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Deceased Name: BRADLEY STEINMAN

Bradley Steinman, 92, of St. Louis Park, formerly of Duluth, passed away peacefully on June 28, 2005.

 

Brad spent the first half of his life in Duluth, Minn. Active in his synagogue and many civic activities, he served as president of the Temple Emanuel Congregation Brotherhood and was president of the Duluth Optimists Club. He was vice president of the Upper Midwest Oilmens Association and scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 44, Chester Park School, Duluth. He spent his entire career in the retail oil business and retired as VP of Franchising and Real Estate for Holiday Companies. As a Boy Scout and Scout leader for more than 50 years, he earned his Eagle Scout award in Troop 4 of Duluth. As an adult he served as scoutmaster and attended two National Scout Jamborees, and was awarded the Silver Beaver Award by the Duluth North Star Council for his work with youth. After moving to the Twin Cities, he continued scouting work as the first chairman of the Viking Council's Voyager District. Next to scouting and family, his other love was fishing with his parters, Harry and Toivo. Everyone whoever met Brad loved him. Brad will be remembered by his positive attitude, pride, integrity and beautiful smile.

 

He is preceded in death by first wife, Edith; two brothers; and parents, Joseph and Anna Steinman.

 

Brad is survived by loving wife of 33 years, Ramona; children, Duncan (Marilyn), Susan Johnson, Barry; grandchildren, Peter (Janelle) Steinman, Gail (David) Nozel, Julie (Patrick) McChesney, Jennifer Johnson and Jane (Brian) Nollar; seven great grandchildren; second family, Lori (Joe) Wintz, Cathy (Gene) Snyder, Sue (Chuck) Muscoplat and Joni (Jerry) Blizen; grandchildren, Phillip (Alia) Snyder, Heidi (Alan) Turobiner, Amy Muscoplat, Marnie (Lloyd) Mallah; four great grandchildren.

 

The family wishes to thank the staff of 2 South at Sholom Home West.

 

GRAVESIDE SERVICES: were previously held. Memorials are preferred to the Boy Scouts of America or Sholom Home West. Arrangements by Hodroff-Epstein. 612-871-1234.

 

Duluth News-Tribune (MN)

Date: July 3, 2005

 

 

Deceased Name: BRADLEY STEINMAN

Bradley Steinman, 92, of St. Louis Park, formerly of Duluth, passed away peacefully on June 28, 2005.

 

GRAVESIDE SERVICE:1:30 p.m. TODAY in Adath Yeshurun Cemetery, 56th & France Ave. S., Edina. Memorials are preferred to the Boy Scouts of America or Sholom Home West. SHIVA, Sholom Home West, 3620 Phillips Pkwy. (Thurs 7 p.m.). Complete notice will follow on Sunday. Arrangements by Hodroff-Epstein 612-871-1234.

 

Duluth News-Tribune (MN)

Date: June 30, 2005

 

 

 

 

 

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