Greg Jolstad, 45, was one of 18 construction workers on the bridge working for Progressive Contractors Inc. The other 17 survived the collapse. Seven suffered injuries, but none critical. Also Monday, Gov. Tim Pawlenty asked President Bush to declare the collapse a major disaster, which would make the state eligible for more federal money. The governor said the emergency response costs alone would be more than $8 million. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Gregory Jolstad, nicknamed “Jolly,” was on the construction crew that was resurfacing the bridge when it fell Aug. 1 during the evening rush hour. Jolstad, 45, was driving a skid loader, commonly known by the brand name Bobcat. Divers had gone back in the water early Monday, and Jolstad’s wife, Lisa Jolstad, had said officials vowed to continue until they found her husband. The recovery, announced by the Hennepin County medical examiner, ends the search for bodies and allows construction crews to proceed with removing the collapsed pieces of the bridge. “There aren’t a lot of smiles here tonight,” said Sheriff Rich Stanek, who was overseeing the search. “We all have very heavy hearts. It weighed on a lot of people, both personally and professionally.” Stanek said that he spoke with Lisa Jolstad about the recovery and that “she appreciated very much both the dignity and respect we afforded those families.” MINNEAPOLIS: Now crews can proceed with cleaning up after the collapse, which killed 13. By Patrick Condon THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MINNEAPOLIS – The remains of the last person missing after a bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River nearly three weeks ago have been found, authorities said Monday, bringing the official death toll to 13 and relief to the only family still awaiting word on a missing loved one.