Allan "Bud" Anderson

Unknown, Undated Source

Allan Anderson
The funeral for Allan Anderson, 49, Rapid City, S.D., formerly Fargo, will be at 1 Saturday in Elim Lutheran Church, Fargo, with burial in Twin Valley, Minn. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 today in Hanson-Runsvold Funeral Home, Fargo. He died Wednesday.
Mr. Anderson, known as Bud, was born April 11, 1940, in Fargo, where he grew up and attended school. He worked for Armour Meat Packing Co. in West Fargo and for Pierce Packing Co. in Fargo. He married Sharon Schreder Sept. 17, 1965, in Fargo. He was transferred to the Pierce plant in Rapid City in 1979. He had been working for Morris Brothers Brokerage as a salesman.
He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Becky, at home; a brother, Larry, Fargo; and a sister Mar (Mrs. Allen) Faus, Cold Spring, Minn.
Web site note: The Cynosure has his death date at 7 March 1990.

Contributed by classmate Ruth Engh Westrick

Donald Anderson

Unknown Source
14 April 2002

Donald K. Anderson
Donald K. Anderson, born in Fargo, ND, died Tuesday. Feb. 12, 2002, after a brief illness at the age of 61.
After graduating from Fargo High School, he was employed by Western States Life Insurance Co. He resided in Pensacola, FL, the last 34 years.
He was preceded in deatn by his parents; and sisters, Patricia and Shirley. Surviving family are: sisters, Delores (Orville) Martin, Pensacola, Betty Peterson, Devils Lake, ND, and Margaret (Walter) Liebe, Hermiston, OR.

Contributed by classmate Ruth Engh Westrick

Robert Asleson

Fargo Forum
September 5, 2014

Robert "Bob" Allen Asleson was born May 25, 1940, in Ambrose, ND, to Adolph and Ruth (Berg) Asleson. The family moved to Fargo, ND, and Robert graduated from Fargo Central High School in 1958.

Bob married Sandra Larson and together they had three children, Brian, Sheila and Thomas. Bob later married Patricia Verville and they made their home in West Fargo, ND. Pat died unexpectedly January 24, 2002.

Bob enjoyed spending time with his family and his dear friend Marilyn, often having coffee with his brothers, attending birthday parties for his grandchildren and greatgrandchildren, and never missed the birth of a child. He was an avid Twins fan, enjoyed cars, attending car shows with his sons, collecting Elvis memorabilia and eagle statues, and dining out at TNT in West Fargo, with his friends.

. Bob passed away peacefully in his home Sunday, August 31, 2014, with Marilyn and his loving family by his side, at seventy-four years of age.

Bob is survived by his children, Brian (Rhonda), Fargo, Sheila (Dan) Wallgren, Brandon, SD, and Thomas (Lori), Moorhead; grandchildren, April Asleson, Boston, MA, Brianna Asleson, Fargo, Zack (Sadie) Asleson, Detroit Lakes, MN, Hailey Wallgren, Corpus Christi, TX, and Emma and Joshua Asleson, both Moorhead; greatgrandchildren, Zoey and Olly Asleson, Detroit Lakes, and Beaux Allen Asleson, due in November; dear friend, Marilyn Beck, West Fargo; brothers, Dennis (Marlene), Fargo, Maynard, Mapleton, ND, and Duane, Minneapolis, MN; sister-in-law, Carolyn, California; as well as many nieces and nephews.

In addition to his wife, Bob was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Lorraine; brothers, Don and Arden "Chuck"; and sister-in-law, Dianne.

Visitation for Bob will be Friday, September 5, 2014, from 5 - 7 PM, with a prayer service at 7 PM, in Korsmo Funeral Chapel, Moorhead. His funeral will be Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 10 AM, in First Lutheran Church, Fargo. Burial will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Fargo.

Neil Baker

Helena Independent Record,
26 May 2009

Neil George Baker
Posted: 05/26/09

Neil George Baker, age 68, of Helena, passed away unexpectedly on May 23, 2009, in Montana City.

