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Pa00e 6 Church .40bit. Thursday, ,anuary 15, 2009 Tri-County News  mball, MN Obituaries Harris Nelson, 94 Harris Nelson, formerly of South 'Haven, died Friday, lan. 9, 2009 at Volunteers of Amer- ica Assisted Living in Minnetonka where he had resided the past five years. He was 94. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Wednesday, ]an. 14, at Lake Union Covenant Church in South Haven with Rev. Lloyd Melvie officia ting. Visitation was at 10 a.m. before the service. Burial followed in the Lake Union Cemetery. Harris Victor Nelson was born ]an. 10, 1914, in South Haven to Nels and Betsy (Dahlberg) Nelson. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and he worked con- struction in the Twin Cities where he lived from 1945 to 1975. Harris was a member of a Minneapolis labor union. Harris was preceded in death by his twin brother Harvey; broth- ers Clifford, Henry, Leny, Del- bert and Lloyd; and sisters Elvera Olson, Evelyn Schmidt, Alice Nel- son, Edna Johnson, and Mildred DeFries. He is survived by many nieces and nephews. Pallbearers are Ray Nelson, Lloyd Olson,. lohn Maurer, Don- ald Yerks, Marls Groveander, and Roy Tomala. Arrangements were by Dingmann Funeral Care of Annandale. Virginia Newman, 86 Virginia Newman of Sterling Park Commons, Waite Park, died Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2009. at the Annandale Care Center. She was 86. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 10, at Zion United Methodist Church in South Haven with Rev. Heather Klason officia ting. Friends called from 4-8 p.m. Friday at the Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Annandale and at the church one hour prior to ser- vices. There was a prayer service at 7 p.m. Friday. Burial was at Woodlawn Ceme- tery in Annandale. Virginia Arlene Newman was born Aug. 30, 1922, in Fair Haven Township, Stearns County, to Wil- liam and JoHanna (Ziegenbein) Randall. She married Ralph New- man March 15, 1941, in St. Cloud; he preceded her in death Oct. 30, 1986. For the past three years, Virginia has lived in Waite Park, previously living in Annandale, Becker, and St. Cloud. She was a homemaker and a former mem- ber of the Moose Lodge Women of the Moose. She enjoyed doing vol- unteer work at the Becker Library Norbert Winter, 86 Norbert Winter of Watkins died Thursday, ]an. 8, 2009, at the Assumption Nursing Home in Cold Spring. He was 86. Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday, ]an. 10, at the St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins with Rev. ]ohn Brun- ner officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Norbert B. Winter was born Feb. 6, 1922, in Watkins to Conrad and Elizabeth (Meierhofer) Win- ter. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He married Gertrude Wagner of Clearwater ]une 25, 1946. He worked at the Watkins Creamery and at Kauf- man Building for many years. He also farmed until his retirement in 1984 when he moved into Wat- kins. Norbert loved playing base- ball in his younger years and man- aged the Watkins Clippers and the Legion baseball teams. He also loved to hunt and fish with his sons and brother. He was a mem- ber of the St. Anthony Church in Watkins, the Watkins Legion Post 453, the Wat-Kim-Valley VFW Post 5460, the Watkins Lions Club, and the Watkins Sportsmen's Club. Norbert was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters. and Becker schools. Virginia made the best homemade bread in the world. Virginia was preceded in death by her husband Ralph, a great- granddaughter, three sisters and five brothers. She is survived by her children Beverly (and Clarence) LaabS of Fair Haven, Karen (and Dean) Mozena of Kimball, Daryl (and ]eanne) of St. Cloud, and Ronald of St. Cloud; 12 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. He is survived by his wife Gert of Watkins; children Diane (and Bill) Arnold of Watkins, Bonnie Zutz of Kimball, Vicki (and Mar- tin) Moehrle of Eden Valley, Ron (and Denise) Winter of Kimball, Dan (and Tammy) Winter of Wat- kins; 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Music was by Mary Streit and the church choir. Casket-bear- ers were Curt Zutz, Aaron Winter, Barry Arnold, Grand Winter, Brian Moehrle, Kyle Winter, Iosh Winter and Dustin Winter. 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Respect Peace House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest Ammenities to meet your needs: .............. 3 meals per day.& snacks [ .... . : Scheduled activities Stop in, have : Church activities iCup of coffee.  