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Eveleth, MN 55734
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Ryan James LaBine - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Monday, February 20, 2017

Rock Creek, Minn.He was born on May 14, 1982, to Michael LaBine and Suzanne Erickson in Hibbing. Ryan was employed as a maintenance mechanic for Polaris in Osceola, Wis. He graduated from Eveleth Technical College, completing a two-year program in maintenance mechanic training. Ryan attended and graduated from N-K High School in 2000. He was a member of the Dirty Riders ATV Club. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, boating and riding his ATV. Ryan was such an outgoing, easy-to-get-along-with man, who could always make you smile.He is survived by wife, Jena LaBine of Rush City; two children, Nolan, 12, and Meranda, 9, LaBine, both of Rush City; his father, Michael LaBine of Keewatin; mother, Suzanne Erickson of Coolidge, Ariz.; his grandmother, Theresa LaBine of Hibbing; and two nephews, Devin Eskeli and Caleb Hunt.He was preceded in death by grandfather, Dennis LaBine; grandmother, Jean Jensen; and grandfather, Mason Kirk.Funeral: Services for Ryan will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Dougherty Funeral Home of Hibbing. The Rev. Richard Johnston will officiate.Visitation: Will be held from 10 a.m. until the funeral service Thursday at the funeral home.Arrangements are with the Dougherty Funeral Home of Hibbing. To leave an online mess...

Baldrica known as a 'true patron' of music - Mesabi Daily News

Monday, July 25, 2016

Bauman described the “essence of Bob Baldrica” as “community-minded, great sense of humor, musical, joke teller, golfer, family man, panache, great smile, witty.”Bill Lavato of Eveleth said in an email, “I lost a good friend and fellow musician. Bob was a teacher at Eveleth High School in the music department when I was a band student some 56 years ago. After leaving the area for western Minnesota for a few years and then returning to the Nashwauk-Keewatin bands, I met both Bob and Barb when I was teaching in Mountain Iron. We rode the bus to Minneapolis with several area band students from Range schools to go to a Vikings game to support the Taconite Amendment. I was always impressed with the Baldricas’ willingness to all the extra things beyond the school day that they would do.”After being band director at Eveleth High School, Bob became manager of the Virginia Schmitt Music store and would stop once a week to deliver music, supplies, instruments, and pick up and return instruments that needed repair. “This was such a valuable service that made my teaching job a lot easier. Bob then took over the directing of our local Mesabi Community Band when Jim Colosimo retired. Bob directed the Mesabi Community Band for 30-plus years doing local concerts. I had the pleasure of playing my trumpet in the band and in return he played the trumpet in the Mesabi Community Orchestra that I conducted. We co-conducted the Virginia City Band concerts in Olcott Park. What a pleasure it was to share all of the duties of putting this band together. Bob would direct half of the concert while I blew my trumpet and roles would be reversed for the other half. We also sat side by side for several years in our brass quintet ‘The Five Seasoned Brass.’ Bob touched the lives of many area musicians.”Gunderson said in an email, “Bob Baldrica was a lot of things to many people. He was funny naturally, and always had a joke to share. Sometimes it would have a little ‘naughtiness’ to it, to which he would LOVE to watch my face as he pounced on THE punchline! I have known him, his wife Barbara and his family since I first came on the scene up here in Virginia in 1982. I started my private music teaching career and was in the Schmitt music store, several times every week. My husband Dale was there keeping up with new instruments for our son Preston (who took piano lessons from Barb Baldrica) and for me. Dale knew him to be honest and sincere with a firm handshake, every time they would meet.”She added, “Bob was smooth, friendly and I always thought, so handsome. He was kind and would always help you by finding out the answer you needed. The music world up here on the Iron RWe are very sad and will truly miss his sincere hugs and those firm handshakes. Rest in peace, dear friend.”Kelly Lind of Duluth, a fellow trumpet player in the city band, said in an email, “He was always glad to help the younger members and he never stopped teaching. One of our trombone players sits behind the trumpet row, and he was getting some tips from Bob on how to play a specific part at practice last week. He and I have gone up to Cook to help out their alumni band for their Timber Days parade in June. Going to band practice is going to be tough seeing his chair open. He and Bill Lavato talked about music being a lifelong hobby; in Bob’s case that was very evident considering he played in a concert two days before his passing.”Robert J. Muhich, also a fellow musician, said, “He was a longtime friend and fine trumpet...

