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Elizabeth Winger

Feb 15, 1947 - Dec 04, 2023

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Minneapolis, MN

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Jennifer Irene Mirmak

Apr 07, 1964 - Dec 28, 2023

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Minneapolis, MN

Jennifer Irene Mirmak, “Jen”, aged fifty-nine passed away surrounded by loved ones on December 28, 2023. She fought bravely against two forms of cancer. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in Bloomington, Minnesota, Jen loved her job as a paratransit driver in Orange County, California. Her clients will miss her dearly. Jen had a grateful spirit and a keen sense of humor. She was proudly clean and serene for 39 years. Survived by her husband, Matthew, Parents, Jim and Marie Ford, children Hunter and Sean. Jen was an advocate for social justice; in lieu of flowers please donate to the social justice organization of your choice. A celebration of her life will be held at Sunset Chapel in Minneapolis on March 16, 2024, at 11:00am with a reception following the service.

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Ethel Goplen

Died : Feb 29, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Ethel Goplen, age 94, of Minneapolis, went to be with her Lord on Feb. 29, 2024. Preceded in death by husband, Sherman Goplen; infant sister, Cheryl Bode; son-in-law, Rick Puterbaugh; siblings-in-law, Phillip (Elsie) Goplen, Ruby (Les) Johnson, Edith Goplen, Edith (Bud) Hollibaugh, Maynard (Louise) Goplen and Mike O’Day. Survived by children, Rosanne (Michael) Eastling, Sandy Puterbaugh, Kevin (Barb) Goplen, Lisa (David) Springborn, Scott (Cathy) Goplen and Rick (Jen) Goplen; 15 grandchildren, Matthew (Marissa) Eastling, Paul (Amy) Eastling, John Eastling, Sean Graham, Nicole (Eric, Sr.) Minea, Jennifer Dykes, Bryan (Andrea) Puterbaugh, Meghan (Ted) Soler, Mitchell Springborn, Jackson Goplen, Emily Goplen, Grant (fiancé, Grace Minder) Goplen, Seth Goplen, Kari Goplen and Brett Goplen; 15 great-grandchildren, Halle, Sidney, Penny, Ezra, Isaak, Marthe Eastling, Corey (Haley) Puterbaugh, Eric, Jr., Mia, Aubrey Minea, CJ, Chaisjon Combs, Mara, Gavin Michalek, and Kylee Puterbaugh; great-great grandchildren, Quincey Puterbaugh, Sieglinde and Damien Minea; sister, Hazel O'Day, brothers-in-law, Frank and Arlie Goplen; and many nieces, nephews, and other relatives. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. Tuesday, March 5, 2024 9:00-11:00 AM Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church 3901 First Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409 Tuesday, March 5, 2024 11:00 AM Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church 3901 First Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409

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John R. Eliason

Jul 22, 1931 - Feb 27, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

John R. Eliason Born on July 22, 1931 and passed away on February 27, 2024 at the age of 92. John was born at the Swedish Hospital in Minneapolis to Martha and Joseph Eliason. He graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1949. He pursued a degree in engineering before joining the Army and serving in Korea during the war. In 1953 he returned to Minneapolis and worked for his father building houses. After 6 years he returned to the University to study Russian. During that time, he met and married Kitty Kilen and began a lifelong adventure hauling harps. A house on the river bluff in Bloomington was the catalyst for their marriage, little did they know that they would be planted there for life! Baby Alice was born soon after, followed by Betsy 3 1/2 years later. John became interested in computers and enrolled in Brown Institute to be trained in programming. During his career he worked mainly for St. Paul companies as a systems analyst, but also briefly for Control Data, and later for Burlington Northern. He enjoyed playing golf withthe St. Paul Company league for many years. Kitty and John enjoyed traveling to many European destinations but loved going to Ireland to visit cousins most of all. They enjoyed bird watching together and visiting the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel Island Florida every March. John is survived by wife, Kitty; Daughters, Alice (Ted) Winker and Betsy (Myles) Kennedy; Grandchildren, Molly and Austin Winker; niece Doris DuBois; nephews, Russ (Karen), Robert (Maryann) and Roger (Bon) Eliason. Preceded in death by parents; brothers Walter and Earl, and nephew, Richard Eliason. Memorial service will be held on Tuesday, March 5th at Gill Brothers 9947 Lyndale Avenue S, Bloomington, MN 55420. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Grace Hospice, 1015 4th Avenue North Suite 206, Minneapolis Minnesota 55405.

