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Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary and Death Notices Collection

Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary Collection - 20

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Date: Monday, 20 June 2011, at 12:24 p.m.

George Berg

Services were held December 7, 2000 at Karmel Covenant Church, rural Princeton, for George Joseph Berg of Robbinsdale, formerly of the Karmel area. Rev. Darren Olson and Rev. Glen Floe officiated. Music was provided by: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson; Lois Doebbeling; and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Olson. Pallbearers were Dennis Larson, Donovan Larson, James Berg, Mark Laurel, John Vaala, and Bradley Bearson. Burial was in the church cemetery. Arrangements were by the Rock Mankie Burial and Cremation Services of Braham.

The son of August and Mary Berg he was born February 8, 1921 at home in Wyanett Township of Isanti County. He grew up in the area and attended country schools. During World War II George served in the Merchant Marines. He was married October 24, 1959 to Ada Marie Uhr at the Little Brown Church, Nashua, Iowa. They lived in California for a short time before moving back to Minneapolis and then moving to the Robbinsdale area where they have since lived.

He retired from Space Center Inc. in 1983. In his retirement George enjoyed traveling, fishing, and lutefisk suppers.
He died Dec. 3, at North Memorial Hospice in Robbinsdale at the age of 79.

He was preceded in death by: his parents; brothers, Wallace, Wendell, and Paul; and sister Eleanor Larson.

Survived by his wife Ada; son Mark (Ann) and granddaughter Julianne of Louisville, Kentucky.

Rosalie Rekow

Rosalie M. Rekow, 47, of Braham, died peacefully November 30, 2000 from complications of adolescent onset diabetes.

A memorial service was held Dec. 9 at Braham Lutheran Church in Braham.

Rose was a graduate of Minnehaha Academy, attended Augsburg College and was a talented, creative person who always had time for any person or animal who needed her help. She mothered many foster children in her earlier years, but as the disease progressed she did more artistic crafting to fill her time and to provide for her extended family.
She was preceded in death by her son, Lewis Grove and father, Elmer C. Rekow.

She will be greatly missed by her partner, Larry Cooper of Braham; mother, Clara Rekow Miller of Fridley; brothers, Kenneth (Nancy) of Bainbridge Islands, WA; Gerald (Nancy) of Columbia Heights; and Marlin (Shelley) of Flint Hills, VA; eight nieces and nephews; two grand-nieces; cousins; two aunts and an uncle and by Larry’s parents, sister, brother, niece and nephew.

Rev. Reuben Holm

Rev. Reuben Holm, 94, of Roseville, formerly of Isanti, died December 6, 2000 at United Hospital in St. Paul.

Services were held Dec. 8 at Calvary Baptist Church of Roseville with Dr. Virgil Olson, Rev. Sid Veenstra, and Rev. Richard Turnwall officiating. Music was provided by the church ensemble with Bruce Stavem as organist. Burial was in Isanti Union Cemetery with Doug and Peter Hoglund, Steven and Thomas Holm, Drake and Ross Lawhead and Andrew and Eric Slaikeu as active pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were Karl Holm and Jason Slaikeu.

He was born in Duluth February 19, 1906 to Peter and Hannah Holm. He was raised in Duluth where he attended school. He graduated from Bethel Seminary, Class of 1929, and Macalester College in 1931. On August 22, 1931 he married Edna Pearson and they served as missionaries in India with the American Baptists from 1932-1948 and with the Baptist General Conference from 1949-1960. After serving in India, Reuben was pastor in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1961-1968 and at Cedar Rapids, IA. from 1968-1972. They then spent 18 months in Ethiopia. In 1974 Reuben and Edna moved to Isanti where they were active members of Elim Baptist Church. Following his “retirement,” Reuben served as interim pastor in 14 churches in seven states. His wife, Edna died May 19, 1984 as the result of an automobile accident. Reuben married Margaret Slaikeu March 15, 1986. They lived in Isanti until moving to Roseville in November 1994. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Roseville.

He is survived by his wife, Margaret of Roseville; daughter, Marion (Kenneth) Hoglund of Burnsville; sons, Dr. Peter (Elaine) Holm of Roseville; and Stephen (Glenda) Holm of Louisville, KY; stepsons, Dr. Karl (Diane) Slaikeu of Austin, TX; Rev. Daniel (Linda) Slaikeu of Cushing, WI and Stephen Slaikeu of Hopkins; stepdaughter, Alice (Stephen) Lawhead of Oxford, England; sister, Elizabeth Johnson of Duluth; 18 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.

