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John M Bjorklund
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Birth: May 6, 1944
Death: Aug. 14, 2004
Minnesota, USA

OBITUARY provided by Ellen Sorenson
on June 9, 2011:

Bjorklund John M. Bjorklund, age 60, of Shakopee, died 8/14 after a courageous battle with ALS. Preceded in death by parents, Del & Florence; and an infant brother. Survived by his loving wife, Sheila; daughter & son-in-law, Wendy & Troy Gamble of Plymouth; sons & daughters-in-law, Jeff & Amy, Craig & Meggan, all of Shakopee, Joshua & Caryn of Belle Plaine; and 13 precious grandchildren; brothers, Dave (Mary) of Bloomington, Bill (Iola) of Isle, Don (Betty) Miller of Maquoketa, IA. John was CEO of Easy Chair Software. He enjoyed Bible study, fishing, and golfing. He was our "rock" and a man of faith in his Lord Jesus Christ and Savior. Isaiah 40:31 "but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint." Celebration of Life Wednesday, 11 AM at Bethany Missionary Church, 6900 Auto Club Rd., Bloomington. Interment Valley Cemetery in Shakopee. Family will receive friends after 10:30 AM at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the ALS Association. Cavanaugh-McNearney 952-445-2755
~ published in Star Tribune from August 16 to August 17, 2004
Parents of Wendy, Jeffrey, Craig, Joshua

Valley Cemetery
Scott County
Minnesota, USA
Created by: Ellen Sorenson
Record added: Jun 09, 2011
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John M Bjorklund
Added by: Ellen Sorenson
John M Bjorklund
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John M Bjorklund
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