In an effort to support survivors in cases where abusive partners have access to firearms, the National Domestic Violence Hotline has developed a tip sheet with frequently asked questions to help survivors navigate their unique situations.To view and download this tip sheet, click the button below.Survivors include seven children, Carolyn (Jerry) Nelson of Crookston, MN, Leslie (Mavis) Finseth of Mc Intosh, Sidney (Lynae) Finseth of Trail, MN, Marlys (Barry) Brovold of St.Paul, MN, Rudy (Kathy) Finseth of Mc Intosh, Gladys (Keith) Bakken of Crookston, MN, and Tim (Ruth) Finseth of Warren, MN; 17 grandchildren, Steven Nelson, Karen (Shawn) Hyde, Pamela (Brett) Rossell, Annette (Mark) Sannes, Larry (Melissa) Finseth, Jennifer (Ron) Olson-Burkman, Travis (Janelle) Finseth, Shawn (Don) Hagen, Jeremey (Danielle) Finseth, Jarrod (Shelley) Finseth, Samuel (Amber) Finseth, Cindy (Jon) Lecy, Matthew (Rachell) Finseth, Katie (Matt) Norby, Amanda Bakken (fianc, Jasiu), Cameron Finseth, and Sarah Finseth; 23 great grandchildren, Jennifer (Bob) Manias, Andrew Nelson, Brock Rossell, Cassey Hyde, Kelsey (Peter) Lofgren, Austin Sannes, Caitlin Sannes, Brady Finseth, Gretchen Finseth, Jordan Finseth, Brianna Finseth, Brittney Finseth, Katherine Finseth, Joshua Finseth, Zackary Olson-Burkman, Trinity Olson-Burkman, Isabella Soler, Ethan Finseth, Ella Finseth, Preston Lecy, Courtney Lecy, Trevor Lecy, and Cecil Finseth; four great great grandchildren, Mckenzie Lofgren, Megan Lofgren, Mason Lofgren, and Kamron Agnes. Visitation will be held for one hour prior to the service on Wednesday at the church.Anola Joy Syverson was born on October 6, 1927 at home in Hill River Township, Minnesota to parents Rudolph and Clara Martinson Syverson.
She was a wonderful quilter and enjoyed gardening and being outdoors.She was a wonderful cook, providing meals for her family and for the guys in the field.Anola also worked at the Fosston Hospital, Oklee Manufacturing, and 25 years for Polk County Nursing.Also surviving are two brothers, Gordon Syverson of Fosston, MN, and Norris Syverson of Mc Intosh; two sisters, Mary Loing of Reynolds, ND, and Faith Hanson of Mc Intosh; brother-in-law, Darrel Finseth of Mc Intosh; two sisters-in-law, Eleanor Syverson of Barnum, MN and Mavis Syverson of Mc Intosh. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lourie on June 7, 1999; her parents; siblings, Alvira, Clara, Ardith, Francis, Alan, Edwin, Rupert; and infants, Elaine, Walter, and Doris; and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Archie, Richard, Bruce, Roy, Clarence & Lillian, Hilda & Lloyd, and Elvie & Gerald. For the next 25 years, she devoted her time to be a wife, mother, and caregiver.
**** La Verne Sevigny, age 80, of Crookston, MN passed away on December 22, 2017 at Villa St. La Verne was born on October 30, 1937 to Harvey and Lorena (Delorme) Trudeau in Hibbing, MN. After graduating, La Verne worked in the surgical department at St. At a New Years Eve dance, she met Wilmer Sevigny and they wed 8 months later on Oct. In 1984, she became a CNA at Pioneer Memorial Care Center in Erskine, MN and worked until retirement in 2002. La Verne developed many friendships while belonging to the Holly Hock Homemakers, as well as the Red Hat Society.
Anola and Lourie were truly partners in the farming operation.