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MetroState SATURDAY, AUGUST 8 1998 STAR TRIBUNE PAGE B9 DRIVER from Bl Obituary Walter Zastrow dies at age of 99; he was Family of crash victim calls sentence and apology 'too light9 The same cannot be said for Huff- ington. Since the accident, he has written letters to newspapers and appeared on television, asking families to help their older members decide when it is time to put away the keys. He testified before the Legislature last winter in favor of a proposed law requiring drivers over 70 to be retested for their licenses. The bill did not pass. And, Huffington said, he has received threatening telephone calls and angry letters from people who oppose the idea.

But he said he remains hopeful that his family's devastation will help keep the idea alive. In his order Friday, judge Lacy -expressed the same hope. "In closing, I join the Huffingtons in urging families to honestly assess the ability of our elders to continue to responsibly operate motor vehicles and to not hesitate in taking action to prevent this tragic accident from being repeated." band said. Recent bone grafts to her jaw were necessary to allow dental grafts so doctors can replace the eight teeth smashed from her mouth. In addition, Robyn Huffington continues to suffer from a brain injury that has rendered her unemployable.

Mark Huttmgton said his wite has lost spatial reasoning, the ability to "make connections, to see the forest for the trees." Despite the devastation, he complained to the court Friday that "people try to excuse Madeline, because as one person put it, "she must have been confused. The hell that Madeline Satre placed at my doorstep continues to this day, while Madeline is allowed to go about her business, hiding behind her veil of confusion." Satre and members of her family could not be reached for comment Friday. Huffington said he has heard that Satre's family feels horrible about what happened. But he has heard "nothing but silence" from them since the accident last November. And Dakota County Attorney lames Backstrom, who had asked for $115,000 in restitution and community service for Satre, said Friday that the case "was being dealt with criminally because it was a crime." Satre drove the wrong way down the highway for nearly a mile before the collision, despite other cars honking their horns and flashing their headlights to warn her.

Her age and supposed confusion should not be an excuse, Backstrom said. "Anyone, regardless of age, must follow the proper driving laws," he said. Mark Huffington, who unsuccessfully lobbied the Legislature to place stricter licensing guidelines on drivers age 70 or older, said the case smacks of a double standard. "If you can't be turned down for a driver's license because of your age, a sentence should not take your age into account either," he said. In the courtroom and during an interview later in the day Mark Huffington talked about how the accident shattered his family and how he is having a difficult time containing his anger.

Tyler was the couple's only child after five failed pregnancies, Huffington said. He and his wife are unable to have any more children. Robyn Huffington now is taking antidepressants and meeting with a counselor to deal with her grief. But the accident scarred her physically as well. Robyn Huffington has undergone extensive reconstructive surgery to her face and jaw, her hus a Twin Cities banker By Jennifer M.

Fltzenberger Star Tribune Staff Writer Although Walter A. Zastrow was best known as a conservative and careful man who worked for 52 years as a banker in the Twin Cities area and North Dakota, he also had a passion for baseball and liked to watch bowling and horse racing. Zastrow, who was vice president of the Cherokee State Bank in St. Paul until he retired in 1971, died Tuesday in Laguna Hills, Calif. He was 99.

Zastrow, born in Garfield, was one of 11 children who grew up on his family's farm. "He was just a quiet, gentle person. He was kind and honest," said LaVerne Stang, Zastrow's daughter. She said her father loved to fish and helped her and her husband buy a cabin. He also enjoyed ballroom dancing with his wife, Marian.

Zastrow began his career in Wayzata after graduating from the Mankato Commercial College in 1919. In 1939 he managed the First National Bank of Hopkins, and became president in 1947. Zastrow was good to work for, said Svante Sever-son, Zastrow's friend and co-worker at the Hopkins bank. "He was a nice guy, and he knew his business," Severson said. While in Hopkins, Zastrow was a member of the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce.

