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Eldora Wiebe

Eldora A. Wiebe, ’66

Posted on 08 January 2014 by vunruh

Eldora Wiebe peacefully went Home to be with the Lord on December 23, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband Henry; son Lyle; infant son Mark; parents, Anna and George Janzen; brother Abe; and sisters, Helena Toews, and Anna Ruth Thesman. Survived by children, Colleen (Steve) Rouse, and Dawn (Patrick) Prusha; grandchildren, Travis, Stephen, Cassandra, Sarah, Samantha, and Dylan; brother, Louis; and many nieces and nephews.

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1966, Donna (Schroeder) Heil

Posted on 11 October 2011 by Mel Friesen

1966- Donna Lynn (Schroeder) Heil, 62, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday (July 12, 2011) at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho.  She was born on Oct. 14, 1948, in Newton, KS to Pete and Edith Schroeder. She was a graduate of Berean Academy in Elbing,KS and attended Grace University from 1966 -68.On Jan. 26, 1969, she married Sterling H. Heil in Omaha, Neb. Donna worked for St. Alphonsus RMC for 14 years and was known for her smile and cheerful outlook. She had a love for the Lord and a steady faith that was not shaken in the face of adversity. Her love and devotion to her family shone to everyone who knew her.Donna is survived by her husband of 42 years; three daughters, Diane and Chad Ruwe of Kuna, Idaho, Jennifer Heil of Boise, and Holly and Adam Lowe of Boise; three sons, Sterling III and Robbie Ann  Heil of Clearwater, KS, John Heil of Boise, and Paul Heil of Boise; nine grandchildren, Becca Ruwe, Alex Ruwe, Andrew Lowe, A.J. Lowe, Mathew Lowe, Megan Lowe, Colton Heil, Emma Heil and Sterling Heil IV; three brothers, Bob and Shirley Schroeder of Newton,KS, Del and Sandy Schroeder of Fort Collins, Colo., and Richard and Becky Schroeder of Newton, KS; and three sisters, Delores and George Mock of Phoenix, Ariz., Carolyn Shepherd of Bethany, Okla., and Janet and Glen Olbricht of Newton,KS.She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Marjorie Michalk of Houston; and brother-in-law, Ron Shepherd of Bethany, Okla.Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Relyea Chapel in Boise. Burial will take place in Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise. Memorials may be made to Turning Point Ministries of San Diego.

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1966 Marilyn (Rahn) Dull

Posted on 06 July 2011 by admin

1966 Marilyn (Rahn) Dull died December 14, 2010 in Nashville, TN.  was born on August 13, 1948 to Henry and Verna (Wiebe) Rahn in Mountain Lake, MN. She was their second child. She has thirteen siblings, many in the Mountain Lake or the Minneapolis area. She attended Mountain Lake Christian School, Mountain Lake Public School, Liberty University and Grace University. She met Terence G. Dull in Lincoln, NE and was married on August 14, 1976. They had no children.

She worked for Back to the Bible, was Dean Women at Western Bible Institute in Denver, CO and later an accountant for the state of Nebraska. Her last career was in Nutritional Sales and had recently retired. She bravely fought MS for decades and was truly remarkable in showing the love of God in the midst of a degenerative disease. She was much more interested in talking about “her Jesus” than about her pain. She was most appreciated for her ability to encourage people. She was the loving, faithful, trustworthy wife of Terence G. Dull (b. 1952 Sutton W. Va.).

Marilyn is survived by her mother Verna Rahn of Mt. Lake; husband Terence G. Dull; brothers and sisters: Elaine Lee of Kansas City, MO, Lucy Quigg of Minneapolis, MN, Carolyn Fleming of Lancaster, PA, Lynette Buckles of Tucosn, AZ, Dr. Roselene Coblentz, Tulsa, OK, Allen Rahn of Mountain Lake, MN, Gerald Rahn of Mountain Lake, MN, Joel Rahn of Mountain Lake, MN, Randall Rahn of Mountain Lake, MN, Richard Rahn of Minneapolis, MN, Twylene Johnson of Minneapolis MN, Merlyn Rahn of Worthington, MN, and Eugene Rahn of Minneapolis, MN; aunts and uncles; numerous nieces & nephews, great nieces and nephews, and cousins.  She was preceded in death by her father Henry Rahn.


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