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He is Risen as He said. Alleluia, Alleluia!
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St. Thomas More Roman Catholic Church
8501 Calumet Avenue, Munster, IN 46321
Mission Statement : The Roman Catholic Saint Thomas More Parish Family welcomes and invites
every person to join us on our journey in faith and celebration. With the grace and guidance of the Holy Spirit, and through
Sacred Scripture and Tradition, we proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all, especially in loving service to those in need.
As part of the Universal Church, we affirm the dignity of every person. All this we do to give glory and honor to God.
Pastoral Staff
Pastor .......................... Reverend Michael J. Yadron, KCHS; Ext. 312
[email protected]
Associate Pastor...............................Reverend Ted J. Mauch; Ext. 314
[email protected]
Senior Deacon............................................ Dr. Napoleon Tabion, OFS
Deacons ................................................................ David Kapala, KHS
............................................................................ Joseph Stodola, KHS
......................................................................... Daniel Zurawski, KHS
Director of Finance ........................................ Noreen Bickel; Ext. 330
Pastoral Care Coordinator.......................... Madeleine Moya; Ext. 313
Director of Music......................................... Angie Lorandos; Ext. 338
Director of Religious Education .................... Emily Hackett; Ext. 332
Director of Development ................................ Amanda King; Ext. 342
Parish Office Staff
Hours: Mon-Friday 8:00 am-8:00 pm • Saturday 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Web Site.......................................................... www.stm-church.com
Email address .................................. [email protected]
Email address for bulletin ...................... [email protected]
Office Phone………. 836-8610
Office Fax ....................836-9185
Bulletin Editor ..................................................... Pam Pasyk; Ext. 309
Daytime Receptionist........................................ Susan Strain; Ext. 310
Evening Receptionist .................................... Veronica Brtos; Ext. 310
Building Maintenance…………………………Dale Slosser 836-8610
Pastoral Ministries
Environment & Art ............................................. Jean Bados 836-8610
Eucharistic Ministers ................................... Carole Mackey 808-9732
Hospitality/Greeters ................................... Chris Shearman 923-1419
Lectors ...................................................... William McDunn 922-9459
Nursery ..................................................Kaaren A. Mashura 836-5079
St. Vincent de Paul ................................. Michael Martinelli 836-8610
Vocations Committee ...................................... Mary Kochis 322-7262
2014-2015 Pastoral Council Members
Leslie Dernulc.................................................................. Joe Dubczak
Christi Kordeck......................................................... Michael Korfiatis
Mary Kretz................................................................... Jim Landowski
Paul Liszewski, Chairperson............................................ Bill McDunn
Jesse Montenegro ..............................................................Joe O’Brien
Cindy Thompson ......................................................... Ruth Yothment
St. Thomas More School
Pre-School through 8th Grade
Office Hours: Monday– Friday ~ 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Web Site........................................................... www.stm-school.com
School Phone ......... 836-9151 School Fax ..........................836-0982
President ........................................................ Noreen Bickel; Ext. 330
Principal............................................. Chet Nordyke, KCHS; Ext. 328
Assistant Principal ......................................... Cynthia Block; Ext. 328
School Administrative Assistant……….. Jennifer Gonzalez; Ext. 328
School Reception & Office Associate………. Sandra Steele; Ext. 329
Home & School Association.................. Kris Miller; (312) 909-8156
Parish & School Offices Associate .............. Mary Jo Biscan; Ext. 311
Parish & School Offices Associate ................. Pam Wadycki; Ext. 339
School Admissions .............................................. Pam Pasyk; Ext. 309
Weis Center
8635 Calumet Avenue ~ Munster, IN 46321
Phone .....................................................................................836-2660
Fax .........................................................................................836-2655
Sacramental Information
Confessions
Saturdays ............................................................ 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
First Friday .............................. 1/2 hour before the 6:30 a.m. Mass
Baptisms .............................. First and Third Sundays at 1:00 p.m.
Parents must be registered parishioners and regularly
attending at least six months before the Baptism. At least
one of the godparents must be a practicing Catholic.
Pre Baptism Class ..................................... 2nd Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Parents must call the Parish Office to schedule class and/or Baptism.
Marriage .............. Must be a registered, practicing member of the
parish at least six months before beginning the six month
preparation program for marriage.
Communion calls and visits to Hospitals and Homebound: Call
the Parish Office for Sacraments at hospital or at home.
New Parishioner Registration
To make it as convenient as possible for you, new parishioners may
register at any time in the Parish Office.
St. Thomas More Religious Education
Kindergarten through 8th Grade
Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday & Friday — 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday — 1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Religious Education Phone ........................................................... 836-8610
Director ..................................................................Emily Hackett; Ext. 332
Administrative Assistant ..................................... Carolyn McGill; Ext. 336
Grades K through 8 ~ Wednesday or Thursday from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Pastoral Commissions Chairpersons
Formation/Education ............................................................Barbara Topete
Parish Life ......................................................................... Elaine Herrmann
Peace & Social Justice.............................................................. Mary Silvasi
Spirituality & Worship ....................................................... Kaaren Mashura
Stewardship ........................................................................... Noreen Bickel
Parish Organizations
Altar & Rosary Society .................................... Kathleen Pagorek 972-0539
Blue Army ................................................... Rose Marie Malburg 836-8779
Boy Scouts ................................................................ Curt Anglin 902-5126
Career Networking Group…………………… Christine Spencer 836-8610
Circle of Prayer………………………………..Mary Jo Humpfer 836-5002
Cub Scouts .............................................................Alan Pischner 306-7552
Finance ................................................................ Barbara Shaver 838-9200
Gabriel Project……………………………….Carolyn Grskovich 455-9258
Garden Club ................................................................ Al Carollo 836-8268
Gifts of Love & Warmth……………………..Bernadine Nemeth 513-6544
Girl Scouts............................................................................. Renee Whelan
Holy Name Society .................................................... Joe Adams 865-3566
Knights of Columbus ....................................... Richard Alvarado 614-3743
K of C Columbian Squires…………………........Ralph Konkoly 588-4559
Moms’ Group .......................................................... Ann Meduga 629-6531
Oblates……………………………………………...Denise Gard 836-9115
Respect Life .................................................................................. 836-8610
Senior Citizens ........................................................... Herb Cleve 670-2982
The Travelers Club…………………………………..Lois Quinn 836-7902
Ushers Club ..................................................... ….Jim Marmalejo 836-1463
Venture Crew……………………………………....Fr. Ben Ross 322-4505
Please remember St. Thomas More
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The Resurrection of the Lord
April 5, 2015
Saturday, April 11
5:30 p.m.
