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Ben and Grace MorlockThe 50th wedding anniversary of the Ben and Grace Morlock.
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Ed EganSavage resident Ed Egan, 1979.
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Ed EganSavage resident Ed Egan, 1979.
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Lucille Johnsen StellingLucille Johnsen Stelling - wife of Del Stelling.

Stelling, Lucille Johnsen a college professor, theater critic and travel writer for many years, died May 26 in North Kingstown, R.I. She was the author of ‘Frommer's Minneapolis & St. Paul' travel guide. Born in 1924 in Brooklyn, New York, she was the daughter of William and Jean (Weissman) Lokos. She was an avid Dodgers fan, a graduate of Erasmus Hall High School and Brooklyn College. Moving to Minnesota, she raised three children in Edina and then earned a Ph.D. in Theater at the U of M. Lucille taught first at Metropolitan State Junior College, and then launched a 25-year stint at Normandale Community College, teaching literature and writing. She wrote theater reviews, book reviews and travel pieces for various newspapers including the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press. She was a member of the American Theater Critics Association and one of the first writers to interview playwright August Wilson and review his work. At the Sun Newspapers, she worked with editor Del Stelling, who became her loving husband and traveling companion of many years. After retiring, Lucille developed Elderhostel programs for the U of M, leading groups to theater performances and backstage tours across the country and beyond. She is survived by Del Stelling; her daughter Carol Johnsen and her husband Bruce Bryant, of Vancouver, Wash., her daughter Amy Johnsen-Harris, of Cranston, R.I., and her son Dan Johnsen, of South Kingstown, R.I.; her brother Lionel Lokos, of Ocala, Fla.; and three grandchildren. A memorial tribute will be held June 21 at 2 p.m. in the theater at Normandale Community College, to be followed by a gathering at Woodhurst East, 12600 Parkwood Drive, Burnsville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the University of Minn. Foundation for the Jenwilla Scholarship Fund, #4815.

Published on June 15, 2008
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Joe EganJoe Egan shares Dan Patch History, 1980s.
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Joe EganJoe Egan shares Dan Patch History 1980s.
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Rod HoppOne time Savage Mayor, Rod Hopp.
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Rodd HoppRodd Hopp's donut shop in Savage 1980s.
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Dr. Eugene KuzDr. Eugene Kuz, circa 1980.
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Eunice CampbellEunice was long time employee of the Savage Post Office.
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Joe EganJoe Egan, 1982.
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Joe EganJoe Egan with Dan Patch artwork 1982.
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Joe Egan and Art WilliamsJoe Egan and Art Williams with lantern.
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Joe Egan and Duncan R Campbell 1983Dan Patch Fans - January 25, 1983 Burnsville Sun

Duncan R. Campbell of Ontario Canada, on the right, recently visited the Savage Public Library and Dan Patch historian Joe Egan.

Campbell, now in his 80s, was in the Twin Cities area visiting his daughter Mary McKenzie, who lives in Edina. While still in his teens, Campbell started racing horses and over the years became a owner, breeder, trainer and driver of race horses...
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Joe Egan and Duncan R Campbell 1983Dan Patch Fans - January 25, 1983 Burnsville Sun

Duncan R. Campbell of Ontario Canada recently visited the Savage Public Library and Dan Patch historian Joe Egan.

Campbell, now in his 80s, was in the Twin Cities area visiting his daughter Mary McKenzie, who lives in Edina. While still in his teens, Campbell started racing horses and over the years became a owner, breeder, trainer and driver of race horses...
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Savage Office Building 1984Savage Office Building.
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Shirley and Ray EganMarch 1985 - Shirley and Ray Egan, at his retirement from Post Office.
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Ray EganLongtime employee of the Savage Post Office, also serving Burnsville.
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Ray Egan1985 Ray Egan, Savage Post Office.
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Ed McQuiston1985 - volunteer fire fighter Ed McQuiston.
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Dr. David LendeSavage dentist, Dr. David Lende 1985.
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Officer Terry GlinianySavage police officer Terry Gliniany 1985. Terry Gliniany was hired in June of 1985. He retired in Sept. 2013.
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Ed McQuiston1985 - volunteer fire fighter Ed McQuiston.
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Al McColl1986 - Savage Al McColl Fire Chief.
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Al McColl1986 - Fire Chief Al McColl at fire truck in Savage.
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1986 Savage City Council1986 Savage City Council. Rod Hopp, Marilyn Roemer, Mic Gutoske
Mark McNeil city administrator swearing them in.
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Fire Chief Al McColl1986 Fire Chief Al McColl.
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Dan Patch StablesBob Allen and Ben Morlock
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Ed Allenundated, Ed Allen receives award from Chrysler.
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Al MunsonVeteran Al Munson.
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