In 1950 he retired to California, but in 1952 reentered the work force becoming executive vice president of the Ramsey County National Bank in Devils Lake, N.D. He was elected president of the Park Plaza State Bank in St. Louis Park in 1955, became director of Bankers Financial Corp. in 1959 and was elected vice president of the Cherokee State Bank in 1960. Besides his daughter, Zastrow is survived by another daughter, Suzanne Hedin of Yorba Linda, a brother, Arthur Zastrow of Chaska; a sister, Lydia Krueger of Alexandria, Minn; 1 1 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren, and three great-great grandchildren.

Services will be held at 10 a.m. today at Mizpah United Church of Christ in Hopkins. BABY from Bl Mother wants infant placed in care of his grandmother The next hearing in the case is set for Aug. 17 before District Judge Heidi Schellhas. Many of the children now in shelters or foster care have been abandoned by their parents.

Sometimes babies are left at the hospital where they were born by mothers who are unwilling or unable to care for them. It is rarer that babies are dropped off there. In July 1995, a baby boy was left at the children's hospital in Minneapolis. His mother returned three days later to claim him. And a newborn girl was left in the lobby of Immanuel-St.

Joseph's Hospital in Mankato, less than a month earlier. drawal the woman said she made from an automatic-teller machine at City Center in Minneapolis. Just because the baby's grandmother is offering to care for him doesn't mean that will happen, however. Sanders said a Juvenile Court judge will decide the child's living situation, using recommendations from child-protection workers and others. If the court transfers legal custody, the mother could retain some rights as a parent.

For instance, she may be able to visit the baby or even take him for overnight stays or weekends. Any such conditions would be spelled out in the final court order, Sanders said. On the other hand, if the court decides to terminate the mother's parental rights, her ties to the baby would be severed. mother for help, officials said. Because her mother works, the woman told officials that she thought her mother wouldn't be able to care for the baby.

The woman told officials that she wanted the baby placed in foster care. She thought that leaving him at the hospital was the best way to make that happen. Police confirmed Friday that the woman, who stepped forward Thursday, is the baby's mother. A receipt found with the baby matched a with "It all depends on the specific factors in a case," he said. The factors in this case appear to be a mother who had no place to live, no help in raising her son and no one else to care for him.

She told child-protection officials that she had been living with her sister, but was asked to leave on the morning of Aug. 3. After gathering up her son and his things, she left. She had been told before that she couldn't live with her mother or uncle and believed that she couldn't go to her Funeral Notices And related classifications: To place a paid classified notice call 673-4130; Fax 612-673-4884 252 242 242 1242 1242 242 242 242 242 Funeral Directors Obituaries 4 Funerals Obituaries Funerals Obituaries (Funerals Obituaries Funerals Obituaries Funerals Obituaries Funerals Obituaries Funerals Obituaries 8r Funerals 242 Obituaries Funeral Youngdahl Dooner Coyne Tatting Warren 64. ot Peoria.

IL, Rakos Robert age 69. of Mpls. Mass of Christian Burial Scott age 39. ot Chaska. formerly of Bloomington.

FUNFRAL CHAPELS Curtis age 72, of Bloomington. Micnara, ot lequesia. ri, formerly of Short Hills, NJ, on August 6, 1998. Husband CRfcMATION SERVICES formerly of Columbia Heights. MN, died Tuesday, Hiltz Ruth age 97.

of Anoka. Preceded in death by husband, W. Carl and sons. Harold and Robert. Survived by daughters, Margaret Gustaf-son (Carl) of Anoka.

Jean- of Catherine Youngdahl Retired 37-year employee of EDINA HOPKINS 1 1 am Monday at the Church of St. Raphael (Holy Spirit Chapel). 7301 Bass Lake Aug. 4. 1998 at St.

Mary's (nee Mason). Father of Carl Buesing Louis age 91, of Richfield. Preceded in death by wife. Grace and son, Robert Spurgin. Survived by son, Art Buesing wife Marion; daughter-in-law.

Mariorie Spurgin; grandchildren, Bonnie (Larry) Erickson, Karen (David) Peterson. Northwest Air EDEN PRAIRIE Hospital in Rochester. MN Born March 20. 1934. in Co Si 4 R.

Youngdahl Jr. ot Bloomington. MN, Lee R. Young Complete notice Sunday. WERNESS BROTHERS 2300 W.

Old Shakopee Rd. 884-8145 Dutilly Leonard, age 80, of Rice Crystal, visitation 6-8 pm Sunday at BOBBIN SD ALE COON RAPIDS lumbia Heights to Frederick 920-3996 938-9020 975-0400 537-2333 767-1000 529-9691 781-6828 377-2203 379-2368 ette Benolkin (Robert) of Bonita Spring. FL. Jean dahl (Joan) of Short Hills, Gearty-Detmore 537-451 1 and Frances Jevne Tatting lines. Survived by wife.

Gertrude "Trudy sons. David wife Kandy. Dennis wite Lisa: daughters. Diane Hanson husband LOWRYAVEN NJ. John M.

Youngdahl NOTICE Effective January 1, 1998 the cost of a paid funeral notice is $4.75 per line per day in our metro editions or $5.75 per line in all editions. (The bold type for the last name uses 2 lines; a photo uses 13 lines.) For help in placing your notice, contact your funeral director or a Star Tribune representative at 673-4130. Calls should be received prior to 6:00 pm Monday-Friday or 1 :00 pm SaturdaySundayHol idays for publication the following day. Cameron (Ralph) of Anoka He married Jacqueline Har- JOHNSON ST E. (Catherine) of Summit.

NJ, Salinas kinsonJune9. 1963.inPeo and Ruth Brooks (Douglas) David (Julie) Buesing. Karen E. Youngdahl of Allen- HENNEPIN AVES. CENTRAL AVE of Lovelock, NV; son.

Jack Larry. Debra Leslie-Hanson na. IL. She survives. Also surviving are his mother of Arthur Buesing, Tom Spur town, PA.

and Ann Young R. Hiltz (Jean) of Lake husband Lyle; 6 grandchil Lake. Wl. died at the Lake-' view Medical Center in Rice Lake. Leonard is survived by his wife.

Maxine of Rice Lake; 2 daughters, Patricia dahl Weber (Greg) of Sioux Shore. MN; daughters-in' Columbia Heights; one son dren; 1 brother, 2 sisters; Falls. SD. Brother of Eileen law, Elizabeth and Beverly gin. Pat Boquist.

Linda (Gene) McReynolds. Mary (John) McReynolds. Joan (Henry) Karner. Michael Mary Jeanne Coyne, born CRYSTAL LAKE Cemetery Funeral home. Crematory.

Cemetery 521-7619 Funeral Home 521 -3677 Brian of Blacksburg, VA, two daughters. Christina Tatting Youngdahl Gunberg (Ed many other loving relatives friends. Mass of Christian Hiltz; 28 grandchildren; 70 great-grandchildren; 10 win) ot Charlottesville, VA Burial Monday, 10 am at Na of Rochester. MN and Terri Tatting of Chicago; two (Michelle) Spurgin, Phillip Also survived by grand great-great-grandcniidren; tivity ot Mary Catholic (Gayle) Spurgin, Frank December 7, 1926. died August 6.

1998. Survived by her brother sister-in-law. Robert V. Beverly Coyne of Pacific Heights. California; niece.

Catherine and brothers. Fred of Columbia nieces nephews. Memori children. Memorial service Monday. August 10.

1998 at Church, 9900 Lyndale Ave Spurgin. Kevin (Julie) Spur Heights and Paul of Cam GEARTY-DELMORE Funeral Chapels Robbinsdale 537-4511 St Louis Park 926-1615 Plymouth 553-1411 Bloomington. visitation al service Monday, 1 30 pm at Anoka United Methodist 1 pm from bt. John Lu Ann Hollenbeck of Auburn, NE, and Deborah Dutilly of San Diego, CA, 3 stepgrand-children; 3 stepgreat-grand-children; a sister. Audrey Worsley of Superior.