Fr. Mike Yadron
Sunday, April 12
6:30 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 Noon
Fr. Mike Yadron
Fr. Mike Yadron
Fr. Ted Mauch
Fr. Ted Mauch
SUNDAY, April 5 — Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of
the Lord
6:30 am For Our Parish Family Living and Deceased
8:00 am For Our Parish Family Living and Deceased
10:00 am For Our Parish Family Living and Deceased
12:00 pm For Our Parish Family Living and Deceased
MONDAY, April 6
6:30 am Teodor Dabrowski (Ann.) by Wife & Daughter
8:30 am Mulholland (Ann.) by Dave & Burdette Piniak
SATURDAY, April 11
8:30 am
J. Bernarte, M. Caraher
5:30 pm
T., T. & T. Pappas, T. Speranza, S. Szala
MC ~ Nick
SUNDAY, April 12
6:30 am
K. Yaeger, K. & S. Cunningham
8:00 am
A. & M. Nahnsen, B. & J. Peters, M. Slivka
MC ~ Elizabeth Z.
10:00 am
J. & M. Connelly, M. Fugger,
R. & M. Maldonado /MC ~ Will
12:00 pm
D. Dy, M. & T. Muta/MC ~ Mike
Readings for Week of April 5
Sunday:
Acts 10:34a, 37-43/Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8/Jn
20:1-9 or Mk 16:1-7 or Lk 24:13-35
Monday: Acts 2:14, 22-33/Mt 28:8-15
Tuesday: Acts 2:36-41/Jn 20:11-18
Wednesday: Acts 3:1-10/Lk 24:13-35
Thursday: Acts 3:11-26/Lk 24:35-48
Friday: Acts 4:1-12/Jn 21:1-14
Saturday: Acts 4:13-21/Mk 16:9-15
Next Sunday: Acts 4:32-35/1 Jn 5:1-6/Jn 20:19-31
TUESDAY, April 7
6:30 am Frenita G. Serrano (Ann.) by Serrano Family
8:30 am Mary Pat Casey by Husband Jim
10:00 am Intention of Maryann Pancheri by Husband James
(MASS AT MED-INN CHAPEL, Group 3)
WEDNESDAY, April 8
6:30 am Rita Kopenec-Sajna (Ann.) by Family
8:30 am Josephine Forystek by Family
THURSDAY, April 9
6:30 am Helen Michalik by Family
9:00 am Lucille Solan by Tom & Linda Brady
FRIDAY, April 10
6:30 am Esther Klobuchar (Ann.) by Peter & Judi Klobuchar
8:30 am Deceased Members of the Vogel Family
SATURDAY, April 11
8:30 am Joanna Bartkus by Family
5:30 pm John Albizati by Family
SUNDAY, April 12 — Divine Mercy
6:30 am For Our Parish Family Living and Deceased
8:00 am Hannah & William Quinn by Lois Quinn & Family
10:00 am Harriet Kondziela by Helene Nelson
12:00 pm Dorothy Ferrantella by Family
Vocations Committee
April Nursery Schedule
Sixteen years ago, a small group in the parish requested permission
to gather before the Blessed Sacrament to ask God for an increase
of vocations to the priesthood and for divine help in their own
personal needs and growth in faith. Since that time, this group still
meets every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. Please join them.
Sunday, April 12
Kim Cipowski & Katherine Pala
Sunday, April 19
Michelle Wendlinger & Jill Bochenek
Sunday, April 26
Chris & Casey Perz
Pastoral Care Ministry
Hospital Visits—In compliance with HIPAA legislation,
hospitals do not notify our parish about parishioner
hospitalizations unless requested to do so by the patient or
patient's family. If you or a family member are at Community
Hospital, call the Parish Office at (219) 836-8610.
Home Communion—If you or a family member would like to
receive home Communion, call Pastoral Care at Extension 313.
The Nursery is located in the Bride’s Room (near the Church main
entrance) at the Sunday 10:00 am Mass.
Bulletin Articles
All bulletin articles must be submitted via email to [email protected] at least 2 weeks in advance.
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The Resurrection of the Lord
Alleluia! The exclamation rings out across the land, and we who
are disciples of Jesus Christ pause to reflect on the reality that he
rose from the grave and, in turn, conquered death. In today's
colleges and universities, in pulpits of every denomination, and in
books and journals, there are those who say it is unimportant
whether or not he really rose from the dead. They say that the facts
do not impact the moral of the story. Of course, two thousand
years of Christianity give evidence that they are incorrect. What
the faithful of many generations have experienced and given
testimony to is not something built on an idea. It is not a
philosophy or a self-help psychology.
The church is a direct result of real events in the course of human
history. Without those real events, we simply follow a man who
showed us a different way to live. Instead, we follow a God who
emptied himself into a human form, suffered the pain of torture
and death at the hands of those he had created, and then shattered
the chains of death so that we in our human form may follow suit.
Today, humanity is redeemed. It is time to face the facts!
Catholic Charities Counseling
Catholic Charities offers counseling services to individuals,
families and children on a sliding fee scale. Info: (219) 844-4883.
c lease pray for the sick of our parish...
Joshua Alvarez
Margaret Amatulli
Doris Aurelio
Maria Aurelio
Irene Baker
Antonio Belmonte
Michael Berry
Michael Blazevich
Laverne Blumka
Michael Boston
Cheryl Bostrom
Robert Boyle
Linda Braun
Stephany Burney
Paul Burns
Dorothy Campbell
James Campbell
Thomas Cak
Al Carollo
Carol Carollo
Janet Cattanach
Jacqueline Morrow
Christian
Frank Coman
Vincent Corsello
Mike Curtain
Ceil Cwiok
Margaret Demkovich
Lucille Detterline
Irene Dettmer
Ann DeVoy
MaryPat Devoy
Jeanine Doescher
Jim D’Orazio
Alex Eiland
Sherlon Evans
John Forde
Phyllis Garber
Denise Gard
Andrea Garritano
Margaret Geary
Dorothy Giannini
Emily Gibson
Dorothy Gillespie
Shirley Gillespie
Jacqueleen Gonzalez
Margaret Good
Howard Gralewski
James Grunewald
Amy Hayes
Eleanore Heggi
Marie Henke
Evelyn Hennes
Bernadine Henson
Marisol Hernandez
Becky Hill
Megan Homcho
Mary Jo Humpfer
Betty Ingbretson
Steve Izzo
Dennis Jablonski
Elizabeth Jacob
Barbara Jamrose
Stanley Jayjack
Rosemary Jerzak-Staszel
Debbie Kaczka
Robert Kalka
James Klein, Sr.
Carol Keilman
Janet Knight
Susan Kolodziej
Miller Krizmanic
Jerome Kula
Annika LeMonier
Debbie LeMonier
Richard LaVigne
Mary Leahy
Jo Lisiniewicz
Edward Liskiewicz
Stanley Liskiewicz
Maria Lovell
Charlene Madura
Mary Manchak
Brady Martin
Jenny Mendoza
Faye Meny
Sandi Merlo
Olga Mihalo
Andrew Moll
Elissa Moll
David Moll
Jean Narvid
Donna Nichols
Steven Nowaczyk
Valerie O’Donnell
Danny Ogren
Mary Ellen O’Neill
Emily Orosco
Marty Pavovic
Johanna Petruch
Andrew Pieczyrak
Elizabeth Pilones
Sylvester Porras
Timothy Ribble
Jackie Roach
Kristen Rubin
Ann Sardella
George Sauer
Marie Schultz
Marianne Schwartz
William Schwartz
Zachery Scriff
James Secviar
Jim Seul
Renee Shehan
Nick Skinner
Lydia Skorupa
Roger Slosser
Carolyn Smiley
Deborah Stareck
Georgianne Suto
Celine Szczepaniak
Florence Stevens
Carrie Szumelda
Barbara Szypczak
Rose Theis
Gerardo Trevino
Kathie Trudgian
Anthony Ubuane
Tony Vanden Heuvel
Raymond Vanderbok
Julia Vrbanich
Pam Wadycki
Adele Wall
Charlotte Weglewski
Stephanie Wisniewski
Don Woszczynski
Cecilia Ziegler
Cody Ziemkowski
SUNDAY, April 5 — A Blessed & Happy Easter
Masses at 6:30 & 8:00 & 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon
MONDAY, April 6
7:00 pm
Blue Army ~ Chapel
7:00 pm
Schola ~ Church
7:00 pm
Vocations ~ Sacristy
7:00 pm
Parish Life ~ Conference Room
TUESDAY, April 7
9:15 am
Eucharistic Adoration (until 6:30 pm) ~ Chapel
9:30 am
Moms’ Group ~ Monastery
1:00 pm
Prayer/Vocations ~ Chapel
6:00 pm
Divine Mercy Chaplet ~ Chapel
7:00 pm
STMS Talent Show ~ Gym
WEDNESDAY, April 8
9:30 am
Bible Study ~ Conference Room
4:30 pm
Religious Education Classes (until 6:00 p.m.)
5:00 pm
RCIC ~ Conference Room
6:00 pm
Handbell Practice ~ Church
7:00 pm
St. Vincent De Paul ~ Conference Room
THURSDAY, April 9
4:30 pm
Religious Education Classes (until 6:00 p.m.)
6:30 pm
Scripture Study ~ Conference Room
7:00 pm
All Seasons Chorale ~ Church
FRIDAY, April 10
9:00 am
Gifts of Love & Warmth ~ Conference Room
SATURDAY, April 11
STMS SpringFest from 4:00 p.m. –8:00 p.m. in the Gym
SUNDAY, April 12
8:00 am
Altar & Rosary Mass & Breakfast
You Did It For Me
Annette* had been ignoring the pain in her back for months, but it
wasn’t going away. Her part-time job didn’t provide insurance and
she could never find the money to pay for a doctor’s appointment
out-of-pocket. When she heard about a low-cost clinic operated by
Catholic Charities, she learned that her spine was misaligned and a
small adjustment was all that was needed. She returned to a
healthy, happy, fulfilling lifestyle. Last year, over 80,000 clients
received health-related assistance from Catholic Charities.
www.CatholicCharitiesUSA.org
Pastoral Council News
Each year our Parish Council calls upon our parishioners to
nominate individuals from our church family to serve as members
of the Parish Council.
Beginning next week, you will find a ballot in the bulletin to
nominate someone who you believe would be a good participant in
this ministry. Please take some time this week to consider those
who serve as role models in our parish and who would
make a positive member of the “team” and
submit a Nomination Ballot next week.
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The Pastor’s Page
WE ARE AN EASTER PEOPLE
If then you were raised with Christ, seek what is above,
where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Think
of what is above, not of what is on earth. For you have
died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. When
Christ your life appears, then you too will appear with
him in glory. (Col 3:1-4)
Today is Easter Sunday. We take up the ancient cry of the
Church: Resurrexit sicut dixit, alleluia! (He is risen as He said,
alleluia!) Yes. Alleluia!
It has been a long time since we have proclaimed that
word. The Alleluia -- as well as the recitation or singing of the
Gloria -- are removed from the liturgy during the season of
Lent. One reason, quite simply, is that Lent is an extremely
penitential season. We do not shout out praise when we are
focusing on our sinfulness and the need to change.
Another reason is so that the joyous sound of Gloria and
Alleluia may fill our hearts when they are proclaimed again on
Easter. We should be filled with joy since we celebrate a great
day, the day that Jesus Christ rose from the dead, effectively
destroying death and restoring life for all of His people.
We all know that we will die. Because of the consequence of
original sin entering the world, we all became corruptible and
mortal. Ah, but St. Paul wrote so wonderfully in his first letter to
the Church in Corinth:
Behold, I tell you a mystery. We shall not all fall
asleep, but we will all be changed, in an instant, in the
blink of an eye, at the last trumpet.
For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised
incorruptible, and we shall be changed. For that which
is corruptible must clothe itself with incorruptibility,
and that which is mortal must clothe itself with
immortality.
And when this which is corruptible clothes itself with
incorruptibility and this which is mortal clothes itself
with immortality, then the word that is written shall
come about: Death is swallowed up in victory. Where,
O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your
sting?
Because of the consequences of the Lord's resurrection, our
corruptibility may take on incorruptibility and our mortality take
on immortality. What a wondrous gift!
