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Stanley Newton

Monday, June 26, 2017

Missouri Power and Light (while living in Jefferson City and Moberly), Associated Electric (while living in Springfield), and Cargill (while living in Madison, Wisconsin and Minneapolis, Minnesota). Stan was a man of faith who attended church throughout his life and was a faithful supporter of Alabaster Ministries. Those around him were a witness to his constant nurturing love and faith.Stan had a deep love for his family and always cherished time with them. He was a very private and selfless person, but always took the time to get to know someone the best he could. He loved supporting his granddaughters by attending their softball games or dance recitals. He thoroughly enjoyed traveling, especially to warm places to lounge on a beach or to watch college football bowl games. Though he loved traveling and seeing all the different cities, Stan enjoyed being in the outdoors; hunting, fishing or golfing. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed cheering on the Mizzou Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals. His sweet and simple demeanor that won the hearts of many as well as his unwavering faith in God will never be forgotten.Survivors include: one son, Aaron Newton (wife Lori) of Jefferson City, MO.; one daughter, Courtney Yake of Springfield, MO.; three granddaughters, Dakota Newton, Megan Newton, and Mia Yake; his parents, Gene and Maggie Newton of Jefferson City, MO.; one brother, Scott Newton of Jefferson City, MO.; one sister, Kathy Volkerding (husband Bob) of Jefferson City, MO.; his niece, Leslie Chiles (husband Dave); and three nephews, Brian Bloomer (wife Susan), Shannon Newton (wife Bree), and Kaleb Newton.Visitation will be at Freeman Mortuary from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Friday, June 23, 2017.Funeral services will be conducted at 12:00 p.m. Friday, June 23, 2017 in the Freeman Chapel with the Reverend Dr. Monte Shinkle officiating. Graveside services and interment will be held at Riverview Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are sug...

Weld County Tributes for June 10 - Greeley Tribune

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Boulder to Jesse Miller and Esther Lucille (Adamson) Paddock of Greeley. Stan graduated in 1952 from Campion Academy in Loveland and then attended the Northwest Institute of Medical Technology in Minneapolis, Minn. He attended Walla Walla College in College Place, Wash., where he studied for two years, marrying his first wife, Helen A. (Ann) Lampson. After returning to Colorado, he continued work in the auto repair business with his father at Paddock Auto Repair.During his growing-up years, he traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico with his parents. He was a life-long history buff, loving to stop at all the historic monuments and road signs. He always had a love for cars. He raced at Big Country Speedway in Cheyenne and became a crewmember at Colorado National Speedway in Erie. Stan was a great father and grandfather. He is preceded in death by his second wife, Alyce (Brown) Paddock; and parents, Jesse and Esther Paddock.He is survived by his children, Cindy (Bill) Patten, Rex (Shelley) Paddock, and Barb Simonton; and stepchildren, Traci (Eric) Hess and Brett (Chrissy) Allison; also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, June 16, 2017, at the Moser Funeral Service Chapel, 3501 11th Ave., Evans, Colo. 80620.In lieu of flowers, it is the wishes of the family that the memorial remembrances are made to The American Cancer Society in care of Moser Funeral Service. An online guestbook and obituary are available at http://www.moserfuneralservice.com.

Oregon woman discovers her family after 63 years - WRIC

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Dennis died in 2006. Beth died March 29, 2016 at the age of 82.They took a secret with them to their graves.‘You have to come home’Shortly after Beth died, her daughter Kathy was driving to Minneapolis when she got a call from her brother, Rick. “He called me and said, ‘You have to come home.’ And I said, ‘Why do I have to come home?’” Kathy Odden told KOIN 6 News. “Thinking the worst was happening with him, I go home.”When she got there, Rick laid out some pictures for her to look at.“He said, ‘This is your 63-year-old sister that (our) parents gave up for adoption,’” she said. “I’m in shock and my mother had just died at the end of March and I was going, ‘Mom, you didn’t tell us.’”But as she looked at the pictures, she knew. “There was no doubt in my mind that she was my sister.”Gretchen Lewis was born in February 1953 and was adopted by a Portland attorney and his wife. She grew up happy and loved.Gretchen Lewis’ adoptive parents, a Portland attorney and his wife. (Courtesy March 2017 to KOIN)Gretchen’s journey“I always knew I was adopted,” Gretchen told KOIN 6 News. But it would be 63 years before she learned who her birth parents are — and that she’s the oldest of 5 full siblings.About 2 years ago, Gretchen contacted her adoption agency hoping for medical information. But she found much more.Gretchen Lewis in her home in Columbia City, Oregon, March 2017 (KOIN)“I found out my birth parents were engaged to be married, at which point I probably burst into tears because that was wonderful news,” she said. “On the pre-adoption birth certificate there’s no father listed, so I had no idea if it was an accident, if I was from a bad situation. I didn’t know.”She also learned her birth mother Beth — listed on her pre-adoption certificat...

