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Huber Funeral Homes and Cremation Services Excelsior Chapel

520 2nd Street
Excelsior, MN 55331
(952) 474-9595
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Evelyn Johnson, 95 - East Grand Forks Exponent

Monday, January 09, 2017

Evelyn Victoria Johnson, 95, was born in Poppleton Township to Emil and Gina Johnson on May 14, 1921, and went to be with her Lord on Christmas Day, December 25, 2016. She attended Excelsior School through eighth grade and then graduated from High School in Lancaster in 1942. Evie attended Northwestern Bible College in Minneapolis. She was employed at the J.W. Thomas store and Greyhound Bus Lines in Minneapolis. Returning home to the local area, Evelyn was employed at the Kittson County Hospital for a year and a half prior to marrying Raymond W. Johnson in 1947, son of Mandie and Ida Johnson. Ray and Evelyn made their home on the farm in Jupiter Township until they moved into an apartment in Hallock in the fall of 1996. Bonnie Rae (Reuben) Gorden was born in 1949 and in 1960 Hope Ann (Dwight) Scoles was welcomed into the Johnson family. Ray and Evie had three grandchildren, Elizabeth (Paul) Valley (Elizabeth deceased), Heather (Edward) Moorse, and David Gorden. The great grandchildren include Alexander, Evan, Kody, McKenna and Mason Moorse. Family extended to all of her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. As the very last in the family of her generat...

Miles Lord, judge who played pivotal role in Minnesota history, dies at 97 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, December 12, 2016

Mick, who worked with him in his private practice, died in 2012.A public memorial will be held at 4 p.m. Jan. 12 at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, 301 County Road 19, Excelsior. ...

William Cowling - Excelsior Springs Standard

Monday, November 21, 2016

Bill will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 19, 2016, at Macedonia Baptist Church in Rolla with Rev. Larry Paris and Dr. David Mason officiating. Dad will be laid to rest at Hillcrest Cemetery, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.Arrangements entrusted to Gottenstroeter Funeral Home in Owensville.By admin • neal@ibits.bizGet ALL the local news. Click here and subscribe to our online e-Editions!...

Last gasp for S.F.'s long tradition of funeral homes - San Francisco Chronicle

Monday, November 14, 2016

The Valente Marini Perata & Co. funeral home on Mission Street in San Francisco’s Excelsior neighborhood has four chapels, three reception salons, and two upstairs apartments, which, in the days before answering services, were home to staffers who answered calls around the clock. It has parking for 100 cars, and two levels of basements where caskets are stored and bodies embalmed.But with a plan in the works to develop 154 units of affordable housing there, fifth-generation funeral-home director Matt Taylor is in the market for a new site for his business. The nonprofit developer Bridge Housing made an unsolicited offer on the property, which is owned by Taylor’s father and a partner. It was too good to refuse.“I’m an undertaker — I believe in what I do,” Taylor said. “We have a traditional business that is successful. But we probably have more space than we need. And you have a situation in San Francisco where real estate values are astronomical.”The business of taking care of the dead is slowly dying in San Francisco, the victim of people living longer, the popula...

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Evelyn Johnson, 95 - East Grand Forks Exponent

Monday, January 09, 2017

Evelyn Victoria Johnson, 95, was born in Poppleton Township to Emil and Gina Johnson on May 14, 1921, and went to be with her Lord on Christmas Day, December 25, 2016. She attended Excelsior School through eighth grade and then graduated from High School in Lancaster in 1942. Evie attended Northwestern Bible College in Minneapolis. She was employed at the J.W. Thomas store and Greyhound Bus Lines in Minneapolis. Returning home to the local area, Evelyn was employed at the Kittson County Hospital for a year and a half prior to marrying Raymond W. Johnson in 1947, son of Mandie and Ida Johnson. Ray and Evelyn made their home on the farm in Jupiter Township until they moved into an apartment in Hallock in the fall of 1996. Bonnie Rae (Reuben) Gorden was born in 1949 and in 1960 Hope Ann (Dwight) Scoles was welcomed into the Johnson family. Ray and Evie had three grandchildren, Elizabeth (Paul) Valley (Elizabeth deceased), Heather (Edward) Moorse, and David Gorden. The great grandchildren include Alexander, Evan, Kody, McKenna and Mason Moorse. Family extended to all of her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. As the very last in the family of her generat...

Miles Lord, judge who played pivotal role in Minnesota history, dies at 97 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, December 12, 2016

Mick, who worked with him in his private practice, died in 2012.A public memorial will be held at 4 p.m. Jan. 12 at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, 301 County Road 19, Excelsior. ...

William Cowling - Excelsior Springs Standard

Monday, November 21, 2016

Bill will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 19, 2016, at Macedonia Baptist Church in Rolla with Rev. Larry Paris and Dr. David Mason officiating. Dad will be laid to rest at Hillcrest Cemetery, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.Arrangements entrusted to Gottenstroeter Funeral Home in Owensville.By admin • neal@ibits.bizGet ALL the local news. Click here and subscribe to our online e-Editions!...

Last gasp for S.F.'s long tradition of funeral homes - San Francisco Chronicle

Monday, November 14, 2016

The Valente Marini Perata & Co. funeral home on Mission Street in San Francisco’s Excelsior neighborhood has four chapels, three reception salons, and two upstairs apartments, which, in the days before answering services, were home to staffers who answered calls around the clock. It has parking for 100 cars, and two levels of basements where caskets are stored and bodies embalmed.But with a plan in the works to develop 154 units of affordable housing there, fifth-generation funeral-home director Matt Taylor is in the market for a new site for his business. The nonprofit developer Bridge Housing made an unsolicited offer on the property, which is owned by Taylor’s father and a partner. It was too good to refuse.“I’m an undertaker — I believe in what I do,” Taylor said. “We have a traditional business that is successful. But we probably have more space than we need. And you have a situation in San Francisco where real estate values are astronomical.”The business of taking care of the dead is slowly dying in San Francisco, the victim of people living longer, the popula...