Fly Forever Free Dear Friends, Till We Meet Again For Our Final Reunion In Heaven


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Linda Adolphson (Adolphson)

Birth Date: 1947-05-21
Deceased Date: 2015-09-09
Linda Kay Adolphson, 68, of Superior, died Wednesday, September 9, 2015, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Duluth.

She was born May 21, 1947, daughter of Herbert and Ivaloe (Thompson) Adolphson.

Linda graduated from Superior East High School in 1965.

Her work history included 28 years as a cook at Middle River Health and Rehabilitation Center.

Linda was an avid reader, loved doing word and search puzzles, and enjoyed dog sitting her sister, Nancy’s dogs.

Preceding her in death were her parents; brothers, Dave and Richard; little sister, Kristen; and brother-in-law, Gary Berggren.

Survivors include her sisters, Nancy Adolphson, South Range, Wis., Karen Berggren, Superior, Mary (Ron) Terry, Gordon, Wis., and Sue (Dan) Hoeffling, Killen, Texas; brothers, Paul (Patty) Adolphson and John (Chris) Adolphson, Superior; sister-in-law, Stella Adolphson, Lake Nebagamon, Wis.; 23 nieces and nephews; 41 grandnieces and grandnephews; and a great-grandniece.

Visitation will be from 10 until the 12 noon service, Monday, September 14, 2015, at Darrow Road Wesleyan Church, Superior. Pastor Mark A. Holmes will officiate.

Everyone is invited to stay for a luncheon that will be served at the church. Following the luncheon, the family will travel to Greenwood Cemetery for the private committal prayers.

The family wishes to thank the staff and many friends at Villa-Marina Health and Rehabilitation Center, Superior, where Linda resided the last 4 years. A special thanks to her friend, Doris. They also want to thank St. Luke’s Hospital, I.C.U., for their exceptional care and kindness.
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Roberta Anderson

Roberta went to high school with us for some years, but didn't graduate with us. So she doesn't have a graduation photo under our Classmate Year Book Photos. She died in a fire, in Robert’s WI.
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Joanne Goldberg (Ansell)

Birth Date: 1947-10-24
Deceased Date: 2022-09-07
Joanne K. Goldberg (Ansell) passed away after a brief illness on September 7, 2022, at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver, CO, with her sons at her side.

Joanne was born in Superior, WI, on October 24, 1947, to David and Katherine Ansell. She graduated from East High School and then University of Wisconsin-Superior. She was married to Sheldon Goldberg, also from Superior, for 17 years, with whom she raised her sons Greg and Aaron.

During her life, she tried many jobs, including work as a receptionist, real estate agent, massage therapist and care giver to people who needed help. But her favorite “job” was being a friend, mother and, even better, a grandmother. Joanne, or “Jo” to her many friends and “Gramma Jo” to her four grandchildren, loved nothing more than to be surrounded by close friends and family. And she would bend over backwards to help them anytime. While anyone who had driven with her knew her sense of direction could lead her to new and unexpected places, she always knew where she wanted to be: laughing and playing with the people she cared about. Her true heaven was time with her grandchildren Mollye, Sadie, Gabbi and Crimson.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her younger brother Burton; her aunts Rita A. Frankel and Muriel Jean Ansell; and her uncles Archie and Burton Ansell. She is survived by her brother Bruce Ansell; her sister Karen Ansell; her sons Greg Goldberg and Aaron Goldberg; her daughters-in-law Nicki Goldberg and Stephanie Goldberg; and her grandchildren Mollye, Sadie, Gabbi, and Crimson. Her furry and loving grand dogs Max, Macie, Luppin, and Maizi also miss her greatly. And her dear friend Lonnie Hartnett, with whom she shared laughter and a great friendship across the past year, shares in our grief.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 2:30 p.m. at Greenwood Cemetery in Superior. A Celebration of Life gathering will then follow starting at 4:00 p.m. at Ace’s on 29th at 2827 Oakes Avenue in Superior. All who cared for her are welcome to come, but please bring along a funny story about Joanne. The family asks that instead of sending memorials or flowers, consider spending a little extra time with your loved ones, doing something nice for a complete stranger, or donating to your favorite charity. Anyone who knew Joanne would know that is what she would have wanted.
Robert Carl Beetcher - June 23rd, 2023
Joanne was always the sweetest person with such a great heart warming smile in high school. That continued even when seeing her in later years at reunions. With her passing, she graced us one more time with her final goodbye smile.

Mary Gotelaere (Archambeau)

Birth Date: 1947-08-29
Deceased Date: 2021-01-11
Snookey was her life long nickname.

Published January 11, 2021 01:14 PM

Mary Ann “Snookie” Gotelaere, 73, of Barnes and formerly of Superior, died Monday, January 11, 2021, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Duluth.

She was born August 29, 1947 in Superior, daughter of Jerry and Ruth (Sheasby) Archambeau.

On November 12, 1966 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Superior, Robert Gotelaere and Mary Ann Archambeau were united in marriage.

Snookie’s work history included both Prange Way and Younkers in Superior, and most recently Pamida in Hayward.

She enjoyed spending time with her family especially her grandchildren, playing cards with her weekly ladies’ card group at the VFW in Barnes, gardening, living on the lake and traveling south to winter in Alabama.

Preceding her in death were her parents; sister, Geraldine Skoglund; brothers-in-law, Richard Berthiaume and Ronald Skoglund; and niece, RuthAnn Berthiaume.

Survivors include her husband of over 54 years, Robert “Bob” Gotelaere, Barnes; daughters, April (Jim) Campbell, Superior, Anne Warzyn, Appleton, WI, and Angel Gotelaere, Superior; 6 grandchildren, Jason, Ryan, Eric, Alex, Rebecca and Gabe; siblings, Carol Berthiaume, Danny (Sally) Archambeau, Jerry (Joyce) Archambeau, Joan (John) Belch, and Ralph (Pam) Archambeau; her in-laws of the Gotelaere family and many nieces and nephews.
PJ Little - February 10th, 2024
Hey there Tootie girl miss you and all the fun we had.

Scott Baker

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Edward Boyle

PJ Little - December 6th, 2022
1947 --1986 Ed passed away from Diabetes.

Kevin Buchanan

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Leo Burns

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Ronald Christensen

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Devon Eccles

Birth Date: 1947-06-04
Graduation year: 1965
Deceased Date: 2023-07-10

Devon E. Eccles, age 76, of Brillion, passed away Monday morning, July 10, 2023 at his home.

Devon was born on June 4, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah, son of the late Ermul “Tony” and Donna Yadon. He was a graduate of Superior East High School. Devon served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. He was a graduate of Wisconsin Indian Head Technical College with a degree in mechanical design and then later graduated from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College with a degree in supervisory management. He was employed with Ariens Company of Brillion, Voith Paper of Appleton, Giddings & Lewis of Fond du Lac and then drove for the Brillion Ambulance Service for 10 years. After his retirement, he enjoyed driving school bus with the Brillion district for 13 years. Devon had his pilot’s license and was a valet for EAA. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle and preferred Honda Goldwings, hunting deer, model airplanes and Outlaw Racing. Devon was a dog lover and always enjoyed socializing with various friends at lunch get togethers.

Survivors include his children: Duane (Melissa) Swonger, Hammond, WI, Bill (special friend Melissa Denault) Swonger, Manitowoc; Dawnie Wacek, Brillion; six grandchildren: Carter, Cole, Hayden, Logan, Kylee, Alexa; and one great grandchild: Aiden; one brother: Tony (Sheila) Yadon, Prole, IA; and cousin: Penny Eccles. Nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents; the mother of his children: Darlene Eccles; and cousin: Denny Eccles.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 15, 2023 at the Pielhop Wieting Funeral Home, Brillion. Military Rites will be accorded by the American Legion Post #126 of Brillion. A reception will take place at Carstens Mill from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. to share more stories and honor Devon.

The family will greet relatives and friends on Saturday, July 15, 2023 at the Pielhop Wieting Funeral Home, Brillion, from 11:00 a.m. until the time of the service at 1:00 p.m.

The family encourages those who attend to dress casually as that was Devon’s style.

