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ENGAGEMENT: Stroot-Janke

Ronald and Donna Stroot (Euclid, MN) announce the engagement of their daughter Erica Stroot, to Tyler Janke, son of Jeffery and Christine Janke (Frazee, MN). Erica is a 2001 graduate of Crookston High School. She graduated from the University of ...

Ronald and Donna Stroot (Euclid, MN) announce the engagement of their daughter Erica Stroot, to Tyler Janke, son of Jeffery and Christine Janke (Frazee, MN). Erica is a 2001 graduate of Crookston High School. She graduated from the University of Minnesota-Crookston with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management in 2005. She is currently employed by Perot Systems as an Annuity Associate in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Tyler is a 2000 graduate of Frazee High School. He graduated from the University of Minnesota-Crookston with a Bachelors Degree in Natural Resources Management in 2004. He completed his Master of Science in Wetland Ecology in 2006 from the University of North Dakota. He is currently employed by The Nature Conservancy as a Wetland Restoration Specialist in Syracuse, Nebraska.

A June 7, 2008 wedding is planned at St Paul's Lutheran Church in Crookston, MN. The couple makes their home in Burr, NE.

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