We may not understand that as well as all of its
implications. Instead, I daresay, we are like the Apostles in
today's Gospel who peer in to the tomb, who see nothing but a
burial shroud, and who walk away wondering what it all meant.
We may wonder what it means. If we pray to God, He will
give us the understanding that we need. As we come to a
deeper understanding and appreciation of the resurrection of
the Lord, we will find that we need to continue changing our
lives, continue ridding ourselves of the things that keep us from
the Lord, so that we may become more like Him.
A Blessed Easter to you and yours this day!
EASTER THANK YOU
Thank You to all who made the celebrations of Holy Week
and Easter so special. In a particular way, thank you to
those who decorated the church, to those who sang at the
Masses and services, to those who played instruments,
including our bell choirs, to those who helped to serve at the
altar, to those who proclaimed the scriptures, to those who
greeted the parishioners, and to those who ushered.
Thanks, as well, to all those whom I may have forgotten to
mention.
So many people help to make our liturgies so special.
May the joy of the Resurrection fill your hearts this day and
all year through!
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
TODAY AND IN THE FUTURE
We are in the midst of a capital campaign to raise 6.3
million dollars in order to make significant improvements to
our church and school buildings including replacing the
original boilers in our heating system as well as installing air
conditioning throughout the entire complex.
A few hundred parishioners have already responded to our
campaign request and we will invite the remainder of the
parishioners to participate in short order.
When you are contacted by a campaign volunteer, kindly
allow that person to come to your home and explain the
campaign to you as well as all that we hope to accomplish.
Please pray for the success of our capital campaign so that
we can make these much needed improvements.
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
Susie and her family were invited to have Easter Sunday
dinner at her grandmother’s house. Everyone was seated
around the table as the food was being served. When Susie
received her plate, she started eating right away.
“Susie, wait until we say grace,” her mother demanded.
“I don’t have to,” Susie replied.
“Of course you do, Susie,” her father insisted. “We always
say a prayer before eating at our house.”
“That’s at our house,” Susie replied. “But this is Grandma’s
house, and she knows how to cook!”
PLEASE REMEMBER THEM
Please pray for the priests and deacons who
have served the Diocese of Gary so faithfully
and whose anniversaries of death are this
week:
April 6: Rev. Louis A. Jeziorski (1973)
Rev. Gilbert G. Wirtz (1981)
April 9: Rev. Leonard J. Cross (1982)
Rev. Gilbert G. Wirtz (1981)
April 9: Rev. Leonard J. Cross (1982)
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Religious
Education
Virtus Training Scheduled
The next Virtus Training is scheduled for
Saturday, April 18th
from 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the Solar Room.
The Virtus program deals with the awareness and prevention of
the sexual abuse of children.
Due to the content of the program, absolutely NO children are
permitted to attend the training.
Anyone 18 years or older must be Virtus trained to volunteer or
work in the school or in the parish. Please email
Laura Brockway at [email protected] to reserve your seat
for Virtus training and to assure we have enough materials for
everyone. Please arrive promptly at 10:30 a.m.
Please enter through the gymnasium doors under the carport.
April Schedule
8/9
15/16
22/23
29/30
Class
Class
Class
Last Class (except First Communicants)
6/7
Holy Communion Practice from 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Wednesday classes practice on Wednesday
Thursday classes practice on Thursday
All Communicants must attend both days
4:30-6:00 p.m.
May Schedule
13/14
Altar & Rosary Society
Mass & Breakfast
First Holy Communion
Religious Education Students
Saturday, May 16th at 10:00 a.m. in the Church.
CSA Tax Receipts
Acknowledgement letters/receipts for those who donated
$200 or more to the Catholic Services Appeal are
available upon request only by contacting
Joyce Illyes at (219) 769-9292, ext. 268 or [email protected]
Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.
All members of the Altar & Rosary Society are invited to attend
the 8:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday, April 12th, followed by breakfast
in the Cafeteria for those attending.
Pews in front of the altar will be reserved for you and your
family. Please call the church office at (219) 836-8610 to make
your breakfast reservation.
Following breakfast, we will have a short meeting and the
distribution of door prizes. For more information, please call
Therese at (219) 844-7715 or Kathleen at (219) 972-0539.
Holy Name Society
Real Men Pray!
Our next regular meeting will be in the Solar Room on
Lectors & Greeters for the Week
Monday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m.
We will begin with the Rosary, followed by a brief business
meeting to discuss our upcoming Mass/Corporate Communion
Breakfast and refreshments. As always, all men of the parish are
invited and encouraged to attend.
Saturday, April 11
5:30 pm Mass
Jay Gianotti &
Jennifer Jones-Garner
Saturday, April 11
5:30 pm Mass
Main: Dagmar Reay
Chapel: Rob & Dorothy Mangus
Sunday, April 12
6:30 am Mass
John Brooks &
Loretta Krawczyk
8:00 am Mass
Richard Lasky &
Linda Stefanich
Mass & Corporate
Communion Breakfast
All members of the Holy Name Society and
a spouse/guest are invited to attend the annual
Mass on Sunday, April 26th at 8:00 a.m.
Sunday, April 12
6:30 am Mass
Chapel: Lyle & Shirley Fralich
Choir: Tim & Karen Rutz
followed by breakfast in the Cafeteria.
Reservations must be made by contacting
Captain Bill Burke at (219) 322-6462.
RSVP deadline is Monday, April 12th.
8:00 am Mass
Chapel: Mary Silvasi
Choir: Cheryl Steinhauer
10:00 am Mass
John Kovach &
Theresa Kowalski
10:00 am Mass
Main: Denise & Tim Szorc
and Allison Rusnak
Chapel: Zuccarelli Family
Choir: Dwight & Mary Ann Reed
12:00 Noon Mass
Christopher Balbo &
Bernadine E. Barrett
12:00 Noon Mass
Main: Diane Gralewski
Choir: Pat Batchelder
Gabriel Project
The Gabriel Project Ministry is still in need of pac' n plays to
assist our new mothers and their babies. If
your child/grandchild is no longer in need of
their pac’n play, please consider donating it,
and its sheets, to our ministry. Please call
Marilyn at (219) 972-2473 if you can help.
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April 5, 2015
St. Thomas More School
On behalf
of the
Students and
Staff of
St. Thomas
More
School,
we extend our
best wishes to
all for a
Happy &
Blessed
Easter.
