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A last farewell to Carl-Edvard

We finally had the chance to place Carl-Edvard's urn in the Sturkell family burial site at 'skogskyrkogården' in Katrineholm and thereby take a last farewell to Erik's father. There were just a few of us present this time. Besides us, family members from the Sturkell

Funeral in Katrineholm Church

Update, March 5, 2023Thanks to all who donated money to 'Doctors without Borders' in memory of Carl Edvard Sturkell! This would have sincerely gladdened him, and with wars and natural disasters, these donations are highly needed. Photo: Gabrielle. Katrineholms Begravningsbyrå sent us this memorial book for

Denmark in January

My aunt Dorte Heldrup, who passed away a year ago, would have turned 80 here in January. Thus, to commemorate Dorte and celebrate her birthday, my mother and I brought flowers to the Petersen family burial place on Mariebjerg Kirkegård (cemetery) north of Copenhagen. This

Carl-Edvard Sturkell 1924-2022

Erik's father Carl-Edvard Sturkell peacefully passed away on December 8 in the afternoon at Dufvegården in Katrineholm. He was born on 2 November 1924 in Katrineholm and thus recently reached the honourable age of 98. Carl-Edvard always said he had no ambition to become 100