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.
Pearl Darlene Christenson of Arden Hills passed peacefully, surrounded by her family on Oct. 11, 2015. Born to the Reverend Oscar and Mrs. Olga Jacobson on Aug. 21, 1929 in Chicago, Pearl grew up in parsonages in Pinewood and Fertile, Minnesota, where she ran with her pack of pals, the “Crazy Eight.”
Once his prosthetic leg is ready, Sam Sellie, 21, hopes to be back at the skate park in Oakdale, navigating the obstacles with a prosthetic leg and wider skateboard for better balance. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Sam Sellie won't let prosthetic leg slow him down
This past April, Sam Sellie, 21, went in for a routine heart surgery to have a leaky aortic valve replaced. The next day, he went into cardiac arrest and ended up back on the operating table. He spent the next two weeks in a medically-induced coma with a machine supporting his heart and lungs.
When he woke up in a hospital bed, he was completely unaware of what his close friends and family already knew: his heart had been saved, but his left leg had been amputated below the knee.
Josephine Zeug, of North St. Paul, turned 100 years old this year. Her birthday was Jan. 20. A special Senate resolution was prepared to honor her and State Sen. Chuck Wiger presented Josephine with the Senate Resolution on Sept.