Arrangements were with Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

Viola Lindstrom

Viola Margaret (Peterson) Lindstrom, 85, of Cambridge, died December 15, 2000 at Grandview Christian Home in Cambridge.

Services were scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 20 at Cambridge Lutheran Church with Rev. Erling Tungseth officiating. Visitation will be for one hour prior to the service at the church. Mary Falk and Mary Kay O’Neill will serve as musicians and pallbearers will be Dale, Darwin, Duane, Ronald and David Erickson and Jack Spetz. Burial is in Athens Lutheran Cemetery.

She was born June 8, 1915 to Charles and Christine Erickson in Athens Township of Isanti County. At an early age she was baptized and confirmed at Athens Lutheran Church. She married Chester E. Peterson in 1934 and the couple had a son, Donald, in 1939 and made their home in Cambridge from 1940 on. Viola worked at the Leader Store in Cambridge as a buyer for 14 years and then was employed in the laundry department at Cambridge State Hospital for 23 1/2 years. She volunteered for the handicapped for several years through the VFW Auxiliary of which she was a life member. In 1977 she was preceded in death by her loving husband, Chester. In 1984 she married Gilbert Lindstrom and they lived in Pine Village until his death in 1998. They enjoyed traveling, bowling, playing cards and helping others. Viola was also a member of Cambridge Lutheran Church for many years.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Chester Peterson and Gilbert Lindstrom; her brother, Walfred Erickson and two brothers in infancy.

She will be lovingly remembered by her son, Donald (Sharon) Peterson of Plymouth; grandsons, Garrett Peterson of Minneapolis and Gregory (Kari) Peterson and great-grandson, Trevor, of Crystal; sisters, Ruth Spetz of Cambridge and Elna Birch of Apple Valley and by her brother, Delmer Erickson of Cambridge.

Arrangements were with Cambridge Funeral Home-Strike Chapel.

Donald Erickson

Funeral services were held December 16, 2000 at Calvary Lutheran Church, Rush Point, for Donald Dean Erickson of Rush Point, formerly of Columbia Heights.

Rev Keith Kolzow officiated. Shirley Olson and Lawrence V. Olson provided special music. Pallbearers were Gordon Stoneburner, Jerome Peterson, Dixon Pearson, Mike Erickson, Russ Erickson and Tom Harkness. Military honors were provided by Braham VFW Post #1731. Burial was in the church cemetery.

The son of Eric and Olga Erickson, he was born December 8, 1924 at home on the West Shore of Rush Lake. Mom, Dad, and a baby son moved to Duluth and then to Minneapolis where he lived until his retirement. He was baptized as a young child and attended Corcoran Folwell and Roosevelt Schools in Minneapolis. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in June 1950. Don served in the U.S. Army during World War II in the South Pacific. He was honorably discharged in 1945. His career spanned many years of service at Honeywell Inc. and he finally retired from Finishing Equipment in Eagan. He was a member of a bowling league in Minneapolis and charter member of the Classic Car Club of Minneapolis. In later years he became an avid golfer. Don loved to tinker with cars and trucks. He was very mechanically inclined and a tired car was a challenge for him to make well. His talents were numerous and he could fix almost anything. We who love him believed he could fix us too. He married Eleanor West September 30, 1950 and they recently celebrated their 50th anniversary. They lived at Columbia Heights where their son Timothy was born. They retired to the Rush Lake area in 1990. They have been active in Calvary Lutheran Church and the Rush Point Senior Leisure Club.

Don became ill Nov. 17 and spent four weeks struggling to overcome his difficulties. He died at Cambridge Medical Center Dec. 13 at the age of 76.

He was preceded in death by his parents, three infant brothers, and his brother Earl.

He is survived by: his wife Eleanor; son Timothy Dean Erickson; sister Marlene Dahlgren, his aunts Goralene Peterson, Genevieve Edwards, Helen Erickson.

Arrangements by Rock Mankie Burial and Cremation Services of Braham.

Josephine Zieske

Josephine Carol Zieske, 58, of Box Elder, S.D., formerly of Springvale and Bradford townships in Isanti County, died at her home December 18, 2000.

