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Her obit:

Ruth Ann Ellingboe Anderson Stabler, a 24 year resident of Fort Collins, Colorado, passed from this world into her Heavenly home on November 9, 2009. She joins her father, mother, sister, brother, and a granddaughter. Ruth was a friend to all who knew her and she will be remembered with great fondness and love.

Born September 11, 1943 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Ruth lived a full life with family, friends and a deep love of the creative arts. When she was not creating art, she was dedicated to teaching others to fulfill their creative dreams.

Ruth was a devoted wife to Stephen, her husband for 28 years; a loving mother to her children, Roxanne Stegmeier, Greer Sally, Jennifer Polsinelli, Jeffrey Anderson and their spouses; and beloved grandmother to 8 grandchildren, and 6 great grandchildren. Ruth is also survived by her brothers, Thomas and Russell Ellingboe.

We will always treasure her place in our hearts and lives. 
ELLINGBOE, Ruth Ann (I3143)

His obit in the StarTribune:

Boline, Dale M. Age 94 of Minnetonka, MN passed away Monday, July 5, 2021. Dale graduated from Central High School where he made many lifelong friends. He joined the US Navy and was in training to become a pilot when WWII ended. He then attended Miami University in Ohio before getting married to Joan Chartier. He was an exemplary son, brother, husband, father, uncle, grandpa, and great-grandpa and was deeply loved by everyone who knew him. He was one in a million, and a proud member of the Greatest Generation. He led a very active and engaging life that was full of adventure and laughter, and we were all blessed to have him in our lives. He was adored by each and every one of us, and will be greatly missed by family and friends alike. Dale was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 67 years, Joan (Chartier) Boline, and son-in-law Ron Bermel. He is survived by his children Glen (Kitty), Sue Bermel, Chuck (Ann), David (Polly), Patrick (Erin); grandchildren Ryan (Rachel), Sarah (Balázs), David, Emily, Benjamin (Natosha), Lucas (Annie), Brent, Katie (Dan), Jake, Joshua, Gillian, Aidan; 11 great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law Jean (Ron) Berg, Jeanette Guzy, and many other family and friends. 
BOLINE, Dale Myron (I30440)

His obit:

Mandus Richard Olson, 72, formerly of Fergus Falls, died Saturday, Dec. 22, 2007, of Oro Valley, Ariz., surrounded by his five children who helped him transition to the heavens.

Mandy was born on July 13, 1935, to Otto and Effie Olson, in Maplewood Township, and was raised in Fergus Falls. It was there he met LaDonna Bloch, who became his wife of 53 years. Together they welcomed five beautiful souls into this world: Kim, Kathy, Kory, Karla, and Kristopher.

In 1959, Mandy started M R Olson Trucking, building the business into a successful enterprise. Over the course of his business life he expanded his truck fleet and three of his children participated in various aspects of the business operations.

In addition to maintaining his business, Mandy was cognizant of the needs of his fellow truck drivers working in the industry. As a member, and for a period of time president, of the Minnesota Independent Truckers Association, he vigorously lobbied on their behalf at the Minnesota Legislature for eight years. He was instrumental in the creation of numerous bills that passed into law that helped to improve the lives of truck drivers living in Minnesota.

After enjoying enormous success with his truck business, Mandy retired and sold M R Olson Trucking at the age of 47. However, unwilling to rest on his laurels, Mandy embarked on a new endeavor, M R's Used Cars, which offered inexpensive transportation to individuals with limited resources. During this period he also sponsored a women's softball team.

Mandy participated in numerous activities throughout his life. He was a Boy Scout and eventually moved on to become leader of the Explorers. He used his experience to help his two sons and grandson become successful in the Boy Scouts program.

Mandy was an enthusiastic hunter, taking trips to Northhome in northern Minnesota on a yearly basis. He was also an avid fisherman, taking trips to Canada and Mexico. Mandy was fond of the ocean, and took numerous cruises with his loved ones over the course of his life.

Mandy is reunited in the heavens with those individuals who preceded him, including his parents; three sisters, Olga, Gladys and Eunice; and two brothers, Weldon and Otto.

Individuals he left behind include his wife of 53 years, LaDonna Olson; three sons, Kim of Fort Pierce, Fla., Kory of Anoka and Kristopher of Phoenix, Ariz.; two daughters, Kathy (Begin) of Maple Grove and Karla (Pavek) of Maple Grove; six grandchildren, Sarah, Breanna, Ryan, Kayla, Jenna, Alexander; and a large extended family of cousins, nieces and nephews.

The funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Maple Grove, with visitation at 1 p.m. prior to the service. 
OLSON, Mandus Richard (I8936)

Howard "Howie" E. Hanson, age 80, of Luck, WI, formerly of St. Paul Park, MN, passed away April 12, 2017 in Amery, WI.

Howie was born in New Market, MN on November 18, 1936. He married the love of his life, Carol Thompson on March 3, 1956 and they were married 60+ years until her death on July 23, 2016.

