Funeral services for Roman Wieme, age 41 of Tracy, will be Wednesday, March 14, 10:30 a.m. at Sillerud Lutheran Church, rural Balaton. Visitation was Tuesday, 4-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m., all at the church. Burial will be in Opdahl Lutheran Cemetery,Florence.
He died Saturday, March 10 at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls,S.D.
Arrangements are provided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel inTyler. On-line condolences at www. hartquistfuneral.com
Roman Richard Wieme was born Jan. 15, 1971 to Richard “Dick” and Gloria (Erickson) Wieme in Windom. He died early Saturday morning, March 10, at the age of 41 years, one month and 25 days.
Roman is lovingly remembered by his two children, Gabryelle and Andrew of Balaton; stepson Riley Engbarth of Balaton; his grandfather Andrew Wieme of Marshall, many aunts, uncles, cousins and special friend Mary. He was preceded in death by his parents, maternal grandparents and paternal grandmother.Filed under Obituaries |
He died at his home on Monday, Feb. 27.
Arrangements were provided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Tyler. Send on-line condolences and view video tribute will be at www.hartquistfuneral.com
Carl Henry Hauschild was born Dec. 16, 1928 to Carl and Caroline (Hass) Hauschild in Limestone Township, Lincoln County.He was baptized at Zion Lutheran Church in Island Lake Township. He attended Limestone Country School, then attended Morris Agricultural School in Morris for two years, graduating in 1946. On Jan. 14, 1953 Carl married Eloise Blegen at Bethany Lutheran Church in Arco.Their union was blessed with two daughters and 59 years of life together.Carl farmed all of his life in Limestone Township, where the couple made their home. He served 24 years as a Lincoln County Commissioner, served on the DAC Board, Regional Development Board, RDC Board, Area II, RCRCA Board and many other governmental boards. He retired in 2012. On Monday, Feb. 27 Carl died at his home at the age of 83 years, two months and 11 days.
Carl was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church in Arco. He was DFL Chairman of Lincoln County and served on the Limestone Township Board for 10 years. He enjoyed fishing, antique tractors, dancing (polkas), playing cards (500) and watching Molly B. He really enjoyed visiting with family and friends.
Carl is lovingly remembered by his wife Eloise; daughters Kaye Lokken (and Paul Hausken) of Bonduel,Wis.and Joy (andClyde) Bruns of Marshall; grandchildren Jennifer (and Lucas) Gregoire and Vicky Bruns; great-grandchildren Jared and Gavin and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Carl and Caroline, his stepfather Alvin Thooft and his brother Leroy Hauschild.Filed under Obituaries |
Funeral services for Geraldine Meyer, age 83 of Lake Benton, are Friday, March 2 at 10:30 a.m. at Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. Visitation is Thursday, 4-8 p.m. with prayer service at 7 p.m., all at the church. Burial will be in Diamond Lake Lutheran Cemetery, rural Lake Benton.
Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Lake Benton is providing the arrangements. Send on-line condolences at www.hartquistfuneral.com.
Geraldine Mary Meyer was born Sept. 2, 1928 in Arco to Fred and Elizabeth“Lizzie” (Wynn) Bauman. She grew up on the family farm east of Lake Benton and attended country school. She was baptized atDiamondLakeLutheranChurch, ruralLakeBenton. On Aug. 29, 1947 Geraldine married Harlan T. Meyer at Diamond Lake Lutheran Church. Their union was blessed with 10 children and 59 years of life together. The couple farmed for 41 years, retiring in 1987. Geraldine was a caregiver for Harlan for 11 years prior to his death on May 5, 2007. She continued to live in their country home. On Feb. 27 Geraldine died at her home at the age of 83 years, five months and 25 days.
Geraldine was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton where she served with the Ladies Aid, Grace Lutheran Church Women and the quilting group. She was also a member of a birthday club. She enjoyed baking, sewing, gardening, yard work and especially enjoyed time spent with her family.
Geraldine is lovingly remembered by her children: Kathleen (and Steven) Nordmeyer of Lake Benton, Barbara (and Dave) Prosch of Lake Benton, Caroline (and Michael) Otto of Lake Benton, Melvin Meyer of Lake Benton, Allan (and Anne) Meyer of Zumbro Falls, Rita (and Desmond) Stueven of Lake Benton, Mary (and Donald) Kerkaert of Windom, Susan (and Dale) Lozinski of Canby, and Sandra (and David) Lacek of Ivanhoe; 28 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; sister Gladys Reisgaard of Audubon, Iowa, and many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband Harlan; daughter Betty Lou Meyer; grandsons Chad Nordmeyer and Robert Otto; her parents; three brothers, Robert, Kenneth and Donald Bauman, and sister Marvel Nelson.Filed under Obituaries |
She was born July 22, 1935 in Hendricks to Walter and Mamie (Johansen) Hurd. She attended school and graduated from Lake Benton High School in 1953. She was united in marriage to Leo Kimball on Oct. 24, 1953 in Lake Benton and they had four children. Leo and Bev lived in Marietta, Hendricks,Spring Valleyand Lanesboro. She worked as the church secretary for Faith United Methodist Church in Spring Valley and enjoyed spending time with her friends and family. She also enjoyed decorating her home, walking, exercising, watching her grandchildren’s sporting activities and was an avid follower of the MN Twins and Vikings. Bev was a member of the Birthday Club and of the Faith United UMW.