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Elijah George Casanova

Oct 22, 2015 - Feb 29, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

ELIJAH GEORGE CASANOVA, age 8, of Round Lake, died Thursday, February 29, 2024, at the Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis. Visitation will be from 5-7 pm Friday, March 8, at the Dingmann Funeral Home in Worthington. A time of sharing memories will be at 7 pm Friday at the Dingmann Funeral Home in Worthington. Burial will take place at a later date. To to the family or in memory of Elijah George Casanova, please

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Hayden Gunnar Nelson

Apr 16, 2001 - Feb 27, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Hayden Gunnar Nelson was born April 16, 2001 in Edina, Minnesota, He passed away peacefully February 27th, 2024 at his home in Minneapolis. Preceded in death by his grandfather Louis Titus, grandmother Bonnie Nelson and Uncle Mathew Nelson. Survived by his parents Benjamin (Suzanne Engstrom) Nelson, Ann (Joel) Kansanback, brother Hunter Nelson, grandparents Robert Nelson and Paula Titus and step siblings Cole, Audrey, Charles (Janvi) and Henry. Hayden lived his life with infectious passion and enthusiasm. He was quick to smile and would show his sense of humor with silly jokes, movie quotes and shared videos. He had many interests but at the center of everything was his family and his amazing circle of close friends that he also considered family. Hayden was incredibly thoughtful, sensitive, caring, fiercely loyal and protective of those he loved. When Hayden was young, he discovered fishing and was hooked. Ice fishing in the winter and come spring as much of his free time as possible in his beloved boat on the lake fishing with his buddies and his brother Hunter. The fishing stories were many and the perfectly angled photos were numerous. Hockey was another passion of Hayden's. After learning to skate as a child to playing Wednesday night men's league as an adult. He loved time at the outdoor rink and never complained about the cold. He was also a big fan of the Minnesota Wild, attending games whenever possible and sporting one of his loved jerseys. Hayden knew after visiting Duluth for a youth hockey tournament that UMD was the college for him. He loved it all, from dorm life, academics, parties, sporting events to the amazing friends he made. He was also a member of the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity. He graduated in 2023 with a bachelor's degree in business. He was so proud and excited to move on to the next chapter but also commented that leaving Duluth was one of the saddest days of his life. Visitation will be held Monday March 4th at 10:00 am followed by a Service at 11:00 am at Hosanna Church, 9600 163rd Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044. in lieu of flowers contributions can be made to Fishing for Life MN.

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Sandra Kaoro Jack

Aug 02, 2001 - Feb 29, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Sandra Kaoro Jack, age 22 of Le Sueur, Minnesota passed away on February 29, 2024 at Abbott North Western Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Services will be held on Monday, March 4, 2024 at 2 P.M. at The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints in New Prague, Minnesota. Visitation will be held one hour before the service. Sandra was born on August 2, 2001 to Ramsey and Evelyn (Lowary) Jack in Virginia, Minnesota, and grew up in the Jordan/Burnsville area. She graduated from Burnsville High School in 2020. She had a fierce love for music and dancing, enjoyed watching anime, and most of all, loved spending time with her family. Sandra is survived by her mother, Evelyn, siblings, Raimond (Koriana Zimmer) Jack, Ribon (Judy) Jack, Becky (Matt) Rosson, Viongo (Wally) Hedman, Loraine (Franko) Tolenna, and Chessy Jack, and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her father, Ramsey (2020). To to the family, please

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Rowan James Mouser

Feb 20, 2024 - Feb 28, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Rowan James Mouser Of Plymouth, MN, born on February 20, 2024, died on February 28, 2024 due to complications during delivery (HIE). In his short time with us Rowan lived a perfect life, all he knew was the love of his parents and his family. Preceded in death by his mother’s sister, Rylie Ann Slama. Survived by his parents, Ellie Slama and Ryan Mouser; grandparents John and Rebecca Slama, Mike and Brenda Mouser; great grandparents, Don Holmquist and Ellie Holmquist, many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Funeral service Saturday, March 2, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. at Lake of the Isles Lutheran Church, 2020 Lake of the Isles Pkwy, Mpls., MN. Visitation 1 hour prior to the service at the church with lunch to follow. Interment Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis. We love you Baby Rowan. To to the family or in memory of Rowan James Mouser, please

