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Mieke Villerius

Jul 07, 1937 - Nov 24, 2023

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Minneapolis, MN

Mieke Belia Villerius (née de Jong) July 7, 1937 - November 24, 2023 Passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota in hospice care, at age 86. Formerly of Hillsborough, New Jersey and Saline, Michigan, Mieke Belia Villerius was born in Mijnsheerenland, Netherlands, the middle child of Hugo de Jong and Jannigje de Jong-Kooij. In July 1956, a week after they were married, this 19-year-old bride and her husband Frank departed Rotterdam on the s. s. Maasdam for the United States, and settled ...Read More

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Gail Jacobson

Jan 01, 1932 - Feb 24, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Preceded in death by parents, Victor and Aurora Jacobson, brother, Gordon and wife, Shirley, brother, Richard, brother, Bob and wife, Bev, and niece Mary. Survived by loving family members, children, Steve (Kathy), Mike (Rita), Sheri, and Julie (Scott). Grandchildren Mark (Joy), Traci (Adam), Matt, and Chris, Great-granddaughters, Caitlyn and Lauren. Brother Erv and wife Kathy and MANY nieces & nephews, great & great-great nieces & nephews, and multiple much beloved dog babies. The Queen of Monopoly and Yahtzee, usually beating out all the aforementioned. Family and friends, if you would like to donate a game piece, draw card, or score card from any game that reminds you of Gail please bring it to her celebration of life to be interred along with her ashes. A celebration of Gail's life will be held Thursday, February 29th @ 11:00 am with visitation 1 hour before service, at Hope Lutheran Church, 5200 Emerson Avenue N, Minneapolis, MN. Memorials preferred to Cerenity White Bear Lake, 1900 Webber St, WBL, MN 55110. Private interment will be held at Calvary Cemetery, Forest Lake, MN at a later date.

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Gail Diane von Busch

Feb 21, 1938 - Feb 01, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

"von Busch, Gail Diane (nee Swanson), Born on February 21, 1938 - age 85, passed away from complications of dementia on February 1, 2024. Gail was preceded in death by her parents Elmer Swanson, step-father Morris Smiler, and Frank and Evelyn Hruby of Arizona, and former husband Neil von Busch of Minneapolis. Gail was raised in Minneapolis and Richfield with her mother and step-father and becoming a step-sister to Dorothy (Irv) Gilford, Lorraine (Bob) Gow, Leo (Renee), and Dale (Donna) Smiler. She graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1955. She resided with her family in Bloomington, later retiring to Sun City, Arizona, finally returning to Minnesota to be closer to her family. Survived by her daughters, Laura von Busch (Gary Robeck) of St. Michael and Lisa Good, son-in-law Steven Good, grandsons Jacob and Kevin Good of Bloomington and close friend, Ed Rollin of Apple Valley. Cleverly intelligent, with a sarcastic wit, Gail was a joy to be around and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Remembered for \u0026quot;telling it like it is\u0026quot; her authentic thoughtfulness, strong work ethic, and her astute honesty, she lived her life demonstrating her favorite sayings \u0026quot;variety is the spice of life\u0026quot; and \u0026quot;to be interesting you must be interested.\u0026quot; Gail enjoyed travel, movies, reading, theatre, bridge, Mahjongg, casino gaming, Tetris and socializing with friends and family. Memorial service 3:00 PM Tuesday, February 27, with visitation one hour prior, and refreshments to follow at Washburn-McReavy Bloomington Chapel, 2300 W Old Shakopee Rd. Private interment spring of 2024 Hillside Cemetery, Minneapolis, MN. www.Washburn-McReavy.com"

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Michael Trowbridge

Dec 25, 1975 - Feb 19, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Michael Trowbridge, 48, Burlington, ND, passed away Monday, February 19, 2024, at the University of Minnesota Hospital.Full obituary will be available soon. Funeral: Monday, February 26, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. at Journey Church, Minot.Interment: Steen Family Cemetery, Williston, ND.

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Marilyn L Nordman

Feb 19, 1970 - Feb 19, 2032

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Minneapolis, MN

Nordman, Marilyn L age 92 of South Minneapolis Passed away 2/19/24. Funeral Services are planned for 2/28/24 at 11Am with visitation 1 hour prior at St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church 1901 Portland Ave S. Billman-Hunt Funeral Chapel. 6127893535. To to the family or in memory of Marilyn Nordman, please

