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Jill lost her 7 year battle with cancer on July 26, Preceded in death by parents, Rickard and Jean Olson. Memorial service at a later date. Published in the Star Tribune on July 29, Zangs, John Mathias, Jr. The first child of John Sr. John graduated from Washington H. Thomas in and a J. John was a lifetime member of the VFW Post He was an attorney and supervisor for the Minnesota Dept. A devoted husband, caring father and brother and a loyal friend to many.

A memorial mass will be held at the Church of St. Joseph, Seminole Ave, West St. Paul, MN at Published in the Pioneer Press on August 5, Carolyn was a noted garden author, and wife of the late Dr.

Survived by five children, 10 grandchildren, and 1 great-grandson. Funeral services will be at 11 a. Passed away peacefully surrounded by family on July 24, Bob was happiest boating and spending time with his children.

Celebration of life gathering for friends and family will be held on Sunday, August 5th from Published in the Pioneer Press on August 1, Loving father of Ryan Gruber.

Frank will be fondly remembered by his many family members, and numerous friends. Kim was a talented and perceptive academic. Kim graduated from Marshall University H. He studied in Paris at the École Normale Supérieure from to , and completed his master's degree in Romance Studies at Cornell University in As a literary scholar Kim's published work appeared in a number of academic journals, and he also collaborated widely as an editor and translator. Tom Conley, friend and colleague, remembers Kim's work for Enclitic this way: As a prose stylist and thinker, he was the boldest of adventurers as well as a gifted designer and artist.

He was a superb photographer, a classical guitarist, and excelled in sports in his youth. Kim is survived by his family: We will all miss his kind and gentle company.

Celebration of Life Service to be announced September Preceded in death by husband, Lloyd; brothers, James and Roy; and son, Greg. Minneapolis, MN, Thursday, August 9, Meet and Greet 2: Mary died July 22 after a short illness while on vacation in MN. Preceded in death by beloved sons Lewis and Patrick and daughter-in-law Rikke.

Funeral service to be announced at a later date. Survived by daughters, Robin Beseth and Colleen Mike Horvath; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grand children. Published in the Pioneer Press on July 22, Patsy was preceded in death by her loving husband, Jack; her son, John; and three sisters.

Patsy is survived by her children, David, Rick, Randy, Kim, and Tamara; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, brother, and sister. Patsy, who was known to all as "Granny," enjoyed shopping, traveling with her daughters, and spending time with her grandchildren.

Patsy's sense of humor, captivating smile, and contagious laugh will be missed by her family and those who cared for her at the end of her life.

Patsy's family will hold a private burial at Ft. Survived by his loving family: Lauren, Nick, Emily, and Gabe; sisters: Dean was an amazing dad, loving Grandpa and will be deeply missed. Published in the Star Tribune on July 25, Venable, James Michael Jr. November 9, - July 12, Age 55 of Saint Paul.

He lived at St. Anthony Residence prior to his death at Regions Hospital in St. Survived by father James Michael Venable, Sr. Services and interment will be private or at a later date.

His second family was the people he worked with and he was a best friend to so many. He was generous to a fault. If he was wearing a shirt and you needed one, he would give it to you in a moment. We watched him as he went through all his various phases from Goth to Hippie, but he was passionate about them all.

His infectious laugh will heal us as we grieve. Dana was never afraid to try new things. He earned the nickname "Worldly Dane" at a young age and lived up to it with his travels. He hunted arrowheads in Texas; went scuba diving in St. Croix, USVI; and skydiving. We lost him so many times in the mountains of Hawaii, we coined the phrase "Where's Dana? Dana's resourcefulness kept him alive for his short 32 years. His vibrance will be missed because our "Freak Show Family" will never be the same without him.

Again, but not for the last time, we ask "Where's Dana? A Celebration of Dana's Life is being planned and details will be announced soon.

Published in the Star Tribune on July 22, November 15, - July 17, Age 94 of Arden Hills. Preceded in death by daughter Lynda Breen and son Don Jenkins. He worked at NSP until his retirement at age He lived a full and happy life enjoying many hobbies including golfing, fishing, gardening and spending time with his family and friends. He will be dearly missed. He was preceded in death by his brother, Jerome.

