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Happy 2nd Birthday Kannon! Albert (Al) and Kannon Axel Anker
celebrated his second birthday on June 23, 2011.
of Mason City were married July 6, 1941, at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Webster City.
Congratulations Megan! Megan Pederson graduated May 14, 2011, from the University of Iowa with highest distinction and honors, earning a bachelor of science in nursing and a minor in Spanish.
Married Amy Nosbisch and Gary Clark were united in marriage on June 18, 2011, at the Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa.
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Together they have found a friendship, raised a family and built a beautiful marriage. July 5th marks 25 years of a fantastic life together! We have been blessed with such loving parents.
MASON CITY — Albert (Al) and Mary Shipman of Mason City were married on July 6, 1941, at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Webster City. They will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary with a family dinner. The couple’s children and their spouses are Marianne (Mike) White of Mason City, Linda (Thomas) Malloy of Jacksonville, Fla., Doug (Nora Anne) Shipman of Gulf Breeze, Fla. They also have five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
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The Becker Family, Joel, Jeff, Gayle and grandsons Ryan and Kyle, would like to invite friends and family to join Roger and Kathy Becker in celebrating their 50th anniversary, Saturday, July 9, 2011, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ventura Gun Club, Ventura, Iowa. They request no gifts.
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BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Kristin Brandau-Daidone and Massimiliano Daidone, of Brooklyn, N.Y., are the parents of a son, Dylan Leonardo Daidone, born at 3:51 a.m. April 23, 2011 at New York Downtown Hospital, New York, N.Y. He weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz., and was 19.5 inches long. Dylan is welcomed by Clark, Nosbisch grandparents Larry and Cindy Brandau, of Nora NASHUA — Amy Nosbisch and Gary Clark were unitSprings, and Ventura, ed in marriage on June 18, 2011, at the Little Brown Iowa, and Ernesto and Church in Nashua, Iowa. Amy is the daughter of Tom Nosbisch of Des Moines, Fausta Daidone, of Trapani, Italy. Iowa, and Sandy Nosbisch of Mesa, Ariz. Gary is the son of James and Pat Clark of Jacksonville, Fla. Maid of honor was Pam Harlan and bridesmaid Casey Nosbisch. Happy 85th birthday Best men were Sid Harlan and Doug Clark. The ring bearer was Jeremiah Clark and Arianna HerLola! nandez was the flower girl. Amy is employed by Serta Mattress in Clear Lake, Iowa. Gary is employed by Albretch Painting of Mason City, Iowa. The couple resides in Plymouth, Iowa.
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BRITT — Lola Eisenman, of Britt, will celebrate her 85th birthday July 10. She was born July 10, 1926, in Britt.
Thank you to everyone who helped make the benefit for Kathy (Snicker) Siefken a success. Special thanks to Thrivent Financial, to those who donated the amazing raffle items, prepared and served the meal, set up/cleaned up, sold tickets, provided food for the meal and bake sale, and designed the posters. Our community’s support for Snicker, Jay and family was overwhelming. Your generosity and kindness will always be remembered. — Team Snicker
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Hampe, 60 years The family of Mr. K (Alroy Krull) invites you to join them for an open house luncheon in honor of Mr. K’s (Alroy’s) 75th birthday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, July 10, at the First Reformed Church, Buffalo Center. He will turn 75, on July 12. Cards may be sent to: him at: 601 Second St. S.W., Buffalo Canter, IA 50424. No gifts are requested please, just your presence.
Happy Belated 60th Birthday Diane “Pidge” Steenblock Happy 60th birthday on July 4. We love you and thanks for all you do. — Betty, Steph, Bugs and Jason
Love You More! — Russ, Josh, Kathy, Avery, Taylor, Adam, Jackie, Adalyn, Shauna and Tony, Sandy and Mike
BRITT — James and Della (Rasmuson) Hampe will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at the United Methodist Church, 707 Fourth St. S.W., Britt. They were married June 22, 1951, at the United Methodist Church, Albert Lea, Minn. Anniversary greetings may be sent to them at 1245 250th St., Britt, IA 50423. The couple’s children and their spouses are DiAnn and Greg Reindl of Reedsville, Wis., and Daniel and Jackie Hampe of Ames. They have four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Please, no gifts; your attendance is our gift.
