beton, der benyttedes med forskellige overflader i Gug Kirke i Ålborg 1973.
IE og Johannes E. har fået næring til deres eftertænksomme og holdbare kirkebyggerier gennem målrettede studier. Til grund for de færdige værker har ligget et stort forarbejde med modeller og skitser samt en omfattende rejseaktivitet til vest- og østeuropæiske kirker. Drivkraften bag den ihærdige indsats har været ønsket om at rense ud og skabe klarhed på alle planer i en bygning såvel funktionelt som æstetisk, og deres indsats har også omfattet inventar. Til flere kirker har slægtningene, guldsmedene ??Helga og ?Bent Exner, udført stager, krucifikser og altersølv.
I 1960?erne og 1970?erne udførte IE og hendes mand et stort antal kirkerestaureringer. På dette område udtrykte de deres personlige opfattelse af tidens processer, som de ønskede skulle være synlige i modsætning til en mere rigid tilbageføring til det oprindelige. Deres hovedværk har dog ubetinget været Koldinghus, som de gennem 20 år førte tilsyn med og restaurerede på opfordring fra Boligministeriet 1972-92. Slottets oprindelige form fra 1808 blev genetableret uden at sløre tidligere tiders byggeaktivitet. Indsatsen påkaldte sig international bevågenhed og affødte Europa Nostra Prisen i 1994. Deres fineste opgaver omfatter også restaureringen af Rundetårn, Trinitatis Kirke og Trinitatis Kirkeplads med nyskabelsen Trinitatis Sognehus 1983, som blev en af de første sognegårde, som tegnestuen opførte. De i alt 11 sognegårde opført fra 1978 og frem er vidt forskellige og synes i højere grad end kirkerne at tage udgangspunkt i stedet. Til Roskilde Domkirke har de med ?Vilhelm Wohlert også tegnet ?Frederik 9.s begravelsesplads. Deres værker har været vist på mange udstillinger, senest den retrospektive udstilling Inger og Johannes Exner på Museet på Koldinghus 1996. De har modtaget utallige priser og æresbevisninger, bl.a. Eckersbergs Medaille 1983, Træprisen 1987, Nykredits Arkitekturpris 1991, C.F. Hansen-Medaillen 1992 og samme år Honorary Fellowship of The American Institute of Architects. Fra 1998 er tegnestuen videreført af de to døtre, arkitekterne Karen E. og Anne-Mette E., samt Finn Larsen.
Foto i KB.
Arkitektur DK 1/1994. 
Würtzen, Inger Augusta (I3630)
41 100 ÅR
Cathrine Marie Jefsen, Rosenvænget, Tøndervej 57, Skærbæk, fylder 100 år lørdag den 1. august.  
Nielsen, Cathrine Marie (I2372)
42 A memorial service for Michael A. "Mike" Borlaug will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Saude Evangelical Lutheran Church in rural Lawler, Iowa. Burial will be in Saude Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery.

Mr. Borlaug, 43, of Rochester, died Thursday (May 28, 2009) at his home.

He was born May 24, 1966, to Allen D. and Wanda (Knutson) Borlaug, in Decorah, Iowa. He was raised in rural Lawler and graduated from New Hampton (Iowa) High School. He attended the University of Iowa for four years.

Mr. Borlaug worked for Domino's Pizza in New Mexico, Hawaii, Wisconsin and Minnesota for more than 20 years. He also worked at Menards in Rochester and enjoyed sports.

