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Thursday, August 25th, 2016
Volume ∞ Issue ∞
- 1:16:22, Aug 22nd 2016 - Susan@batterysolutions.com - Although alkaline batteries are allowed in the trash in ... [Read More]
- 6:31:22, Aug 21st 2016 - Boo hoo hoo! - People who can't string two words together that make sense should at l ... [Read More]
- 8:53:13, Aug 20th 2016 - Aaron Swartzentruber - Why does God need to be brought in to understand this conce ... [Read More]
- 12:40:36, Aug 16th 2016 - VikeFan1 - @WTH There's no need for me to mention facts that have already been cle ... [Read More]
- 4:24:11, Aug 15th 2016 - future - I'm more pointing out the logical connection an always intervening, all know ... [Read More]
- 10:05:38, Aug 14th 2016 - WTH - @ vikefan name one fact you brought to this table. As usual you are a day late ... [Read More]
- 6:10:02, Aug 14th 2016 - Aaron Swartzentruber - So you're accusing me of robbing the due credit from God? I ... [Read More]
- 10:35:00, Aug 12th 2016 - VikeFan 1 - Ha, ha, ha. That's a good one, "left luvr." Whoever heard of using "fa ... [Read More]
- 10:00:45, Aug 12th 2016 - dump the chump - Funny how the ones who talk the most know the least. ... [Read More]
- 7:39:53, Aug 11th 2016 - left luvr - @ sv85 Are you totally incapable of independent thought ? All you do is ... [Read More]
Fri, Apr 18th, 2003
Posted in Obituaries
Posted in Obituaries
Mary Irene Frank, 45, of Minneapolis, formerly of Preston, died of health complications April 14, 2003 at her home.
Born Sept. 4, 1957, in Rochester, the daughter of Mavis and Lyle Frank, she attended Preston public schools, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and William Mitchell Law School. She was a court advocate for the Hennepin County district attorney and a social worker in Blue Earth County. Beginning as a domestic abuse project volunteer, she became crisis intervention program coordinator training the police, community groups, judges and mental-health professionals and became legal advocacy program director for the domestic abuse project. An active Native American advocate, her tribal name was Wawokiyaw. She was an election judge, an active member of the American Diabetes Association and was involved with Oasis in Golden Valley, Minn. She enjoyed cooking, gardening, traveling, reading, pets and volunteering. Survivors include her parents, Mavis Lentz Frank and Lyle Frank of Preston; two sisters, LaDonna (Jack) Kranz of St. Charles and Carolyn Frank of Olympia, Wash.; and three brothers, Noel (Noel) Frank of Owatonna, Carlton (Gina) of Albert Lea and Chris (Tracy) of Custer, S.D. A memorial service was April 18, 2003 at Christ Lutheran Church in Preston, with the Revs. Jennifer Graf and James Rushton co-officiating. The body has been cremated. Thauwald Funeral Home in Preston was in charge of arrangements.