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Liptrot and Dawson Funeral Home

1201 Dawson Street
Luverne, AL 36049
(334) 335-5705
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Moore Chapel Funeral Home Inc

159 West 6th Street
Luverne, AL 36049
(334) 335-3070
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Turner Funeral Home

360 East 3rd Street
Luverne, AL 36049
(334) 335-5891
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Luverne AL Obituaries and Death Notices

Harold Perry, 86 - Marshalltown Times Republican

Monday, November 28, 2016

For condolences or questions please visit: www.mitchellfh.com. Mitchell Family Funeral Home is caring for Harold and his family. Phone 641-844-1234.Harold LuVerne Perry was born on October 3, 1930, at home in Marshalltown, Iowa; he was the son of Newton and Margaret (Williams) Perry. He attended School in the Marshalltown Community School District. He served his country honorably in the National Gaurd during the Korean Conflict. On December 22, 1950, Harold was united in marriage to Elda Verlea Miller at the Church of Christ in Marshalltown, Iowa. They had lived in Marshalltown, moved to Toledo for 20 years and back to Marshalltown. Harold had worked at Fisher Control as a Tool Maker for 37 years retiring in 1986, and had the first Radio Shack in Marshalltown while also working for Fisher Control. He had been a devoted UAW member, Moose member and an Eagles member while in Toledo. He enjoyed leather work, camping, horseback riding, especially for the Pony Express Ride, bowling, and had always been a DIYer (Do it yourselfer), he also hard his pilots license and was a member of the local flying club.Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 65 years, Elda; children, Larry (Carol) Perry of Marshalltown, Iowa, David Perry of Cherokee Village, Arkansas and Shari Lynn Schellar of Toledo, Iowa; grandchildren: Andy, Dan, Shane, Joseph and Erica, 7 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great- grandchild.In death Harold rejoins his parents, Newton and Margaret and brothers, Melvin and John and an infant son Thomas John.

Arlette Ileen Harris, 76, formerly of Bonilla - Plainsman

Monday, June 13, 2016

July in Bonilla with details to follow at a later date.?Born on November 9, 1939, to Tollak and Stella Tollefson, and raised in Bonilla, South Dakota, she was the youngest of six daughters (LuVerne, Theone, Doris, Ruth, Jeaniene—who is the only surviving sister—and Arlette). She married Jack G. Harris and they spent a wonderful 56 years together. The family lived in several towns in Michigan (Litchfield, Charlevoix and Holly) where Jack served as a pastor. Their retirement years were spent in several places: at their house on Houghton Lake, Mich., and at their homes in Ormond-by-the-Sea, Fla., and Chicago, Ill.??Arlette is the truly beloved mother of three children and their spouses, Sonia and Jeff Semenchuk of Chicago, Ill., Dr. Paul and Allison Harris of Chicago, Ill., and Dr. Eric and Amber Harris of Edmonds, Wash. She is also the best grandmother to ten grandchildren, Andre and Katia Semenchuk, Olivia, Jack and Julia Harris, Max, Gabe, Mason, Brook Lynn and Margret Harris. In addition to her dear sister Jeaniene Woodford, she is also survived by her wonderful brother-in-law William Scheibe and 20 Tollefson nieces and nephews.Professionally, Arlette was a gifted elementary school teacher for 38 years who spent countless after-school and weekend hours helping her students succeed. Each of her students left her classroom reading at or above grade level. She was a deeply faithful woman who was a very active partner to Jack in many ministries in the churches where they truly served as a team, touching many lives with the love of Christ.??Arlette had many interests and passions. She loved visual and musical arts (especially Broadway musicals), and she was an accomplished oil painter. Some of her favorite activities included camping, fishing, walking the beach, and visiting museums and zoos with her grandchildren. She lived life with joy.In lieu of flowers, expr

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Shane M. Klay, 46 - Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Monday, June 19, 2017