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Kingston Akai Lillico

Aug 03, 2022 - Feb 14, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Kingston Akai Lillico was born in Minneapolis, MN on August 3, 2022, to Sabrina Rosemary Lillico and On February 14, 2024, God granted us an angel. Although our time with him was cut short, our hearts will forever be filled with joy and honor because we were able to be graced with his beautiful presence. Kingston loved curious George and Elmo, he liked listening to music, taking baths, and always got so excited when he seen his car seat coming out of the closet.Kingston is survived by his Mother Sabrina Lillico, his Momma Amanda Arnold, his Godmother Mariyah Wallin, Grandma Traci Arnold, Great Grandma Debra Dorsey, Great Grandpa Charles Neal, his Aunt’s Jasmine Lillico and Rozley Neal, his uncle Chaz Neal Jr., his 2 nd cousin’s Ger’Darion Thompson, Milak Jimale, Forrest Wolf Jr., Jaxson McMackin and Scottie Hatfield, 3 rd cousin’s Milak Jimale Jr. and Milliana Bremer, his great aunt’s Stephanie and Rachel Neal, and great uncle’s Chris Edwards, Seth Neal, and Asher Neal. To to the family or in memory of Kingston Lillico, please

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Barbara Ann Ginner

Dec 28, 1946 - Feb 15, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Barbara “Barb” Ann Ginner age 77, passed away peacefully on February 15th, 2024, at Methodist hospital surrounded by family. Barb was born to Theodore and Shirley Butler on December 28th, 1946, in Madison, Wisconsin. After Barb graduated from Arvada High School (CO) in 1964 she moved back to Wisconsin and began college. Barb married shortly thereafter and relocated to Minneapolis where she received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota. In 1974 Barb welcomed her first daughter Jennifer and 3 years later her second daughter, Heather. Barb lived an active life in the Minneapolis area raising her family and starting her interior design business. In 2001 she married Mark Ricker and welcomed his 3 children, Keri, Chris and Erick, into the family. Barb enjoyed spending her time reading, needlepointing and gardening. She was a fabulous cook and hostess to all who knew her. Barb and Mark enjoyed traveling and being with their 10 grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Mark Ricker; daughters, Jennifer Oetgen and Heather (Matt) Albert; siblings, Kay Anderson and Rick (Jan) Butler; her nieces, nephews and grandchildren. A celebration of life will be held for Barb in the spring. Memorials preferred to Minnesota Landscape Arboretum:

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Ronald Owen Bergom

Jul 16, 1938 - Feb 14, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Ronald Owen Bergom passed away peacefully on February 14, 2024, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, MN. Ron was born on July 16, 1938, in Duluth, MN to Arthur and Ida (Wendelbo) Bergom. He was raised in Grand Forks, graduating from Central High School in 1956. Ron attended the University of North Dakota as an undergraduate and completed the first two years of medical school in Grand Forks. After transferring to the University of Wisconsin he graduated from medical school in 1963. Following internship, the next 2 years were spent with the U.S. Army at the 10th General Dispensary in Frankfurt, Germany. After discharge he completed an Internal Medicine Residency and a Nephrology Fellowship in Madison, where he began private practice. He and his wife Sharon were married in 1973 and the following year they moved back to Grand Forks where he began a long career with the Grand Forks Clinic/Altru Health Systems. He had a special relationship with his patients and his medical colleagues. He was a member of the North Dakota Medical Association, Third District Medical Society, and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. The cabin on Lake Beltrami, Bemidji, was an important part of family life through the years and after retirement they built their year-round home there. While living there, Ron volunteered on medical missions to Honduras with the Bemidji Rotary Club. For health reasons, he and Sharon moved to Wisconsin in 2014 and enjoyed being closer to their children and grandchildren. In 2021 they moved to Eden Prairie, MN to be close to family. A person of many interests, his lifelong love of learning and intellectual curiosity led to a very rewarding life. He loved world travel, his friends, reading, ham radio, downhill skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, and all lake related activities, plus new experiences like learning the electric guitar. He especially enjoyed his family and spending time with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Sharon; sons, Jeff (Julie) and Michael (Carmen); grandchildren, Hannah and Matthew, Breya, Isabel and Tess; sister, Judy (David) Raecke; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Gordon; and sister-in-law, Maureen. Memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM on March 4, 2024, at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 13600 Technology Dr., Eden Prairie, MN 55344, with visitation to begin at 10:00 AM. In lieu of flowers memorials preferred to UND Medical School or Presbyterian Homes Foundation.

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Angela Kayla Okorie McDonough

Dec 15, 1967 - Feb 11, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Angela "Kayla" Okorie McDonough passed away on February 11, 2024. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and community. A funeral service for Angela will take place at 11:00 am, on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at Living Word Church (3255 Spring Street NE, Minneapolis, MN). A visitation will begin at 10:00 am. To to the family or in memory of Angela Corrine (McDonough) Okorie, please