Neil was born on June 7, 1940, in Fargo, N.D., to Donald and Nida (Davenport) Baker. He attended Fargo Central high School and NDS-ROTC. Neil married Donna I. Henne on Feb. 24, 1996, in Missoula.

Family was very important to Neil and he looked forward to the family reunions every July. Neil also loved to sing at Karaoke, (his favorite song was 'My Way') and also to play Texas Hold 'em. He was a great joke teller and liked to make people feel good. He had a great smile.

Neil was an avid sports fan (all sports), but his favorite teams were the Dodgers, Celtics, Vikings and the Arizona Cardinals. Neil served in the armed forces from 1959 to 1962. Neil will be missed by his family and friends.

He is survived by his wife, Donna of Helena; two sons, Scott (Angela) of Apache Junction, Ariz., and Chris (Shauna) Baker of Mesa, Ariz.; two step-sons, Jack (Lisa) Miller of Butte and Keith (Marti) Miller of Texas; step-daughter, Deanna Van Steenvort of Butte; three sisters, Carol Bergoust and Joni (Milan) Cook of Minnesota and Linda (John) Piper of Iowa; 11 grandchildren; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends; and also by his ex-wife, Sandra Lee (Flight) Peralta of Stevensville.

Cremation has taken place. Memorial services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, May 29 at the Hagler-Anderson Funeral Home.

Neil's Bio From 50th Year Reunion:

Neil Baker : A 50th Reunion Brief History

I went into the Army Security Agency just as another of our classmates did, but I spent most of my time in England with a few leaves in Spain, London and some other places. Really enjoyed Barcelona, Spain. My time in England was very beneficial to me in my developement and growth. I was only 5' 6" when I went in the service at the age of 19 1/2 years old and had not gone thru any of the normal growing up steps. No shave, no voice change, and nothing else. The Army and great English friends contributed to my growth to 6' 1" and everything else followed. I really enjoyed the Army branch I was in and the position of knowing everything that was going on all over the world, from a secret information standpoint. It was fasinating.
Ended up in Calif. and got married and had two great boys. I was happily married nine years, nine out of 20 years isn't a bad average, HA HA. Finally remarried in Mont. and this one has been a much better situation. In October of 2001 we moved to Arizona. Sure was hot down there! I am a karaoke addict of sort and used to go much more often than I do now. My stepson and myself once went 17 straight nights to a number of different places in and around Mesa, Az. Don't go as often because of some down the throat treatments that didn't go as well as they should have.
I must say that the 30th reunion couldn't have been better for me if I had scripted it. Having been so shy and introverted in high school I was thrilled to have had the chance to dance with so many of my classmates whom I was to shy to hardly talk to in high school. It was a blast.
This is way more information than you probably wanted, but after being a salesman for over 35 years I guess I have a tendency to express myself much more than I ever did back then.

Jerome Lee Barstad

Born: 8 April 1939
U. S. Navy Veteran, 1958-1981
Died: 8 December 2001, Santa Clara County, California
Buried: Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Los Altos, Santa Clara County, California

James Bartholomew

The Hastings Star Gazette

James A. Bartholomew of Hastings, a retired Koch Refining Co. employee, died Oct. 31, 2006, in Hastings. He was 66 years old. He was born Jan. 2, 1940, in Fargo, N.D., the son of James F. and Irma (Nance) Bartholomew. He was a graduate of Fargo High School. He served in the United States Navy and was a 23-year employee of Koch Refining Co., now Flint Hills Resources. He loved to fish and build model airplanes. He married Ruth Myers Dec. 18, 1964, in Fargo. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; daughters, Sue (Lance) Lange of Red Wing and Joy (Jim) Nickels of Lake City; grandchildren, James and Clayton; sister, Nance (Charles) Grady of Omaha, Neb.; and nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents. A memorial service was held Nov. 3 at the United Methodist Church of Hastings, with the Rev. Mike Graham officiating. Interment was in Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Military honors were provided by the Fort Snelling Honor Guard. The Wise Family Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Thursday, November, 09, 2006 - The Hastings Star-Gazette - Obituaries (free view)

Contributed by classmate Andi Hunter Halgrimson

The Alumni Association Cynosure
Volume 23 Number 1 2008

James Bartholomew, 66, of Hastings, MN, passed away October 31, 2006. He was born January 2, 1940 in Fargo,ND the son of James F. and Irma (Nance) Bartholomew. He graduated from FCHS in 1958. James served in the United States Navy and was a 23-year employee of Koch Refining Co. (now Flint Hills Resources). He married Ruth Myers December 18, 1964, in Fargo. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; two daughters; two grandchildren; sister, Nance, '64 (Charles) Grady of Omaha, NE; nieces nephews and friends.