He was a lover of roses and his family and friends. Service will be held Aug. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to family. Private services will be held. Published in the Star Tribune on July 19, Survived by mother, Deloris Miller; 4 brothers; 4 sisters; and many nieces, nephews, and long time friend Michael Hockert. She will be missed by her family, many friends, and her 2 cats. A celebration of KC's life will be held on Sun.

Mary-Jo was full of life, and a stubborn fighter. She was beautiful, classy, social and artistic. Preceded in death by parents, Luther and Carol York.

He will be deeply missed by his devoted wife, family, and friends. Visitation will be held at the church, an hour before the service. Guests are also encouraged to stay and visit with the family after the service. She attended the University of MN Duluth and became a teacher.

Marilyn taught school in California for a time before she came back to MN and met Dick. After they were married, they bought a house in Burnsville MN, where they raised their family. Marilyn worked for the Burnsville school system for many years, and volunteered for many years at Fairview Ridges Hospital and Ebenezer Ridges Senior Living, in Burnsville.

Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, and her sister Patricia. October 3, - July 14, Age 54 of Hudson, Wisconsin. Preceded in death by parents, John and Helen Lehto Pellika.

Born June 27, , Chisholm, MN. Rick was a business executive, tournament fishing director, and small business owner. Rick was a generous, caring person with a sense of humor that included many tales from the Range. Published in the Star Tribune on July 18, The man, the myth, the legend.

A 45 year friend of Bill W. Whether through his famous storytelling, or his great zest for life, Dan always embodied compassion, tender heartedness, and a giving soul that touched all those he met. Dan passed away with his family by his side on Saturday, July 14 in St. Proclaimed "best grandpa in the world" by his eight grandchildren: In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to a fund for family of Dan Powell.

Survived by sister, Holly Schmidt; sister-in-law, Janice Dubin Jack Padek ; and many loving nieces, nephews, and friends. Hawley Court, Milwaukee, WI. Published in the Star Tribune on July 24, Strese, David William, Sr. December 10, - July 13, Age 61 of Apple Valley. Published online on July 14, courtesy of Tributes. Linn, Edward James January 19, - July 12, Age 76 of Excelsior, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family. Ed was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and a wonderful friend to many.

Ed was an alumni of St. Thomas Academy and the University of St. Ed was an avid and talented outdoors man who shared his love of the outdoors with his family and friends. He had a passion for teaching and mentoring others and always encouraged them "to do your best! A gathering of family and friends will be held to celebrate Ed's Irish Goodbye.

Published in the Pioneer Press on July 15, He was employed by Washington County as Library Director from A memorial event will be announced at a later date. Robert grew up in the St Francis area and joined the Navy in He served two tours of duty in Iraq as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.

He was later selected for the Seaman to Admiral program when he was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. Visitation is at 10 AM with the service starting at Published in the Star Tribune on July 15, Preceded in death by father Dudley Arp and step-father Thomas Mullins.

Peacefully went to be with her Lord Jesus surrounded by family on July 10, She is preceded in death by her father, mother, step-father, and four siblings. She is survived by her children, Shawn, Matthew Sonya , Tara Alex , Tanya, Anthony, and Chloe Derrick ; three brothers; one sister; 16 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Matthew's Catholic Church, Hall Ave. Paul on Friday July 20 at Preceded in death by husband Rocco and parents Clarence and Eleanor Mertens.

A private family ceremony will be held at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Preceded in death by mother, Judy and brother, Jerry. Devoted husband of 20 years; loving father and grandpa; brilliant mind; inventor; lover of nature; fixer of anything and generous to a fault. Celebration of life will be held at a later date. He attended a one-room schoolhouse and graduated in as valedictorian from Lane High School. He enlisted in the U. Army , serving as drum major and clarinetist with the 71st Army Band in Panama.

In he graduated magna cum laude from Augustana College in Sioux Falls; while there, he was student body president and student band conductor.

