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Kain, Janis L     8-10-1970 > car accident in Greece
 Funeral services for Janis Lynn Kain were held Saturday, August 15, 1970 at 1:00 a.m.
from the Congregational Church in Alexandria.  The Rev. James A. Winters officiated.  
Special music was by Miss Carol Engstrom, soloist, and Mrs. Clayton Amundson, organist.
  Honorary bearers were Paul Bergien, George Buscher, Howard Comstock, Douglas
Dougherty, Jay Downer, Alan Graves and Lee Hewett.
  Active bearers were Earl Drussell, Leslie Engstrom, Nels Nelson, Norman Nelson, Joe
Sanderson and Dr. L.F. Wasson.
  Interment was made in the Sunset Memorial Park.
  Janis Kain was born at Alexandria, MN  on December 28, 1948, the daughter of John
and Eileen Kain.  She had graduated from the Alexandria High School in 1967 and would
have been a senior at the University of Minnesota this fall.
  Janis passed away Monday, August 20, at the age of 21 years, 7 months and 12 days.  
She died at Nicosia, Cyprus, the result of an auto accident.
  Surviving are her father, John;  stepmother, Eleanore;  brother, James;  sister,
Deborah Ann  all of Alexandria;  her maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ray Adams of St
Paul and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Ethel B Kain of St Paul, Minn.
  Her mother, Eileen preceeded her in death in 1962.

Kain, K (female)
  allegedly, last seen @ 8th grade

Kakac, Bruce L

Kalina, Diane M  [ Trousil ]  11-2001
 320 283 5746     6409 Co Rd 89  SW      Alex 56308
  
Spouse: Donovan
  
Kids: LeeAnn, Corey .. 2 granddaughters
  
Work? Hairdresser;  farm wife (milk cows)  & caretaker of a granddaughter
  
GOALS?  *Go to Australia before I am not able to get there  *take a vacation to a
Colorado/Wyoming log lodge / river  
*buy a really big item and be able to pay cash for it.  
*Meet Country Western singers Brooks & Dunn, AGAIN  and Fabian.

Kalina, Jane M  [ Lea ] 3-2007
 30521 150th  Street     Lowry MN 56349
  E-mail:  bobjane@runestone.net
  Widow: Husband, Robert, died of cancer in  April 2003
  Kids:  3 kids, 2 grandsons, 1 stepgranddaughter and one grandbaby due in 8/2007
  Work?  This year marked my 28th year of employment at the Lowry State Bank.  I had
worked in the operations end of the bank for 25 years, and for the last 3 years I am
working in the lending department.  I was recently given the title of, Executive
Secretary.  I took a secretarial course at Alex Tech back in 1967-68, never thoufht it
would take 39 years to finally be working in that capacity.
  Goals?  *Take my kids and grandkids to Hawaii *Retire and be able to travel abroad
*Find the kind of happiness I had with Bob



Kallstrom, Susan M  [ DeBortoli ]

Kee, Kathy L  [ Koppy ]

Keller, Joe J

Kiehne, Richard L

Klein, Jon W  pneumonia/pulmonary complications
  Jon William Klein passed away Jan 10th, 2014 at St Cloud Centra Care Hospital after a
short but courageous battle with pneumonia and pulmonary complications.  Jon was born
November 22, 1948 to Donald and AdaBelle (Halstead) Klein in Alexandria, the second of
six children.  In junior high and high school, he excelled at wrestling and was an All-State
Wrestler.  After graduating from Jefferson Senior High in 1967, Jon enlisted in the
military and served as a Marine Corporal in Vietnam.  Jon married Susan Skrove in 1074.  
They enjoyed the home they built south of Lake Ida with quick access to fishing and
hunting.  In 1981 their daughter, Jessica, was born.  Jon taught her to hunt, fish and fix
just about anything.  Jon worked a variety of trucking jobs and in 1979 he joined Holiday
Gas Companies where he drove gas transport for 21 years.  In June of 2000, after a car
accident left him paraplegic, he continued to dispatch and mage the trucks for Holiday
from his home in Miltona.  He and Sue divorced in 2004, but have remained close
friends.  Jon never let his disability get the best of him or hinder his spirit.  He found
ways to continue hunting, fishing, riding ATV, driving his own vehicle and living
independently until the very end of his life with minimal help.  Jon enjoyed many trips to
Canada and Red Lake fishing and hunting with his friends and brother Dan, all of whom
helped him to find more inventive ways for him to get himself into "trouble" while
continuing to live life to the fullest.  Jon was known for his sense of humor, having an
opinion about everything, his uncanny ability to take 30 minutes to tell a 5 minute story
and making sure that he took good care of his family and friends.  Jon was an active
member of the Alexandria V.F.W., Legion, N.R.A., MN Deer Hunters Association, and
Quality Deer Management Association.  Jon was preceded in death by his infant sister
Mary, father Don, sister Judy, and mother AdaBelle.  He is survived by his daughter
Jessica (Fiance' Bill Blanchard), ex-wife Sue Klein, Brother Jim and wife Rose of Maple
Grove, MN, sister Patti of Midland, MI, brother Dan of Crystal, MN and closed friends
he considered part of his family, Kelly and Carrie Borchert.  In lieu of flowers,
memorials are preferred to the Franciscan Sisters 116 8th Ave SE, Little Falls MN.  
Visitation / Prayer service were held on Wednesday Jan 15  at the Anderson Funeral
Home in Alexandria MN.
 