Services were held Dec. 22 from Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge with Father James Hahn officiating. Burial was in Christ The King Catholic Cemetery with Duane Smith, Michael Zieske, James and Dustin Dahlberg, Leonard Bushey and Tim Schmidt as pallbearers.

She was born in St. Louis Park July 8, 1942 to James and Margaret (Reichert) Larkin. She grew up in Springvale where she attended country school and went on to Cambridge High School. She married Eldon Zieske and the couple made their home in Bradford where they raised their son, Michael. Josephine worked for a short time at Control Data in Cambridge. Eldon preceded her in death April 6, 1985 and she and Michael later moved to South Dakota where they have lived ever since. Josephine enjoyed doing crafts, canning, gardening and working around the house. She especially enjoyed spending time with her “special friend,” son, Michael.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Eldon; and brothers, Jerome and Vernon (Pete) Larkin.

She is survived by her son, Michael, of Box Elder, S.D.; special friend, Duane Smith of Box Elder; sisters, Evelyn Dudgeon of Campbell, MN; Julia Coleman of Springvale and Janice Swanson of Cedar.

Steve and Marcy Cagle

Steve R. Cagle, 34, and Marcy Cagle, 29, of White Bear Lake, went home to be with the Lord as a result of an automobile accident December 23, 2000.

Services were held Dec. 28 at Woodcrest Baptist Church in Fridley with burial in Sunset Memorial Park.

Steve and Marcy were the loving parents of Courtney and Madison; beloved children of Rev. Richard and Elvera Cagle of East Bethel and Dr. Charles and Nancy Johnson. Steve is also survived by his sisters, Deborah (Michael) Lison; Sharon Cagle; Cynthia Ready and Jacqueline (Larry) Nagen; and six nieces and nephews. Steve was a Systems Engineer in computers at Andersen Window Co. in Bayport, MN. Marcy is also survived by her sisters, Laura (Brent) Peterson; Kara (Jason) Rusk and her brother, Jay (Jennifer) Johnston and by two nephews.

A memorial fund has been established in the couple’s honor at Faith Baptist Church, 1360 Mississippi St., St. Paul, MN. 55101.

Alvey Olson Jr.

Alvey Adolph Olson, Jr, 63, of St. Paul, died at his home December 26, 2000.
Services were held Jan. 2 from Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel with Rev. Norman Norland officiating. Burial was in Isanti Union Cemetery with Randy, Robert and Wayne Lindell and Steve Schreuder as pallbearers.

He was born in Fairmont, MN. March 20, 1937 to Alvey and Caroline Olson (Greeley). He was raised in the Winnebago, MN. area and has made his home in St. Paul for the past several years. Alvey enjoyed sports and especially watching the Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Vikings.
He was preceded in death by his father, Alvey Olson Sr.

He is survived by his mother, Caroline Greeley of North Branch; brothers, Floyd (Lola) Olson of Maplewood; Bill (Toni) Willson of Gulfport, MS; and Raymond (Vickie) Greeley of Clear Lake, IA; sisters, Dolly Lindell of Isanti; Betty (Steve) Schreuder of Minneapolis; Christine Launfers of Thorton, IA; Mary Alice Greeley of Braham and Joanne Pierce of Bettendorf, IA.

Eunice Sletten

Eunice June Sletten, 76, of Stacy, died at Cambridge Health Care Center December 14, 2000.

Services were held Dec. 16 at Country Roads Church in rural Stacy with Rev. David Gerhardt officiating. Peggy Gerhardt served as organist. Burial was in Oxford Union Cemetery with Darwin Keocher, Roger Mathisen, and Marvin, Rodney, Ronald and Wade Zak as pallbearers.

She was born in Linwood Township of Anoka County June 26, 1924 to Clarence and Esther Mathisen. She was raised on a farm near Typo Lake and in 1969 married William Sletten. They made their home in rural Stacy. She retired from the Douglas Corporation in Minneapolis approximately 10 years ago. June grew up as a farm girl, was a hard worker, and enjoyed cutting wood with her husband, Bill.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, Russell Mathisen and sisters, Lorraine Zak and Florence Mathisen.
She is survived by her husband, Bill of Stacy; sons, Robert DenBeste of Stacy and Eugene (Diane) DenBeste of East Bethel; grandchildren, Mia DenBeste of Richfield and Joey DenBeste of Forest Lake; and sisters Gladys Zak of Stacy; Violet Keocher of Stacy; Irene (Don) Drews of Columbia Heights and LaVerne Rogers of North Carolina.