Obituary: PR man Bob Goff, promoter of Minnesotans and DFL politics, dies at 80 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Gov. Rudy Perpich. After two years, he went back to the public relations firm.Goff would later use the breadth of his experience in politics to help lobby for the construction of the Metrodome in Minneapolis and the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.In 2012, Goff retired from the firm, but he joked he would still pop up in the office from time to time to check the corners and "look under the rug.""He was just really friendly and fun," said his daughter Emily Goff. "I think he was fun to be around as a dad, and he was fun to be around as a boss."Bob Goff was a family man who loved to read; his large collection of books was arranged by the Dewey Decimal system."He was the self-made man that he was because he was such a reader," Emily Goff said.Last summer, the Star Tribune asked Goff if he would have changed anything since he was first asked by Nick Coleman to start the firm."No," he replied. "It started out more of a ride than I ever expected."Goff is survived by his wife, Phyllis; children Cindy, Paul, Carolyn, Laura, Bill, Emily, Matt; and numerous other family and friends. Funeral arrangements are pending.

Obituary: Donna Jeanne Helble - Winona Daily News

Monday, March 27, 2017

Donna Jeanne Helble, of Winona died after a short illness Monday, March 13, 2017, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.Donna, the adored only child of Donald and Helen (Krause) Helble was born Dec. 17, 1948, in Davenport, Iowa. She spent her childhood in De Witt, Iowa, which always held a special place in her heart. She graduated from Simpson College with a B.A. in elementary education and French, received a M.S. in remedial reading from Winona State University, and an Ed.D. in language arts education from the University of Northern Colorado.Donna was professor emerita of Winona State University. Education and children’s literature were her passions. Following in her mother’s footsteps, she began her teaching career at Minnesota City Elementary School as a second grade teacher. In 1973, she moved to Goodview Elementary School, where she taught grades one through four in the Program for Learning in Accordance with Needs.In 1988, Donna began her career at Winona State University as a professor of education. She served as adjunct professor at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and the Univers...

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Stanley Newton

Monday, June 26, 2017

Missouri Power and Light (while living in Jefferson City and Moberly), Associated Electric (while living in Springfield), and Cargill (while living in Madison, Wisconsin and Minneapolis, Minnesota). Stan was a man of faith who attended church throughout his life and was a faithful supporter of Alabaster Ministries. Those around him were a witness to his constant nurturing love and faith.Stan had a deep love for his family and always cherished time with them. He was a very private and selfless person, but always took the time to get to know someone the best he could. He loved supporting his granddaughters by attending their softball games or dance recitals. He thoroughly enjoyed traveling, especially to warm places to lounge on a beach or to watch college football bowl games. Though he loved traveling and seeing all the different cities, Stan enjoyed being in the outdoors; hunting, fishing or golfing. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed cheering on the Mizzou Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals. His sweet and simple demeanor that won the hearts of many as well as his unwavering faith in God will never be forgotten.Survivors include: one son, Aaron Newton (wife Lori) of Jefferson City, MO.; one daughter, Courtney Yake of Springfield, MO.; three granddaughters, Dakota Newton, Megan Newton, and Mia Yake; his parents, Gene and Maggie Newton of Jefferson City, MO.; one brother, Scott Newton of Jefferson City, MO.; one sister, Kathy Volkerding (husband Bob) of Jefferson City, MO.; his niece, Leslie Chiles (husband Dave); and three nephews, Brian Bloomer (wife Susan), Shannon Newton (wife Bree), and Kaleb Newton.Visitation will be at Freeman Mortuary from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Friday, June 23, 2017.Funeral services will be conducted at 12:00 p.m. Friday, June 23, 2017 in the Freeman Chapel with the Reverend Dr. Monte Shinkle officiating. Graveside services and interment will be held at Riverview Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are sug...

