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Bodelson Mahn Funeral Home
602 Plum Street
Red Wing , MN 55066
(651) 388-3343
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602 Plum Street
Red Wing , MN 55066
(651) 388-8879
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Surviving the Apocalypse, the Best Unis in Hockey, and the Peyton Manning Drama - ESPN

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Philadelphia Flyers. (Pains me to say it.) 2. New York Rangers. (OK, now I feel better.) 1. Anaheim Ducks. (Just kidding — good god, those are awful. Bring back the Wild Wing!) 1. Detroit Red Wings (I love them with the red pants, it's fittingly Soviet.) If you like this sort of thing, check out the NHL Uniform Database and Hockey By Design for more on sweaters and logos. The one thing currently missing from the NHL, really, is a team clad in some good old college-style Kelly green. Miss you, pre-1992 Hartford Whalers. Miss you every day. Am I the only person upset that the Peyton Manning sweepstakes has ended? I was looking forward to at least a few more weeks of aerial footage of Manning getting into and out of SUV's. — Ian F. I was sad at first, too, but I've since been cheered up by the hilarious (if fleeting) prospect of the New York Jets going after Tim Tebow. This New York Times article on the subject is an absolute joy, from the headline, which could not possibly be any less diluted ("Jets Said to Show Interest in Making Room for Tebow") to the photo choice, to the obituary-like description of Tebow as "the polarizing cross-cultural phenomenon made expendable when Denver signed Peyton Manning," to the earnest quoting of Antonio Cromartie's Twitter post ("we straight") to the sentence "Their interest in Tebow is sincere and legitimate," which sounds like something you'd say while asking for someone's daughter's hand in marriage. Man, I so hope this happens. My interest in Tebow to the Jets is sincere and legitimate. (UPDATE: Praise Jesus!!!!!!!!) Have you been watching this show Doomsday Preppers on the National Geographic channel? I already had a small flame of paranoia burning in my psyche but this show is like opening up a fire hose of gasoline onto that flame. It freaks me out. Doesn't everyone wonder if they could hack it in an apocalypse scenario? Or is that just me? Some twisted part of me wonders how long I would survive. — Noah C. Oh no, it's not just you: I think about that all the time, particularly now that I've seen Contagion and The Walking Dead and read World War Z and Zone One and The Hunger Games. Uplifting stuff! Questions I ask myself related to "hacking it in an apocalypse scenario" range from "Would I be able to seduce some doctor into slipping me the vaccine, nudge nudge?" (maybe; would depend on how much weight the deadly virus caused me to lose) to "Would I be willing to shoot my best friend in the head if she turned into a zombie?" (I think so; I'm still bitter at her fo...

At Least Dick Whitman Earned His Purple Heart - Gawker

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Lying was nothing new to Alvarez. According to a brief from his lawyer, Alvarez had previously also claimed to be an engineer, a former professional hockey player with the Detroit Red Wings, the secret husband of a Mexican starlet "whose appearance in public caused paparazzi to swoon," and the person charged with the rescue of the American ambassador during the Iranian hostage crisis. After his claims of being a Medal of Honor recipient were exposed as false, Alvarez was publicly ridiculed, shamed out of office and, oh yeah, indicted by the FBI for committing a federal offense. His crime? Violating the awesomely-named Stolen Valor Act of 2005, which exists "to protect the reputation and meaning" of military honors. (The act does not address instances of fraud, in which an individual receives financial gain or other bene...

Marlys (Tripp) Heise — Lake City

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Hospital in Chicago. She graduated as a registered nurse in the spring of 1961.In the fall of 1961, on Sept. 30, she married Ken Heise from Lake City. They spent their first few years of marriage in Red Wing, where Marlys worked as an RN at St. John’s Hospital.In the summer of 1965 Ken and Marlys moved to a farm in Lake City. Marlys continued her nursing career at the Lake City Hospital. Marlys really enjoyed her 50-year career in the nursing field. She was such a caring and loving person to all. The angels will welcome and praise her arrival.She was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church. She very much enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren and visiting with friends. She also enjoyed reading.Marlys is survived by her... (Post Bulletin)

Norman H. Fabian

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Florence Serwa Fabian; second wife, Elizabeth Struhar Fabian; his parents, brother and sister. The family wanted to recognize the wonderful health care Norm received at Red Wing Health Center located in Red Wing, Minn., and at Mayo-St. Marys Hospital and Mayo Clinic. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today, Jan. 20, at Bethel Lutheran Church at 810 3rd Avenue SE, Rochester, MN 55904. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. until time of service. Arrangements entrusted to Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes. Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes, 5421 Royal Place NW, Rochester, MN. 507-289-3600, (Winona Daily News)