Online condolences may be made.

The Pielhop Wieting Funeral Homes of Brillion and Reedsville are assisting the family with funeral arrangements.
P J Little - February 10th, 2024
Miss you buddy look forward to seeing you again but please don't play a joke on me like you always would do. Hugs dear friend.

Mark Fitzgerald

Deceased Date: 2018-12-15
Thomas “Mark” Fitzgerald, 71, longtime Central Park resident, currently of Duluth, MN died Saturday, December 15, 2018 unexpectedly but peacefully in his vacation home in Cable, WI. Mark, as he was known by, was born on May 11, 1947 in Superior, WI to Jerry and Jane (Lindberg) Fitzgerald.

He was raised in the Central Park neighborhood and attended Lincoln Elementary, Franklin Jr. High and East High Schools. He was selected to attend “Badger Boys State”, and was granted an appointment to West Point, but chose to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His life was shaped by the games learned at Red Barn, the neighborhood gathering spot. Mark’s natural athletic abilities were evident throughout his life. His early days were filled with football, baseball and hockey. He was a pitcher on the 1959 SYO Little League team that was quite successful, nearly making it to the LL World Series. His high school career included pitching in baseball and playing quarterback for the Orientals. Hockey was his passion. Besides coaching at the youth level during high school, he also played for the first high school combined hockey squad, leading to collegiate scholarship offers from multiple schools including UW. He chose to pursue his hockey future at UW Madison, where he played four years, a three year letterman and selected as co-captain of the 68-69 Wisconsin Badgers. His brother Jerry joined him on the Badgers in 1967 for a few seasons.

Mark served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam era. He went on to work for the Minnesota Fighting Saints, the 1980 Gold Medal US Olympic Hockey Team. He was an entrepreneur, owning multiple restaurants, Ronnally’s in North St. Paul, The Upper Crust in St. Paul and Papillion’s Café in Rhinelander. When he returned to the Twin Ports area he started his own painting business. The past twelve years working side by side with his son, Patrick and other family members and friends.

Mark enjoyed making others happy, like playing Santa Claus at The Onaway Club for all the little ones in the family and neighborhood, or scheduling many a road trip for the “East 4th Street Hockey Gang.” He was the family organizer and earned the nickname “Camp Boss.” In true Mark fashion, he would be late or missing to his own parties. “Where’s Mark? He’s got the puck, now what?”

Mark was inducted into the Superior Athletic Hall of Fame on two occasions, first in 2009 with the 1959 Little League and in 2014 under Individual Athletic Accomplishments. Mark was a father figure, mentor and good friend to countless people. His motto in business and life was “We don’t have problems. We only have solutions.” Mark was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church.

Mark is survived by two sons, Patrick (Rachel) Fitzgerald, Duluth, MN and Craig (Dee) Fitzgerald, South St. Paul, MN; three grandchildren, Eric (Teal), Daniel and Molly Fitzgerald; one great-granddaughter, Leti Fitzgerald; five brothers, Tim (Kathy), Scott (Candace), Jamie (Mary Pat), Jeff (Diane) and Rob (Mary Jo) Fitzgerald; lifelong friend, former wife and mother of his children, Fay Parish. He is preceded in death by his parents, infant sister and brother Gerald “Scooter” Fitzgerald, Jr.
PJ LITTLE - February 10th, 2024
Hey Mark I will always remember how nervous you were at the 50th reunion speaking and I was nervous about singing ocapela The Way We for We're, for all those who had gone to the Heaven's and weren't with us and those who there at the reunion. I think I gave you a hug but if I didn't will give you one we we see each other at the final reunion in sky. Miss you see you soon someday.

Dan Flahaven

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Leaonard Frostman

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Stephen Gotelaere

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Gary Hartman

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1947---- ?

