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Van Bredeson at a celebration in his honor at Bethel Lutheran Church in June 2013 when he left the congregation. He was now serving in Somerset.
Former Bethel Pastor Van Bredeson dies
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oHudson Physicians gave $2,500 to support the Free Clinic f Piece and St Croix Counties. At the presentation were Hudson Physician members, from left, Lori Grambow (Director of Clinical Services), Ernie Wallin (Administrator), Alyssa Lynch (DO), Paul Scott (MD), Dana Dahl (MD) and Michelle Kraft (Director of Financial Services).
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