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Page 2 Golden Valley News December 16, 2010 ": o" I Tomasita "Tommie" Kessei DICKINSON - Funeral Services for Tomasita "Tommie" Kessel, 86. of Dickinson were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15. 2010. at St. Patri ck's Catholic Church. Dickinson. with the Rev. Todd Kreitinger celebrating. Burial took place at St. Bernard's Catholic Cemetery, Belfield. Visitation took place from 1-9 p.m. Tuesday. Dec. 14. at Stevenson Funeral Home with Rosary and Vigil Service at 7 p.m. Tommie passed away,Thursday, Dec. 9, at St. Benedict's Health Center in Dickinson. Tomasita Kessel was born Aug. 5. 1924. to Ernesto and Rosalina (Rodriguez) Martinez in Ponce. Puerto Rico. Tommie grew up in Ponce. attending grade school, and graduating from Ponce High School. She completed her educa- tion at Catholic University of Puerto Rico Hospital de Damas. where she received her degree as a registered nurse. After her school- ing, Tommie traveled to North Dakota to help her sister through a difficult pregnancy. During this time she met Wendell Kessel. Tommie married Wendell on Jan. 30, 1951. at St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Belfield. The couple made their home in Belfield. where they raised their family. They n'-wed to Dickinson in 1971. and Tommie has lived there ever since.' During her time in both Belfield and Dickinson. Tommie worked at St. Joseph's Hospital as an O,Rt nurse. She retired in 1986 but continued to volunteer at the hospital for many years. Tommie loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchil- dren, She enjoyed traveling and made many summer visits to see her family in Puerto Rico. She also enjoyed gardening and baking. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. American Legion COLBY. Wis. Auxiliary, Catholic Daughters. and was a Cub Scout den mother. She is-survived by her son. Lloyd Ke el of Dickinson: daugh- ters. Wanda Kilzer of Mesa. Ariz.: Yvette (Greg Bavendick) Hecker of Mandan: seven grandchildren. Duane (Tammy) Kilzer. Angela Kilzer. Dexxick (Amanda) Hecker. Nathan Hecker. Mathew Hecker. Taylo and Daniel Kessel: three great-grandchildren. Hunter. Ryder and Hailie Hecker; three brothers. Ernesto (Ester Martinez. Carlos (Carmen) Martinez. Louisto Martinez. all of Puerto Rico: six sis- ters. Annie Martinez. Mirian Martinez. Andrea Martinez. all of Puerto Rico: Carmen Martinez. Sarah (David) Landstrom. both of Wyoming; L)dia West of Illinois: three brothers-in-law. Joe Betchner of Illinois: Taro Rivera of Puerto Rico: Mario Serrano of New York: sister-in-law Luth Martinez of Puerto Rico: and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in "death by her husband Wendell. son Duane; both parents, and siblings, Emma. Gina, Juanny, Pedro and Edger. Remembrances and condo- lences may be shared with the fam- ily at www.stevensonfuneralhome.coln. Keith Zinsli Keith Martin in 1989. He then worked part-time Anton "Tony" Kuntz DICKINSON - Funeral Mass for Anton "Tony" Kuntz. 73. of Dickinson was held at 1 p.m., Friday, Dec. 10, 2010. at Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Dickinson. with the Rev. Jeff Zwack celebrat- ing. Burial followed at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Dickinson. Visitation was from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Dec. 9, at Stevenson Funeral Home. Dickinson, with Rosary and Prayer Service being held at 7 p.m. Visitation continued from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 10. Tony passed away on Monday, Dec. 6. at the Southwest Health Care Center in Bowman. Tony was born on Sept. 8. 1937. the youngest of 15 children born. to Tony was a member of the Elks. Nicodemus 3nd Francis (Wock Queen of Peace Catholic Church Kuntz. He grew up on the famil y and a past member of the South farm north of South Heart and Heart School Board. attended the local country school. Tony is survived by his wife. After school. Tony took over the Gail; his seven children. Shannon farm In the early years, Tony trav- (Joe) Fritz. Beach: Steve (Lynda) eled with his friends every fall. On Kuntz. Dickinson: Ryan (Lisa) one of his trips he visited his sister Kuntz, Dickinson: Ann (David) in Idaho and met the love of his life. Wood. Ridge, Md.: Marty Steidt. Anita Gaff Wakers. Tony and Gail Dickinson: Jody Kuntz. Deadwood. were married on August 25. 1963 m S.D.: and Don (Amanda) Kuntz. Elko. Nev. The couple made their Dickinson: 10 grandchildren. Drew. home on the farm north of South Brooke. Mikavla. Mason. Madison. Heart. It was here that they raised Cameron. Jasmine. Micah'. Dillan their family of seven children: and Morghann; three sisters. Madge Shannon, Steve, Ryan, Ann, Marty, Stefanatz. Jerome. Idaho: Veronica Jody and Don as well as one grand- Gayda. Dickinson: and Adeline son, Drew. (Floyd) Hushka. Dickinson: and Tony felt blessed to live his two brothers. Reinold Kuntz. entirelife on the farm. He likedhis Dickinson: and Stanley (Tillie) toys: John Deere tractors, new cars Kuntz. Belfield. and pickups and kept them all spot- He was preceded in death by iris less. Tony enjoyed polkas, eating parents, four sisters and five broth- out and visiting with family and ers. friends. He had a great sense of Family suggests memorials to humor and kept it until the very Southwest Health Care Center in end. Tony thoroughly enjoyed his Bowman. grandchildren and loved spending Remembrances and condolences Christmas with all of his family. He may be shared with the family at was a great teacher and example to his children and grandchildren. Sh riff' report The following is the Golden 1" Domestic Dispute. 1: Ambulance Valley County Sheriff's Office sum- Assist. 1: Verbal Abuse. 2: Salvation mary of calls for November: Army Assist. l: Verbal Dispute. 1 : Zinsli. 85, was called home by Our Lord on Oct. 16. 2010. with family by his side at the Colonial Center. Colby. There will be a memorial service held at a later date Honorary pallbearers will be his grandsons. Adam Weis. Zachary Zinsli. Matt Zinsli, Brent Vruwink. Brandon Vruwink and Logan Zinsli. He was born on Nov. 2. 1924. in Beach. to Joe and Neva Mac (nee Hammond) Zinsli. He was raised in Wibaux County. Mont.. and then later moved back to Beach. where he graduated from high school. He then attended college in Fargo. He married Shirley Bishop on Oct. 6. 1951. in Marshfield. While Jiving in North Dakota. he was employed by Northside Grain Elevator. They moved to Wiscoffsin in 1957. where he was employed by O.W. Trindal Co.. Loyal. and then La, nd O'Lakes until his retirement for Fi$i?s, Marshfield and the.~s Animal at large, 2: Motor Vehicle ~Drug Use/Paraphernalia. 2: Vehicle Warn s: Shop in Spencer until 1998:'He , Ace ts. 2; iViental Healili, Case, Unl k. t; wriiten a emt er if the flcef' " th0dist 1: G +' .rive rff. 1: Vandalism,' 1; Ffiilui= " to ...... 13isplay Ciii ent Church and the Masonic Lodges in Beach, Lo3 al. and Marshfield. since 1949. He was also an active mem- ber of the Spencer Lions for several years. He was raised with horses, and anytime he could be on one he was happy. He loved his kids and grand- kids. especially the babies. Survivors include his loving wile of 59 years. Shirley Zinsti: five children, Kristy (Randy) Erman. Steven (Marie) Zinsli. Jon (Debra) Zinsli. Loti (Ron) Vruwink. and Scott (Susan) Zonsli. 17 grandchil, dren and t5 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, mother and sister. Online condolences may be offered at Cremation Society of Wisconsin. Altoona. is serving the filmily. Driving Under Suspension. 1: Registration. t: Citations: Driving Criminal Trespass. 1: Civil Standby, Under Suspension, 3. I Inez Lydia Carlson DES MOINES, Iowa Inez Lydia (Gordon) Carlson. 86. passed away Saturday, Nov. 6. 2010, at Kavanagh Hospice in Des Moines, Iowa. A graveside service was held Tuesday, Nov. 9. at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Inez was born on June 9. 1924. to Irving and Leona Gordon in Beach. She graduated from Beach High School in 1942. After gradua- tion she moved to Des Moines. Iowa. where she had resided since. Inez loved being with her family. She enjo3ed reading westerns by Louis L'Amour. and playing har- monica and guitar. Inez is survived by her children. Ronald G. Carlson (Annette) of Griffin. Ga.: her daughter Joy Dellaca. of West Des Moines. Iow/l: her sister, Vera Schneider of Beach: her live grandchil~lren, four step- grandchildren, 23 great-grandchil- dren. eight step-great grandchil- dren. and seven step-great grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband. Alvin M. Carlson. her parents, two brothers and one infant sister. Memorial contribulions are sug- gested to Kavanaugh House Hospice of Central Iowa. Scoreboard Beach, 57: Wibaux, 45 Boys varsity basketball. Dec. 7 Beach: 11.27, 49.57 Wibaux: Beach player point totals: Trevor SiTe. 7: Jake Hardy, 19: Brady Zachmann. 4: Lloyd Weinreis. 7: Jade Bishop, 3: Landon Lechler. 17. Where Your Housk Is!l local independent ,,:/~r:~ ~a~n~n our ~ne~s are~ comm~/ ~O~l ~ ~ aR{t our ecJNOtriy Notice Our Subscribers If your subscription expires, or if you are a new cUstomer, it may require about two weeks before your subscription starts or restarts, depending on the day your payment arrived. 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