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Juliet A. Salmon, age 84 of Waseca died on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at the New Richland Care Center.

Born on October 9, 1933 in Waseca County, Minnesota, she was the daughter of Carl and Irene (Johnson) Paulson. She attended rural Waseca County schools before graduating from New Richland High School. Julie married Raymond Salmon on June 10, 1953 at the Le Sueur River Lutheran Church. She and her husband owned and operated the Sweet Shop Restaurant in New Richland for several years. In 1969 they moved to Florida where she worked as a loan officer for over 20 years. They moved back to Minnesota in 1991 where she worked for Budach Implement in New Richland for about ten years. Julie enjoyed reading, playing the piano, and crossword puzzles. She was a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church in Waseca.

She is survived by two children, Mark (Terri) Salmon of Cape Coral, FL and Tracy Hewett of Waseca; three grandchildren; and five great grandchildren. She is also survived by one sister, Iona (Tony) Arnfelt of Waseca; one brother, Bernard (Angie) Paulson of Mt. Vernon, IA; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; one sister, Caroline (Clarence) Prehn; and two grandchildren, J.T. Hewett and Jonathan Salmon.

A funeral service for Arlys Edwards will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at Trinity Lutheran Church, New Richland. The Reverend Paul Andree will officiate. Visitation will take place one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment will be in St. Olaf Cemetery.

Arlys passed away on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at the Homestead Hospice House in Owatonna. She was 91 years old.

Arlys M. Edwards was born on June 22, 1926 in McIntosh, MN to Jacob and Myra (Henschke) Johnson. After Arlys graduated from McIntosh High School in 1944. She began working for Pioneer Mutual until 1949.  From there, she moved to California where she began working for Dart Industries, where she was  the Executive Secretary. She worked for Dart until 1982, where she would then return to New Richland.

On November 19, 1956, Arlys was united in marriage to Harry E. Edwards. The couple would enjoy their time together in California until Harry’s death in 1973.

Arlys was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, and was very active in many different activities within the church. She was a member and past president of the Legion Auxiliary, where she served in that role for 12 years.  Arlys enjoyed listening and playing music, liked to golf, and enjoyed anytime where she could lend a hand and volunteer. Arlys enjoyed a good game of bridge with family and friends – and she always played to win!  There was always a full candy jar on Arlys’ table for any guests that may come over. Arlys did not have children, but she was liked to treat her nieces and nephews and their families like they were her own.

Funeral services for Beverly J. Moen will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at the Bonnerup Funeral Chapel, Albert Lea. The Reverend Shane Koepke will officiate. Visitation will take place one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Central Freeborn Cemetery, rural Albert Lea.

Beverly passed away at her home of natural causes on Saturday, November 11, 2017. She was 85 years old.

Beverly JoAnn (Wangen) Moen was born on July 9, 1932 in Riceland Township, MN to Charles and Irma (Johnson) Wangen. She would attend and later graduated from Albert Lea High School. On May 25, 1956, she was united in marriage to Cleon Moen at the East Freeborn Lutheran Church, rural Albert Lea. To this union, two children were born.

Beverly and her family lived in New Richland and Albert Lea, and Beverly has lived at Whispering Oaks Assisted Living in Ellendale for the past two years. She took care of her children and her home. Beverly was also the church organist at East Freeborn Lutheran Church for a number of years, and also was involved at Trinity Lutheran Church in New Richland where she would help wherever she could with the music program. Most recently, Beverly was a member at Grace Lutheran Church in Albert Lea.

When Beverly was younger, she liked to go ballroom dancing with a group of her friends. She enjoyed going to movies at the movie theater, and she very much enjoyed spending time around the lake, or at the pond at her home where she lived for a number of years. Above all, Beverly enjoyed time spent with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Beverly was a child at heart, and loved playing with her children and grandchildren. She can be described as a fun loving grandma with a good sense of humor and liked to have fun! She was a devoted mother and grandmother, and always cherished the times she spent with her family.

Richard Howard Maywald
January 7, 1932 – November 4, 2017

Richard was born in Baker, MT and raised on a farm in Hartland, MN. Dubbed “50’s Einstein” by his high school classmates, Richie attended Grinnell College and graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Geological Engineering. He moved to Grand Forks, ND to work for the ND Geological Survey. There he met and married Dorothy Nordstrom and was promptly drafted into the US Army. After serving for two years in Fort Polk, LA, Richie joined Texaco Oil and the two moved to Houston, TX where “Dick Maywald” began his long career as an Exploration Geophysicist.  Daughters Ruth and Julia were born.

Family life took a sharp turn towards international adventure, with assignments in Calgary, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Norway, Nigeria, and Trinidad, and brief stints in Portugal and London. Shortly after daughter Ruth was tragically killed in a car accident, Dick and Dorothy returned to Minnesota in 1993. There he became known as Richard and immersed himself in genealogy, politics, the YMCA, and Servas International, an organization dedicated to intercultural peace and understanding. Summers were spent at Turtle Lake. His calling card read “have suitcase, will travel” and through many trips, he pursued his deep interest in the world’s great religions and cultures. 

After Dorothy died in 2003, Richard moved to Bellevue, WA to be close to daughter Julia and her family. He joined the local YMCA and Unitarian Church with his friend Katherine, took classes through OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute at UW, participated in Great Decisions, dabbled in art, traveled with his friend Donna, and settled into his favorite role as Grandpa.  In 2011 he was diagnosed with Vascular Parkinson’s Disease and in 2017 with advanced prostate cancer. Although these afflictions robbed him of his physical abilities, they did not dampen his spirit and desire to live life fully.

Funeral services for Nancy TaBelle, age 80, of Hollandale, will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, November 13, 2017 at Bayview/Freeborn Funeral Home.  Rev. Kathleen Ulland-Klinkner will officiate. Interment will be at Clarks Grove Cemetery.  Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the funeral home on Monday. Online condolences are welcome at 

Nancy died Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at Fairview Care Center in Dodge Center, Minnesota.

Nancy Elizabeth Larson was born August 22, 1937 at her home near Hollandale, Minnesota, the daughter of Maurits and Annie (Dunn) Larson. Nancy grew up on the family farm. She went to country school through eighth grade and graduated from Albert Lea High School in 1955. She graduated from Sioux Falls Baptist College and taught school for several years.  Nancy married Donald TaBelle and later divorced. Nancy worked at the Blooming Prairie Creamery for several years. She then moved to Rochester and worked for a trucking company. She had many good friends in Rochester.