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Lola E. Paulson

July 11, 1918 - January 10, 2012

Burial Date January 13, 2012

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LOLA E. PAULSON, age 93 of Burnsville, MN, passed away peacefully at The Lodge in Burnsville on January 10, 2012. Preceded in death by husband Vern and two brothers and four sisters. She was born July 11, 1918, in Wabasso, MN to Lorance and Alma Torney. Survived by sisters Arleen Lange and Ione (Toni) Kirkendall; niece Cherrie (Richard) Magnuson, nephews, Dale (Nancie Thiessen) Abrahamson, Bruce (Teri) Abrahamson, Rick Abrahamson and many other nieces and nephews. After high school Lola went to Kahler Hospitals School of Nursing in Rochester, MN and then worked as a RN at Mayo Clinic. After Vern’s military service, they moved to Blooming Prairie and eventually became partners with Vern’s parents in Paulson’s Brake Service. Along with a partner, Lola opened L & L Tax Service which they operated for 22 years. She was an avid golfer and enjoyed her travels throughout the 49 states. For several years she volunteered making craft items to raise money for the Blooming Prairie Nursing Home. In the early 50’s Lola and Vern built a cabin on Lake Tetonka, near Waterville, MN. It was a great gathering place for relatives from all over the country ? many late night card games were played and memories made at that cabin by family and friends. We are grateful for the loving care she received at The Lodge on Summit. Funeral Services are scheduled for 10:30 AM Friday, January 13 at the Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, 14850 Garrett Avenue, Apple Valley (952) 432-2331. Interment will follow in Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis.