Virginia A. Ginny Weckman
9/25/1920 — 10/24/2008
Virginia Wanzek was born on September 25, 1920 to Vincent and Agnes Wanzek in Windsor, North Dakota. She was the oldest of 11 children. Virginia graduated from St. John's Academy High School in Jamestown. She married Germain Weckman on August 31, 1940 and then moved to Shakopee, Minnesota.
Virginia was active in St. Mark's Church for over 65 years. She loved to help people in anyway she could at the hardware store or serving hot lunch at school or funeral lunches. Virginia loved to cook, bake, sew, do crafts,and quilts. She was devoted to her family and she was so proud of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She always had a kiss and hug for each of them. She had a heart of gold and will be missed by everyone.
She is survived by children Maryann (John) O'Loughlin, Joan (Al) Stang, Bob (Cathy) Weckman, Bill (Sue) Weckman all of Shakopee; 13 grandchildren, Janni (Rick) Hennes, Tim (Jodi) O'Loughlin, Steve (Joanne) O'Loughlin, Amy (Joe) Sullivan, Cheri (Shawn ) O'Hern, Terry (Lynda) Stang, Carrie (Curt) Downs, Mike (Jenn) Weckman, Dave (Hollie) Weckman, Kelly Weckman Katie (Dave) Wenthold, Kim (Chris) Peterson, Kory (fiancee Allison) Weckman; sister, Dorothy Flynn; brothers Ronald Wanzek, Marvin (Donna) Wanzek, Richard (Alice) Wanzek; sisters-in-law Virginia Wanzek, Janet Wanzek, and Dorothy Wanzek; brother-in-law Jack Maddock. Preceded in death by husband Germain, great-granddaughter Megan O'Hern; brothers, Jerome, Casimer, Leo, Vincent and Alphonse Wanzek; sister Isabell Maddock.
12/18/1930 — 10/22/2008
Norbert was preceded in death by his wife Beverly; son, Todd, parents Charles and Esther; sister Verna. He is survived by his sons,Chuck (Joleen), Bruce (Diana), Scott and Brian; grandchildren, Carla, Ted (Amy), and Erica; great granddaughter, Jaeden; sister Helen (Marvin) Kinzler; brothers, Wesley (Judy) Karvonen and Marvin Karvonen; many other family and friends.
Norbert was a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps and was a retire employee of Honeywell where he was employed for 36 years.
Carol Rybak Scott
4/17/1936 — 10/16/2008
Passed to another life on October 16, 2008. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mike and Clara Rybak of New Prague, her husband, Gary Scott, her son Michael Scott; and by her maternal and paternal grandparents and her life time friend, Dorene Love. Carol was born in New Prague, Minnesota on April 17, 1936. She graduated from Mankato State College in 1957. She is survived by her beloved children, Erin (Jeff) Talley of Minnetonka and Tom (Amy) Scott of Savage, and her wonderful grandchildren, Alex, Alicia and Michael. She is also survived by her sister, Elaine (Dick) Clyborne-Barber of Minnetonka and Elaine's children and grandchildren. Also surviving are her soul sisters: Angie Topka, Sophie Kubes and Nancy Haferman, Mary Ellen Steveken and Arlene Mamer and the many wonderful people she has loved and worked with at Court Administration in Scott County.
Jason C. Westling
5/12/1980 — 10/16/2008
Jason died suddenly at home on October 16, following a massive heart attack. He was preceded in death by grandparents, Arlis and Al Finnie and Roy Westling. Jason is survived by his parents, Jill and Wyman Westling; fiancee Tiana Meyers and her daughters Josephina and Ariana; brothers, Shawn and Tyler; sister, Laurie; grandmother, Marion Westling; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was much loved.
Jason was a graduate of Brown College and employed as a programmer at Ecolab.
Marilyn M. Hartman
2/19/1934 — 10/11/2008
Marilyn M., age 74, of Norwood. Preceded in death by parents, Eric and Ruth Anderson; sister, Janet Baird. Survived by sons and daughter, Alan, Eric, Ryan, Rhonda Schmidt and husband Wes, Reid; grandchildren, Crystal and Tyler Schmidt, sisters, Joyce Gibson, Carol Hoppe.
Lloyd W. Dupre
7/19/1924 — 10/9/2008
Lloyd W., age 84, of Shakopee, formerly of St. Paul. Preceded in death by loving wife of 60 years, Lorraine; and brother and sister. Survived by son, Jim (Paula) Dupre; daughter, Lonnie Dupre; grandchildren, Michele, Pat (Liz), Joe (Amy), Daniel; great grandchildren, Marissa, Ryan, Samantha, Tom, John; 5 siblings.
As a young man Lloyd lived a life full of adventure, traveling throughout the country. He volunteered for the Army, and fought and served with honor in the Islands of the Pacific during World War II. After the war he devoted his life to his family. He became a professional fire fighter for the City of St. Paul, where he served as Captain for 19 years until his retirement. Lloyd was an avid outdoorsman and skilled handyman. Grandpa will be remembered for his great sense of compassion and his ability to love. We will love him forever and miss him, until we meet again.
Lynn R. Rumpca
6/7/1945 — 10/4/2008
Lynn R. Rumpca, age 63, of Silver Bay. Survived by wife, Donna; daughters, Michelle Schmid and husband Russ of Shakopee, Nicole Rumpca of Buffalo, Stacy Ligon and husband Josh of Albertville; grandchildren, Michael Rumpca, Justin Schmid, Nevada Ligon; brothers and sister, Larry Rumpca and wife Leslyann of AZ, Lois Chapman and husband Gary of Cannon Falls, Loren Rumpca and wife Cathy of WI, Lee Rumpca and wife Robyn of Maplewood. Preceded in death by parents, August and Delores Rumpca.
8/26/1927 — 10/4/2008
Survivors: Husband, Ilya; sons Yuriy of Jordan, Minnesota, Igor of Shakopee, Minnesota; sisters, Lyudmila Kiselev and Lan Vindokuroff, both of North Carolina.
Jordan Riley Petersen
5/23/2008 — 10/3/2008
Survived by parents, Leslie Kittleson and Samuel Petersen; sister, Katelyn; brothers, Kody and Jacob; grandparents, Lester and Susan Kittleson; grandmother, Julie Reece; aunts and uncles, Steven and Missy Kittleson, John Kittleson and his fiancee Tiffany Rock, and Kelly Petersen; great-grandma, Lila Reece; great-grandparents, Ron and Betty Pierson; cousins, Tristan Womack, Ethan Reece-Benson, Chloe Fontana, Isabella Reece, and soon to be Marissa Ann Kittleson; many other friends and family.
Donald C. Dirty Lee
6/29/1950 — 10/2/2008
Surivors: Wife, Jane (Neisen); daughters,Jessica and her special friend Jesse Niemand, and Jennifer; mother, Edna Lee; sister, Carole (Chris) Festvog and extended family. He was preceded in death by his father, Francis Lee. He was employed as a Maintenance Supervisor with Friendship Manor Health Center, Shakopee. In honor of Dirty, Hawaiian casual attire may be worn.