Marian D. Waldhelm
Marian D. Waldhelm, a resident of Little Falls, passed away Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, at St. Ottos Care Center in Little Falls.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the St. Ottos Care Center Chapel in Little Falls. Burial was in the Mt. Hope Cemetery in St. James.
Marian Dorothy Miller was born April 8, 1914, in Amboy, to the late Earl R. and Mae (Morgan) Miller. She was united in marriage to Wayne Grove, June 7, 1936, in Amboy. They lived in St. James, until 1940, when they moved into St. Paul. Marian worked at Gannons and Mickeys Diner. In 1954, they moved to a farm near Royalton, where Marian was a stay at home mother who loved gardening and sewing. She made great homemade bread and canned lots of fruits and vegetables. Marian made a point of always donating blood for the Red Cross blood drives. She was proud of being a Gold Star Mother, as well as being a member of the American Legion, V.F.W. and Eagles clubs in both Little Falls and St. James. Marian moved back to St. James following Waynes death in 1970. She took care of her mother, Mae Jenkins. She met and married Russell Waldhelm in June of 197 and together they farmed, later moving back into St. James. Marian and Russ came to Little Falls in 2003 to live the rest of their lives.
Marian is survived by son, Neal L. (Barbara) Grove of Enunclaw, Wash.; daughter, Jean M. (Mike) Clark of Little Falls; daughter-in-law, Sharron Kendle of Port Angeles, Wash.; grandchildren, Jim Jr., Wendy, Tammy, Leah, Joelle, April, Earl, Michael, Timothy, and Angie; and numerous great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by husband, Wayne Grove; husband, Russ Waldhelm; sons, Earl Grove and James Kendle; sisters, Earlene Hager and Myrtle Lamb; and granddaughter, Tina Grove.

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