A memorial service will be held 11 AM Monday, August 10. 1998 at the United Presbyterian Church in Rice Lake. gin, Paulette (Larry) George, and Jennifer (Ron) Sunday. 4-8 pm, with prayer bridge. MN; and one sister, Jean Tatting of Duluth.

MN. Church. 850 South St. Pri theran Church, 587 Spring field Summit. NJ.

In service 7 pm AT THE Barna Dean O.G.. age 27. of Spring Lake Park. Notice later. Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel 767-1000 vate interment, Forest Hill He was preceded in death by CHURCH.

also 1 hour prior O.E. Larson- Osborne Lattery; 29 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great-grandchildren, and other dear rela his father and one brother to Mass. Interment National nephew. James, both ot California. Retired Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Distinguished Alumna of the University of Minnesota and the Cemetery. Anoka. No flow ers please, memorials to An oka United Methodis Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, tives and friends. Mass of 2301 Central NF 789-3571 Christopher A.

"Chris" Salinas, age 34. of Chanhassen. memorials preferred to the Christian Burial 10 am Mon EVANS-NORDBY terment private. In lieu ot flowers, donations' in his name may be made to Good Shepherd Home. 6th St.

John's Streets, Allentown. PA 18103. Arr. by William R. Dangler Funeral Home.

Summit. NJ. church, or donor schoice. David Lee Funeral Home Preceded in death by father, Daniel C. Salinas, Jr.

Sur day at St. Richard's Catholic Church, 7540 Penn Ave S. 533-3000 University of Minnesota Law Wayzata 473-5577 Church, or donor's choice. Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel 767-1000 Israel MORRIS NILSEN Interment Ft. Snelling visi School, where she was honored with Order of the Coif, and was editorstaff of the tation 5-8 pm Sunday at 6527 Portland 869-3226 vived by loving wife.

Terry; mother. Betty and brother, Daniel, both of Austin, TX; mother-in-law. Shirley Barn- Macy Morris Nitsen Funeral Cha Zastrow pel. 6527 Portland Ave Edward age 74, of Bloo Law Review. She was a law clerk to Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Leroy Richheld, and one hour prior hill ot TX; father-in-law, Charles Barnhill wife Anne Margaret, age 84.

of New Hope. Preceded in death by husband. Arthur. Survived Belair Earl age 89 ot Maple-wood, formerly of Portland. OR.

Complete notice Sunday MUELLER MORTUARY Parkway Chapel 774-9797 Berggreen Richard a former Edina resident, died July 26. in his home in Sun Lakes. Arizona. He was 71. Born in Sauk Centre on Feb.

16, 1927 to George and Anna Michael- inee morenuusc; Kelly age 33, of Eden Prairie. Full notice Fri Sun. Huber F.H.. 949-4970 Engdahl Judith age 91. ot NE Mpls.

Survived by sons. Jack Engdahl Randy Engdahl; daughter, Lois Man-gen; 11 grandchildren; 9 Walter A. Service TODAY. Washburn-McReavy 938-9020 to Mass at church. Memori mington.

Full notice later. GILL BROTHERS 888-7771 ot TX; grandparents. Mary als preferred to St. Richard's by daughter, Yvonne Tvm Catholic Church, or Odyssey Mattson. She graduated second in her class in 1956 and entered the practice of law with the Richardson ot TX.

and Norman Katy Bailey of OH nereim husband Curt Zempel Malm nephew, Bill Renstrom many loving relatives Health Care Hospice. Morris Nilsen Chapel 869-3226 He taught music at Peoria and Woodruff High Schools in Peoria, IL, later serving as Fine Arts Coordinator for District 150, until his retirement in 1993. He served in the Army from 1957 to 1959 and directed a special military choir unit. He earned his BA degree from the University ot Minnesota in 1956. a master's degree in music education from the University ot Southern California in 1965 and a Ph.D.

in mustc education from the University of Minnesota in 1975. He was a member of the Music Education National Conference and the American Choral Directors Association. A member ot the American Contract Bridge League, he was active in the Peoria Du-plicate Bridge Club and played in world tournaments. Services 100 pm Saturday at The Wilton Mortuary in Peoria, IL. Arthur K.