Leland married his childhood sweetheart, Ardis Scheel, June 10, in Lane. In , after three years as band director at Waverly, Iowa public schools, he became professor of music and director of bands at Augustana. He obtained a Ph. Twice he was chairman of the music department.

He retired in In his 35 years at Augustana he touched the lives of thousands of students. He developed a robust band program, including the nationally-touring Augustana Concert Band, which now rehearses in the Lillehaug Instrumental Rehearsal Room.

He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in As director of the Sioux Falls Municipal Band for 23 years, he conducted more than concerts. Leland performed professionally on bassoon, clarinet, and saxophone with symphony orchestras, concert bands, dance bands, and traveling shows. Leland and Ardis lived in their Sioux Falls home for 50 years before moving to Edina in to be near their children.

During retirement, Leland stayed busy guest conducting, traveling, fishing, hunting, golfing, playing pool, and watching the Twins. Leland was preceded in death by his parents, sister Adelia Davis, and brother Selmer Lillehaug. Special thanks to the staff at Jones-Harrison Residence in Minneapolis for their compassionate care.

A celebration of Leland's life will be held at 10 a. Published in the Argus Leader on July 11, McCarty, Peter Kevin, Sr. Passed away, July 8, at the age of 65, at home, surrounded by his loving family and his beloved dogs. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Margaret McCarty. A graveside service will be held at Resurrection Cemetery in Mendota Heights at Published in the Pioneer Press on July 11, Passed away peacefully at home on July 8th with loved ones by his side.

Published in the Pioneer Press on July 16, A proud Democrat who ran the National Convention and hometown boy who worked to keep the Twins in Minnesota, died on July 8th in Edina. Born in Minneapolis to Daniel B. Shea and Dorothy Lonergan, he is survived by his children, Andrew T. He was preceded in death by his brother, Patrick; his wife, Marilyn and Seamus, his enormous poodle. His drive and wanderlust led to a remarkable life.

Although his childhood was tumultuous, he attended Cretin High School, St. Thomas College then received his law degree from George Washington University. During law school, he prepared legislative briefs at the Library of Congress.

He followed in his father's footsteps by fundraising for churches, a skill he later used to help sustain Regina High School which his daughter attended. He focused on corporate law, municipal utilities and defending unions and their pensions. In , as general counsel for the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, he led the team that successfully enforced the Twins' contract to ensure the future of Major League baseball in Minnesota.

Andy was actively involved in national political affairs throughout his life: He loved travel and adventure. As a young man, he worked and climbed in Glacier National Park. Upon retirement, he moved to California and fulfilled a dream of living on the ocean at the Sea Ranch, where he hiked among the redwoods and along the rocky coast with his wife and poodle. Father and Shea family patriarch, Andy was generous, loving, funny and protective.

His roles included defender of errant family members, girls basketball coach, ice-skating and tennis instructor, pinewood derby engineer, doll house and puppet theatre builder, subzero grill master, and ill-gotten winner of board games.

He gave freely of his time, legal expertise and financial resources. Shortly after his return to MN, Andy was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. While his final years were heartbreaking, we are delighted that he remained unaware of With his death, we know that the road is rising up to meet him, the wind is at his back and the sun is shining warmly on his face always.

As a memorial to his life and work, please make a donation to the ACLU. Survived by children Shawn, Simone and Sonia.

Preceded by daughter Suliko and husband John Robinson. Born in Hitler's Germany, Lilly spent life opposing war, racism and social injustice, and championing immigrants and refugees. She was a special ed. An artist and world traveler, she surrounded herself with folk art and was learning new things until the end. Preceded in death by infant daughter Amy and his parents Ted and Libby Pulkrabek. Private family interment at Koniska cemetary.

E, Glencoe, MN She was preceded in death by her husband Robert Reidell, Jr. Visitation will be from 1: Burial of her ashes will be at Fort Snelling National Cemetery at a later date. Darrell was a most amazing man. He was a devoted, loving husband to his wife, Anna, for over 50 years.

He was a consistently loving and caring father to his son, Sean. He cherished his daughter-in-law, Liv, and his two grandchildren, Sophia and Evan. He was loyal and true to his four brothers and one sister. He was a dedicated and loving son to his now-deceased parents.

