Services Held In Mpls. For Triple Murder Victims

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Funerals were held Tuesday morning for three members of one family killed inside a home day care.

DeLois Brown and her parents, James and Clover Bolden, were found dead last week in their Brooklyn Park home.

A mother who had dropped off her toddler at the home on April 9 saw a suspicious man and decided to go back. That’s when she found the bodies.

Services were held Tuesday morning at the Church of Minneapolis.

Family and friends remembered the Boldens as proud grandparents to 107, great-grandparents to 76 and great-great-grandparents to nine.

The Boldens were married for 61 years, and will be buried in East St. Louis, Ill., which they originally called home.

Friends and family also remembered them as avid gardeners who were very active in their church, St. Matthew’s Baptist Church.

Their daughter, DeLois Brown, was also remembered at the services. She was the one running the in-home day care. She also once worked at General Mills.

A memorial fund has also been set-up at any Bremer Bank. Donations will go to support the needs of the family.

No one has yet been arrested in the case.

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