George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Memorial visitation was held at the funeral home.Shane Michael Klay, son of Duane and Donna (Sammons) Klay, was born Feb. 25, 1971, in Luverne, Minn.Shane was united in marriage with Michelle Bradwisch on Nov. 9, 2001, in Sioux Falls.Shane was loved by all who were fortunate enough to be in his life. He was a loving son, father, husband, uncle and "Papa.” There was nothing Shane couldn't fix; he was a master of all trades. He loved gardening and playing with his grandchildren. He recently had undertaken the task of fixing up an old farmhouse he and his wife Michelle had purchased near Colton. Shane gave everything and asked nothing in return.Grateful for having shared his life are his wife, Michelle Klay, Colton; two daughters, Nicole Leinen, Marshall, Minn., and Brittany Dufour and her husband, Brandon, Nisswa, Minn; two grandchildren, Bentley and Brynlee Dufour; three step-children, Ashley Arambula and her husband, Christian, Sioux Falls, Chelsea Isaacson, Sioux Falls, Joshua Isaacson and Chandler Zweygart, Sioux Falls; five step-grandchildren, Maleia Jensen, Bently Arambula, Julian Mazan, Daven Isaacson, Stoklie Zweygart; his father, Duane Klay and his wife, Sheri Padgett, Brandon; his mother, Donna Rank and her husband, Mike, Knoxville, Iowa; his grandmother

Roland Johnson

Monday, February 27, 2017

War II. He was honorably discharged on October 29, 1948. He returned to Wisner and began his career with the City of Wisner.On December 26, 1952, he was united in marriage to Janice M. Lindell in Luverne, MN. They lived in West Point for a short time, while Janice’s father built their home in Wisner. Rollie worked for the City of Wisner for 52 years, retiring in 2000. He was a very dedicated and hardworking City Engineer, he took pride in making sure the parks, cemetery, and streets looked beautiful and that the utilities were running smoothly. Rollie received numerous awards for his efforts while employed by the City of Wisner.Rollie was a member of the United Methodist Church of Christ in Wisner. He enjoyed camping with family which included Alaska trips in Sandie’s Mini Home. He cherished helping out on Rob’s family farm. Rollie loved watching his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in their different sporting events and 4-H activities. He enjoyed sharing his talent in scrapbooking with his kids, grandkids, and the Wisner Heritage Museum, with the 30 scrapbooks on Wisner’s history. Rollie also loved watching Husker Football.Survivors include his wife of 64 years Janice, son-Rob and Kathy (Heller) Johnson of Beemer and family, Melissa and Chris Blum of Norfolk and children-Elijah, Kadence, and Jocelyn, and Derek Johnson of Wisner; son-John and Beth (Nielsen) Johnson of Lincoln, NE and children, Emily Johnson of Omaha, and Evan Johnson of Lincoln; daughter-Deb and Kurt Doescher of Beemer and family, Margo Doescher of Beemer and children-Amirah and Ameer, Sierra Doescher of Beemer and son Jayden; and daughter-Sandie Acker of Omaha, NE and son Dustin Acker of Wisner. Rollie is also survived by his brother-Gerald and Lois Johnson of Wisner, sisters- Jean Oakes of Valley, NE, Helen Brown of Clairmont, CA, and Marge and Merle Klintworth of Elkhorn, NE, and a sister-in-law-Marilyn Lindell of West Point.Rollie was proceded in death by his parents- John and Agnes Johnson, brothers-in-law-Ernie Oakes and F

Harold Perry - Tama News-Herald - Toledo Chronicle

Monday, October 31, 2016

For condolences or questions please visit: www.mitchellfh.com. Mitchell Family Funeral Home is caring for Harold and his family. Phone 641-844-1234.Harold LuVerne Perry was born on October 3, 1930, at home in Marshalltown, Iowa; he was the son of Newton and Margaret (Williams) Perry. He attended School in the Marshalltown Community School District. He served his country honorably in the National Gaurd during the Korean Conflict. On December 22, 1950, Harold was united in marriage to Elda Verlea Miller at the Church of Christ in Marshalltown, Iowa. They had lived in Marshalltown, moved to Toledo for 20 years and back to Marshalltown. Harold had worked at Fisher Control as a Tool Maker for 37 years retiring in 1986, and had the first Radio Shack in Marshalltown while also working for Fisher Control. He had been a devoted UAW member, Moose member and an Eagles member while in Toledo. He enjoyed leather work, camping, horseback riding, especially for the Pony Express Ride, bowling, and had always been a DIYer (Do it yourselfer), he also hard his pilots license and was a member of the local flying club.Article PhotosHarold PerryLeft to cherish his memory is his wife of 65 years, Elda; children, Larry (Carol) Perry of Marshalltown, Iowa, David Perry of Cherokee Village, Arkansas and Shari Lynn Schellar of Toledo, Iowa; grandchildren: Andy, Dan, Shane, Joseph and Erica, 7 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great- grandchild.In death Harold rejoins his parents, Newton and Margaret and brothers, Melvin and John and