Sandra Haydon

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Robert Hengel

Birth Date: 1946-10-29
Deceased Date: 2023-06-19
Robert A. Hengel, 76, of Osceola passed away Monday, June 19, 2023 at Hearthside Assisted Living in Osceola. Cremation Society of Wisconsin, Altoona is assisting the family.
Bob Jackason - September 14th, 2023
Thought the following may be of some interest to fellow classmates. I just returned from a funeral for a very good friend who was an ex-neighbor, sad that we are that point in our lives, friends are dying. Bob was one of my best friends, he was the best man at my wedding in 1972 and will be deeply missed, but I have many found memories of our times together. Hengel, Robert Bob Hengel passed away peacefully in Osceola, WI on June 19, 2023. Born in Superior, WI on October 29, 1946, he was preceded in death by his parents, James A. Hengel, Sr. and Helen (Turnquist) Hengel, and his brother James A. Hengel, Jr. He is survived by his sons Mark A. Hengel (Kelli) and David A. Hengel, grandson William A. Hengel, former wife, Ann Hengel, nephews Jeff Hengel and Jay Hengel, and niece Julie Hengel. Upon graduating from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Bob was drafted to the United States Marines where he served state-side as a staff sergeant during the Vietnam War. After discharge, he enjoyed a banking career in the Twin Cities area and western Wisconsin including earning a certificate from the Graduate School of Banking in Madison, WI. He enjoyed golfing, especially with his sons, and spending time with friends and family. He was known for his outgoing personality, ready laugh, and loved by many. A gathering in his honor will take place on Sunday, October 1st from 1-5 pm at The Old Ptaceks Event Center, 1449 Orrin Rd, Prescott, WI.
Patricia Little - July 11th, 2023
Mark Minguey - July 11th, 2023
Sorry to hear of Bob Hengels passing. We were best of friends starting with the basketball team at Franklin Junior High and all through High School. I spent several summer weekends with Bob and his family at their cabin on Middle Eau Claire Lake. Even after graduation there were weekends when Bob Jackson, myself and others would head down to Madison to visit Bob and his roommate Jim Nelson at UW. They'd put us up in their dorm room after a night of partying on State Street or at the Bunny Hop out in Middleton. I hadn't seen him for quite a while but we would talk on the phone regularly in recent years and it was always good to share lots of great memories, some of which were so much fun that they are probably best left unsaid at this point. He was a good friend and will be missed.
Bob Beetcher - June 23rd, 2023
Bob Hengel was a mild mannered, fun loving, guy whose family had a cabin on the Middle Eau Claire lake near my family's cabin on the Upper Eau Claire. One fun memory of Bob occurred while we were both out at our cabins one summer. Bob picked up my cousin Dave Beetcher and I one afternoon for a run into Hayward. The car he was driving was an old 1950's vintage Plymouth with what I think was a Hydrostatic transmission, a cross between an automatic and a standard shifting transmission. Due to its automatic shifting nature and low powered engine, you couldn't get it to squeal the tires on take off. We got the idea that if we rolled it backwards, raced the engine and popped the clutch we could get it to squeal. So we stopped the car out on Hiway 27 and with Bob at the wheel Dave and I pushed it backwards as fast as we could. When Bob popped the clutch, the car just groaned a little, slowing the engine down somewhat, before it slowly reversed course forward and leisurely picked up speed with nary a tire squeal. Relegating us all to having to travel in a car that had the least resemblance possible to a hot rod, we headed off to Hayword and had a good time.

Vernon Jacobson

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Karen Johnson

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Ronald Kirk

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Charlie Klein

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1947--- 2-25-2022

Richard Larson

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Howard Mackey

Birth Date: 1946-02-03
Graduation year: 1965
Deceased Date: 2024-02-06
Howard E. “Howie” Mackey, 78, longtime resident of Superior, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 6, 2024, with his loving wife by his side. He courageously fought and beat cancer three times before dementia took over.

Howie was born on February 3, 1946, in Moose Lake, MN, the son of Howard F. and Martha V. (Zasoski) Mackey.

He graduated from the former East High School in Superior, in the class of 1965. After graduating, Howie was drafted into the United States Army and served his country honorably in the Vietnam War. It was there he was exposed to Agent Orange, which had a negative effect on his health.

Howie married the love of his life, Annette Johnson, on June 20, 1970, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Superior. They celebrated fifty-three wonderful years together and raised two beautiful daughters.

