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Josiah Allen Austin, infant son of Thomas and Sara Austin of rural Fountain, was stillborn Tuesday at Olmsted Community Hospital in Rochester. Riley Funeral Home, Chatfield.

Florence M. Fasbender, 78, of Adams, died Tuesday at Adams Health Care Center. Adams Funeral Home.

Johanna Jacobson, 93, of Austin, died Tuesday at St. Mark's Lutheran Home in Austin. Clasen-Jordan Mortuary, Austin.

Viola J. Kintzi, 89, of Mountain Lake, Minn., formerly of Austin, died March 16 at Good Samaritan Village in Mountain Lake. Bjerum Funeral Home, Mountain Lake.

Harold J. Kramer, 73, of Adams, died Tuesday at his home. Adams Funeral Home.

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Orval Ladwig, 91, of Montevideo, Minn., father of Gerald Ladwig of Rochester, died Sunday at the Chippewa County-Montevideo Hospital. Anderson Funeral Home, Montevideo.

Mary C. Marburger, 66, of Rochester, died Tuesday at Saint Marys Hospital. Ranfranz &; Vine Funeral Homes, Rochester.

William McKernan, 76, of Punta Gorda, Fla., formerly of Harmony, died Feb. 25. National Cremation Society of Venice, Fla.

Wilmer Rietmann, 83, of Rochester, died Tuesday at Saint Marys Hospital. Ranfranz &; Vine Funeral Homes, Rochester.

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