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SENTINEL TRIBUNE N Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Page 2 OBITUARIES Barbara Jansma Funeral services for Barbara Jane Jansma were held Monday, May 27, 2013 at Immanuel Baptist Church, Westbrook. Burial was in Westbrook Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Barbara, 81, of Westbrook died Sunday, May 19, 2013 at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls. Barbara Jane Jansma was born June 20, 1931 to Arthur and Ruth (Boyd) Tibbits in Detroit, Michigan. At age seven she was born again when she trusted Christ as her personal Lord and Savior. She married the late Gerrit Joseph Jansma on March 4, 1950 and settled on a farm near Currie. A year later they moved to the fam- ily farm south of Walnut Grove. She has been an active member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Westbrook where she sang in the choir, taught Sunday School and served her Lord and others. Barb had the gifts of sewing, cooking and hospitality that brought a lot of joy and laughter to family, friends, missionaries and countless others through the years. Her love of reading made her grateful for and a frequent visitor of the local library. Survivors include her children with their spouses: Richard (Chris) Jansma of North St. Paul, Helen Jansma of Robbinsdale, Jan (Roy) Beacham of Plymouth, Beth (Charles) Waggoner of Rockford, IL, Brian (Deb) Jansma of Baxter, Sue (Mark) Davis of Marietta, GA, Steve (Sue) Jansma of Rice, Esther (Brad) Lewis of Colorado Springs, CO, Lisa (Steve) LeBlanc of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 25 grandchildren; 29 great grandchildren; and one sister, Emily Jansma, of Columbus, OH. Precedeing her in death were her husband, Gerrit; her parents Arthur and Ruth Tibbits; three brothers, Charles, Arthur and John; two grandsons, Aaron and Samuel; and one great grandchild. p9s' 'er winners Walnut Grove American . Legion Auxiliary announced the poppy poster win- ners. From left: Houa Yang, 1st place; Cameron Lohre, 2nd place; Lexi Herding, 3rd place (tied); Bethany Byers, 3rd place (tied). Submitted photo lab hirnd M Sanford Worthi e e I Rodney Nackerud Funeral services for Rodney "Peter" Nackerud were held Friday, May 24, 2013 at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, rural Walnut Grove. Burial was in the church cemetery. Online condo- lences may be sent at www.stephens- funeralservice.com Rodney "Peter" Nackerud age 86 of Walnut Grovedied Monday, May 20, 2013 at Westbrook Good Samaritan Care Center in Westbrook, MN. Rodney was born March 3, 1927 in Tracy, MN to Andrew and Julia (Olson) Nackerud. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Olaf Lutheran Church. Rodney attended Bakken country school and graduated from Walnut Grove High School in 1945. Following graduation, he enlisted in the US Navy and was stationed in Shanghai, China. In 1947, Rodney came back to spend his life farming and raising cattle. He farmed until he was 70 years old. On January 12, 1980 he married Anna Belle Haensel in Tracy, Minnesota. Even though he battled polio, Rodney didn't let it hold him back. He continued farming, riding snowmobile and motor- cycle, and he enjoyed hunting. Rodney was a member of the VFW and American Legion for 68 years. Survivors include his wife Anna; step children Robin Groess of Walnut Grove and Robert Groess of Effie; nieces and nephew: Nancy (Dave) Herder of Walnut Grove, Kay (Mark) Koblegard of Walnut Grove, AI (Linda) Bakken of Belgrade, MT, and many other nieces and nephews; numerous great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends. Preceding him in death were his parents, brothers Leif, Alf, Harry, Franz, and RolfNackerud, sister Margie Bakken, and great nephew Derek Bakken. ~f m m m m m m m mm mm m l m m ~,m8 WET BASEMENT? 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She Hansen grew up in worked in the twin cities area Westbrook where she gradu- up until joining the Sanford ated from high school. Her family. She brings experi- family consists of her hus- ence in leadership and oncol- band, Jon, three year old ogy. daughter Alana, and two year "I am excited about my old sons Dain and Jayce. Her position at the Sanford interests, when not chasing Worthington Medical Center after her small children and and the wonderful people I Siberian Husky, are reading am able to work with and and baking. MURRAY CO. May 29 - Summer of June 11 - Pizza Garden, Fun registration deadline 9-10 am, Community June 4 - Pizza Garden, Garden site near Slaytona 9-10 am, Community Beach Garden site near Slaytona June 12 - Summer of Beach Fun, 9-11 am, 4-H June 5 - Summer of Fun, Building 9-11 am, 4-H Building Steve Fields Attorney & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office ...... [ t ! nynionce | AUTOS WANTED 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. INJURED AT WORK? Lost Wages? Unpaid Bills? Can I Get Fired? FREE advice - confidential Toll Free 1-888-212-6820 www.FieldsWorklnjury.com Hablamos Espafiol Dana Madson continued girls team who finished in 4th his story book career with his place. Paige (104) and Abby second subsection title in as Herding (108) both qualified many years. He is now the for the section tournament two time defending champion based on their finish. The of the conference and subsec- girls team end the year at tion as last week he won the 7-11. The section tournament conference. The boys' team will be held at the Marshall also found success as they country club on Wednesday finished second and all quali- with a trip to the State touma- fled for the section touma- ment on the line. ment on Wednesday. The WWG 351 Runner-up team was led by the one two Dana Madson 74 punch of Madson and Taylor Taylor Lindaman 84 Lindaman who shot an 84.Reed Bakken 100 All we wanted to do as a team Aaron Hass 93 is advance to set up a one day Walker Christians 103 show down with MCC and Trey Kockelman 101 the Chargers accomplished WWG 441 4th Place that by finishing second. The Abby Herding 108 boys record now stands at 24 Paige Erickson 104 and 6 on the season entering Avoree Bakken112 the section tournament. Deziree Koenig 117 Paige Erickson led the MariahOlson 144 Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - City to bond for million dollar water treatment plant and tower repair. The Fulda City Council will bond for $1,000,000.00 for fifteen years which will cost $170,348.33 in interest and fees. A resolution 2013-02 was passed to start the process relating to the issuance of general obligation water revenue bonds. Lamberton News - The Redwood County Sheriff's Office received the report of a burglary and theft at Straight Line in Charlestown Township. Items reported stolen were a MSI laptop computer and a Hewlet Packard (HP) laptop. The theft occurred some time between May 14 and 15, 2013. Murray County News - On Mother's Day, a fire that set an entire farm site ablaze about a mile northwest of Lake Wilson claimed the lives of 22 critically endangered goats. The farm site is owned by Leon Carney. An estimated $13,000 in live- stock was lost due to the fire. The reason the price is so high on those animals is not only the history of where they came from, but also how rare they are, not just in the US, but around the world. 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