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The family of Cyndy (Allison) Perkins wishes to express their sincere gratitude and appreciation for the outpouring of love and support shown at the time of her passing. Words cannot convey how thankful we are to Dr. Hunt, Marie Cole and the staff of Mercy Hospital and Hospice of North Iowa for the exceptional care she received. Thank you to Ross at Major Erickson for making her passing a graceful occasion. Thank you to Becky, Pastor Kathy Graves and the staff of Trinity Lutheran Church. You cared for Cyndy as family and made her final journey a beautiful and loving tribute. Our many thanks for all the food, memorials and prayers as we traveled this journey. Cyndy’s celebration of life would not be complete without all of her friends there to support her and for that we truly are grateful.
LINDSEY BROOKING, of Clear Lake, Iowa, is the daughter of the late Brenda and Dennis Brooking of Clear Lake, Iowa. Lindsey graduated from Clear Lake High School and is attending Kaplan to become a medical assistant. JEREMIAS GONSALEZ, of Kiester, Minn., is the son of Peggy and Sal Gonsalez, of Kiester, Minn. Jeremias graduated from United South Central High School and NIACC with City, Iowa. an automotive degree. The wedding is planned Jeremias is employed by for the summer of 2012. Forest City Ford in Forest
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Thank You Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating our 50th anniversary and also for all the cards, gifts and good wishes. A special thank you to our daughters and their families for making it a special celebration. — Bob and Cindy Mary
Thank you Thank you to all our family and friends for the cards and good wishes we received in celebrating our 70th anniversary. — Carl and Shirley Kuhlers
Thank you The Friends of the 457 The Friends of the 457 would like to thank the sponsors, volunteers, Mason City YMCA, and community who made the
A special thank you to our friends and relatives for helping us to celebrate our 50th anniversary in a very special way. Also, thank you for all the cards and gifts. — Frank and Marguerite Brcka
Thank you Thank you so much for making our 60th anniversary so special. We appreciate your generosity and thoughtfulness. — Dean and Carmine Faust
Thank you We would like to thank everyone who remembered us with cards on our 60th anniversary. It was a big surprise and very much appreciated. — Dick and Ruth Kaduce
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS JAMMIES award EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. — JAXX, a rock band based in El Dorado Hills, Calif., took first place at the 2011 Sacramento JAMMIES Award Show. Lead guitarist is Nikkos Savas, grandson of Maria SavasO’Brien of Mason City. He is the son of Anthony and Terry Savas of El Dorado Hills. Anthony is a 1972 graduate of Mason City High School. The competition included as many as 50 high school age bands from all over the Sacramento, Calif., area. To be accepted, bands submitted a two-song CD of original material, followed by several rounds of “battle of the bands” competition. A final battle took place Friday, May 13, at the Crest Theater in Sacramento, in front of more than 750 people. JAXX’s classic rock and edgy blues includes 75 percent original material, along with a fog and laser light show. This summer, they will be opening for Led Zeppagain, a national Led Zepplin cover band, at the Ace of Spades in Sacramento. They are recording their first album.
She plans to attend the University of Missouri and pursue a career in broadcast journalism. The public can vote for Kaufman for America’s homecoming queen at www.americashomecomingqueen.com. America’s Homecoming Queen Inc., is a non-profit organization promoting education, and community service for high school homecoming queens.
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Dordt College scholarships SIOUX CENTER — Dordt College awarded scholarships to the following North Iowa students: CLEAR LAKE — Taylor Jurgens, honors scholarship. LELAND — Aric Moeller, men’s cross country, men’s track, and presidential scholarships. PLAINFIELD — J.C. Collins, football scholarship. THORNTON — Tiffany Bucknell, presidential scholarship.
Tom Fey, of Clear Lake, will be honored with a family dinner, marking his retirement, Sunday, July 3. Tom Fey was in education for eight years as a teacher, and 29 years as a school administrator.