He is survived by his father and stepmother, Allen and LuAnn Borlaug of Lawler; a brother, Marc (Julie) Borlaug of Flint, Mich.; two sisters, Michelle Anderson of Bloomington, Ind., and Alyssa Borlaug of Rochester; two stepbrothers, David (Sarah) Magner of Decorah, Iowa, and Michael (Kate) Magner of Denver; and his maternal grandparents, G.H. "Bud" and Vera Knutson of Fredericksburg, Iowa. He was preceded in death by his mother, Wanda Knutson; and his paternal grandparents.
Borlaug, Michael A (I2425)
43 After being confined to his home for over seven weeks, complications caused the death of Jacob Frost, better known as "Jack Frost," a veteran saloon man of Davenport. Death occurred Sunday at the family residence, 2680 Rockingham Road, at the age of 62 years. He will be remembered here especially among the baseball fans, who have visited his his oasis outside of the baseball park. Deceased was born Aug. 12, 1851, in Germany, and in 1868 came to America. He came direct to Saint Ainsky, and two years later to Davenport, where he has since lived. In the year 1894 he was united in marriage with Miss Mary Jeppeson, who survives. He is also survived by one son, John D. Frost, one brother, Hans Frost, and one sister, Mrs. Louise Knoes.
(Obituary printed in Rock Island Argus) 
Frost, Jacob (I4631)
44 Alice Katrina (Miller) HortonAlice Katrina (Miller) Horton, of Lynnwood, WA, passed away at home on July 18, 2007. She was born May 16, 1927, to Della and Bert Miller in Pomona, CA.Alice graduated from Willowbrook High School. She later went to work for Sears and spent many years at the Aurora and Roosevelt Stores. She attended New Hope Christian Church and was very involved with the Edmonds Seniors Center and Lake City Bowl. Alice was always eager to lend a helping hand to anyone in need and was a friend to all she met. She is survived by her son, David Horton and his wife, Connie, of Spokane,, WA; daughter, Diane Andersen and her husband, Robert, of Mountlake Terrace, WA; grandchildren, Raegina Weber and her husband, Jon, Karin Porter and her husband, Jason, and Bobby Andersen and his wife, Martha; great-grandchildren, Colby, Kendell, Chase, Antonio, and Christopher; and many nieces and nephews. Alice was preceded in death by her husband, Ray V. Horton; and her grandson, Daniel Horton. A graveside service will be held at 12 noon, on Monday, July 23, 2007, at Floral Hills Cemetery, 409 Filbert Rd., Lynnwood, Miller, Alice Katrina (I2712)
45 Anderson, Donald J. Passed away July 11, 2007 in Minneapolis at age 77. Donald graduated from Russell High School and attended Brookings State College. He was a past state president of the Minnesota JC's and the charter president of the Mendota Heights JC chapter. He was employed by the Minnesota Highway Department and the Palomino Land Development and was retired from the U.S. Postal Service. Preceded in death by parents John and Olga of Russell, MN; daughter Donnette (Mrs. Jerry Douglas); brother Arnold of Oklahoma City; and sister Ester. Survived by former wife Donna M. Hoffman, married in Montevideo, MN in 1956; grandchildren Jonathan L. and Megan M. Sullivan; great-granddaughter Kamia Vivian; brothers Carl of Rochester, Norman of Olympia, WA; Walter of Traverse City, MI; and Merlin of Normal, IL; and sister Marion of Salt Lake City. Funeral Service 11 AM Thursday at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, 1575 Charlton St., W.S.P. Visitation 10 AM at church. Burial Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Reception to follow at church.
Star Tribune: Newspaper of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, MN) - Wednesday, July 18, 2007  
Anderson, Donald John (I3719)
46 Aneta Sutter

May 3, 1927 Jarrow, Alberta – July 23, 2015 Courtenay, BC

Aneta was very proud that her pioneer parents Otelia and Vigo Lindberg were homesteaders from Denmark. As a child of the depression and the 2nd of 4 daughters, Aneta knew that homemade fun was best and simple things were to be appreciated. She had many stories about growing up on the prairies around the Viking/Jarrow area of Alberta. Week long blizzards, riding her saddle pony, walking with her sisters across the fields to their one room schoolhouse, Christmas concerts and dances with cousins and neighbours in the farm house kitchen were favourite memories. She was always devoted to both her parents and 2 younger sisters and loved singing with them as they did the supper dishes.
Aneta was working as a teacher when she met Pershing Sutter, 2nd of 4 sons, from Loughheed, Alberta. He was farming with his parents and brothers after his stint in the Air Force. The couple soon eloped to Camrose in the spring of 1947 and returned to build a small cottage, up in the low hills, down a narrow dirt trail. Hand painted butterflies on the kitchen walls, the occasional badger in the cellar, and a balky milk cow in the lean-to barn had them all set to start a family. In 5 years they had 3 daughters, Dianne (Russ), Bonnie (Juan) and Susan (Keith).
In 1953 the family followed Aneta’s parents to the Portland, Oregon area. Pershing bought a garage/gas station and worked on anything with a motor. Aneta always thought Oregon was the most beautiful, progressive place on earth. The family returned to Alberta to help work the Sutter farm in 1962. Aneta enjoyed attending the Lutheran church, going to community dances and being a farm wife. She grew a large garden, canned anything not nailed down, delivered huge lunches down to the fields, drove trucks and tractors and took care of an assortment of livestock.
Aneta and Persh retired from their farm in 1978, and happily moved to Peachland, B.C. They built a beautiful house overlooking the lake up in the pinehills.
In 1982 they moved to Bowser to be closer to the kids. They bought an acreage and Aneta was happy to have long summer visits with their grandchildren Todd, Kwel, Mandy, Zach and Arabella. They became Phoenix Snowbirds. Aneta bought a large kiln and continued with her art projects.
Persh’s declining health necessitated a move to the Comox Valley. Aneta volunteered in the hospital auxiliary, began community guitar lessons at the Filberg Centre and enjoyed numerous trips to her sister Stella’s family in Portland, and her sister Ellen’s family in Alberta.
Aneta’s husband passed away on November 10, 2003 and by the spring she had contracted to have the entire house interior painted in pinks and melon shades and covered every window in lace curtains. She organized family reunions, chili cook-offs and continued baking her wonderful cookies earning her the family nick name “Grandma Cookie.”
About this time, mom thought it would be fun to start a kitchen band. “The Country Girls and Guys” was a great success. Aneta was never happier, hosting rehearsals, making song books, handling “gigs” at local care facilities. A special thank you from our family goes to Ron Burr of Comox, who acted as Aneta’s handyman/gardener. Ron’s kindness, interest and humour aided mom in staying in her house longer as it slowly became more and more apparent that she was beginning to suffer from Alzheimers.
Aneta was very reluctant to leave her house and move to Casa Loma. However once she was settled in, she enjoyed the good company and meals and her cozy apartment. She played non-stop games of crib with her best friend Andre and got lots of kind direction form Cindy and enjoyed activities with Judy.
Aneta’s final home was as special care unit at Glacier View. The very kind experienced aides made her short stay there as pleasant as possible. The family would particularly like to thank Aneta’s primary nurse Shannon for her loving care and Erika Maynard, Aneta’s nurse practitioner.
There will be a gathering of friends and family in the fall. 
Lindberg, Aneta (I5834)
47 Arbejdsmand Johansen, Marius Albert (I137)
48 Arne Christensen, age 88, longtime resident of Scottville, went to be with Jesus on Sunday morning, March 11. He passed away at Oakview Medical Care Facility, in the presence of his family who loved him and will greatly miss him.

