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Doris Forseth

Jul 07, 1938 - Nov 20, 2023

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Doris Vivian Williams Forseth, entered Heaven\u0027s Gate on November the 20th, after a long battle with Alzheimer\u0027s. Doris was born in Ladysmith, WI on July 7, 1938, in 1942 her family moved to Manannah, MN, later moving back to Ladysmith where she graduated from high school in 1956. Doris will be remembered as a loving spouse, Mom, Grandma, Great Grandma, and Great Friend to many. Doris was a Beautician and worked in several Beauty Shops in Minneapolis and Hopkins MN. Later she worked in...Read More

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Jagdish Trivedi

Jan 14, 1945 - Feb 22, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Jagdish Trivedi passed away on Feb 22, 2024. His loved ones are composing his obituary, which you will be able to read here."

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Douglas C. Lobdell

Mar 12, 1950 - Feb 18, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

In Memory of Douglas C. Lobdell Douglas Craig Lobdell, 73, of Eden Prairie, passed away on February 18, 2024 of cancer which he fought with courage and grace. Doug was born into a dairy farming family on March 12, 1950 in Mora, MN. He drew a lot from his Grandfather’s pearls of wisdom and work ethic from his father while working together on the farm. He graduated from Pine City High School and the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy achieving a BS in 1973. He was a US Navy Reservist. He owned a “corner drugstore” in Bloomington, Minnesota for 17 years. With a strong desire to directly impact patient care, Doug returned to the UofM to obtain his MS in Social and Administrative Pharmacy in 1998. In 2008, he joined the American Pharmacist Association. As Sr. Director of Corporate Alliances he established and grew business partnerships with pharmacy companies, professional organizations and educational institutions across the US and internationally. He had a keen interest in advocating for improved access by patients to pharmacist’s services; he was instrumental in the development of pharmacy immunization programs. As a member and leader in the Century Mortar Club of the College of Pharmacy, he advocated for advancing educational experiences of pharmacy students. Doug was a devoted son, dedicated father to his son, Matthew, an amazing grandfather, loving husband to Julie Hoff for 27 years, and friend and mentor to many. Most important to Doug and Julie was gathering with family and friends. Doug lived a life based on Christian values, service and philanthropy to others. He was an active member of Eden Prairie Immanuel Lutheran Church and member of the EP Noon Rotary. He and Julie traveled to areas with rich history and participated in mission trips to Tanzania, Guatemala and Honduras. He enjoyed reading and nature – birding, hiking, skiing, and biking were incorporated into their travels to 5 continents. Doug was preceded in death by his father Glenn and mother Evelyn Lobdell. He is survived by his wife Julie Hoff; son Matthew (Alicia); and siblings Greg (Joey) and Scott (Kathy). The visitation will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church on March 9, 2024 at 10 am followed by an 11 am service and luncheon. Private internment is planned. Memorials preferred to: Immanuel Lutheran Church of Eden Prairie, MN or charity of choice in his name. Huber Funeral & Cremation Services Eden Prairie Chapel 952-949-4970

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Marilyn Ruth Blomseth

Apr 05, 1944 - Feb 21, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Marilyn Ruth Blomseth, passed into the loving arms of her heavenly father on February 21, 2024. Born in Ashland, Wisconsin to Winifred and Ruth Danielson, she was one of eight siblings: Stanley (deceased), LeRoi (deceased), Carol, twins, Ardelle \u0026amp; Arlene, identical twin Marian (deceased) and Sid. In her formative years growing up as a \u0026quot;PK\u0026quot;, a pastor\u0027s kid, in rural South Dakota. She and her siblings had many adventures on the walk to and from the country school. Things such as jumping off chicken coops, swimming in drainage ditches, and trapping gophers to feed to Colorie, her calico cat. After graduating from Salem high school, she and her twin sister Marian moved to St. Paul and they both started working at GTA, (Grain Terminal Association) where she met the love of her life, Ron Blomseth. The shenanigans with her twin sister did not end in South Dakota, but continued throughout her life wherever their travels took them. Some highlights include, trespassing for late night swims during hot summer nights, picking seashells, or snooping for \u0026quot;souvenirs.\u0026quot; The \u0026quot;telepathic\u0026quot; connection with her twin sister was uncanny. Oftentimes, they would complete each other\u0027s sentences, or simply speak incomplete sentences to one another, knowing exactly what each other was saying while leaving everyone else around them in the dark. They were known to purchase identical cards for family members or show up to events dressed in the same outfit, without ever communicating a word ahead of time. Together, they also had the incredible gift from God for making everyone they met feel very special, cared for, and valued. They were inseparable and best friends for life. On May 7th, 1966, Ron and Marilyn were married at Calvary Baptist Roseville where they continued as members together for 57 years. Calvary was a wonderful environment for them where they raised their three children Jill, Lisa, and Jeff. Marilyn left GTA when Jill was born to raise their children. When the kids entered school, she started working with children at Roseville Preschool and eventually, Island Lake Elementary School until her retirement. Marilyn found great joy serving as a leader of a Girls Meeting God group at Calvary, delivering Meals on Wheels with her kids, and volunteering with her family at Trout Lake Camp. Her love of children was evident throughout her life as she loved her kids and grandkids, who all felt as if they were her \u0026quot;favorite.\u0026quot; Marilyn enjoyed her many travels with Ron throughout North America and Europe. In 2010, Marilyn was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis and was given two years to live. Through God\u0027s amazing grace, delivered through medical professionals at the University of Minnesota, her life was extended 14 years! Throughout that time, her love and concern for others never changed. She was a prayer warrior, when unable to sleep, she devoted her attention to praying for others. Marilyn leaves that legacy for each of us as a vivid example of how to finish the race of life well."

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Michael Alan Huiras

Jan 16, 1966 - Feb 20, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Michael Alan Huiras Born January 16, 1966, to Kenneth \u0026amp; Shirley Huiras. Died February 20, 2024. Survived by parents; brother Steven (Tanja) Huiras; grandson Cameron Hollinger; daughter Krystal Carnahan; and nieces Ashling (Logan) and Cassandra (Joe). Michael will be cremated with a private family service to be held."

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Evan Schmidt

Oct 15, 2007 - Feb 17, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

It is with profound sadness that we let you know that Evan Schmidt passed away unexpectedly on Saturday night, 2/17. He took his own life. Evan was an involved student at Mound Westonka High School. He enjoyed playing soccer and playing Saxophone in Westonka Bands. He was a compassionate caretaker for his classmates, bandmates, fellow soccer players (as a captain), friends, and family members. Many of our friends affectionately referred to him as "Grandpa Evan" because he was the one who would take care of everyone else. He always had a smile on his face (often under a pristine baseball cap atop his head). He was quick to help whether it was doing work around the yard, in the house, volunteering, helping with projects on boat, on the docks, and at Big Island. He and his brother Alex both volunteered for the HopeKids Day on the Lake event. He enjoyed driving boats, a snowmobile, and a truck. He kept everything immaculately clean. He loved Kaden, the family dog, and enjoyed walking him, especially with friends and their dogs. He was also often found pushing a cart around Costco with his mom so that she wouldn't have to lift the heavy items and it gave him a chance to rack up some miles behind the wheel. Like his father, Evan was very particular about his hair and where he got it cut. He found his favorite stylists at Great Clips in Shorewood MN but would also visit the Mound location. He loved vacationing with family and friends and found great pleasure in being able to go on two cruises in the past year. He enjoyed his fist job at Dakota Junction. He was looking forward to hopefully working on or around Lake Minnetonka this summer. Evan's family is grateful for the outpouring of love, support, and sympathy from friends, the community, fellow students, and the school district's leadership and faculty. Grief Counselors were on-site on Tuesday when classes resumed at MWHS. They will continue to be available to staff and students as long as needed. If you, or someone you know, needs help, you can text 998 to access the National Suicide & Crisis Hotline. Help is available! Also, please feel free to share a memory or picture honoring Evan on Instagram, Facebook, or this site. His family would love to be able to save your favorite photos and stories and for them to be available to others. Evan is survived by parents Denise and Eric Schmidt; brother Alex Schmidt; pet Dog Kaden; uncle Greg Arnold; grandparents Dewey and Shirley Arnold and Bob and Gay Schmidt; numerous other relatives; The WexPack Friends; The Motorcycle Gang; his classmates, teammates, coaches, teachers, and school staff. Memorial Service is scheduled for 2:00 PM on Sunday 2/25 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 3745 Shoreline Drive, Navarre, MN, with visitation from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM at church. Comfortable and casual attire is encouraged. Come as you are (this includes shorts, t-shirts, and flipflops, if you'd like)! Wearing or bringing your favorite baseball cap is highly encouraged! Reception with some of Evan's favorite sweets and treats to follow the service. There will also be a gathering at a local establishment after the reception, for those wanting to continue celebrating Evan's life and sharing stories. If you'd like to make a memorial to Evan, consider donating to Mound Westonka Band Boosters and/or Mound Westonka Hawk Vault. The funeral will be live streamed, and the link will be added when ready.

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Joan Nelezen

Sep 07, 1930 - Feb 17, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Joan Nelezen quietly took the hand of God and transitioned to her eternal. home on February 17, 2024, at the age of 93. Joan was born in Berlin Wis in 1930 to Arthur A. Flanagan and Leone Kellett Flanagan. She was raised on the family farm in Rush Lake, surrounded by a family who stressed love, hard work, and the value of education. Joan graduated from Omro High School and followed on with an education degree from UW-Oshkosh. Joan taught kindergarten for over 30 years in Portage, Appleton, and Stevens Point Wis. Joan was united in marriage to Victor J. Nelezen in 1951. The love of her life, Victor, preceeded her in death in 2011. Throughout her life, Joan loved being in the presence of her family and friends. She enjoyed cribbage, bridge, swimming, outdoor life, travel, trips to casinos, and brandy Manhattans. Joan loved the kitchen and sharing her baked goods. Many have fond memories of her creative casseroles and moist scones. Missing her but letting her go are her five daughters: Christine Kline (Kevin), Jane Tompkins (John), Lisa Nelezen, Vicki Nelezen, and Sally (Tim) Redding. She is also survived by six grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Joan was preceeded in death by her sister. Aileen Fritz and is survived by her sisters Donna Klein and Nancy Flanagan. She will be irreplaceable to those who were fortunate enough to encounter her. In lieu of a formal event, Joan\u0027s life will be celebrated as she lived; simply, surrounded by those she loved. To honor her memory, merely be kind to one another. Her family hopes that each of you hold on to a memory and celebrate her life in your own way, in your own time. \u0026quot;When I come to the end of my journey and I travel my last weary mile, Just forget if you can, that I ever frowned and remember only the smile.\u0026quot; A celebration of life to be held later in spring. A special thanks to the Staff at The Orchards and Brighton Hospice for the compassionate and gentle care shown to Joan."

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Donald Cornelius

Dec 15, 1931 - Feb 17, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Donald Cornelius of Eden Prairie, Minnesota passed away on Feb 17, 2024. His loved ones are composing his obituary, which you will be able to read here."

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Camilla Luella Kennedy

Feb 27, 1951 - Feb 17, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

"Camilla Luella Kennedy February 27, 1951-February 17, 2024 Born in Mille Lacs, MN, Camilla passed away after a long battle with several health issues. She is preceded in death by her late husband Michael Kennedy, Mother Beaulah \u0026amp; Father Carl Wicklund. Survived by son Jesse, daughter Luella, daughter in law Lory, grandchildren Austin, James \u0026amp; Margaret. Camillla was a lover of Barbies, knitting, crafts, flowers, friends \u0026amp; family. May she rest in peace."

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Lucille Rose Schulz

May 11, 1931 - Feb 13, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

Lucille “Lou” Rose (Meidinger) Schulz, 92, passed away peacefully on February 13, 2024. A lifelong resident of North Dakota, she spent her final months close to family and died in Eden Prairie, MN. Born May 11, 1931 in Fredonia, ND, Lou was the only child of Maggie and Ben Meidinger. She attended high school in Linton where she met and married Curt Schulz in June 1949. They welcomed their son, Kevin, in 1950 and daughter, Karen, in 1951. Their young family frequently moved around the state due to Curt’s job with NW Bell, and spent 10+ yrs in Grand Forks. Eventually settling in Fargo, they enjoyed retirement years with summers at the lake and winters in AZ. Curt and Lou were married for nearly 53 years when he passed away in 2002. Known as Oma, Lou was a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Kind, generous, and often with a smiling positive attitude, she enjoyed her family and especially her “greats”, as she called the little ones. She will be dearly missed. She is survived by her son Kevin (Nancy) Schulz; daughter Karen (Fred) Shearer; grandchildren Jennifer (Cory) Cater, Brian (Sandy) Shearer, Jason (Rebecca) Schulz, and Becky (Ryan) Connolly; and 10 great-grandchildren. A memorial service is being planned for the Spring.

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Joseph L. Cassioppi

Oct 04, 1938 - Feb 12, 2024

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Eden Prairie, MN

Cassioppi, Joseph L., Age 85 of Eden Prairie, passed away peacefully at home February 12, 2024, surrounded by family. He was born October 4th in Rockford, Ill. to Larry and Antoinette (LaFranka) Cassioppi. He went to Montegue grade school and West High School and attended Northern Illinois University. Thereafter he started in sales and became a pilot. Joe lived a full and active life deeply rooted by his family and faith. He became an Eagle Scout at 14 and was involved in Scouting his entire life. He was a brilliant salesman of everything from coins to jet airplanes. Joe was a very generous man who enjoyed nurturing his sales team to great success. He loved the outdoors and instilled a similar love of outdoor activities in his children. He lived a full, adventurous, and happy life with his wonderful family, traveling throughout the world for business and pleasure, and always settling back home in Minnesota, happiest at the cabin at Trout lake. Joe was lovingly cared for in his last years of life by Mary. Survived by loving wife Mary; children Michelle Guertin (Peter), Larry (Linda), Lisa (Dan), Denise Barfknecht (Norm), Joseph (Samantha), Sharie (Matt), Bobby (Sarah); 12 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. His family offers sincere thanks to Dr. Jim Giefer, Dr. Choi, and caregivers Tina, Isabel and Sheng. Catholic Mass 11 AM Tuesday, February 20, at Pax Christi Catholic Community, 12100 Pioneer Trail, Eden Prairie. Visitation at church Tuesday from 9:30-11 AM. Memorials preferred to Pax Christi or Peace House Community, Mpls. To to the family or in memory of Joseph L Cassioppi, please

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