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Monty McHugh passed away suddenly at the age of 52. Loving son of Timothy and Diane McHugh. Dear father of Madison and Hunter. Beloved friend of Cindy McHugh. Brother to Shaun McHugh. Monty will be missed by all his close friends and family. Celebration of Monty's Life will take place on Monday May 7, 2018 at HOLICK CRACIUN FUNERAL HOME, 23040 Center Ridge Rd. Westlake, OH. From 4-8 PM. The family suggests Memorial Contributions be made to the American Heart Association (Team Jake).
An open house to celebrate Willie’s life will take place on Sunday, December 15, 2013 at the Huikko’s Entertainment Center from 2 to 5 pm. Huikko’s Entertainment Center is located at 1207 Highway 25 N; Buffalo, MN. You can enter on the West side of the building using the Bison Creek Bar & Dining entrance. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided. There will be no formal service. Memorials are preferred to Annandale Food Shelf, Humane Society of Wright County and Toys for Tots.
Spiegel, Thomas L. age 47, passed away on December 30, 2012, in Miami Beach, Florida. Beloved son of Judy and Herb Goldenberg and Richard and Judith Spiegel. Also survived by his best friend and cousin, Mark Usem, his loving siblings, Julie Spiegel, Amy Hearne (David), Jill Goldenberg (Sidney), Stuart Goldenberg (Rhonda), and Sonseere Goldenberg. He will be missed by many wonderful nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins, and numerous friends. Thomas was a graduate of the University of Minnesota and received his MBA from the Carlson School of Business. His spirit, generosity, intelligence and sense of humor will live on in the hearts of his family and friends. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to: ASPCA, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (ASPCA.ORG) or to STEP, St. Louis Park Emergency Program, 6812 West Lake Street, St. Louis Park, MN 55426.
Erickson, Kecia L. Age 46 of Plymouth. Passed away peacefully early July 18, 2011, while husband Tony Clapp was at her side. Also survived by son, Kaeden Erickson, and son, Jordan Sell and his father, Jim Sell; loving parents, Sue and Bob Erickson; brother, Brent (Katie), Alex, Ryan; and brother, Chad (Kerstin), Kaj, Tait, Ava. As a 6 year cancer survivor she leaves her trials and tribulations behind. Her family, relatives, & friends celebrate her courageous, compassionate, and celebratory life- style, all of which will be missed by many. She left her mark graduating from Hopkins High School (1983), Gustavus Adolphus College (1987), and University of Indianapolis, Krannert School of Physical Therapy (1993). Her work life centered around Fairview Institute for Athletic Medicine (IAM) as Director of Quality for the Orthopedic Service Line. While passionate about her work and relationships, she lived each day to the fullest and gave of herself to others. Her commitment to spiritual values was paramount. The family thanks all who have used CaringBridge.org (keciaerickson) to acknowledge her specialness and uniqueness. Her legacy will be remembered.
I remember you in World Studies our senior year after watching The Ten Commandments and we had to grade our own write~up. Thanks for the memory and sorry to see that you had to leave us so soon.
We need more driven souls like yourself. "As long as you remember me then I am still alive." (US Army Special Forces Command (Airborne)
Saba, Duane A. age 43, of Hopkins, formerly of NE Mpls. Survived by his daughter, Sloan & her mother, Hally; his birth parents, Ron & Barbara; birth brothers, Danny, Daryl; sisters, Monica and Sherrie. He was raised by his grandparents, John & Norma. Grandpa John preceded him in death. He also lived with and was raised by his uncle, Gary and aunt, Gail. The extended brothers and sisters include: Dean, Cory, Connie, Cindy, Ward, Carrie, Joe, Sarah and Cynthia; other survivors include several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many friends, all who were dear to him. He never fully knew how much he was loved.
