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Bodelson Mahn Funeral Home

602 Plum Street
Red Wing, MN 55066
(651) 388-3343
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Returning to his roots: Chris Falteisek's ancestral journey - Pierce County Herald

Monday, September 05, 2016

Pepin) retired from Burlington Northern Railroad after 31 years.His older sister, Cindy Penker of Marshfield, is a voice and piano teacher. His brother Andy works at ProAct in Red Wing, Minn. Sister Denise LaCroix transferred to the Ford Motor Company location in Louisville, Ky., where she recently married Rich Cornell.GenealogyFalteisek is a familiar name in Pierce and Pepin counties, where he is active in preserving and recording the area’s history.His advice for beginners is to use ancestry.com and findagrave.com. His website shares several links he frequently uses in his genealogical research.He’s a member of the Prescott Historical Association and has served as an officer in the Pierce County Historical Association.“I am a member of several genealogy associations and am the vice president of the Nord-Hedmark og Hedemarken Lag -- a genealogy and cultural group that has roots in the Hedmark area of Norway,” Falteisek said.He frequently gives presentations on his travels and genealogy research, weaving them into concert performances.At  7 p.m Wednesday,  Sept.  7., Falteisek will give a presentation on his recent journey at Christ  Episcopal Church (7305 Afton Road, Woodbury, Minn.)Anecdotes, insights, music, pictures and videos of Falteisek’s travels will be part of the presentation. Joining him to assist with Nordic and Polish music are local musicians and friends Michelle Sieben and Christine Shoemaker. This free presentation is open to the public. Refreshments will follow the concert.For more information regarding Falteisek’s music, genealogical research and photography, visit www.falteisek.com.

Edward Meyers

Monday, July 11, 2016

Social Services. He was a member and Past President of Temple Beth El in Jefferson City and a member and Past Chairman of the Jefferson City Historic Preservation Commission. Ed was an avid Detroit Red Wings fan, collected coins and enjoyed playing poker with his friends. Most importantly, he loved spending time with his family, especially his daughter, Mia.Survivors include: his wife, Abbe Meyers; his daughter, Mia Meyers of the home; one step-daughter, Lora Singleton and her husband Ed of Columbia, Mo.; one brother-in-law, Dean Gould of Las Vegas, Nevada; two step-grandchildren, Julian Singleton and Emily Singleton; and several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Laura Gould; and one brother, Michael Meyers.Graveside services and interment will be conducted at 11:00 AM Friday, July 8, 2016 at Riverview Cemetery with Mr. Harvey Tettlebaum officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (Pancan), 1500 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 200, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 or H.A.L.O., 1015 East Atchison, Jefferson City, Mo. 65101. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.

16 heartwarming fan stories about Gordie Howe that will make you smile - Detroit Free Press

Sunday, June 19, 2016

A couple of GordiesWhen I was about 8 years old, Gordie came to the Eaton’s store in London, Ontario, to meet with his fans and sign autographs. I went down with my dad and waited in line with my Red Wings scrapbook for Gordie to sign. When I got to the front I told Gordie I was named after him and that he was my idol. He called over the London Free Press reporter who took our picture and put it in the paper the next day with the caption “A couple of Gordies.”Several years later, I was fortunate enough to play in the Comdisco celebrity golf event with Gordie. When I arrived he was on the putting green and I walked over to him to recount the story of our meeting and what it meant to me. He remembered everything. That I was named after him and our picture in paper. That day was one of the greatest in my life. After golf, I had dinner with Gordie and Stan Mikita. They told me some of the greatest hockey stories I have ever heard. This one was my favorite:Gordie: I was going behind the Chicago goal, when I got speared from behind. I went down hard and crawled to the bench. When I asked who did it, the guys on the bench said Mikita.Stan: I never did it. Well, I might have tapped him as he went around the goal, a real hockey player would have kept going (Mikita grins).Gordie: (Bobby Hull joins us). Stan, you speared me harder than Bobby put his pitchfork into a hay bale on the farm.Stan: Either way, I know Gordie was going to get even, played in fear through three games and he never came near me.Gordie: Just waiting for the right moment.Stan: Game 4 since the alleged incident, I skate down behind our net to pick up the puck that the Wings dumped into our end, passed it up the wing, the play and the refs went quickly up ice ... the last thing I remember is crawling to the bench and saying ... Howe?Hawks bench: Yup, Howe ... Mr. elbows.Gordie: Never happened, I was on the bench at the time.— Gordie MacArthurimg itemprop="url" src="http://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/8fdbe45d77f4fe32301225d5425b253a3684fff4/c=157-0-4463-3238&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2015/10/25/DetroitFreePress/DetroitFreePress/635813326487208728-GordieHowe-102215-SG07.JPG" alt="Red Wings legend Gordie Howe greets friends and family" width="540" height="405" data-mycapture-src="http://www.gannett-cdn.com/media/2015/10/25/DetroitFreePress/DetroitFreePress/635813326487208728-GordieHowe-102215-SG07.JPG" data-mycapt...