Housekeeping i visit with u Laundry services  Medication services with r=ke our  LPN and RN services available I=.oU d : 24 hours per day For more information call Quast LPN/Manager Military Roster: These young men and women are currently serving us and their country/ Lt. ].G. Michael Becker, U.S. Navy, USS Ohio. PFC Douglas E Berthiaume, EV-W '03, U.S. Marine Corps, in llth Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) in Falluja, Iraq. Seaman Recruit Dustin L. Bruno, EV-W '08, U.S. Navy, completed basic training in October at Great Lakes, Ill. Chief Master Sgt. Donald A. Dufner, EV-W '82, U.S. Air Force, combined air operations cen- ter superintendent, now fighting global ter- rorism from Southwest Asia. Pfc. Jarrid R. Elliott, Army National Guard, has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. TSgt. Shane Enerson, KAHS '88. Serving with the ll6thAMU. AMN Elizabeth Fuller, KAHS '04, U.S. Air Force, stationed at Spangdahlem AB in Germany as an air traffic controller. AIC Timothy Fuller, KAHS '02, U.S. Air Force, Electronic Warfare Apprentice. AB Jennifer Hilsgen, EV-W '07, U.S. Air Force. Completed basic training at Lacldand AFB; was top Temale athlete and PRT. Now in Mississippi for more training. Maj. Craig R Johnson. U.S. Air Force. Blaine '85, U.N.D. '96. 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing at Balad Air Bace, north of Baghdad. Crystal R. Jolly, EV-W '07, U.S. Navy, has com- pleted basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Cpt. Dan Kersten, KAHS '95, St. ]ohn's '99, U.S. Army dental corps. Cmdr. Sean R. Liedman, KAHS '87; U.S. Naval  Academy '91; U.S. Navy; recently deployed to Djibouti as XO of VP-8, doing air surveillance in Middle East and monitoring Somali pirate incidents in the Gulf of Aden. Seaman Recruit Dustin D. Luedtke, EV-W '07, completed basic training in August at Great Lakes, Ill. ]ordan A. Miller, U.S. Navy.; serving on the U.S.S. Enterprise in the Persian Gulf. CW2 Anthony ]. Probasco, KAHS '99, U.S. Army; now serving second tour in Iraq. INrt. Matt Petty, U.S. Army. Taking basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia. PFC Raymen Rice, EVW '06, U.S. Army. Now training at Fort LeonardWood, Missouri. ET3 Ryan ]. Schmiesing, ROCORI '05, U.S. Navy; stationed on U.S.S. George Washington. A1 Stephen ]. Schutz, KAHS '06, U.S. Air Force. Crew Chief working on F-16 fighter jets in Fairbanks, Alaska Pfc. Brandon T.Vann, Annandale '02, U.S. Marine Corps. Seaman Robert T. Weekes, EV-W '04, U.S. Navy. PV2 ]ami Weigelt, KAHS '06, U.S. Army nurse. Currently stationed at Trippler Army Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Sgt. Brian T. Weisman, U.S. Army; now serving in Iraq. Tech. Sgt. Darrell G. Welle, EV-W '88, U.SA.E; deployed again. MM3 Isaac LeeWiechmann, EV-W'05, U.S. Navy; completed nuclear power training and now stationed in San Diego on the USS Nimitz. E-5 Zach Wells. C-Co. 153rd ENBN in Iraq. SR Mitchel D. Zaleski, KAHS '07, U.S. Navy; cur- rently in advanced training at Great Lakes, Ill., and working toward Officers' Training. Curtis 1. Zoner, N0t'l Guard; currently on second tour in Iraq. The following young men and women are now safely home! CPO Darrin D. Anderson, U.S. Navy Ret'd.; LCPL Brandon L Asfeld, U.S: Marine Corps; PV2 Dennis Beck, National Guard Military Police; CPL Ieffrey A. Brutger, U.S. Marines; Bucn. ]acob A. Byrne, U.S. Navy. Chuck Chapman, U.S. Army; Sgt. Luke Deutsch, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. Mark Deutsch, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. E5 Shane L Duncan, U.S. Army; SPC Timothy L Eiynk, National Guard; SSG Matthew Hanan, U.S. Army Reserves; Sgt. loshua P. Hilsgen, U.S. Marine Corps; Spc Lewis Hoskins, National Guard; SPC Brandon Hurrle, National Guard; David lobes, Firefighter; 1Sgt. William Klaers, U.S. Army Reserves; SPC Mitchell E. Libby, U.S. Army Reserves; Spec. Brian D. Lyrek, U.S. Army Reserves; 1Lt. David Markgraf, National Guard; Sgt. Rob Markgraf, U.S. Army Reserves;" Sgt. Donald F. Moyer, ]r.; 1LT Blu Pannhoff, Nat'l Guard; SGT Brandon Petty; CW2 Vincent Roy; PO2 AT2 Bruce Schmitz, U.S. Navy; SSgt KrYstal N. Schroeder, U.S. Air Force; Staff Sgt. Buffy Schmidt. U.S. Army Reserve. FT2 Richard A. Stanz, U.S. Navy; SSgt. David Waltzing, SPC AndrewWalz; CW02 Kurtis LWestmp, U.S. Marine Corps. The Tri-County News continues to print the Military Roster for our seruice men and women. Addresses are available by request at the Tri-County News office. Tri-County News P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353-0220