Faith Baumgardner

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo

Margaret "Faith" Lewis
October 25, 1939 - August 03, 2015

Heaven gained the most beautiful and sweetest wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend on August 03, 2015. Margaret Faith Lewis 75, passed from our loving hands into the Lord’s at Rosewood in Fargo, North Dakota. She was surrounded by the love of her family, amazing nurses and several members of the clergy.

The world was truly blessed on October 25, 1939 when Margaret Faith Baumgardner, was born to John and Alice Baumgardner in Barnesville, Minnesota. She was the second daughter of 12 children. Faith began life in Barnesville and resided for a few short years there. Then the family was moved to a farm in Sabin, Minnesota and lived there for several years. Finally, John and Alice moved the family to Fargo, North Dakota where they permanently resided . Faith attended St Mary’s Catholic School and then Fargo Central High and graduated in May 1958. She then married the love of her life John Delbert Lewis on June 27, 1958 and gave birth to three daughters, Julie, Jennifer and Kristie. Jack and Faith purchased their first home in the Golden Ridge Development in Fargo, North Dakota and went camping every weekend down at their lake lot at Poss’s Beach on Lake Lizzie in Minnesota. They lived in Fargo until 1978 until they found and bought their dream home in Pelican Rapids. They lived in Pelican until in 2001 when they had to let their beautiful home go as it was flooded by rising water. They then moved back to Fargo and were currently residing at HighPointe Apartments on Broadway.

Faith worked during high school at Hornbacher’s in Moorhead and babysitting for Bougler’s. After graduation she worked briefly at Antonio’s Grotto on Broadway until landing her career as a Credit Manager at Cummins Diesel in West Fargo. She worked for numerous years at Cummins until accepting her job at Lake Region Electric in Pelican Rapids where she worked until she retired.

Faith had a passion for life, and strong love of family and religion. Everyone who knew or came into contact with her loved her instantly for her quick wit and charm. She enjoyed spending time with her family, racing 3/4 midget cars in the powder puff league where she won several trophies, gardening, canning, cooking, baking fresh bread, rolls and doughnuts, camping, fishing, feeding and watching the hummingbirds. She collected hummingbird memorabilia and had an extensive collection of porcelain Nuns called “Heavenly Habits” by Deb Wood.

Faith is survived by, the love of her life for 57 years John Lewis, Fargo, three daughters Julie (Duane) Severson, Pelican Rapids, Jennifer (Todd) Fiedler, Pelican Rapids and Kristie Lewis, Fargo. She was blessed with 3 grandchildren whom she loved dearly, Jordan Severson, Fargo, Faith and Jackson Fiedler, Pelican Rapids. She is also survived by her siblings Kathleen (Roger) Savageau, Apple Valley, Darlene (Howard) Bradsteen, Woodbury, Betty Jean Holland, Fargo, Frank (Phyllis) Baumgardner, St Paul, Patrick (Marcia) Baumgardner, St Paul, Mike (Sharon) Baumgardner, Fargo, Russ (Sylvia) Baumgardner, Fargo, Jim Baumgardner, Fargo, Mark (Bonnie) Baumgardner, Moorhead. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Faith was preceded in death by both her parents John and Alice Baumgardner, her mother and father in law Bertha Holmes and Nathan Lewis. Her sister in laws Donna Rae Carlton, Rocky Baumgardner and Janice Lewis, brother in law Lawerence “Snoose” Lewis, niece Taryn Baumgardner and nephews Howie Bradsteen and Scott Baumgardner.

Funeral mass will be held at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Fargo at 9:00 a.m. on August 15, 2015 and final resting place will be at Holy Cross Cemetery.

