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Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary and Death Notice Collection
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Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary and Death Notices Collection

Isanti County, Minnesota Obituary Collection - 43

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Date: Tuesday, 21 June 2011, at 1:55 a.m.

Elizabeth Ann (Beth) Reichel
Elizabeth Ann (Beth) Reichel, 41, of rural Isanti, was killed at 5:45 p.m. Monday, May 20 when the vehicle in which she was a passenger was struck head-on on Co. Rd. 9 at Vickers St.

According to police reports,Joseph John West IV, 21, of rural Isanti, was westbound on Co. Rd. 9 when he said he attempted to pick up a cigarette from the floor of his vehicle, drove into the eastbound lane before entering the ditch and striking a vehicle driven by Patricia Lynne Armstrong of Isanti head-on.

Armstrong had driven into the ditch to avoid a collision with the West vehicle. Armstrong, West and 15-year-old Justin Daniel Reichel, a passenger in the Armstrong vehicle, were taken by ambulance to Cambridge Medical Center. None were seriously injured.
Beth Reichel worked with her husband, Dan, at Reichel’s Meats and Groceries in Isanti.

Funeral services are scheduled for Thursday, May 23 at Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints in Princeton. Arrangements were with Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

Earl Weber
Earl Frederick Weber, 77, died June 2, 2002 at his home in Stanchfield.

Funeral services were held June 5 at Calvary Lutheran Church at Rush Point with Rev. Keith Kolzow officiating. Music was provided by Marian Eklund and Shirley Olson. Pallbearers were Bruce Burda, Clarence Burda, Jr., Dennis Seline, James Lund, Walter Larson, and John Howard. Interment was in Calvary Lutheran Cemetery.

He was born March 28, 1925 to Edward and Arabella (Hensen) Weber at Rush Point. After graduating from Rush Point School Dist. #24, he attended high school at Rush City. At an early age he was baptized at the Presbyterian Church of Rush City. Later he attended confirmation and became a member of Calvary Lutheran Church of Rush Point. The Webers owned and operated Weber’s Resort at Rush Lake for many years, and he also hauled milk for Rush City Co-op Creamery for five years, besides farming and trucking. He became a member of the Masonic Lodge of Rush City at the age of 21. He served in the National Guard at Pine City for four years. Being very interested in music, Earl played the diatonic accordion at age five, later a piano accordion, a concertina and a drum set with his feet. It became a lifetime profession. He met Gloria Mae Stenseth at an early age at Weber’s Resort. She had learned to play an accordion also. They met at Luther League and decided to practice together. They practiced for three months and they played at the Chisago County Fair and won first prize. The KSTP Sunset Valley Barn Dance contacted them to play with their band and they played with them for three years. On June 8, 1951 Earl and Gloria Mae were married and decided to have their own band, Weber’s Orchestra, as a couple other players joined them. They played together for nine years. In 1958 Weber’s sold the resort and moved to Dale. Since they lived at Dale, they called themselves the Dale Doodlers, playing banjo, accordions, and concertinas. They were well known playing for many jobs in Minnesota, also Wisconsin, for over fifty years; also they were international players, playing with cousins in Norway. Both of them enjoyed many years of entertaining musically and had a happy marriage.

He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Melody Mae, and his parents Arabella and Edward Weber.

Earl is survived by his loving wife, Gloria Mae of Stanchfield.

Arrangements were with Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home in Cambridge.

Janelle Trimble
Janelle Trimble, age 1 year and 8 days, of New Brighton, died at Unity Hospital in Fridley as the result of an automobile accident on October 9, 2002.

Funeral services were held Oct. 15 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Oak Grove with Father Michael Kennedy officiating. Music was provided by the Resurrection Choir. Pallbearers were Gina Johnson and Brian Trimble. Interment was in Christ The King Catholic Cemetery in Cambridge.

Janelle Jean Trimble was born October 1, 2001 at Coon Rapids to Beth Ravnes and Brian Trimble.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Thomas and Jean Trimble, Sr. and aunt, Susan Johnson.