Arne was born on June 2, 1912, in Kvong, Denmark, to James and Marie (Sorensen) Christensen. He and his family moved to the United States in 1921 when he was 9 years old and first settled in Nebraska. In 1923 they moved to Michigan.

Arne graduated from Scottville High School in 1932. He married Eleanor Henkel in 1935. She preceded him in death in January 1980. He married Florence Christensen in 1981 and she survives.

Arne worked for the Scottville A&P Grocery Store, Dow Chemical during World War II, and later became Warehouse manager at Stokely?s Canning Factory. He also worked as office manager for Hansen?s Evergreen Dairy in Scottville, retiring in 1977.

Arne was an exceptional athlete in his youth, excelling in many sports. He loved to be involved in community athletics volunteering his time in coaching, umpiring and service. Arne also served on the Scottville City Council, was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church in Ludington, a 70-year member of the Danish Brotherhood in America Lodge No. 51, and an honorary lifetime member of the Scottville Optimist Club.

He will be lovingly and respectfully remembered by his children, Darlene (Richard) Bettison of Ludington, and Jim Christensen of Fountain; and also by his stepchildren, Ralph (Arlene) Christensen, Nedra (Robert) Haupt, Audrey McDonald, Nels (Sandy) Christensen, Peter (Jackie) Christensen, Lance (Cathy) Christensen; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Arne was preceded in death by his brothers, Ray and Gunnar Christensen. His two sisters, Gerda Schaap and Bertha (Clarence) Madsen survive.

A memorial service will be held for Arne at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 24 at Bethany Lutheran Church in Ludington with the Rev. B. Douglas Niemi and the Rev. John Christensen officiating. There will be no funeral home visitation.

Those desiring may make memorial contributions (in lieu of flowers) to Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, c/o Bethany Lutheran Church, or to the Scottville Optimist Club. The Stephens Funeral Chapel of Scottville is in charge of arrangements.
Kristiansen, Arne (I945)
49 Arnold 'Andy' H Anderson, Midwest City, OK, passed away on April 30, 2004. He was a dedicated, devoted, loving Christian, husband, father, brother and friend who devoted his life to Christ and his family. He will be dearly missed. Andy graduated from high school in Russell, MN, in 1952, received an MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma and was a registered Professional Engineer. He served in the USAF during the Korean Conflict from 1953-1957 and was an Electronics Engineer at Tinker AFB where he retired in 1993. His parents were the late John and Olga (Stelter) Anderson. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Betty Nell (Henderson) Anderson; two daughters, Diane Earnest and Dr. Sandra Ashford and husband Clifton; grandchildren Brandy, Jamie, Alissa and Jimmy; great grandchild Kamdyn; siblings, Esther, Donald, Louis and wife Delores Walter and wife Marilyn, Norman, Marian Collins and husband Gary, Merlin and wife Meg; nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Memorials may be made to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, School or Child Development Center or to the charity of your choice. Services will be conducted by Ford Funeral Service, Tuesday, May 4, 10:00 A.M., at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Midwest City, OK, with burial at Arlington Memorial Gardens. Ford Funeral Service 305 S. Sooner Rd. 677-9990.

Published in The Oklahoman on May 3, 2004 
Anderson, Arnold Henry (I3714)
50 Arrendator Nils Person (I2954)

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