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Fairview Cemetery

5015 County Road 151
Mound, MN 55364
(952) 472-3925
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Huber Funeral Homes and Cremation Services Mound Chapel

1801 Commerce Boulevard
Mound, MN 55364
(952) 472-1716
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Mound MN Obituaries and Death Notices

Mary Greenwood - Parsons Sun

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Alton, Missouri, passed away at 3:33 p.m. Friday, June 2, 2017, at her home.She was born July 12, 1941, at Colorado Springs, Colorado, to Charles and Ruth (Beeson) Greenwood. She was raised in Mound Valley and had lived in Alton for several years.Ms. Greenwood was a truck driver. She loved fishing, trucking and spending time with her grandchildren.Survivors include her significant other, Gerald Finney; her children, Terri Vrtis and her husband, Jim, Teresa Bamberry and her husband, Randy, Tammie Coats and her husband, Donnie, Toni Lehman and Tinda Lehman; 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild and one on the way; two brothers, Robert Greenwood and Victor Greenwood; and a sister, Shirley Greenwood.She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Trampus Lehman; a great-great-great-grandchild; and a sister, Betty Billingsly.Although no date has been set, the family is planning a service at Mound Valley Baptist Church, with burial to follow in Angola Cemetery. Robertson-Drago Funeral Home, West Plains, Missouri, is in charge of arrangements. ...

Lynda McAbee

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Saturday, April 1, 2017, at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, following a sudden illness.Lynda was born on Jan. 21, 1960, in National City, California, to Norman and Fae Unruh. She graduated from Moundridge, Kansas High School in 1978.She married her high school sweetheart, Ron McAbee on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, 1978, in Moundridge, Kansas. The couple bought their home in Grove in 2007.A member of COS (Church of the Shepherd) in Grove, Lynda lived out her faith in her volunteerism. Soft-spoken, she lived a life filled with compassion that flowed from her sweet spirit. She was a very classy lady who surrounded herself with many friends.Actively involved in a variety of organizations, Lynda’s passions included serving with the Delaware County Children’s Special Advocacy Network (DCCSAN) in Jay.She was also a member of the Sweet Annie’s Herb Club and it’s yearly Christmas Homes Tour, the Grand Lake Newcomer's Club, Book Club and Bible Study Fellowship.She was preceded in death by her mother, Fae, and her sister, Crystal Rush.Survivors include her husband, Ron, of the home; and two sons: Randy (Jill) McAbee, Grove, and Rusty (Nicole) McAbee, Broken Arrow; a niece: Chassidy Rush, Broken Arrow; five grandsons: Ryan, Jase and Caleb McAbee, Grove, and Riley and Rogan McAbee, Broken Arro...

Harold Baggett

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Harold Ray Baggett, 87 of Indian Mound, TN passed away on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at Diversicare of Dover. He was born July 6, 1929 in Clarksville, TN. Mr. Baggett was a farmer. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his daughter, Donna Raye Miller and son, David Harold Baggett. Survivors include his wife, Ruth Pearl Rushing Baggett, Indian Mound, TN, granddaughter, Julie Rosow, Indian Mound, TN, one brother and one sister. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 2:00 pm with Rev. Melvin Dunaway officiating. Burial will be in the Stewart Co. Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 4-8:00 pm at Anglin Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Les Robertson, Jamie Robertson, Ronnie Rowlett, Todd Rowlett, Dion Rushing and Jerry Largent. Arrangements are entrusted to Anglin Funeral Home, Inc., Dover, TN.

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

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Brainerd. He graduated St. Cloud State University in 1958 with a degree in social studies education and an emphasis on history. Goff went on to teach American history at Mounds View High School until 1963.As a teacher, Goff became active in DFL politics. He worked on numerous political campaigns, including John F. Kennedy's presidential run in 1960, many times helping with writing and placing advertisements for candidates across the state. After he left teaching, Goff became a senior aide to Gov. Karl Rolvaag, who served from 1963-67.In 1966, the day after Goff helped Nick Coleman be re-elected to the Minnesota Senate, Coleman asked Goff to form an advertising agency with him. Coleman and Goff Advertising was established that month. Goff described Coleman as the more talented out of the pair."It was always a great wonderment to me that somebody would ask that I would write something," Goff said.Nick Coleman's son, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, said Goff was one of the most "wickedly smart and brilliantly funny" people that he had ever met and that it was no surprise why his father had chosen to partner with him."I think in Bob he found a partner that understood the merger of his political life with the public relations side of it," the mayor said.Goff described the ad business in that era as the Wild West with "big bucks" being spent on advertising work done by out-of-town agencies. Goff said he and Coleman prided themselves on offering clients more affordable options.The agency was one of Minnesota's first public relations practices and served a range of clients, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Polaris and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe."Not only was he a very strategic political thinker, he was also in the business of public relations, marketing, figuring out strategies for clients," said Roger Moe, a friend and former DFL state Senate leader. "He was without a doubt one of the best I ever watched."Moe said that Goff knew how politics came down to connecting with people."He understood it was about friendships and knowing people," Moe sai...