She is survived by her parents, Beth and Brian; step-sisters, Chebria and Cherian Trimble; step-brother, Delone Spartwell; grandparents, JoAn and Mike Ravnes and Delores Hirsch; aunts, Gina Johnson, Paula Copeland, and Elizabeth Moten; uncles, Wayne and Thomas Trimble.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.Janelle Trimble, age 1 year and 8 days, of New Brighton, died at Unity Hospital in Fridley as the result of an automobile accident on October 9, 2002.

Funeral services were held Oct. 15 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Oak Grove with Father Michael Kennedy officiating. Music was provided by the Resurrection Choir. Pallbearers were Gina Johnson and Brian Trimble. Interment was in Christ The King Catholic Cemetery in Cambridge.

Janelle Jean Trimble was born October 1, 2001 at Coon Rapids to Beth Ravnes and Brian Trimble.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Thomas and Jean Trimble, Sr. and aunt, Susan Johnson.

She is survived by her parents, Beth and Brian; step-sisters, Chebria and Cherian Trimble; step-brother, Delone Spartwell; grandparents, JoAn and Mike Ravnes and Delores Hirsch; aunts, Gina Johnson, Paula Copeland, and Elizabeth Moten; uncles, Wayne and Thomas Trimble.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

Kirk Paulno
Kirk Paulno, 31, of Coffey, MO. formerly of Cambridge, died in July 2001 as a result of homicidal violence. His body was recovered August 19, 2002.

Kirk was born February 18, 1970 to Len and Sue Paulno and graduated from Cambridge High School in 1989.

“His smile will always be with us. His determination and independence are what made him so special. Our memories will help us through this difficult time and remain in our hearts forever.”

“We love and miss you Kirk.”

He was preceded in death by his grandmother Shirley Paulno.

He is survived by his parents, Len and Sue Paulno of Savannah, MO.; brother, Kevin Paulno; and grandparents, Alan and Lucille Barnes and Ed Paulno.

Laura Jean Anlauf
Laura Jean Anlauf, 19, of Cambridge, died October 7, 2002, at home.

The funeral service was Oct. 11 at Cambridge Lutheran Church. Music was provided by Barb and Eben Gillespie, who sang “If You Could See Me Now.” Memorials preferred to Batten Disease Support & Research Association.

Laura was born August 8, 1983, the oldest child of Jeff and Diane Anlauf. When she was six, the first symptoms of Batten Disease appeared, which continuously challenged her. She attended Cambridge schools with the help of many special teachers and instructional assistants, and graduated from Cambridge-Isanti High School last spring with her classmates of 2002. When she was younger, she liked being a Girl Scout, was confirmed and attended Cambridge Lutheran Church, and enjoyed summer school at Faribault School for the Blind. Laura enjoyed learning, singing, music, movies, and playing with Barbies, but most of all she enjoyed people. She wanted to meet new friends, be involved in everything, worried if someone was hurting, and was always happy.

She was preceded in death by maternal grandparent, Trese Gunderson.

She is survived by her parents; her brother, William; sister, Alaina; grandparents, Al and Mary Anlauf of Cambridge, Elgin and Diane Gunderson of Hayward, WI; great-grandparents, Earl Carpentier and Virginia Carpentier, John and Gertrude Gunderson; wonderful aunts and uncles, Ron and Kathy Anlauf, Dennis and Shari Anlauf, Sharon Becklin, Valerie and David Howard, Maria and Shannon Olson, Maureen Anlauf, Brad and Shelly Gunderson, Lynda and Mitchell Nusbaum, Steve and Kim Gunderson, Gail and Curt Scherer, David and Jennifer Gunderson, Virginia Gunderson. Loving cousins include Jonathan, Michael, Jessica, Kelly, Mitchell, Nicholas, Elizabeth, Rebecca and husband Todd, Bryan, Patrick, Brett, Margaret, Hannah, Whitney, Christopher, Karen, Michael, Meghan, Paige, Barbour, Taylor, Madelyn, Ian, Ella, and Jack.

Arrangements by Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home of Cambridge.

Ruth Hellzen
Funeral services were held at Rock Mankie Funeral Home October 10, 2002 for Ruth B. Hellzen of Braham with Rev. Greg Pagh officiating. Music was provided by organist Ruth Grundyson and vocalists Jon Scheele and Marie Grundberg. Pallbearers were Laurel Lucht, Lane Lucht, Scott Sorkilmo, Wayne Lindblad, Lowell Glebe and Allen Thumberg. Interment was in Rush Point Baptist Cemetery.