She is survived by her husband Leo of Lanesboro, son Mike of Fountain and his children Gabriel (Whitney), Samantha (Phil), Caleb and Rachel; son Dan of Spring Valley and his children Danette, Ryne, Reann and Raalen, and son Todd (fiancé Dawn Lunn) and her children Chelsea and Kiefer. Bev is also survived by five brothers: Ray of Lake Benton,Darwinof Pipestone, Bob (Barbara) ofLakeBenton, Jim (Sandy) ofSpringfield,Mo., and Richard (Corrine) ofSt Cloud.
She was preceded in death by her parents, an infant son, grandson Benjamin and one brother, Floyd.Filed under Obituaries |
Funeral services for Esther Johnson, age 94 of Tyler, were Saturday, Feb. 4 at First Baptist Church in Lake Benton. Visitation was Friday at Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel inTyler. Burial was at Hope Cemetery in Tyler.
Esther died Monday, Jan. 30 at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home inTyler.
Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel inTylerprovided the arrangements. Send on-line condolences at www.hartquistfuneral.com.
Esther Isabelle Johnson was born to Odin and Marie (Skaar) Myrvik on Aug. 24, 1917 in rural Minneota. She married Kenneth Johnson Oct. 27, 1937. After Kenneth died, Esther lived at Danebod Village until she entered Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in June 2009, where she died on Monday, Jan. 30 at the age of 94 years, five months and six days.
Grateful for having shared her life are her four children: Kathleen Waltz of Hugo, James (and Laura) Johnson of Hamel, Diane DiPrete of Port Townsend, Wash., and Merry (and Daniel) Duame of Palmer, Alaska; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; brother Raymond Myrvik of Minneota; sister Marion Buska of St. Louis Park and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth; her parents; son-in-law Jerome Waltz; brothers Otto and Arnold Myrvik and sister Myrtle Smith.Filed under Obituaries |
She died Saturday, Jan. 28 at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home inTyler.
Arrangements were provided by Hartquist Funeral Home–Utoft/Johansen Chapel in Lake Benton. To sign an online registry, please visit www. hartquistfuneral.com.
Marjorie Jeanette Meyer was born Aug. 15, 1924 to Niels and Maren (Tambo) Nielsen in Drammen Township,LincolnCounty. She was baptized and confirmed at Diamond Lake Lutheran Church and grew up on the family farm. She attended country school in Drammen Township and graduated from Lake Benton High School in 1942. On June 18, 1946 Marge married Ivan Meyer at Diamond Lake Lutheran Church. Their union was blessed with four sons and 49 years of life together. They made their home on the Nielsen family farm inDrammenTownship, where they farmed until 1966. In addition to caring for the home and family, Marge worked as a nurse’s aide at Vadheim Memorial Hospital inTyler. They continued to live on the farm until 1980, when they moved to their home on Lake Benton at DonJa-Lei Beach. Ivan passed away on April 7, 1995. After sustaining a knee injury from a fall, Marge became a resident of Sunrise Manor Nursing Home inTylerlate in 2004, where on Saturday, Jan. 28 she passed away at the age of 87 years, five months and 13 days.
Marge was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. In earlier years she was active in the ladies circle and other church activities. She enjoyed gardening and flowers and sewing. Her family was her priority and was especially important to her.
Marge is lovingly remembered by her sons Gary (and Dagna) Meyer of Bloomington, Dan (and Brenda) Meyer of Woodstock and Mark Meyer of Lake Benton; six grandchildren: Lisa (and David) Brown of Austin, Chris (and Kayo) Meyer of Burnsville, Michael Meyer of Pipestone, Erin (and Chris) Bauman of Brookings, S.D., Joseph Meyer of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Sarah Meyer of Russell; six great-grandchildren: Maren, Jaidyn, Ryan, Jarret, Madelyn and Mallory; a sister, Berniece Helgeson of Taunton, and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Ivan and son Edwin.Filed under Obituaries |
Memorial services for Elroy “Bud” Knutson, age 77 of Lake Benton, were Friday, Jan. 20 at 11 a.m. at Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton. Visitation with viewing was Thursday with a prayer service, all at the church. Burial was in Diamond Lake Cemetery, rural Lake Benton.
He died Monday, Jan. 16 at the Avera Select Specialty Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Lake Benton provided the arrangements. Send on-line condolences at www.hartquistfuneral.com.
Elroy “Bud” Knutson was born June 9, 1934 to Fred and Christine (Krog) Knutson in Verdi Township, Lincoln County. He grew up in Diamond Lake Township, was baptized July 1, 1934 and confirmed March 28, 1948 at Diamond Lake Lutheran Church, rural Lake Benton. He attended school in Lake Benton and graduated from Lake Benton High School in 1952. Bud married Joyce Patrick on Oct. 29, 1954 at the Lake Benton United Methodist Church. Their union was blessed with six children and 56 years of life together. The couple raised their family and made their home in Lake Benton. Bud worked various jobs in construction and trucking until he was employed by the Minnesota Department of Transportation, working in maintenance for 28 years and five months. He retired Jan. 21, 1998. Joyce died Dec. 15, 2010. Bud became ill in November 2011 and entered Avera Select Specialty Hospital in Sioux Falls,S.D., where he died on Jan. 16 at the age of 77 years, seven months and seven days.
Bud was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Lake Benton and had served on the church council. He served many years on the Lake Benton Fire Department, as treasurer of the Lake Benton Sportsman’s Club, on the Diamond Lake Cemetery Board and the Danebod Village Board. He enjoyed bowling, deer hunting, fishing and travel. He especially treasured time spent at their lake home onLakeBentonand time spent with his family and friends.
Bud is lovingly remembered by his four sons: Scott (and Jeanne) Knutson of Brandon, S.D., Mark (and Jolene) Knutson of Maple Grove, Brian (and Tamara) Knutson of Augusta, Ga., and Kevin (and Laura) Knutson of Brandon, S.D.; five grandchildren: Joselyn (Michael) Schmitz, Jace Knutson, Jen (Jon) De Jong, Tony Knutson and Kirsten Knutson; two great-grandchildren, Chloe and Courtney De Jong; siblings Anita (Herb) Dahlman-Himrich of Mesa, Ariz., Ila (Elmer) Possail of Tyler and Keith (Diane) Knutson of Mesa, Ariz., and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife Joyce, twin infant sons, granddaughter Kayla Knutson, his parents and brother Leon Knutson.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Grace Lutheran Church, Lake Benton Sportsman’s Club or Diamond Lake Cemetery.Filed under Obituaries |
Funeral services for Donald Nelson, age 94 of Tyler, will be Friday, Jan. 27, 11 a.m. at First English Lutheran Church in Tyler. Interment will follow at Danebod Lutheran Cemetery inTyler. Visitation is Thursday, 4-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 6:30 p.m. at Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel in Tyler. Visitation will continue one hour prior to the church service. Arrangements are provided by Hartquist Funeral Home, Utoft-Johansen Chapel inTyler. On-line registry and condolences may be found at www.hartquistfuneral.com.
Donald Ordway Nelson was born to Peter and Hannah (Pederson) Nelson on Jan. 30, 1917 inTyler. He died at Colonial Manor Nursing Home of Balaton on Friday, Jan. 20 at the age of 94 years, 11 months and 20 days.
Don is lovingly remembered by his wife Avis Nelson of Tyler, son Lon Nelson and his wife Carol of Bloomington, two grandchildren; five stepchildren and 10 step-grandchildren; sisters Carol Nielsen of Fort Myers, Fla. and Phyllis Moberg and her husband Gerald of Marshall. He was preceded in death by his first wife Margery, his parents, sister Irma and two sisters who died in infancy.Filed under Obituaries |
She was born July 8, 1925 in Lake Benton to Arthur and Nellie (Raine) Salzman. Gladys graduated from Lake Benton High Schoolin 1942 and attended the Minnesota School of Business in Minneapolis. She was baptized and confirmed on Sept. 8, 1946 atSt. John Lutheran Church in Luverne.
Gladys married George Mann on Aug. 6, 1944 inLakeBenton. After their marriage, they made their home on the Mann family farm until 1999, when they moved to Luverne. She was a homemaker.
Gladys was a member ofSt. John Lutheran Church in Luverne, the church circle, the Maplewood Cemetery Auxiliary and the Neighborhood Club. She enjoyed quilting.
Gladys is survived by her six children: Gary (Marlene) Mann of Luverne, Gail Goembel of Edina, Judy (Dave) Gort of Willmar, Jerold (Pat) Mann of Luverne, Joyce (Tom) Soderholm of Worthington and JoAnne (Wayne) Landhuis of Edgerton; 12 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; brother Gene (Lorraine) Salzman, of Fairbanks, Alaska and a sister, Faye Meyer of Lake Benton.
She was preceded in death by her husband George on Sept. 21, 2008, infant son Gregg William Mann, infant granddaughter Melissa Mann and a sister, Ione Anderson.
A time of fellowship was held Wednesday Jan. 4 from 4-8 p.m. at the Dingmann Funeral Home in Luverne and one hour prior to the service at the church on Thursday. Memorial services were Thursday, Jan. 5 at 1:30 p.m. at St. John Lutheran Church in Luverne, officiated by Rev. Gary Klatt. A private burial of cremains will be at the Maplewood Cemetery in Luverne.
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