Lucy J. Patterson - Pickaway News Journal

Monday, April 03, 2017

Marjorie Seymour.Funeral services will be held at noon on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, in the Ware Funeral Home, Chillicothe, with Rev. Bruce Viar officiating. Burial will follow in Little Mound Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.You may sign her online register at www.warefh.com.

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bernard. “A lot of funeral homes creep people out.”What do you think of the idea? Join the Facebook conversationThe drive-thru visitation is not a new concept, but the business in Memphis' Orange Mound neighborhood is one of the first to offer the service in the mid-South. A few funeral homes outside of the Memphis also offer the service. On the West Coast, Robert L. Adams Mortuary in Compton, Calif., also advertises drive-thru viewings.In the Midwest, Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw, Mich., began offering drive-thru visitations in 2014."When we first started it, everybody was talking about it and it was a big deal," said Ivan Phillips, owner of Paradise Funeral Chapel. "Things have now calmed down, and we use the service two to three times a week."Bernard said since he opened his funeral home in January, six families have selected the drive-thru option. The service is part of the funeral packages and offered at no additional charge.Related: Some funeral homes choose fun 'life celebrations'"We still have traditional visitation services," Bernard said. "The drive-thru is just an added bonus for your family member. It is up to the family to decide if they want this option."The drive-thru service typically lasts one hour. A black-and-gold sign that reads “Drive Thru Viewing” directs visitors to a driveway where they are greeted by an employee holding an iPad. The iPad serves as an electronic update to the pen-and-paper guestbook. The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.Bernard said reaction has been mostly positive, but others have said they find it disrespectful. Bob Arrington, a funeral home owner in Jackson, Tenn., falls in the latter camp."In my opinion, I don't think the body should be put on display like a new car," said Arrington, who also is the former president of the National Funeral Directors Association."I think if it was to catch on, so to speak, it would be geographical," Arrington said. " I think one of the last ones to do it would be in the South because we are so traditional and so tightly wrapped to the Bible Belt."The Memphis funeral home director said that drive-thru visitation is simply one of th...

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Mary Greenwood - Parsons Sun

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Alton, Missouri, passed away at 3:33 p.m. Friday, June 2, 2017, at her home.She was born July 12, 1941, at Colorado Springs, Colorado, to Charles and Ruth (Beeson) Greenwood. She was raised in Mound Valley and had lived in Alton for several years.Ms. Greenwood was a truck driver. She loved fishing, trucking and spending time with her grandchildren.Survivors include her significant other, Gerald Finney; her children, Terri Vrtis and her husband, Jim, Teresa Bamberry and her husband, Randy, Tammie Coats and her husband, Donnie, Toni Lehman and Tinda Lehman; 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild and one on the way; two brothers, Robert Greenwood and Victor Greenwood; and a sister, Shirley Greenwood.She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Trampus Lehman; a great-great-great-grandchild; and a sister, Betty Billingsly.Although no date has been set, the family is planning a service at Mound Valley Baptist Church, with burial to follow in Angola Cemetery. Robertson-Drago Funeral Home, West Plains, Missouri, is in charge of arrangements. ...

Lynda McAbee

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Saturday, April 1, 2017, at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, following a sudden illness.Lynda was born on Jan. 21, 1960, in National City, California, to Norman and Fae Unruh. She graduated from Moundridge, Kansas High School in 1978.She married her high school sweetheart, Ron McAbee on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, 1978, in Moundridge, Kansas. The couple bought their home in Grove in 2007.A member of COS (Church of the Shepherd) in Grove, Lynda lived out her faith in her volunteerism. Soft-spoken, she lived a life filled with compassion that flowed from her sweet spirit. She was a very classy lady who surrounded herself with many friends.Actively involved in a variety of organizations, Lynda’s passions included serving with the Delaware County Children’s Special Advocacy Network (DCCSAN) in Jay.She was also a member of the Sweet Annie’s Herb Club and it’s yearly Christmas Homes Tour, the Grand Lake Newcomer's Club, Book Club and Bible Study Fellowship.She was preceded in death by her mother, Fae, and her sister, Crystal Rush.Survivors include her husband, Ron, of the home; and two sons: Randy (Jill) McAbee, Grove, and Rusty (Nicole) McAbee, Broken Arrow; a niece: Chassidy Rush, Broken Arrow; five grandsons: Ryan, Jase and Caleb McAbee, Grove, and Riley and Rogan McAbee, Broken Arro...