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M. Carolyn Carter

Jan 16, 1927 - Feb 26, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

M. Carolyn Carter January 16, 1927 – February 26, 2024 Mildred “Carolyn” Carter died after a brief illness and a long and interesting life; she was 97. Born in her Rockford, Tennessee home, she grew up in the bucolic setting of her Anderson family farm while enjoying access to friends in Maryville and education in Knoxville. Formative early experiences included observing her parents struggle to keep the farm during the Great Depression and, as World War II began, writing letters to high school classmates who had joined the war effort. She was an avid football fan attending all games from junior high through her four years at the University of Tennessee. Soon after graduating from the University of Tennessee, Carolyn married her beloved Arthur (Art) on November 23, 1949. Their three children were the center of her life. Art’s work brought moves from Maryville, TN to Glenshaw, PA, to Wenatchee, WA, to Upper St. Clair, PA, to New Martinsville, WV, and to Valley Forge, PA. Her husband’s untimely death when Carolyn was 50, her greatest crisis and the turning point in her life, brought forth remarkable qualities. Drawing on her reservoir of faith and the example of her parents who persevered through difficulties, Carolyn completed her most important task, launching her youngest child and diving into the work world. She succeeded in sales, promoting products and services that she considered valuable and important. Carolyn’s Christian faith was the foundation of her life. Always active in church, she especially enjoyed singing in the choir. A bonus is that one of the choirs organized overseas singing tours, enabling her to travel to the British Isles, Europe, Russia, Brazil, and Cuba. Carolyn was ordained as a deacon. In addition to local mission projects with the church, she volunteered for several years at Graterford Prison, tending to prisoners’ families in the family waiting room when they visited. In her final twelve years, Carolyn lived with her daughter Anne in Minneapolis. She welcomed the familiarity of a home setting and the companionship of family dogs. Living in Minnesota made it easier for her to spend time at the family cabin, a dearly loved setting she enjoyed for 74 summers, appreciated not only for its natural beauty but as the repository of a lifetime of family memories. Carolyn is survived by her son Richard (Rebekah), son Robert (Diana), and daughter Anne; four grandchildren, Nathan (Melanie), Justin (Ashley), Alison (Stephen), and Jason (deceased); four great-grandchildren, Jaycie, Rosalie, Emmeline and Tobias. Visitation will be at David Lee Funeral Home, Wayzata, Minnesota, March 8th, 2 pm – 4 pm followed by a memorial service at 4:15pm. Committal service will be in Grandview Cemetery, Maryville, TN at a later date. To to the family or in memory of M. Carolyn Carter, please

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Ursula Ann Broich

Oct 21, 1924 - Feb 27, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Ursula Ann (Bellig) Broich, 99, of Sleepy Eye, Minnesota passed away peacefully in her sleep Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Visitation will be on Monday, March 4, 2024, from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at St. Mary's Catholic Church-North Entrance in Sleepy Eye with the Christian Mothers Rosary at 10:30 am. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Sleepy Eye on Monday, March 4, 2024, at 11:00 am and will be livestreamed at https://www.facebook.com/stmarysleepyeye. The clergy will be Fr. Mark Steffl. Interment will be at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Sleepy Eye. Arrangements are with Sturm Funeral Home in Sleepy Eye. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.sturmfh.com.Ursula was born October 21, 1924, in Wabasso, Minnesota to Robert and Veronica (Frantz) Bellig. She grew up on the family farm. After graduation, she moved to Sleepy Eye to work at Haas Bakery where she met the love of her life, Joseph Broich. Joe and Ursula were united in marriage on October 21, 1947. They worked side by side at Handy Grocery early on and in the insurance and real estate business later. They enjoyed the company of dear friends, dancing, golfing, bowling, and traveling. Ursula was a member of the Sleepy Eye Historical Society, Sleepy Eye Collectors Club, American Legion Auxiliary, Red Hats, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, and Christian Mothers Society.Ursula is survived by two daughters, Nancy Gabler (grandsons, Joseph and Chris) and Ann (Pat) LaCourse; granddaughters, Katy (Aaron) St. Sauver, Theresa LaCourse (great-grandson, Julian Williams); sister-in-law, Audrey (Broich) Schultz; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Joe (1998); parents, Robert and Veronica; sisters and brother, Sylvia Hammerschmidt, Florance Novak, and Robert “Bob” Bellig; and many brothers and sisters-in-law.

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May Ethel Rhines

Apr 29, 1940 - Feb 26, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of May Ethel Rhines, born April 29, 1940, who left this world on February 26, 2024. She is now reunited with her beloved husband, Alfred Rhines, Sr., in eternal peace. May is lovingly remembered by her devoted children: Valerie, Alfred Jr., and Petrina, as well as her five cherished grandchildren: Christopher, Alessandria, Alfred, Malique, and Talia. Celebration of May's life will take place at Sunset Funeral Home and Cemetery, 2250 St. Anthony Blvd Minneapolis, MN 55418 on March 12, 2024, at 11am, with a viewing starting at 10am.

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