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In the 1940 census (indexed as Tuckman), she and Lloyd and Kenneth live in Savage in a house they own worth $2500. Lloyd is an assistant manager engaged in farming. Beulah had an eighth-grade education, Lloyd had had one year of high school.

Luckman, Beulah G. Age 93, of Northfield. Preceded by her husband of 70 years, Lloyd; and son, Kenneth. Survived by 4 children, Carol Brenner of Philadelphia, Edwin (Rev. Peggy) of Tillamook, OR, Sharon Ann Satre of St. Paul, and Charles of Northfield; daughter-in-law, Sylvia Luckman of Faribault; 13 grand & 12 great-grandchildren; sister, Evelyn (Gaylord) Horwath of Faribault; sister-in-law, Jeanette Severson of Roseville.

Beulah Genevieve Ellingboe Luckman was born May 25, 1915, at home in New Market Township, Scott County, Minnesota, to Ole and Rose (Thompson) Ellingboe. She was baptized on July 3, 1915, and confirmed on June 30, 1930, at Christiania Lutheran Church. She attended Lakeville schools. On June 17, 1936, she was united in marriage with Lloyd Winfield Luckman at Christiania Lutheran Church. After marriage they farmed in the Lakeville and Crystal Lake areas and then near Castle Rock. In 1960, they moved to Northfield and Beulah worked as a nurses aid. From the mid 1960's until the late 1970's she worked in food service at St. Olaf College. Lloyd passed away December 27, 2006. Beulah was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church where she had been active in Circle, Ladies Aid, as a Sunday School teacher, and helping serve at funerals. She enjoyed quilting, crocheting and sewing. She was a kind, good hearted Christian, and she loved her family dearly.

Survivors include 4 children: Carol Brenner of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Edwin and wife Rev. Peggy of Tillamook, Oregon, Sharon Ann Satre of St. Paul, Charles of Northfield; her daughter-in-law, Sylvia Luckman of Faribault; 13 grandchildren: Darla (Alex) Hanson, Steven Luckman, Susan (Ed) Narewski, Donna (Ed) Gensemer, James Brenner, Brandon (Julie) Luckman, Michael and Joseph Satre, William, Ryan, Genevie, Bridget and Cheyenne Luckman; 12 great-grandchildren; one sister, Evelyn and husband Gaylord Horwath of Faribault; her sister-in-law, Jeanette Severson of Roseville; nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband of 70 years, Lloyd; her son, Kenneth; her parents; 3 brothers: Edwin, Art and Oscar Ellingboe; and 3 sisters: Helen Henry, Ruby Linderholm and Jeanette Menne.

Beulah passed away Saturday evening, October 11, 2008, at the Northfield Hospital at the age of 93.

Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M. Thursday, October 16, 2008, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Northfield with Rev. Mark Johnson officiating. Music will provided by Randy Ellingboe and Alexandra Smith.  Interment will be in Northfield Cemetery. Casket bearers will be James Brenner, Edwin, Charles, Brandon, Steve, William and Ryan Luckman, Michael and Joseph Satre. Visitation will be 5-7PM Wednesday, October 15, 2008, at the Benson & Langehough Funeral Home in Northfield. Visitation will continue on Thursday at the church one hour prior to the service.

Beulah had 14 grandchildren, not 13. 
ELLINGBOE, Beulah Genevieve (I3239)

In the 1940 census, she was a lodger with Arthur and his family in Minneapolis.

She was Arthur’s widow. She died of colon cancer. Her residence was in South Harbor Twp, Mille Lacs County. The informant for her death certificate was Mrs. Donna M. Hendrickson of Rt. 1, Onamia. 
PETRIN, Anna Marie (I4313)
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BROMAN, R.R. (I34201)

In the 1956 Beloit city directory, he is probably the Clifford M Olson, machine operator for Fairbanks-Morse, who lives at 1009 3rd.

