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Marjorie M. Flaa

Marjorie M. Flaa March 1, 1915 - Jan. 3, 2008 DAWSON -- Marjorie Malena Flaa, 92, of Dawson died Thursday at the Johnson Memorial Home in Dawson. The service will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Johnson Memorial Home Chapel in Dawson. Burial will b...

Marjorie M. Flaa

March 1, 1915 - Jan. 3, 2008

DAWSON -- Marjorie Malena Flaa, 92, of Dawson died Thursday at the Johnson Memorial Home in Dawson.

The service will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Johnson Memorial Home Chapel in Dawson. Burial will be at Our Saviour's Lutheran Cemetery of Baxter Township, rural Dawson.

Visitation will be one hour prior to the service Sunday at the Johnson Memorial Home. Arrangements are by Hanson & Dahl Funeral Home of Dawson.

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She was born March 1, 1915, in Maxwell Township, rural Dawson, to Ole and Eunice (Vanstrom) Twite. She graduated from Dawson High School and the Cloquet Business College in Cloquet.

She married Milford Flaa on Feb. 14, 1942. They lived on the Flaa family farm. Milford died on Aug. 25, 1992. Then she lived at the Parkview Apartments in Dawson and the Madison Lutheran Home. She moved to the Johnson Memorial Home in 1994.

She was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Baxter.

She is survived by two sons: Ron (and Cheryl) Flaa of Lanesboro and Larry (and Pam) Flaa of Farmington; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; six stepgreat-grandchildren; a brother: Ole (and Katherine) Twite of Milpitas, Calif.; and a sister: Elna "Dolly" (and Andy) Anderson of Tucson, Ariz.

She was preceded in death by her husband and a brother.

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