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Bayview Freeborn Funeral Home

1415 North Highway 13
Albert Lea, MN 56007
(507) 373-4330
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Bonnerup Funeral and Cremation Service

525 West Clark Street
Albert Lea, MN 56007
(507) 373-2461
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525 West Clark Street
Albert Lea, MN 56007
(507) 373-3000
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Graceland Cemetery Associates

1115 SWanhill Drive
Albert Lea, MN 56007
(507) 373-4980
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Hillcrest Cemetery Association Inc

US Highway 65
Albert Lea, MN 56036
(507) 373-3560
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Lakewood Cemetery Association

1101 Lakewood Avenue
Albert Lea, MN 56007
(507) 373-7991
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Albert Lea MN Obituaries and Death Notices

A sad day in New Richland - Newrichlandstar

Monday, September 19, 2016

I get from people is that he was always there offering to help.”Eads was featured as the Star Eagle’s “Neighbor” in May 2007, when his children were age 3 and 7 months.According to the Albert Lea Tribune, the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Dept. received a call at 5:47 p.m. Monday from the Waseca County Sheriff’s Office seeking assistance in locating Eads. Minnesota State Patrol also helped in finding Eads, who was found just outside of the city of Freeborn. Medical examiners were involved and the investigation continues, but law enforcement has no reason to believe the manner of death was anything other than suicide.A press release issued by the Waseca County Sheriff’s office Tuesday stated:"It is with heavy heart that we share news that Chief Scott Eads of the New Richland Police Department took his own life on the evening of Sept. 12."Chief Eads leaves behind a wife, Candace and two young children. Sheriff Milbrath has been in contact with the New Richland city administrator, and the Sheriff's Office will be handling all calls and police matters for the city of New Richland until further notice."Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers while they work through this difficult period. Chief Eads was a part of our Law Enforcement family here in Waseca County, so obviously this is shocking news for all involved. If you have any questions or information, please feel free to contact Sheriff Milbrath anytime."The investigation is being handled by the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Department.Sheriff Kurt Freitag told the Star Eagle Tuesday afternoon that he’s just as shocked and saddened by the news as anyone. There was nothing that would even remotely suggest Eads would do such a thing. He was not under any investigation nor was he suspected of any wrongdoing.“He was a pretty stand-up guy,” said Freitag.St. Peter's Lutheran Church in New Richland was open Tuesday for prayer and meditation.New Richland's City Hall and a patrol car were decorated in blue lights Tuesday night, and people gathered in the parking lot to talk, hug and pray. Some people left flowers on the squad car's hood. Someone left a wooden cross with Eads' badge number.On Wednesday, locals were tying blue ribbons on trees in town in memory and honor of Eads, and residents displayed blue porch lights that night. The squad car remained decorated at City Hall and people continued to drop off flowers.V...

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A sad day in New Richland - Newrichlandstar

Monday, September 19, 2016

I get from people is that he was always there offering to help.”Eads was featured as the Star Eagle’s “Neighbor” in May 2007, when his children were age 3 and 7 months.According to the Albert Lea Tribune, the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Dept. received a call at 5:47 p.m. Monday from the Waseca County Sheriff’s Office seeking assistance in locating Eads. Minnesota State Patrol also helped in finding Eads, who was found just outside of the city of Freeborn. Medical examiners were involved and the investigation continues, but law enforcement has no reason to believe the manner of death was anything other than suicide.A press release issued by the Waseca County Sheriff’s office Tuesday stated:"It is with heavy heart that we share news that Chief Scott Eads of the New Richland Police Department took his own life on the evening of Sept. 12."Chief Eads leaves behind a wife, Candace and two young children. Sheriff Milbrath has been in contact with the New Richland city administrator, and the Sheriff's Office will be handling all calls and police matters for the city of New Richland until further notice."Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers while they work through this difficult period. Chief Eads was a part of our Law Enforcement family here in Waseca County, so obviously this is shocking news for all involved. If you have any questions or information, please feel free to contact Sheriff Milbrath anytime."The investigation is being handled by the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Department.Sheriff Kurt Freitag told the Star Eagle Tuesday afternoon that he’s just as shocked and saddened by the news as anyone. There was nothing that would even remotely suggest Eads would do such a thing. He was not under any investigation nor was he suspected of any wrongdoing.“He was a pretty stand-up guy,” said Freitag.St. Peter's Lutheran Church in New Richland was open Tuesday for prayer and meditation.New Richland's City Hall and a patrol car were decorated in blue lights Tuesday night, and people gathered in the parking lot to talk, hug and pray. Some people left flowers on the squad car's hood. Someone left a wooden cross with Eads' badge number.On Wednesday, locals were tying blue ribbons on trees in town in memory and honor of Eads, and residents displayed blue porch lights that night. The squad car remained decorated at City Hall and people continued to drop off flowers.V...