Jacqueline Faye Tingelstad

OBITUARY - Jacqueline Faye Tingelstad

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Jacqueline Faye Tingelstad, age 65 of rural Big Lake, passed away at her home on Saturday August 30, 2014.  She was diagnosed with breast cancer and given two years to live, and survived 13 years.  Visitation will be Saturday September 6, 2014 from 1 PM to 3 PM at Peterson-Grimsmo Chapel, 250 East Broadway, Monticello.  The funeral service will follow at 3 PM.  Private interment will be at Riverside Cemetery.  Funeral arrangement are with the Peterson-Grimsmo Chapel of Monticello.

Faye was born on April 2, 1949 in Elk Horn, Wisconsin to Myron and Arlene (Schmuck) Greene.  She was married to LeRoy Tingelstad in 1983.  She owned and operated Faye’s Alterations, her home based seamstress business, for several years.  She enjoyed gardening and her flowers.

Faye is survived by her husband, LeRoy;  daughters Brenda (Brian) Morgan, Nikki Yanke;  four grandchildren Brooke and Brandon Bird, McKensie Moshier, and Samuel Yanke;  great grandaughter Ava;  brother 
Terry (Kathy) Greene;  and three sisters Gail (Tom) Perona, Marion Eaten, Sandra Erdmen.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Myron and Arlene Greene;  brother Mike Greene;  sister Sheila Anderson;  and her father-in-law and mother-in-law Norman and Lorraine Tingelstad.  

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OFFICER JOSH PESTA is the newest member of Big Lake’s police department. He hails from Long Prairie and started on the job last week. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

TOM GEROLD of Alive! Lutheran Church of Monticello met with the Big Lake Twp. Board Wednesday to outline plans for moving their church to a Co. Rd. 11 site, just west of the former River Inn. Looking over the plans were Supervisors Bruce Aubol, Norm Leslie, Larry Alfords and Steve Pfleghaar. (Photo by Gary W. Meyer)

DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Gordy Vosberg is excited about the expanding role of paramedics in keeping people at home in the community through the Healthy At Home follow-up care program and offering the best emergency services to those in need. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Construction of the Oak Savannah Learning Center started March 25, 2015. The new learning center is located up the hill from the Old School House site, south of Co. Rd. 9. (Submitted Photo)

WH served 2,295 meals at its 78th Annual Meeting.