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Doebel FarmThe original Doebel family farm. It was located in section 18. Ed and Mary Doebel spent the early years of their marriage on this farm, located south of the present Gideon Pond School. Painting by the late Fred Zinn.
Ed and Mary Doebel interviewThe Burnsville Sun - May 4, 1982 Del Stelling interviews Ed and Mary Doebel as they celebrate their 50th wedding.
After their wedding they lived on the Grover Doebel farm, which is land now occupied by Gideon Pond School. From 1939 -1950
they lived on the "old John Connelly farm" later owned by Jim and Rosella Ryan;. Then in 1950 they moved to the McNamara farm
and the to Heritage Circle. After years of farming both he and Mary worked for School District 191.
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Doebel family celebrates with 48th annual reunionAugust 10, 1982 Minnesota Valley Review (Sun Newspapers) Del Stelling writes: 60 members of the Doebel/Dobel family gathered at the Gover F. Doebel residence in Burnsville for the family's 48th annual reunion.
Doebel FarmMary Doebel by painting of the Doebel family farm.
Art Doebel farm auctionOctober 20, 1950 Dakota County Tribune - Auction October 25 at the Doebel farm on Highway 13, six miles east of Savage, five miles west of Mendota and one half mile west of Cedar Avenue.
Ed Doebel JRMarch 2011 - Ed Doebel, the second employee of the City of Burnsville dies.
Ed and Mary DoebelLong time Burnsville residents and school district employees Ed and Mary Doebel.
Ed and Mary DoebelThe grave of Ed (1910 - 1985) and Mary (1914- 1982) Doebel at St. John the Baptist Cemetery, Burnsville.
Ed and Mary Doebel, after farming for several years, both worked for School District 191 and have now retiredIn the September 8, 1976 Burnsville Sun Newspaper article, Del Stelling interviews Ed and Mary Doebel about her retirement from the School District.
Ed Doebel retires 1975 (2 pages)After 19 years with School District 191, Ed Doebel retired. His family moved to Burnsville when he was one year old. From 1939 - 1956 he served on the three member school board for District 15.
District 191 honors retiring Ed DoebelMarch 6, 1975 Dakota County Tribune: The man who has served the Burnsville Schools longer than anyone else was honored at a retirement party held at the high school. Ed Doebel, who served the District for 17 years on the board of education and another 19 years in its maintenance department has retired...
Ed Doebel retires from school districtMarch 6, 1975 Dakota County Tribune: Ed and Mary Doebel cut a decorated retirement cake honoring his retirement from a school district he has served since 1939.
Ed Doebel retiresBurnsville Sun featue story on the retirement of Ed Doebel.
Ed and Mary DoebelEd and Mary Doebel.
Mary Doebel retires from School District 1976After nearly 20 years with School District 191, Mary Doebel retires.
Leo Doebel dies 1939Leo Bud Doebel of Savage (actually Burnsville) died August 1929.
Mary Doebel retiresMary Doebel, who recently retired as a cook at William Byrne School is shown in this photo by Del Stelling.
Mary Doebel dies 1982Born Mary Glewwe October 16, 1914 in Rosemount, she was married to Ed Doebel. She was former School District employee.
Art Doebel auctionOctober 20, 1950 Dakota County Tribune - auction at Art Doebel farm.
Kathy Doebel dies 2021Kathleen E. Doebel, of Burnsville. Kathleen passed away suddenly at age 76 on July 11, 2021. Kathleen is survived by her sister-in-law, RoxAnn Doebel; nephews, Michael (Corinne) Doebel, and Ronald (Mary) Giles; very special friends, Holly and Roger Lester and their family. Mass of Christian Burial Friday, July 23, 11 AM at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 4625 West 125th Street Savage. Visitation at the Church one hour before mass. Interment St. John the Baptist Cemetery.
Willis Doebel dies 1980Age 64 of MInneapolis died July 25, 1980. He was son of Grover and Cecelia (Martin) Doebel and attended District 15 school.
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