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Robbinsdale Senior High School
Class of 1967

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View profile »Winnie Johnson (Aanerud)
Mesa, AZ
We recently moved to Arizona and are loving it! In the spring we hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and up again with our youngest daughter.

Since graduating from UMM, I've worked at
*Services for the Blind
*Minnesota Historical Society's Kelley Farm
*Minnesota State Fair

Married-Russ Johnson; 3 children; 6 living grandkids
View profile »Joyce Guzzo (Ackerson)
Coon Rapids, MN
Hello to everyone! After graduation I worked as a dental assistant. Then I married my high school boy friend from Brooklyn Center High School. We have lived in MN, Ill, and now for 20 some years in KS. Gary and I have been married 38 years. We have one daughter and one son plus 5 wonderful grandsons. My husband was vice president of a chain of 30 restaurants. I assisted with retail and promotions. I was a full time mom and volunteered for many things my children where in. I now volunteer at our church. My hobbies are photography, reading, and enjoying our grandchildren.
Jeffrey S. "Jeff" Adams

Adams, Jeffrey S. "Jeff" Born June 14, 1949, died too soon on June 13, 2013. Predeceased by his father, Gordon C. Adams, Jeff is survived by his best friend and love of his life Verna Corgan; loving and beloved son Peter G. Hames, Jr. (Lori and Tyler Green); mother Elizabeth (Marti) Adams; brothers Steve (Susie) and John (Cassandra) Adams; sister Janet Johnson; brother- and sister- in-law and in his heart, Ronald and Virginia Rengel; mother-in-law Verna I. Corgan; brother-in-law Cori (Judee) Corgan; sister-in-law Tiffany (Norman) King; nephews Seth and Eliot Adams, David Rengel, David and Theodore Corgan; nieces Courtney and Natalia Adams, Jessica and Danielle Johnson, and Jillian Corgan; many wonderful friends, neighbors, and relatives; and his work family at Sign-Zone, Inc., where the leadership and good fellowship of colleagues made his work experience there the best he ever had. Jeff's remains will be interred at Fort Snelling following a bequest to the University of Minnesota Medical School; an interment announcement will follow in 12 to 18 months. Jeff wanted those he cared about to share a celebration of his life. We will gather to remember him at The Victoria House, 1715 Steiger Lake Lane, Victoria, MN, on Wednesday, June 19, 2013, between 5 and 9 p.m. Jeff also wanted to share these words of philosopher Epictetus: "Remember that you ought to behave in life as you would at a banquet. As something is being passed around it comes to you, stretch out your hand, take a portion of it politely. It passes on, do not detain it." Jeff wanted us to enjoy our everyday life. As memorials, Jeff preferred donations to Common Hope or to animal rescue.

Published in Star Tribune on June 16, 2013
Ahlberg, Dennis E. Born Jan. 21, 1949, passed away Feb. 23, 2012. Survived by daughters, Jensine "Jenny" and Michelle "Shelley"; brother, David (Jeanne); sister, Pauline (Don) Peterson; brother-in-law, Richard Weikle; along with many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents, William and Lillian, and sister, Susan Weikle. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Mpls. VA Hospital. www.Washburn-McReavy.com Robbinsdale Chapel 763-537-2333
Minneapolis, MN
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Stephen L. Alm - Palm Bay - Stephen L. Alm, age 59, passed away Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at home. Born in Minneapolis, MN, he was the son of the late Robert G. and Jeanette (Burney) Cole. He was the beloved brother of Gina A. Bardy and James G. Alm. Mr. Alm was a graduate of Macalester College in St. Paul, MN and Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, OR. He was a brain injury survivor and a creative and gifted artist. His Christian faith, family and friendships were central to his life. He leaves his sister, Gina, and brother-in-law, William A. Bardy; brother, James G. Alm; nephews, Ben, Nick, and Sam Bardy; niece, Mona (Travis Clark) Alm; great-niece, Faith Alm Clark; sister-in-law, Martha (Patrick Chai) Alm; cousins, Patricia Turner, Michael Dougherty, Susan (Terry) Krick, Nancy Sanford, and John Alm. A Service of Witness to the Resurrection will be held on Saturday, December 5, 2009 at 1 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Palm Bay, 1080 Port Malabar Rd., Palm Bay. Interment will take place at a later date in St. Mark's Presbyterian Church Columbarium, Tucson, AZ. Arrangements entrusted to South Brevard Funeral Home. Please share your memories and sign the guestbook at www.affuneral.com

(Obituary from "Florida Today" published on Nov. 21, 2009)
Aitkin, MN
View profile »Barbara Stearns (Anderson)
Webster City, IA
I have been living in Iowa for some forty-five years. I am married (2nd time around) and have five grown children/step children, ten beautiful grandchildren (nine girls, one boy) We feel blessed to have four of our five kids living in Iowa (a couple of them just down the block!) One son, Ben, lives in South Dakota. We still have ties to Minneapolis and Balsam Lake, Wisconsin but don't go north as much as we used to. We have a condo in Clear Lake, Iowa and spend time there - both winter and summer. Since my last post both my husband and I are retired and enjoying it. I've enjoyed making contact with old classmates through Facebook.
Barnum, MN
View profile »Carol Robinson (Anderson)
Plymouth, MN
Robbinsdale, MN
View profile »Kathleen Lebra (Anderson)
Greenwood, IN
Minneapolis, MN
View profile »Leslie Cornelius (Anderson)
Brooklyn Park, MN
Married to Doug, 2 kids, 3 grandkids
New York, NY
My partner Kozo and I met in Tokyo in the earlier 90s and now live together on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He works as a financial analyst in an accounting firm. I work as a university professor and independent learning and development consultant.

Happy News! Kozo and I were married on August 24, 2013, in our home in New York City.
Oxnard, CA
View profile »Susan Soltvedt (Anderson)
Golden Valley, MN
Minneapolis, MN
View profile »Mary Boe-Schwartz (Andryski)
Maple Lake, MN
Tigard, OR
Brooklyn Park, MN
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Deceased 1991, Photo from RHS Robin 1966
Plymouth, MN
Baldwin, Randall "Randy" Age 62, of New Hope, passed away peacefully on Feb. 25, 2012 surrounded by family and friends after a courageous battle with multiple myeloma. Preceded in death by father, Richard. Survived by mother, Marvel; brothers, Jim (Cheri), Terry, and Bob (Lisa); sister, Colleen (John) Crichton; nieces, Emily, Anna, Molly, Alyssa, and Paige; nephew, Ryan; and other relatives and friends. Randy grew up in the Robbinsdale area and was active in church activities and Boy Scouts, achieving the distinction of Eagle Scout. He attended Bemidji State College where he was active in student senate and was a member of the Theta Tau Epsilon Fraternity. Randy graduated with a business degree from St. Cloud State University. He spent his career downtown Mpls in food and beverage management. Always the caretaker, Randy was known as everybody's best friend. Visitation will be Wednesday, Feb. 29 from 5-8 PM at Washburn-McReavy. Funeral service will be Thursday, March 1, at 10 AM with visitation 1 hour prior to the service at Calvary Lutheran Church, 7520 Golden Valley Rd., Golden Valley. Memorials preferred to Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at U of M Medical Center or the Frauenshuh Cancer Center at Methodist Hospital. www.Washburn-McReavy.com Eden Prairie Chapel 952-975-0400 7625 Mitchell Road (1 blk N. of Hwy 5)
Published in Star Tribune from February 27 to February 28, 2012
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Brooklyn Center, MN
View profile »Bonnie Hageman (Ballentine)
Chanhassen, MN
Loved those Friday night sock hops after the game. Loved Mr. T and being in the band. High school was the best!
Graduated from St. Cloud State (did not enjoy college at all) and was a teacher. Married for 35 years to Glenn (Wayzata High grad '66 and U of M grad). We met on a blind date. We laugh a lot together. Three (a son and two daughters) wonderful children; one is married; no grandchildren yet. Stayed home fulltime for 15 years when our children were young and loved it! Work fulltime at a leasing company now and Glenn is in computer work. Glenn and I live in Chanhassen and all our children live in the Twin Cities area.
God bless everyone from the class of 67.
As of January 2009 we now have a grandchild. Precious Ava brings so much joy and it is so heartwarming to see our daughter and her husband be such terrific parents.
Also I was laid off from my job which gives me plenty of time to see our granddaughter.