THANK YOU Thank you Thank you to everyone for the beautiful cards, flowers, etc. on our 60th anniversary. Everything was very much enjoyed and appreciated! We’ve been very blessed. — Earl and Beryl Jorgensen
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sixth annual Cannonball Thank You Day one of the most sucMason City Evening Lions cessful and well attended The Mason City Evening so far. A special thanks to Lions extend a thank-you the parents who encourand appreciation to the aged their kids to run the community and East Hyfourth annual Cannonball Vee for the outstanding Kids Fun Run, challenge support of its fifth annual themselves with the Pedal Cannonball famous chick- Tractor Pull, and show off en BBQ. Both curbside ser- their talents in the Bill vice service and eating Riley State Fair Talent under the big tent saw a Search. record number of BBQ — Chairman: Dennis chickens served. Many Wilson thanks also to the volunteers who helped with the Thank You serving. All Lions’ profits The family of Eugene go towards community Bertelsen would like to projects with the greater thank everyone who proshare going to help those in vided words of encourageneed to acquire eye exami- ment, comfort, support, nations and glasses. Also a visits, cards, and gifts of large amount of used food this past year during glasses were left for the Gene’s illness and since his Lions used eye glass colpassing. The support of lection, which go to coun- our communities was tries where people have a greatly appreciated. great need for glasses and — Arlis Bertelsen can’t afford them. Lori and Rick Jorgensen — Mason City Terri and Kent Pals Evening Lions Sue and Bret Lage President Burton and families TeKippe
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Corsello, 50 years MASON CITY — James J. Corsello and Sharon L (Farris) Corsello of Mason City, Iowa, were married July 8, 1961, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 50th anniversary with an open house from 5 to 8 p.m. July 9, 2011, at Eastbrook Shelter House, 34 N. Yorktown Pike in Mason City, Iowa.
The couple’s children, their spouses, and grandchildren are Christine Corsello and partner Joy Davis of Presque, Maine; James Jr. and Terri Corsello and daughter Anna of Mason City, IA; Anthony and Kathy Corsello and children Logan, Taylor, Katie and A.J., of Mason City, IA. Cards may be sent to them at 34 N. Yorktown Pike, Mason City, Iowa. The couple requests no gifts please.
Dorenkamp, 60 years THORNTON — Donald and Betty (Soma) Dorenkamp of Thornton, Iowa, were married June 29, 1951, in Belmond, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner on Saturday, July 9, 2011. The couple’s children and their spouses are David (Helen) Dorenkamp, Milford, Iowa; Alan (JoAnn) Dorenkamp, Pella, Iowa; Kathryn (Michael) Atkinson, Hampton, Iowa; Susan (Robert) Howe, Waverly, Iowa; Heidi (Nick) Merfeld, Nevada, Iowa. They have 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Ron Hanna was inducted into Lafayette High School’s (Buffalo, N.Y.) Alumni Sports Wall of Fame on May 20. Ron stroked the Varsity Eight oared crew to win the City Championship, the Canadian School Boy Championship and 2nd place in the U.S. High School National Championship in 1952. After high school he competed in rowing for 14 years. He received the Buffalo West Side Rowing Club Outstanding Oarsman Award in 1960 and compiled seven U.S. National Championship gold medals and 18 Royal Canadian Henley Championship medals.
In 1972, Ron co-founded Mason City Youth Hockey Association. He has served as its President, Coach and Referee. He was Vice President for 10 years of both the Iowa H.S. Hockey League and the U.S. Junior Hockey League, is a lifetime member of the IHSHL and currently as a registered USA Ice Hockey Referee, the third oldest hockey ref in the United States.
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Zach, Howard Bob and Wilma Lindsay celebrate 60 years Remember when gas was twenty cents a gallon? Well, that’s what it cost Bob Lindsay when he filled up the tank to drive from Nora Springs to Mason City to marry Wilma Pirie on July 8, 1951, at Wesley Methodist Church. And now, 60 years later, Bob and Wilma’s family would like to announce their 60th wedding anniversary. Yes, life was good back in those days of cheap gas and even cheaper movies, but Wilma will tell you that after making 536,492 dessert bars over the years, life is even better now. Because Bob and Wilma will be joined by their family, including son Brian and his wife Deb, daughter Brenda and her husband Rosh Nelson, and daughter-in-law Cindy to help celebrate this joyful occasion. Remembered with love is son Phil, who passed away in 2008 and daughter-in-law Carly, who passed away in 1994. Joining in the family dinner celebration are seven grandchildren and their families, including ten great-grandchildren. Cards may be sent to Bob and Wilma at Box 667, Nora Springs, IA 50458.
Kiefer, Shehata Kenny and Pat Kiefer are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Tonya Kiefer, to Mark Shehata, son of Samy and Seham Shehata. Tonya was raised in Thornton, Iowa, and now lives in Ames, Iowa. Tonya graduated from SheffieldChapin/Meservey-Thornton High School in 2006 and then graduated from North Iowa Area Community College in 2009 with a degree in nursing. She is now working as an RN at Mary Greeley Center in Ames, Iowa. Mark was raised in Assiut, Egypt, and now lives in Ames, Iowa. Mark graduated from Mason City High School in 2005 then went on to NIACC with a major in engineering. He will graduate from Iowa State University in December, 2011, with a degree in mechanical engineering. He currently works at Fareway in Ames, Iowa. The couple will be united in marriage on July 16, 2011.
Jim and Cynthia Zach are proud to announce the engagement of their son, Evan Zach, to Sarah Howard. Sarah is a 2007 graduate of the University of Wisconsin — Madison and a 2010 graduate of Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minn. Sarah is employed with Murnane Brandt, P.A. in St. Paul. Sarah is the daughter of Eliot and Jan Howard of Edina, Minn. Evan is a 2007 graduate of the University of Northern Iowa and a 2010 graduate of Hamline University School of Law. Evan is employed with Deluxe Corporation in Shoreview, Minn. Evan is the son of Jim and Cynthia Zach and grandson of Thomas (Gene) Manning, all of Mason City. The couple will celebrate their marriage on Sept. 24, 2011, in Minneapolis, Minn.
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They have six grandchildren.
LAURA DUVALL, of Mason City, Iowa, is the daughter of Stephen and Linda Duvall of Mason City, Iowa. Laura graduated from Allen College in Waterloo, Iowa, with a bachelor of science in nursing degree in 2005. Laura is employed by Mercy Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. JAMES BROWN, of Des Moines, Iowa, is the son of Jim and Melanie Brown, of Des Moines, Iowa. James graduated from Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, with a bachelor of arts in
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Dean’s List students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. North Iowa students MASON CITY — A Bill recognized include: Riley State Fair Talent President’s List Search Show was held June BANCROFT — Amanda 25, in conjunction with the Cannonball Day Celebra- Hamilton. BELMOND — Derek tion, at East Park. In the sprout division of Lewis. LEDYARD — Courtney 1-12 year-olds, Christian Haag. Gossweiler, 11, of Mason MASON CITY — Emily City, won first place and Luecht. advanced to Iowa State ST. ANSGAR — Taylor Fair competition with his Patterson. tap dance routine. In the Dean’s List senior division of 13-21 BELMOND — Kami year-olds, J.D. Wenzel. Sidebottom, 17, of Mason GRAFTON — Courtney City, won first place and Bartz. advanced to Iowa State MASON CITY — Fair competition, with his original vocal/guitar solo. Matthew Hickman, Tyler Moorehead, Sean Slaven, Dunlay attends Mariam Vahdat. ST. ANSGAR — Isaac Girls State Kittleson. MASON CITY — SHEFFIELD — Crystal Alexandra Dunlay was chosen by Unit #101 of the Tull. American Legion Clausen- Park University Worden Post to attend the annual session of the Iowa Dean’s List PARKVILLE, Mo. — American Legion Auxiliary Girls State, June 19-24, on Rhonda Janell Carson, of Forest City, Iowa, an online the campus of Iowa State student at Park University, University, Ames. She is was named to the 2011 the daughter of Tiffany and Patrick Dunlay, Mason spring semester Dean’s List. City. To qualify for the Dean’s Dunlay was one of List, students must comapproximately 300 young plete 12 credit hours or women attending Iowa more, earn a semester Girls State who studied city, county and state gov- grade point average of 3.6 or higher, and receive no ernment processes. The incomplete grades for the girls are nominated, selected, and sponsored by term. their local American Truman State Legion Auxiliary.
