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Maury Bernstein, Longtime West Bank music fixture, accordionist, folklorist, ethnomusicologist, teacher, and radio broadcaster – died November 9, 2013, at the age of 74.He had suffered from Parkinson’s disease for many years.He worked at Storz' KOWH/Omaha and WTIX/New Orleans while still in his teens. He was a devoted husband and best friend to his wife and a wonderful father to his children.In February 1956, when Storz bought WDGY in the Twin Cities, Bill joined Herb Oscar Anderson, Jack Thayer, Bill Bennett, and program director Don Loughnane on the first staff of the "New" WDGY. When Thayer became WDGY manager in 1958, Loughnane transferred to Storz-owned WHB/Kansas City and Jack named Bill program director. He is dearly missed and if you were lucky to know him, you know how much he enjoyed telling his long, short stories. Gilbert grew up in Omaha, Nebraska, graduating from Benson High School in 1946.

He became involved in several businesses and pursued a political career, serving in the Colorado State House of Representatives (1963-64), Colorado State Senate (1965-72), United States Congress from Colorado (1973-79), and U. James Daniel Ball, age 73 of Mesa, Arizona, passed away on February 28, 2015, at Banner Baywood Hospital. He taught broadcasting for 26 years at Minneapolis North High School. He is survived by Eileen (Lee) Ball, wife, Jimmy Wahl, son, Heather-Lea (Darrold) Re-De Gunia, daughter, Marcus Perez, Grandson (son of Jimmy Wahl), J. Wahl, grandson (son of Jimmy Wahl), Danielle Hamilton, grandaughter (daughter of Jimmy Wahl), Jacob Re, grandson (son of Heather-Lea De Gunia), 3 great grandchildren. Gilbert’s passion for movies was reflected in his thoughtful editing of films and television shows for decades.He was always good-natured, level headed and hard working.He never missed a day of work, was deeply devoted to his wife and children and never had a bad thing to say about anyone. Survived by son, David Shepherd Barnhill (Ruth Hritzko), daughter Lisa Barnhill Peterson (Craig Peterson), grandsons Nathan Peterson and Brett Peterson, nephew Stephen Champlin, niece Lynn Lloyd and many great and great-great nieces and nephews.Geo (Skip) Aldrich, retired KARE 11 chief engineer, died quietly in his sleep January 26, 2015, at age 75.

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Good husband, father, son, brother, in-law, community servant, friend, and TV engineer.

Survivors: wife of 54 years, Phyllis; children, Mitchell (Shelley Willis), Stuart, and Charlene Swanson (Scott); grand-children Michael Swanson (Lindsay), Quinn, Brandon, Blake, Alix, Amber, and Melissa; sister, Janice Johnson; brothers, Stephen (Myrna) and Byron (Shawn Paulson); nieces/nephews and families.