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September 12, 2012
WESTBROOK, Minnesota (STPNS) -- Barbara Hoyt
Private family services for Barbara A. Hoyt were held at the Walnut Grove City Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com.
Barbara, 87 of Walnut Grove died on Saturday, September 1, 2012.
Barbara was born on October 10, 1924 to Robert and Lula (Sackreiter) Hageman in Sanborn, MN. She was a graduate of Sanborn High School. Barbara and Lauren Hoyt were married on October 7, 1945 in Sanborn.
Survivors include her husband, Lauren; children: Scott (Vicki) Hoyt of White Bear Lake, MN; Julie Nelson of Cape Coral, FL; Lisa (Ric) Sell of Walnut Grove; two grandsons, Dr. Casey (Amy) Nelson, DDS of Minneapolis, MN; and Tim Sell of Marshall, MN.
Preceding her in death were her parents and brother, Robert.
Clifton “Cliffie” John Cundy
Funeral services for Clifton “Cliffie” John Cundy with full military honors was held Friday, August 24, 2012 at Hamilton Funeral Home, Marshall, MN. Burial was at St. Paul’s Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Walnut Grove. Online condolences may be sent to www.hamiltonfh.com.
Clifton “Cliff/Cliffie” Cundy, age 68, of Marshall, died Monday, August 20, 2012 at Avera Regional Medical Center in Marshall.
Clifton “Cliffie” John Cundy was born August 1, 1944 in Mitchell, SD to Edwin and Florence (Herron) Cundy. He attended Mitchell schools and then entered the US Navy. He was stationed in California, served in Vietnam and honorably discharged. Throughout his life, he worked for Chicago Northwestern Railroad, Electrolux and Viessman Trucking. Cliff enjoyed golfing, karaoke, Nascar racing, flea markets and socializing with family and friends.
Survivors include his wife, Kay (Rys) Cundy, Marshall; daughters, Candy (Bill) Weinreis and Crystal (Arturo) Garcia, all of Huron, SD; six grandchildren, Lavin, Drew and Jessalyn Weinreis, Huron, SD and Kevin, Cory and Tonya Swedal, Alexandria; four great-grandchildren, Anahi, Tyson, Braxton, Armani, Alexandria; brother, Larry (and Terri) Cundy, Sioux Falls, SD; and many nieces and nephews.
Preceding him in death were his parents; brother, Bruce; sister, Brenda Dawson; half-brother, Eugene; half-sister, Lucille Mamphier; and grandson, Derek Weinreis.
Gary William Kosel
Funeral service for Gary William Kosel was held Thursday, September 6, 2012 at the Southbrook Baptist Church in Wadena. Interment followed at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Eagle Bend, MN. Share on-line condolences at www.dennisfuneralhome.com
Gary died suddenly after a brief illness at Essentia Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota, on September 2, 2012.
Gary William Kosel was born October 22, 1957, at Westbrook, Minnesota, to Willmar and Alma Kosel. He grew up on the family farm and graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1976. Gary married Janice Crider on June 18, 1983, at Immanuel Baptist Church in Westbrook.
Gary loved the farm and assumed responsibility for it at a young age. He and Jan sold the farm shortly after their marriage and moved to Moorhead and then to Walker, where they have lived for the past twenty-one years.
Gary was a kind and gentle man whose foremost desire was to faithfully honor and serve his Lord. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior at the age of seven and grew in his walk with Christ as a boy, teenager and young man at Immanuel Baptist Church. He and Jan have always been active in service and leadership in the local churches where God has placed them. Gary loved to study God’s Word and was an excellent Bible teacher. He also served as a deacon, and his Godly wisdom and counsel were a blessing to many. He and Jan tirelessly and unselfishly served and supported many; family, friends, church members and missionaries around the world.
Survivors include his wife, Jan; sister, Marsha (Eric) Goslovich; nephew, Andrew (Joyanna) Goslovich; niece, Sarah Goslovich and great-niece, Elikia Goslovich; Jan’s parents, LaVern and Genny Crider, and her brothers and sisters and their families.
Preceding him in death were his parents, Willmar and Alma Kosel, and by his nephew, Joey Goslovich.
Ramona Mae Noomen
Funeral service for Ramona Noomen was First Reformed Church in Slayton, MN on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 with Rev. Mark Ellens officiating. Interment was at Slayton Memorial Gardens, Slayton, MN. To send condolences visit totzkefuneralhome.com.
Ramona died on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at the Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD at the age of 81.
Ramona Noomen was born on April 12, 1931 in Corsica, South Dakota to Joseph and Cora Slykhuis Scholten. In 1944 the family moved to Sibley, IA and Ramona graduated from Sibley High School in 1949. Following high school Ramona worked at Ben Franklin in Sibley. On February 14, 1951 she and Lawrence Noomen were married at the First Reformed Church in Sibley. Following their marriage they farmed near Dovray, MN. Ramona worked as Dietary Supervisor at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Westbrook for 35 years. They retired in 2001 but remained on the farm until 2010 when they moved to The Meadows in Worthington, MN. She was a member of the First Reformed Church in Slayton where she was very active with the women’s organizations. Ramona was active in 4-H as a youth and served as County President. While she raised her family, she continued to be active as an adult 4-H leader. Ramona enjoyed visiting with friends, embroidering, needle work, her flowers and vegetable gardens, cooking and canning. She loved spending time with her family.
Survivors include her husband, Lawrence Noomen, Worthington, MN; children and their spouses, LeAnn (Les) Hellewell, Newark, CA, Larry (Kari) Noomen, Zephyr Cove, NV, Loretta (Francis) Gervais, Currie, MN, Lynelle (Jeff) Lanoue, Alexandria, MN, Lowell (Diana) Noomen, Rock Springs, WY, and Loren Noomen of Champlin, MN, 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, brother, Wallace (Ardis) Scholten, Worthington, MN, and sister, Phyllis (Robert)Rook, Sheldon, IA.
Preceding her in death were her parents, and one son-in-law, Keith Mattison.
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