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PA E 4 ......... ............. www.tricountynews.mn FebruVl 11, 2016 IIII ................... T ........... ................................... Gerald 'Jerry' Flaschenriem, 74 Gerald "Jerry" Flaschenriem of Sartell, formerly of Kimball died Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, at the Legends of Heritage in Sartell. He was 74. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 5, at the Legends of Heritage in Sartell with Pastor Victoria Klinnert officiat- ing. Burial will be in St. Anne's Cemetery in Kimball at a later date. Gerald "Jerry" A. Flaschenriem was born Dec. 19, 1941, in Kimball to Frank and Margaret (Steman) Flaschenriem. He grew up in the Kimball area until moving to St. Cloud in 1980. Jerry married Ramona "Mona" Stanger May 1, 1980, at the Methodist church in Paynesville. He worked at Baker Square, Elks Club, driving for Donnay's Milk Truck, Green Giant, and most recently at Carefree Living in the maintenance department. Jerry had a solid soul and always walked strongly in his faith. He was a past member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Jerry enjoyed garage sales and finding good deals. He had a great sense of humor and compassion- ate heart. He is now walking hand in hand with his Lord and will be dearly missed by all who knew him. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents; siblings Henry, Dale, Nick, and Rita; brother-in-law Wally; and niece Tootsie. He is survived by his wife of 35 years Ramona "Mona" of Sartell; daughter Deana of St. Cloud; stepchildren AJ (and Sue) Houk, Dan (and Rosie) Houk of Sauk Centre, Pat (and Todd) Holm of Paynesville, Cathy (and Rod) Stubbs of Becker, Don Bengtson of Hastings, Kristi Bentson of St. Cloud; sister Linda Flaschenriem of Blaine; neph- ews Frank Flaschenriem, Nicholas Flaschenriem; 11 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and cat Zorro. Arrangements were entrusted to Williams Dingmann Family Funeral Home of St. Cloud. Lloyd Shoutz, 83 Lloyd Shoutz died peacefully Church in Forest City, a marriage in his sleep at his Watkins home Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. He was 83. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 8, at St. Gertrude's Catholic Church in Forest City. Visitation was from 4-8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at the Johnson,Hagglund Funeral Home in Litchfield with a parish prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Visitation continued one hour prior to the service at the church Monday. Interment was in the St. Gertrude Catholic Cemetery in Forest City. Military honors were provided by the Litchfield Military Honor Guard: Lloyd Leslie Shoutz was born July 11, 1932, to Leslie and Signe (Knutson) Shoutz in Forest City Township. He grew up in Forest City and attended country school. He began working for area farmers at a young age, and at 16 he went to work on a ranch in Montana. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served in Korea from 1952- 1954. He was united in marriage Sept. 7, 1957, to Sharon Ann Rohrbeck at St. Gertrude's Catholic that lasted 56 years. They moved to Darwin for about a year and then moved to a home they built north of Forest City. They later moved to the farm where he lived the rest of his life. Lloyd was a member of St. Gertrude's Catholic Church. He enjoyed trapping, taxidermy, hunting, fishing, and camping. He also enjoyed horseback riding, gardening, and feeding birds. Lloyd was preceded in death by his parents; wife Sharon; sib- lings Peggy Knapp, Milton Shoutz, Wayne Shoutz,'and Janice Bollin; daughter Pamela Kuseske; grand- son Justin Shoutz; granddaugh- ter Christina Sorenson; and great-grandson Trevin Gabrielson. He is survived by his chil- dren Deb (and Paul) Yanish of Watkins, Lloyd Allan (and Irene) Shoutz of Kimball, Brad (and Wendy) Shoutz of Litchfield, Tony Shoutz of Watkins, Tracy (and Greg) Vollmer of Watkins; son- in-law Jeff Kuseske of Kimball; grandchildren Christin (and Daniel) Geislinger, Joseph (and Erin) Yanish, Amy (and Matthew) Gabrielson, Nicole (and Mitch) Dragt, James Shoutz, Jerimiah Shoutz, Josh Shoutz, Brandon Shoutz, Kenadie Shoutz, Landon Shoutz, and Spencer Vollmer; great-grandchildren Haylee Geislinger, Jared Geislinger, Koda Shoutz, Gabriel Yanish, Logan Dragt, ElaJean Gabrielson, Carson Dragt, and Tiah Gabrielson; and his sisters Ann Holmgren, Cheri Knutson, and Carol Malherek. St. Boniface Church breakfast Feb. 14 Cold Spring Area Knights of Columbus are sponsor- ing a breakfast from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14, (Valentine's Day), at St. Boniface Church in Cold Spring. On the menu are eggs, hashbrowns, ham, fruit cocktail, bread, sweet rolls, juice and coffee. Charges for adults will be $8, stu- dents (6-12) $5, Age 5 and younger will be flee. Proceeds benefit Knights of Columbus charitable activities. Adult ladies will receive Lenten services at Lake Union Covenant Church There wil be Lenten services at Union Covenant Church in rural 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 at Lake South Haven. Benefit for Life Bake Sale Feb. 21 The Christian Women of EV All proceeds from the bake sale Assumption Church, Eden are and luncheon will be donated to having their annual Benefit for Life Pro-Life/Family organizations. BakeSale, luncheon, andsilentauc- Silent auction proceeds will stay tion from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, in house for Assumption Parish Feb. 21, in the church basement, activities, education and build- The menu includes pulled porking activities that promote a sandwiches, salad, baked beans, strong/positive Christian family home-made pies and desse.rts,environment. St. Nicholas Parish Breakfast Feb. 21 St. Nicholas Parish plans a breakfast Sunday, Feb. 21. They will serve from 9 a.m. to noon. There will also be a bake sale and raffle prizes. The menu is pancakes w/top- pings, scrambled eggs, pork sau- sage, fried potatoes, apple sauce, caramel rolls and mixed Danishes, milk, juice, and coffee. Adults are $8, children ages 5-10 are $4, and younger than 4 are flee. The location of St. Nicholas Parish is 15909 County Road 21, Watkins. This is handicap accessible. Valentine Breakfast at St. Wendelin's Feb. 21 St. Wendelin Parish in Luxemburg, serves a "Valentine Breakfast" featuring egg bake, sausage, breakfast potatoes, fresh Fruit, fresh baked caramel and cinnamon rolls, from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, at Mary Hall. Event includes bake sale and raffle. Mass is at 9 a.m. St. Augusta Garage Sale Feb. 27 St. Augusta Catholic Unitedin St. Augusta. Saturday is from Financial is planning a Garage 9 a.m: to 3 p.m., Sunday is from Sale Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 27 9-11 a.m. and 28, at St. Mary's Parish Center Roast beef and ham dinner Feb. 28 Cold Spring Area Knights of Columbus are sponsoring a roast beef and ham dinner from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, at Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church in Rockville. The menu includes real mashed potatoes, vegetables, coleslaw, dessert and beverage. Aduks are $9, or $8.50 in advance. Advance. tickets can be purchased from KC members. 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