Herbert Henry Scherbinske, 90, died with his children at his side on the 15th of April 2010 at the Knife River Care Center, Beulah. Trained as an accountant-- always a lover of numbers--it is fitting that Herb filed his final return on tax day. Services will be held at 10:00 AM MDT, Monday, April 19, 2010, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Beulah, with Fr. Johnson Kuriappilly officiating. Burial will follow at the church cemetery. Visitation will be from 4:00 to 7:00 PM, Sunday, at St.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Daryl F. Gates, the blunt former Los Angeles police chief who waged war on violent gangs and skirmished with city leaders until his handling of the Rodney King police beating and ensuing riots forced him to retire, died Friday of cancer. He was 83. Gates died at his Dana Point home with his family at his side, according to a police statement. His brother said recently the former chief had bladder cancer that had spread. rrr NASHVILLE (AP) -- Civil rights leader Benjamin L.
Erwin Bitz, 84, Bismarck, April 13. Erma Brevik, 91, Edinburg, April 14. Joan Call, 83, Grand Forks, April 13. Stephen Cochrane, 53, Bismarck, April 10. Delmar Coyle, 74, Walhalla, April 14. Otto Gienger, 74, Center, formerly Bismarck, April 3. Anna Horsley, 87, Neche, April 13. Duane Kurchenberg, 67, Dodge, April 13. Harvey Nelson, 85, Menahga, Minn., formerly Driscoll, April 11. Angel Provost, 35, Bismarck, April 9. Kate Sherritt, 30, Casselton, April 12. Kathleen "Kate" Thorstenson, 98, Northwood, April 12. Wankicum Uses Arrow, infant, Cannon Ball, April 11. Albert Winkler, 79,
Herbert Scherbinske, 90, Beulah, N.D., formerly of Dickey, N.D., died Thursday, April 15, 2010, at Knife River Care Center, Beulah. Services: 10 a.m. MDT Monday, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Beulah, with the Rev. Johnson Kuriappilly officiating. Prayer service: 7 p.m. Sunday at the church. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the church. Arrangements by Barbot-Seibel Funeral Home, Beulah. Burial: St. Joseph Catholic Church Cemetery, Beulah.
NASHVILLE (AP) -- Civil rights leader Benjamin L. Hooks, who shrugged off courtroom slurs as a young lawyer before earning a pioneering judgeship and later reviving a flagging NAACP, died Thursday in Memphis. He was 85. Across the country, political leaders and Hooks' peers in the civil rights movement remembered his remarkably wide-ranging accomplishments and said he'd want the fight for social justice to continue. State Rep.
Jimmie Erickson, 73, Fargo, April 14. Glenn Heaton, 90, Fargo, April 14. Lundina Kuch, 91, Bismarck, April 12. Harvey Leingang, 49, Mandan, April 9. Maxine Mueller, 94, McVille, April 12. Bonnie Olson, 71, East Grand Forks, April 11. Paul Siewert, 67, Buxton, April 11. Kathleen Thorstenson, 98, Northwood, April 12. Gwendolyn Warnke, 84, Emerado, April 12.
Richard John Bush, 86, Fargo, N.D., died Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at MeritCare Hospital, Fargo. Mr. Bush was born Sept. 24, 1923, in New Rockford, N.D., the son of Herman and Emma (O'Connor) Bush. He grew up on the family farm and attended country school at Munster Township School, rural New Rockford, and St. James Academy, New Rockford. He enlisted in the U.S. Army National Guard on April 15, 1940. He served in the 164th Infantry, Company F, in the South Pacific and Guadalcanal during World War II. He was discharged on Sept. 6, 1945.
Wesley Lee, 83, Fergus Falls, Minn., died Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at Broen Memorial Home, Fergus Falls. Mr. Lee was born Sept. 18, 1926, in Pelican Rapids, Minn., the son of Conrad and Ruth (Nettestad) Lee. He grew up and attended school in Pelican Rapids. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and was stationed in Hawaii. Following military service, he returned to Pelican Rapids and was employed by Otter Tail Power Company as general foreman of the construction crew. He married Arlone Schmidt on April 13, 1952, in Pelican Rapids.
Audrey Anderson, 73, Moorhead, April 10. Palma Dockter, 93, Turtle Lake, April 9. Larry Due, 64, Hebron, April 5. John Ennis, 69, Mandan, April 10. Terrance "Ted" Kennedy, 89, Fargo, April 10. Clemens Fettig, 77, Killdeer, April 11. Clement Himmelspach, 75, Mandan, April 10. Myrna Johnson, 95, Bismarck, formerly Wilton, April 11. Robert "Mac" McKibben, 86, Valley City, April 10. James Murphy, 55, Grand Forks, April 10. William Schmidt, 58, Mandan, April 10.
Olga G. Kapp passed away unexpectedly at her home in Rapid City on Wed., April 7, 2010. She was born Olga Geneva Olson to Ole and Gina (Arneson) Olson in Stutsman County, North Dakota, on May 27, 1932. She attended school in Medina, graduating from high school in 1951. She worked as a telephone operator in Medina. She married David Kapp on July 12, 1952, and they moved to Bismarck, North Dakota. She continued working as an operator until the birth of their first daughter, Karen Ann in 1954. They managed a farm for part of the time they were still in North Dakota.