In the 1959 Rockford, Illinois, city directory, he is probably the Clifford M Olson, machine operator for J I Case, who lives at 1418 Sandy Hollow Road.

Lived at 9535 Gary Dr, Machesney Park, Illinois.

Clifford M. Olson, 87, of Machesney Park, IL, passed away on Tuesday, December 26, 2023, at Riverbluff Nursing Home in Rockford. Clifford was born in Soldiers Grove, WI, to Odin and Clara Olson on October 10, 1936. Clifford enjoyed fishing, restoring old cars, snowmobiling, and playing card games. He loved his family very much, and was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.

He is survived by his children, Randy Olson and Robin Olson; grandchildren, Stacy (Tracy) Young, Scott (Sarah) Olson, Jessica (David) Krabbe, and Hali Nichols; great-grandchildren, Autumn Anderson, Zackery Anderson, Devan Olson, Samuel Olson, Myah Krabbe, and Eliana Krabbe.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Olson; parents, Odin and Clara; son, Roy Olson; daughter-in-law, Kathy Olson. 
OLSON, Clifford M (I4246)

In the 1957 and 1958 Cedar Rapids directories, Trudy was a student living at home with her parents.

Her obit:

Trudy Wasson (Sondrol)??Age 71, born May 25, 1938, in Minneapolis. Died December 28, 2009, at Methodist Hospital, St. Louis Park, MN from complications following heart surgery. Survived by husband, Boyd, daughter Julie (Pete) Baird, Plainfield, IL, sons Mark, Seattle, WA, and Eric (Janine), Cedar Rapids, IA. Grandchildren Duncan and Reilly Baird, and Justin and Kristin Wasson. Also her brothers Harold, Cedar Rapids, IA, and Iver, Jr. (Karen) Phoenix, AZ. Preceded in death by her parents Iver and Evelyn (Oas) Sondrol and her son, Tom.??Trudy was raised and completed high school in Cedar Rapids. While attending Iowa State University, she met and married Boyd, March 1, 1959. The next few years were busy with the arrival of three of her four children, all the while she ran a thriving dressmaking business from her home so she could be at home to raise her kids and help her husband through college.??After a trip to Norway, Trudy decided to learn Rosemaling (a decorative form of Norwegian oil painting) so that she could paint "something" for her Norwegian parents. Trudy not only learned, but excelled, winning the prestigious Vesterheim Gold Medal. She went on to author two books, numerous pattern designs, and teach this beautiful art form all across the country. Several of her pieces are in the museum.??In the 1980's, the real estate business beckoned. She became an agent, spending most of her 21 year career at Re/Max Results in Eden Prairie. Though a transplant to the area, she soon established herself as a dominant force in the market through unwavering determination and dedication to her clients. If Trudy was your realtor, you were taken care of...all the way.??In the early 2000's, Trudy took up quilting as a way to unwind from real estate. But as was her nature, dabbling, it was not. She began entering the Paducah quilt show, the grand-daddy of them all. She's had seven quilts in the show, winning 1st place for Traditional Wall two years back. Two of her quilts are now part of the National Quilt Museum's collection. She began Generations Quilt Patterns with her daughter in 2006 and has been designing ever since.??Memorial Service 11am Tuesday, January 5, with visitation one hour before at Faith Presbyterian Church, 12007 Excelsior Blvd., Minnetonka, MN.
SONDROL, Gertrude Emelie (Trudy) (I9168)

JANESVILLE-- Kenneth O. Nundahl, age 77, of 1456 S. Washington, passed away on Friday, June 10, 2005, at Mercy Hospital. He was born on Feb. 19, 1928 in Vernon Co. and was the son of Carl and Merle (Crook) Nundahl. Kenneth served in the US Army in Korea. He married Connie Skrede in 1954 in Viroqua, WI. Kenneth retired from Fairbanks Morse Co., in 1993, after having been employed there for 43 years. Ken loved collecting old miniature cars, watching TV, and doing crossword puzzles. He was a member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.

