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Sharon Deloia

Aug 15, 1946 - Nov 26, 2023

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Saint Paul, MN

Sharon DeloiaLoving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Age 77, of Hugo. Preceded in death by mother Alyce, father Donald, and father of children, Rick Deloia. Survived by children, Christian (Ailie) and Gina (Geoff Willems); grandchildren Jake, Carys, Sam, and Logan; sisters Beverly and Darlene (Jerry); dear friend Scott Tansom; many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Service will be Monday, December 4, 2023, 12 PM at Bradshaw Funeral Home, 4600 Greenhaven Drive, White Bea...Read More

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Nettie Elizabeth Eytzen

Dec 20, 1933 - Feb 24, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

Nettie Elizabeth Eytzen, age 90, of Mountain Lake, MN, died on February 24, 2024, at Our Lady of Peace in Saint Paul, MN.Service will be held at the Community Bible Church-Mtn Lake, on Friday, March 1, 2024 at 2:00 pm with visitation at the church one hour prior.The clergy will be Pastor Alex Janzen. Interment will be at the Delft Cemetery in Delft, Minnesota.Arrangements are with the Sturm Funeral Home in Mtn Lake.A complete obituary will be posted soon.

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Duc Nguyen Ngo

Nov 05, 1950 - Feb 25, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

Duc Nguyen Ngo, age 73, of Saint Paul, Minnesota passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024. A funeral service for Duc will be held Sunday, March 3, 2024 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM at Sunset Funeral Home & Sunset Cemetery, 2250 St Anthony Boulevard NE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418, followed by a visitation from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

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Diane Arney

Jan 22, 1960 - Feb 16, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

"Diane Arney of Saint Paul, Minnesota passed away on Feb 16, 2024. Her loved ones are composing her obituary, which you will be able to read here."

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Joseph Smela

Jul 01, 1932 - Feb 21, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

"Joseph Smela of Saint Paul, Minnesota passed away on Feb 21, 2024. His loved ones are composing his obituary, which you will be able to read here."

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Michele Anne (Berggren) Barton

Jul 31, 1951 - Feb 11, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

Michele Anne (Berggren) Barton (“Shelley”, “BunnBunn”, “Aunty Bunn”) age 72 of Saint Paul died surrounded by her family on Sunday, February 11, 2024. Michele was preceded in death by her brother Bill Berggren and her parents Merle and Helen. She is survived by her husband Bill, daughter Anna (Brett), God-daughters Nellie (Ricky) Fox and Kaitlin (Casey) Smith, sister Kristen (Terrance) Smith, many nieces, nephews, family and beloved friends. Michele was born in Rush City, MN and grew up in Forest Lake, MN. Michele was a member of Forest Lake’s Faith Lutheran Church where she was baptized, confirmed, and married William Barton in 1978. She inherited her independence, a love of reading and learning from both her Mother Helen and Grandmother Ann. The oldest of three children, Michele had a penchant for organization and leadership that would serve her well throughout life, particularly in her healthcare career. Michele attended college and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (BSN) at Saint Scholastica in Duluth. She worked in intensive care at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth where she started dating her husband, Bill after meeting him at Grandma’s Restaurant in her bib overalls. After moving to the Grand Forks, ND area with Bill, Michele taught clinical nursing at the University of North Dakota. During summers Michele also worked for migrant health around East Grand Forks, MN. While in the Grand Forks area Michele and Bill rented a farmstead surrounded by potato fields near Oslo, Minnesota. One time a blizzard snowed them in for three days. When Bill went to graduate school in Golden, Colorado at the Colorado School of Mines, Michele worked at hospitals in Denver. When they moved to Minneapolis-Saint Paul area Michele managed various clinics including urgent care centers for Park Nicollet and Allina Health. Michele was a 40-year member of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Saint Paul where her daughter Anna was baptized and confirmed. Michele served in the Sunday School, Church Council and committees. Outside of her work and church, Michele enjoyed organizing and cooking for family holiday gatherings and parties, reading, gardening, picnics, hiking, boating, traveling, and spending time with her family and many friends. She had a special affinity for trips to the San Francisco area, the first trip she took with husband Bill to enjoy scenery, cable cars, opera, restaurants and winery tours. (Their honeymoon was up to Grand Rapids and the Gunflint Trail.) Michele traveled to the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Hungary, England, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Sweden, and Norway with Bill and Anna. She enjoyed spending time at the family’s Ten Mile Lake Cabin in the last couple of years Michele always loved music and had a beautiful voice. She sang in her high school choir and recently was a member of MacPhail’s Giving Voice chorus, created to empower people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia through choral singing. Michele fondly recalled having the neighborhood kids over to watch “The Wizard of Oz” because they had the first color TV in their Forest Lake neighborhood. In the “The Wizard of Oz” Aunty Em counsels Dorothy to “Find yourself a place where you won’t get into any trouble.” Dorothy conjures up a place far, far away behind the moon and beyond the rain – “Over the Rainbow.” We are sure Michele is with God there now, at peace with clouds far behind her. A funeral service honoring her life will be held at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 700 South Snelling Avenue, Saint Paul, MN at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. A gathering will be held at 10 a.m. until the time of the service. Lunch will be served following the service. Flowers may be sent to Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in advance of the service and memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, http://act.alz.org/goto/Barton. To to the family or in memory of Michele (Berggren) Barton, please

