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Duane A. Blinsky, 50, Jamestown, died Tuesday, April 2, 2002, in Columbia Falls, Mont.

Mr. Blinsky was born Feb. 22, 1952, in Jamestown. He grew up in Wimbledon, N.D. and graduated from Wimbledon High School in 1970. He served in the U.S. Army from 1970-1972. On June 16, 1973, he married Joan Genzel in Wimbledon, N.D. They lived in Jamestown. From 1972-1979, he drove truck for Standard Oil. He then drove truck for Sunward Trucking, Elm Trucking and Mayer Truckline. In 1988, he began operating Duane Blinsky Trucking, Inc., Jamestown.

He is survived by his wife; a son, Justin, Jamestown; a daughter, Tonya (Shane) Drenth, Jamestown; two brothers, Ellis (JoAnne), Georgetown, Ky., Floyd (Pam), Yakima, Wash.; three sisters, Sharon (Bruce) Shockley, Wimbledon, Janice Blinsky, Fargo, Cheryl (Rod) Doepke, Casper, Wyo.; and two grandchildren.

Duane was an active member of the Buffalo City Gun Club and was currently serving as a board member for the North Dakota Trap Shooting Association.  He will be missed.

Visitation: Friday from 1-9, with a prayer service at 7, in Eddy Funeral Home, Jamestown.

Funeral: Saturday at 2 in Immanuel Lutheran Church, Jamestown.

Burial: Highland Home Cemetery, Jamestown.


04 April 2002
04 May 2002
26 February 04

Scott Sagsveen suddenly passed away Wednesday, February 25, 2004.  The funeral services for Scott will be Monday, March 1, 2004. They will be held at the Zion Lutheran church in Mohall ND.

Scott was member of the North Dakota Trap Shooting Association Boaed of Directors.  He was actively involved preparing for the 2004 State Shoot to be held in Minot this year.  Scott, an active member and friend, will be greatly missed.
Margaret Aakrann, known by all her trapshooting friends as "Mugs" passed away on Monday July 10 2006, in Minot ND. Her funeral will be Friday July 14, 2006 at 1:30 PM in Trinity Homes Chapel in Minot ND.

Mugs was a Member of the North Dakota Trapshooting Hall of Fame and she was a former ND Handicap Champion. I believe she was the first woman in North Dakota to register over 100,000 Singles targets. She was the wife of Mort Aakrann. In her career she registered over 119,000 singles targets and over 42,000 handicap targets.
July 2006
March 2009
Mary Polkinghorne passed away March 24, 2009.  Visit Amundson Funeral Home Site:  Mary Polkinghorne
March 2012

Randall  H.  Goldade

Randy Goldade was born in Harvey, ND on July 30, 1958. As an infant he moved to the Jamestown, ND area and remained there the rest of his life. He was self-employed as a  flooring installer and at one time was the owner of Quality Carpet in Jamestown. He was killed in a tragic farm accident on March 21, 2012. His funeral was held at the Basilica of St. James on Monday March 26, 2012.

Randy started shooting trap in 2004 and immediately became a member of the Buffalo City Gun Club in Jamestown and also joined the Amateur Trapshooting Association. He was soon a very proficient shooter and won many local, state, and ATA shooting awards over the years. His contributions to the operation of his home club were uncountable and his shoes will be hard to fill.

Surviving Randy are Carol, his wife of 25 years, his son Tyler, also a trapshooter, his daughters Amanda and Megan, his mother Eva Goldade, and two brothers, Robert and Donald. He was preceded in death by his father, Frank, and a brother, Ronald.

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