He loved his nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, and his dozens of cousins. He was a powerful co-worker and leader in the insurance world where he was committed to lifting people up to their greatest potential and aiming for goals successfully.

On July 7, we lost our loving, kind, loyal and wickedly funny husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle to Alzheimer's disease. Darrell fought his illness with dignity and courage, never sinking into self-pity.

He was not demoralized by the daily losses of memory, the hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. He gracefully met each challenge, trusting his wife and son to provide him with the care that kept him home to the very end. And all of us who survive him are so grateful to Anna and Sean. He graduated from Loyola High School and University of Montana in Missoula and then moved to the Twin Cities with his new wife, Anna, where he worked in the insurance industry for his entire working career.

Darrell was preceded in death by his parents and his infant son, Scott Christian. Besides being survived by his wife, son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren, Darrell is survived by his four brothers and their spouses: And we will all miss his wicked sense of humor, his extraordinary practical jokes and his most exquisite way of letting you know that he loved you just the way you are. Funeral services will be private for family only.

A post service gathering will be held 4: He was preceded in death by his parents, Erling and Helen Grotberg, and his eldest brother Walter. He will be interred at Fort Snelling at a future date. Published in the Star Tribune on July 8, She was born August 19, in St.

She grew up in St. Paul and graduated from Monroe High School. She married Russell John Pisek August 30, Preceded in death by husband Russell J. Survived by children Todd Pisek of St.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Published in the Pioneer Press on July 12, Richard was the beloved husband of Beverly Jean Carlson. He has six grandsons and two great grandsons.

He had a passion for spending his summers in Wisconsin. Friends and family are welcome to attend the celebration of life on Thursday, July 12 from 4: Preceded in death by father, Jerry. Survived by wife, Nichol; daughter, Kylie; mother, Laurie; brother, Shane Kristine ; sister-in-law, Tiffany; nephews, Tim, Brock, Kayden; father and mother-in-law, David and Cheri Schmeichel, many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred. Shawn was a loving father who adored his little girl, Kylie Rose.

Shawn was taken from his family and friends far too soon and will be dearly missed.. Published in the Star Tribune on July 6, In , she met the love of her life, Bob Carlson, and they married in They welcomed daughter Audrey in and son Chet in Deb discovered her voice and ear for music at an early age, teaching herself to sing harmony as a toddler. She continued to develop her gift and learned to play many musical instruments. She spent her life sharing her beautiful voice and talents through performance and teaching roles at schools, at churches, and through Kindermusik.

She truly loved performing, whether as a soloist or as a member of an ensemble including The Bethel Connection and the Anoka Opera Company. Deb also enjoyed celebrating the joy of experiencing music with friends during frequent spur of the moment jam sessions.

With a passion for and a love of life, she touched those around her with her grace, warmth and beautiful spirit. Parking is available at Highland High School and attendees are asked to bring their own chairs. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made on Deb's Gofundme site: Published in the Pioneer Press on July 8, Paul Resident and Music Educator Vera passed away peacefully on June 30, with family by her side.

Vera's parents died when she was a young girl and she was subsequently raised by her Aunt Winnifred in Kansas City. She graduated with honors at the age of 16 and received a full scholarship to Kansas University, where she majored in music education and piano.

After college, Vera taught middle-school music and met Tom. His job at 3M brought them to Minnesota, where they raised three sons. Later in life Vera enjoyed her family, her dogs, yoga and dance, spiritual healing, several trips to Europe, reading mysteries, playing chamber music with friends, and being involved in community music.

Visitation at 5 pm and service at 6 pm. Memorials to Animal Humane Society preferred. He adored his three grandchildren, June, Charlie and Grace. The family will be making a memorial donation at a later date. Published in the Pioneer Press on July 6, Susan was a compassionate, kind and loving mother, grandmother, sister and daughter.

She will be eternally missed by her loving family. Mother, Lola Astleford, and adoring nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her father, Dale Astleford. Private family service to be held on one of Susan's favorite holiday's - 4th of July. Published in the Star Tribune on July 1, Memorial service will be held Tuesday July 10 at Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society.