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Wayne William Milner, Sr

Born : Jan 05, 1950

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South Saint Paul, MN

Wayne William Milner, Sr, born January 5, 1950. Born to Aymond and Myrtle Milner, Wayne was the oldest of five children: Douglas, Steve, Mary and Bonnie. Wayne met the love of his life on 23rd Street in South St. Paul. He married Margaret Withuski on September 4, 1970. Wayne and Marge were blessed with three children; Wayne Jr, Danielle and Chuck and their spouses, Kelli, Robert and Sherilyn. Wayne built the family home with the help of his father and father-in-law on 20th Avenue where he and Marge raised their family. Wayne was active with his children’s sports, by being their coach, attending games and practices. He was deemed the all-time pitcher in whiffle ball when played at the cabin. Wayne and Marge enjoyed spending time at Lake Minerva. They later purchased a cabin on Devil’s Lake, and then on Upper Big Pine Lake in Finlayson, Minnesota. Wayne and Marge also enjoyed traveling to many places, including Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Wayne was an amazing cook and master griller. He leaves behind seven grandchildren, who are the light of his life. Gathering of family and friends to take place on February 15, 2024 from 9:30 – 11:00am at St. John Vianney Church, South St. Paul. Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 am. Lunch to follow. Hawaiian attire is welcome.

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David Lee Holliday

Jul 09, 1952 - Jan 30, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

In loving memory of Chief Petty Officer David Lee Holliday, the embodiment of dedication, resilience, and love, who passed away leaving behind a legacy of valor and family devotion. Born on July 9, 1952, in Amery, Wisconsin, David's early dreams of sailing the high seas materialized into a distinguished 22-year career in the United States Navy, where he served his country with honor and distinction. A testament to his exemplary service, David was awarded numerous decorations, including the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal with a bronze Star, and notably, the Navy Achievement Medal, which he cherished above all. His commitment to excellence was further recognized with five Good Conduct Awards, reflecting his unwavering integrity and dedication. David's life was a journey of adventure and purpose, touching shores in over 50 countries, embodying the spirit of exploration and discovery. Beyond his military accolades, he found joy in the simplicity of life - hunting, fishing, reloading, and rock polishing, skills that mirrored his meticulous nature and ability to find beauty in the rawest forms. A skilled welder by trade, David's hands crafted not only materials but also the bonds of family and friendship that held strong throughout his life. David leaves behind a loving wife, Karen, children Angela and James (Casey), and a cherished legacy continued by his grandchildren James, Veronica, Anthony, David, Dylan, Angela, Shawann, Tyler, and Aubree, who along with his 12 great-grandchildren, will carry forward his values of courage, love, and perseverance. Preceded in death by his loving parents, James and Ann Holliday, he is also survived by his sister, Diane Holliday-Schafer, and brother, Daniel Holliday. Together with the rest of his family, they mourn the loss of a remarkable man As we commemorate David's life, we are reminded of his resilience in the face of adversity, his love for his family, and his unwavering commitment to his country. His life's story is a beacon of inspiration, urging us to cherish our loved ones and to live with purpose and dignity. David's journey may have reached its harbor, but his spirit sails on, guiding us like a lighthouse, reminding us that even in the darkest of times, love shines through. A committal service will be held on Friday, February 23rd 2024 at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, 7601 34th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN promptly at 11:30 AM. Full military honors will be presented. Please note, if attending the committal service, arrive at assembly area #2 no later than 11:15AM. The family will be escorted to the committal site promptly at 11:30 AM. To to the family or in memory of David Lee Holliday, please