St. Thomas More School
Distinguished Honorees
Each year during Catholic Schools Week, the students and staff of
St. Thomas More School acknowledge special members of their school
community who have consistently shown their dedication to our school and
the importance of a Catholic Education.
We are very pleased to announce Heriberto and Oralia Flores as the
recipients of the 2015 Belief in Catholic Education Award.
The Flores’ have been part of St. Thomas More School since 1997 when
their eldest of four sons, Herbie, began kindergarten at STMS. Over these
18 years, the Flores and their children have been an integral part of our
Spring Fest 2015
Fun for the Whole Family!
Everyone is invited to the annual
St. Thomas More School SpringFest
sponsored by the
STMS Parent Association.
Pictured (front): Miguel Flores, Oralia Flores, Fr. Mike Yadron, Heriberto Flores, Jr.
Alejandro Flores and Heriberto Flores, Sr. (back): St. Thomas More School Assistant
Principal, Cindy Block and St. Thomas More School President, Noreen Bickel.
school community. They place a great value on the many positive benefits
of a Catholic education, with each of their eldest sons continuing their high
school education at Andrean. This spring their youngest son, Alex, will
graduate from St. Thomas More School and follow in his older brothers
Herbie, Adam, and Miguel’s footsteps by attending Andrean this fall.
Thank you Herb and Oralia, for entrusting your children’s elementary
education to St. Thomas More School.
Best wishes to your family; we will miss you next year.
Saturday, April 11th
4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
in the St. Thomas More Gym
Lots to Do
Games & Activities for All Ages
Face Painting • Photo Booth
Pick-A-Prize • Sand Art • Raffles
Cake Walk
and More…
Everyone is invited. Come One! Come All!
Hurry! Registration Now!
Classes are filling quickly!
To schedule a tour of our facilities or to learn more
about the many advantages of a Catholic education at
St. Thomas More School
please contact Pam Pasyk at (219) 836-9151, ext. 309
or email: [email protected]
Don’t delay. Tours are given on Mondays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays. Come see what we’re all about!
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Senior Citizens
STM Career
Networking Group
Meetings are held at 1:00 p.m. in the Kish Community Room,
10000 Calumet Avenue in Munster (unless otherwise noted).
Our group is open to any senior members of our parish.
Wednesday, April 15th
Social Gathering
80% of Jobs are Unadvertised
82% of Jobs are found through Networking
15% Found through Search Firms • 10% Found through Want Ads
4% Create Their Own Jobs • 2% Blindly Send Resumes
Monthly Luncheon
Join us for great food & engaging conversation on
Monday, April 27th at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Sheffield Restaurant
1027 Sheffield in Dyer (just south of Maria Goretti)
No reservation is required, just your company!
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Season of Hope
Wednesday, May 6th
Fr. Ed Shea, OFM
Annual Spring Luncheon & Installation of New Officers
Fr. O’Shea is a charismatic, storytelling universal speaker,
a Franciscan of the Sacred Heart Providence and a
resident at St. Peter's in the Loop.
• A feeling of expectation
• A firm assurance of things that are unclear
• Belief that future circumstances will be better
STM Weis Center
8635 Calumet Avenue • Munster, IN
When:
The 3rd Thursday of Every Month
Time:
7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Email:
[email protected]
Regular Meetings are Free! Open to All!
For those who are unemployed (in transition), new to the job
market, employed but changing careers or those
who can offer employment opportunities through
their current professional connections.
Have your cover letter, resume or thank you note
critiqued by a professional.
Wednesday, July 15th
Annual Senior Picnic
12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. in the Solar Room
for all current Senior Citizen ministry members
Where:
Wedding Anniversary Mass
Catholic Charities is hosting its annual
Wedding Anniversary Mass and Reception
with Bishop Hying at the Cathedral of Holy Angels in Gary on
Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
Join other couples celebrating their 25th, 40th, 50th or 50+ Year
Anniversary in this Catholic Charities sponsored event.
Reception to follow. Please complete a reservation form, found in
our Parish Office by Wednesday, April 15th.
Seating is limited. Call (219) 886-3549, x331 to learn more.
Right to Life
Marriage Encounter Weekends
Annual Fundraiser
Deepen your communication, rekindle your romance and renew
your Sacrament by attending the next Worldwide Marriage
Encounter. Weekends: April 17-19 • June 12-14 • August 7-9
All take place in Elk Grove Village, IL
Early registration is recommended. Contact Jim or Kris at
(630) 577-0778 or http://wwme-chicagoland.org. to reserve.
Lake County Right to Life will be hosting the annual fundraising
banquet at the Avalon Manor in Merrillville on
Friday, April 10, 2015 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Ryan Bomberger from the Radiance Foundation will be our
guest speaker. You can make your reservations by visiting
http://www.lakecortl.org/banquet.html.
We are in need of underwriters, table sponsors, and patron ad
donors for this event. And there are multiple opportunities to
advertise in our program book. Please contact us for more
information or to help with a sponsorship.
Save the Date!
All of Our Parish Volunteers are Winners!
Celebrate the 141st Run for the Roses
Kentucky Derby-style as STM says
St. Vincent De Paul
During this Easter season, please consider a donation to those
who are less fortunate by contributing to the St. Vincent de Paul
Society. One might consider that when the poor call the parish
for food or utility assistance they are calling upon you!
The SVDP Food Pantry needs the following items:
Spaghetti Sauce • Canned Meat/Fish • Peanut Butter • Jelly
Soup • Rice • Boxed Potatoes
Bar Soap • Toothpaste • Shampoo
Thank You
to the many volunteers who assist
our parish throughout the year.
Dinner • Dancing • Mint Juleps & Sweet Tea
Derby Hat Contest
for men & women with prizes.
Saturday, May 2nd -6:30 p.m.—STM Social Center
Watch upcoming bulletins for a reservation form.
Reservation deadline is April 20th.
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Join Other Young Catholic Adults
"Painting Possibilities"
All young Catholic adults in their
20’s & 30’s, married & single are invited to join
Watercolor+Wine Fundraising Event
Enjoy an afternoon creating a spring landscape watercolor,
guided by local artist and instructor Alice Nebelsiek Piorkowski.
Cash wine bar, auction baskets and raffles will be available.
Due to the popularity of this event, we are repeating this event:
Bishop Don Hying for a “Q & A” Session
Friday, April 10th from 7:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
Whiting Knights of Columbus
1120-119th Street in Whiting Young
adults will be encouraged to share
their thoughts, ideas and opinions on
the issues they face today.
