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SIDNEY HERALD Obituaries J. Harry Johnson 1920-2019 J. Harry Johnson was born on June 18, 1920 in Sidney, to J. B. and Anna (Mueller) Johnson. He died peacefully on Feb. 25, 2019, at the Lodge in Sidney at the age of 98 with family constantly at his side. J. Harry attended rural school in his commu- nity, then attended high school in Wahpeton, N.D., before graduating from Sidney High School in 1938. He moved to the Los Angeles area in 1939 where he contributed to the war effort during World War 11 working for 7 years at the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. During his time in California, he also owned and operated a variety store. Return- ing to Sidney in 1948, he began farming in the Girard community with his brother Douglas. Shortly after return- ing to Sidney, J. Harry met the love of his live, Donna Olsen, an elemen- tary teacher in Sidney. They were married in Kenmare, N.D., on Dec. 29, 1950 and together raisedfive children. Donna passed away in 2016 after 65 wonderful years of marriage. In 1969, J. Harry and Frank (Bud) Daniels formed a unique partner- ship, farming together for more than 30 years as J-D Farms. Theirs was a special friendship and business relationship that in 1979 led them to an ambitious project in Sidney that created the North Meadow, South Meadow, Hillside Acres and JD Industrial Park subdivisions. J. Harry was also an assistant district manager with Hamilton Funds Corpo- ration from 1956—1975, working with clients and overseeing the sales activitiesof others in , Eastern Montana. In 1974, J. Harry was an instrumental member of a group that chartered the First United Bank in Sidney, where he served as a director for 26 years. J. Harry had a strong dedication to church and community service. In 1955, J. Harry and Nels Bach spearheaded the development of Rich- land Homes (which is now the Sidney Heath Center Extended Care) where he served for 22 years as director and board chairman. He was a member of the Sidney Kiwanis Club for over 55 years, served 28 years as a director on the Richland County Fair Board, and was a board member of the Richland County Federal Credit Union, Bi-State Co-op, the Sidney Chamber of Commerce and the Foun- dation for Community Care. He also served as president of the Sidney. Concert Association, the Richland County Young Democrats, and the Sidney Toastmasters. At Trinity Lutheran and Pella Lutheran churches, he servedas Congrega- tional President, Sunday School Superintendent and Building Committee chair, and was a member of the Pella Endowment Committee until the age of 97. . He served as national chairperson of the Kogu- dus ministries which in- volved spiritual retreats for men and women and also prison ministry. J. Harry was awarded a three year study/ travel fellowship beginning in 1972 in the Kellogg Extension Education Project (KEEP), which included a study of political, economic, and socialaspects of life, taking him to Ethiopia, Yugoslavia and Washing- ton, D.C. One of the best times of J. Harry’s service life was his time on Con- cordia College Board of Regents from 1977-1985, where all five of his children graduated and six of his grandchildren have attended. J. Harry was deeply appreciative of the professional and compas- , Sionate care given by the staff of the Lodge,,Sid; , ney Health Center and i the Hospice staff and volunteers. J. Harry, will always be remembered for his generosity, hu- mor, kindness, patience and service, and above all, his unwavering love for his family. He was genuinely a good person who leaves a shining example of a life well-lived. His lasting legacy is his deep and abiding faith in his Lord Stei'Ien l. Sergeant 1954 2019 Steven L. Sergeant, 64, of Waterloo, Iowa, died Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, at UnityPoint-Allen Hospital in Waterloo sur- rounded by his family Steven was born May 18, 1954, in Waterloo, Iowa, the son of Ed- and Phyllis Sergeant. He graduated from Waterloo West High School in 1973. On Sept. 9, 1973, he was