Arrangements were with Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

William Sletten

William Richard Sletten, 82, of Stacy, died at Cambridge Health Care Center December 23, 2000.
Services were held Dec. 30 from Country Roads Church in rural Stacy with Rev. David Gerhardt officiating. Organist was Peggy Gerhardt. Burial was in Oxford Union Cemetery with Herman Bakke, Brad Gavenda, Rudy Labbe, Roger Mathisen, and Marvin and Richard Zak as pallbearers. Military Honors were provided by Don Hansen VFW Post 10796 of Ham Lake.

He was born in Lee Township of Beltrami County, Minnesota March 30, 1918 to Oluf and Mabel Sletten. He was raised in Lee Township and attended rural school near Grygla, MN. He served his country in the U.S. Navy as a gunners mate on the Augusta during World War II. After returning from military service he worked with his brother, Howard, at a beef farm in Larimore, N.D. William later moved to the Minneapolis area where he worked in commercial construction, retiring from Gunnerson Construction Company. While living in Minneapolis, William met Eunice June Mathisen and they were married in 1969, making their home in Stacy. William was a handyman who enjoyed tinkering with things, gardening, raising chickens that produced blue and green eggs and cutting wood with his wife.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Eunice, on December 14, 2000; by brothers, Orin, Willard, Harvey, Melford, Howard and Orvis and sister, Ardith Stenen.

He will be lovingly remembered by his sons, Robert DenBeste of Stacy and Eugene (Diane) DenBeste of East Bethel; grandchildren, Mia DenBeste of Richfield and Joey DenBeste of Forest Lake; brothers, Marvin Sletten of Thief River Falls; Clarence (Marilyn) Sletten of Plummer, MN. and Wilford (Phyllis) Sletten of Thief River Falls; and by sisters, Florence Maidment of Milwaukee, WI. and Bernice Sistad of Grygla, MN.

Arrangements were with Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

Debra Premo

Debra Sue Premo, 42, of Minneapolis, died December 26, 2000 in Spencer Brook Township of Isanti County.

A memorial service was held Dec. 29 from Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge with Rev. Harry Eklund officiating.

She was born in Oklahoma City, OK. September 9, 1957 to Charles and Betty Jo (Luttrel) Terry.
She is survived by her husband, Donald (Butch) of Minneapolis; children, Fran Hornbaker of St. Peter and Art Hornbaker of Winona; step-daughter, Stefanie Howard of Minneapolis; parents, Charles and Betty of Bradford; sisters, Barb Alexander and special friend, Jim Collins, of Sunrise; Judy (Roger) Hotard of Bradford; Jean (Sid) of Cavalier, N.D.; and Tina (Butch) Turner of Missouri’ brother, Charles Jr. (Lisa) Terry of Bradford and parents-in-law, Clifford and Betty Premo.

Clarence Prokosch

Clarence J. Prokosch, 83, of Cambridge, died at Cambridge Health Care Center December 22, 2000.
Services were held Dec. 29 from Rock-Mankie Funeral Home with Rev. Lavern Swanson officiating. Burial was in Royalton Memorial Cemetery with Mark, Wayne, and David Prokosch, Kimberly Richert, Daniel Elwood, Paul Prokosch, Kelly Richert and Scott and Brian Prokosch as honorary pallbearers.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Jane.
He is survived by his sons, Dane (Carolyn) Prokosch of Pepin, WI; and Tom (Wendy) Prokosch of Mora; daughters, Bonnie Prokosch of Brainerd and Norman Prokosch of Andover; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren and sister, Florence of Grand Rapids, MN.

Nancy Hayes

Nancy Margaret Hayes, 99, of Cambridge, died at Grandview Christian Home December 27, 2000.

Services were held Dec. 30 from Grandview with Rev. Erling Tungseth officiating. Mary Falk, accompanied by Mary Kay O’Neill, sang “Amazing Grace” and “What A Friend We Have In Jesus.” Burial was in Cambridge Lutheran Cemetery with Richard and Eugene Sundt, Darrell Smith, Dwight Simon, Jim Kunza and Paul Ryberg as pallbearers.
She was born in Buffalo Township of Wright County, Minnesota to Herbert and Betty (Bentzen) Sundt. She grew up in the area and graduated from Buffalo High School in 1921. Soon after graduation she went to work as a school teacher and taught in many country schools in that area.

