22 Sep 2008, 12:00am
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Dale Aanenson

Aanenson, Dale Phillip 63, died Monday, September 22, 2008 from a bicycle crash near his home in Blaine, MN.

He was born the 3rd son of Russell and Florence Aanenson, April 9, 1945 in Luverne Community Hospital, Luverne, MN. Dale was baptized and confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in Luverne, MN. Dale grew up on the farm in Magnolia, MN before moving to Minneapolis, MN in 1965.

Dale married Marvie Lynne House on June 7, 1969 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Mound, MN. Dale and Marvie resided in Fridley, MN and attended St. Phillips Lutheran Church in Fridley, MN. Dale worked at Onans/Cummins. He retired June 30, 2007 after 38 years of service.

After retirement, Dale and Marvie moved to Cloverleaf Courts in Blaine, MN. Dale enjoyed spending time with family and friends, riding his bike, watching old movies and listening to music.

He will be missed by his wife, Marvie; brothers, Keith (Audrey) of Luverne, MN, Lee (Caryl) of Oakdale, MN, Alan (Jan) of Dent, MN and Gene (Deb) of Luverne, MN; as well as many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, family and friends. Preceded in death by parents, Russell and Florence Aanenson; and brother, Terry.

Memorials for Mr. Aanenson can be donated to Arc of Minnesota or St. Philip’s Lutheran Church in Fridley.

Dale was my brother-in-law. I would like to know about what time you would be at the site where he was killed. Also, where is Gold Medal Park? Any information would be greatly apprecicated.

Helen,

I sent you an email, but I will post short answers here for others as well.

Gold Medal Park is in downtown Minneapolis, by the Guthrie Theatre. 2nd Street and 11th ave.

We should be getting up to Blaine to place Dale’s memorial sometime in the early evening. I think that we will be leaving at about 3:45 to 4pm, it should take around two hours to get up there, though that might be longer depending on the size of the group.

3 Oct 2008, 10:10am
by Lee Aanenson


Dale had such a love for riding his bike. It was his means of transportation and he took such pride in his bike. Over the years he had ridden several thousand miles locally according to the odometers. He was a safety conscious person and always wore his helmet. He departed this earth for his heavenly home riding his bike.
Lee,
Dale’s brother

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