united in marriage to Debra Glanville at Good Shepherd Church in Waterloo. The couple lived in Washington DC. for six years while Ste- ven’ served in the United States Air Force. During this time, they welcomed their two children into their lives, Adam and Stacy. Upon returning to Waterloo and ending his Air Force career, he began his service for the National Guard Reservesfor which he served until re- Worren N. Jesz’ Warren N. Jesz, 66, of Minot, N.D., formerly of Turtle Lake, N.D., died on Feb. 22, 2019, at a Minot hospital. . Memorial services will be held at 2 pm. on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, at the 'Goetz Funeral Home, Washburn, N.D. He is survived by his brother, Arden (Maureen) Jesz, Minot, MD; a sister, Becky (Jim) Zugler, Sid- ney, and a sister-in-law, Bev Jesz, Turtle Lake. Memorial service was held at 2 pm, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, at Goetz Fu- . ‘neralHome, Washburn, NJ). tirement on May 18, 2014. He worked as a letter car- rier and supervisor for. the United States Postal Service in Waterloo. , Upon retiring from the Postal Service, he. began working at Goodwill and cleaned for various clinic offices in the area. , In his free time, Steven enjoyed fishing, hunting, and working outside in the yard. Above all, he ' cherished time spent with his family, especial- ly his grandchildren. Steven is survived by his wife, Debra, of Waterloo, one son, Adam Sergeant of Sidney, one daughter, Stacy Severson of Sidney, his father, Ed Sergeant, three grand- children, Gage and Halie Knight and Emma Severson, one brother, Todd (Karen) Sergeant of Raleigh, 8.0. He is preceded in death by his mother, Phyllis Sergeant. Funeral services will and Sav1or. J. Harry is survived by children, Craig (Julie) Johnson, Eden Prairie, Minn.; Steve (Dana) Johnson, Fargo, ND; Randy (Kelly) Johnson, Sidney; Mary (Mark) Huebner, Morris, Minn.; and Scott (Kay) Johnson, Sidney. Grandchildren include: Lindsay (Paul) Schneider, Chanhassen, Minn.; Meredith (Rob- bie) Foster, Indio, Calif; Blake (Alyssa) Johnson", West St. Paul, Minn.; Christoffer (Christopher Banken) Johnson, Min- neapolis, Minn.; Anders Johnson, Fargo, ND; Alec Johnson, Missoula; Daniel Johnson, Sidney; Justine Huebner, Min-r neapolis, Minn.; John Huebner, Morris, Minn.; ‘Nathan (Kelsey) John- son, Missoula; Brittany Johnson, Sidney; and Brady Johnson, Sidney. Great-grandchildren include: Connor, Mara and Adam Schneider, Chanhassen, Minn.; Pat- rick and Olivia Foster, Indio, Calif; and Brooks Johnson, West St. Paul, Minn. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Douglas and his beloved wife, Donna. Funeral services for J. Harry Johnson, 98, of Sidney were held at 11 am, Saturday, March 2, 2019, at the Pella Lu- theran Church in Sidney with Pastor Audrey Rydbom officiating. Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney is caring for the family. VisitatiOn will be Friday, March 1, 2019, from noon to 5 pm. a‘t’i’the‘ funeral home. ' ‘ Remembrances, condo- lences and pictures may be shared with the fam- ily at www.fulkersons. com. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memo— rials be directed to the Pella Lutheran Church Endowment Fund, the Foundation for Commu- nity Care, or the charity of your choice. be held at 11 am. on Sat- urday, March 2, 2019, at Faith Lutheran Church in Shell Rock with Pastor Kim Smith officiating. Burial will follow in the Riverside Cemetery in Shell Rock. . Visitation will be held an hour prior to the services at the church on Saturday. Memorials may be directed to the family and on-line con- dolences may be left at wwwkaisercorsoncom. Kaiser-Carson Funeral Home in Shell Rock is in charge of arrangements. 319-885-4321 0 sensors untrue Private Party $10 Double Space 335 Raisers $30 WWME ,u-m name «use . ilestone Funeral service for Paul E. Brannan, 81, of Sidney are at 10 am, on Wednes- day, March 6, 2019, at the Ebenezer Congregational Church in Sidney with Pastor David Meehan officiating. Interment will be in the Richland Memorial Park Cemetery, Sidney, un- der the care of the Fulkerson—Steven- son Funeral Home of Sidney. Paul E. Brannon ‘ ‘ SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 20193 Visitation will be on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, from 10 am. to 6 pm. at the , funeral home and one hour services at the church. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com. Paul passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, at the Sidney Health Center: AWARD: FUNDS WILL HELP EMOTIONAL WELLNESS CAMPAIGN FROM PAGE I given $5,000 to aid in going forward with their work. V Communities in Action Corps team leader El- lysse Boughey, explained that the emotional well- ness campaign goes hand in hand with the meth- ods used by Communi- ties in Action to address social determinants of health in Richland County. . Boughey noted that CREW is a subcommit— tee of the Mental Health Local Advisory Coun- cil action group that addresses mental and behavioral health issues in our community. “CREW promotes social cohesion to reduce the stigma of emotional wellness through train- ings and educational presentations to address social and commu- nity context. Health and health care is addressed by the campaign through the integration of behavioral health into primary care,” Boughey Ready for retirement Keith Bostrom enioys his retirement party held at Eagle Country Ford on Wednesday afternoon. Feb. 22 Police beat — paraphernalia, partner or fam- Sidney.l’,olice.werenotifiedoh ,,,,,.ilyrnember,a§sault and1 , the arrefil of Joseph Cook, 2§,_Wi ,islon; .by the Wil- based on a warrant issued by District Court for petition for revocation. Bond was set at $I 0,000. Trey Neumann, 33, Sidney, was arrested for aggravated DUI, first offense. Bond was set at $I,085. Feb. 23 David Ber , 29, Sidney, was , arrestedrNr criminal posses— sion of dangerous drugs, felony, criminal possession of dangerous drugs, marijuana, mis emeanor, two counts of criminal possession of drug liarhsCountyShériIf’s Office (IQ- fob. .mernber.,No ndygqsset. Jacob R alia, 30, SidrIby, was arres an authority of a war- rant issued by the Department of Corrections Probation and Parole for a probation violat- ing. No bond was set. He was additionally chor ed with obstructing a peace 0 icer. Bond was set at $335. Feb. 25 Brittney Hagerman, 23, Sidney, was arrested on authority of a warrant issued by the Depart- ment of Corrections Probation and Parole fora probation violation. No bond was set. Cancer Care (Tow-goat: explained. She added the award will be put toward the emotional wellness campaign. The campaign is an initiative included in the Richland County Health Department Stra- tegic Plan. Boughey explained CREW’s primary initiatives include an emotional wellness campaign creating a “No Wrong Door” policy, and coordinating trainings and resources for mental health services. Blll VANka WEELE SIDNEY HERALD Additionally, she was arrested a “no f .w to , ulatron of‘a‘ rtneroriZ'mLIl I 'NsueNLthisirtEI‘ oIirt W m E: feIOny burglar ,_ ,arid, misde; H ., . ,. meanor ossau t. Bond was set I at $15,000. ‘ ' Alyssa Burman, Al, Fairview, was arrested for DUI, drugs, first offense and criminal pos- session of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $I,270. Feb. 27 . Sidne Police Department was noti 'ed of the arrest (Sf-Bran- don Grommet, 29, Sidney, by Pocatello Idaho Police Depart- ment, on authority of a warrant . issued by District Court for petition of revocation. Bond was set at $I5,000. I." Wednesday, March 6 SIDNEY j 4:00- 6:00PM o Program at 5:1'5 PM Sidney Country Club-Sidney, MT ‘ ‘_ Join the Sidney Health Center Center Care Team and Dr. Monica Bertagnolli, President Of the American Society Of Clinical Oncology, for an informational meeting and conversation about cancer care. team about Sidney, Heatth Cen— tens journey to becoming a cancer care of excellence and meet the members of our team. Appetizers and refreshments will be served? HEALTH CENTER ASCO" ' CANCER CARE Wmormouoom are information, please call Kathy Jensen at . F0 .505 .mwuigiusudr 1. water, Cancer Care. , _§