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Page 4 Obituaries Alvin L. "Alvie" Braegelmann, 90 Mass of Christian Burial was held at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, October 10, 2011 at St. Paul's Catholic Church in St. Cloud for Alvin L. "Alvie" Braegelmann, age 90, of St. Cloud who passed away on Monday, October 3, 2011 at Quiet Oaks Hospice House in St. Augusta. Reverend Alfred Stang officiated. Entombment was in Assumption Cemetery Cold Spring Record Mausoleum in St. Cloud. Alvie was born on October 1, 1921 in Richmond, Minnesota to John and Susan (Fuchs) Braegel- mann. He married Viola M. 'i" Lang on June 10, 1946 at St. Pe- ter & Paul Catholic Church in Richmond. Alvie and Vi started Alvie's Restaurant in 1972, where they worked together until their retirement. Alvie also worked as a rural mail carrier for over 40 years throughout his life. He was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters in Richmond. Alvie enjoyed gardening, cook- ing, playing cards, and wintering in Arizona with his wife. He es- pecially loved spending time with his family and friends. He is survived by his children, Sandi (John) Ludwig, Mary (Dale) Marschel, Dick (Sandi), Bob (Joan), and Dale, all of the St. Cloud area; 15 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Alfred, Eugene, Ione, Ralph, Theresa, Juletta, and Hardy. Alvie was preceded in death by his wife, Vi in February of 2010; one grandchild, Danielle; brothers and sisters, Harold, Wil- fred, Rosetta, Vern, Ed, Berna- dine, and Cecelia. A Special Thank You to the Staff at both the St. Cloud Hospi- tal, especially the Intensive Care Unit and the Quiet Oaks Hospice House for the care given to Alvie. Memorials are preferred to Quiet Oaks Hospice House. -k-k-k+ Karen M. Fleischhacker, 53 Karen M. Fleischhacker, 53 of Watkins, died unexpectedly at her home from a brain aneurysm on Sunday, October 2, 2011. Mass of Christian Burial was held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Watkins with interment in the parish cemetery. Fr. John Brun- ner officiated. Karen M. Fleischhacker was born on December 31, 1957 at Minneapolis. She was the daugh- ter of Gerald and Alicia (Stef- fens) Kohnen. Karen was united in marriage to Joe Fleischhacker on October 28, 1978 at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Roscoe. They resided in Watkins and Karen was employed at the Pumpkin Patch Daycare in Paynesville. She also worked at the Amazing Farmyard at Paynesville and helped on the family farm. Her husband, Joe, died from cancer on August 17, 2011. Karen's hobbies included crafts, gardening, sewing and motorcycling. She enjoyed spend- ing time with her family and friends, especially her godchil- dren and her dogs and cat. Karen is survived by her son, Carl; mother, Alicia Gertken of Freeport; brothers and sisters and their spouses, Mary and Arnold Bechtold of Rogers, Debra and Jim Novacek of South Haven, Donald and Carol Kohnen of Paynesville, Robert and Tina Kohnen of Paynesville, Terri and Glen Fleischhacker of Freeport; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Gerald Kohnen; brother, James Kohnen and niece, Brenda Kohnen. +-H-k Tuesday, October 11, 2011 Christian Women to Host Speaker "At the ten- der age of 16 I got pregnant and was told the best thing to do was to have an abor- tion. For many years I suffered as a result of that choice. I spiraled downward, and when I hit the bottom, God was there with open arms. My journey has been long and hard. I have learned so many things along the way and have found forgiveness and healing that is unexplainable. I am devoted to protecting life, born and unborn, by educating people on the truth. The truth about abortion and all of its treacherous components. "I have been called by God to use my story, my baby and my journey in my efforts; in the hopes that even one person will learn from my mistake and choose to say "Yes' to the gift of life. There is a scar on my heart for my baby and it will never go away, but I will walk out the rest of my days carrying on and hon- oring her legacy. With all of my heart", Tracie Rademacher The St. Boniface Christian Women will host Tracie Rademacher on Tuesday, October 18 at 7:00 p.m., in the St. Boni- face Parish Center, 501 Main Street, Cold Spring. She is hop- ing for a large crowd and every- one is welcome, especially teenagers. Refreshments will fol- low. The Christian Women will hold a very short meeting at 6:30 p.m., before the speaker. Programming at Cold Spring Library The Great River Regional Li- brary in Cold Spring is offering the following programs and activ- ities. Craft Day - October 20 Thursday, Oct. 20 is Craft Day at the Cold Spring Public Li- HOME DELIVERED MEALS VOLUNTEER DRIVER SCHEDULE Oct. 17 - 21, 2011 Oct. 18 Dot & Don Ruegemer Oct. 19 ..... Max Weismann & Irene Plantenberg Oct. 20.. Beats & John Kutter Oct. 21 ......... Eileen & Dick Wenner " want commun,cations 68$-8800 Cold Spring-Rockville Oct. 17-21 . .Joy & Arnie Hamarm Richmond Oct. 17 ......... Joann & Arnie Rothstein brary. Craft activities suitable for children ages 3-12 will be set up at the library from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. Halloween Storytime - October 25 Children ages 3 to 8 are invit- ed to the Cold Spring Public Li- brary for a Halloween Storytime on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Children are encouraged to wear a costume to enjoy stories, songs and Halloween fun. The at- tendance limit is 30 and preregis- tration is required. Count Whackula - October 27 Children ages 4 to 12 are in- vited to the Cold Spring Public Library on Thursday, Oct. 27, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. for a program called "Count Whackula's Things That Go Bump in the Night." The program will be presented by a character called Count Whackula who uses story-telling, drama, magic, books and audience par- ticipation for a fun show that promotes the love of reading. (The program also includes safe- ty tips for trick-or-treating.) The attendance limit is 50 and pre- registration is required. This prp- gram is funded in part with mon- ey from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Contact the Cold Spring li- brary at 320-685-8281 for more information. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It provides Central Minnesota resi- dents with nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public computers, programming and in- formation services. 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