Married to Glenn, 3 children
We lost my bride, our sister, our aunt and our dear friend. Linda Barbeau died Friday, April 13 at home in Crystal, MN from an abdominal aneurysm at the young age of 68. Linda was born November 21, 1949 to Robert and Gail (Bintner) Barbeau in Minneapolis, MN. She graduated from Robbinsdale High School and attended the University of Minnesota and North Hennepin. She had long careers with U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo Bank. She married Galen Blomster on July 26, 1991. She is survived by her husband, Galen, stepsons Bob (Julie), Mark (Adriana) and David Blomster, brothers Bob Barbeau (Anne Lee) and Jim Barbeau, sister Cindy (Bob) Massey, sisters-in-law Pat Barbeau and Sharolyn Peterson and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Tom Barbeau and sister Mary Barbeau. Linda loved golf, bowling, sports, her furry friends Sam, Duke and Jake, and Christmas. After her mother died much too young, she hosted Christmas for her family for 37 years. Snow villages, Radko ornaments and other decorations were always a tradition at the holidays, as was a standing rib roast for all to enjoy. Linda got an early start as a manager at her first job with a large crew and no experience, but quickly developed a feisty, "get-it-done-right" approach. She learned to hire people with more education than her. Linda was a very good and generous person who sincerely cared about people and always wanted to help if she could. May her memory be a blessing and a beacon. A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, May 4 from 6:00-9:00pm at the Brookview Community Center, 316 Brookview Parkway S., Golden Valley, MN 55426. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to donor's choice.

Published on April 22, 2018
St. Paul, MN
Baron Nancy A., age 52, of Mpls, died 2/19 of complications of cancer. Preceded in death by mother, Donna Joy Baron & father, Donald F. Baron, both of Robbinsdale. Survived by brother, John Baron (Paula J.); sister, Paula M. Baron; special aunt and uncle, Janice & Lyle Nelson; many other relatives & friends. "Believe on the Lord, Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved.'' Memorial service Thursday, March 7, 7 PM, at Washburn-McReavy Northeast Chapel, 29th & Johnson St. NE. Visitation 2 hours prior to service. Memorials may be directed to Animal Humane Society of Golden Valley or to North Memorial Medical Center Hospice, 4201 58th Ave. N., Brooklyn Center, 55429. Washburn-McReavy 612-781-6828

Published in Star Tribune on March 3, 2002
Minneapolis, MN
I have enjoyed working with the reunion committee and making new connections 40 years later! So many stories I have to tell about those 40 years, but I'll save those reminiscences for when I am old. Today I enjoyed my day as a middle school English teacher, at Field School, 14 blocks from my south Minneapolis home. At home, I look forward to be greeted by my son Max's dog Tony, a visit from my grandson, 4 year old Evan, and cooking a meal for any of my drop in family and friends. I am tired from my weekend at the Renaissance Festival, at my booth, M'Lord & Tailor. I have one weekend left and only 2 dresses left to sell! I like my neighborhood, my job, and enjoy my art. I look forward to meeting classmates again and seeing where these 40 years have taken you!
Washougal, WA
View profile »Karla Bergstrom (Battig)
Dassel, MN
Minneapolis, MN
Minneapolis, MN
Note: Photo is from RHS Robin 1966
Beahen, Michael T. Age 69 of Crystal passed away suddenly on May 3, 2018. Preceded in death by wife, Janet; and parents, Jerome and Shirley. Survived by sister, Kristi (Bill) Moebeck; brother, Steve (Marcia); nieces and nephews, Michael, Amanda (Phil), Matthew (Jennie), Greg, Nick, and Beth; and many great nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial service Saturday (5/19), 2 PM with visitation starting at 1 PM at Gearty-Delmore Robbinsdale Chapel, 3888 W. Broadway. gearty-delmore.com 763-537-4511

Published on May 13, 2018
Lakeville,, MN
Crystal, MN
View profile »Shirley Doepke (Bell)
Fair Oaks Ranch, TX
View profile »Barb Burchill (Bennett)
Winona, MN
I'm loving retirement, which enables me to visit family and friends whenever I feel like it. It's also enabled me to do LOTS of motorcycling with my sweetie, Dan. I will always miss Tim something terrible, but life is still good. Very different than it was while Tim was still alive, but still very good.
Daughter Sarah and her husband and The Two Adorables live in Madison, Wisconsin; son Jesse is in Portland, Oregon.
It's been great to reconnect with so many of you, even if only through email. I'm looking forward to our 45th Reunion - hope to see lots of you there.
Just checked this profile, and I need to update only two things: Insert "or tooling around with the top down on my Miata" before "motorcycling," and change "45th Reunion" to "50th Reunion." Life goes on; life is good. Hope you all can say the same.
Plymouth, MN
Single, 2 cats
Bonita Springs, FL
Retired from GE. Living in Bonita Springs, FL and Brainerd, MN
Enjoying life with my significant other Mike Tank, our four children and 10 grandchildren.
I can't attend 50th reunion because we where hit by hurricane Irma
I wish all the best to my fellow Robins
Elk River, MN
After working on the committee for a second time , I thought it would be much easier , but I find that there are still many challenges. People change , their thoughts change and in general ,it is like starting over.We have had our high and low spots ,but all-in-all I think we have put together a B-party as good or better then the reunion. You all should come, because we are not getting any younger. As for me , I seem to be getting younger , so I will be working for at least another 20 to 30 years.My two children [Lee and Miki ]have moved out and I thought that would be good, but I find myself traveling around to see their shows. Lee is back in local theater and Miki is a dancer/actress everywhere. FUN. See you all at the Birthday Party.
View profile »Karin Gustafson (Berglund)
Saint Michael, MN
Retired, doing some traveling, enjoying long summers "at the lake", proudly grand-mothering our grandsons, Jamie and Lucas, and Dan's granddaughter, Winrey, and staying involved in planning our reunions as they roll around.