Howie worked for The Superior Evening Telegram for over 30 years and retired as a Production Manager.

Howie was a talented handyman and carpenter. You could often find him in his home workshop completing various projects. For many years he enjoyed spending his time, in the summer, at Swanson’s Campground in Solon Springs with family and friends. Above all, Howie loved his family, and nothing made him happier than being called “Papa Howie” by all the children in his life. He was dearly loved and will be missed by all who knew him.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Annette Mackey; daughters Angie (Jeff) Fox, Buffalo, MN, and Heather (Paul Schrader) Mackey, Superior; grandchildren Allison (Joe Hall) Johnson, Sadie Fox, and Leo Fox; great-granddaughter Shelby Haberling; brothers Roger, Chuck, and Dan (Kelly) Mackey; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Howie is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Kate Solomon.

Howie’s family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the ACU staff at Twin Ports Health in Superior and the nursing staff at Miller Dwan 5th Floor, for the kind and compassionate care they provided Howie.

Visitation will be held at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 2316 E. 4th St in Superior, and will continue until the Memorial Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM, with Rev. Fr. James Tobolski as officiant. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery.

Military Honors will be accorded by the Richard I. Bong American Legion Post #435 Honor Guard.

In lieu of flowers, should friends desire, memorials may be made in Howie’s name to St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church or St. Vincent de Paul, P.O. Box 98, Superior, WI 54880.

The Lenroot-Maetzold Funeral Home, 1209 E. 5th St in Superior, is assisting the family with arrangements. To leave a condolence or sign the guestbook, please visit
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Jeannine Mattson

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Thomas McCauley

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Jim Nelson

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Carla Noonan

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1947-----2022 Miss you dear friend till we meet again.

Mary Obester

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No Birth year Passed 4--2006

Dennis Olson

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Bernard Peterson

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William Preston

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Terry Prine

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Ron Purcell

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Elise Barnard (Reid)

Birth Date: 1946-11-08
Graduation year: 1965
Deceased Date: 2023-10-03
Elise's Obituary

Elise Eydith Barnard, 76, lifelong resident of Superior passed away unexpectedly at home on Tuesday, October 3, 2023. She was born in Superior on November 8, 1946, the daughter of Ford and LaVera (Norland) Reid.

She was united in marriage to Walter Barnard on February 11, 1965, at Christ Lutheran Church in Superior, and they celebrated forty-five years of marriage before his passing in 2010.

Together, Elise and Walter owned and operated several businesses in Superior over the years.

Elise was a kind and forgiving soul with a giver’s heart. She was an artist in her own rite and enjoyed making dolls, crafting, quilting, crocheting, woodworking, and sewing and was especially partial to lace. Over the years she crafted many gifts personalized for her family and friends.

Elise loved Elvis! As a special treat her beloved husband, Walter once sold 500 tickets to the community to secure an Elvis impersonator to perform at the Belgian Club here in Superior. She was a voracious reader and, in her younger years, read quite a collection of Harlequin Romance novels.

Elise loved her coffee and cigarettes. She loved to laugh and was a loud and boisterous presence in the lives of her family.

She is lovingly remembered by her family for her strength of spirit, her tenacity, and her uncanny ability to navigate and persevere through life and will be fondly remembered for saying: “well babydoll, you have two choices - you can laugh, or you can cry, and I prefer to laugh”.

She will be dearly missed by her three sons, Randy (Annette) Barnard, of San Diego, CA, and their children, Joshua, and Ethan; Kelly (Hollie) Barnard, of Superior, and his children, Cody, and Jordan; and Joey (Christine Ruch) Barnard, currently of Cincinnati, OH; five great-grandchildren, and her brother, Charles Reid, of International Falls, MN.

She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Walter; her parents; sister, Katarina “Katie” Schwartz, and brother, Robert Reid.

A private family burial will be held at Greenwood Cemetery in Superior.