She is survived by extended family, many loving friends and wonderful caregivers. Preceded in death by parents, Gary and Laura; and brother, Michael. Janice worked as an advocate at the Hennepin County Attorney's office for over 20 years. Memorials preferred to donor's choice. Kathy is survived by loving husband of 48 years Ron, children: A special thanks to Healtheast Hospice care team.

Published in the Pioneer Press on July 1, Paul Passed away June 25, after a battle with cancer. Preceded in death by parents Morris and Janet Thorson. N, Shoreview, with visitation from 1pm-3pm. Published in the Pioneer Press from July 1 to July 8, Preceded in death by parents, Rolf and Mildred. Ronald proudly served in the Navy from through July 5 at 11AM. Celebration of Life will be held later that day at 7PM with visitation at 6: Predeceased by her sister Barbara and loving husband, Karl.

She is deeply loved and will be profoundly missed. Memorial service July 7, 2 pm. Repast July 7, 3: Left us in the arms of our loving Savior. We invite you to wear her favorite color, pink. A service of celebration will be Saturday, June 30, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church 10th Ave. Visitation at 10 am.

Mass at 11 am. Burial will be on Monday, July 2, at Fort Snelling at 1: Published in the Pioneer Press on June 28, Preceded in death by parents, Lawrence and Helen Holmes; and husband, Eugene.

Memorial service will be held Sat. Published in the Pioneer Press on June 27, Preceded in death by her father Wally, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Special thank you to Woodwinds Hospital and Pillars Hospice. Memorial service Saturday July 7th at Louis Park, formerly of Jamestown, reunited with his beloved mother, Ruth M. Crisafulli, on June 21, , in Saint Louis Park.

Daniel was born Feb. He grew up in the house that he helped his parents build during his childhood. He loved coming back to his childhood home to visit. Daniel also picked up his father's building skills. A project he was always proud to have worked on, with his father and brother, was the Dipson 8 Theaters in Lakewood.

Growing up, Daniel was in Boy Scouts Pinewood Derby and marching band, where he played the saxophone. He performed in several plays and musicals, where he sang and danced. He played football, track and field, cross-country running, skiing and golf. He was a fantastic cook, loved to travel and had countless talents.

Dan loved to swim in his family's pool and every summer on Chautauqua Lake at Ferraro's dock. His favorite subject was French. He traveled to Quebec and his favorite teacher was Madame Hepper. Daniel's family was most important to him and each of his friends he considered family. He loved all of his classmates. He could have a great time anywhere he went. He always gave so much. Daniel could light up a room and create a smile from anyone who ever heard his joyful, bellowing laugh.

These memories were priceless to him. Dan fulfilled one of his dreams when he opened his own clothing store. Dan owned and operated Khaki Raks in Jamestown. Daniel is survived by his father, Nicholas A. He was preceded in death by his mother, Ruth M.

Crisafulli in ; nephew, Nolan A. Crisafulli in ; paternal grandparents, Angelo and Celestina Crisafulli; and maternal grandparents, Walter and Mildred Harsen. Funeral services will be held at 11 a. The family invites all who knew and loved him to attend.

Talk to your advisor about the recommended amount of courses to take for your graduate school aspirations. Maintain a high GPA. If you have consistently earned C's, Ds or failed courses in your major, then graduate school might not be for you. Work or volunteer as a tutor. This could be in a position in your school's writing center or you could tutor students at a local high school.

In most graduate programs, you will be expected to do some form of teaching and tutoring while you are an undergrad will indicate your interest in this role.

Many professors need and welcome undergraduates into their labs to do some of the basic tasks of research. The professor will likely write you a letter of recommendation and give you valuable advice for applying to graduate schools.

An internship will give you valuable professional experience and will allow you to learn outside the space of a classroom. It will also help you to build a professional network outside of academia.

Talk to your university's career center for tips on finding a rewarding internship. Build up other skills. While being a strong reader and writer are essential skills for most graduate programs, you should consider developing other skills that can translate inside and outside of academia. These courses will give you vital technological and quantitative skills that will translate into a variety of professions, not just graduate school.

