BROWN-Henry G. “Hank,” 81. Memorial Mass July 15 at Christ the King Church. Preceded in death by parents, Leo and Gladys Brown; sisters, Marjorie Brown, Beverly Standeven, Barbara Linton and Dorothy Brown; brothers, Leo and Richard Brown. Survived by wife, Eileen E. Brown; daughters, Shauna Roling, and Kim and Chris Sorensen; three grandchildren; great granddaughter.
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WALTERS-Marguerite M., 78. Memorial Mass July 16 at St. Wenceslaus Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Preceded in death by daughter, Susan Walters; parents, Otto and Catherine Beehner; sister, Bernice Beehner.
MARTINEZ-Anthony Michael, 39. Funeral Mass July 16 at St. Frances Cabrini Church. Interment St. Mary Magdalene Cemetery. Survived by father, Guadalupe Martinez and Marcella of Denver, Colo.; mother, Christina Martinez of Bellevue; sister, Melissa Martinez; nephews; nieces; grandmother, Ascension Ayala; uncles; aunts; cousins; friends. Memorials to the family.
LeSEURE-Yvonne L. “Eve,” 88. Funeral Mass July 15 at St. Wenceslaus Church. Private family Interment Calvary Cemetery, Quincy, Ill. Preceded in death by husband, Frank LeSeure. Survived by children and spouses, Jerry and Betty LeSeure, Renee and Gary Liebig, and Bonnie and Mike Lansing; six grandchildren; six great grandchildren; nieces; nephews; friends.
JANEVICK-Tena DePetro, 98. Funeral Mass July 16 at St. Frances Cabrini Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Al Janevick; parents, Salvatore and Maria DePetro; brothers and sisters-in-law, Joseph and Betty, Sebastian and Kathleen, and Angelo “Jim” and Mary; sister, Louise.
DUNN-Mary Lou, 87. Funeral Mass July 16 at Christ the King Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Robert W. Dunn. Survived by children and spouses, Barbara and Stephen Adams, Patricia and John Millar, Mary Elizabeth and Jeff Wilson, Paul Dunn, and John Dunn; four grandchildren; nieces; nephews; friends.
A song that has etched itself onto millions of hearts – “On Eagle’s Wings” – is commemorated on two plaques at St. Robert Bellarmine Parish in Omaha, where it was first performed at a funeral nearly 40 years ago.
A special unveiling was held July 8 at the church.
About 170 seminarians studying on the Creighton University campus in Omaha saw news about deadly tornadoes striking northeast Nebraska June 16, and they prayed for the victims.
Twenty-four of them decided to do more.
As a boy, James Noonen learned Latin and became an altar server at Sacred Heart Parish in Emerson.
Noonen moved to Omaha at age 17, and decades later, while in his 70s, he embraced the role again.