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Brandon Lee Cloud

Mar 14, 1975 - Feb 14, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Brandon “Bucco man” Lee Cloud, age 48, journeyed to the spirit world on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, in Minneapolis, MN. He was born on March 14, 1975, in Minneapolis, the son of Diane Cloud. Brandon was a very comical person with a good sense of humor. He “glowed” when he was around family. He was a very smart man, excelled in school, especially in creative writing and poetry, where he won awards for his work. Brandon was a very clean person, wise, and knew about life. He was not a people person, he kind of kept to himself. He never complained about how hard he had it in his life. He enjoyed going to the casino when he could, playing his twenty cent and forty cent games, where he would win. Brandon loved his only daughter, Mackenzie, with all his being, loved her more than anything in his life. She was his world. Family greeting Brandon in the spirit world are his grandparents, Peter and Susan Cloud; uncles, Doug and Darwin Cloud; aunts, Bonita Cloud and Wanda Jackson; and dad, Charles Shingobee. Those left behind to forever cherish Brandon’s memory are his mom, Diane Cloud; daughter, Mackenzie Cloud-Johns; significant other, Marlena Johns; sisters, Dawn Shingobee, Leslie Cloud, Cindy Skinaway, Kimberly St. John, and Cameron Cloud; brother, Charles Shingobee, Jr.; aunts, Janice, Darlene, and Linda Cloud; nieces; nephews; and close cousins, Stacey Cloud, Susan Huerta, and Karen Cloud-Huerta. A two-night wake for Brandon will start on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. and continue until his traditional service on Thursday, February 22, 2024, at 11:30 a.m., all to be held at the Facility Center in Cass Lake, MN. Brandon’s Spiritual Advisor is Allen Hardy. Those helping to lay Brandon to rest are Joey Hill, Tonz Rodriquez, Maurice Rodriquez, Bradley Cloud, Mark Cloud, and Ron Cloud. Honorary pallbearers are Deanna, Lauren, Rhonda, Charles, Lee, Kristen, Marlena, The Cass Lake Cloud Family, all Brandon’s Family and Friends. Interment will be in the Oak Point Cemetery in Cass Lake, MN. Brandon’s care has been entrusted to Northern Peace Funeral Home of Walker, MN. Online condolences for the family may be left at www.northernpeace.com To to the family or in memory of Brandon "Bucco Man" Lee Cloud, please

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Ronald James Arel

Mar 18, 1952 - Feb 17, 2024

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Minneapolis, MN

Ronald “Ron” James Arel, age 71, died Saturday, February 17, 2024, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota surrounded by his family. Visitation will be held at Olson Schwartz Funeral Home in Bemidji on Friday, February 23, 2024, at 5:00-7:00 pm, followed by a Prayer Service and Rosary at 7:00 pm. Mass of Christian Burial will take place Saturday, February 24, 2024, at St. Philips Catholic Church in Bemidji at 10:30 am. Father Michael Arey will officiate. Visitation will start one hour prior. Ron was born on March 18th, 1952, to Frank & Eva Arel in Crookston, Minnesota. There, Ron grew up with his 7 siblings. He attended St. Joseph’s Academy and then Mount St. Benedict High School. After high school Ron attended the University of Minnesota Crookston and the University of North Dakota. While in college, Ron met the love of his life Donna Drellack. They got married on January 18, 1975, and moved to Bemidji, MN in 1976. Together they had two children, Heather (Arel) Dixon and Bradley Arel. Ron’s wife and children were the light of his life. Ron started his working years at Burlington Northern Railroad. He then started his time with JCPenneys while in Crookston. He later became a department manager at JCPenney in Bemidji. Following a transfer he and his family moved to Mankato, MN. Ron worked at JCPenney for a combined 18 years. After leaving JCPenney, Ron started a ChemDry carpet cleaning company in Mankato for 5 years where his son, Brad, helped him. After leaving Mankato, Ron and his family returned to Bemidji where they opened A&D Interiors in the Mall. After leaving the furniture store Ron worked at the Bemidji Pioneer for 20 years. In 2016 Ron retired and this allowed him to devote himself to his favorite and final job… being Grandpa. Ron was known by many as the man who always had a big smile on his face and many words to say. He could strike up a conversation with anyone. Ron always built everyone up around him. He was a devoted member of St. Philips Catholic Church, and his Catholic faith played a huge role throughout his entire life. In 1971, he joined the Knights of Columbus. Ron is well known for running the Knights of Columbus hotdog stand and rib dinners. Some of Ron’s passions were playing city and church league softball, partaking in bowling leagues, and calling his loved ones. However, above all else, Ron’s greatest joy was his family. Ron was always there. Whether it be the football field, basketball court, track, tennis court, show choir, choir concerts, swim meets or dance recitals, if there was something his Grandkids were in, Ron was there. Ron was truly his grandkids biggest fan. All the way to the end of his life, Ron displayed the passion and love he had for his family. Ron is survived by his wife, Donna, of 49 years; daughter, Heather (Jim) Dixon, son, Bradley (Monica) Arel; 7 grandchildren; Dominic and Mariah Dixon, Matthew, Abigail, Joshua, Elizabeth, and John Arel; siblings Kathy (Greg) Piche, Annette (Keith) Strack, Rosie (Jack) Tucker, Gerald (Carol) Arel, brother-in-law Dick Dols; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Frank & Eva Arel, and his sisters Madonna Arel, Jan (Arel) Dols and Karen Arel. To to the family or in memory of Ronald "Ron" James Arel, please

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