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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RI ;CORD Wednesday, May 8, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Hildur Benson Funeral services for Hildur Benson was held Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at Immanuel Baptist Church in Westbrook. Burial was in Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www. stephensfuneralservice.com. Hildur Maria (Anderson) Benson age 93 of Westbrook died Monday, April 29, 2013 at Westbrook Good Samaritan. Hildur Maria Anderson was born March 7, 1920 in Moline, Illinois to Swan Martin and Ebba Florence (Klingberg) Anderson. She attend- ed Northwestern Bible College. On June 13, 1949 Hildur was unit- ed in marriage to C. Rodney Benson in Trenton, Wisconsin. Survivors include her children: Rebecca Benson of Richfield, Kyle Benson of Griswold, IA, Thomas (Marilyn) Benson of Watertown, SD, and Lois (Dana) Nyquist of Golden Valley; grandchildren Ann Marie (Alvin) Esh, Erik (Julie) Benson, Kelly Benson, Sarah Benson, Jane Nyquist, and Abigail Nyquist; great grandchildren: Shalom, Kendal, and Giovanni; and sister Ruth (Anderson) Urban. Preceding her in death were her mother and father, husband, sisters Elite Loquist Damewood and Esther Wesenberg, and brother Martin Anderson. Frances Jorgenson Funeral services for Frances Jorgenson was held, Saturday, May 4, 2013 at Grace Lutheran Church, Westbro'ok. Burial was in the Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Frances Anna (Vosberg) Jorgenson, 80, Westbrook died at her home Monday, April 29, 2013. She was born August 22, 1932 in Dovray Township, MN, to Lawrence and Martha (Cohrs) Vosberg. She was baptized on September 18, 1932 and con- firmed on April 14, 1946. Frances attended District #31 and #105, and graduated from Westbrook High School. On June 12, 1950 she was married to LeMoyne Kenneth Jorgenson in Dovray Township. Frances' heart was her family. She loved, enjoyed, and nurtured her husband, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren by leaving a legacy of faith, generosity, service, compassion, hospitality, wisdom, con- viction, loyalty, and devotion. Frances was truly the hands and feet of Jesus. Frances served her church as a Sunday School and VBS teacher, and WELCA member. She was actively involved in Church Council, Bible Study and Mission Action, and as a prayer chain leader. She enjoyed baking, cake decorating, ceram- ics, gardening and canning, crocheting, and knitting. Frances loved painting, refurbishing furniture, sewing and quilting, and playing the piano and organ. Survivors include her husband LeMoyne Jorgenson; children: Bruce (Joan) Jorgenson, Westbrook, Kathy (Dale) Schmidt, Garyn, David (Laurel) Jorgenson, Westbrook, Susan (Steven) Schmitt, Long Lake, Joanne (Gordon) Cannon, Calgary, Alberta, and James (Nikki) Jorgenson, Westbrook; grandchildren: Ryan (Amy) Jorgenson, Sara (Levi) Sanders, Christopher Schmidt, Nichole (Jason) Swan, Stacie (David) Rentschler, Eric (Manda) Jorgenson; Scott (Jessie) Jorgenson, Amy (Paul) Kubista, Renae (Robert) Von Kaenel, Kelly Schmitt, Victoria Cannon, Blake Cannon, Jack Jorgenson, and Katherine Jorgenson; 22 great grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her parents; son lon Paul; grandson Lee Jon Schmidt; brother Leo Vosberg, sister Arlene Lintner. 65/46 Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 60s and lows in the mid 40s. 67144 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 6Os and lows in the mid 40s. 53/36 More sun than clouds. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the mid 30s. .:: 50142 Abundant sunshine. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 40s. 71152 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 50s. Regina Sorenson Funeral services for Regina Sorenson were held Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Albright United Methodist Church, Marshall. Interment was in the Lynd Cemetery. Condolences can be sent to www. hamiltonfh.com Regina Sorenson, 93, Marshall, died Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at the Westbrook Good Samaritan Center. Regina Rose Tholen, the daugh- ter of Hubert and Bertha (Goodman) Tholen was born on July 2, 1919 in Minneota, MN. She was baptized and confirmed in the Christian faith. Regina attended and graduat- ed from the Ivanhoe Public School. Regina married Ed Sorenson on January 24, 1940 in Marshall. They lived in Lynd until Ed entered the Minneota Nursing Home. Regina lived in the adjoining apart- ments until his death. Following Ed's death she lived at Windsong Apartments, Marshall, until she was ninety. Due to failing health she moved to the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Westbrook. Regina stayed home raising her family. Later she was a seam- stress at Singer Sewing Center, worked at Super Value, Fab & Trim until she retired. Regina was a faithful member of the Lynd Methodist Church until she went to Marshall Albright Methodist Church when the Lynd church closed. She enjoyed doing many duties of the church and especially enjoyed being a member of the Good Cheer Group and then in Marshall the United Methodist Women. Regina enjoyed spending time with the love of her life Ed, her children, grandchildren and her family and friends. Her hobbies included sewing, playing cards and tending her beautiful Iris gar- den. Survivors include her children: Jim (Carol) Sorenson, Pat (Cheryl) Sorenson, Betty (Doug) Arndt, Elaine (Lyle) Arndt, Mary (Dennis) Lidtke, Marvin (Colleen) Sorenson and Dan (Judy) Sorenson; 22 grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren; 16 great- great-grandchildren; brother, Lawrence (Adeline) Tholen; sister, Adeline Schulz; many nieces and nephews and numerous friends. Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, Ed; brother, Andrew Tholen; sister, Mary Meulebrock; one great- great-grandson. Lake Shetek Chapter Let's Go Fishing With Seniors 2013 Volunteer Training sessions for Captains and 1st Mates The Lake Shetek Chapter began in 2009 and in that time we have provided 113 free fishing/boating excur- sions to 1039 guests and logged over 5000 volunteer hours. Each year training sessions are offered to new volunteers. So far for 2013 two training sessions have been scheduled. Each ses- sion will include a class- room training and pontoon training on the lake 1. Wednesday May 15 at Key Largo on Lake Shetek. 6:00pm-8:00pm. Pre-register with Volunteer Coordinator-Kanani Peltola 507-626-4697 or Safety Trainer Marilyn Strate-507-384-2926 2. Monday July 1 at Kirpatricks in Balaton. 6:00pm-8:00pm Pre-register with Volunteer Coordinator- Kanani Peltola 507-626- 4697, Safety Trainer Marilyn Strate 507-384- 2926, or Board member Cheryl Peterson in Balaton-507-828-5357 Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-61361 or 800-410-1859 Answers for the Science Quiz on 00age eight 1) False 2) b 3) True 4) dinosaur tracks 5) wind Sentinel Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT April 26- May 3, 2013 Speeding: $120.00 Thomas Kenneth Skoog, Rapid City, SD $280.00 - Ivan Pittman, Sioux Falls, SD Driving after revocation: $280.00 - Travis James Nelson, Westbrook, MN Instruction permit viola- tions: $130.00- Marco Antonio Magana, Windm, MN, no misd. or > viol. for 6 mon. and obtain valid license; 6 mort. probation Failure to stop: $130.00 Jared Scott Behrends, Mt. Lake, MN; David Douglas Roiger, Sanborn, MN Driving w/o valid license: $180.00 - Jose Antonio Castro Cruz,Windm, MN Driving after suspen- sion: $280.00 - Abdikano O. Mohamed, Minnetonka, MN Unsafe passing against signs: $380.00- Michael John Fesenmajer, Olivia, MN; write letter of apology Seat belt: $105.00 Rosalee Mac Menter, Lambertn, MN Senior Corps Week RSVP is a part of the Senior Corps, along with the Foster Grandparent Program and the Senior Companion Program. RSVP targets those 55 and older and offers maximum flexibility and choice to volunteers as it matches the personal inter- ests and skills of older Americans with opportuni- ties to serve their communi- ties. RSVP volunteers choose how and where they want to serve-from a few hours to more than 40 hours a week. Older Americans bring a lifetime of skills and experi- ence as parents, workers, and citizens that can be tapped to meet challenges in our communities. Each year Senior Corps provides opportunities for nearly 330,000 older Americans across the nation, including over 2,000 active volunteers with RSVP of Southwest Minnesota which serves the following 6 coun- ties: Cottonwood, Lincoln, Murray, Nobles, Redwood and Rock. In 2012, RSVP volunteers in southwest Minnesota recorded over 250,000 hours of service. Volunteers help to improve the lives of our most vulner- able citizens, strengthen our educational system; protect our environment, provide independent living services, and contribute to our public safety as well as build capacity of organizations and communities. RSVP supports volun- teers by keeping them active, healthy, and engaged while helping our communi- ties solve local problems, and helping our nation by saving taxpayer dollars, reducing healthcare costs, and strengthening our democracy. Senior Corps Week, tak- ing place May 6-10, 2013, is an opportunity for RSVP of SW MN to thank our volun- teers for their service and recognize their positive impact and value to our communities and nation. For more information about how to get involved in RSVP, please contact your local coordinator: Cottonwood County- Kate Roberts- 507-831- 1803 Murray County- Lynette Deslauriers- 507-836-8705 Redwood County- Karen Christensen- 507-627-1016 Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - In business for more than 35 years, local beekeeper Ted Olson has never had as drastic a bee die-offas what he experienced his winter. There have been many dis- cussions and much speculation among the local population who are aware of the problem and what caused the die-off. At one point, Olson had 1,300 hives. Lamber[on News - The combined Community/High School Blood Drive held Friday, April 26, at the RRC gymnasium was exciting and successful. The goal for the day was 105 units, but 110 units were collected. 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