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Peggy Dale

Peggy was the most beautiful, sweet, talented, and loved person and we all miss her very much. It was such a huge shock for us to lose one of our own to cancer in high school so I think a lot of us were affected by it for many years afterward.  

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Cindy Kunin (Ginsberg)

July 19th, 1952 - September 28th, 2009

Cindy Kunin was a Parkette from 1967-1970.  She was a Pom Pom Girl and Unit Leader and she absolutely LOVED her time as a Parkette--it meant the world to her!  Cindy was beautiful, talented and fun loving and the most amazing and devoted sister, daughter, friend, wife, mother and grandmother.  We miss her beyond belief every single day and it's impossible to comprehend that she won't be on that football field with us on November 20--she would have enjoyed reconnecting and dancing with all of you so much.   Let's all dance in Cindy's honor!

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Ginsberg, Cynthia Kunin age 57, of Minneapolis, died peacefully at home surrounded by her family after a courageous battle with uterine cancer. Survived by husband, David Ginsberg; children, Andrew (Emily), Todd, Adam, and Charles Ginsberg; grandson, Ethan and Eli; parents, Beverly & Paul Kunin; sisters, Jennifer Kunin and Wendi Kunin Tanner (Kenneth); mother-in-law and father-in-law, Doris & Ted Ginsberg; brothers-in-law, Gordon (Kate), and Joel (Sara) Ginsberg; nieces and nephews, Sam, Josh, Brody, Miya, Dana, Jessica, and Amanda; and a powerful & devoted circle of friends. The family is so thankful for their love and help.  Everyone who knew Cindy will miss her smile, her caring nature, her kindness and her love.
 

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From Marsha Zeesman on July 20th, 2017
Dear Cindy ready to board our Pan Am flight to Europe April 4, 1968.  
 

Debbie Rockler (Hillery)

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http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/azcentral/obituary.aspx?n=debra-jo-hillery-debbie&pid=168601297

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From Lori Erdos on July 11th, 2017
Her spirit, warm heart and sense of humor always showed through in her beauty.  She was a wonderful friend to many of us and is missed.
 

Rande Laiderman

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From Lori Erdos on July 11th, 2017
She had a wonderful laugh and curiosity for life.
 

Fran Libby

Mrs. Libby was the Founder of the Parkettes back in 1956.  She was strict and determined, and gave us the structure to become our best.  She was like a second mother to some of us, teaching us lessons that we would use throughout our lives.  We lost her too soon, during our spring trip in 1970, and I wish more girls had been given the gift of knowing her and growing under her tutelage.  

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Mary Lou Kuhn (Siebold)

March 11th, 1941 - March 12th, 2002

Mary Lou was a little firecracker who was filled with love, laughter and extreme enthusiasm in everything she did, but mostly shined through like a sparkling star when she danced as a Lakerette and Parkette from 1957-1959.
She was the beloved daughter of Frank & Lois Kuhn, devoted wife of Tom Siebold, mother of Tom Jr. and Emily, grandmother of 4 and loving sister of Frank Jr and Vicki.
She is missed by many, but none more than her family. 

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Janelle Morlock (Tebbs)

August 5th, 1962 - January 13th, 2007

Janelle passed away from Melanoma.  She was a bright ray of sunshine and was loved by everyone who knew her.  She loved to dance and truely enjoyed being a Parkette and Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader, class of 1980.

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From Sara Lent Ginsberg on October 6th, 2016
Image Janelle danced and cheered next to me in Unit 4, for two years.  She was a sweet person.  I was lucky to know her.  A person knows another person in a special kind of way, when their right next to you in a dance line.  I wish I had a better picture.  
 
From Sara Lent Ginsberg on October 6th, 2016
Image Janelle danced and cheered next to me in Unit 4, for two years.  She was a sweet person.  I was lucky to know her.  A person knows another person in a special kind of way, when their right next to you in a dance line.  I wish I had a better picture.  
 
From Sara Lent Ginsberg on October 6th, 2016
Image Janelle danced and cheered next to me in Unit 4, for two years.  She was a sweet person.  I was lucky to know her.  A person knows another person in a special kind of way, when their right next to you in a dance line.  I wish I had a better picture.  
 

Susan Evenson (Williams)

March 29th, 1962 - November 3rd, 2014

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http://www.dingmannfuneral.com/notices/Susan-Williams

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