Let's remember all of our contemporaries who have passed on since graduation. This is assuredly not a complete record of those who have passed so please peruse the list and let us know if we are missing anyone. If you know of someone missing and have their information, please feel free to add them along with their obituary if you have it. It would be greatly appreciated.
In addition, if you have an obituary, or information for any of the ones that are not complete, kindly send it in to us and we will make sure it gets posted. Tributes are always welcomed too. Thank you very much for your assistance.
Larry was a fun-loving guy with a great sense of humor. He is deeply missed by his family and friends. He left us way too soon! Larry is survived by his sons Jamison and Jonathan (Megan); daughter Jessica; grandsons Jordan (Kari Ann), Justus, Jackson and Julian; granddaughter Jasmine; great granddaughters HaiLee and Lily; brothers Dan and Jim; sister Lynn.
Age 60, Vietnam Vet Of St. Paul, formerly of WBL Preceded in death byhis father, Lawrence H. Dellwo and niece, Jennifer. Survived by his mother, Eula Dellwo; siblings, Mark (Kathy), Bob (Barb), Kitty (Steve) Greene, Mary Dellwo, Peg Dellwo, Jim (Angie), & Dianne Dellwo; 11 nieces & nephews; 9 great nieces & nephews.
Bonny was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on January 10, 1952 and grew up in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. She graduated from White Bear High School and attended Gustavus Adolphus Academy and studied computer science at Portland State University. She married David Erickson on July 3, 1972 in a small ceremony in Los Angeles. Bonny worked at 3M and Pacific Power for many years before retiring at the age of 43 to focus on her family and her art. She moved from Portland to Dexter Oregon with her family and became an intergral part of the community, helping to both found the Dexter Library and start up the Dexter Farmer's Market. She is survived by her devoted husband David, her three loving children Faye (Erik Krippner), Naomi (Kris Kohl), and Daniel, as well as her 3 beautiful granddaughters, Sohpia, Norah, and Audra, on whom she doted. She is also survived by her parents Phylis and Bill Huck, and her sister Sandi Doane.
Passed away October 11, 2015 Born January 26th, 1952 to Robert and Evelyn Ewaldt (deceased), Linda was the eldest of seven children. Wife of Michael; cherished mother and grandmother of John (Miles, Zachary), DeAnna, Don (Emily, Brandon), Shawn (Collin, Thea). Survived by B.F.F.'s Patty and Pat. Services Sunday, October 18th at the Cremation Society of MN @ 1979 Old Hudson Road, St. Paul. Visitation at 1:00 PM, Service at 2:00, with a small reception following. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to American Lung Cancer Association.
Green, Guy G. II, age 48, of White Bear Lake, killed in a motorcycle accident. Preceded in death by his father, Guy Green and followed in death by his mother, Mona Green. Survived by his wife, Paula; children, Kim Ann (Jim) McMahon and Tim Green; step-children, Ashley and Tara Wolkerstorfer; grandchildren, Travis Green and Brendan McMahon; sisters, Suzie (John) Crownhart, Nancy Green; brother, Gregory (LuAnn) Green; many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and friends.
Rita Hall (Storelee), Age 59 On March 20, 2013 Passed away peacefully on the first day of Spring, after a courageous battle with cancer. Preceded in death by parents, Gil and Bernice; brother, Duane (Cindy). Survived by children, Jerry (Andrea), Ginny (Chris) Kelly, Tony, and Joe; grandchildren, Jack, Rain, Jerry, and Matthew; siblings, Kay (Ron) Nelson, Dick (Nancy), Joyce (Dick) Bourdaux, and Denny (Sandra); other family; many friends and coworkers. A Celebration of Life will be hosted Tuesday, 6-9 P.M., with a Memorial Service at 7:30 P.M., at the MINNESOTA ZOO TROPICS TRAIL, 13000 Zoo Boulevard, Apple Valley, MN 55124. Memorials preferred to The Pillars Patient Assistance Endowment, 1690 University Ave., Suite 250, Saint Paul, MN 55104.
Hamilton, Robert W. Son-Brother-Uncle-Friend Age 56 White Bear Lake Passed away on March 15, 2009. Preceded in death by father, Charles and brother, Mark. Survived by mother, Donna; siblings, Tom (Mary Kay), John, Jim (Jane Delage), Judy Wilson, Paul (Terri), Joe (Monica), Mary (Mick) Zampogna, Barbara (Terry) Ford, Katy; many nieces and nephews; and his dearest friends, the McKeague and Casselman families.
Jackson, Bruce J. Age 63, of White Bear Lake passed away May 30th, 2016. Survived by partner, Beth Ann; daughter, Cindy (Joe); brothers, Bill (Mary), Bob (Judy); sister, Judy (John); grandchildren, Jackson and Thomas; 7 nieces and nephews; as well as many friends.
Jolly, Elaine C. Age 60, of St. Paul Retired Hennepin County Social Work On April 26, 2012. Preceded in death by parents, Harold and Ruth Jolly. Survived by siblings, Doug (Linda), Gail (Don) Tatreau, and Dean; nieces, Nicole, Amber and Abby; and many dear friends. Elaine grew-up in White Bear Lake, then went off to college. She attended schools in Duluth, Chicago, and the University of Minnesota, earning a M.A. She worked for Hennepin County for many years and made many long lasting friends along the way. She liked to travel with family and friends. One of her favorite places was the North Shore. Elaine loved to read and belonged to a book club. She also enjoyed gardening, sewing and painting. She was very creative. Elaine had a special place in her heart for her dogs and her nieces, probably in that order. Gathering of family and friends Thursday, 5-8 P.M. at BRADSHAW, 4600 Greenhaven Drive at Highway 96 (one mile west of 35E), White Bear. Prayer Service at 7 P.M.
