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Bradshaw Funeral Home - White Bear

4600 Greenhaven Drive
White Bear Lake, MN 55127
(651) 407-8300
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Mueller Lake Mortuary

4738 Bald Eagle Avenue
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
(651) 429-4944
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Sylvester “Sy” M. Zormeier, 83, Sauk Rapids - WJON News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Dolores (Roland) Donnelly of New Brighton; Jean (Ronald) Roske of St. Cloud; sisters in law, Tina Zormeier of St. Cloud; Theresa Zormeier of Sauk Rapids; Joanne Zormeier of White Bear Lake.He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, John Sr., Richard, and Frank, sister, Doris Schwegel.Special thank you to the staffs at St. Cloud Hospital, St. Benedict’s Center, and St. Croix Hospice for their excellent care to Sy.

Obituary: Dr. Frederick Lewis was committed cancer doctor, piano virtuoso - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, August 01, 2016

But Dr. Frederick “Bruce” Lewis also was a classically trained pianist who brought music to those who listened to him in concert or merely stopped on the sidewalk outside his White Bear Lake home as music wafted from an open window.“This man was an absolute virtuoso as a pianist,” said neighbor Trudi Taylor, who sometimes heard him play as she sat on her porch. “A couple of times I started to mow the lawn and then I would hear him, and immediately I and everyone around would stop and just listen. It’s a beautiful thing … it had that lilt that says, ‘This isn’t just me hitting notes. It’s me telling a story through music.’ He spoke through his music. And he saved a lot of lives.”On July 19, the music stopped for Lewis. He died of cancer one day short of his 86th birthday.Lewis, who was named after Frederick Chopin, was a child prodigy, playing Mozart on the piano with the Elizabeth, N.J., Philharmonic at age 9. Posters for the event called him “Little Amadeus,” according to his family. While at Harvard University, he divided his time among medical studies, practicing piano and working as the music editor for the Harvard Crimson newspaper. He later received his medical degree from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and ...

Mandan Deluged By Cloudburst, 1891 - Bismarck Tribune

Monday, July 18, 2016

Years Ago-1966John Harkness has been appointed the new director of Mandan’s Heartview Foundation, succeeding Dr. William Liepold. Harkness and his family came from White Bear Lake, a suburb of St. Paul, Minn., where he was program director for the Hazelden Foundation for addictions.Funeral services were recently held for Rolland M. Heskett, 95, pioneer in utility business in the Upper Midwest and honorary chairman of the board of Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. The R.M. Heskett power generating station, north of Mandan, is named after Heskett, one of the founders of MDU.The Mandan Lions Club installed new officers this past week at a picnic meeting held at old Fort Lincoln, south of Mandan. Norman K. Christensen of the First National Bank of Mandan was installed as the new president, succeeding Dave Stuart. Others installed were: D.S. Morrow, first vice president; Erv Stark, second vice president; James Stine, third vice president; Herman Ciavarella, treasurer; Peter Albrecht, secretary; Robert Schulte, tail twister; and Dave Stuart, Lion tamer.The Mandan Swimming Pool has kept its doors closed this past week due to an unknown leak. Park officials believe it’s due to a leaking valve. The pool will be drained in order to fix the problem.New officers have been elected to lead the Mandan Rotarians for the 1966-67 year. Named president is George J. Toman, succeeding Vern Wann. Other officers are: Ken Kugler, vice president; George Dinyer, secretary; J.R. Madsen, treasurer; and Wayne Clark, sergeant-at-arms.Legion baseball: Scott Froelich scored the only run of the game and hurled a brilliant one hitter as the Mandan Legion turned back Bismarck, 1-0. The only hit off Froelich came in the eighth when Jim Capp’s long drive to right fell in for a double. The win gave Mandan a measure of revenge after dropping three straight to Bismarck and also gives Mandan the undisputed possession of first place in the Western Division with a 9-1 record.75 Years Ago-1941The Mandan City Commissioners have accepted the resignation of Chief of Police James Buckley, who has served the city as a member of the police force for the past 11 years and as its chief or the past nine. Buckley was a Northern Pacific railroad fireman when he joined the force in 1930 and plans to return to railroading. As a result, the commissioners immediately appointed patrolman Archie Brunelle as chief, and Charles Schmitt, who has been the extra man on the force, was appointed as fulltime patrolman to fill the position vacated by Brunelle.The Mandan Lions went into their third year with the installation of H.W. Schmitt as their new president, succeeding Al Pixley. Arthur W. Olson was the club’s first president.Ten guests were invited to the birthday party given this past week when Mrs. Luke Steckler entertained in honor of her son, Terrence, who was celebrating his fourth birthday. The children played games at Riverside Park during the afternoon until it was time for their 5 p.m. supper at the Steckler home.What is believed to be North Dakota’s first 1941 human death from equine encephalitis — a disease which authorities fear may reach epidemic proportions this year — w...

