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PAGE 4 December 1, 2016 .......... .......... Guy Schoenecker, 89 Guy Schoenecker died peace- Incentives, Inc. Now it is known fully at his Eden Prairie home as BI Worldwide, with 1,500 Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016. He was 89. employees in the U.S., Canada, Mass of Christian Burial was U.K., India, China, Singapore, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, at Pax Australia, Venezuela, Colombia, Christi Catholic Church in Eden and Brazil. His business earned Prairie; visitation was there from the Minnesota Quality Award in 4-7 p.m. Monday evening, and one 1994, and the Malcolm Baldridge hour prior to the service Tuesday. National QualityAwardin 1999. He Burial was in Eden Prairie was inducted into the Minnesota Cemetery. Business Hall of Fame in 2008. He Guy Schoenecker was born to was a philanthropist, horseman, Lawrence and Fern Schoenecker. hunter, fisherman, gardener, bee- He is a 1949 graduate of the keeper, and world traveler. University of St. Thomas with a Guy was preceded in death by B.A. and served on the University's his parents. Board of Trustees from 1978 He is surviVed by his wife Barb; to 2008. He also received a seven children Lisa (and Rich) B.Sc. degree from the University of Anderson, Larry Schoenecker, Minnesota Law School. He started Paul (and Jen) Schoenecker, Bob a business while in university in Schoenecker, Sue Schoenecker, the late 1940s, selling engage- Dave (and Kim) Schoenecker, ment rings to fellow students. That and Shelley Schoenecker; nine led to a jewelry distribution busi- grandchildren: Tara Anderson, ness and furniture stores; the jew- Marissa Anderson, Danny elry business became Business Schoenecker, Derek Schoenecker, Builders, Inc., and Later Business Sam Schoenecker, Katie (and Check daily for new stories at www.tricountynews.MN (obituaries are posted as we receive them) David) Wheres, Matt McMullen, Morgan Schoenecker, and Murphy Schoenecker; sister Donna Kernel and her children and their fam- ilies; and dear friends Roger and Elvina Nelson. Arrangements were by Washburn-McReavy Eden Prairie Chapel. Senior Perspective Cookbooks are here is $4 plus tax. [i ......................................................................... ............... " ....... t Lynette :: Imdieke-Stlnlzyk .................... .................. Career Fair [: M.s., L.P.C.c , [i Lynette (Lyn) v, orks with======================= scheduledat families'children'teens'adults' St. Cloud VA and seniors as a licensed mental )ij!i! [ health therapist for over 25 The St. Cloud VA is hosting a [:... years. She enjoys working in a 71 Career Fair for nursing and clin- [::i:. private practice to be able to :i~#:i] ical occupations from 9 a.m. to .... provide each client more 11! noon, Saturday, Dec. 3, in Bldg. 8 personal attention (Auditorium), at the St. Cloud VA [i:: " ::i:!::i:::i~ Medical Center, located at 4801 !:::::: ~i~::i::ii:~ ...... New Patients are welcome ii. Veterans Drive, in St. Cloud. [ii~a~i:~);:!~ ~:::~i:ii~: Listed providertmdermost While there are openings in :~ ~:~:::: ~:~::~:::~~'"~:::~Y~:::~ insurance companies in MN .... :::::i~ many areas, the Career Fair is i{/f::: :: ~::z.: ~i~i~~:: ~:~::: ............ focused on the full range of nuts- HILLTOP HEALTH CARE CENTER Short and Long Term Services In/out Patient Therapies Adult Daycare GARDEN VIEW AT HILLTOP 34 Independent and Assisted Living Apartments Meets your needs without the work Dining services Activities and Outings Beauty/Barber shop Light Housekeeping Chapel-daily services Pet friendly Many payment options including Elderly WaiversI I 410 Luella Street, Watkins, 320.764.2300. www.HUttopHealthCareCenter, com == Christ Child Luncheon, Dec. 2 The St. Ignatius CCW annual available at Santa's Sweet Shoppe. Christ Child Luncheon will be held Proceeds will go to Birthline of at St. Ignatius Catholic Church, St. Cloud, Dakota Woodlands, and 35 Birch St. E., Annandale. The MCCL. Tickets will be available at event is 10:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, the door. Dec. 2. Cookies and candy will be Musical Mosaic of Joy for the Holidays The Great River Chorale will St. Cloud. perform with the Cantabile Girls' Tickets are $16 for adults, $13 Choir, also featuring Br. Paul- for seniors - age 65+, students $5. Vincent Niebauer, OSB, narra- All seats are general admission. tor, Jennifer Wildeson & Michael Hear beautiful music of the Zellgert, violin, Sarah Dahl, viola, season from the home countries of and Lucia Magney, cello, and Dr. Central Minnesota's early immi- Charles Echols, organist, grants. New arrangements of Friday, Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m. at European and Scandinavian car- St. Mary's Cathedral in St. Cloud, ols, narrations, and audience sing and Sunday, Dec. 4, at 4 p.m. at alongs make this a perfect start to Bethlehem Lutheran Church in your Holidayseason. Christian Women's Club Dec. 8 The new "More Lifelong Favorites" Volume 14 Senior Perspective Cookbook is now available at Kimball's Tri-County News. We have a limited supply so come early to get yours. The price ing roles. The Career Fair features an introductory session designed to educate applicants on the fed- eral hiring process, and Human Resources staffwill be available to assist people with understanding the process. Pre-registration is not required. Attendees are encouraged to bring a copy of their resume or CV, and a laptop computer or tablet so they can set up an account in the elec- tronic hiring system during the event. Information on benefits, advancements, pay scales, and the VA boarding process will be avail- able at the Career Fair. VA careers offer salaries and comprehensive benefits compa- rable to the private sector. But, VA has something that no other health care system does: the opportunity to serve veterans. As the largest health care system in the U.S., the career opportunities are endless, matched with the ful- fillment that comes with caring for these brave men and women. For more information on the Career Fair contact Mandi Loxterkamp at (320) 252-1670, Ext. 6571, or Elaine Eckstrom, at (320) 252-1670, Ext. 7276. A current list of job openings is available at Looking for a wonderful way to Sorensen and ]an Ostroot, and get into the Christmas spirit? Then treasures of truth to take home make reservations for you and from speaker Nancy Reimann of your friends to enjoy "The Wonder Arden Hills who will share about of Christmas" brunch held at "Timeless Christmas Traditions." 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at Make reservations by calling St. John's Lutheran Church in Ardelle at (320) 274-8336, Betsy Annandale. at (320) 274-5419, or email lilred. There will be beautiful ChristmasflutemusicbyElizabeth This event is sponsored by Cabalka of Annandale, an "Ohhh Stonecroft Ministries. 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