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Dr. Dallas Glick, 95, of Battle Lake, Minnesota died Monday, July 8, 2024, at the Battle Lake Good Samaritan Center.

Dallas Donald Glick was born on August 21, 1928, in Jenera, Ohio. He was the son of Harmon and Esther (Pifer) Glick. A man of faith that developed early, he was baptized and confirmed in St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church. Dallas graduated from Arlington High School, Ohio in 1946. He attended Bluffton College graduating with a Chemistry/Math Degree in 1950. He then began to pursue his passion - medicine. He earned a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Chicago in 1954, served his internship at the University of Pennsylvania and became the first surgical Resident of the Mayo clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He served two years as a Captain in the U.S. Army in Tokyo, Japan. After returning to the states, he returned to finish his residency. Always pursuing excellence as a Doctor and a Surgeon he received his master’s degree in surgery from the University of Minnesota in 1964. He became a Board-Certified Surgeon and was a member of the American College of Surgeons along with the Mayo Clinic Priestly Society.

Dallas settled in Mt. Lake, Minnesota. He married Marjorie Schultz and had 3 children. In 1961, he partnered with Alvin Wiens and opened the Glick and Wiens Clinic in Mt. Lake, Minnesota. This later became the Glick Clinic and remained in Mt. Lake until 1990 before moving to Windom, Minnesota where he practiced another 9 years. As a testament to Dallas as a man and Doctor, his patients and colleagues followed him wherever he practiced.

Throughout his medical career Dallas strove to always be the best Doctor he could. Working long hours, making house calls, continuing to improve his education, and surrounding himself with equally dedicated and talented staff. His patients were always treated generously with his time and talent.

Dallas married Lynda (Knutson-Tewes) in 1989 and began coming to their lake home on West Battle Lake, in 1991. In 1999, Dallas retired from his practice in the Mt. Lake/Windom area and moved to Battle Lake, where he and Lynda settled in at their lake home while they practiced medicine another 4 years at the Battle Lake Clinic. He and Lynda remained in Battle Lake, opening their home to friends and family, enjoying lake life, finding new causes in their community, and living out a well spent life.

Dallas loved being a doctor, a husband, a father, and a friend. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, deer hunting in Wyoming, loved cowboy culture, and relaxing by the lake with friends and family. He will be remembered by those that knew him as a hardworking man, a kind man, a generous man, and a loyal man.

He is survived by his wife, Lynda; children, Lynn (Steve) Wolden, Dr. John (Grace) Glick, Laurie (Rod) Stenke, Matthew (Rossana) Tewes, and Paul (Jasmine) Tewes; grandchildren, Jesse (Melissa) Stenke, Morgan, Nolan and Hadley, Courtney (David) Nelson, Ian and Alayna, and Noah, Levi and Jonah Glick; and by numerous relatives and friends. Dallas was preceded in death by his parents, Harmon and Esther Glick; daughter, Amy Tewes; and sister, Dorothy (Ralph) Anderson.

Military Honors by the US Army Honor Guard. In lieu of gifts or flowers, Dallas’ family would ask for your support of the First Lutheran church of Battle Lake and the Good Samaritan nursing home of Battle Lake where he received excellent care in the last few years of his life.

The funeral will be held at First Lutheran Church of Battle Lake on August 10 at 11:00am with a visitation one hour prior.

Arrangements made by Glende-Nilson Funeral Home-Battle Lake

  

Elizabeth Franz Fast January 25, 1929-July 6, 2024

Elizabeth grew up on her family farm near Delft, Minn., where she was active in her church, went to Carson Township “country school,” met her future husband, and graduated from Mt. Lake High School in 1947.

Here she learned to garden, bake, and sew; as a 4-H-er, her skills led to grand champion prizes and cherished trips to the Minnesota State Fair. She brought her passions to the University of Minnesota, graduating from the College of Home Economics in 1951. She served as a county extension agent and taught public school in Waseca, Tracy, and North Minneapolis before becoming a full-time homemaker, and later office manager for her husband’s dental practice in Madelia.

Liz loved to entertain, and if you knocked on her door, you got invited for dinner. She and Arlie raised their four children in Madelia where she was active in the First United Presbyterian Church, serving as an Elder and chair of the Christian Education Committee. They moved to Bingham Lake in 1980 where they created lifelong memories with their grandchildren. Eleven years ago they moved to the Twin Cities to be near their children and more easily enjoy the Minnesota Orchestra, U of M Landscape Arboretum, and Gophers and Vikings football.

Elizabeth is survived by her husband of nearly 68 years, Arlie R. Fast; children Richard (Jamie), Kathleen, Margaret (Eric Elkin), and Susan (Jeff Teerink); grandchildren Rachel, Anne, Britta, Maria, Peter, Emily, and Ellen; and great-grandchildren Rowdy, Ethan, Owen, and Moriah. She also is survived by sister-in-law and lifelong friend Marion Franz, as well as many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Peter F. and Helena Friesen Franz, all her siblings - Henry, Harry, Helen, and Peter H. - and her beloved grandson, Michael.

We will celebrate Elizabeth’s life on Saturday, August 24, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1200 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis (parking via Alice Rainville Place; livestream at westminstermpls.org).

Elizabeth’s family is filled with gratitude for the amazing team at her most recent home, Timber Hills - Presbyterian Homes. If desired, people may make donations to Timber Hills - Presbyterian Homes or the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.

