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I George w. Garrett Mundwiler Funeral Home announces the death of George Garrett, age 67 of Milbank who died June 20th at his residence. Funeral services were Wednesday, June 24th at 10:30 a.m. at Mundwiler Funeral Home. Father Ken Lulf officiated. Honorary bearers were his grandchildren and casket bearers were his sons. George W. Garrett was born Feb. 20, 1942, in Paragould, AR. He was Dawn Marie Paczkowski the son of William Grant and Edith Garrett. He served overseas with the United States Army. He returned and began his career as an over the road truck driver, most recently driving for Hedge and Herberg in Big Stone City, SD. He also did some ranching and farm work. He lived in many different states and settled in Milbank in 1979. He always enjoyed his coffee time at Trevetrs Caf6. George Garrett is survived by 11 children: George Garrett, Jr. of Portland, OR; Glenn Garrett of Omaha, NE; Christopher Garrett of Beaverton, OR; Patrick Garrett of Gresham, OR; Serena Rylander of Kent, WA; Rachel and husband Michael Kirchberg of Bellingham; Loretta and husband Richard LaFrazier of South Korea; Tammy and husband Dustin Walz of Colman, SD; Lisa and husband Dan Brandenburger of Revillo, SD; Jesse and wife Jodi Garrett of Milbank, SD and Cody Garrett of Milbank, SD; 25 grandchildren; one sister, Peggy Buchanan of Olivia. He was preceded in" death by his parents, and one sister. Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements for George Garrett. To send an electronic condolence visit Mundwiler Funeral Home announces the death of Dawn Paczkowski, age 44, of Milbank who died June 21st at the Milbank Area ORTONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY held their first Storytime in the Park of the year on Tuesday, June 16 at Hospital - Avera Health. Funeral Lakeside Park. Marilyn Hanson of CenBank was the guest reader. There were 24 participants attending, services were Friday, June 26th at 11:00 a.m. at American Lutheran [ ,iTake advantage of the available tax credits. I Church in Milbank. Rev. Janine Rew-Werling [ lli Install a ground source heat pump! I Milbank fficiatedcemetery.and burial will was in the :ii/iil iili!!i ~ [ Honorary bearers were the Wes Qualifyforupto ConEmployees. Casketbearerswere :i?~:i ii::ii:: -- Dan Steery, Dan Kaaz, Troy Wimmer, ,Derrick Appl, Brian Smith, and Calvin 30% tax credit! (,eoSvst 'ms [ the Inexpe0sive Smith. Berkne b]ngHea gl Dawn Marie Paczkowski was born r. Plum t~n I0 ~h0p Aug. 17, 1964, in Veblen, SD. She & Air C0ndlh0nlng I was the daughter of Leo and Nadine Kay (Hinman) Frank. She graduated ': 4z~ . !i: West Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 320-839-323 from Watertown High School in 1983. Dawn attended Job Corps and Heavy i~i!ii~ili~i!~ii~i~iii~!;~ii~!~i~!!ii!~!iii~!~ ~:.~:~.~:~!!~: ~ CITIZENS I:OR-BIG STONE pLEASE pRINT cLEARLY! LAKE PO Box 121 Ortonville, MN 56278 2009 CBSL Family Membership @ $10 2009 CBSL Business Membership @ $20 Extra Contribution to CBSL TOTAL = Name Street City State Date Phone No. E-mail Occupation Equipment Operator Trucking School in Palmer, TX. She worked at the Twin Brooks Alfalfa Mill, a motor carrier in Joplin, MO;'and later she drove truck for The Shop in Big Stone City, SD, Hedge and Herberg Trucking and RJB Trucking. She was employed at Wes Con in 2004, and worked there until her health forced her retirement. Dawn enjoyed fishing, music, and going out to eat with family and friends. She especially loved dogs and always enjoyed traveling. Dawn Paczkowski was survived by her father, Leo Frank of Hot Springs, SD; her brothers and sisters: Steve Kadoun of Britton, SD; Mark