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OSAGE — Osage High School released its fourth quarter and second semester honor rolls. An asterisk (*) indicates students receiving a 4.0 grade point average. Fourth Quarter A Honor Roll 9th Grade: Taylor Andrews, Chandler Banta, *Matthew Biederman, Jayme Blaser, Dakota Carpenter, Izak Christensen, *Benjamin Dralle, Jessie Gast, Christopher Hanke, Megan Huftalin, *Dianna Huisman, *Laura Klaes, Tate Levendusky, Laura Mallinger, Kaylyn Parks, Douglas Perrin, Katherine Plotzke, *Thomas Randall, *Tyler Randall, Cole Riley, Casey Ringhofer, Elizabeth Shaw, Kimberly Shaw, Mollie Shultz, Emily Valasek, Justin Zimmerman. 10th Grade: Maggi Brown, *Kloe Chisholm, Natalie Gast, Taylor Grimm, Tyler Havel, Abagail Johnson, *Lauren Kisley, Jesse Klaes, Annetta Krukow, *Madeline Miller, *Anna Riley, Whitney Wagner, *Sydney Williams, Emily Wright. 11th Grade: Jacob Anhorn, Thomas Biederman, *Katie Blaser, *Chloe Campbell, *Catherine Clark, Joseph Cockrum, Mitchell Eisenman, Danielle Hejhal, *Katie Klaes, *Billi Kraft, Joshua Lackore, *Jenna Malecek, Joseph Michels, Cassidy Murl, *Jacob Murphy, Cally Niess, Isabell Nueske, Kirsten Olson, Alix Paulus, Cortney Perrin, *Ryan Randall, Samantha Rogers, Karoline Sandersen, Alyssa Schroeder, Benjamin Schwarting, *Sawyer Small. 12th Grade: Natalie Bellairs, *Emma Boehmer, David Brandau, Alex
is Heaverlo, Kelly Heckstein, Jared Johanns, Jasmine Johnson, Kayci Klobassa, Connor Krabbe, Jacey Kuehne, Jordan Larsen, Lillith Lickteig, Sydney Michael, Andrew Milbrandt, Roger Moen, Tanner Molitor, Joshua Mostek, Kyle O’Malley, Taylor Ott, Miranda Potter, Kacie Rinnels, Joseph Roll, Marie Scheicher, Eli Schnulle, Rachel Schultz, Garret Spitz, Richard Stevens, Jenna Thompson, Paul Troge, Caden Walsh, Christopher Weigle, Darren Wilde, Wincy Wu. 12th Grade: Jordan Angell, Ashley Ballard, Brandon Barker, Leah Bauserman, Ethan Brown, Lyndsay Evens, Jake Felper, Jobe Goodale, Valeria Gorgoglione, Courtney Huebsch, Brooke Jennings, Daniel Johnson, Jessica Lentz, Cory Low, Jonathan Lutz, Mitchell Mack, Patrick McNally, Trevor Molitor, Dusty Murl, Kyrie Murl, Cody Nation, Brooke Olson, Megan OttoSemerad, Brian Popp, Sterling Sprau, Hagen Tornes, Nichole Wagner, Dakota Wilde, Jessica Wolf. Second Semester A Honor Roll 9th Grade: Taylor Andrews, Chandler Banta, *Matthew Biederman, Jayme Blaser, Dakota Carpenter, Izak Christensen, *Benjamin Dralle, Jessie Gast, Christopher Hanke, Megan Huftalin, *Dianna Huisman, *Laura Klaes, Tate Levendusky, Cassidy Mohl, Katherine Plotzke, *Thomas Randall, Tyler Randall, Cole Riley, Casey Ringhofer, Carter Roggensack, Elizabeth Shaw, Mollie Shultz, Emily Valasek, Justin Zimmerman. 10th Grade: Colin Barker, Maggi Brown, *Kloe Chisholm, Natalie Gast, Taylor Grimm, Tyler Havel, Abagail Johnson,
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BIRTHDAYS Kannon Axel Anker, 2 Happy 2nd Birthday Kannon!
Lee Romig, 60 OH NO! Grandpa Lee’s the big 6-0!
Art Conaway, 80
Kannon Axel Anker celebrated his second birthday on June 23, 2011. His parents are Dave and Sarah Anker, of Winterset. Proud grandparents are Gary and Nancy Anker, of Winterset, and Joel and Nina Esslinger, of rural Sheffield.
Norma Streich, 80 MANLY — Norma Streich, of Manly, will celebrate her 80th birthday July 6. She celebrated with her family at a reunion on July 2. Cards may be sent to her at: 304 W. Elmore St. Manly, IA 50456. Hugs and kisses to you Mom, Grandma, Great-Grandma! —Love, Debbie and Dean and family, Steven, Suzanne and Joe
Happy Birthday Grandpa! —Love, Gaige
PARK RAPIDS, Minn. — Art Conaway, of Park Rapids, Minn., will celebrate his 80th birthday on July 4. Art Conaway was born on July 4, 1931 in Britt, Iowa. Cards can be sent to Art at the following address: 611 W. Fifth St., Park Rapids, MN 56470. No gifts, please. Happy 80th birthday! —Love, your grandkids and great-grandson
Happy Birthday Pam Gapp, 50, Abigail Gapp, 1 FOREST CITY — Pam Gapp, of Forest City, will be celebrating her 50th birthday on Sunday, July 3, and her granddaughter, Abby, will be celebrating her first birthday on Monday, July 4. Abby is the daughter of Justin and Tiffany Gapp, of Titonka.
