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Dean Arnold

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Arnold, A. Dean Age 90 of Bloomington. Born June 3, 1930 died August 11, 2020.
A confident and quiet man who left a lasting legacy for all his family and friends to admire and remember. His faith in Christ was his measure of strength, a man not of the world but who’s focus was set on the beauty of the Resurrection.
Born and raised in Canal Winchester Ohio. Graduated from Canal Winchester High School and soon after graduation he would meet a talkative sparky Italian woman who would complement his quiet nature. She caught his eye and attention and she would soon become his wife of 70 years, Delores Lombardi. They soon started a family and would move to Minneapolis which would become their new home. Dean worked very successfully for insurance companies as a safety inspector for many years and would enjoy retirement by taking on woodworking, home projects, reading and spending time with his family and grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Delores; children, Dean, Cheryl (Arnold) Rue (Wade), and Mark (Kelley); grandchildren, Laura Montiel (Lorenzo), Dean R. (Courtney), Melody and Nolan Arnold; Kymberli (Rue) Kuehn (Dan), Jennifer, Deanna, and Angela Aldrich (Joshua); Elizabeth Morris (Joe), Hilary, and Olivia; great- grandchildren, Tristan, Ava, Adelyn; Samantha (Luke), Sophia, Caleb, Michael, Gabriel, Jayden; Nicholas and Teddy. Preceded in death by grandson, Jeffery Arnold Rue.

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Judy Johnson

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M. Judith (Hauper) Johnson (82) passed away on Saturday July 18th in Woodbury, MN.

Judy was born in Racine, WI on July 2nd, 1938.

She was the second of six children of Peter and Jean Hauper. She graduated from St. Catherine’s High School and went on to college. She joined Northwest Airlines, working in reservations until she turned 21. She then became a flight attendant for Northwest Airlines traveling the world. Judy had four children. She had an impeccable home and an amazing rose garden. Judy was a fabulous seamstress and a fantastic cook. She was active in the community and traveled the world extensively, volunteering to bring orphans back from India, South Korea, and China to families in the U.S. Judy was a devoted mother, grandmother, a loving sister, aunt, and friend. She was an avid Green Bay Packer’s fan. Judy’s favorite holiday was St. Patrick’s Day and she was very proud of her Irish heritage. Judy devoted her life to her family and her many friends. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

She is survived by her five siblings: Joanne (Nic) Loch of Yelm, WA, Nancy (Tom) Whitley of Union Grove, WI, Katie (Lawrence) Galinski of Fontana, WI, Connie (Nils) Johansson of Marana, AZ, and John (Sherri) Hauper of Kenosha, WI. She is also survived by three children: Michael (Julie) Johnson of Naples, FL, Elizabeth (Bill) Baxter of Bellevue, WA, and Kristin (Bo) Johnson of Concord, MA, and nine grandchildren: Danny, Hannah, Annika and Ian Johnson, Matthew, Nicklas and Lukas Johnson, and Danielle and Dylan Baxter.

Judy was preceded in death by her parents, Peter and Jean Hauper, and her son, USAF Captain Daniel R. Johnson.