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04/10/2021 04:47AM  
Real Ely character.
Helped tear down Basswood lodge, and use it to make floor of the cookshack at Canadian Border Outfitters.
Was bass player in the Electra's.
Was owner of Cranberries Saloon in Ely (place to be in 1970's -80's)
Spent more time in BWCA than most of us will.
Passed one week ago...Goodbye Earl, my friend... hope to see you again.
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04/10/2021 08:18AM  
So sorry for your loss. Sounds like the type of guy we'd all love to know.
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04/10/2021 08:51AM  
Sorry for your loss Stumpy. He sounded like an great guy.

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04/10/2021 10:36AM  
Very sorry, Stumpy. A loss for you and the community. I bet he had some stories!

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04/10/2021 12:08PM  
One of the all time best.
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04/10/2021 06:16PM  
Hey Stumpy. I'm sorry to hear of Earl's passing. I love that he repurposed historic lumber for the CBO building. Priceless man, priceless lumber.
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04/10/2021 06:30PM  
Sorry to hear of the loss of your friend. I never met him but ate at cranberries several times and really enjoyed it. A great loss for Ely.
04/10/2021 08:50PM  
Very sad loss indeed. His stepson is our fire chief here in Goodland. Very nice family and Earl was very much loved by all who knew him. It was good to hear more of his accomplishments stumpy. Thanks!
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04/11/2021 09:05AM  
Earl the Pearl RIP.
Ely is not the same as is was back when Earl owned and bartended at Cranberry's. Nor will it ever be the same without Earls bass echoing down Ely streets on weekend nights. Earl had spent the winter living in Texas and playing with a band down there.

P.S. Thanks Earl for never throwing me out of Cranberry's.
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