Ardis Marie CardinalArdis Marie Cardinal (nee Hill), 74, Trenton, Tenn., died Tuesday, Aug. 21st, 2012.
Ardis Marie Cardinal (nee Hill), 74, Trenton, Tenn., died Tuesday, Aug. 21st, 2012.
She was born on June 1, 1938, in Two Harbors, Minn., to Philip & Helen (Moe) Hill. She lived and raised her family in the Forest Lake/Hugo, Minn. area before moving to Tennessee.
She is preceded in death by her parents; stepmother, Vernette Libal Hill; brother, Ronald Hill and grandson, Richard.
Ardis is survived by her children; Mary (Tom) Peterson of St. Paul, Minn., Ruth (Robert) Middleton of Trenton, Tenn., John (Mary) Cardinal of Sumrall, Miss., Phillip (Laurie) Cardinal of Ogilvie, Minn., Raymond Cardinal of St. Paul, Minn.; Grandchildren, Heather, Rita, Becci, Michael, Brianna, Edward (EJ), Christina; Step grandchildren, Katie, Kelly, Amanda, Paula, Damus and Scott; Great grandchildren, Amber, Christopher, Brad and Dylan; Step great grandchildren, Cederic, Derek, Ryan and Jayla.
Sisters, Carol Melser of Great Falls, Mont., Shirley (Merv) Hanson of Seattle, Wash., Monica Higgs of Duluth, Minn.; brother, Harold (Marlene) Hill of Plymouth, Minn., step-sisters, Sandra (Joseph) Roberts of Duluth, Minn., Rose (Erless) Burgess of Homer, Alaska; step-brothers Frank (Donna) Libal of Homer, Alaska, John (Cheryl) Libal, Robert (Emmy) Libal and Gary (Sharon) Libal all of Two Harbors; Uncle, Carl Moe of Two Harbors and many nieces and nephews and cousins.
Memorial service 11 a.m. Sat., Sept. 15, at Cavallin Funeral Home, 426 Second Avenue, Two Harbors, Minn. 55616.
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