Sr. friends. Funeial service William lony age 4tJ, of Lakeville. Complete notice Sunday. Morris Nilsen Chapel.

869-3226. Minneapolis firm of Meagher, Geer, Markham, Anderson. Adamson, Flas- wife Marlys; niece. Donna Mae Holmgren husband Gordon; other relatives and age 86. of Ar Monday.Aug.

10, 1998 at 12 great-grandchildren. Service lington. former noon, Huber funeral Home, Clem kamp Brennan. She left 520 2nd Excelsior, Visi sen Berggreen, he was a graduate of Carleton College ly ot Excelsior, died August 6. Ronald Keith, with private practice of law when she was named as an tation Sunday, Aug.

9. 1998 from 7-9 pm at the funeral Survived by wife. Lena 60, of Crystal in Northfield. He served in the U.S. Army during World 246 (Helen); son.

Arthur K. home. Visitation also one hour prior to service Mon. Preceded in death by father, Aaron John Clem. Loved War II and was a building industry sales representative.

step-son, Allen Tabbert; sister, Lillian Frisk; also sur Nothing Gold Can Stay 2 CEMETERY LOTS Hillside Cpmelery, SE corner, V4 lot "He touched many hearts friends. Funeral 10 AM Saturday (TODAY). Gethsema-ne Lutheran Church, 47th Colfax Ave Mpls. Interment Crystal Lake. Visitation at the church one hour before services.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the church. Washburn-McReavy Swanson Chapel 529-9691 vived by 8 grandchildren; 17 was helpful to many people. 3bO in sect S1200lot 612 683 1024 by wife, Janice; sons daughters. Keith Teeter He had lived in Sun Lakes since 1 986. Surviving are his Einck Berggreen; great-grandchildren.

Memo Chris will be missed with 2 pm at Hillside Me-morium Chapel, Hwy 88 19th Ave NE. Visitation 1 hr. prior. Private interment Hillside. Memorials preferred to Hammer Residences.

1909 E. Wayzata Blvd. Wayzata. MN. PETERSON-STOHLBERG Hillside Memorium Chapel 781-3391 Gibbs Howard age 82, of Col.

Hgts. Full notice on Sunday. PETERSON-STOHLBERG Hillside Memorium Chapel 781-3391 fond and loving rial services at Zion Lutheran Church in Arlington, 11 AM wife Patty of TX. Peter wife Karia. Angela Thompson DAWN VALLEY 2 cemetery plots, the (jaiclen ot Resurrection $1M5 R12 869 2622 Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court by Governor Quie in September 1982.

Coincidentally. Justice Coyne was sworn in to the Mattson Chair. Justice Coyne served the Minnesota Supreme Court for 14 years, retiring October 31 1 996. Justice Coyne was well-known and well-respected for her intelligence, integrity and clarity of daughters, Karen White on Monday, August 10th. husband Tony, le Susan Champion and Lisa Mosher: sons, Raymond Huber Funeral Homes Excelsiur Chapel 474-9595 Memorials prelened to tx- Luedke husband Jon, choice location Value $3000 Sell 327-9616 and Karl: brother.

Dr Raymond G. Berggreen; and Tracy Clausen, Kyle Brink and Michael Brink wife Jacobs celsior Masonic Lodge. Martin Steffen SUNSET MEMORIAL Mau-suluni crypts 2 side side 2nd ho Jarnie 7B9-3S96 nine grandchildren, ber Rozina; 15 grandchildren James 56. Sleepy vices. 10 AM Monday.