Ruth Bernice Hellzen was born December 16, 1906 in Nessel Township, Chisago County, MN to Erick A. and Elizabeth M. (Anderson) Moline. She was baptized and confirmed in the Baptist church. She married Clarence W. Thumberg October 26, 1925. Into this marriage five children were born. Clarence passed away in 1966. She later married Olaf W. Hellzen and they made their home together until Olaf’s passing in 1978. She enjoyed doing embroidery, cooking, playing cribbage, fishing and most of all, being with her family.

Ruth died October 7, 2002 at Grandview Christian Home at the age of 95 years..

Ruth was preceded in by her husbands; her son C. Duane Thumberg; daughter Arlene Swanson; six brothers and two sisters.

Ruth will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Iris (Hubert) Lindblad of Outing, MN; Barbara (Sam) Sorkilmo of Naples, FL. and Louann (Everett) Paulson of St. Francis, MN; son-in-law Gerald Swanson of Minnetonka, MN; sister-in-law Hazel Moline of Minneapolis, MN; 19 grandchildren, three step grandchildren, many great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

Segurd “Waldy” Forsman
Funeral services were held October 19, 2002 for Segurd “Waldy” Forsman, of Lakeside, WI at Lakeside Baptist Church. Rev. Chuck Ells officiated. Music was provided by organist Nancy Staurseth and vocalist Jane Wester. Interment will be in the Lakeside Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Steve Lind, Kenneth Lind, Bruce Holmquist, Gary Moss, Wesley Johnson and Danny Heidelberger. Honorary pallbearers are Wallace Lind, Bob Swenson, Gideon Hogdahl and Melvin Esselstrom.

Waldy was born in Park City, Utah May 31, 1916 and moved at a young age to Lakeside, Wisconsin. He attended school at Lakeside Elementary. As a young man he worked on the family farm and worked as a milk truck driver, school bus driver and also for Lakeside Township. In 1957 he became a merchant marine and sailed on the ore boats of the Great Lakes until his retirement in 1977. Waldy loved his sisters and their families dearly and spent a great deal of time with them. He also loved his friends and his community. Waldy was always there to lend a helping hand. Waldy was young at heart and loved playing cards and games. His generosity and jolly personality touched everyone around him. Waldy has been staying in the Mora, MN area with relatives since January 2002. He died at Kanabec Hospital in Mora Oct. 12 at the age of 86.

He was preceded in death by sisters Gerta and Astrid.

He is survived by sisters Linda Willox of Poplar, WI, Jeanette (Wallace) Lind of Andover, MN; nephews Steve Lind of Isanti, Kenneth Lind of Mora; nieces Phyllis Tomory of Niles, MI, Donna Heidelberger of Stanchfield, Susan Holmquist of Boyds, Maryland, Carol Lind of Brattleboro, Vermont and Nancy Moss of DeKalb, Illinois and their spouses; 12 great nieces and nephews and many friends.

Arrangements were entrusted to Rock Mankie Burial and Cremation Service of Braham, MN.

Wendell Bjorklund
Wendell (Swen) Bjorklund, 68, of Isle, MN, formerly of Cambridge died October 8, 2002 at the hospital in Onamia.

A memorial service was held at Carlson-Labatte Funeral Home Oct. 12.

Wendell was born February 10, 1934 in Cambridge, MN to Walter and Alma (Anderson) Bjorklund. He graduated from Cambridge High School in 1952. He married Marjorie Johnson in 1953. Swen furthered his education at Dunwoody Institute. After graduating he was employed by Northern States Power where he began his career as a surveyor and at the time of his retirement in 1989 was a purchasing agent for the company. Wendell was an enthusiastic outdoorsman. He devoted many years perfecting his skills and sharing the bounty of his many hunting and fishing trips with family and friends. He especially enjoyed fishing with his grandchildren, teaching them to love the sport.

He was preceded in death by his parents and sister Jean Erickson.

He is survived by children, Brent of Isle, MN; Bruce (Irene) of Cambridge; Rhonda (Steve) Heckt of Stanchfield and Carla Schmakel of Braham, grandchildren, Melanie, Heather, Eric, Marcus, Christopher, Clint, Cody, Derek, Billy and Erin. Three great-grandchildren, Aaron, Danika and Levi; former spouse Marjorie Wies of Cambridge and sisters, Joyce Sanford of Silver Bay, MN and Dorothy Bobbitt of Pauls Valley, OK.