He is survived by his wife, Connie; a son, Michael (Kristy) Nundahl of Beloit, WI; 3 daughters: Jacqueline Nundahl , Susan Olmsted and Kathy (Rick) Cole all of Janesville; 8 grandchildren; 2 brothers, Merlin Nundahl of Beloit and Donnie (Janus) Nundahl of Richland Center; 5 sisters: Eileen Mikkelson of Westby, WI, Marlene Carrel of Janesville, Norma Pierce of Onalaska, WI, Martha (Mel) Brewer of Janesville and Judy (Gene) Collins of Boaz, WI. He was preceded by his parents; 2 brothers, Ivan (Bubba) Nundahl and Selmer Nundahl; and a grandson, Jason Nundahl.

Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 15, 2005 at the SCHNEIDER APFEL SCHNEIDER & SCHNEIDER Funeral Home, with Rev Larry Kula officiating. Interment will be in the Milton Lawns Memorial Park. Friends may call on Tuesday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the SCHNEIDER APFEL SCHNEIDER & SCHNEIDER Funeral Home.

Kenneth enlisted in the U.S. Army in Chicago on May 29, 1946.

In the 1951 city directory for Beloit, Wisconsin, Kenneth is a machinist for Fairbanks-Morse. He lives at 1711 Porter Avenue.

In the 1954 Beloit directory, he is still a machinist for Fairbanks-Morse but now he lives at 2120 Riverside Drive.

In the 1956 Janesville city directory, he is a machinist with Fairbanks-Morse and lives with his wife, Constance M, and brother Donald L, at 916 Mineral Point Avenue.

In the 1958 Janesville city directory, he is a machinist for Fairbanks-Morse. He and Constance M live at 1703 S Willard Avenue. Connie works for Glenoit Mills.

In the 1960 Janesville city directory, Kenneth and Constance live at 1456 S Washington. Kenneth is a machinist for Fairbanks-Morse in Beloit. Kenneth’s brother Merlin, a teacher in Beloit, lives at the same address. 
NUNDAHL, Kenneth Obert (I223)

Jim Ellingboe passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 with his family beside him after a two-year struggle with lymphoma.

Jim was born in 1937 in Wilmington, Delaware and attended DuPont High School. Despite disliking school, he was precocious and curious, creating his own experiments at home and learning to take things apart and put them together again. He met with some success, winning first prize at the State Science Fair in Delaware (and second prize nationally), and achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Jim attended Oberlin College and studied abroad in Geneva, Switzerland, followed by earning a Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Harvard Medical School. He worked as a biochemical researcher at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden where he met his wife of 46 years, Karin. They married in Stockholm in 1967 and had their first child, a daughter Randi, the following year. The young family soon moved to the U. S., first living in the San Diego area, and then settling in Massachusetts where their children Christopher and Anna were born. Jim directed research laboratories first at Boston City Hospital and then for 21 years at the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center at McLean Hospital. As an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard, he worked with graduate students, many of whom kept in contact with him over the years as their careers unfolded. Later in his career, Jim served as the scientific editor of the magazines BioTechniques and Peptide Research, where he continued to make use of his extensive network in the research community.

Jim was a man of strong beliefs. These were borne out in his many community involvements as well as in his devoted care and support of family, friends, and colleagues. As a young man, he became a convinced Friend (Quaker) and registered as a conscientious objector. He was an active member of Acton Friends Meeting and served on the permanent board of the New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. His perspective was defined by a life-long curiosity, and in the tradition of his Norwegian farmer forebears, he was an intrepid do-it-yourself man. He enjoyed the never ending task of home improvement, insisting on completing most work by himself, and sharing these values and skills with his children. As a testament to his deep appreciation of nature, Jim served on the Littleton Conservation Commission and supported environmental protection organizations. He maintained a quiet friendship with the lonely swan of Matawanakee Lake, and always had binoculars available to enjoy and share the wonders of nature. Jim was an avid photographer of the natural world, especially during travels to Scandinavia and canoeing and camping trips in Maine. In Jim’s free time he indulged his hobby of genealogical research. He reestablished connections with his distant relations in Norway, and regularly corresponded and created family reunions with these relatives. He developed a large database of historical information, served as an information resource for many Ellingboe descendants, and attended and presented at gatherings of Norwegian heritage associations in the U.S. Midwest.