Joan C. Featherstone — Winona

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Featherstone, 86, passed away Friday, Jan. 6, 2012, at Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester. Joan was a longtime resident of Winona.Born an only child to Gertrude and Casper Koch, Joan was raised in Red Wing. In 1947, she married Oran Grant Featherstone, and they relocated to Winona where he began his career as a doctor of chiropractics.Joan had a passion for cooking and would spend hours looking for just th... (Post Bulletin)

Joan C. Featherstone

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Feather-stone, 86, passed away Jan. 6, 2012, at St. Marys Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Joan was a longtime resident of Winona. Born an only child to Gertrude and Casper Koch, Joan was raised in Red Wing, Minn. In 1947, she married Oran Grant Featherstone, and they relocated to Winona, where he began his career as a doctor of chiropractics. Joan had a passion for cooking and would spend hours looking fo... (Winona Daily News)

Obituary for DISTEFANO

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
DISTEFANO -- MICHAEL Age 61, passed away of natural causes on December 27, 2011 in his home in Algodones, NM. He was a Navy veteran and an avid sports fan, especially of the Detroit Lions and the Red Wings. A man with a wonderful sense of humor and a good heart, he was always smiling and laughing. He is survived by sisters Lorraine Deck and Irene Kelly, and many loving relatives and friends. We will miss h... (Albuquerque Journal)

Brunettes, Jocks, Cooking Shows, and Other Gifts that Keep Giving - Memphis Flyer (blog)

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
It's weird how sports loyalties endure. I have not lived in Michigan for 40 years but still root for the Red Wings, Tigers, and Lions, all of whom had good years in 2011. They say the Catholic Church has you after your childhood, and teams do too. I’m surprised that people spend $40 a ticket or more to sit in the nosebleed seats at an NBA game. The St. Jude Marathon is still most impressive local participant sports event, with 13,000 people running 5k or 26 miles. I’m sweating though if I have to find sponsors for the tennis tournament, golf tournament, and minor sports with our corporate community shrinking. I think Peter King of Sports Illustrated is an exemplary reporter. His Monday notes, analysis, commentary, and reporting on Sunday’s games are better than the games themselves. What a workhorse he is. Another sportswriter, Jason Gay of the Wall Street Journal, is also really good — funny, serious, and original in the difficult twice-a-week format that limits the timely topics. News Media. The Wall Street Journal has changed a lot under Rupert Murdoch from a business newspaper to more of a general interest newspaper with daily reports on fashion, sports, and fitness and health. The Journal’s brand has always been separation of reporting and the editorial page. The reporting is so good it can and should be a course syllabus in Journalism 101. Compassionate, wide-ranging, fair, fiends on attribution and accuracy. But after 30 years I can’t read the editorials or the Oped columnists with the exception of Dorothy Rabinowitz who manages to be tough as nails, brilliant, jaded, always interesting, and look like a woman in a Woody Allen movie. I still admire the Journal's disdain for on-the-one-hand-on-the-other-hand columns. The New York Times put up a pay wall, and I paid. Gail Collins is great. So is Maureen Dowd. I can’t make it through a Thomas Friedman column though, much less his latest book, "That Used to Be Us." David Brooks is good in his back and forth with Collins but otherwise kind of blah. Why don’t conservatives ever criticize their own? On the list of Things I Don't Do Much Any More: watch the national news at 5:30 p.m. Bad timing. I’ve checked national papers several times already, and the drug commercials drive me crazy. Boniva my ass. Sally Field is the D...

Maria Winifred Faust

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
Ted Haaland of Homer; mother and father, Charles and Helen Faust of St. Paul; siblings, Christopher Faust; sister-in-law, Diane Rumsey; and nephew, Chad Faust of St. Paul; brother, Matthew Faust of Red Wing, Minn.; and sister, Lisa Faust of Portland, Ore.; and her beloved doggies, Olivia and Maggie. Maria was a tender-hearted, loving, kind and beautiful soul, and she will be sorely missed by her family and many loving, kind friends along with all the creatures of nature that she so loved. A remembrance of Maria will be held in the Great Room of Alverna Center, 1175 West Wabasha, Winona, on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 1:30 p.m. The family suggests that memorials may be made to the Winona Area Humane Society or the Winona Area Hospice Services. (Winona Daily News)

Erika Stirneman-Secrist

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
University in Minneapolis, where she maintained a 4.0 grade point average and graduated as a dental assistant. Prior to receiving her degree, Erika worked and managed Subway restaurants in Wabasha, Red Wing and Lake City. She worked as a dental assistant for Dr. Curtis Rohrer in Winona until she had to retire because of her failing health. She married Zeke Secrist on Sept. 24, 2011, at Chapel of the Guardian Angels, near Urne in Buffalo County. They made their home in rural Alma. She enjoyed photography, travelling with Zeke, scrapbooking and painting. Erika was a free spirited young woman who was not afraid to try new things and experience new adventures. She will be deeply missed forever by her husband, Zeke, her loving family and her many friends. Erika is survived by husband, Zeke Secrist, Alma, Wis... (Winona Daily News)

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