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Berndina was an active member of the First Christian Reformed Church of Prinsburg.

Dick and Berndina enjoyed traveling, spending many winters in Phoenix close to their son, also visiting most of the US states, and a very memorable trip to Europe.

She was relied upon as a resource by many, participated in radio shows, and wrote many horticulture articles for the West Central Daily Tribune. Vonnie was also a woman of faith and was a devout Christian.

In October of 2017 she embarked on her 6th complete reading of the Bible, always seeking to learn new insights.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Sister Allene Hookom and her husband Kenneth, Brother Allen Johnson and his wife Mary, Sister Arlys Molenaar and her husband Melvin, Brother Daryl Johnson, and Brothers-in-law John Jaenisch and Donald Sabin.

She also volunteered with Rice Hospice, Friendship Bible Study, and at the New 2 You Thrift Store.Bea then attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.She taught school in Baldwin, Wisconsin and at CMCS.Beatrice Elaine Kleinhuizen was born March 22, 1931 on a farm near Prinsburg, Minnesota, to Albert H. She was baptized and professed her faith at First Christian Reformed Church in Prinsburg.She received her education at Central Minnesota Christian School in Prinsburg and at Western Christian High School in Hull, Iowa, graduating in 1949.

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They made their home on the Swart family farm in Holland Township, Kandiyohi County, Minnesota for the better part of 60 years until they both transitioned to an apartment in Raymond and later to the Clara City Care Center. Over the years she became an avid gardener and through the University of Minnesota Extension Office she became a Master Gardener and served for 36 years.

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