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.............. % . - Page 6 Obituaries Marvin Ashwill, 92 Marvin Ashwill of rural Das- sel, died Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010, in Quartszite, Ariz. surrounded by his family. He was 92. Marvin L. Ash~ill was born Feb. 4, 1917, in Sanborn, Iowa, to Don Eli and Aina (Byttynen) Ash- will. When he was an infant, his family moved to the Kingston area where he was baptized and later confirmed in the Old Apos- tolic Lutheran faith. June 18, 1939, Marvin was united in marriage to Doris Olson of South Haven. They lived and farmed in the Lake Syl- via area, Annandale, and Kim- ball. They moved in 1956 to their current farm in the Collinwood Township, Dassel. In addition to farming, Marvin developed real estate at Melody Lane on Lake Francis and at Ashwill Shores on Collinwood Lake. He enjoyed spending time with his family, attending fairs, steam and tractor shows, collecting antiques, trav- eling, sharing stories, and visiting with friends over coffee. He will be remembered for his quiet sense of humor and kind heart. Marvin was-preceded in death -by his parents; brothers and sisters Bernice Smith, Clarence Ashwill, Harriet Smith, Leonard Ashwill, and Richard Ashwill; half-brother Church 40bit. Thursday, February 11,2010 ...... ~~ws* Kimbal~MN Four generations of Ecker family Orville Lenox; daughters-in-law Jean Ashwill and Susan Ashwill. He is survived by his loving wife of 70 years Doris I. Ashwill; sons Darrell Ashwill of Dassel, and Dennis (and Rosa) Ashwill of Plankinton, S.D.; half-sister Pearl Zopfi of Blaine, grandchildren Jason (and Christine) Ashwill of St. Cloud, and Meredith (and Tom) Lyon of St. Joseph; great-grand- children MichaelAshwill, Danielle Lyon, and Chase Lyon; and many nieces and nephews. There will be a memorial ser- vice planned for Marvin at a later date. Pictured are Ruth, Ernest, Randy, Jeremy, and Ella Ecker. Also pictured !s great-aunt Maymie Ecker. Submitted photo. In loving memory of Alfred Dockendorf We thought of you with love today, Your memory is our keepsake, But that is nothing new. Of which we'll never part. We thought about you yesterday, God has you in his keeping, And days before that too. We have vou in our hearts. We think of you in silence, We often speak your name. Now all we have is memories, And your picture in a frame. Your loving family, Jerry and Pat Dockendorf Lyle, Barb, Kevin and Maria Dockendorf, Anita Hoefer SCSU Orchestra presents concert The St. Cloud State University Orchestra will present the con- cert "Tour De Europa" at-7:30 p.m. Thursday Feb. 18, in Stewart Hall's Ritsche Auditorium. The concert features works by composers from a variety of Euro- pean countries, including Men- delssohn, Mussorgsky, Vaughann Williams, Grieg, and Saint-Saens. Daniel O'Bryant. director of the ensemble, will also appear as a string bass soloist, perform- ing "Paganini's Variations for One String" on a theme by Rossini. This virtuosic piece, scored for vio- lin, makes the performance on the string bass a rare event. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for seniors and non-St. Cloud State stu- dents, and free to all students with a St. Cloud State student ID. Tickets are available at the door. For more information,.call (320) 308-3223. The Symphony Orchestra is open to all students who play orchestral instruments and perform reper- toire ranging from baroque to con- temporary and from concert stan- dards to world premieres both on and off campus. Evandah Estvold, 94 Evandah Estvold of Coon Rap- by her husband Julian; and grand- ids, formerly of Kimball, died peacefully Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010, at her assisted living apart- ment. She was 94. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at Faith Lutheran Church, lllfhand Hanson Blvd. in Coon Rapids. Visitation was one hour prior to the s6rvice. Inter- ment was in the Maine Prairie Cemetery in Kimball. Evandah L. Estvold was born Nov. 20, 1915, to Levine and Emma (Widmark) Berglund. Evandah was preceded in death son Scott Rogers. She is survived byher children Sharyn (and Russ) Hassetbring, Maxine (and Bill) Rogers, Bradley (and Jhdy) Estvold, Kendal (and Susan) Estvold, and Leann (and Mark) Campbell;" nine grandchil- dren; six great-grandchildren; . brother De!phin Berglund; also many nieces, nephews and'other relatives and friends: Arrangements were by Wash- burn-McReavy Funeral Home, Coon Rapids Chapel. Obituaries also can uneral Care ~'~ Burial and Cramltlon Services View obituaries, guestbooks and uideos on-line Kimball * (320) 398-5055 On March 18, Holy. Cross School will have registration for grades Pre-K through 6. We have excellent teachers and small class sizes. Feel free to come visit our school an~/ time. We are located at 10672 County Road 8. (320) 39827885~ www.dingmannfuneral cam Small Engine & Welding Repair LINDY'S REPAIR VFW #5460 benefit for Kaisha Beumer weekend and Jelaine decided a trip to the doctor was in order. After a short visit at the doctor's office in Buffalo, Kaisha was immedi- ately sent to the emergency room and quickly admitted at Buffalo hospital where she was baptized and rushed to Children's Hospi- tal in Minneapolis. tt was diScov- eretl later, much of her life-threat- ening symptoms were the result of,severe dehydration. But what was causing the dehydration was not going to be easy to diagnose. It has been more than four months now, since she has been hospital- The VFW post 5460 is host- ing a breakfast and silent auction benefit for Kaisha Marie Beumer, daughter of Craig and ]elaine Beumer of Watkins, and grand- daughter of Marie and Bob Jaa.obs. The benefit will be 8 a.m. to noon Suhday, Feb. 21, at the Wat- kins Village Hall. Kaisha Marie Beumer was born Sept. 11, 2009. Although five'weeks early, Kaisha was small but seemed healthy and was sent home after a few short days at the hospital. Oct. 5, things would change. Kaisha had become rather fussy through the- ized, Kaisha has now been trans- ferred to Children's in Cincinnati, where they maybe able to help her better. Dozens of specialists and ,thousands of t6sts i~a~ been/'Un- on little Kaish~t. No answers have yet been found. She has been sta- ble much of the time, growing and developing just as she should. However, there have been many terrifying trips in and out of the PICU, on and off life support. Kai- sha's most consistent symptoms seem to be issues in her gastro- intestinal track, unable to retain what she has eaten or any flu- ids. Most recently, Kaisha devel- oped a very aggressive, life-threat- ening pneumonia. This led doc- tors to believe her immune system was compromised. However, she is now recovering from the pneu- monia much faster than expected and her immune tests are coming back normal again. Throughout this constant battle, ]elaine has returned to work after her rhater- nity leave. Craig, since, has now traveled with Kaisha to Cincin- nati, while ]elaine needed to stay home to continue to work. Kai- sha's continuing story can be read - at: . . ~ .3 meals per day & snacks | ! assmnase l,~,t~,~e : Scheduled exercise and actiVlUesI |-~~ Church activities, | Now offering . including mass 3 timeslmo. RESPITE CARE ~ Housekeepingllaundry services Medication services with LPN/RN ~ervices available 24 hours per day " ;' H~ " .iTdritage ouse o[. Kimball Assisted Living at tts Fittest