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Died in his apartment on December 30, 2014 in St Paul, MN due to a heart attack. He was 62 years old. Dana was born on April 12, 1952 in Minneapolis, MN to Raeder and Sue Larson. He graduated from St Louis Park High School in 1970, Amherst College in 1974 and University of Denver Law School in the late 1970s. He subsequently passed the Colorado Bar. Dana is survived by his wife Sandy Yanez-Larson, and two sons - Dana C and Tyler. He is also survived by his Mom, Sue Larson and siblings, Jim (Jill), Rolfe (Peg and daughter Mariella), Lee (Jose and daughter Oliviana) and Judd (Monica and daughter Maya). He is also survived by the many people he came in contact over his journey of life: Working at DeGigido's Restaurant on West 7th Street in St Paul, working at Bakers Square in St Paul, driving a School Bus with rowdy kids that he always enjoyed bantering with, working with the accounting for the Baseball Teams of West St Paul. Dana will be cremated, as per his wishes. A Gathering of Family and Friends will take place on Monday, January 5th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, and A Time of Sharing taking place at 2:45 PM at Simple Traditions by Bradshaw at 488 Humboldt Ave, St Paul, MN. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Dana's life. Dana enjoyed life to the fullest. He was an excellent sportsman both in his physical abilities and his extensive knowledge of football, baseball, hockey, etc. He could pick up any sport within a matter of hours, and was one of the top Squash players in America in the early 1970s. He always tried to do what was best for everyone, and was always interested in other people. He would learn something from every conversation he had with anyone, including total strangers. It is with great sadness that we will pay our final respects to Dana, he may be missing from our family get togethers, he will never be missing from our hearts.     Published in Pioneer Press on Jan. 4, 2015 - See more at: http:///obituaries/twincities/?n=Dana-Linder-LARSON&pid=173721258#

Joe Pupkes of Plymouth, Minnesota passed away November 4, 2017 at age 58.  Joe was born in Omaha, Nebraska and attended Holy Name School in Omaha for 12 years.  He graduated from St. Cloud State University and worked in the health insurance industry for the majority of his career.  Joe enjoyed his family, travel, golf, the outdoors and time at the cabin. 

Preceded in death by parents, Leonard and Annette; sister, Susan Johnson and brother, Larry. 

He is loved and will be dearly missed by Sheryl, his wife of 34 years; daughter, Taylor; son, John; sisters and brothers, Linda (Bob) McManus, Patti (Steve) Schafer, John (Jean), Ken, Mary (Jeff) Sutton, Kathy (Rob) Riggins, Nancy (Matt) Pehl; brother-in-law, Terry Johnson, Sr.; many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

A highlight of the Louvins' second gospel album, 1959's Satan Is Real , "The Christian Life" adds a homespun fire-and-brimstone attitude to the sort of Depression-era country harmonizing picked up from earlier sibling acts like the Delmore Brothers: "My buddies shun me since I turned to Jesus / But I still love them, they burden my heart," Charlie and Ira sing in close harmony over a waltz rhythm. Almost a decade later, the Byrds went on to cover "The Christian Life" on their 1968 country-rock masterpiece Sweetheart of the Rodeo, with Roger McGuinn's voice dubbed over Gram Parsons' original lead vocal. By Richard Gehr

View the Full Online Memorial   Dwight W. "Skip" McFerran
age 62 of Maple Grove passed away Sept. 6 with his family at his side.

He is preceded in death by parents, Dwight and Agnes; sister, Pat (Jim) Lund; and brothers-in-law, Bill Audette and Jack Mason.

He is survived by loving wife, Pam; daughters, Amy (Greg) Kalberer and Kelly (Eric Nelson); grandson, Cooper Kalberer; adopted grandson, Carter Nelson; sisters, Maureen Audette, Vivian Mason and Sharon (Parker) Coates; mother-in-law, Sylvia Thompson; brother-in-law, Craig (Tina) Thompson; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

Dwight loved his family and friends. He enjoyed golf, fishing and spending time at his happy place, the cabin. 

You know, the Everlys have a long history of knocking each other down, as brothers can do. So in a certain sense, it was hilarious that the four of us were doing this tour, given our collective histories of squabbling. And it's amazing, because they hadn't seen each other in about three years. They met in the parking lot before the first gig. They unpacked their guitars — those famous black guitars — and they opened their mouths and started to sing. And after all those years, it was still that sound I fell in love with as a kid. It was still perfect.

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