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Karlstad, Minnesota Funeral Homes
205 Pembina Trail Street
Karlstad, Minnesota 56732
(218) 436-2520
Karlstad, Minnesota Obituaries and News
Nina Skjold Anderson Suihkonen January 26, 2017

Nina Skjold Anderson Suihkonen, 91, of Virginia, MN died January 22, 2017. She was born on December 28, 1925 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the first daughter of John & Hazel Skjold. She taught elementary school students in Karlstad, MN where she met her first ... (Hometown Focus)

Nina Anderson Suihkonen January 21, 2017

Nina Skjold Anderson Suihkonen, 91, of Virginia, MN died January 22, 2017. She was born on December 28, 1925 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the first daughter of John & Hazel Skjold. She taught elementary school students in Karlstad, MN where she met her first ... (memorialsolutions.com)

Christopher Britten, 41 January 09, 2017

Christopher Dean Britten was born June 3, 1975, to Carl and Carol (Renstrom) Britten. He was baptized and confirmed at First Lutheran Church in Karlstad, MN. He attended school in Karlstad and graduated in 1995 from Tri-County High School. Christopher ... (Northern Light)

Terry Scott Strand December 25, 2016

Terry was born April 25, 1958, in Mayville, ND, to Maynard and Edith (Karlstad) Strand, and raised in Portland ... Tyler (Tevia), Thief River Falls, MN; daughters, Stephanie (Mikey Colling), and Anna (Ryan) Heinen, all of Bismarck; his granddaughters ... (prod2.meaningfulfunerals.net)

Marilyn Bryant November 23, 2016

Mrs. Bryant was also preceded in death by her husband, Bruce A. Bryant, on April 5, 2016. She was born May 5, 1937 in Karlstad, Minnesota to the late Harry and Myrtle Froberg. She has been a resident of East Texas for 35 years and after receiving her ... (www.news-journal.com)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Waseca, Minnesota
To the Rose Danberry family: My prayers and sympathy as you bury your dear mother,sister, friend. I have played Bridge with Rose for a couple of years at the Summit Center and have enjoyed her company. She is a wonderful lady. You will miss her very much. Treasure all the happy memories. She is still with you; she has just changed her address. May God strengthen all of you at this time of sorrow.r
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Hutchinson, Minnesota
We had a horrible experience. We were given false and misleading information. I actually had to educate the young funeral director on the facts of Social Security as he was confused to the law. After they changed the amount on the invoice, they actually told me that they were sorry that it was confusing for me. Believe me, I am not confused. They are greedy and shady.
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Waseca, Minnesota
To the Joseph Lorentz family: My prayers and sympathy goes out to your entire family. I had the pleasure to work with Joe (Lucky) I called him that for years in Waterville. We worked at the VFW He was a great guy and always pleasant to work with, also play Bingo with. Have lots of good memories to remember him by, and if you do this memories will help during your difficult time. He was well liked by many.
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Waseca, Minnesota
Please up date more often. The service we got when my Dad passed was great. Thank you again.
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Lonsdale, Minnesota
I recently attended a funeral in Lonsdale handled by your funeral home and as we left town and headed for the cemetery on the hill we could see very plainly the the ground removal machine parked on the right in the cemetery and the ground truck at the other end , very poor taste and disturbing .
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