Beverly Bayliss

Wright Funeral Home, Moorhead Minnesota

Beverly Jean Moore passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at Sanford Hospital at the age of 72.

Beverly was born November 22, 1940, the daughter of Sidney and Ruby (Lee) Bayliss.

Beverly spent her early years on a farm near Alice, ND and in the big white house in Enderlin, ND. By school age, the family moved to Fargo where she attended school and graduated.

On May 25, 1958 she married Charles B. Moore. They made their home in Glyndon, MN.Together they had three daughters.

As a young mother, Beverly was active in Glyndon Congregational Church and also taught Sunday school. After her daughters started school she worked for a time at the Highway Host in Glyndon and for many years she worked at the Glyndon Elementary School in the library.
In 1979 Beverly (BJ) and Charlie started a custom printing business, "Caps and Moore", located in Moorhead, MN. They closed the business in 2005 and retired due to health issues. Soon after, they moved to Fairmont Assisted Living where Beverly lived until she passed away.

Beverly is survived by her two daughters, Laurie Gregor of Barnesville, MN and Julie Church of Glyndon, MN; 3 grandchildren, Michael (Sandra) Sherman of Mapleton, ND, T.Jay (Karissa) Gregor of Barnesville, MN and Michelle Sherman of Fargo, ND; one sister, LaRon (Michael) Adkins of Battle Lake, MN; 2 brothers, Bernel (Janet) Bayliss of Minneapolis, MN and Dan (Carman) Bayliss of Elk River, MN and six great-grandchildren.

Beverly was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, her cherished daughter, Charlene Anne, and son-in-law of 31 years Merlin Church.

Memorial Gathering: Monday, September 23, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. at Wright Funeral Home, Moorhead, MN.

Memorial Service: Monday, September 23, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. at Wright Funeral Home, Moorhead, MN.

- See more (including video) at: Wright Funeral Home Web Page for Beverly

Source: Fargo High School Alumni Association Cynosure Newsletter, Volume 29, Number 1 2014:
Beverly Jean Bayliss Moore, 72, passed away September 19, 2013, in Fargo, ND. She was born November 22, 1940, the daughter of Sidney and Ruby (Lee) Bayliss. Beverly spent part of her childhood in Alice, ND, and Enderlin, ND. She moved to Fargo, ND, and graduated from FCHS in 1958. On May 25, 1958, she married Charles B. Moore and the couple made their home in Glyndon, MN. For many years Beverly worked at the Glyndon Elementary School library. In 1979 Beverly and husband Charlie started a custom printing business. The business was closed in 2005. Beverly is survived by two daughters; three grandchildren; a sister, LaRon (Michael) Adkins '64, Battle Lake, MN; two brothers, Bernel (Janet) Baylis, Minneapolis, MN, Dan (Carman) Bayliss of Elk River, MN; and six great-grandchildren. Beverly was a Secretary for F.H.A. while attending FCHS.

Rita Bergh

The obituaries are the same at the Fargo Forum Inforum, Hanson-Runsvold, and Arizona Republic.
13 June 2010

Rita L. Bergo died peacefully Thursday morning, June 10, of heart complications in Denver, Colorado, at the home of her daughter, Cassandra, and son-in-law, Dennis Valdez.

Rita Bergh was born on February 9, 1940, to Ruben Bergh, mother unknown, in Pierre, South Dakota. In 1942, she moved to Comstock, Minnesota, and the next year to Fargo, North Dakota, where she attended grade school and junior high school. She graduated from Central High School in 1958. She met Gordon Bergo in February 1959 at Interstate Business College in Fargo, and after a year and a half of courtship they were married on May 21, 1960. They recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

The love of Rita's life was her four grandsons and giving advice to their mothers on how they should be raised. Rita spent endless hours in her kitchen making special assorted candies, and she loved to cook large meals and entertain. Her other passion was playing any kind of games for nickels, but she especially enjoyed her many hands of Bridge with friends three to four times a week.

She is survived by her husband Gordie, son Steve Bergo, daughter Julie Bergo, and daughter Jill Patton and son-in-law Chris Patton, all of Phoenix, Arizona, and daughter Cassandra Valdez and son-in-law Dennis Valdez of Littleton, Colorado. Her four grandsons are Carter Patton, 10, and Ben Patton, 6, and Oliver Valdez, 3, and Oscar Valdez, who is a 1 year old and of course 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'.

Visitation: Monday, June 14, 2010 from 5:00-7:00 PM at Hanson-Runsvold Funeral Home, Fargo, ND.

Funeral: Tuesday, June 15, 2010, 1:00 PM at Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, ND. A reception with cake and coffee will follow in the Fellowship Hall.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donation can be made to Rita and Gordie's, Community of Grace Church Bldg-Fund, 20783 North 83rd Avenue, Suite 103-621, Peoria, AZ 85382.

The Alumni Association Cynosure
Volume 25 Number 2 2010

Rita L. Bergh Bergo, 70, of Peoria, AZ, passed away June 10, 2010, in Denver, Colorado. Rita was born on February 9, 1940, to Ruben Bergh, mother unknown, in Pierre, SD. Rita attended grade school and junior high in Fargo, and graduated from FCHS in 1958. On May 21, 1960 she was united in marriage to Gordon Bergo. The couple recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. She enjoyed entertaining, cooking and Bridge. Rita is survived by her husband, Gordie, a son; three daughters; and four grandsons. Rita participated in: A Cappella; Sophomore Chorus; Intramural sports; Pep Club; G.A.C.; Harlequin; "Medley of Moods" chorus; "Sweethearts" chorus; "The Desert Song" production staff.

Charleen Bergstrom

Braman Mortuary, Omaha, Nebraska
26 December 2010

Charleen Ann Brown
1/21/1941 - 12/26/2010

BROWN, Charleen A. age 69 years of Omaha passed away December 26, 2010.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Michael Brown.

Charleen is survived by her children, Dale (Jill) Urich, Heidi (Roger) Chable, Eric Brown; grandchildren, Shealee, Casandra & Garrett.

Visitation, Thursday 4-8 PM at Braman Mortuary (72nd St. Chapel).

Funeral Service, Friday, 11:00AM at the Mortuary.

Inurnment with her loving husband will be at Riverside Cemetery in Fargo, ND at a later date.

Memorials can be directed to the family.

Marilyn Bierman

Fargo Forum
11 June 1989

The funeral for Marilyn M. Dahl, 49, Heritage Hills Estates, Fargo, will be at 10 Tuesday in Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, with burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Fargo. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 Monday in Ivers-Landblom funeral home, Fargo, and one hour before services in the church. She died June 9, 1989.
Marilyn M. Bierman was born March 20, 1940, in Fargo, where she grew up and attended school. She attended North Dakota State University, where she studied home economics. She married Robert S. Dahl Nov. 1, 1959, in Fargo, where they made their home. In 1979, she joined the Fargo Community Health Center, working as a nurses assistant for 10 years.
She is survived by her husband; four sons; Steven M., at home; Jeffrey N., 1221 13 1/2 St. S., Fargo; Michael R., 1806 4th Ave. E., West Fargo; and Keith R., 1516 8th Ave. N., Fargo; a daughter Catherine M. (Mrs. Jim) Drummond, 2001 3rd Ave. E., West Fargo; and a sister, Carol (Mrs. Charles) Dattlebaum, Eagle River, Wis.

