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-4 Pa-e 8 Thursday, October 3, 2013 Tri-Countv News www.tricoun news.mn Obituaries Sharon Capes, 70 Sharon Capes of Fair Haven Sharon is preceded in death by died Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, at her her parents; brothers Bobby and home under the care of her family Donny Eilingson; and sisters Ruby and Allina Hospice. Sampson and Louise Matthinson. Memorial services will be held She is survived by her husband at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 4, at the Richard of Fair- Haven; children Kimball Church of Christ with TammyJohnson (and fianc6John) Pastor Steve Rowland officiating, of Long Prairie, Juliet (and Kelly) Friends may call one hour prior to Danelke of Fair Haven, Julianna the services. Schultz of Annandale, Rob (and Sharon Marie Capes was born Bobble) Johnson of Annandale, Jan. 18, 1943, in Benson, Minn., and Richard (and Stacey) Capes of to David and Thelma (Ander- Fair Haven; 10grandchildren, and son) Ellingson. She was united in three great-grandchildren. marriage to Richard Capes Aug. 9, Arrangements are with Ding- 1968, in Milbank, S.D. mann Funeral Care Burial & Cre- mation Services of Kimball. Dawson Deuermeyer, 59 Dawson Deuermeyer died unmatched. You could often find peacefully athisRosemounthomehim in a library or coffee shop Monday, Sept. 23, 2013, after bat- around town, and he was always tling cancer. He was 59. willing to share his goofy sense of A celebration of life will be held humor and infectious smile. He from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, alsohadanuncannyabilitytofind at Oak Terrace West Park, 12801 quarters behind your ear. County Road 11, Burnsville. Per Dawson was preceded in death his request, there will be no formal by his daughter Kristine, and wake or funeral, father-in-law Teunis Jacobse. Dawson Deuermeyer was born He is survived by his wife June 20, 1954, to Darwin and Hendrina; children Brirany (and Arlene Deuermeyer. He graduated Ted), Aaron (and Michelle), and from Kimball Area High School. Andrea (and Dean); parents Dawson was a long-time employee Darwin and Arlene Deuermeyer of of Cray Research/Silicon Graph- Kimball; sisters Donette, Deanne ics and a volunteer in the Rose- and Denise (and Doug); grand- " mount hockey programs. His love children Emelia and Lauren; of family, books, and coffee was mother-in-law Tine Jacobse; and Benjamin Eder, 83 Benjamin Eder of Kimball died Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013, at the St. Cloud Hospital. He was 83. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Kimball Church of Christ with Pastor Steve Rowland officiat- ing. Visitation was at the church from 5-8 p.m. Friday, and also one hour prior to services. Burial fol- lowed the services at the Kimball Cemetery. Ben was preceded in death by his sisters Angela Eder and Monica Nelson. He is survived by his wife Ruthie; children and their spouses Debbie (and Larry) Valiant of Forest City, John (and Lynette) Eder of Rock- ville, Gwen (and Gary) Koshiol of St. Stephen, and Robin (and Mike) Ferrian of Kimball; siblings and their spouses Frannie Voerding of St. Paul, Albert (and Rosie) Eder ~ii:~:~:,,~:~:ii ~:!i~ il i!~!i: many other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family are preferred. Benjamin John Eder was born - of Dardenne Prairie Mo., Alvina June 30, 1930, in St. Nicholas to Beckers of Watkins, Katie (and Frank and Johanna (Albers) Eder. Erwin) Nistler of Maple Plain, Har- He grew up and lived his entire life old (and Delores) Eder of St. Paul, in the Kimball area. April 19, 1952, and Frank (and Sharon) Eder of Ben was united in marriage to Watkins; eight grandchildrenChar- grandchildren. The music for the Ruthie Eleanor Stelton. He farmed ity Va!iant, Stephanie "Neuman, service was provided ,by Jamie in Maine Prairie Township and Keith, Kevin and Nicholas Koshiol, Miller, Penny Blanchard and Sheri worked for Gold'n Plump in Cold - Jessica and Amanda Gageby, and Goff. The arrangements were Spring. Ben loved wildlife, farm Halley Ferrian; three great-grand- entrusted to Dingmann Funeral animals, and family, especially his children Joey and Brianna Neuman, Care Burial & Cremation Services grandchildren, and Brooklyn Koshiol. of Kimball. Arlayne Hunt, 89 Arlayne Hunt of South Haven died Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, while residing at Hilltop Heakh Care Center in Watkins. She was 89. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Kimball with Fr. Thomas Olson as the Celebrant. Entombment will follow at the parish cemetery. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday-at Dingmann Funeral Care Chapel in Kimball, and at the church, one hour prior to services Thursday. Parish prayers will be at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Arlayne Elizabeth Hunt was born Feb. 23, 1924, in South Haven to the late Alex and Ida (Schmidt) Marquardt. A 1942 graduate of Annandale High School, Arlayne spent most of her life nearby, except for one year in Pensacola, Fla. Arlayne married Charles E. Hunt Aug. 26, 1949. They estab- lished a home and farmed south of Kimball. In 1957, they moved to St. Nicholas to raise crops, cows, and kids. In 1966, ,they bought a farm outside of Fair Haven on Hunt Road, and they lived there until moving to assisted living in March 2010. Arlayne enrolled at St_ Cloud Nor- mal School (now St_ Cloud State Uni- versity) in 1943. After a