I don't know, I must be getting sentimental or something. I recently found out that my old friend, Tim Ebnet died, and I wanted to find out how he left us, and so I stumbled across this web-site, and now I just learned that two of my boxing buddies died too soon, Johnny Everding and Duane Saba... I haven't seen these guys since my sophmore year at Eisenhower, but I remember Duane and Johnny. I had the utmost respect for them during my one and only year at Ike. Duane had an amazing physique and was one hell of a boxer, he once gave me two black eyes down in the athletics locker room. The first time I ever sparred was with Duane, he said, "hey Rob, lets spar." I'll never forget it, I was scared shitless, nearly peed in my pants, and for good reason, Duane had very fast hands, and he got two great jabs that nearly knocked me out ten seconds into the match. I always liked him, and we had some things in common. Thanks for the boxing lesson, Duane. Perhaps we'll meet again and have a rematch.
Wingate, Jenny Marie Born May 30, 1964, passed away December 11, 2006 after over 20 years of bipolar illness. Graduate of Hopkins High School and California State University in Bakersfield, CA. Jenny is the beloved daughter of Mary Quinlan Wingate of Fort Collins, CO and Ed Wingate and his wife Karen of Gold Canyon, AZ. For the past 5 years, Jenny lived in Plymouth, MN, previously she made her home in Bakersfield, CA, Sacramento, CA and Everett, WA. Jenny is survived by her parents; sister, Laurel Wingate and her husband, Brian Cox of Washington, DC; aunts, uncles, cousins, and nieces. Jenny loved swimming, biking, hiking, cross country skiing, fishing, golfing, tennis, reading, writing, and her dogs. Jenny's life was an inspiration to all of us in her valiant struggle with her mental illness and will always be remembered with deep love. Memorials preferred in lieu of flowers to the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Fund.
Woskoff Robert H., age 38 of Stone Mountain, GA, died May 31st of natural causes after a short illness. Robert was born in Sioux City, IA on Sept. 6, 1965 and lived in Akron, IA until 1975 when the family moved to Golden Valley. In 1997 he moved to the Atlanta area and was employed by SCP Corp. Robert is preceded in death by father, Paul Woskoff; and his brother, Thomas Woskoff. Survivors include his wife, Colleen Woskoff; stepchildren, Amanda, Michael, and Adam White, all of Stone Mountain; his mother, Bette Lou Woskoff of Plymouth; his brother, John Woskoff of Mpls; his aunts and uncles, Betty Jean and Stanley Weisman of Fort Myers, FL, and Anne and George Shindler of Phoenix, AZ; and 5 cousins. Rabbi Scott Saulson officiated at the graveside services on June 3, 2004 at Eternal Hills Memory Gardens in Snellville, GA. Pallbearers were longtime friends Jeff Swartz, Jeff Erhardt, and Charles Conner of the Twin Cities, and John Spangler of Galena, IL; brother-in- law, Dr. Jay Eastman, Rochester, MI, and stepson, Michael White of Stone Mountain, GA.
Steve Gluth, 37, of St. Petersburg, FL, originally of Minnetonka, died accidentally 6/19/02. He will be deeply missed by his parents, Warren & Ruth of St. Petersburg; brother, Brad (Nancy), Burnsville; sisters, Jan (Don) Cable, Eden Prairie, Linda Hassler, Golden Valley; nieces & nephews, Jessica, Lindsey, Jeremy, Grant, Janelle, Kelly, Amy; 50 cousins; and loving companion, Annette Tenaglia & her daughter Danielle. Steve was a 1983 graduate of Hopkins High School, attended St. Petersburg Jr. College and Tampa College. He was a finish carpenter/supervisor at Mill-Rite Woodworking Co. in Pinellas Park, FL. We will miss his beautiful blue eyes and great smile.
So sad to hear this, in 6th grade I moved for the first time in my life and Steve was the first guy to talk to me and make me feel at ease. He was a nice guy and I won't forget how he made me feel accepted at Gatewood Elementry, he ended up living 2 doors down from me. RIP Steve.