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Returning to his roots: Chris Falteisek's ancestral journey - Pierce County Herald

Monday, September 05, 2016

Pepin) retired from Burlington Northern Railroad after 31 years.His older sister, Cindy Penker of Marshfield, is a voice and piano teacher. His brother Andy works at ProAct in Red Wing, Minn. Sister Denise LaCroix transferred to the Ford Motor Company location in Louisville, Ky., where she recently married Rich Cornell.GenealogyFalteisek is a familiar name in Pierce and Pepin counties, where he is active in preserving and recording the area’s history.His advice for beginners is to use ancestry.com and findagrave.com. His website shares several links he frequently uses in his genealogical research.He’s a member of the Prescott Historical Association and has served as an officer in the Pierce County Historical Association.“I am a member of several genealogy associations and am the vice president of the Nord-Hedmark og Hedemarken Lag -- a genealogy and cultural group that has roots in the Hedmark area of Norway,” Falteisek said.He frequently gives presentations on his travels and genealogy research, weaving them into concert performances.At  7 p.m Wednesday,  Sept.  7., Falteisek will give a presentation on his recent journey at Christ  Episcopal Church (7305 Afton Road, Woodbury, Minn.)Anecdotes, insights, music, pictures and videos of Falteisek’s travels will be part of the presentation. Joining him to assist with Nordic and Polish music are local musicians and friends Michelle Sieben and Christine Shoemaker. This free presentation is open to the public. Refreshments will follow the concert.For more information regarding Falteisek’s music, genealogical research and photography, visit www.falteisek.com.

Edward Meyers

Monday, July 11, 2016

Social Services. He was a member and Past President of Temple Beth El in Jefferson City and a member and Past Chairman of the Jefferson City Historic Preservation Commission. Ed was an avid Detroit Red Wings fan, collected coins and enjoyed playing poker with his friends. Most importantly, he loved spending time with his family, especially his daughter, Mia.Survivors include: his wife, Abbe Meyers; his daughter, Mia Meyers of the home; one step-daughter, Lora Singleton and her husband Ed of Columbia, Mo.; one brother-in-law, Dean Gould of Las Vegas, Nevada; two step-grandchildren, Julian Singleton and Emily Singleton; and several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Laura Gould; and one brother, Michael Meyers.Graveside services and interment will be conducted at 11:00 AM Friday, July 8, 2016 at Riverview Cemetery with Mr. Harvey Tettlebaum officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (Pancan), 1500 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 200, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 or H.A.L.O., 1015 East Atchison, Jefferson City, Mo. 65101. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.

16 heartwarming fan stories about Gordie Howe that will make you smile - Detroit Free Press

Sunday, June 19, 2016

A couple of GordiesWhen I was about 8 years old, Gordie came to the Eaton’s store in London, Ontario, to meet with his fans and sign autographs. I went down with my dad and waited in line with my Red Wings scrapbook for Gordie to sign. When I got to the front I told Gordie I was named after him and that he was my idol. He called over the London Free Press reporter who took our picture and put it in the paper the next day with the caption “A couple of Gordies.”Several years later, I was fortunate enough to play in the Comdisco celebrity golf event with Gordie. When I arrived he was on the putting green and I walked over to him to recount the story of our meeting and what it meant to me. He remembered everything. That I was named after him and our picture in paper. That day was one of the greatest in my life. After golf, I had dinner with Gordie and Stan Mikita. They told me some of the greatest hockey stories I have ever heard. This one was my favorite:Gordie: I was going behind the Chicago goal, when I got speared from behind. I went down hard and crawled to the bench. When I asked who did it, the guys on the bench said Mikita.Stan: I never did it. Well, I might have tapped him as he went around the goal, a real hockey player would have kept going (Mikita grins).Gordie: (Bobby Hull joins us). Stan, you speared me harder than Bobby put his pitchfork into a hay bale on the farm.Stan: Either way, I know Gordie was going to get even, played in fear through three games and he never came near me.Gordie: Just waiting for the right moment.Stan: Game 4 since the alleged incident, I skate down behind our net to pick up the puck that the Wings dumped into our end, passed it up the wing, the play and the refs went quickly up ice ... the last thing I remember is crawling to the bench and saying ... Howe?Hawks bench: Yup, Howe ... Mr. elbows.Gordie: Never happened, I was on the bench at the time.— Gordie MacArthurimg itemprop="url" src="http://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/8fdbe45d77f4fe32301225d5425b253a3684fff4/c=157-0-4463-3238&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2015/10/25/DetroitFreePress/DetroitFreePress/635813326487208728-GordieHowe-102215-SG07.JPG" alt="Red Wings legend Gordie Howe greets friends and family" width="540" height="405" data-mycapture-src="http://www.gannett-cdn.com/media/2015/10/25/DetroitFreePress/DetroitFreePress/635813326487208728-GordieHowe-102215-SG07.JPG" data-mycapt...