Take a graduate level course. In your senior year, consider enrolling in a graduate level course if your school offers a Master's or Ph.

This will give you a sense of the level of work required by a more advanced degree. This will let them know that you are interested in graduate study. Think about why you want to go to graduate school. In order to become a college professor, most departments require you to have a Ph. Before you begin the application process which is very time consuming , you should think deeply about why you want to attend, especially when the promise of job security after you graduate with a Ph.

Do you not know of anything else to do? These are not good reasons to go to graduate school. Even if you have a genuine passion for your discipline and want to study if further, consider if you would be willing to do this after ten years of very hard work with little pay and no job security.

Particularly, research how many of their graduates have been placed in tenure-track jobs in the past ten years. If the department doesn't supply this information on their web site, this is a red flag. Ds go on to earn tenure-track jobs and the percentage decreases at lower tier programs. Going to a very prestigious school will help your chances of getting a tenure-track job.

In graduate school, you will work much more closely with your advisor than in undergrad. You should look for faculty members who have the title of Associate Professor or just Professor. This means they have tenure and they have a stable future at the university. If a faculty member has a title of Assistant Professor or Visiting Assistant Professor, then this means they are only tenure-track or on a limited term appointment.

Do not pick them as an advisor as their future at the university is uncertain. Don't just peruse their interests as they are listed on the faculty web site -- read articles and books by them to see what kinds of contributions they have made to their field.

Consider the funding options. Don't go into significant debt for a Ph. Beware of programs that want you to begin teaching in your first year of coursework or programs that want you to teach more than one course a semester. A heavy teaching load will make it difficult for you to finish your research. Look for grants on the U. Department of Education's web site or for grants offered for graduate students by your professional organization such as American Psychological Association.

Make an application timeline. After you have decided which programs you want to apply to, make a timeline including all the relevant information for each application.

When is the due date for each application? Do they all require the same materials or do some require different components such as a portfolio? You should start the application process a few months before each due date. Talk to your advisors and let them know you are thinking of applying to graduate school. Ask them if they will be able to write letters of recommendation for you.

You should make a formal request for a letter of recommendation at least a month before the application is due. At the beginning of the fall semester of your senior year or in August if you have graduated , contact your university's career for any guidance on applying to graduate school. They will have lots of guidance and can help you network with alumnae who have gone on to graduate school. As with the SAT, you should give yourself time to study and practice taking this test.

Do not cram in the night or week before the test. Look for prep test courses and study guides offered by your university's career center. You can also study with guide books, takes practice tests offered through Educational Testing Service, or look into using a tutor to help you prepare.

Prepare your personal statement. Your cover letter should clearly state your professional interests in the program and which field of study you would like to pursue.

Most graduate programs require some form of specialization i. Clearly state which faculty members you want to work with in your cover letter. Explain how their research interests align with yours. Discuss which experiences in your background make you prepared to study this field. Avoid making any cliche statements, such as sentences that start with the phrase "I always knew I wanted to teach this subject" or "Ever since I was a child, I loved reading.

Obsessively proofread your cover letter. If you include any typos or grammatical errors, this will indicate to the committee that you are either a weak writer or a lazy one.

Don't let you entire application be thrown out over something that is easily fixable. Submit a stellar writing sample. Your writing sample should be flawless and meet the page requirements as stipulated in the application.

Do not include a shorter or longer sample; this is a quick way to get your application dismissed. If you want to study ancient Egyptian art but your writing sample is on the Impressionist movement in the late 19th century, then this will not give the committee a clear idea of your research strengths.

Work with your college's writing center to get feedback on your writing sample. Does it make sense to someone who doesn't know very much about the subject of your research? Is it clearly written? After you have submitted your application, be patient when waiting to hear back. Do not harass the department administrative assistant for updates on the status of your application. This is a quick way to get rejected. The school will let you know if your application has been accepted or rejected.

Some programs require their applicants to interview before they admit them. You should participate in this interview if only to get a more in-depth sense of the program and how it supports its graduate students.

Once you have narrowed your choices down to options, try to visit at the schools you are most interested in. Meet with the faculty members you want to study with on your visit.

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