Aug mother, Mildred Norman; Richard W. (Dick), age 73. thought. Highly regarded for SUNSET MEMORIAL 2 cemetei plots, nice location Eye. formerly Mtnnetonka, died 87 Mass Mon 810.

ot Edina. Full notice Sunday. her opinions in many areas 10, at Christ Presbyterian Church. 6901 Normandale Edina. Inurnment at Ft SlbOO'each 490 9679 Florence (nee bnodgrass) age 90.

of Loretto, MN. Complete notice Sunday. Iten Funeral Home Delano 972-2891 Johnson Wareham John age 71. of Minneapolis. Full notice Sunday.

WERNESS BROTHERS 3500W.50.thSt. 927-8641 Wolf Clift ago 22. of Blaine. Preceded in death by grandmother, Clara; aunt, Mary; brother. Richard Clem wife Elaine; sister, Eva Lorraine Lundstrom of CA; and all other tamilv friends.

Ron 11 am. St. Marv Cath. Ch of civil litigation, including Ua1Qi Aa insuranrn law and familv ilalMCaU insurance law and tamiiy Washburn McReavy Edina Chapel 920-3996 SI Eye. Vis.

4 8 pm Sun am Mon. at Snelling National Cemetery in St Paul. Memorials may 252 Funeral Director! Donald age 69. of Mpls. ald loved to hunt fish (here fishy He took Service 12 noon at Sturm Funeral Home.

SI be made to Christ Presby Mayne Eye. 507-794-5221. Dr. David DDS. age 53, of Arden Hills, on August 6.

Full terian Church. 6901 pride in his family friends law, Justice Coyne also received recognition for her opinions in criminal law, Former Chief Justice Keith said on her retirement that pot only was she "a great civil lawyer and advocate" but Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower, But only so an hour. Normandale Road, Edina and upheld nis sense ot nu- Wl, formerly of North Stuhlfeier Lakewood Cemetery Chapel. 3600 Hennepin Ave Morris Nilsen Chapel 869-3226 Herll great uncle, Melvin; cousin, Jason Forth mi Her.

Survived by parents. Clarence Branch, died on August 6. MN 56435. Bilben mor until the end. A special hug kiss to Mary Sullivan with North Memorial Hos 1998.

Survived by daughter John age 71. ot Richfield. Retired employee notice later. Arr: Roseville Memorial Chapel, 631-2727 Johnson Karen age 46, of Maple Grove. Full notice Sunday.

Gearty-Delmore 553-141 1 Sharon; brother. Craig; grandparents. Jerome Janey Michelle; mother. Do Elvin T. age 43.

of Ram lores Fairbanks: and step-la sev. Survived by wite, Lor Violet Chilstrom; many pice. Funeral service Monday 11 AM at First Lutheran Church of Crystal, 7708 62nd Ave N. Brooklyn Park. Dayton Rogers Mtg Preceded in ther.

Gerald: 4 brothers Jeff, Tony, aunts, uncles, cousins friends. Memorial service James. Joseph, Jerome Kevin, Billy, Elvin III. Lor death by wife. Kathryn and Jacob; one sister, Jane Private interment.

Visitation raine, and Chris; parents. Arthur age 69. of Richfield. Reviewal Sunday. Aug.

9. 5-7 pm at Gleason Mortuary. Mass of Christian Burial Monday. Aug. 10, 10am, Assumption Catholic Church, Richfield.

Full notice Sun. Gleason Mortuary 866-5038 Fisk; their loved ones and Sunday 4-6 PM at Kapala brother. Kenneth. Survived by son. Jay William Stuhl-feiet; brothers.

