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Kerma “Kim” Connly

July 29, 1931-Jan. 12, 2020

EDINA, Minn. – Kerma “Kim” Connly, 88, Edina, Minn., died Sunday, Jan. 12, in Edina.

A memorial graveside service will be 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, in Lime Creek Cemetery in Emmons, Minn. Kermit Singelstad will officiate. Masks are recommended. Memorials are preferred to the Humane Society.

Arrangements by Mittelstadt Funeral Home.

www.schottfuneralhomes.com

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