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August 2017

STRATMAN-Geraldine “Geri” (Frost)

STRATMAN-Geraldine “Geri” (Frost), 87. Mass of Christian Burial Sept. 2 at St. Pius X Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Ray; parents, Phil and Christina Frost; sisters, Joan Waldron, Lorraine Markling, and Sr. Lucille Frost O.P.; brother, Rev. Arthur W. Frost; infant granddaughter, Emily Stratman.

KLANDERUD-Ethan J.

KLANDERUD-Ethan J., 19. Funeral service Sept. 2 at St. Columbkille Church. Interment Cedar Dale Cemetery. Preceded in death by grandfather, James Gregerson. Survived by parents, Eric and Anita Klanderud; brothers, Maxwell and Zachary Klanderud; grandparents, Kay Gregerson, Larry and Marlys Klanderud; other relatives, friends.

KORISKO LARKIN STASKIEWICZ


Seventh-grader Carly Freeman of St. Bernadette School in Bellevue takes in the sight of a solar eclipse Aug. 21 at a special, opening-days-of-school gathering of Catholic school students on a farm near Tecumseh, Neb., to watch the rare, astronomical event.

Students, others marvel at solar eclipse

Hugging two close friends as the sun dropped its blinding light into a blazing white corona around the blackened orb of the moon, Alondra Padilla couldn’t stop gazing, and smiling.


Sophomore Lauren (Lolo) Hacker, center, chats with classmates Jacquie Smith, left, and Emmy Kmiecik as they leave Marian High School in Omaha at the end of the school day Aug. 23. Photo by Mike May/Staff.

Young cancer survivor celebrates life

It’s a new school year for Lauren Hacker – and a particularly special one as she savors a healthy start to her sophomore year at Marian High School in Omaha.

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