Wallace Betty Elvin numerous that "she's written some ot the finest criminal law decisions ot any judge, some victories for the prosecution, some tor the defense all examples of judging in its finest." One ot her dissenting opinions received praise in a column by the nationally-syndicated commentator George Will. Justice Coyne's accom 2 pm Monday at the Wash-burn-McHeavy Coon Rapids Chapel. 1827 Coon Rapids Glodek-Malone Funeral Helpful Telephone Numbers Social Security Admin. 1-800-772-1213 Service available trom 7 a.m. to 7 m.

on business days. Call 1o provide notification of death or lo inquire about survivor benefits. U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) 1-800-827-1000 Call for survivor benelits.

burial benefits or to provide notification of death. United Way First Call For Help East 133 West Metro 335-5000 Service is available 24 hours other family. Mass 01 tnns tamiltes. Preceded in death by lather, Robert and brother, Jeltrey R. Mass ot tian Burial Monday 10.00 at Home, 7B00 Bass Lake Road, New Hope, and one hour prior to service at Leslie Stuhlfeier; sister, Dorothy Jones.

Funeral service 1:00 PM Monday at the Basilica of St. Mary, Hen Coon Rapids. Friends may call on the family one hour before service. Memo LaMere Elmer J. age 70, ot George Twp.

Wl, formerly of Mpls. Full notice Sunday. David Lee Funeral Home Wayzata 473-5577 Langner Earl age 72, of Coon Rap Christian Burial Monday nepin at Sixteenth, Mpls. Aug. 10 at 11:00 AM.

St church. Memorials preferred Friends may call Sunday Gregory's Catholic Church, to North Memorial Hospice. Hermanson Maxine A. of St. Paul, on August 6.

Survived by husband, Leonard; children, Morris Nilsen Chapel. boiJ Portland Ave, Richfield. Interment Fort Snelling. Visitation Sunday 3-5 00 PM. PM at: Washburn-McReavy North Brank.

visitation irom rials preterred to the family. Washburn-McReavy Seman Chapel 767-1000 Kaoala-Glodek-Malone PM Sunday Crystal New Hope 535-4112 Grandstrand Funeral Home Morris Nilsen Chapel 869 3226 ids. Preceded in death by brother. Harold. Survived by North Branch and one hour Countryman before seivices at chutch.

wife, Mariorie, children. Bev plishments and contributions were not limited to the court and her clients, nor were her interests limited to the law. She took great pleasure in her early experiences as an amateur sol! ball player, was an accomplished classical pianist trained at MacPhail Center in Minneapolis, avid golfer and mem Interment St. Joseph's wflin erly Wolf husband Duane Alice age 60. Notice Sunday.

Henry W. Anderson every day. Call it you need to Mark, Philadelphia and I Kirsten (Alan) Langohr. Wayzata; grandchildren, Chad Hermanson. St.

Paul and Linnea Hermanson, Philadelphia; brother. Don Olson. Hayward, Wl. Maxine was a volunteer in Reach to Catholic Cemetery of Champlin. Kevin of Blaine, The children ol Eleanor know where to turn tor neip.

First Call for Help offers infor Swain (nee Leavitt). Peggy Jerry wife Tricia of East Bethel, Brenda Langner of mation and referral to local Nelson Seman Chapel 1 827 Coon Rapids Blvd. 767-1000 Brand Charles age 77. of Burnsville. Mass ot Christian Burial Sat.

(TODAY), 11 am. Church of St. Francis de Sales, 650 Palace Ave. Private interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation one hour prior to Mass at church.

GILL BROTHERS 888-7771 Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. health and human service Dnscoll. Sue Swain, uon Swain; and her sister.

Alice St. Paul. Ricky Ammerman Raymond age 85. Com agencies. Debra Johnson of plete notice Sunday.

Henry Olmstead, announce a Me W. Anderson. 729-Z331. monal Service to be held Coon Rapids and Greg Ammerman of Crystal; grandchildren, Shawn David, Krts- Monday, August 10. 1998 at Recovery, a member of the American Association ot University Women.

Daughters of the Nile, and Mounds Park United Methodist Church. Visitation 2-6 pm Oian 4 30 pm at Macalester tina, Oarla, Gary, Dale, Troy, Plymouth United Church FUNERAL HOMES CHfcMA I ION St VICES Bill. John, Charlene, Jimmy (Wheelchair Accessible) at David L. ot Columbia Heights Services TODAY 11 00 AM. Billman-Hunt Heath; great-grandchil ber of Christ the King Catho-lic Church.