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We want to thank everyone for the many cards we HAMPTON — A retirement card shower is planned received for our 65th wedding anniversary. They were for Evelyn Hovenga, of Hampton. She is retiring as activity director at Franklin General Hospital, Hampton. like a visit with each of you and made us realize how blessed we are to have you as our friends. Friends and relatives may send cards to Evelyn at the Sincerely, following address: 914 Second St. N.E., Hampton, IA — Derald and Leona Hoel 50441.
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IOWA CITY — Megan Pederson graduated May 14, 2011, from the University of Iowa with highest distinction and honors, earning a bachelor of science in nursing and a minor in Spanish. While at the university, Megan was a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society and a member of the University of Iowa College of Nursing Honors Program. She also held the office of treasurer on the U of I Association of Nursing Students Executive Board, along with being on the Progressive Nursing Day Board of Directors. Megan was a co-founder of My Health Iowa, and still is a board member and the fundraising committee leader. She was employed by the university as a master tutor for three years, along with working as a nursing assistant at the hospital. Megan is employed as a staff nurse at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics in the surgical intensive care unit. Her future plans are to enter a doctorate nurse practitioner/Ph. D. program. Megan is the daughter of Gary and Cindy Pederson, of Lake Mills.
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25TH JUBILEE Sisters of the Presentation
Sr. Julie Marsh
Church, Dougherty, with Mass at 8 a.m., followed by a brunch and reception in the school hall.
Fountas would like to thank everyone who sent cards, brought food, gave flowers and memorials, made phone calls and visited us during this difficult time. We were overwhelmed by everyone’s generosity, thoughtfulness, prayers and kindness. Thank you to all the staff of Hospice, the nurses and Pastor Ed, for their excellent care of Stan and the family during his final days — you were wonderful! A big thank you to the VFW for the graveside military rites and to the VFW and Women’s Auxiliary for
providing us a wonderful place for the mercy meal, in addition to all the help you gave. We’d also like to thank Father Joseph of the Greek Orthodox Church for the beautiful services which honored Stan’s memory, and all the members of the church who were so supportive. We also want to thank our family and friends for surrounding us with their love and support during the last two years. — Kelli Fountas and Sheila Lehman and Family
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GREENE — Sr. Julie Marsh, PBVM, has been a vowed member of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Dubuque, for 25 years, stemming from St. Patrick’s Church of Dougherty. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Marsh of Greene. Sr. Julie earned her bachelor of music degree from the University of Iowa with an emphasis in music therapy. After entering her religious community, she ministered as a music therapist at a residential care facility in Dubuque and was the associate director of special services for the Archdiocese of Dubuque. She graduated with a master of arts in pastoral studies from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Mo., and has ministered as director of liturgy, and pastoral minister at Immaculate Conception Parish in the Sioux City Diocese, and director of liturgy and music/campus minister at St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Center, on the University of Northern Iowa campus. After receiving her certificate in spiritual direction from Creighton University, she was appointed director of formation for the Sisters of the Presentation and created the Office of Service and Immersion Experiences for her Sisters, associates, and those young adults of college age interested in working to help others in need locally and at a distance. She is presently living in Leavenworth, Kan., and working at the University of Saint Mary, as director of campus ministry. All are welcome to the celebration planned for her 25th Jubilee at St. Patrick’s
THANK YOU response and care, and to the Floyd County Sheriff The family of Harold for their assistance. Very Norby sincerely thanks special thanks to Pastor everyone for their cards, Jerry for his wonderful food, and memorials; but service and the church most importantly for all ladies for the luncheon. your caring thoughts and We would also like to thank sharing all your wonderful the Nora Inn staff for being memories of our dad and Dad’s personal chef for the grandfather. Although he past six years. left us so suddenly, we — Linda Streb Hoover must find comfort in and family knowing that he was on his Deb O’Banion farm doing what he loved and family most with his faithful dog, Robin Wagner Buddy, by his side. and family Our sincere thanks go to the Nora Springs Volunteer Thank you Ambulance and Fire The family of Stan Department for their quick
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