On July 21, 1926 she married Joseph Hayes in Buffalo and they made their home in Buffalo where Nancy continued to teach and Joseph worked for the highway department. In 1943 they moved to Cambridge and Nancy taught at Grandy country school. Nancy attended St. Cloud State College, graduating in 1960 with a bachelors degree in elementary education. She also taught at Cambridge and spent her last 12 years of teaching the first grade in Braham, retiring in 1967 after 46 years of teaching. She and Joe continued to live in Cambridge after retiring. Joe died in 1987 and Nancy continued to live at home until 1993 when she moved to Grandview Christian Home. Nancy enjoyed painting, crocheting, visiting family and sending gifts to her niece, nephews and great-nieces and nephews. She also loved cats and told many stories of her favorite cat, Socrates, especially enjoyed teaching her many children throughout the years and had a gift for making long-lasting friendships with many people.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph; brother, Harold Sundt; and her sister, Anna, in childhood.

She is survived by her special friend, Barbara Elfmann of Cambridge; niece, Jeanette (Darrell) Smith of Minnetonka; nephews, Eugene (Rita) Sundt of Apple Valley; Richard (Carol) Sundt of Rochester; great-nieces and nephews, Susanne Smith, Randall (Maggie) Smith; Kendall Smith; Darren (Laurie) Smith; Kirby (Kathy) Sundt; Dan (Wendy) Sundt; Christina (Pranny) Pin; great-great-nieces and nephews, Dylan, Morgan, Cameron and Alana Smith, Zachary and Chase Sundt and Autumn and Jordan Pin.

Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

Harold Selix

Harold Alvern Selix, 71, of Cambridge, died at Fairview Northland Hospital in Princeton December 28, 2000.

A memorial service was held Jan. 2 at Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel with Rev. Matt Woodley officiating. Burial was in East Bradford Cemetery.

He was born in Morris, MN. August 15, 1929 to John and Elvera Selix. On November 12, 1949 he married Grace Michals at Glennwood where they made their home until moving to the Cambridge-Isanti community 30 years ago. Harold was employed as a truck driver for several companies during his lifetime. Family was very important to him and he especially loved spending time with his grandchildren. His hobbies included hunting, fishing and four-wheeling.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Jacob and Elvera; sister, Delpha and grandson, Jacob.
He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Grace, of Cambridge; sons, Harold (Debra) of Mora; David (Diane) of Mora; Daniel (Sharon) of Rush City; Larry of Cambridge; Gary of Mora; and Tim (Carla) of Mora; daughters, Nancy Stevens of Isanti and Carolyn (Barry) Johnson of Sandstone; brothers, John Jr. (Lee) of St. Paul; David (Shirley) of California; Duane (Char) of St. Paul; Melvin (Janie) of Isanti and by sisters, Audrey (Donald) Engren of Blaine and Joyce Selix of Blaine.

Harvey Krotz

Harvey Leland Krotz, 80, of St. Paul, formerly of Coin, died at Bethel Health Care Center December 25, 2000.

Services were held Dec. 29 from Rock-Mankie Funeral Home in Braham with Rev. Michael Flynn officiating. Burial was in the family plot in Oakwood Cemetery in Mora with his nephews as pallbearers.

He was born February 20, 1920 in Regan, N.D., the second of seven children of Charles James and Effie (nee Broehl) Krotz. He grew up on the farm in Regan, attending school at Baldwin and Wilton. At age 20 he moved with his family to a home near Coin, MN.

He was preceded in death by his father in 1950; brother, Roland in 1991; brother Walter and sister, Doris, both in 1996; and by his mother, Effie in 1999.

He is survived by his brothers, Kenneth and Eldon of Coin; sister, Mary (Lawrence) Mans of Hinckley; brother-in-law, Gerald Dybdahl of Willis, Mich., sister-in-law, MaryAnn of Blaine; 13 nieces and nephews; 21 grand-niece and nephews and two great-grand-nephews.

Alvey Olson Jr.

Alvey Adolph Olson, Jr, 63, of St. Paul, died at his home December 26, 2000.
Services were held Jan. 2 from Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel with Rev. Norman Norland officiating. Burial was in Isanti Union Cemetery with Randy, Robert and Wayne Lindell and Steve Schreuder as pallbearers.

