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January 11, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Dr. John Barrow, 82, formerly of Dale, Dec. 28. Betty Bohned, 78, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 10. Mary Bonenberger, 79, the' Pro-Cathedral, Evansville, Dec. 22. Clara Booker, 91, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 13. Anthony Braunecker, Jr., 39, St. Anthony, Evansville, Dec. 13. Henry Buckwinkel, Sr., 60, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 26. Leo Burke, 87, St. Celestine, Celestine, Dec. 6. Mary Coon, 82, St. John, Vin- Cennes, Dec. 21. Gertrude Cox, 72, St. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 23. Ray Stanley Cross, 81, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 27. Steven Dant, 34, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 1. Paul Davis, 66, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. 23. " Teresa 'Sis' DeVault, 73, Resurrection, Evansville, Dec. 13. Stephen Ellis, 40, formerly of Loogootee, Dec. 10. Connie Fehrenbacher, 40, Cor- Pus Christi, Evansville, Dec. 1. Albert Folz, 82, St. Agnes, EVansville, Dec. 31. John Franke, 88, Holy Rosary, EVansville, Dec. 1. :,George Gutting, 87 St. Cle- tti ant, Boonville, Dec. 13. Robert Hagan, 59, formerly of EVansville, Dec. 27. Robert Hale, Sr., 62, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Dec. 5. Elmer Harrison, 73, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 8. Carl Hasenour, 79, St. Celestine, Celestine, Dec. 30. Edward Hayes, 65, of Washington, Dec. 16. Frances Heichelbach, 83, Holy Family Jasper, Dec. 12. Gary' {James} Hess, 26, St. John, Vincennes, Dec. 15. Ralph Hoppenjans, 41, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Dec. 23. James Home, 63, St. Mary, Evansville, Dec. 15. Madeline Hulvershorn, 84, St. Benedict, Evansville, Dec. 12. Henrietta Jasper, 87, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Dec. 19. Helen Jones, 81, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 3. Clara Kuhn, 89, St. Anthony, Evansville, December. Julia Kuntz, 90, the Pro- Cathedral, Evansville, Dec. 21. Patrick Larkin, 69, St. John, Loogootee, Dec. 13. Gerald (Bill) LeMastus, 61, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 27. Louis Lubbehusen, 68, St. Joseph, Dale, Dec. 6. Stephanie Market, infant, of Evansville, Dec. 9. Albert Matheis, 85, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 17. Letters Continued from page 4 Also, a special thanks to Bishop Gettelfinger, Father Deering, Msgr. Bilskie and all former associate pastors whom we liturgically served with; and to Patricia Bunner (bass/vocals} and all other participating musicians; teachers, students, parents, etc., who supported me while acting as DRE, Music Liturgist and piano/voice in- structor; Mid City Music (sup- porting sound equipment); and our two little girls who did not complain because we took so much time away from them to serve you. Please know that we did not get tired and just quit showing up. While preparing to return in October, I was advisd on 9/6/90 at a parish liturgy com- mittee meeting that a youth group was being formed to bet- ter serve the musical interests at Charles May, 75, St. John, Loogootee, Dec. 24. Wanda Morell, 52, St. An- thony, Evansville, Dec. 21. Daniel O'Dwyer, 42, formerly of Evansville, Dec. 26. Paul Salzman, 66, Ho'ly Redeemer, Evansville, Dec. 2. Bertha Schenk, 90, St. Agnes, Evansville, Dec. 3. Clara Schipp, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 4. Joseph Schneider, 82, the Pro- Cathedral, Evansville, Dec. 13. Bernard Schulte, 62, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 16. Robert Schutte, 39, St. Agnes, Evansville, Dec.. 24. Cecilia Sims, 86, Resurrection, