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Muriel  Dulski

Muriel (Georgeson) Dulski, 79 of Yankton, SD (formerly of Perham, MN) died Sunday, November 25, 2018, at the Centerville Care & Rehab Center in Centerville, SD.
Muriel was the third of seven children born to Emma (Hill) and Eugene Georgeson. She was born December 8, 1938 at home on the family farm west and north of Viborg, SD.
She attended country school until her parents moved to Mission Hill, SD and then Yankton, SD., where she graduated from high school in 1957. After graduation she worked at the First Dakota National Bank in Yankton for Norm Gross.
In 1959 Muriel met the love of her life David Dulski and they were married December 29, 1959. David worked road construction which was helping build our interstate highways. This job took them to a few other states, like Iowa, Colorado and Wyoming, and then they moved back to Minnesota where they took over David’s father’s farm. They worked the farm together and raised their five children: Benita (Tony) Paul, David (Lisa) Dulski, Daylene (Casey) Elliott, Cory Dulski and Cindy Dulski.
Christian burial of Muriel’s cremains will take place in Perham, MN with family and friends in May 2019.
Muriel is survived by bothers Bob Georgeson (Yankton, SD), Roger (Rhonda) Georgeson (Yankton, SD), sisters Darlene Lippert (Rapid City, SD), Bonnie Harmon (Centerville, SD), Lillian Georgeson (Yankton, SD), sister-in-law Rita Langham (Mesa, AZ), her five children and their spouses, 12 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
Muriel was preceded in death by an infant sister (Paulina), her parents Emma and Eugene Georgeson, husband David Dulski, sister-in-law Martina Riddering (AZ), in-laws Stella and Martin Dulski (Perham, MN), brothers-in-law John Riddering (AZ), Jim Harmon (Centerville, SD) and Herb Lippert (Rapid City, SD).

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