He was born in Fairmont, MN. March 20, 1937 to Alvey and Caroline Olson (Greeley). He was raised in the Winnebago, MN. area and has made his home in St. Paul for the past several years. Alvey enjoyed sports and especially watching the Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Vikings.
He was preceded in death by his father, Alvey Olson Sr.

He is survived by his mother, Caroline Greeley of North Branch; brothers, Floyd (Lola) Olson of Maplewood; Bill (Toni) Willson of Gulfport, MS; and Raymond (Vickie) Greeley of Clear Lake, IA; sisters, Dolly Lindell of Isanti; Betty (Steve) Schreuder of Minneapolis; Christine Launfers of Thorton, IA; Mary Alice Greeley of Braham and Joanne Pierce of Bettendorf, IA.

Floyd T. Erickson

Funeral Services were held January 3, 2001 for Floyd T. Erickson of Braham, at Stanchfield Baptist Church with Rev. Dale Cope officiating. Pam Theline, Lawrence Olson and Bev and Bruce Quiggle provided the music. Pallbearers were Loren, Mark and Michael Strelow, Larry Nash, and Jeffrey and Neil Erickson. Burial was in the church cemetery.

Floyd T. Erickson, son of John and Alice (Peterson) Erickson, was born August 26, 1911, in Martin County, MN He attended school and grew up in the East Chain area. As the oldest of 10 children he helped his father farm. He married Evelyn P. Anibal, February 7, 1935 at Granada, MN. and they lived in the area and farmed. In 1942 they moved to Stanchfield where they farmed. After many years of farming, Floyd began repairing outboard boat motors. A few service calls found Floyd in his boat going out to the middle of a lake to repair a boat motor. Floyd enjoyed the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Upon retirement Floyd and Evelyn moved to Cambridge where they lived until a few months ago when they moved to Elmhurst Commons in Braham. Floyd and Evelyn are active members of Stanchfield Baptist Church.

Floyd died December 30, 2000 at Cambridge Health Care Center in Cambridge at the age of 89.
Preceded in death by sisters, Gladys Potter, Irene Wolford, Marjorie Pickett, Lorraine Dorendorf, Aldrid Wilken, and Joan Nordhausen; brothers Allen, John and Marland Erickson,and grandson Dana Tobin.

He is survived by his wife Evelyn; daughters, Valma Medearis of Shoreview; Lois Schultz of Tennessee; and Marlene (Larry) Nash of Chanhassen, MN; 10 grandchildren; six great grandchildren; sister-in-law and brothers-in-law.

Arrangements by Rock Mankie Burial and Cremation Services of Braham.

Edward Sandelin

Edward N. Sandelin, 84, of Isanti, died at Good Samaritan Center in Anoka January 5, 2001.
A private family service and intermenty were held at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery with arrangements by Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

He was born April 25, 1916 in Duluth to Urbo and Lydia Sandelin. He was raised in Duluth where he attended Junior College. He then graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in electrical engineering. He was an electrical engineer for the Corps of Engineers in St. Paul until 1961 when he transferred to Air Force Headquarters in Omaha, NE. He retired in 1972 after 30 years of service. He also retired from the U.S. Army with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. In 1972 he and his wife, Lorraine, spent one year traveling around the world. Their highlight was a 6,000 mile train ride across Siberia and Russia. He traveled widely, going to China, South America, Egypt and made several trips to Finland. In 1976 they bought land in rural Isanti where they built their retirement home.

He is survived by his wife, Lorraine of Isanti; sons, Stephen (Lucy) of Tampa, FL; and Frank (Peggy) of Long Prairie; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Lucilla Brandberg-Sandefer

The angels called home our little one, Lucilla Grace Brandberg-Sandefer, December 31, 2000.

She will be deeply missed by her parents, Tim Sandefer and Holly Brandberg; sister, Zoe, all of the Twin Cities; paternal grandparents, Jeff and Rhonda Sandefer; maternal grandparents, Jim and Chris Brandberg; aunts and uncles, Chrissy and Patty Sandefer; Dallas, Hannah, Derek and Dylan Brandberg, all of Isanti; great-grandparents, Irene Johnson of Coon Rapids; James and Alice Sandefer of Brooklyn Center and Phyllis Rogde of Ham Lake.

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