Kleven, Janet (Jacke)  [ Kolle ]  breast cancer
  Janet Lynn (Jacki) Kolle was born on 5-11-1949, in Alexandria MN, the daughter of
Ernest and Hazel (Larson) Kleven.  She was baptized as an infant and confirmed her faith
at Calvary Lutheran Church of Alexandria.  Following graduation from Alexandria High
School in 1967, Jacki attended Alexandria Tech School for a year.  She then moved to
Minneapolis and was employed at Northwestern Bank.  She returned to Alex and was
married to Wayne Kolle on 10-10-70.  The couple continued to make their home in Alex.  
Jacki was employed at Lincoln School and also worked at Wal-Mart.  For the past five
years, she has courageously fought breast cancer which eventually claimed her life.  
Jacki died on 3-2-1995 at her home on Ash Street with her family present.  She was 45
years of age.  Throughout her life, she had many interests including travel and fishing.  
She especially enjoyed family activities and buying gifts for her children.
  Jacki was preceded in death by her grandparents.  Survivors include her children:
daughter, Michelle and husband Byron Driemeyer of Alex;  son, Ernie Kolle of Alex;  
parents, Ernest and Hazel Kleven of Alex;  sister, Judy and husband David Cooley of
Glenwood;  niece, Christi and husband Mike Pauluk; two nephews: Matthew and Marshal
Cooley; great neice, Julia Pauluk and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
  Funeral services for Jacki were held on 3-6-1995 from Calvary Lutheran Church of
Alexandria with Rev Keith Forrester officiating.  Becky Worley served as organist and
Harland Angen was the soloist.
  Interment was in the Fron Lutheran Cemetery in Starbuck with Arvid Larson, Daryle
Larson, Leroy Larson, Harold Larson, Maynard Vinge and Jr. Larson serving as pallbearers.
  Honorary pallbearers were Chantel Hay, Kathy Guentenson, Louise Losos, Connie
Henderson, Carol Olson, Cindy Bodeker, Jill Nelson, Gayle Falk and Ron Carlson.
  Arrangements were with the Anderson Funeral Home

Kloehn, David W

Kloehn, Rosemary  [ Diedrich ]  9/2001
 320 834 2869     6218 Co Rd 12 NW     Garfield MN 56332
  
E-mail: diedrich@gctel.com
  Married to Daniel Diedrich
  4
children, 3 grandchildren
  
Employed at Arrowwood/Radisson in the Engineering Dept
  
Goals:  *Clean the attic  *Read the stuff I've been setting aside to read someday when
I have more time  
*Travel Minnesota & the upper midwest

Kloehn, Vivian M  [ Lundebrek ]

Kluver, Gerald R  ( Gary )

Kluver, Marlow

Kluver, Mike
  320 763 7224     1135 East Lk Brophy Road NW  Alex
  
Email: on file
  Married fo 21 yeaars to Lynette
  
KIDZ: Cassy(26)  Jessica(24)  Katie(16)  Mitch(11)  Grandson:  Ryan(1)
  
Work: Special Ed Para-professional for Alexandria Schools (Discovery Middle School)
  
GOALS:  *Bench press my own weight  *Get a hole-in-one  *Beat Steve Colby three
games in a row in HORSE

Kochie, Peg  [ Zweisel ]
 FOUND!

