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PAGE 4 June 30, 2016 ;.mn Marcia Burfeind, 69 Marcia Burfeind of Kimball, Kimball in 2005. Marcia worked formerly of Crystal, died Monday, for 17 years for the Robbinsdale June 27, 2016, at the St. Cloud School District as a para profes- Hospital. sional in the Science Department. Memorial services will be In 2007, she retired from Human held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 7, Resources at Hennepin County at St. John's Lutheran Church in after 12 years of service. Marcia is Kimball with Rev. David Milz offi- a member of St. John's Lutheran ciating. Burial will follow at the Church, Kimball, Kimball Kimball Cemetery. Visitation will American Legion Auxiliary Post be 4-7 p.m. Wednesday at St. John's 261, and the 40/8 Voyager 415 Lutheran Church in Kimball with Cabana.She enjoyed making jew- a prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitation will continue one hour prior to the service Thursday at the church. Marcia Ann Burfeind was born Nov. 10, 1946, in Decorah, Iowa, to Vernon and Anna (Kelly) Nelson. She graduated with the Class of 1964 from John Marshall High School in Rochester and contin- ued her education at Rochester Community College. Sept. 23, 1967, Marcia was united in mar- riage to Keith Burfeind at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zumbrota. They lived for 32 years in Crystal prior to moving to elry, sugaring up her grandkids, traveling to Florida and family gatherings. She loved her time on the water and the time she spent with her family. Marcia is preceded in death by her parents Vernon and Anna Nelson; and sisters Mary Beckrich and Marlene Nelson. She is survived by her husband Keith Burfeind of Kimball; daugh- ter Kelli Burfeind of Golden Valley; son Ion (and Sara) Burfeind of Zimmerman; four grandchildren Lamar, Ella, Avae, and Hans; and brother Mike (and Pattie) Nelson of Albert Lea. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Coborn Cancer Center or St. John's Lutheran Church in Kimball. Arrangements are entrusted with Dingmann Funeral Care Burial & Cremation Services of Kimball. Joseph Kenning, 79 Joseph Kenning of St. Augusta died Saturday, June 25, at the St. Cloud Hospital. He was 79. Mass of Christian Burial was at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 6, at St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic Cturch in St. Augusta. Burial took place in St. Mary Help of Christians Parish Cemetery. Relatives an(d friends called from 4-9 p.m. Tue;sday, July 5, and after 9:30 a.m. ~Wednesday, both at the St. Mary Help of Christians Gathering Space in St. Augusta. The Nocturnal Adoration and Knights of Columbus Council 5548 prayed a rosary together at 6 p.m., followed by Parish Prayers Tuesday in the Gathering Space. Joseph N. Kenning was born Oct. 13,-1936, in St. Augusta to Norbert and Rose (Fischer) Kenning. He married Diane Lommel July 4, 1969, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Rockville. Joe loved to farm, fix tractors and milk cows. He farmed and lived in the same house where he was born. Along with farming, he'll be remem- bered for inventing a conveyor and silage box along with many other things. Joe was a "red" man, loving International Tractors and equipment. Joe's greatest joy was spending time with his grand- children. He was a life member of St. Mary Help of Christians Parish, Nocturnal Adoration and Knights of Columbus Council 5548. Joe was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife Diane, children Bernice (and Joe) Skinner, Patty (and Dave) Noon, Andy (and Stephanie), and Daniel; six grand- children; Zachary, Connor, Carter, Coltin, Courtney, and Clinton, and four step-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers Br. Lawrence and Walter, and sis- ters Rita (and Jerome) Kettner, and Irene (and Rob) Warfield. Memorials are preferred in lieu of flowers. Arrangements are with Daniel Funeral Home. Christian Women meet July 14 Ladies, do your closets and drawers overflow? Do you want to take back control? Then you need to attend the "My Closet Runneth Over" Christian Women's Club brunch 9:30 a.m. Thursday, July 14, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Annandale. Karen Klindworth and Sheryl Swanson of Monticello (realty house stag- ers) will give you practical tips on how to restore order. Reese Wright of Annandale will also share his wonderful piano gift and Barbara Tornow of Wentworth, S.D. will speak about taking a "Soul Check." Invite your friends and make res- ervations by calling Ardelle at (320) 274-8336, Betsy at (320) 274-5419, or email lilred. schramm @ gmail.com. Red Cross urges blood donations to maintain summer supply The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood in the weeks surrounding Independence Day to help ensure a sufficient blood supply for patients now and throughout the summer. Blood donations often decline in the summer months, espe- cially around summer holidays when donors are less available to give. The need for blood doesn't decrease though - every two sec- onds, someone in the U.S. requires blood or platelets. In fact, a recent survey of Red Cross blood and platelet donors showed that nearly half knew someone who needed blood or they needed blood themselves. "Donating blood helps save lives and can affect people you know and work alongside every day," said Scott Nethery, whose 7-year-old daughter Audrey requires frequent transfusions. Audrey was born with Diamond Blackfan anemia, a rare condi- tion where her body doesn't make enough red blood cells. "I am so appreciative of the individuals whose blood is within my daugh- ter at this very moment. Without blood, my little angel would not be with us today." To encourage more people to donate around Independence Day, all those who come out to donate blood July 1-5, 2016, will receive a limited-edition Red Cross lunch cooler, while supplies last. Donors of all blood types are needed now. Schedule an appoint- ment to give blood by down- loading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting redcrossblood. org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). American Red Cross Blood Donation Center St. Cloud Area Blood Donation Center 1301 West St. Germain Street Mondays and Thursdays: 12 - 6p.m. Fridays: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. It's EASY to renew Motorcycle or subscrlbel crash By mall, phone, Sunday, June 26, at 3:22 p.m. fax~we~) or the Stearns County Sheriff's e-mall. Office, along with the Belgrade Police, Brooten Rescue, Brooten 1 Ambulance, State Patrol and Life View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line O Kimball 320-398-5055 Great for gifts too! (See order form on page 14.) Heritage House of Kiraball uest suite. OPENING AUGUST 1, 2016 320 -398-8646 Trista Kramer Link Helicopter, responded to a ! motorcycle crash on County Road 27 at 295th Street in North Fork Township north of Brooten. Allen Berg, 65 of Starbuck, was i traveling south on CR #27 driving ! his 2015 Harley Davidson motor- ! cycle when he struck a deer. Berg I then lost control and crashed the motorcycle in the ditch. Berg was airlifted to St. Cloud Hospital by Life Link helicopter where he was treated for non-life threat- ening injuries. Berg was alone on the motorcycle at the time of the crash and was not wearing a helmet. canng ra person li more p? I The University of Minnesota is examining the effects of remote health monitoring for people I with memory loss and their family members. Learn more about participating in this free il study by contacting Professor Joe Gaugler at i 612.626.2485 or gaugO01 5@umn.edu.