Bring a friend or two and make it a
night out, beginning with a healthy
dialogue about the Church...and the
roles young adults will play in her
future. Admission is free. Cash bar
offered. RSVP’s required on or before April 8th. RSVP via
event Facebook page (see facebook.com/dogaryyam for link) or
email [email protected] For info about our monthly events,
visit dgyoungadult.com.
Sunday, April 12th from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
St. Thomas More Weis Center • 8635 Calumet in Munster
Tickets are $50 each and must be ordered in advance. Space is
limited and may sell out quickly, so don’t delay. Donations of
goods/services for our auction baskets are cheerfully accepted!
Must be 21. Purchase tickets atwww.plantingpossibilities.org,
email: [email protected] or call (219) 237-9353.
Proceeds benefit Planting
Possibilities, a 501c3
nonprofit with the mission
to provide job-skills
training, employment & volunteer opportunities for adults with
autism and other developmental disabilities in Lake County, IN.
Msgr. Ryder K of C Council on Wednesday, April 15th from
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. For tickets, call Rich Brown (219)769-2833.
Advanced tickets: $8 Regular Meal/$6 Petite Meal
At the door tickets: $9 Regular Meal/$7 Petite Meal
Dyngus Day Celebration
Monday, April 6th (day after Easter). Enjoy this traditional
Polish celebration at All Saints Church, 570 Sibley Street in
Hammond with food and drinks (pop, beer & wine) and music
by Take Five from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are $20/person (reservations required). Limited space.
Call Maryann at (219) 932-0204 for tickets and info.
Swieconka Post-Easter Luncheon
The Polish Women's Alliance will celebrate its "Swieconka" postEaster luncheon on April 18th at the Knights of Columbus Hall,
1104 Knights of Columbus Drive in East Chicago (across from the
South Shore Station). Doors open at Noon. Lunch at 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $35/adults & $7.50/children under12. Reservations are due by
April 13th by calling Delphine Huneycutt at 219-218-4420.
Spring Luncheon
Ridge United Methodist Church, 8607 Columbia Avenue in
Munster, is proud to present their annual “Spring is in the Air”
Luncheon on Thursday, April 9th from 11:00 a.m. until
1:00 p.m. Doors open at 10:45 a.m. for the Bake Sale. Donation
of $10/adult & $4/children. Express line & carry-outs available.
Quarter Auction Fundraiser
The Shrine of Christ’s Passion
He is Risen! Indeed He is Risen!
Visit the Shrine of Christ’s Passion during this Easter Season.
Shrine Adopt-A-Station Volunteers
Please consider joining our Shrine Adopt-A-Station Volunteers.
As our busy season approaches, we are in need of a few more
people willing to give a small amount of time to help keep the
statue scenes along the Prayer Trail looking beautiful.
Please call (219) 365-6010 if you are interested in helping.
“Casino Royale” Las Vegas Night
The Knights of Columbus #8082 are sponsoring a Las Vegas
Night at St. James Hall, 45th & Kennedy in Highland, on
Saturday, April 11th from 6:10 p.m. to Midnight. Lots of casino
games (blackjack, roulette, 3-card stud, Caribbean stud, money
wheel, beat-the-dealer and more). $10 donation includes all food
and beverages. Must be 21 or older to attend. For more
information, please call (219) 718-3787.
Meatloaf Dinner
A Meatloaf Dinner fundraiser is being held at St. Andrew’s
Ameling Hall, 801 W. 73rd in Merrillville by the
St. Stephen Martyr Women's Club “Quarters -4-A- Cause” is
April 19th at American Legion Post 430, 7430 Broadway in
Merrillville. Noon start/Auction at 1:00 p.m. Tickets available at the
door. Join us for an afternoon of fun. Bids on the items are 1 to 4
quarters. Lunch available. For more info: Maureen (219) 980-9348.
Share Foundation Needs You
Share Foundation with the Handicapped is looking for individuals to
work at weekend camps for developmentally disabled adults. If you
are fun-loving, over the age of 16 & want to share your time &
talents with our special campers as staff members, our weekend
Spring Mini-Camps will be held: April 17-19 and May 15-17. Please
call Nick Roland at (219)778-2585 or [email protected]
Homemade Pierogi
St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church (Ridge & White Oak)will
resume pierogi sales the week of April 13th. Easter blessings to all!
We hope to see you after the Easter holiday.
Wounded Healers
The Spring/Summer session of Wounded Healers, a
non-denominational grief support program, will begin on
Wednesday, April 29th. Watch upcoming bulletins for full details.
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Please keep these individuals from our Easter Flower Memorials in your prayers:
Mr. & Mrs. J. Leask
Delores Petrovich
Charles Petrovich
Charles Petrovich Jr.
Edward Skibinski
Esther Skibinski
Linda Mary Skibinski
Jerome Skibinski
Joe Bobalik
Steve Zelenika
Adeline Pisarski
Ann Starcevich
Mary Zelenika
Mary Ellen Kuntarich
Elizabeth Noworyta
Marie Borowiec
Robert & Patricia Kalka
Virginia Garcia
Greg & Lil Molinaro
Amadel & Pearl Gregoline
Gregory R. Molinaro
Gene Gregoline
Catherine Wiech Ploszaj
Boleslaw Ploszaj
Chester Milen
Walter & Bill Pietrszak
Ficht Family
Mr. & Mrs. William
Garzinski, Sr.
William Garzinski Jr.