year of college, she was granted a special teaching license because of a desperate teacher shortage because of the war. She taught in a one-room schoolhouse for three year.s, grades 1-8. Her salarywas $75 a month, and her duties included cleaning the school, drawing water, and chopping wood. Her next teach- ing job was the Fair Haven School, grades 1-4, at a monthly salary of $125, without the cleaning and chop- ping duties. She taught at Fair Haven for a year. Later, two of her students' sons would marry her daughters. Many years later, after her children were all in school, Arlayne recaptured her teaching dream by providing one- on-one and small-group mentor- ing for students in the Kimball Area Schools. She was named "Outstand- ing Lay Person in Education" in 1980. After retiring from the school system, Arlayne could be found telling her favorite story, "The.Giv- ing Tree," to many of the visitors at the Twin Barn Farm. On several occasions, Annandale's Pioneer Pallbearers were Ben's eight Park's one-room school house was filled with her grandchildren as she held school for a day. She often hosted afternoon "teas" of root beer and goodies for her grand- children followed by an art lesson or scavenger hunt. Arlayne loved the arts: acting writing, painting, creating, and per- forming; in fact, she gave her first performance when she was 3. She served as a 4-H leader for many years providing her children with many opportunities to grow and lead. She wrote and directed many of their Share-the-Fun skits, and she provided creative ideas for their booths and demonstrations. She received the Gold Clover award in 1976 for her leadership, as well as the "Friend of 4-H" award in 1986. Aflayne was a talented seam- stress, enjoyed reading her Bible, and was an active member of her church. As a nature lover, she enjoyed walks in the woods, gardening, and she loved birds. Aflayne was a loving wife, a friend to so many, a wonderful m0m, and an amazing grandmother; she will be missed by many. Aflayne was preceded in death by Charles Hunt, her hus- band of 62 years; brother James Marquardt; sister Shirley Wills; son Richard Joseph Hunt; daugh- ter-in-law Lanette Hunt; and son- in-law Dave Nelson. She is survived by sons Charles (and Laurie) hunt, Michael Hunt, and James (and Loft) Hunt, all of South Haven; daughters Karen Nelson of The Villages, Fla., Char- layne (and Gary) Stumm of Maple Grove; Rebecca (and Rudy) Mau- rer of Good Thunder, Kathryn (and Kurt) Eisenbraun of South Haven, and Jacquelyn Sorensen of Osa- kis; daughter:in-law Marlyn Hunt of South Haven; 28 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren, and eight great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be David, Chris, and Jeff Hunt, Mike Stumm, Rudy Maurer, and Preston Fischer. Hon- orary pallbearers will be Chuck, Karl, and Cameron Hunt, and Jesse Sorensen. Music for the service will be provided by Frosty Schiefelbein organist, and the St. Anne's Choir. Butlat and Cremation Services View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball * (320) 398-5055 St. Anne's Church in Kimball 10 - 10:45 a.m~ Tues./Thurs. Also open 2nd Monday of t-he month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320)398-2211 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches~ Steven Hickman, 63 Steven Hickman of Paynes- ville died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at the Paynesville Area Hospital. He was 63. A visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, at Johnson Funeral Home in Paynes- ville. Burial,will be at the Minne- sota State Veterans Cemetery in Little Falls. Steven Arthur Hickman was born Dec. 5, 1949, in St. Cloud www.dingmannfuneral.com to Millard and Alice (Clark) Hickman. He grew up in the Lengby and Eden Valley areas. Steve enlisted Dec. 6, 1966, in the U.S. Army. He served his country in the Vietnam War with the 128th i Airborne Infantry, earning a com- many visit with us.f ::~i~ memorative medal and a bronze i tll]lllm~ ............................ | star during two tours of duty. House nf Kimball| Dec. 5, 1972, Steve was given an to meet,, . . Assisted Liviag"J ='"'''"""|at its Finest] honorable discharge from the [ your .eeas, _...,..,..,,.,:,,,~,.,:,.,.,.,..,~,.,..,.,,.,.,.;| ArmY.country,AfterstevehiSreturnedService fOrto thehiS ~~9~..7~3!! Eden Valley area. Oct. 29, 1971, Steve was united in marriage to Vickie Violet in Stillwater, Minn. This union was blessed with a daughter and three sons. The fam- ily made their home in Richmond and on Rice Lake. Steve worked for Cold Spring Granite Company, and also farmed. After his retire- ment from Cold Spring Granite, he continued to farm near Rice Lake. He and Vickie were later divorced. Steve's passion in life was farm- ing. He loved being in the field and raising a crop. He also enjoyed cut- ting wood, scrapping metal, and spending time with his grandchil- dren. Steve loved animals, espe- cially his 22 farm cats. He had an outstanding work ethic and was always tinkering with something he bought to fix up. He would often be found cruising around in his yellow Pontiac convertible. Steve was preceded in death by his parents; infant son; five broth- ers; an infant sister; and an infant brother. He is survived by his children Sabrina (and Bob) Liestman of Paynesville, Brandon of Paynes- ville, and Scott (and Amy Brown) of Paynesville; five grandchildren Halley, Mathew, Mason, Laney, and Lila; five brothers; and seven sisters.