News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Jeanne E. Friesen leaves behind a husband, two sons, four grandchildren, a great granddaughter and other relatives.
The Roseville woman was 76-years-old.
Through the years, Dunne Jr. had been active in various church and community leadership positions.
In May 1962, the retail world saw something new in Roseville: the Target store bulls-eye.
The service is scheduled at the Rosetown American Legion post in Roseville.
Dietsch, 90, of Roseville, was a World War II veteran and a member of the Knights of Columbus.
The Roseville woman lived more than 50 years in the city.
The memorial service will be held at Mueller-Bies Funeral Home-Roseville.
Hendrickson had a love of golf and recently won a Retired Rascals tournament.
Gillmor, 86, was a national expert on the First Amendment.
Holliday was a WWII Army veteran.
The Roseville woman was 75-years-old at time of her death.
Peterson, of Roseville, was a WWII veteran and had a 44-year career at Great American Insurance Co.
Simundson, of Roseville, was an expert in Old Testament studies.
Caron taught at Roseville High School.
Kliese passed away on Nov. 14.
Bender had been married for 71 years to wife Lorraine.
Wells survived by Audrey, wife of 55 years.
Kovarik, 87, was a WW II and Korean war veteran and was a member of Sheet Metal Workers Local 10.
Oknich, 82, worked at Ecolab, volunteered at local charities and churches.