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Of Minnetonka, age 84, passed away on January 16, 2018. Preceded in death by parents Pearl & Samuel Glassman; wife Rose Glassman; stepchildren Andrew Seitel and Jamie Olsen. Ron spent 57 years dedicated to his career in real estate. He was passionate about golf, enjoyed cars and travel, and above all, he loved celebrating life and spending time with his family and friends. Survived by wife Sandy Glassman; brother Barry Glassman (Nancy); children Richard Glassman (Pam) and Debra Glassman (Bob); grandchildren Sarah (Emma), Jessica (Brad), Tess (Josh), Anna, Alex and Jeremy; great-granddaughter Shayna; and many other loved ones. The family would like to thank the staff at Roitenberg Assisted Living… Read More

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RH Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2017 Financial Results

RH (NYSE:RH) today announced fourth quarter and fiscal 2017 results and RH Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Gary Friedman, provided an update on the Company’s continued evolution and outlook. RH leadership will host a Q&A conference call at 2:00 p.m. PT (5:00 p.m. ET) today. Anzeige IndexInvest: die Anlage, die viel leistet und wenig kostet! Entdecken Sie die vier unterschiedlichen Anlageprofile von IndexInvest. Je nach Sicherheitsbedürfnis wählen Sie einfach die Variante, die am besten zu Ihnen passt. Nur bei Ihrer Commerzbank. Verluste können nicht ausgeschlossen werden. powered by finative Fourth Quarter Highlights GAAP net revenues of $670.3 million, an increase of 14% versus last year. Adjusted net revenues of $669.7… Read More

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West Metro Masterpiece On Sale For $3.995 Million

EDINA, MN – One of the most fabulous homes in the west metro, this masterpiece was gutted to the studs and totally rebuilt: new plumbing, new electric, new everything. It features grand, elegant rooms for entertaining as well as cozy rooms to gather family. Enjoy sunrooms, a second-floor study, fun party deck, amazing third-floor office and a cigar room. Theater room, family room, bar and workout room in lower level; this home has nearly everything. This listing originally appeared on realtor.com. For more information and photos, click here. Source Article

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Mark Jason Willoughby

Send Flowers Mark Jason Willoughby, 50, of Hermantown passed away unexpectedly but peacefully at home on Monday, March 19, 2018. He was born January 3, 1968, in Edina, MN to Janice & James Willoughby. Mark graduated from Burnsville High School, the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis with a degree in Electrical Engineering, and an MBA from Purdue University. He worked as an Electrical Engineer and in management at Enbridge Energy for over 27 years. At age 16 he met Jennifer Mattson in Owatonna, the love of his life, and they had been together ever since. They had 34 wonderful years together. Together they were raising 3 amazing, strong boysAlexander (23… Read More

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Sabres Top 4 Prospects 2018

It’s no secret that the Buffalo Sabres have struggled this season. At 22-35-11, they sit securely at the bottom of the Eastern Conference. In a year where the team hasn’t provided much to cheer about at KeyBank Center, fans have shifted their focus toward the future. Though several valuable future assets were squandered during the expedited rebuild orchestrated by former general manager Tim Murray, the Sabres still have a handful of NHL-caliber prospects in the system. Fortunately, a few of them are nearly ready to sport the blue-and-gold on a full-time basis. Let’s take a look at the top-four young guns on the farm. Alex Nylander When the Sabres selected… Read More

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Parade of Homes participation unwavering

This Parade of Homes “dream home” at 3590 Mississippi Drive in Coon Rapids, was built by Parent Custom Homes and listed for $1.7 million. The company’s website says the home has been sold. (Submitted rendering) If participation in the Spring Parade of Homes is a sign of things to come in the homebuilding market, builders are poised for another steady — if unspectacular — year of construction. The 2018 Spring Parade of Homes, which begins Saturday and runs through March 25, will showcase 481 new homes to prospective buyers in locations from Minneapolis to Somerset, Wisconsin. That’s exactly the same number of model homes as last year, and just a… Read More

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Jerry Foss

61, of Golden Valley, MN Died on Saturday, September 9 at the N.C. Little Hospice in Edina, MN, after a courageous battle with brain cancer. He passed peacefully, with his life partner Howard Dixon at his side. He was born on October 24, 1955, in Lawrenceville, Illinois, to Fred and Mildred Foss. He grew up there in southern Illinois, graduating from Lawrenceville High School, Class of 1973, and spent most of his adult life in Minnesota. For the past 27 years, Jerry was an agent with Edina Realty, where he was known for his high energy and his unwavering integrity. Besides real estate, Jerry’s passion in life was travel. He… Read More

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A for access

Buy Now Randy Peterson A new report has declared that Minnesota is a national leader in efforts to reduce tobacco use, but local officials warn that much work remains in the overall tobacco impacts. Minnesota was one of two states to receive an A grade in "access to cessation services" by the American Lung Association’s "2018 State of Tobacco Control" study, the 16th annual report that was released Wednesday. South Carolina also received an A, while seven other states earned a B. Most of the remaining states received an F. That rare ranking has been deemed an important step forward for Minnesota by Pat McKone, senior regional director of tobacco… Read More

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Affordable housing threatened by federal tax bill

MINNEAPOLIS — The tax reform bill that passed the US House this week would eliminate tax credits that have been essential in building affordable housing projects in Minnesota and elsewhere. Housing advocated sounded the warning call Tuesday at an event at the Upper Post Veterans Community, which is an excellent example of the type of development that would be threatened by the loss of the tax incentives. "Tax policy is housing policy," Deidre Smith, the CEO of CommonBond Communities, told reporters. "Tax policy is housing policy because in the United States we don’t really fund the construction or preservation of affordable housing through the federal budget." She said that $2… Read More

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