8/7/1960 — 12/7/2008
Lisa died on Sunday, December 7, 2008 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. She was born on August 7, 1960 in Philadelphia the daughter of Thomas and Jane (Frugoli) Guida. She married John F. Wydock on November 3, 1984 in New Jersey. Lisa was a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a bachelor of Arts Degree in Zoology. She was most recently employed by the Shakopee American Legion Post #2 in food service.
7/13/1966 — 12/6/2008
Survived by wife, Rosalba; children, Zurisadai, Madalyn, Naason and Daniel Juarez; brother, Jorge Juarez and sisters, Monica Schanus and Guadalupe Juarez.
Dave J. Stang
6/1/1944 — 12/3/2008
Dave J. Stang, age 64, of Shakopee. Survived by wife, Dianne; children, Michelle (Bill) Poole of Delta, PA, Mike (Maureen) Stang of Shakopee, Stacey (Andy) Hribar of Lakeville, Tony Zierman of Burnsville; 4 grandchildren; 5 brothers and 1 sister. Preceded in death by his parents, Sylas and Barbara Stang, and 1 brother.
Robert O. Broas
7/29/1941 — 11/27/2008
Robert O. Broas, age 67, of Tonka Bay passed away peacefully on 11-27-08 surrounded by his loving family after a courageous journey with Cancer and COPD. He was preceded in death by wife Barbara Laddusaw. Surived by daughter Jean (Peter) Woitalla; grandchildren, Cory and Lacy; soulmate Gail Nafus and her children, John (Kelly), David, Shelby (Eric Pahl) and many relatives and friends. Bob's strength and fighting but gentle spirit inspired all who loved him. Bob lived fully and appreciated every moment of life. Special thanks to Fairview Hospice and his nurse Sean Connelly and Doctor Alter at the University of Minnesota.
3/28/1914 — 11/25/2008
Survivors: Connie Baker of Forsythe, Missouri, Melvin (Anne) Eidsmo of Appleton, Minnesota, Barbara Arne of Prior Lake, Eileen (Gene) Cameron of Shakopee; 10 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband Oswald; her parents, Frank and Myrle (Flanders) Budnick; brother James Budnick; sisters Josephine Halvorson and Florence Coulombe. Lucille was a former Queen of the Daughters of the Nile.
Fred A. Lebens
5/31/1919 — 11/22/2008
Survived by wife, Gladys; sons, Robert (Karen) Lebens of Bloomington, Craig Lebens of Bremer Bay, Australia; grandsons, Mike (Megan) Lebens of Rosemount, Kai of Sidney, Australia, Beau of San Francisco; great granddaughter Lily Lebens of Rosemount; sister Esther Rademacher, Laura Lebens, Eleanor Lebens, and Mary (Donald) LaTour all of Shakopee. Fred was Veteran of World War II serving in the Army with the 50th General Hospital Unit and attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was retired employee of Rahr Malting in Shakopee where he worked as a Maltster for 42 years. Fred was a member of Shakopee Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4046 of Shakopee and served for many years with the Shakopee Veteran Memorial Unit.
Frank C. Kroyer
7/3/1935 — 11/19/2008
Francis C. Frank, age 73, of Shakopee. Survived by wife, Shirley; daughters, Deb (Bob) LeMay of Lakeville, Cheri (Brian) Ponath of Hutchinson; son, Dan (Christy) of LeSueur; 6 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; brother, Lawrence (Patricia) of St. Paul. Preceded in death by parents, Clarence and Elizabeth.
Military rites were provided by the Shakopee Veteran's Memorial Unit.
Richard A. Pedersen
1/1/1953 — 11/13/2008
Survived by sisters, Gloria Heideman and Susan Cassman; brother, Ken Pedersen, Jr.
Preceded in death by parents, Kenneth and Eleanor Pedersen; and brother, Jim.
Nora Lee Brunello (Suzik)
12/2/1940 — 11/7/2008
Our beloved wife and mother passed peacefully after a courageous battle with lung cancer, surrounded by her loving family. She was preceded in death by her father Anton Suzik, mother Francis Suzik of Hurley, Wisconsin. She is survived by husband Alfred; sons David (Kathleen) Jeffrey (Karen) and Gregory; Grandchildren,Anthony, Bridget, Eric, and Alexis Great Grandchildren, Isabella, Cade, Willow and dear friend Richard Torma; sisters, Joan (David) Liljestrom and Kathleen (George) Smith both of Ironwood, Michigan and many loving relatives and friends. Nora will be missed by many and in our memories forever and though we can't be together we shall never be apart.
Nora was involved in scouting with her children and religious instructions at St. Bonaventure Catholic Church in Bloomington. She retired in 1995 from the Minnesota Masonic Home as the Head of Housekeeping for the Care Center.
Sylvia I. Haverinen
7/29/1929 — 11/7/2008
Survived by daughters, Cheryl (Frank) Weber of Shakopee, Barbara (Kyle) Bush of Allen, Texas; 3 grandchildren, Cortney Madden, Kelly Weber an Tyler Bush. Sylvia was preceded in death by her husband Arnold Haverinen; parents Abel and Anna (Kuukasjarvi) Ristinen and sixteen brothers and sisters.
Sylvia was a member of Dan Patch American Legion Post 643 Ladies Auxiliary and the Prior Lake Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6208 Ladies Auxiliary.