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He is survived by his parents, Jeff and Jewell Plowman, and three siblings: Angela (and Charles) Miedema, Arnold (and Danielle) Plowman, and Francesca (and Jason) Beukelman as well as nephews and nieces: Gabriel, Chloe and Benjamin Miedema; Hannah (and Neil) Brouwer, Natan and Elle Plowman; Liam, Kiera, Mia, and Jocelyn Beukelman.
Also mourn-ing his passing are many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.
He did computer programming there as well as various other tasks.
David was an amazingly gifted drummer, playing in his younger years for numerous praise and worship events including a stint with Beowulf at the Sunshine Music Festival and with Endorphin at Youth Unlimited Convention in Colorado Springs.
Cloud; five grandchildren: Sharon (and Jeffrey) Dingman, Susan Nelson (and special friend, Michael), Aaron (and Nicki) Wells, Amber (and Drew) Nielsen, and Adrien Wells (and special friend, Katie); and seven great-grandchildren: Cyril Rogers, Isabelle Rogers, Aiden Rogers, Mason Calhoun, Lindsey Calhoun, Nora Wells, and Amelia Wells.
Also surviving are a brother: Alvin (and Char) Ledeboer; four sisters: Luella Swart, Harriet (and Robert) Hasper, Jean (and Joel) Peters, and Connie (and Daryl) Berghuis; many nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends.
His earliest years were spent on a farm southwest of Prinsburg and then in Prinsburg where he attended Central Minnesota Christian School, kindergarten through 12th grade.
He also served as drummer at Night Vision at Unity Church for several years.
Her special interests were spending time and camping with her family, along with reading, sewing, and gardening.
She is survived by her husband, Luverne; four children: Debra Kleinhuizen of Willmar, Bruce Kleinhuizen of Kerkhoven, Julie (and Tim) Johnson of Kerkhoven, and Carol Wells of St.
For many years, Louise and Del Ray attended Calvary Baptist Church in Roseville, Minnesota, a church which they helped found.
Upon Del Ray’s retirement, they moved permanently to Crosslake, until 1994, when they moved to Cambridge, MN.
Beatrice “Bea” Kleinhuizen, age 87, of Willmar, died Saturday morning, May 26, at Bethesda Grand Nursing Home in Willmar. Tuesday, May 29, at the Rock of Life Christian Reformed Church in Willmar. Memorials are preferred to Rock of Life Christian Reformed Church, Central Minnesota Christian School, or Rice Hospice.