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www.upcatholic.org THE U.P. CATHOLIC DEATHS, BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS April 1, 2016 17 Space available - Contact Dcn. Steve 1-866-452-5112 upc@new.rr.com CATHOLIC CEMETERY Burial Lots, Mausoleum & Columbarium Niches Holy Cross - Marquette 1400 Wright St. Neil Newcomb 225-0191 Holy Cross - Escanaba Hwy M-35 Dale Stannard 786-4685 ERICKSON-ROCHON & NASH FUNERAL HOMES, INC. Scott D. Lutey - Manager 1000 S. Carpenter Ave. Kingsford, MI Thomas W. Nash - Owner/Manager 901 Carpenter Ave. Iron Mountain, MI 906-774-7676 A Tradition of Caring Directors-T. Nash, S. Lutey, Tammy Barrows, Robert Schinderle & Matthew Nash McKEVITT-PATRICK FUNERAL HOME, INC. Mike Patrick - Owner/Manager 305 N. Lowell St., Ironwood, MI 49938 932-1141 Range Funeral Service Inc. Frick-Zielinski F. Home 304 S. Sophie St. Bessemer, MI (906) 663-4410 Ketola-Burla F. Home 635 E. Ayer St. Ironwood, MI 888-932-1832 Range Crematory 401 Hwy 51 South Hurley, WI 888-932-1832 BJORK AND ZHULKIE FUNERAL HOME Ishpeming, MI 49849 (906) 486-8911 Ken D. Farley, Manager Tom J. Farley, Director 200 L'Anse Ave., L'Anse, MI 49946 906-524-7800 or Toll Free 866-524-7800 Susan M. Jacobs, Owner/Manager COMFORT, CARE AND CONCERN JACOBSON FUNERAL HOME, INC. 240 MCCANN STREET ST IGNACE, MI 49781 (906) 6437711 FAX (906) 6437089 BRUCE J. DODSON, FUNERAL DIRECTOR Our Family Serving Yours over 40 years." EJSFDUPST EPOBMEK DSBXGPSE KBNFTE DSBXGPSE DBSFOM DSBXGPSE TJODF 302 SOUTH 13TH STREET, ESCANABA, MI 49829 ESCANABA (906) 786-0074 + BARK RIVER (906) 466-2211 FUNERAL HOMES DEATHS BEAUCHAMP, Leo, 90, St. Joseph, Lake Linden BELLE, Bolda, 81, St. Gregory, Newberry BENSON, Mary Jean, 95, St. Jo- seph & St. Patrick, Escanaba BURNS, Judith, 65, St. Mi- chael, Marquette CONANT, Donald James, 85, Resurrection, Menominee CORON, Suzanne, 82, St. Joseph, Ishpeming DERUSHA, John L. "Jack," 76, St. Gregory, Newberry DEYONGHE, Vicki, 95, St. Mary, Norway HARTL, Kathleen, 90, Holy Spirit, Menominee MORGAN, Glen, 97, St. Mi- chael, Marquette MOSCA, Jeanne, 88, St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming SCHOEN, Rosemary, 92, St. Joseph & St. Patrick, Escana- ba SHANE, Mary Ellen, 89, St. Ignatius Loyola, Houghton SKRZYPCZAK, Joseph, 80, Our Lady of the Snows, Hessel VERVILLE, Dwaine, 61, St. Agnes, Iron River ZWOLINSKI, Ronald, 68, St. Stanislaus Kostka, Goetzville BAPTISMS LAKE LINDEN, St. Joseph: Anitra Pearl Fortin HOUGHTON, St. Ignatius Loyola: Michael Jay Nolan Negaunee estate includes grant for training of seminarians 50 & 25 YEARS AGO BY LARRY CHABOT FROM OUR SUNDAY VISITOR APRIL 1, 1966 Sault Ste. Marie will be the site of a Shrine of the Missionaries Tower to mark the 300th anniversary of the diocese's first church. The estate of Peter Vukelich of Negaunee included a large grant for seminarian training. Escanaba's Edward Marenger family donated a truck to Escanaba native Father Sam Hermes' Philippine mission. FROM THE U.P. CATHOLIC APRIL 1-5, 1991 Bishop Mark Schmitt announced that Father Rick Courier in Nadeau and Father Thomas Poisson in Menominee will switch parishes. "Discover Catholic Schools" was the ad campaign theme for the country's 13,000 parochial schools. Nobel Prize winner Mother Teresa protested that her name was being used by phony fundraisers. Sister Nivard Hainault, age 91, died March 2, 2016 at St. Joseph Convent in Milwaukee, Wis. Mary Catherine was born in Hubbell, Mich. on March 25, 1924, the ninth of 14 children to Albert and Delia (Chandonais) Hainault. She attended the former St. Ce- cilia Grade School in Hubbell and was a 1942 graduate of Lake Lin- den-Hubbell High School in Lake Linden. She entered the School Sisters of St. Francis Order in Au- fust of that year. She was received on June 13, 1943 and professed her final vows on June 21, 1945. Sister Nivard held various teaching po- sitions in the Milwaukee area and was an elementary administrator for several years. She was the pastoral associate and director of the RCIA program at St. Anthony parish in Menomonee Falls, and involved in hos- pital ministry. Sister Nivard had a special devotion to St. Joseph and loved nature, especially colored leaves, birds, beautiful sun- sets and butterflies. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers Albert (Bud), Paul, Ted and Harry; sisters Henrietta, Alice, infants Claire and Dorothy, Loraine, and Betty. She is survived by her siblings in Michigan, Joe of Edmore, Pat Lynch of Detroit and Joan (Larry) Poissant of Ishpeming; sisters-in-law Lillian (Ted) of Marquette and Gretchen (Harry) of Hubbell, numer- ous nieces and nephews as well as her com- munity of the School Sisters of St. Francis in Milwaukee. A Mass of Christian Burial was held in Milwaukee on March 9. Sister Nivard Hainault Si Ni d Sister Nivard Hainault Prayer for Mourners Lord God, you are attentive to the voice of our pleading. Let us find in your Son comfort in our sadness, certainty in our doubt, and courage to live through this hour. Make our faith strong through Christ our Lord, Amen. Courtesy of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Got News? Send it to: news@dioceseofmarquette.org

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