Koeplin, C (male)
  last pictured @ 10th grade year book

Kolkind, Ellen  [ Bollig ]  02.03.1984  murdered
 Ellen Bollig died suddenly at her home in Ogilvie, MN, Feb 3, 1984 at the age of 34
years.
She was born at Alexandria, MN on June 18, 1949 to Alvin and Eleanor (Halvorson)
Kolkind.  She moved with her parents to Circle Pines, MN where she was united in
marriage to DeWayne Richard Bollig in 1969.
 She was very talented in the field of art, which she had studied and enjoyed.  She was
currently a pharmacist technician at Cambridge State Hospital, where she had been
employed for several years.
 She was preced in death by one son, Brian, who died in infancy.
 She is survived by her husband and three sons, Richard, Jason and Matthew; her
parents of New Brighton, MN, one sister, Mrs David (Virginia) Ingeldew of Anoka MN;
two brothers, Andrew of Isanti MN and Gerald of Crystal MN;  two nieces, one nephew
and several aunts and uncles.
 Funeral services were held at Forest Lake MN  on Wednesday, Feb 8th, with Rev.
Robert Zasacki officiating.  Pall bearers were, Joe Hill, Daniel Cluff, Glen Hauslader,  
Gary Palmer,  Michael Hooperand John Kincade.  Interment at St Joseph Cemetery
 



Komes, Barbara  [ Williams ]
E-mail: bjwms@rea-alp.com

Korkowski, Donna M  [ Drexler ]      5-31-94     bipolar disorder / suicide
  Donna Marie Drexler, 45, of Eden Priairie, was born in Alexandria, MN on 05/01/1949.  
She died in Eden Pairie on 05/31/1994.  She is survived by daughters:  Amy and Mya;  
parents:  Walter and Wilma Korkowski;  brothers:  Gary, Doug, Peter & Michael
Korkowski;  sisters:  Barbara Sitterle and Mary Schoeler;  nieces, nephews, relatives
and friends.
  Mass of Christian burial was Friday, 6/03/1994 at Pax Christi Catholic Community
Church. Interment was in St Mary's Cemetery, Alexandria, MN.  Arrangements were
with the Werness Brothers Chapel in Bloomington, MN.

Kotula, Debbie
  last pictured @ 11th grade year book

Kracht, Ron    farm accident
  Funeral services for Ronald D. Kracht were held Wednesday, 10-14-1964, at 2 PM from
the Zion Lutheran Church.  Rev K.K. Hill officiated.  "Abide With Me", was sung by the
sophomore classmates.  Mrs. Ruth Boyd was the organist.
  Honorary bearers were Timothy Alcott, Dennis Chouanard, David Close, David Eastlund,
Dennis Eddy and Gregory Roers.  Active bearers were William Fletcher, Jr., Dale
Hartle, Richard Kracht, John Mix, Thomas Rice and Ricky Yunch.
  Interment was in the Nelson cemetery.
  Ronald D Kracht was born at Jamestown, ND, 11-12-1949, the son of Herbert and June
Kracht.  He lived in Courtenay, ND until 1951 when the family moved to Nelson.
  Ronald was baptized at Wimbeldon ND, confirmed at the Zion Lutheran church of
Alexandria and was attending the Alexandria high school at the time of his death
[ farming accident ]
  Ronald Kracht died sunday, 10-11-1964, at the age of 14 years, 10 months and 29 days.
  Surviving are his mother, Mrs. June Kracht of nelson;  his father, Herbert Kracht of
Las Vegas, NV;  2 brothers, Larry of Minneapolis; and Garry of nelson;  4 sisters: (Diane)
Mrs. Roger Ofstedahl of Fayetteville, NC; Patricia Ann, Cheri and Renee all of Nelson;  
his great maternal grandmother, Mrs. Edgar Pearson of Wimbledon ND; his maternal
grandfather, Mr. Peter C Leick of Wimbledon ND;  his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Emma
Kracht of Nelson;  one nephew and two nieces.

Kramer, David

Krey, Margaret M  [ Lempka ]

Krueger, Deb K  01.15.11
 320 260 5549     908 12th Ave S   St Cloud MN  56301
  Email: krueg67@hotmail.com
 Single
  Daughters: Melissa, 32  St Cloud;  Molly, 30  Minneapolis. Granddaughter: Jordyn, 9  St
Cloud
  Federal employee for 38 years.  The last 34 as a Mental Health Occupational
Therapist at St Cloud VA Medical Center.  Plan to work a few more years - still like what
I do and work with great people.
   GOALS?  *Read all the books I have acquired over the years. *Stay healthy and spend
quality time with family.  
*Maybe some travelling to Western ad Southwestern US,
Vancouver, Nova Scotia, Ireland, & Scotland.