Weld County Tributes for June 10 - Greeley Tribune

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Boulder to Jesse Miller and Esther Lucille (Adamson) Paddock of Greeley. Stan graduated in 1952 from Campion Academy in Loveland and then attended the Northwest Institute of Medical Technology in Minneapolis, Minn. He attended Walla Walla College in College Place, Wash., where he studied for two years, marrying his first wife, Helen A. (Ann) Lampson. After returning to Colorado, he continued work in the auto repair business with his father at Paddock Auto Repair.During his growing-up years, he traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico with his parents. He was a life-long history buff, loving to stop at all the historic monuments and road signs. He always had a love for cars. He raced at Big Country Speedway in Cheyenne and became a crewmember at Colorado National Speedway in Erie. Stan was a great father and grandfather. He is preceded in death by his second wife, Alyce (Brown) Paddock; and parents, Jesse and Esther Paddock.He is survived by his children, Cindy (Bill) Patten, Rex (Shelley) Paddock, and Barb Simonton; and stepchildren, Traci (Eric) Hess and Brett (Chrissy) Allison; also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, June 16, 2017, at the Moser Funeral Service Chapel, 3501 11th Ave., Evans, Colo. 80620.In lieu of flowers, it is the wishes of the family that the memorial remembrances are made to The American Cancer Society in care of Moser Funeral Service. An online guestbook and obituary are available at http://www.moserfuneralservice.com.

Oregon woman discovers her family after 63 years - WRIC

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Dennis died in 2006. Beth died March 29, 2016 at the age of 82.They took a secret with them to their graves.‘You have to come home’Shortly after Beth died, her daughter Kathy was driving to Minneapolis when she got a call from her brother, Rick. “He called me and said, ‘You have to come home.’ And I said, ‘Why do I have to come home?’” Kathy Odden told KOIN 6 News. “Thinking the worst was happening with him, I go home.”When she got there, Rick laid out some pictures for her to look at.“He said, ‘This is your 63-year-old sister that (our) parents gave up for adoption,’” she said. “I’m in shock and my mother had just died at the end of March and I was going, ‘Mom, you didn’t tell us.’”But as she looked at the pictures, she knew. “There was no doubt in my mind that she was my sister.”Gretchen Lewis was born in February 1953 and was adopted by a Portland attorney and his wife. She grew up happy and loved.Gretchen Lewis’ adoptive parents, a Portland attorney and his wife. (Courtesy March 2017 to KOIN)Gretchen’s journey“I always knew I was adopted,” Gretchen told KOIN 6 News. But it would be 63 years before she learned who her birth parents are — and that she’s the oldest of 5 full siblings.About 2 years ago, Gretchen contacted her adoption agency hoping for medical information. But she found much more.Gretchen Lewis in her home in Columbia City, Oregon, March 2017 (KOIN)“I found out my birth parents were engaged to be married, at which point I probably burst into tears because that was wonderful news,” she said. “On the pre-adoption birth certificate there’s no father listed, so I had no idea if it was an accident, if I was from a bad situation. I didn’t know.”She also learned her birth mother Beth — listed on her pre-adoption certificat...

Obituary: PR man Bob Goff, promoter of Minnesotans and DFL politics, dies at 80 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Gov. Rudy Perpich. After two years, he went back to the public relations firm.Goff would later use the breadth of his experience in politics to help lobby for the construction of the Metrodome in Minneapolis and the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.In 2012, Goff retired from the firm, but he joked he would still pop up in the office from time to time to check the corners and "look under the rug.""He was just really friendly and fun," said his daughter Emily Goff. "I think he was fun to be around as a dad, and he was fun to be around as a boss."Bob Goff was a family man who loved to read; his large collection of books was arranged by the Dewey Decimal system."He was the self-made man that he was because he was such a reader," Emily Goff said.Last summer, the Star Tribune asked Goff if he would have changed anything since he was first asked by Nick Coleman to start the firm."No," he replied. "It started out more of a ride than I ever expected."Goff is survived by his wife, Phyllis; children Cindy, Paul, Carolyn, Laura, Bill, Emily, Matt; and numerous other family and friends. Funeral arrangements are pending.

Obituary: Donna Jeanne Helble - Winona Daily News

Monday, March 27, 2017

Donna Jeanne Helble, of Winona died after a short illness Monday, March 13, 2017, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.Donna, the adored only child of Donald and Helen (Krause) Helble was born Dec. 17, 1948, in Davenport, Iowa. She spent her childhood in De Witt, Iowa, which always held a special place in her heart. She graduated from Simpson College with a B.A. in elementary education and French, received a M.S. in remedial reading from Winona State University, and an Ed.D. in language arts education from the University of Northern Colorado.Donna was professor emerita of Winona State University. Education and children’s literature were her passions. Following in her mother’s footsteps, she began her teaching career at Minnesota City Elementary School as a second grade teacher. In 1973, she moved to Goodview Elementary School, where she taught grades one through four in the Program for Learning in Accordance with Needs.In 1988, Donna began her career at Winona State University as a professor of education. She served as adjunct professor at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and the Univers...