The Lenroot-Maetzold Funeral Home, 1209 E. 5th Street, Superior, is assisting the family with arrangements. To leave a condolence or sign the guestbook, please visit
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Lila Rennet

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David Ronn

PJ Little - February 10th, 2024
Sure miss golfing with you Dave can't wait to golf again with you in the sky.
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Wayne Rutzen

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Cathy Sharon

Formal first name was Mary, but went more commonly by Cathy.
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David Smith

PJ Little - February 10th, 2024
Hey Dave I still have your golf ball that you gave in my bag with me every time I golf for the good luck that you gave to me. Thank you dear friend and miss you. So look forward to seeing again someday.
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Len Moreau - December 7th, 2022
Dave being a great family man and friend to all was also a quiet person who held a lot inside him from the Viet Nam war of which he received 3 Purple Hearts. Whoever sheds his blood in battle for others will always be bonded together. Rest in peace Dave.

Jonnie Scanlon (Stein)

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Mary Talaska

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Raymond Tollers

Raymond D. Tollers, 73, of Duluth and formerly of Superior, died Thursday, February 20, 2020 at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale, MN.

Ray was born in Superior on Feb. 15, 1947 the son of Lorraine (Olson) and Raymond W. Tollers. He graduated from Superior East High School with the class of 1965.

He had worked for International Multi Foods for 18 years, spent 5 years sailing on the Great Lakes and until retirement had been a counselor and clinical supervisor at the Recovery Center. Ray was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous since 1986. He was also a member of the Baha’i organization in Duluth.

Ray married Michele Fitzgerald on August 5, 1995 at Gooseberry Falls. He enjoyed bowling and spending time with his grandkids.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Ray is survived by his wife, Michele; children, Raymond W. (Toni) Tollers, Danielle (Nick) Lavato, Matt (Missy) Tollers, Tayler Tollers, and Chandler Tollers; grandchildren, Nash, Craig, Chase, Gabby, and Coral; brothers and sisters, Linda (Doug) Engsminger, Terry (Sue) Tollers, Steve (Sandy) Tollers, Dennis Tollers, and Wendy (Neil) Fairbanks; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
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Bonnie Toya

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Russell Tuura

Russell E. Tuura, 74, South Range, Wis., died Thurs. Dec. 7, 2021. Born March 4, 1947 to Eugene H. Tuura and Genevieve C. (Alexson) Tuura, he was a lifelong resident of the Northland area and a friend to all. He was known for his crafts and “BirchWorks”, his love of hunting and fishing and dedication to his fellowman. He was an avid Packer fan and was always there to lend a helping hand. But his greatest treasure was his love of family and his fierce devotion to them. So, to anyone that has ever known him and loved him, in his passing, he says “Kana Paksa”.

He is survived by: Wife, Millie Tuura, South Range WI, Children: Jason (Jenn) Tuura, Hendersonville NC, Colleen (John Wicklund) Tuura, Superior WI, Erikka (Willard) Bergsten, Poplar WI, Amanda (Mustaf) Krasnici, Peoria IL, Mary (Joe) Jereczek, Seattle WA, Nicole (Josh) Horeck, Winona MN, Jason (Amy) Nutter, South Range WI, Travis (Kasey) Chapman, Iron River WI, Derek Chapman, South Range WI. Siblings: Randy (Shirley) Tuura, Maple WI, Steven (Shannon) Tuura, South Range WI, Leroy (Corrine) Landin, South Range, WI, Susan Landin-Drobot (Chris Billmaier), Boulder City NV, Janice Landin, Ladysmith WI, Kathy (Skip) Smetana, Danbury WI, Sandra (Timothy) Williams South Range WI, and Shari Landin (Robert Johnson) Bruce WI. He was proud ‘PapaBear’ to 28 grandchildren. Close family members: Uncle Dickie & Aunt Barbara, Aunt MaryAnn, Cousins John Oslund, Richard Lowney, Caroline Korhonen , all the ‘Tuura cousins’, and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Eugene & Genevieve Tuura, Gail Tuura; former wife, Marlys A. Tuura; brother, Leonard Landin; and cousins, Ken & Ron Tuura.
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Curtis Welch

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1947----1966 So sad, didn't even get a chance to see what life had in store for him.

Mary Jo Wiseman

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1947-----1966 Again so sad to loose 2 of our classmates the day after graduation. Way too soon.

Wayne Yaden

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