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Carol Ann Tolbert was born January 11, 1941 in Tenstrike, MN to Lawrence and Agnes (Lokken ... Brothers, Dennis Tolbert of Tenstrike and Leroy (Donna) Tolbert of Eveleth. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ole and Agnes Tolbert; brother, Gene ... (Bemidji Pioneer)
Mary Ellen Higgins was appointed as the new Library Director of the Eveleth Public Library, MN, on October 19, after years of volunteering and serving as a library technician. The West Falmouth Library, MA, has hired Lois Hiller as its new Director. (Library Journal)
The couple moved to Oregon and returned to Minnesota where the couple started their family ... and Tammy (Brian) Klomps of Eveleth; seven grandchildren, Brooke Sausman, Stephanie Canterbury, BreAnna “Baby Doll” Sausman, Joshua Sausman, Robyn Steele ... (Virginiamn)
Following his retirement, he did freelance appraising in the 1980s and 1990s and had resided in Eveleth, Mesa and Tuscan, Ariz. Bill was an avid golfer, duck hunter and trap shooter, belonging to the Virginia Trap Club. He was a true blue Minnesota Vikings ... (Virginiamn)
In the 1980's he was a Commissioner in the Energy Department. Founding member of Anderson- Grittner Legislative Friends; Life member of MN Dental Association; member Eveleth, MN Elks; First Unitarian Society of Mpls; American Civil Liberties Union. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
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What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...