"Found, Forgiven, Forever!" is the story of retired businesswoman Clarice Erickson's unique life journey. (Submitted photo)
North St. Paul history museum to host talk, book signing by 'Antie Clare' Erickson
Clarice Erickson, who for years was the proprietor of Antie Clare's Doll Hospital, Shop & Museum in downtown North St. Paul, will give a talk entitled "My Journey of Faith" at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, at the North St. Paul Historical Society Museum, 2666 E. Seventh Ave.
The wide-ranging talk will focus on Erickson's memoir "Found, Forgiven, Forever!" and her unique life journey.
Margaret Gesina Kasse (Kujawa and Wolff) 97, of Mesa, AZ died November 15, 2015. She was born May 31, 1918 to Henry and Mary (Renken) Kasse in North St. Paul, Minnesota. She graduated from North St. Paul High School in 1937.
Bernita Louise “Bernie” Olson-Holzer (Fortier) went to be with her Lord on Thursday, Dec. 17 in at the age of 81, in Hettinger, ND after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Bertina was born on Jan. 17, 1934 in Brooks, MN to Albert and Florence (Champagne) Fortier.
The Schwartz Law Firm, of Oakdale, was recognized by Attorney at Law Magazine as “Law Firm of the Month”’ for November. Michael Schwartz, along with his wife Kathy, and sons Brandon and Tyler, make up the core team at Schwartz Law Firm.
Having served as a North St. Paul City Council member and president of the North St. Paul Historical Society, Harry A. Lyon Jr., 89, will forever be remembered for his love and commitment to the city he called home as a child, a father and a grandfather.
Lyon died Nov. 25, preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Betty, in 2012.