He is survived by his children, Michael (Susan) Hanson of Brooklyn Park, MN, Pamela (David) Edwards of Augusta, WI, Karen (Joseph) Roberts of Osecola, WI, John Hanson of Cottage Grove, MN, Lisa (Thomas) Schaeffer of Apple Valley, MN, James Hanson of Apple Valley, MN and Ben Hanson of Eagan, MN; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-granddaughter; siblings, John (Shirley) Hanson, Caroline (Ray) Linder, Vivian Christy, Juleen (Marlyn) Jeske, Vernon Hanson, Henry Hanson, Deanna Clevenger; many nieces, nephews and friends.

He is preceded in death by wife, Carol; siblings, Selmer Hanson, Ernest Hanson, Marion Amacker, Esther Burnell, and David Hanson.

Howie worked as a machinist at American Hoist & Derrick and Waterous Company for a combined 30 years. He was always willing to help his family and friends wherever he could. He loved his family very much and he also loved and lived his life according to the word of his God Jehovah.

Memorial services will be held at The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 228 1st Avenue East, Milltown, WI, on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. 
HANSON, Howard Eldon (I8306)

In 1995, he lived in Phoenix with Sylvia.

Living in Anchorage, Alaska, at the time of his mother’s death in 1993, according to her obituary. He also had a couple of addresses in Anchorage in the mid-1990s. No other names were included with him in Anchorage.

Memorial services for Arthur Hendrickson, 75

Memorial services for Arthur Hendrickson, 75, of the Onamia/Milaca area will be held today, Thursday, March 6, 2008 at 3 p.m. at Peterson-Johnson Funeral Home in Milaca.

Luncheon will follow at the Milaca American Legion.

According to Find A Grave:

Art was the third of four children born to his parents, Arthur Clarence Hendrickson and Gertrude Nellie June (nee Anderson) Hendrickson. He had 3 sisters. Art was affectionately referred to as 'Art Jr' and his father as 'Art Sr' (their middle names differed). Art was age 75 when he passed.

Art was a housepainter. He spent some of his adult life living in Anchorage, Alaska. Art was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters Joyce Hendrickson and Patricia (nee Hendrickson) Bates, and his wife Sylvia. He is survived by three daughters, 3 step-daughters, a sister Barbara (nee Hendrickson) Elliott, and three half-brothers.

Art is also survived by his first spouse, Wilma Jean Gross, and their daughter, Karen Fae Hendrickson McCracken.

A memorial service for Art was held on Thursday, March 6, 2008, at 3:00 PM, at Peterson-Johnson Funeral Home in Milaca. 
HENDRICKSON, Arthur Charles (I518)

In the 1910 census, he was living with his mother, Sarah Jacobus, grandmother, and step-sister in the city of Ashton, Spinks County, South Dakota. He was a jeweler and had been employed for all 12 months of the previous year.

His wife Eliza Ada Marsh was the informant for his death certificate. He died at home, 1827 14th Avenue South, Minneapolis, of tuberculosis, heart failure, and general exhaustion. He was a jeweler. His father was Isaac Marsh and his mother was Sarah Boger. 
MARSH, George Ernest (I4530)

In the 1910 census, she has had three children, two still living.

Bertha filed for divorce from Oscar on 9 Nov 1921. 
JOHNSON, Bertha (I4223)

In the 1928 and 1929 Minneapolis city directories, he was a messenger for Sears Roebuck & Co. He lived with his brother at 3926 25th Avenue S.

In the 1930 city directory, he was a stockman for Sears. He and Iver still lived at 3936 25th Avenue S.

In the 1943 La Crosse city directory, he and Pearle lived at 111 S 9th, apartment 101. Knute was a salesman, Pearle was a clerk for the National Youth Administration.

In the 1945 and 1950 La Crosse directories, he was a salesman. He and Pearle lived at 1139 Main.

In the 1953, 1955, and 1956 La Crosse directories, he was a salesman for Janney Semple Hill. He lived at 2617½ Main.

In the 1959 La Crosse city directory, Knute and Florence live at 2116 Redfield. Knute is a salesman.

His obit says that he came to the U. S. in 1924. He and his (second) wife lived in La Crosse before moving to Oelwein. “Survivors are his wife; three sons, Kenneth of Lake Jackson, Texas, John of Wichita, Kansas, and David of Oelwein; five grandchildren; two brothers, Iver of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Bjarne of Vang, Valdres, Norway; two sisters, Ragna Midtsveen of Oslo, Norway, and Birit Laklien of Deset, Norway. He was preceded in death by three brothers.” 
SØNDROL, Knute Olsen (I3692)

In the 1930 census, he was 23 year-old “Julin Toss”, an unmarried hired man on the Henry Reierson farm in Isabel Twp, Benson County, North Dakota. 
TOSO, Julian (I9815)

In the 1930 census, he was living at home on the family farm with his parents and siblings.

In the 1940 census, he and Aida lived in Viroqua. He had an eighth grade education Aida had had 4 years of college. They owned their home, worth $10,000, at 309 West Broadway. Halvor was a farmer and live stock buyer. Aida was a public school teacher.

According to his obit, he was “a lifetime farmer and stock buyer.” He “died unexpectedly … while loading livestock on a farm near Coon Valley.” 
ALLNESS, Halvor Christopher (I844)

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