Harold Baggett

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Harold Ray Baggett, 87 of Indian Mound, TN passed away on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at Diversicare of Dover. He was born July 6, 1929 in Clarksville, TN. Mr. Baggett was a farmer. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his daughter, Donna Raye Miller and son, David Harold Baggett. Survivors include his wife, Ruth Pearl Rushing Baggett, Indian Mound, TN, granddaughter, Julie Rosow, Indian Mound, TN, one brother and one sister. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 2:00 pm with Rev. Melvin Dunaway officiating. Burial will be in the Stewart Co. Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 4-8:00 pm at Anglin Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Les Robertson, Jamie Robertson, Ronnie Rowlett, Todd Rowlett, Dion Rushing and Jerry Largent. Arrangements are entrusted to Anglin Funeral Home, Inc., Dover, TN.

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

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Brainerd. He graduated St. Cloud State University in 1958 with a degree in social studies education and an emphasis on history. Goff went on to teach American history at Mounds View High School until 1963.As a teacher, Goff became active in DFL politics. He worked on numerous political campaigns, including John F. Kennedy's presidential run in 1960, many times helping with writing and placing advertisements for candidates across the state. After he left teaching, Goff became a senior aide to Gov. Karl Rolvaag, who served from 1963-67.In 1966, the day after Goff helped Nick Coleman be re-elected to the Minnesota Senate, Coleman asked Goff to form an advertising agency with him. Coleman and Goff Advertising was established that month. Goff described Coleman as the more talented out of the pair."It was always a great wonderment to me that somebody would ask that I would write something," Goff said.Nick Coleman's son, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, said Goff was one of the most "wickedly smart and brilliantly funny" people that he had ever met and that it was no surprise why his father had chosen to partner with him."I think in Bob he found a partner that understood the merger of his political life with the public relations side of it," the mayor said.Goff described the ad business in that era as the Wild West with "big bucks" being spent on advertising work done by out-of-town agencies. Goff said he and Coleman prided themselves on offering clients more affordable options.The agency was one of Minnesota's first public relations practices and served a range of clients, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Polaris and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe."Not only was he a very strategic political thinker, he was also in the business of public relations, marketing, figuring out strategies for clients," said Roger Moe, a friend and former DFL state Senate leader. "He was without a doubt one of the best I ever watched."Moe said that Goff knew how politics came down to connecting with people."He understood it was about friendships and knowing people," Moe sai...

Lucy J. Patterson - Pickaway News Journal

Monday, April 03, 2017

Marjorie Seymour.Funeral services will be held at noon on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, in the Ware Funeral Home, Chillicothe, with Rev. Bruce Viar officiating. Burial will follow in Little Mound Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.You may sign her online register at www.warefh.com.

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bernard. “A lot of funeral homes creep people out.”What do you think of the idea? Join the Facebook conversationThe drive-thru visitation is not a new concept, but the business in Memphis' Orange Mound neighborhood is one of the first to offer the service in the mid-South. A few funeral homes outside of the Memphis also offer the service. On the West Coast, Robert L. Adams Mortuary in Compton, Calif., also advertises drive-thru viewings.In the Midwest, Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw, Mich., began offering drive-thru visitations in 2014."When we first started it, everybody was talking about it and it was a big deal," said Ivan Phillips, owner of Paradise Funeral Chapel. "Things have now calmed down, and we use the service two to three times a week."Bernard said since he opened his funeral home in January, six families have selected the drive-thru option. The service is part of the funeral packages and offered at no additional charge.Related: Some funeral homes choose fun 'life celebrations'"We still have traditional visitation services," Bernard said. "The drive-thru is just an added bonus for your family member. It is up to the family to decide if they want this option."The drive-thru service typically lasts one hour. A black-and-gold sign that reads “Drive Thru Viewing” directs visitors to a driveway where they are greeted by an employee holding an iPad. The iPad serves as an electronic update to the pen-and-paper guestbook. The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.Bernard said reaction has been mostly positive, but others have said they find it disrespectful. Bob Arrington, a funeral home owner in Jackson, Tenn., falls in the latter camp."In my opinion, I don't think the body should be put on display like a new car," said Arrington, who also is the former president of the National Funeral Directors Association."I think if it was to catch on, so to speak, it would be geographical," Arrington said. " I think one of the last ones to do it would be in the South because we are so traditional and so tightly wrapped to the Bible Belt."The Memphis funeral home director said that drive-thru visitation is simply one of th...