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Minnesota Valley Funeral Home

501 7th Street
Nicollet, MN 56074
(507) 225-3033
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Stephanadis, Steve D. - Southern Maryland Online

Monday, March 13, 2017

Chagrin Falls, Ohio; grandson Nicholas of Washington, DC; granddaughter Laura of Washington, DC; granddaughter Katherine of New Orleans, LA; sister-in-law Sonja of Clearwater, FL; sister-in-law Nicolletta Cutsumpas (Lloyd) of Danbury, CT; nephews Demetrios (Zoe) Stefanadis, John (Karen) Cutsumpas , Ted (Alicia) Cutsumpas, John Tsigounis, Nicholas (Janice) Tsigounis, and Stevie Tsigounis; nieces Annette (James) Mavres, and Arleen (Tony) Castelli; many other grandnieces and grandnephews; and dear friends.The service will be held this Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 3:30 pm at the Huntt Funeral Home on 3035 Old Washington Road in Waldorf, Maryland 20601. Father Joseph Edgington will be officiating. Interment will be at Maryland Veterans Cemetery Cheltenham at a later date. The family also appreciates the care from the staff of University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center in La Plata, MD. Arrangements by Huntt Funeral Home.

Savoy retires after 40 years at funeral home - NUjournal

Monday, February 06, 2017

We were able to buy all the property up to the corner.”About the same time, Minnesota Valley Funeral Home traded its Sleepy Eye operation to Firle Funeral Home for its Nicollet facility. A few years later the funeral home rebuilt its facility in Gibbon.Finally, in 2013 the funeral home purchased the South Chapel at 7th South and Broadway from Schmucker Funeral Home, which had taken over for Firle. It also added a crematory to its North Chapel facilitiesWhen he started, Minnesota Valley Funeral Home did about 120 services a year. Now, it is doing nearly 300.Minnesota Valley Funeral Home remains a unique institution. It is a cooperative, formed by local business people in 1929 to provide funeral services at a reasonable price to its members. It cost $5 to become a member back then, and the entry fee remains at $5 today. Patronage dividends are paid back to members in the year after a service is performed to the member or person covered by the membership. It is governed by a board of directors.

Obituary: Dr. William Gamble, surgeon and missionary, dies at 82 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, September 26, 2016

Tom. “That short time increased his confidence and clinical skills,” Tom said.After finishing his residency in Cleveland, Gamble took a job at the new St. Louis Park Medical Center (now Park Nicollet Medical Center) in Minnesota. Neither he nor his wife, Katherine, called Cassie, had Midwestern roots, but they settled in comfortably in Edina.After retiring from clinical practice in 1999, Gamble stepped up his work at the University of Minnesota medical school, teaching students and residents surgical ethics and technique for more than 15 years.Over more than 47 years of clinical practice and teaching, he influenced countless students and surgical residents now practicing around the country, his family said.“He was what people called a ‘surgeon’s surgeon,’?” Tom Gamble said. “Doctors would call him up for care.”Dr. Michael G. Sarr, a surgeon at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, described Gamble as “gracious.”“I have tremendous respect for the guy,” Sarr said.Anne, who had the opportunity to do a surgical rotation with him during her medical studies, said that in the operating room, her father had a “gentle demeanor.”He was “reassuring and calm and an unusually good listener for his generation,” she said.Before he died, the family gathered notes from his trainees. Many thanked him for his guidance and patience.Although Gamble was a busy man, he tried to make it to his children’s school and extracurricular events. When the family built a cabin on the North Shore, Cassie and the children would spend summers there, and Gamble would visit on weekends.The very few times the family saw their father practice medicine was during those medical missionary trips, on which he often brought his family.“His call to the mission field was really important to him and set him apart from other colleagues,” said his daughter Kay Kuth.In the last weeks of his life, Bill and Cassie were able to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.In addition to his wife, Cassie, son, Tom, and daughters Anne and Kay, he is survived by 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services have been held. ...

