- Robert Morris Balch, IV
- Vera G. (Haraburda) Bednarczyk
- Dean H. Bishir
- Stanley C. Borys
- William A. Buending
- Bernice Marie (nee Maile) Davich
- Allen Gisslen
- Edward Albert Glander
- Janice (nee Johansen) Hartkopf
- Betty Johansen Hauge
- Douglas W. Johnson
- Joseph Gorman Kasper
- Nelda Louise Leckner
- Teresa Mae Mackey
- John A. Maniak
- Sean Anthony Mulcahy
- Amanda R. Nyquist
- Ruth Marilyn (Sharp) O'Driscoll
- Beatrice Irene Olofson
- Gertude Marie 'Sis' (Faxvog) Olson
- Gordon Petersen
- Harold W. 'Smokey' Peterson
- Helen Sophie Podratz
- Delano Dan Ritchie
- Gerald R. Roskowiak
- Jane E. 'Rocky' Schuldt
- Joey 'Klopp' Stahlberg
- Rona Mae Sundboom
- James R. 'Jim' Taylor
- Doris L. Voltz
- Tim Ward
- Robert L. 'Bob' White
Jim Wiesner, a beloved baseball lifer who worked for the Twins since their arrival in 1961 as a clubhouse attendant and equipment manager for 37 years, died Sunday, a day after his 77th birthday.
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Al Farmes died Wednesday at 93, but the 'Save the Wetlands' program he helped create saved many prized habitats for posterity.
Americans turned out by the thousands Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy on the day he would have turned 100.
A retired New York City firefighter who spent months digging through debris after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, then became a key voice in fighting for health care for first responders while wracked with late-stage cancer himself, has died, the fire department said.
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Services are set in Kentucky this week for former U.S. Sen. and Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning.
Jim Bunning was an intimidating figure as a major league pitcher and was just as hard-nosed and uncompromising as a U.S. senator.