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John Clifford Boeke

Mar 06, 1934 - Feb 07, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

John Clifford Boeke, age 89, of Saint Paul, Minnesota passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 7, 2024 surrounded by his family. He was a month shy of his 90th birthday. John was born on March 6, 1934 to Mary and Clifford Boeke in St. Paul, MN. He graduated from Cretin high school and started working for Northwestern Bell. In 1957 he was drafted into the army where he was stationed in Germany. Once he returned to the United States, he went back to work for Northwestern Bell and retired from there after working for 40 years. John and Frieda got married on April 22, 1961 in Minneapolis, MN. Through their constant faith and unwavering devotion they raised 4 kids, 12 grandkids and 3 great-grand kids, with another one the way. He was preceded in death by, parents; sister, Virginia (Jack) Ecker; brother, Chuck Boeke; nephews, Greg Boeke and Jim Ecker; niece, Patti Schommer; brothers-in-law, Joe Peterson, Arlin Debele and Kenneth (Joan) Uran and Lloyd (Pam) Uran. John is survived by his wife of 62 years, Frieda; children, Barb (Dave) Cocchiarella, Janet (Mitch) Chermack, Phil "PJ" (Ali) Boeke, and Nancy (Don) Ortloff; grandchildren, Jesse (Kristen), Amanda (Brandon), Jacob (Harriet), Matt (Kenzie), Emma (Lodi), Madison, Kylie, Luke, Jayde, Lauren, Jack, Clare and Ethan; great-grandchildren, Tara, Lucy and Liam; sister, Sylvia; sister-in-law, Emily Debele and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass 11 AM, Thursday, February 15, 2024 at Church of Corpus Christi, Roseville with visitation beginning at 10 AM. Private burial will be at Sunset Cemetery, Minneapolis. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Church of Corpus Christi or donor's choice.

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Bradley Paul Lagoon

Aug 13, 1955 - Jan 19, 2024

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Saint Paul Park, MN

Bradley "Brad" Paul Lagoon, 68, passed away on January 19, 2024, in Saint Paul Park, MN. Bradley is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Kathy Lagoon. The memorial service will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at 4:00 PM at Simple Traditions by Bradshaw - Humboldt, 488 Humboldt Avenue, Saint Paul, MN. A visitation will begin at 3:00 PM. To to the family or in memory of Bradley Paul Lagoon, please

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Kirk Johnson

Jan 28, 1967 - Feb 05, 2024

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Saint Paul, MN

We are very sad to announce that our brother Kirk Johnson died Monday February 5th, 2024 at 5:00 a.m. in the morning. We are heartbroken that he had to die so young of only 57 years. He was loved deeply and will be greatly missed by his mother Arlene Johnson, his older brother Dana Johnson (wife Alicia) and his older sister Sonja Schuler (husband Mark) and younger sister, Tanya Maguire. He will also be missed by his nine nephews who will miss him greatly; Drew Johnson, Luke Schuler, Sammy Abuhamed, Marcus Schuler, Bryce Johnson, Nidal Abuhamed, Jake Schuler, Zack Schuler, and Levi Maguire. Kirk will be joined in heaven singing in the choir of Angels with our dad, Ellsworth Johnson, and all of his grandparents, and great-grandparents and many aunts and uncles. Kirk was known for his gentleness, kindness, and love for music. He wrote and sang many beautiful songs. He had an amazing voice and sang with his whole heart. Please pray for us. Thank you. Please send cards and correspondence to: Johnson Family, 881 Sherwood Ave. St Paul, Minnesota 55106. To to the family or in memory of Kirk Johnson, please

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