Linda and I were best friends! When I was on South Africa on my exchange year (1969) we kept in touch. When I got home we picked up where we left off. During the 1970 year we skipped school a lot. We went to the St. Paul library, and to a murder trial downtown! We went to Moorhead State College in 1070. She was so intelligent and a talented artist. She helped me a lot when we took philosophy together! We shared a dorm room together that year. Then we moved back to the twin cities, and ended up going separate ways. We kept in touch occasionally. I was devastated to hear of her death. It continues to be difficult at times. She was always there when I needed her. She was an amazing friend!!
From Stephen Phillips on March 21st, 2019
Linda was a brilliant, beautiful person whom I'd known since we progressed through our grade school years, together.
Along with Lucia Fellows and Jim Landkamer, we were "drafted" together in our sixth grade class as a four-some, to participate in Hamlin Hagander's masters thesis - a program that was utterly invalidated and futile, as he merely handed out the extensive materials and never followed through with the group meetings and discussions that were mandated).
Quiet, reserved, she was nonetheless brilliant, with a wry sense of humor.
Several years after graduation, I tried to look her up - only to discover to my abject horror and devastation, that (at the age of 23) she had passed on January 22, 1975 - the victim of her "husband", who took her life before ending his own.
I often reflect on that tragedy, and will always wonder if things might have been different, had I kept in touch...
Linda, you are sorely missed and much loved by many.
Beloved Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt and Friend Debbie Ann Shearen passed away on March 15, 2019. She died peacefully surrounded by her loving family. Debbie was born October 20, 1951 in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is preceded in death by her parents, Leo A. Nontelle (Sharky) and Norma A. Nontelle; her husband, Jim; and her son Jimmy. She is survived by her son, Matthew. Debbie was the oldest of five siblings. Surviving her are Linda Anderson, Jaclyn Grey, Madeline Schuhmacher (Curtis) and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death by two months, was her brother, Joseph Nontelle (Jane). Debbie was a very social, loving, optimistic, generous and kind person. She married her high school sweetheart, Jim Shearen, in 1973. Debbie was a dedicated employee who worked at US Bank and retired after 40 years of exemplary service. After Jim died, Debbie joined the Grief Support Group in Forest Lake. She did this for many years to provide moral support to others who were grieving. Debbie also did volunteer work at Eagle Brook church working in the administrative office. Debbie loved playing the card game "500" with family and friends. She enjoyed going to the Senior Center in Forest Lake where she was a regular weekly card player. She met and made many good friends there. Debbie loved spending time watching movies, working in her beautiful garden, and feeding the birds. After retirement, Debbie began traveling all over the United States on bus tours with her good friends. They visited Hawaii, California, Missouri, Montana, Connecticut, Arizona, Utah and many other states in the last ten years. She had many happy and memorable family reunions with her sisters, brother and sister-in law Jane at Roosevelt Lake, MN. Debbie was a devoted wife, mother, sister and friend. She will be greatly missed by all the lives she touched. Memorial Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Mattson Funeral Home, 343 North Shore Drive, Forest Lake. The family will greet friends from 9:00 a.m., until the time of service at the funeral home. Interment at Calvary Cemetery, Forest Lake. www.mattsonfuneralhome.com
Age 62 of Blaine. Passed away on August 3, 2014 after a courageous battle with heart disease and complications from cancer. Preceded in death by parents, Lorraine and Leo, Sr. and brother, Steve. Survived by children, Jody (Andy) Martin, Taylor (Kali B.) Boston, Tara (Rick L.) Boston and Tamra Boston; grandchildren, Andrew, Stephanie, Elizabeth and Ayden; siblings, Rick (Bonnie), David (Gretchen), Wendy Tentis and Mark (Michelle); wife, Pam; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Visitation 10 AM with Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church, 4741 Bald Eagle Ave., White Bear Lake. Interment St. Mary of the Lake Cemetery, WBL. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the family.
John was my best friend growing up just a couple of doors down from our house. They moved in around 4th grade and we spent many hours and days playing football, baseball, golfing and swimming at the beach. One of the nicest guys you'd ever want to meet, he always had your back. I still miss him to this day. RIP old friend....
William was born on April 23, 1952 and passed away on Wednesday, January 11, 2017. William was a resident of White Bear Lake, Minnesota at the time of passing. He graduated in 1970, and then enlisted in the United States Army.
There will be a gathering for Billy�s family and friends from 4-7PM on Monday January 16 2017 at Mueller Memorial 4738 Bald Eagle Ave. White Bear Lake. There will be a second visitation on Tuesday January 17 2017 from 10AM until the 11AM Mass at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church 4741 Bald Eagle Ave. White Bear Lake. Military honors and prayers will take place at Fort Snelling National Cemetery with a reception following at the White Bear Lake VFW.In lieu of flowers memorials are appreciated to the Sharing and Caring Hands at 525 North 7th Street Minneapolis MN 55405.