Contributed by classmate Andrea Hunter Halgrimson

Meredith Bloedel

Funeral Alternatives of Washington

Meredith "Doug" Bloedel, 70, died Tuesday February 2, 2010, at Roo-lan Healthcare Center, Lacey, Wa. after a long illness.
Meredith "Doug" Bloedel was born in Jamestown, ND. July 29, 1939, the son of Charles and Vivian Bloedel. On November 27, 1963 he married Carol Nixdorf at Solem Lutheran Church, Hawley, Mn. They moved to Shelton, Wa. in November, 1968. They moved to Lacey, Wa. in June, 1971. In May 2004, they sold their home and moved to Mountain Green Mobile Park. Doug enjoyed living here and made a lot of great friends. He was Vice President of the Homeowners Association for 2 years.
Doug was preceded in death by his father in 1986 and son Charles in 1964. Doug is survived by his wife Carol, a daughter Becky Bogue (Blaine) Olympia, Wa., 2 sons Mark Bloedel, Camano Island, Wa., Stephen Bloedel (Kacee), Lynnwood, Wa. 7 Grandchildren; Marcus & Kylie (Mark), Bonnie, Blaine, Brittany (Becky), Ethan and Allison (Stephen). Great Grandchild ? Bradley 2 weeks old (Bonnie). Brothers Robert (Dorothy) and Michael (Diane) Bloedel.
Doug was a printer by trade most of his working life. He worked for the Washington State Printer and Weyerhauser printing until they sold out. He then went to school to get his license to drive truck from coast to coast. He retired in 2001 and enjoyed life. In his early years he enjoyed boating with a lot of friends. He was Commodore of the Capital Cruising Club, and belonged to South Sound Cruising Club and Olympia Yacht Club for many years. He spent many summer vacations in the San Juan Islands. A lot of time was spent after retirement traveling to Arizona, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Wisconsin. His final dream was to go back to Arizona but was unable to.
The family of Meredith "Doug" Bloedel greatfully acknowledges your attendance at the celebration of life and many kind expressions of sympathy during their time of loss.

Lee W. Brandvig

Born: 10 July 1939
Died: 16 September 1988; Snohomish, Snohomish County, Washington

Jerald Brantseg

Unknown, Undated Source

The funeral for Jerry Brantseg, 48, Coon Rapids, Minn., formerly Fargo, will be Wednesday in Coon Rapids, with burial in Minneapolis. He died Friday in his home. He is survived by his wife, Jane; and area survivors include his parents, Red and Ruby Brantseg, 1438 7th Ave. S., Fargo; and a sister, Becky Ingberg, 266 Prairiewood Drive, Fargo.
Web site note: Jerry was a GMG2 US Navy, Vietnam, born 24 Nov 1940, died 24 Feb 1989, and is buried in Veteran's Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis.

Contributed by classmate Ruth Engh Westrick

Bonnie Braseth

Fargo Forum, Undated

Bonnie Braseth Jones
The funeral for Bonnie Braseth Jones, 47, 51 Woodland Drive N.E., Fargo, will be at 1:30 Monday in Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, with burial in Riverside Cemetery, Fargo. Visitation will be from 1 to 9 Sunday, with a prayer service at 7, in Ivers-Landblom Funeral Home, Fargo, and one hour before services in the church. She died Thursday.
Bonnie J. Braseth was born Aug. 6, 1940, in Fargo, where she grew up and graduated from Fargo Central High School in 1958. She attended St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., where she received a bachelor of science degree from the school of nursing in 1962. She worked as a registered nurse in Palo Alto and Northridge, Calif., and in 1969 moved to Eugene, Ore., where she worked as the health nurse for Lane County Health Services. She moved to Moorhead in 1971 and later lived in Corvallis, Ore. She returned to Fargo in 1980.
She is survived by two daughters. Sarah Jean Jones, North Weible Hall, North Dakota State University, and Kathyrn Elizabeth Jones, Bloomsburg, Pa.; her parents, Bill and Bernice Braseth, 51, Woodland Drive N.E., Fargo; and two sisters, Claudia (Mrs. Dave) McCulloch, Lombard, Ill.; and Jeanette (Mrs. Peter) Granger, Las Vegas, Nev

Contributed by classmate Ruth Engh Westrick

Sharon Raye Burkhart

Born: 16 February 1941
Died: 19 April 2016

Sharon Raye Grossmann was living in Colorado and has one son. Sharon attended Clara Barton elementary and Agassiz Junior School. She was in the Quill and Scroll; Orchestra; Girls' Glee Club; Sophomore Chorus; Intramural Sports; Cynosure of the Air; Cynosure Bi-weekly; Library Editor; Pep and Science Clubs, Medical; Harlequin; Tripolitar; "Medley of Moods," Cast, Production Staff; "Sweethearts," Production Staff.