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Sylvester “Sy” M. Zormeier, 83, Sauk Rapids - WJON News

Monday, April 03, 2017

Dolores (Roland) Donnelly of New Brighton; Jean (Ronald) Roske of St. Cloud; sisters in law, Tina Zormeier of St. Cloud; Theresa Zormeier of Sauk Rapids; Joanne Zormeier of White Bear Lake.He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, John Sr., Richard, and Frank, sister, Doris Schwegel.Special thank you to the staffs at St. Cloud Hospital, St. Benedict’s Center, and St. Croix Hospice for their excellent care to Sy.

Obituary: Dr. Frederick Lewis was committed cancer doctor, piano virtuoso - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, August 01, 2016

But Dr. Frederick “Bruce” Lewis also was a classically trained pianist who brought music to those who listened to him in concert or merely stopped on the sidewalk outside his White Bear Lake home as music wafted from an open window.“This man was an absolute virtuoso as a pianist,” said neighbor Trudi Taylor, who sometimes heard him play as she sat on her porch. “A couple of times I started to mow the lawn and then I would hear him, and immediately I and everyone around would stop and just listen. It’s a beautiful thing … it had that lilt that says, ‘This isn’t just me hitting notes. It’s me telling a story through music.’ He spoke through his music. And he saved a lot of lives.”On July 19, the music stopped for Lewis. He died of cancer one day short of his 86th birthday.Lewis, who was named after Frederick Chopin, was a child prodigy, playing Mozart on the piano with the Elizabeth, N.J., Philharmonic at age 9. Posters for the event called him “Little Amadeus,” according to his family. While at Harvard University, he divided his time among medical studies, practicing piano and working as the music editor for the Harvard Crimson newspaper. He later received his medical degree from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and ...

Mandan Deluged By Cloudburst, 1891 - Bismarck Tribune

Monday, July 18, 2016

Years Ago-1966John Harkness has been appointed the new director of Mandan’s Heartview Foundation, succeeding Dr. William Liepold. Harkness and his family came from White Bear Lake, a suburb of St. Paul, Minn., where he was program director for the Hazelden Foundation for addictions.Funeral services were recently held for Rolland M. Heskett, 95, pioneer in utility business in the Upper Midwest and honorary chairman of the board of Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. The R.M. Heskett power generating station, north of Mandan, is named after Heskett, one of the founders of MDU.The Mandan Lions Club installed new officers this past week at a picnic meeting held at old Fort Lincoln, south of Mandan. Norman K. Christensen of the First National Bank of Mandan was installed as the new president, succeeding Dave Stuart. Others installed were: D.S. Morrow, first vice president; Erv Stark, second vice president; James Stine, third vice president; Herman Ciavarella, treasurer; Peter Albrecht, secretary; Robert Schulte, tail twister; and Dave Stuart, Lion tamer.The Mandan Swimming Pool has kept its doors closed this past week due to an unknown leak. Park officials believe it’s due to a leaking valve. The pool will be drained in order to fix the problem.New officers have been elected to lead the Mandan Rotarians for the 1966-67 year. Named president is George J. Toman, succeeding Vern Wann. Other officers are: Ken Kugler, vice president; George Dinyer, secretary; J.R. Madsen, treasurer; and Wayne Clark, sergeant-at-arms.Legion baseball: Scott Froelich scored the only run of the game and hurled a brilliant one hitter as the Mandan Legion turned back Bismarck, 1-0. The only hit off Froelich came in the eighth when Jim Capp’s long drive to right fell in for a double. The win gave Mandan a measure of revenge after dropping three straight to Bismarck and also gives Mandan the undisputed possession of first place in the Western Division with a 9-1 record.75 Years Ago-1941The Mandan City Commissioners have accepted the resignation of Chief of Police James Buckley, who has served the city as a member of the police force for the past 11 years and as its chief or the past nine. Buckley was a Northern Pacific railroad fireman when he joined the force in 1930 and plans to return to railroading. As a result, the commissioners immediately appointed patrolman Archie Brunelle as chief, and Charles Schmitt, who has been the extra man on the force, was appointed as fulltime patrolman to fill the position vacated by Brunelle.The Mandan Lions went into their third year with the installation of H.W. Schmitt as their new president, succeeding Al Pixley. Arthur W. Olson was the club’s first president.Ten guests were invited to the birthday party given this past week when Mrs. Luke Steckler entertained in honor of her son, Terrence, who was celebrating his fourth birthday. The children played games at Riverside Park during the afternoon until it was time for their 5 p.m. supper at the Steckler home.What is believed to be North Dakota’s first 1941 human death from equine encephalitis — a disease which authorities fear may reach epidemic proportions this year — w...