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June 2009

LOUKOTA-Edward A.

LOUKOTA-Edward A., 79. Funeral Mass June 1 at St. James Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by wife, Barbara Loukota. Survived by children and spouses, Dave and Lorie Loukota, Dan and Stacy Loukota, Doug and Leora Loukota, Denise and Gary Harms, and Richard and Reiko Loukota; 13 grandchildren; sister, Anne Wentz; nieces; nephews. Memorials to St. Joseph School for Indians in Chamberlain, SD.

HEAFEY-HEAFEY-HOFFMANN

DWORAK-CUTLER

GREEN-Julie M.

GREEN-Julie M., 59. Funeral Mass June 1 at St. John Church on Creighton Campus. Preceded in death by brother-in-law, Don Green. Survived by husband, Robert Green; children and spouses, Michelle Jason Wild, and Bryan F. Green; parents, Antone and Veronica Jablonski; sister and brother-in-law, Wanda and Paul Galus; mother-in-law, Irene Green; in-laws, Mary Jo and Darrell Klien, Leo and Sandy Green, Tom and Collette Green, Theresa and Tom Scherer, and Jerlyn and Arlan Christensen; nieces; nephews.

JOHN A. GENTLEMAN

DUTCH-Margaret L.

DUTCH-Margaret L., 87. Funeral Mass June 1 at St. Thomas More Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Preceded in death by parents, Vince and Louise Dwyer; husband, Oliver "Bud" Dutch; brothers, Robert Dwyer and Paul Dwyer, sister, Mary Kennedy; grandson, Michael Jensen. Survived by sister and brother-in-law, Pat and Dick Hiserodt; children and spouses, Tom and Donna Dutch, Dan and Patty Dutch, Susie and Roy Rayner, and Mary and Les Jensen; 11 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews. Memorials to the family.

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BUCHER-Dorothy H.

BUCHER-Dorothy H., 90. Funeral Mass June 1 at New Cassel Chapel. Preceded in death by husband, George F. Bucher. Survived by children and spouses, Bill and Barbara Bucher, Mary Sue and John Volanto, and Jan Bucher and Steve Blons; sister-in-law, Bernice Zieg; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; cousins. Memorials to St. Bernard Church or Marion High School Foundation.

JOHN A. GENTLEMAN

Monastery addition improves Elkhorn monks' living space

The new East wing of Mount Michael Benedictine Monastery in Elkhorn has Abbot Michael Liebl, OSB, grateful to donors who made the $4 million project possible.

Funded by the "Journey's End ... Just the Beginning" Capital Campaign, the addition houses private rooms for 20 monks, a community room, dining room and kitchen.

Meco Henne Contracting, Inc. did the work, which began in the fall of 2006. Monks began moving into the space in March of 2008, and the public toured the wing at an open house last month.

Monastery addition improves Elkhorn monks' living space

The new East wing of Mount Michael Benedictine Monastery in Elkhorn has Abbot Michael Liebl, OSB, grateful to donors who made the $4 million project possible.

Funded by the "Journey's End ... Just the Beginning" Capital Campaign, the addition houses private rooms for 20 monks, a community room, dining room and kitchen.

Meco Henne Contracting, Inc. did the work, which began in the fall of 2006. Monks began moving into the space in March of 2008, and the public toured the wing at an open house last month.

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