A Celebration of Life Service to honor the life and legacy of Robert “Bob” Rempel, age 86, of Windom, will be held Thurs., July 11th at 10:30 a.m. at the Evangelical Free Church in Windom with Pastor Jon Greener officiating. Burial will be at the Mountain Lake Cemetery in Mountain Lake.   The service will be livestreamed on the Evangelical Free Church’s Facebook page. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred. Robert Lee Rempel was born September 21, 1937, to Frank and Susie (Ewert) Rempel in Mountain Lake, Minnesota and grew up in the Bingham Lake and Delft areas. In his teen years, Robert suffered from Polio. He graduated from Mountain Lake Public School and went on to attend business school for one year in Mankato.

Bob worked for the Delft Elevator and Heron Lake Elevator for several years as a bookkeeper. He was then hired at the accounting firm, Johnson-Bottin, later Johnson, Tibodeau, Bottin & Co., P.S.C., and worked for over 30 years until retiring in 2020 at the age of 82.

On April 13, 1968, Robert married Kathryn Voth in Morden, Manitoba, Canada. Shortly after marriage, the couple moved to Mountain Lake and lived there until they moved to Windom in 1971. They adopted a baby girl, Suzanne, in 1972, and later that year had a son, Sheldon Lee, who passed away as an infant in November 1972. Kathryn battled cancer and passed away on September 19, 1998.

Robert was united in marriage to Ruth (Warner) Fetterley on May 16, 2009, at the Evangelical Free Church in Windom. After marriage, the couple continued to live in Windom, and Bob was blessed with two sons, Nathan and Matthew, while Ruth was blessed with a daughter, Suzanne.

Bob had many enjoyments in life, and topping the list included his family and grandchildren. He loved watching sports, especially professional football, and he closely followed the college basketball tournaments. Bob also enjoyed watching old westerns.

After a brief illness, Bob passed away at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on Friday, July 5, 2024.

Left to cherish Bob’s memory are his wife, Ruth Rempel of Windom; daughter, Suzanne (Christopher) Crawford of Highlands Ranch, CO; two stepsons, Matthew (Melissa) Fetterley of Ramsey, and Nathan (Liza) Fetterley of St. Cloud; three grandchildren, Jadon, Madeline and Ronen; siblings, Allan (Marlys) Rempel of Windom, Maxine (Warren) Pankonin of Sanborn, Merv (Betty) Rempel of Mountain Lake, Sandra (Lee) McAdams of Venus, TX; as well as several nieces and nephews.

Bob was preceded in death by his parents; first wife, Kathryn; son, Sheldon; and two infant siblings.

Condolences and memories of Bob may be sent online to www.lacannefuneralhome.com.

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Sept. 21, 1937 - July 5, 2024

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Robert “Bob” Rempel, 86, Windom, Minn., died Friday, July 5, in Avera McKennan Hospital.

Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, at Evangelical Free Church in Windom. Visitation will continue from 9:30-10:30 a.m., followed by a celebration of life at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, July 11, at the church. Pastor Jon Greener will officiate. The service will be livestreamed on the church’s Facebook page. Burial will be in Mountain Lake (Minn.) Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred.

Arrangements by LaCanne Family Celebration of Life Center.

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June 26, 1984 - April 27, 2024

NEAR BINGHAM LAKE, Minn. - Pastor Marie Savage, 39, Mountain Lake, Minn., died Saturday, April 27, in rural Bingham Lake.

Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, at Center Point Church in Mountain Lake. Visitation will continue from 10-11 a.m., followed by a celebration of life at 11 a.m., Thursday, May 2, at Bethel Mennonite Church in Mountain Lake. Pastor Mark Dean will officiate. The service will be livestreamed on the Center Point website, Facebook page and YouTube channel. Burial will be in Mountain Lake Cemetery.

Arrangements by LaCanne Family Celebration of Life Center.

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Aug. 5, 1929 - April 17, 2024

WINDOM, Minn. - Harold Bauer, 94, Windom, Minn., died Wednesday, April 17, in Good Samaritan Society Sogge Memorial.

Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Friday, May 3, at LaCanne Family Celebration of Life Center in Windom. Visitation will continue from 9:30-10:30 a.m., followed by a celebration of life at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 4, at First Baptist Church in Windom. Pastors Marlin Morhrman and Herms Banico will officiate. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery in Windom. Military honors wil be provided by American Legion Post 206 in Windom.

Arrangements by LaCanne Family Celebration of Life Center.

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Dec. 20, 1933 - Feb. 24, 2024

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Nettie Eytzen, 90, Mountain Lake, Minn., died Saturday, Feb. 24, in Our Lady of Peace Hospice Care.

Visitation will be from 1-2 p.m., followed by a service at 2 p.m., Friday, March 1, at Community Bible Church in Mountain Lake. Interment will be in Delft (Minn.) Cemetery.

Arrangements by Sturm Funeral Homes.

Aug. 30, 1936 - Feb. 10, 2024

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Marlene Krahn, 87, Mountain Lake, Minn., died Saturday, Feb. 10, in Ava’s House.

Visitation will be from noon to 1 p.m., followed by a service at 1 p.m., Friday, Feb. 16, at First Presbyterian Church in Mountain Lake. The Rev. David Lick will officiate.

Arrangements by Sturm Funeral Homes.