Jim is remembered with love and gratitude by his wife, three children, sister, three grandchildren, extended family and a wide circle of friends. His peaceful, humble, and loving nature will be deeply missed. 
ELLINGBOE, James (I2303)

Jody Marie (Rostad) Gladson, 47, of Rochester, Minn., died Monday, Aug. 13, 2018. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Aug. 18 at Oakwood Cemetery, Rochester.
Jody Marie Rostad was born on May 17, 1971, in Rochester to Lyle and Karen (Wheeler) Rostad. After high school, she went on to become a home health aide. On Feb. 14, 1997, she was united in marriage to David Bruce Gladson of Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Jody is survived by her mother, Karen of Rochester, Minn., and mother-in-law, Lois (Shike) Gladson of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; a brother, Les (April) Rostad of Rochester, Minn.; two brothers-in-law, Steve (Deb) Gladson and Larry (Julie) Gladson, both of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; nieces and nephews, Sonya, Freya and Bjorn Rostad of Rochester, Minn., Lindsay (Ben) Blood and children Kaelynne and Ryker of Marion, Kim (Nick) Kray and children Jackson and Nora of Olathe, Kan., Matt (Erica) Gladson of Palo and Marc (Carolyn) Gladson of Cedar Rapids.
She was preceded in death by her husband, David; father, Lyle; and father-in-law, Richard. 
ROSTAD, Jody Marie (I39954)

Joseph (Joe) Docken, Jr., age 88, passed away peacefully on June 17, 2022 at the Northfield Retirement Community, with his family at his side.

Joe, son of Joseph and Lillian Docken, was born in Northfield on June 26, 1933. He married Lorna (Meyer) on June 30, 1962. He raised and nurtured a family of five, tended his family’s farm homestead and served the Solor Lutheran Church community for decades. He was passionate about baseball, following the Minnesota Twins, playing baseball on the DRS league and coaching Webster Town & Country. He was a dedicated worker, engaged in farming and Fredrickson Cement. As stated by his teacher, Ruben Hovland, in 1951, “Joe displays a good clean character. His thoughts, words and actions are always a compliment to his home and family.” He displayed his character until his last day.

Joe is survived by his wife, Lorna; daughters, Lorie (Bob Batyko) and Jody (Darren) Curl; sons, Kevin (Nada), Jim (Tiffany) and Mark; ten grandchildren; one great granddaughter; and his twin sister, JoAnn (Meinke). He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Nordis (Meinke) and Jerome. 
DOCKEN, Joseph Lawrence (I1726)

Larry D. McKittrick, age 68, of Warrens, Wisconsin, passed away Thursday, January 04, 2018, at his home. He was born April 25, 1949, to Arland and Dorothy (Ekum) McKittrick.

He was united in marriage to Sara (Hanson); together they had 3 sons, Ryan, Todd and Kyle. Larry enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, attending a wrestling tournament, or spending time with his friends and family.

He is survived by his mother, Dorothy, his sons, Ryan of Elroy, Todd of Ashland and Kyle (Sara Niebuhr) of Tomah, grandchildren, Nolan McKittrick, Colin McKittrick, Brooklyn McKittrick, Micayla Williams, Ethan Mckuen, Brennan McKittrick, Logan McKittrick, Alexis Hedding, Ellie McKittrick, Henry McKittrick, a brother, Tom McKittrick and a sister, Ellen (Bob) Miller, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Sara, twin sister Arlana, grandchild Dylan, and his father, Arland. 
MCKITTRICK, Larry D (I840)

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