Shirlee Lebryk
Kathleen Balon
Adeline Balon
Oblon Families
Gauger Families
Rose Krizmanic
Joseph Pawlak
Pelc Family
Jeffrey Richards
Joanne Darrington
Mary A. Martin
Paul L. Martin
Carmi Massaro
Regina Linkowski
Rita Kopenec Sajna
John Rybicki
The Rybicki Family
The Galkowski Family
Edward Marquardt
Paul Hasselbring
Ernie Hasselbring
Henry Hasselbring
Mona Powers
Jack Powers
Jack Cauham
Grandma Cauham
Robert Weglewski
Leokadia Jaworski
Tadeusz Jaworski
Walter Bogielczyk
Joanne Darrington
Andrew & Helen Onda
Martha & Elizabeth Jarvis
John Horvath
Bill Kontrimas
John Rybicki
Barbara Jarvis
Mary Galkowski
Joe & Stephanie Rybicki
Leonard & Irene Galkowski
Thomas & Hannah Keaveney
Adam & Sylvia Kretz
Bill & Ada McCullum
Amado & Delfina Cabrera
Janet Bluml
Dario Banda
Ralph Miller
Margaret Miller
Delphine Kinst
Louis Retseck
Martha Kamont
John Maye
Ann Ivan
Mike Ivan
William C. Gerlach
George E. Abelseth
Daniel L. Gerlach
Jacqueline M. Gerlach
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Maicher
Patricia & John Thomas
Ray & Bernice Brandner
Stanley & Harriet Sliwa
David Brandner
Marilyn Strong
Robert Mannix
Mannix Family
Jim Folta
Folta/Stribiak Families
Grandpa Folta
Ann Carnavacciolo
Raffaella Carnavacciolo
Gennaro Carnavacciolo
Salvatore Carnavacciolo
Szymanski Family
McGrath Family
Zegaczewski Family
Ferkich Family
Zega Family
Madonia Family
George Behrens
Patricia Reppa
Jerry Reppa
Sandy Koehler
William O’Rourke
Dolores Koch
William Koch
Walter Liszewski
Mr. & Mrs.
Wayne E. Berdine
Gretchen Nordyke
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Nordyke
Mrs. Wilma Nordyke
Mr. & Mrs. Drue F. Berdine
Mrs. Karen Pruizn
Sister M. Arilda, OSF
Sister M. Angelita, OSF
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Strudas
Thaddeus Kopczynski
Annette Barcelo
Joey Crescent
Ed Magurany
Carlos F. Uy
Sieng Uy
Eustaquia Falisawans
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Sophie & Walter Szynalik
Roberg Gregor
Edward Wiewiora
Stanley Szynalik
Kunkel/Sagan Familes
Jean Maloney
MaryJean Christy
Mary Wuellner
Patricia Masterton
Bernice Masterton
George Mattingly
Carlos Rodriguez
Carlos Rodriguez Sr.
The Avgerinos Family
The Fitzpatrick Family
Mary & Walter Puterko
Anthony & Elizabeth Ciesko
Ruth I. Paganis
Theodore C. Paganis Sr.
Madeleine Josif Forszt
Dr. A.A. Forszt Sr.
Maxine McLear
Marie Wojciehowski
Maria “Vivian” Keyes
Richard Kotfer
John & Sophia O’Block
Clarence & Florence Nitz
John O’Block Jr.
Pagorek Family
Maria Ebert
Sonja & Fred Mendoza
Edward Lula
Louis M. Klein
Weidenfeller Families
Clauson Families
Dagnillo Families
Dan Shudick
Julian Furman
Julia Furman
Harold Garcia
Frank Gradisher
Nowak Family
Gradisher Family
Magurany & Pelczar Families
Tom & Mary Ann Magurany
John & Sylvia Hmurovic
Thomas & Helen Krull
Donna Jean Strange
Ann Lessie
Madajczyk Family
Simko Family
Dernulc & Sajn Families
Trevor Alexander
June Remec
Susie & John Baran
Cletus O’Drobinak
Mary & Andrew Hanusin
Dick E. McLaughlin
Ernest Havran
Stephen & Melvina Shondel
Florence Savage
Steven L. Shondel
Havran Family
Wm & Gertrude
Wolak Family
McLaughlin
Anne Marie Baker
Jim McLaughlin
Hortencia de Garcia
.George & Margaret Kolina Mr. & Mrs. Casimer Sajdyk
Stanley & Anna Jasinski
and Sons
Frank Jasinski
Walter Casimer Jr. & Lee
Pete Puentes
Richard Rudnick
Phyllis Meyer
Violet Kontol
Deceased Members of
Ingbretson Family
Schreiner Family
Grimsley Family
Anna Kanic
Canoni Family
Martin Kanic
Bianchi Family
Marca Libel
Agostino Femminella
Gorg Kanich
Antonietta Femminella
Greg Hirsch
Carmelo Scalzo
Jim Haugh
William & Catherine O’Brien
Thomas Boblink
Joseph & Mary Figler
Joseph & Rose Pagliero
Robert Figler
Frank Boblink Jr.
John Figler
Jared Barlow
Maria Barajas
Pawlowski Family
Regina Famodu
Lesniewski Family
Julius Famodu
Lesniewicz Family
Victoria Akinsanya
Behland Family
Kunle Famodu
Humpfer & Nowicki
Garrett & Jeffrey DeVries
Families
Frank Markey
Helen Murzyn
Deceased of Szczepaniak
Carol Ribble
& Helminski Families
Frank Ribble
Mr. & Mrs. Casimir Wujek
Vivian Ribble
Norbert Wujek
Spencer Ribble
William J. Slusarczyk
Don Earl
Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Slusarczyk
Thomas J. Roach Sr.
Maryann Frederisy
John A. Mockus Sr.
Cruz Gutierrez
Harriet G. Mockus
Ben Gutierrez
John A. Mockus Jr.
Margarita Alvarez
Thomas Skarbek
Aureliano Alvarez
McIntosh-Kukta-Visovatti
Al Wozniak
Families/Relatives/Friends
Irene Kuzma
Josephine Wawro
Grandparents, Parents,
Walter Wawro
Brother (Frey) of Josephine
Anna & Andy Furjel
Neverauskas
Melencio San Diego
Elizabeth & Herman
Cenan San Diego
Rueckert
Sergio San Diego
Zvonimir & Daniel Jugovic
Mary James
Clayton James
Grandma Delgado
Grandma Shade
Aunt Linda Nana
James Sabella
Noreen Coppolillo
Charles Lynch
Cecilia Lynch
Mildred Brunner
Tom Eder
Harriet LaBounty
Larry Brazzale
Bob Gamboa
Leonore Brazzale
Raquel Bermejo
Helen Reffkin
Jack L. DeBoer
Catalina Del Real
Jesus & Mercedes Alvarez
Maria Ramos
Meme Alvarez
Mike Haro
Johnny & Nena Alvarez
Paul Hayduch
George & Dolores Young
Rosemary King
Virginia Pancheri
Joseph Dubeck
Robert Waters
Leonard & Katie Mills
Clarence & Nina Jones
Louis Kovach
John & Marie Dillon
Leatha Dillon
Emily Kolbus
Benny Mach
Margie Mach
Irene Franciski
Chester Franciski
Emma Conway
Joanne Modrzejewski
Pat Matts
Mary Modrzejewski
Van Modrzejewski
Edward & Stella Olszewski
Martin & Bernice Pieters
Robert Samardzjia
Ziemkiewicz & Szymakowski
Families
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Jesus Cantu
Dorothy Cantu
Martin Becella
George Burns
Frances Burns
James Callahan
Clarence Szorc
Edna Jasieniecki
Edward Rudakas
Eugene Dobkowski
Dolores DeVries
John DeVries
Alexander Dobkowski
Taszanski & Zivich Families
Stephen Arent
Rosemarie Arent
John Albizati
Lois Strain
Steve & Katherine Mardjetico
Francis Mikolanis
Dorothy Blumka
Louis Blumka
Joseph & Dorothy Yerga
Paul & Joann Casper
Maria Misevska
Dominic & Agnes Candiano
Bernard & Pearl Novak
Edwin Hamilton
Diana Alvarado
Charlotte Ziemkiewicz
Marguerite Boutin
Maurice Boutin
Robert Zavada
LaVigne Family
Devoy Family
Joe Henneberry
Doris Glegg
Katelyn Gallagher
Sheila Miksis
Gerald Jenkins, Jr.