I have two beautiful daughters, a great son-in-law and daughter-in-law and two unbelievable grandsons, happily remarried to dear friend and classmate, Dan Gustafson, January 2011, who added granddaughter Winrey to the mix..
View profile »Kristine Bergstrom (Berglund)
Emily, MN
John and I are having a great life! We've raised two wonderful daughters and have the fortune to have two great sons-by-choice, and five of the most loving granddaughters. We had successful careers and have happy families. We've shared the usual amount of joys and challenges and are now joining the leisure life of retired baby-boomers with lots of time and just enough money.
This reunion has certainly been a learning experience~~we have seen that we are all so different (old?) and still the same (old.) It's been great to see old friendships get new life, and to remember how good some of the old days were. Being involved with the reunion and seeing so many classmates has confirmed my belief that "some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty; they merely move it from their faces to their hearts."
Emily, MN
For Kris and I, the adventure continues. Recently, we sold our home in Maple Grove, and officially moved up north to our cabin on Lake Mary in Emily MN. We have two married daughters and 5 granddaughters (aka The Princesses) who all enjoy spending time "at the lake" with Grandma and Grandpa. My time is now spent fishing, water skiing, snowmobiling, ATVing, motorcycling and doing things my wife wants (Kris made me add this last one!).
This was all made possible because I retired in May 2007. After working for 23 years at Control Data Corporation in a number of engineering, program management, and executive management positions, and for the last 13 years at Datacard Corporation, where I managed their global hardware and software engineering teams, I decided it was time to enjoy life!
Kettle River, MN
New York, NY
Forty years have found me amazed at the experiences life has offered. RHS, the U of M, and Minneapolis gave me a home base before I moved to New York 25 years ago. I've had the good fortune to work for talented jewelry designers, and now I manage a fine art gallery. The city offers a constant stream of challenges, and European vacations have continued my education and passion for beauty. Good wishes to all!

Golden Valley, MN
Retired, as is my wife. Have a sweet dog, Rosie, Boe a cat and chickens. Kids have all moved to various parts of Minnesota and Texas. They are all busy with work (remember that feeling), and family life.
View profile »Joan Asplund (Bierbaum)
Asplund, Joan age 57, died very peacefully in her sleep on December, 9, 2006. She was a truly amazing, courageous, inspiring, and beautiful woman. Joan brought love, laughter, fun and extraordinary cooking to everyone around her. She was the greatest mother, Nana, and friend, and will forever be remembered for her incredible strength and generosity. She will be deeply missed by children, Sherry, Brent, Danielle; & great friend, Anne; grandchildren, Juliahna & Alexis; mother, Mary; brothers, Mike & Paul; sisters-in-law, Bonnie and Pat; and her godmother, Micky; many additional relatives, and countless friends. We love you mom! Funeral Monday 12 Noon at Lakewood Chapel, 3600 Hennepin Ave S. Visitation TODAY 2-4 PM at Gearty Delmore Robbinsdale Chapel 3888 W. Broadway. Gearty-Delmore 763-537-4511

Published in Star Tribune on December 10, 2006
Golden Valley, MN
Deceased 1999
View profile »Donna Schweim (Birch)
Minneapolis, MN
View profile »Bonnie Swiridow (Bird)
Finlayson, MN
My husband and I have spent our lives teaching (mine in elementary, Mike's in flight instruction.) We moved to Texas in 1986. I taught at Bradford while Mike flew for U.S. Customs. Our two boys grew up and graduated from San Angelo. Matt graduated from San Angelo State University and Kersten graduated from Brown. We all missed the fall colors and snow. The boys moved back to Minnesota before we did. After 25 years of government service, Mike retired and we moved back to Finlayson. We built a home. I substitute and Mike flight instructs in the Hinckley area.

Married to Mike; 2 sons
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