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Stephanadis, Steve D. - Southern Maryland Online

Monday, March 13, 2017

Chagrin Falls, Ohio; grandson Nicholas of Washington, DC; granddaughter Laura of Washington, DC; granddaughter Katherine of New Orleans, LA; sister-in-law Sonja of Clearwater, FL; sister-in-law Nicolletta Cutsumpas (Lloyd) of Danbury, CT; nephews Demetrios (Zoe) Stefanadis, John (Karen) Cutsumpas , Ted (Alicia) Cutsumpas, John Tsigounis, Nicholas (Janice) Tsigounis, and Stevie Tsigounis; nieces Annette (James) Mavres, and Arleen (Tony) Castelli; many other grandnieces and grandnephews; and dear friends.The service will be held this Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 3:30 pm at the Huntt Funeral Home on 3035 Old Washington Road in Waldorf, Maryland 20601. Father Joseph Edgington will be officiating. Interment will be at Maryland Veterans Cemetery Cheltenham at a later date. The family also appreciates the care from the staff of University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center in La Plata, MD. Arrangements by Huntt Funeral Home.

Savoy retires after 40 years at funeral home - NUjournal

Monday, February 06, 2017

We were able to buy all the property up to the corner.”About the same time, Minnesota Valley Funeral Home traded its Sleepy Eye operation to Firle Funeral Home for its Nicollet facility. A few years later the funeral home rebuilt its facility in Gibbon.Finally, in 2013 the funeral home purchased the South Chapel at 7th South and Broadway from Schmucker Funeral Home, which had taken over for Firle. It also added a crematory to its North Chapel facilitiesWhen he started, Minnesota Valley Funeral Home did about 120 services a year. Now, it is doing nearly 300.Minnesota Valley Funeral Home remains a unique institution. It is a cooperative, formed by local business people in 1929 to provide funeral services at a reasonable price to its members. It cost $5 to become a member back then, and the entry fee remains at $5 today. Patronage dividends are paid back to members in the year after a service is performed to the member or person covered by the membership. It is governed by a board of directors.

Obituary: Dr. William Gamble, surgeon and missionary, dies at 82 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, September 26, 2016

Tom. “That short time increased his confidence and clinical skills,” Tom said.After finishing his residency in Cleveland, Gamble took a job at the new St. Louis Park Medical Center (now Park Nicollet Medical Center) in Minnesota. Neither he nor his wife, Katherine, called Cassie, had Midwestern roots, but they settled in comfortably in Edina.After retiring from clinical practice in 1999, Gamble stepped up his work at the University of Minnesota medical school, teaching students and residents surgical ethics and technique for more than 15 years.Over more than 47 years of clinical practice and teaching, he influenced countless students and surgical residents now practicing around the country, his family said.“He was what people called a ‘surgeon’s surgeon,’?” Tom Gamble said. “Doctors would call him up for care.”Dr. Michael G. Sarr, a surgeon at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, described Gamble as “gracious.”“I have tremendous respect for the guy,” Sarr said.Anne, who had the opportunity to do a surgical rotation with him during her medical studies, said that in the operating room, her father had a “gentle demeanor.”He was “reassuring and calm and an unusually good listener for his generation,” she said.Before he died, the family gathered notes from his trainees. Many thanked him for his guidance and patience.Although Gamble was a busy man, he tried to make it to his children’s school and extracurricular events. When the family built a cabin on the North Shore, Cassie and the children would spend summers there, and Gamble would visit on weekends.The very few times the family saw their father practice medicine was during those medical missionary trips, on which he often brought his family.“His call to the mission field was really important to him and set him apart from other colleagues,” said his daughter Kay Kuth.In the last weeks of his life, Bill and Cassie were able to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.In addition to his wife, Cassie, son, Tom, and daughters Anne and Kay, he is survived by 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services have been held. ...