Jo Ann Sommer
Edward Ballanco
John F. Macknyk
Barbara Macknyk
Helen Zbos
Deceased Karulski Family
Mark Marczak
Stanley Marczak
Nancy Winiecki
Julia Gacek
Robert Tolnai
Richard Younkers
Alfredo Gimalay
Bonifacia Z. Gimalay
Rogelio Pastrana
Leonila Pastrana
Marilyn Strong
Eileen Puskedra
John & Shelba Klyczek
Joey Puskedra
Frank Kish
Tim Kish
Stodola Family
Churley Family
Neal & Jo Tolley
Allen & Rita Alexander
Lore Waclawek
Anne Baranowski
John & Lottie Spudic
Joseph Justynski
Ed & Irma Smiley
Isaac Christian Larsen
Roland Kwasny
Andrew & Alma Novotny
John & Helen Kwasny
Marilou Langer
Marilyn Strong
Michael S. Bittner
Alfredo Crisante
Rose & Jim Vincent
Frank Simko
Mr. & Mrs. W. Petersen
Chip Petersen
Alice Kotso
Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Buffone
Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Belmonte
Mr. & Mrs. Francesco
Ruffolo
Joseph Buffone
Marino Liberio
Norbert Lewandowski
Carmen Salazar
Manuel Salazar
Steve Sarnowski
Lucy Siatta
Helen Skurka
Ed Ceccacci
Milivoje Milosavljevic
Karen Rhodes
Alfredo Sierra Jr.
Guadalupe Rizo
Andrew & Mary Pellar
Agnes & Charles Reed
Robert C. Reed
Judge Wm J. Obermiller
Obermiller Family
Odlivak Family
Gallucia Family
Robert Wierzbinski
Pam Svoboda
Theo McDonough
Peter & Esther Wong Sr.
P.S. & W. S. Lee
Robert & S.N. Wong
Edward Lee & Charles
Mary Ann Segvich
Maria Torres
Victor Torres Sr.
Esperanza Lerma
Alfonso Lerma Sr.
Frank Woszczynski
Laura Woszczynski
Clara Reihel
Emma & Frank Reihel
Angeline Herman
Jurewicz Family
Kalwasinski Family
Thomas Browne
George Browne
Florence Browne
Rose Krizmanic
Stephen Sajn
Anna Dernulc
Edward Dernulc, Sr.
Helen Danclovich
David G. Wysocki
Carrie & Edward Wisniewski
Janina Krysinski
Trinidad Alonzo
Dr. John W. Gustaitis Sr.
Josephine Booth
Ursula Gustaitis
Madelyn Udowski
Anthony Udowski
Gene Leahy
Tony J. Lopiccolo
Irene & Stefan Kwiecien
Christine Komyatte
Peter Komyatte
Sophie Cengel
Anthony Cengel
Peggy Kienzle
Norman Banas
Colleen Lusk
Phyllis Spencer
Raymond Spencer
Paul Spencer
Charles Spencer
Antonio Porras Jr. & Sr.
J.D. & Reba Brown
Hector & Adrian Porras
Arlis Stanfield
Marciala Perez
Marcos Perez
Robert Perez
Anna & Michael Monak
Everett Meier
Edwin Nadratowski
Lorene Femminella
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Smosna
Mr. & Mrs. William Vance
Khatarina Grimm
Elizabeth Seitz
Joseph & Ruth Conrad
Sean O’Keefe
Frank & Ann Zipko
Walter & Harriet Giba
Ngo Seng Joseph
Simplicia Ngo
Doling Yee
Deceased Relatives of
NgoFamily
Cathy Somenzi
Gloria Stanley
Tony Padilla
Michael Padilla
Wanda Mazerik
Paul Mazerik
Hayden & Doretta Fox
Royce W. Johnson
Edward Feddeler
Caroline Hepner
Harold Hepner
Eugene & Aileen Walczak
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Harry & Margaret Kender
Victor & Louise Schullt
Ed Magerl Sr.
Andrew M. Kusek
Jean Kusek
E. Dale King
Ruth King
John Balka
Faye Nunnery
Wm J. Spinar Sr.
Estelle V. Spinar
Michael J. Spinar
Frank G. Dudek
Andrew & Mary Banas
Donald & Jeri Banas
Miguel Mota
Deceased Members of
Banik & Piniak Families
Anne & Richard Osborn
Officer Robert Gallowitch
Mary Ellen Kuntarich
Norman L. Banas
William & Rosalia Kress
Mrs. Mikey Thomson
Tommy Thomson Jr.
Victor & Mary Kocur
Edward Ciba Jr. &
Helen Ciba
Janice Ciba
Marcello Espitia
Robert Rodriguez Sr.
Frank Salazar
Frank & Adeline McIntyre
Bill & Pearl VanSomeren
Rita Florek
Johnny Uram
Harry & Dolores Flisiak
Stanley & Emily Jablonski
Ed & Joan Wolak
Emily Therese Domasica
Therese Domasica
In Honor of:
Miskovich Family
Diane Markey
Dede Morrow
Caitlin & Rachel Morrow
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