When they talk about local sports, they applaud local heroes like Earl Bowman, Doug Demmings, Coach Robinson and Russell Gary.
Obituaries and memorials:
Remembering the lives of community members in the Twin Cities area. Send inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Native Minnesotan Pam Davis Carr recently lost her battle with cancer. Carr was the daughter of Syl Davis, founder of The Way Community Center, and Rose Davis Harris, a popular 1970s keypunch instructor at Twin Cities Opportunities Industrialization Center (TCOIC), currently known as Summit OIC.
In 1991 he sought to further his business scope and moved the business to Lake Street in South Minneapolis under the name Michael’s Hip Hop Shop, where he was the only shop that sold hip hop apparel.
Gloria Winans was known as “Glory” to friends and family. The nickname was given to her when she was 12, and it stayed with her until she passed away on Nov. 17, 2018.
February 10, 1932 — January 25, 2019 Dr. Ida-Lorraine Jules Wilderson peacefully passed away on Friday, January 25, 2019 in her Minneapolis, Minnesota home. Born February 10, 1932 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Ida-Lorraine was 86 years old. She was predeceased by her parents, Emily and Henry E. Jules, Sr., and her five siblings: Adrienne Jules […]
Jo Pearl Rucker was born in Clarksville, Texas on January 13, 1924. She passed away on January 20, 2019, at the age of 95.
March 10, 1931 – December 12, 2018 The Honorable Judge William (Bill) Scott Posten, age 87, of Minneapolis, passed away on Tues., Dec. 12, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. Bill was born on March 10, 1931, to Ike and Aquila (Clark) Posten, in East Moline, Ill. Bill is survived by Polly, his loving wife […]
Connie Denita Marie Hatchett Demmings May 2, 1952 — November 29, 2018 “To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.”— 2 Corinthians 5:8 Connie Denita Marie Hatchett Demmings returned to God, her Creator, on Nov. 29, 2018. Connie has now taken the same journey as her loved ones before her. […]
Regina was preceded in death by her mother and father and brother Edward Ronald Ballard Freeman.
Lillian retired from the Main Minneapolis Public Library. After staying at home for a few years, she went back to work and was employed as a receptionist for WCCO Television.