Grand Forks Obituaries

Grand Forks Obituaries

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  • Saturday Aug 22 | via Pequot Lakes Echo 

    Jeanne Ellen (Colborn) Erickson

    Jeanne Ellen Erickson, age 99, resident of Baxter, died Saturday, August 22, 2015 surrounded by family, Jeanne went home to be with our Heavenly Father.

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  • Monday Aug 3 | via Brooklynvegan 

    Lynn Anderson passed away; Morrissey paid tribute

    Lynn Anderson, whose version of the song " Rose Garden" was one of the biggest country hits of the 1970s, has died. She was 67. Anderson died Thursday of a heart attack at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville after being admitted for pneumonia, publicist Mark Logsdon told CNN.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via WKBT 

    Lynn Anderson, 'Rose Garden' singer, dies

    Lynn Anderson, whose version of the song " Rose Garden" was one of the biggest country hits of the 1970s, has died. She was 67. Anderson died Thursday of a heart attack at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville after being admitted for pneumonia, publicist Mark Logsdon told CNN.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via BroadwayWorld.com 

    Grammy-Winning Country Artist Lynn Anderson Has Died...

    BroadwayWorld has learned that Country artist Lynn Anderson , known for her '70s country/pop crossover hit, "Rose Garden" has died. The Grammy Award-winner suffered a heart attack on Thursday night, July 30, at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via ACC TOP 40 

    "Rose Garden" Singer Lynn Anderson Dies at 67

    Lynn Anderson, best known for her classic hit "Rose Garden," died at age 67, Thursday , at the Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. The cause of death was reported as a heart attack by Nashville newspaper The Tennessean.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via The Washington Post 

    Lynn Anderson, singer who topped charts in 1971, die...

    Lynn Anderson, whose strong, husky voice carried her to the top of the charts with " Rose Garden," died July 30 at a hospital in Nashville. She was 67. Ms.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via Examiner.com 

    Grammy winner Lynn Anderson dies at 67

    Arguably a favorite among presidents, Lynn Anderson's strong husky voice carried her to the top of the charts with " Rose Garden,". According to a family statement, the performer was 67 when she died at Vanderbilt University... The music world has lost another great one.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via WHNT-TV Huntsville 

    Lynn Anderson, 'Rose Garden' singer, dies at 67

    Lynn Anderson, whose version of the song " Rose Garden" was one of the biggest country hits of the 1970s, has died. She was 67. Anderson died Thursday of a heart attack at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville after being admitted for pneumonia, publicist Mark Logsdon told CNN.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via Bangkok Post 

    'Rose Garden' singer dies at 67

    US country music legend Lynn Anderson, who sprang to international stardom with her 1970s classic hit Rose Garden , has died at the age of 67. Anderson died on Thursday of a heart attack at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville after being admitted for pneumonia, publicist Mark Logsdon told CNN on Saturday. Anderson had a string of other hits to become the biggest singer in country music of her era, before going on to moderate success as an actress.

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  • Saturday Aug 1 | via NWAonline 

    Country singer with 'Rose Garden' hit

    Lynn Anderson , whose strong, husky voice carried her to the top of the charts with " Rose Garden," has died. She was 67. A statement from her family said she died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville on Thursday.

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via Lucianne.com 

    Rose Garden singer LynnAnderson dies at 67

    Country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her classic recording " Rose Garden," died Thursday night of a heart attack at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She had been hospitalized for pneumonia following a trip to Italy.

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via KTXL-TV Sacramento 

    Lynn Anderson, a Rose Gardena Singer, Dies at 67

    Lynn Anderson, whose version of the song " Rose Garden" was one of the biggest country hits of the 1970s, has died. She was 67. Anderson died Thursday of a heart attack at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville after being admitted for pneumonia, publicist Mark Logsdon told CNN.

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via Music-News.com 

    Country singer Lynn Anderson dies

    Lynn Anderson, the singer who released 33 studio albums and had five country chart toppers, died on Thursday night from an apparent heart attack at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. She had been hospitalized earlier in the week with pneumonia.

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via WTVR Richmond 

    '(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden' singer Lynn A...

    Lynn Anderson, whose version of the song " Rose Garden" was one of the biggest country hits of the 1970s, has died. She was 67. Anderson died Thursday, July 30, 2015, of a heart attack at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville after being admitted for pneumonia, publicist Mark Logsdon told CNN.

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via People 

    'Rose Garden' Singer Lynn Anderson Dies

    Country singer Lynn Anderson has died. She was 67. Anderson - best known for her 1971 hit " Rose Garden" - died of a heart attack Thursday night at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where she was being treated for pneumonia, The Tennessean reports .

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via SFGate 

    Lynn Anderson, - Rose Garden' Singer, Dead at 67

    Lynn Anderson, the country singer best known for her 1970 hit " Rose Garden," died Thursday night at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after suffering a heart attack, the Tennessean reports. She was 67. Born in 1947 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Anderson was raised in California by songwriter parents.

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  • Friday Jul 31 | via Billboard 

    Lynn Anderson, Country Star Behind 'Rose Garden,...

    In a recent interview with Billboard to promote Bridges, which ended up being her final album, Anderson said you never knew just who might be hanging around the Anderson homestead. "They would go to an artist's concert, and Mother would invite them to come home and have bacon and eggs at 2 a.m. She'd cook, and Daddy would play them Mom's songs in the living room.

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