Alice Peterson
A memorial service was held November 16, 2002 for Alice Peterson, 98 of Cambridge at Grandview Christian Home Chapel with Rev. Dale Cope officiating. Interment was in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Nov. 18.

She was born August 20, 1904 in Day, MN one of 11 children of Seven and Louise Peterson. As a young woman she lived and worked in Minneapolis. She returned to live on her home farm in Day after her sister Anna died. She enjoyed sewing and reading her Bible. Alice had lived at Grandview Christian Home for 12 years. She died November 14, 2002.

She was preceded in death by six brothers and four sisters.

Alice is survived by her niece, Inez ( Neil) Navarre of Gaylord, MI and nephew Philip Nolby of 29 Palms, CA.

Arrangements by Rock Mankie Burial and Cremation Service of Braham, MN.

Betty Hanson
Betty Mae Stoneberg Hanson, 79, of Clive, Iowa, died of an Alzheimer related ailment, November 11, 2002 at Indianola Good Samaritan Center in Indianola, IA.

Services were held Nov. 15 at Caldwell-Raddatz Funeral Home and Crematory Chapel in Urbandale, IA. Cremation followed the service and burial of the remains will be at a later date at the Stanchfield Baptist Church Cemetery in Stanchfield, MN.

She was born in Stanchfield and lived in Collins, IA before moving to the Des Moines area. She worked for Charter Financial Co. and Ford Motor Co. and was a data entry operator with Ryan-Givens certified public accountants. A member of Walnut Hill United Methodist Church, she enjoyed baking, bowling, and helping others.

She is survived by son, Alan of Oakland, CA; daughter, Cheryl Booth of Clive, IA; brothers, Richard Stoneberg of Lakeland, FL, and Walfred Wicklund of Stewartville, MN; sisters, Joyce Blosberg and Evelyn Uglem of Minneapolis, Viola Bullard of Orange, CA, and Fay Miller of San Diego; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to Des Moines Chapter of Alzheimer’s Association or Indianola Good Samaritan Center.

Clifford Theline
Clifford Harry Theline, Sr., 89, of Willmar, formerly of Isanti, died November 10, 2002 at Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar.

Funeral services were held Nov. 15 at South Isanti Baptist Church with Rev. George Brecheisen, Rev. Ron Snyder, and Rev. Clint Theline officiating. Pam Theline was the soloist and Lori Roth-Yousey served as pianist. Pallbearers were Carey Carlson, Dennis Holmgren, Cody, Pat and Tim Hughes, Ray Joslin and Shawn Kringshauser. Interment was in Isanti Union Cemetery.

He was born February 18, 1913, on the family farm in rural Isanti. It would be on that farm that he was raised and would live for 65 years. On June 10, 1934, he married Elsa Anderson and they made their home on the family farm. Clifford was employed as a mechanic and he also farmed his whole life. He was a member of South Isanti Baptist Church. His wife, Elsa, died in September 1974. On June 23, 1975, he married Lauretta Anderson. They made their home on the farm for two and a half years and they then moved to Willmar where they have since made their home. Clifford’s church membership was now at First Baptist Church of Willmar. His main hobby and interest was working with his horses.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, Elsa; daughter, Janice Carlson; grandson, Kevin Theline; brother, Paul Theline; sister, Ruby Oliver.

He is survived by his wife, Lauretta Theline of Willmar; daughters, Joyce (Carl) Lantz of Braham, Jordice (Rex) Chambers of Albuquerque, New Mexico; sons, Cliff (Kathy) Theline of Pine City, Clint (Shirley) Theline of Kalispell, Montana; son-in-law, Dean Carlson of Cambridge; step-daughters, Beverly Holmgren of Willmar, Janice (Joseph) Carroll of Florida; step-sons, Lawrence Anderson of Chaska, Nathain (Doreen) Anderson of Willmar, Gaylin (Vicki) Anderson of Willmar; 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, 13 step-grandchildren, 13 step-great-grandchildren.

Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Strike Funeral Home-Isanti Chapel.

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