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Stennes Funeral Home

2029 Central Avenue Northwest
East Grand Forks, MN 56721
(218) 773-2971
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Obituary - James Stordahl - Crookston Daily Times

Monday, March 13, 2017

Dave Stordahl and his wife Wanda (Keifet) Stordahl (McIntosh, MN). Mother in law, Madeline Dufault and Father in law Lawrence Dufault (Gentilly, MN), brother in law, Randy Dufault and his wife Kathy (East Grand Forks, MN), brother in law Tony Dufault and wife Deb (Grand Forks, ND), brother in law, Robin Dufault and girlfriend, Diane (East Grand Forks), sister in law, Charlene Schlueter and husband Bob (Hutchinson, MN), sister in law Tammy Scheving and husband Roger, sister in law Lonie Woltjer and husband, Andy (Moorhead, MN) and brother in law, Marlin Dufault (Gentilly, MN) and many, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and dear friends.Welcoming Jim to his heavenly home was his son Bryan and infant, Erin. His parents, Orville and Marion Stordahl and many beloved family members, friends and animals. In honor of Jim’s life, the family will be setting up the Jim Stordahl scholarship fund for Win-E-Mac students.

With Sacred Heart lawsuit, questions over whether parishes are liable - Grand Forks Herald

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Mike Finnegan and Monsignor Mike Foltz differ is who should be sued in the latest wave of lawsuits related to the recent May 25 deadline of the Minnesota Child Victims Act.Sacred Heart in East Grand Forks was one of the parishes sued before the deadline with claims that the Rev. Stanley Bourassa, who died in 2004, committed sexual abuse of a minor while assigned to the parish from 1965 to 1968.It's not that parishes weren't sued before in clergy sexual abuse cases, but there has been a conscious decision to include both parishes and the diocese more recently, Finnegan said."They were sued in all the Minnesota cases across the state right now to protect the survivors' rights," said Finnegan, who works with Jeff Anderson & Associates, which is known for its role in pursuing cases involving clergy abuse. "It was kind of a mixed bag historically of whether the parish has been sued or not."Finnegan told Forum News Service he estimates approximately 1,000 claims were brought against individuals and organizations statewide during the final weeks before the deadline, and about 200 alleged perpetrators were identified for the first time."There's 16 that I'm aware of that we have right now against the Diocese of Crookston," Finnegan said about lawsuits stemming from his office.The case against Sacred Heart is still new, Finne...

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Obituary - James Stordahl - Crookston Daily Times

Monday, March 13, 2017

Dave Stordahl and his wife Wanda (Keifet) Stordahl (McIntosh, MN). Mother in law, Madeline Dufault and Father in law Lawrence Dufault (Gentilly, MN), brother in law, Randy Dufault and his wife Kathy (East Grand Forks, MN), brother in law Tony Dufault and wife Deb (Grand Forks, ND), brother in law, Robin Dufault and girlfriend, Diane (East Grand Forks), sister in law, Charlene Schlueter and husband Bob (Hutchinson, MN), sister in law Tammy Scheving and husband Roger, sister in law Lonie Woltjer and husband, Andy (Moorhead, MN) and brother in law, Marlin Dufault (Gentilly, MN) and many, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and dear friends.Welcoming Jim to his heavenly home was his son Bryan and infant, Erin. His parents, Orville and Marion Stordahl and many beloved family members, friends and animals. In honor of Jim’s life, the family will be setting up the Jim Stordahl scholarship fund for Win-E-Mac students.

With Sacred Heart lawsuit, questions over whether parishes are liable - Grand Forks Herald

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Mike Finnegan and Monsignor Mike Foltz differ is who should be sued in the latest wave of lawsuits related to the recent May 25 deadline of the Minnesota Child Victims Act.Sacred Heart in East Grand Forks was one of the parishes sued before the deadline with claims that the Rev. Stanley Bourassa, who died in 2004, committed sexual abuse of a minor while assigned to the parish from 1965 to 1968.It's not that parishes weren't sued before in clergy sexual abuse cases, but there has been a conscious decision to include both parishes and the diocese more recently, Finnegan said."They were sued in all the Minnesota cases across the state right now to protect the survivors' rights," said Finnegan, who works with Jeff Anderson & Associates, which is known for its role in pursuing cases involving clergy abuse. "It was kind of a mixed bag historically of whether the parish has been sued or not."Finnegan told Forum News Service he estimates approximately 1,000 claims were brought against individuals and organizations statewide during the final weeks before the deadline, and about 200 alleged perpetrators were identified for the first time."There's 16 that I'm aware of that we have right now against the Diocese of Crookston," Finnegan said about lawsuits stemming from his office.The case against Sacred Heart is still new, Finne...