She was a founding member of the Minnesota Women Lawyers and served as the Minnesota Supreme Court's liaison to the Minnesota Board of Professional Responsibility. She gave generously of her time to those aspiring to a career in the law, mentoring young lawyers, law students Lincoln Ave Macalester dren. James. Tyler Randy. Eden Prairie Excelsior Mound 949-4970 44-9b95 472 1716 St.

Memorials preterred to Chapel, 789 3535 5 sisters; 4 brothers; many Alzheimer's Assoc. ot MN nieces nephews. Former Patterson employee' of 35 years of Thomsen Billman-Hunt 2701 ContralAv NF 7R9 3Mb Bennett Lumber and mem Woodrow age 85, of Hazel age 70, ol White ber of Teamsters Loca 221 Funeral service Mon SUNDAY at MUELLER MORTUARY PARKWAY CHAPEL, Johnson Pkwy at E. 7th St. Paul.

Also visitation one hour before service at church, Funeral service 2 pm MONDAY at MOUNDS PARK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 1049 Euclid St. Paul. Interment Willow River Cemetery. Hudson, Wl. MUELLER MORTUARY Parkway Chapel 774-9797 and ludoes alike.

Bear Lake, service Monday, Mpls. Mass ot Chtisttan Burial Monday at 10 30 am 11 am at INCARNATION LU day 1 1 AM at Gearhart Coon at Sacred Heart Catholic Robert Frost Rapids Chapel. 113th Fo THERAN CHURCH. Visitation Sunday. 2 6 pm at HOL Church.

Robbinsdale. Visita ley Blvd. Visitation Sunday 4-8 PM and 1 hour prior to COMB-HENRY BOOM MERICAN tion Sunday. 3 30 5:30 pm with prayer service at 4 pm and one hour prior to the ser NORTH CHAPEL Complete A service. Memorials pre Justice Coyne left all who met her richer and wiser for the meeting, and she often left us chuckling as well.

She will be keenly missed by tamiiy, friends and the community she so generously served. Mass of Christian Burial 11 am Monday at CHRIST CREMATION notice Sunday 482 7b0b vice at chutch. Intetment lerred in lieu ot flowers. Kapala-Glodek SOCIETY Rose Hill. Hinckley.

Full notice Sunday Gearhart Chapel 755-6300 To place an obituary ad, ptoass cx 673-4130. WERNESS BROTHERS Lien 3500W50thSt 927-8641 BASIC CREMATION $695 8 Convenient Locutions EDINA Cull Tor free brochure HOPKINS Went MWi Hwy. WO jogmDu 1 Mniiwnet, Hopkins Myrtle age 77, St. Louis Park, run notice Sunday, Peterson Enga-White 929-7876 Evelyn age 70. of St.

An NORTrlTAST MPIS W.8niwiy SOtlTHFAST MTI5 thony. Full notice Sunday. Lindroth 2h4i Jimonk N.t. COON RAPUft 2ndSi.iCcntrtiAvl5.fc. Billman-Hunt, 789-3535 THE KING CATHOLIC CHURCH, 5029 Zenith Ave Mpls, Interment Resurrection.

Visitation 4-7 pm Sunday at WILLWFRS-CHEID PETERS MORTUARY, 1167 Grand St. Paul, and at church one hour prior to Mass on Monday. Memorials preferred to Mary Jeanne Coyne Endowment (U of Law School). Mildred 80, of Richfield NORTH MPLS Services 11 am. Oak Rutherford lowyailfvinf AcN Grove Luth.

Church. Rich Shirley A. 60. ol Edina Full field. Complete notice Sun Dare's Funeral Home 789-4345 notice sun werness Brotn- Elk River 441-1212 ers Chapels.


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