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July 2012

FARRIS-Robert L. "Bob" "Chick,"

FARRIS-Robert L. "Bob." "Chick." 63. Visitation 4 p.m., vigil service 7 p.m., both July 23 at the funeral home. Funeral Mass 11:15 a.m., July 24 at St. Cecilia Cathedral. Survived by wife, Nancy A. Farris; son, Chuck Farris; daughters, Kathleen "Katie" Farris, and Theresa "Tess" Farris; two grandchildren; mother, Evelyn M. Farris, North Bend; brothers and sisters-in-law, Gary and Terri Farris, and William "Bill" and Kris Farris; sisters and brothers-in-law, Sharon and Bob Agress, and Margaret Ann "Mag" and Larry Meier. Memorials to the family.

CONNELL-Lorna Jean

CONNELL-Lorna Jean, 75. Visitation 10 a.m., funeral Mass 11 a.m., both July 23 at St. Gerald Church. Interment Chariton Cemetery, Chariton, Iowa. Preceded in death by husband, Stan Connell; parents, Loren and Loretta (Wilson) Shikoski; parents-in-law, Stan Connell Sr. and Betty Amundson. Survived by children and spouses, Michelle and Dave Nylen, West Des Moines, Iowa, Tom and Karen Connell, Marshalltown, Iowa, and Kathy and Nick Steinbach; seven grandsons; granddaughter; partner, Ervin Gustin; four great-grandsons; great-granddaughter. Memorials to Hospice House or St. Gerald School.

CHEREK-Barbara A.

CHEREK-Barbara A., 60. Funeral Mass July 23 at Holy Cross Church. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery. Preceded in death by mother, Dolores. Survived by father, George Cherek; best friend, Dianne Pavelka; sister and brother-in-law, Mary and Dave Hayes; niece.


BLACK-Jesse F.

BLACK-Jesse F., 87. Funeral Mass July 21 at St. Vincent de Paul Church. Preceded in death by son, Paul Black.

Survived by wife, Jean Black; children, Chuck Black, Chester Black, Gary Black and Jim Black; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Memorials to St. Bernard Church.


THOMPSON-Delores Ann (Mulherin, Richardson, Nano)

THOMPSON-Delores Ann (Mulherin, Richardson, Nano), 78. Funeral Mass July 20 at the funeral home. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Survived by daughters and sons-in-law, Karen and Tim Conn, Cindy and Darrell Lamb, Joanie and Scott Dergan, Nancy and Kimball Kinnersley and Chrissy and Scott Gruttemeyer, Bedford, Iowa; sons and daughters-in-law, Jerry and Shirley Richardson, and Kevin and Sharon Richardson; 19 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; great-great-granddaughter; brothers and sisters-in-law, Dennis and Lee Mulherin, and Larry and Anita Mulherin.


CAVLOVIC-Linda K., 66. Funeral Mass July 20 at Holy Cross Church. Private entombment Resurrection Mausoleum. Preceded in death by husband, Francis John "Cork" Cavlovic, DDS; parents, Theodore and Mable Gertsch; father-in-law, John Francis Cavlovic. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, David and Kerri Cavlovic; daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and Ken Heinrich; eight grandsons; sister and brother-in-law, Doris and Norm Hoveling; sisters-in-law and brother-in-law, Suzanne Cavlovic, and Cynthia and Nicholas Blake; nephews; niece; great-nephews; mother-in-law, Eleanor Cavlovic.

JARECKI-Ila Jean (Rose)

JARECKI-Ila Jean (Rose), 83. Memorial service July 20 at the funeral home. Interment St. Mary Magdalene Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Edward Jarecki Sr.; sons, Joseph and Thomas; grandson, Keith Jarecki. Survived by children and spouse, Edward and Claire Jarecki Jr., David Jarecki, Rosemary Jarecki, Christine Jarecki, Mary Jean Viola, Roger Jarecki and partner, Mary Olson; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; sister, Donna Patten; nephew; honorary daughter, Patty Hyde.



JENSEN-W. James "Jim,"

JENSEN-W. James "Jim," 98. Funeral Mass July 20 at St. Philip Neri Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by wife, H. Katherine Jensen; daughter, Lynn Hill; son, John A. Jensen. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, Philip and Vonita Jensen; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews.Memorials to the church.


Priest urges Catholic Daughters to serve as role models, share their faith

"Would I know from walking in the elevator with you or sitting next to you in a restaurant that you're in love with your Roman Catholic faith?"

That was a question Father Jim Sichko, pastor of St. Mark Parish in Richmond, Ky., asked more than 1,000 women in his speech opening the July 18-21 Catholic Daughters of the America's 54th Biennial National Convention in Omaha.


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