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Ryan James LaBine - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Monday, February 20, 2017

Rock Creek, Minn.He was born on May 14, 1982, to Michael LaBine and Suzanne Erickson in Hibbing. Ryan was employed as a maintenance mechanic for Polaris in Osceola, Wis. He graduated from Eveleth Technical College, completing a two-year program in maintenance mechanic training. Ryan attended and graduated from N-K High School in 2000. He was a member of the Dirty Riders ATV Club. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, boating and riding his ATV. Ryan was such an outgoing, easy-to-get-along-with man, who could always make you smile.He is survived by wife, Jena LaBine of Rush City; two children, Nolan, 12, and Meranda, 9, LaBine, both of Rush City; his father, Michael LaBine of Keewatin; mother, Suzanne Erickson of Coolidge, Ariz.; his grandmother, Theresa LaBine of Hibbing; and two nephews, Devin Eskeli and Caleb Hunt.He was preceded in death by grandfather, Dennis LaBine; grandmother, Jean Jensen; and grandfather, Mason Kirk.Funeral: Services for Ryan will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Dougherty Funeral Home of Hibbing. The Rev. Richard Johnston will officiate.Visitation: Will be held from 10 a.m. until the funeral service Thursday at the funeral home.Arrangements are with the Dougherty Funeral Home of Hibbing. To leave an online mess...

Baldrica known as a 'true patron' of music - Mesabi Daily News

Monday, July 25, 2016

Bauman described the “essence of Bob Baldrica” as “community-minded, great sense of humor, musical, joke teller, golfer, family man, panache, great smile, witty.”Bill Lavato of Eveleth said in an email, “I lost a good friend and fellow musician. Bob was a teacher at Eveleth High School in the music department when I was a band student some 56 years ago. After leaving the area for western Minnesota for a few years and then returning to the Nashwauk-Keewatin bands, I met both Bob and Barb when I was teaching in Mountain Iron. We rode the bus to Minneapolis with several area band students from Range schools to go to a Vikings game to support the Taconite Amendment. I was always impressed with the Baldricas’ willingness to all the extra things beyond the school day that they would do.”After being band director at Eveleth High School, Bob became manager of the Virginia Schmitt Music store and would stop once a week to deliver music, supplies, instruments, and pick up and return instruments that needed repair. “This was such a valuable service that made my teaching job a lot easier. Bob then took over the directing of our local Mesabi Community Band when Jim Colosimo retired. Bob directed the Mesabi Community Band for 30-plus years doing local concerts. I had the pleasure of playing my trumpet in the band and in return he played the trumpet in the Mesabi Community Orchestra that I conducted. We co-conducted the Virginia City Band concerts in Olcott Park. What a pleasure it was to share all of the duties of putting this band together. Bob would direct half of the concert while I blew my trumpet and roles would be reversed for the other half. We also sat side by side for several years in our brass quintet ‘The Five Seasoned Brass.’ Bob touched the lives of many area musicians.”Gunderson said in an email, “Bob Baldrica was a lot of things to many people. He was funny naturally, and always had a joke to share. Sometimes it would have a little ‘naughtiness’ to it, to which he would LOVE to watch my face as he pounced on THE punchline! I have known him, his wife Barbara and his family since I first came on the scene up here in Virginia in 1982. I started my private music teaching career and was in the Schmitt music store, several times every week. My husband Dale was there keeping up with new instruments for our son Preston (who took piano lessons from Barb Baldrica) and for me. Dale knew him to be honest and sincere with a firm handshake, every time they would meet.”She added, “Bob was smooth, friendly and I always thought, so handsome. He was kind and would always help you by finding out the answer you needed. The music world up here on the Iron RWe are very sad and will truly miss his sincere hugs and those firm handshakes. Rest in peace, dear friend.”Kelly Lind of Duluth, a fellow trumpet player in the city band, said in an email, “He was always glad to help the younger members and he never stopped teaching. One of our trombone players sits behind the trumpet row, and he was getting some tips from Bob on how to play a specific part at practice last week. He and I have gone up to Cook to help out their alumni band for their Timber Days parade in June. Going to band practice is going to be tough seeing his chair open. He and Bill Lavato talked about music being a lifelong hobby; in Bob’s case that was very evident considering he played in a concert two days before his passing.”Robert J. Muhich, also a fellow musician, said, “He was a longtime friend and fine trumpet...