Kuhnau, Kathy  [ Causley ]

Kvitek, Marian J  [ Kriese ]    06.21.2002
 320 393 2349     12331 19th Ave NW   Rice MN 56367
  
Working as an Early Childhood/Special Ed para in the Sauk Rapid-Rice School District
  
GOALS:  *have good health  *see my grandkids grow up  *never be alone  *be happy

Kvitek, Mike  07.31.07
 320 763 7560     2611 Reeds Villa Rd SW   Alex 56308
  
E-mail: mkvitek@rea-alp.com
 Spouse: Glenda
  
Kids: A daughter and son, both are married.  Our daughter, Heather, has two boys .... 4
and soon to be 2.  Our son and his wife have a grandpuppy.
  I'm
working at Runestone Electric, hopefully, for only 3 more years.
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   Janis Kain                    Diane Kalina                 Jane  Kalina             Susan Kallstrom           Kathy Kee                    Joseph Keller                 Richard Kiehne
  Jon Klein                 Janet Kleven                David Kloehn           Rosemary Kloehn         Vivian Kloehn             Gerald Kluver            Mike Kluver
Ellen Kolkind                   Barbara Komes            Donna Korkowski             Margaret Krey            Deborah Krueger         Marian Kvitek                 Mike Kvitek
Ellen Kolkind

KANABEC  COUNTY TIMES     Wednesday, Febuary 10, 1984
Local woman dead of multiple gunshot wounds.
An Ogilvie woman was found dead of multiple gunshot wounds, in
her home, around 5 p.m., Friday, Feb.3, according to Kanabec
County Shefiff's Department reports.
Ellen K Bollig, 34, was found shot in the head, neck and chest,
apparently shot be a shotgund fired at relatively close range,
according to Von Thompson, county sheriff.
Her husband, DeWayne R Bollig, 35, was in Kanabec County
Jail, awaiting arragnment at the edition's deadline MOnday.  He
has made statements about the incident to Anoka County and
Kanabec County Sheriff's Department authorities, reported
Raymond O'Bert, county investigator.
Ellen Bollig was killed around 3:15 p.m., investigators estimate.  
There was no definite signs of a struggle in the couple's mobile
home, located on Hungry Run, Thompson said.
The Bolligs' three children were not in the house when the
shooting occured, officials believe.  DeWayne Bollig is believe
to have been home all day, authorities said.
Bollig left Ogilvie sometime between 3:15-3:30 p.m., officials
estimate.  He and the children drove to Bollig's sister's house in
Anoka.  She called the Anoka County Sheriff's Department.
Anoka Count, in turn, called Kanabec County.  It was around this
time, 4:45 p.m., that the sheriff and deputies were dispatched
to the Bollig mobile home, reports said.
The case is currently under investigation


KANABEC  COUNTY TIMES    Wednesday, Febuary 17, 1984
Grand jury hears Bollig murder case
A grand jury was impanelled yesterday to hear the county's
case against DeWayne R. Bollig, for murder.
Bollig, 34, of Ogilvie, face charges in the shooting hearth of his
wife, Ellen, Feb. 3.  He was arragned on second-degree murder
charges last week, with bail set at $100,000.
The grand jury's decision was not yet decreed when the Times
went to press.
The purpose of a grand jury is to decide if there is enough
evidence to charge a suspect with murder, and to decide with
which degree of murder the suspect should be charged.  A grand
jury is the only body that can call for first degree murder
charges.
"The grand jury takes the evidence and decides if it should be
first degree," said Joe Loren, county attorney, answering a
query as to the dress of charges he would seek.
"in the case of a grand jury, mine is not an advocate role,' he
said.  "Ijust present the case to the jury, and they make the
decision."
Investigation of the incident began when the sheriff's
department found Ellen Bollig's body in the family's Ogilvie
mobile home, cut through by three close-range shotgun blasts to
the head, neck and chest.
DeWyne Bollig was under arrest in Anoka, having his sister call
aughtorities from her home there, when Ellen's body was found,
department reports said.  HEnce, the sheriff's department
investigaion is attempting to piece together "what happened and
the events leading up to it," said Von Thomspon, county sheriff.
"We're trying to develop as much background on them (the
Bolligs) as we can to try and determine what happened and why,"
Thompson explained.
"This investigation is a fact-finding mission that has involved
much work, both in the county and out, by this department and
the BCA (Bureau of Criminal Apprehension)."
Building this case has involved many long days and short nights.


KANABEC  COUNTY TIMES    Wednesday, Febuary 24, 1984
Bollig grand jury recesses, reconvenes in murder case
 The grand jury reconvened Tuesday in the hearing for murder
charges on Duane Bollig, Olgilvie,
 Hearings began last Turesday when the grand jury was
convened the first time.  No decision on charges, however, was
handed down last week and the grand jury was recessed until
this week.
 "We're waiting for another witness,"  Joe Loren, county
attorney was recess a week.
 Ultimately the jury will decide what charges and what degree
of charges Bollig will face.  A grand jury is the only judicial
body that can demand charges of first degree murder.
 Bollig, 35, faces charges for the shooting  death of this wife,
Ellen, Feb 3.

[  This is as far as I have gotten >  I will update after my next
trip to Minneaota Historical Center.
I did find an obituary for Richard R Bollig.  
DOD: 02.23.2012, listing Ellen and their infant son as
preceding him in death - and their three sons, as surviving him.]