GRZYWA-Florian A., 83. Funeral Mass Feb. 23 at St. Stanislaus Church. Interment St. John Cemetery, Bellevue. Preceded in death by infant daughter, Mary; parents, Albert and Rose Grzywa.
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JULIANO-Ralph, 80. Funeral Mass Feb. 24 at Christ the King Church. Preceded in death by parents, Ralph and Rose Juliano; wife, Mary Juliano; son, Anthony “Tony” Juliano; brother, Michael Juliano.
STEHNO-Frank E., 86. Funeral Mass Feb. 25 at St. Robert Bellarmine Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by wife, Patricia A. (Wais) Stehno; parents, Frank and Anastasia (Kucirek) Stehno; brother, Don Stehno; sister, Dorothy Skavril. Survived by sons and daughters-in-law, Frank P. and Anne Stehno, Richard J. and Rose Stehno, and Joseph E.
TESHACK-Cecilia S., 86. Funeral Mass Feb. 25 at St. Gerald Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Jack E. Teshack; parents, Frank and Clara Stilmock; sister, Lavonne Gates; brother, Frank Stilmock.
Becky Heim Waszgis of Murphy, Texas, left, purchases a box of candy from seniors Olivia Zeman, Charlotte Reilly and Bridget Sayles during Mercy High School’s annual FIESTA fundraiser Feb. 7 in Omaha. More than 500 people attended the dinner and auction and helped the school raise $295,000 for tuition assistance and technology upgrades.
ZANER-Sister Kathleen, RSM, 77. Funeral Mass Feb. 23 at Mercy Villa. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Preceded in death by parents, Daniel W. and Vincentine (Bruns) Zaner; brother, Don Zaner. Survived by Sisters of Mercy Community; brothers, Dan, Bob, Tom, Charlie and Jim Zaner; sisters, Vincentine “Sis” Stockman and Margie Flattery; nieces; nephews.
Staring at the picked-over rack of Valentine cards the afternoon of Feb. 13, panic might best have described my mental state. But perhaps that’s a little strong. Very stressed … that might be more appropriate.
This "action needed" statement is provided by Greg Schleppenbach in place of his regular column, "Faithful, Watchful Citizens." – The Editor
Jared Nigrin, a senior at Roncalli Catholic High School in Omaha, can’t wait for spring – and not just because of graduation.
John Gajewski and Jim Boggess have been involved in music and theater for a long time.