and wife Kathy Kadoun ofBritton, SD; Peggy Russman and Allan Mueller, Jr. of Milbank, SD; Buckley Paczkowski of Sioux Falls, SD; and Richard Paczkowski of New Effington, SD; nieces and nephews: Krystal, Heidi, Amber, Victoria, Rebecca and Bradley; great nieces and nephews: Jennifer, Mason, Hunter, Morgan, and Abigail; step-father, George Smith of Milbank; step-brothers and sisters: Kathy and husband Kenny Dragt of Milbank; Calvin and wife LaNae Smith of Milbank; Brenda and husband Collin Chamley of Marvin, SD; Brian and wife Sandy ~Smith of Milbank; and Susan and husband Chuck Myers of Milbank. She was preceded in death by her mother and grandparents. Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements for Dawn Paczkowski. To send an electronic condolence visit LAKE OF THE WOODS WALLEYE ADVENTURES JULY 12-16 Windom, Redwood Falls, Olivia, Willmar, Sauk Centre JULY 19-23 Rochester, BurnsviUe, Brainerd BORDER VIEW LODGE Baudette, MN 1-800-PRO-FISH www. borderviewlodge, tom Court report (Week of June 9-16, 2009) Big Stone County Attorney Chad Andrew Lashinski, Rice, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $185, Stayed/Jail five days for one year. MN State Patrol Mary A. Gantvoort-Ranschan, Clear Lake, SD, Vehicle Weight Limitations, Fined $185. Allan Matthew Schafer, Fargo, ND, Speeding 68/55, Fined $135. David Leslie Ecker, Browns Valley, Speeding 59/45, Fined $135. Glen R. Brooks, Victoria, Speeding 65/55, Fined $125. Reed Timothy Kessler, Aberdeen, SD, Speeding 72/55, Fined $145. Todd. William Arnold, Scandia, Speeding 84/55, Fined $285. Hiram Irving King, Aberdeen, SD, Speeding 80/55, Fined $ 225. Big Stone County Sheriff's Office Nicole Marie Brandell, Moorhead, Consumption by persons under 21, Fined $235. Jordan Robert Hennessy, Graceville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $360.95, Stayed/Jail 10 days for one year. Douglas Dewayne Gerber, Marietta, DWI, Fined $960, Stayed/Jail 90 days fpr two years, Supervised probation two years. Dustin Lee Tatro, Clinton, DWI, Fined $965, Stayed/Jail 90 days for two years, Supervised probation for two years. James Andrew Thompson, Bellingham, DWI, Fined $210, Stayed/Jail 30 days for one year, Unsupervised probation for one year. Ortonville Police Department Lori Jo Hoium, Ortonville, Falsely Reporting Crime, Fined $182. Cheryle A. Void, Shell Lake, WI, Speeding 40/30, Fined $125. Chris Alan Warner, Ortonville, Speeding 54/45, Fined $125. MN Department of Natural Resources Ryan Michael Fiecke, Winsted, Parks and Recreation Motor Vehicle Permit Required, Fined $125. Steven Robert Walter, Ortonville, Hunting-Protected Birds, Fined $185. E. Meyer named to President's list Elisabeth Meyer of Ortonville has been named to the President's List for the 2009 Spring semester at Minnesota State Community and Technical College: To earn this scholastic achievement, a student must complete 12 or more credits for the semester with a grade point aver- age of 3.5 or higher. The highest attainable average is a 4.0. As a member of the Minnesota State College and Universities System, M State serves more than 6,500 students in credit courses each term through more than 120 career and liberal arts programs at its cam- puses in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead and Wadem. WINNER OF A CONTAINER OF SKITTLES at the Ortonville Public Library kickoffparty at Lakeside Park on Wednesday, June 17, was Benjamin Eustice, son of Joe and Renee Eustice There were 1,408 skittles in the container and Benjamin guessed 1,311. About 60 children participated in the kickoff. The programs will begin this Wednesday at the library. 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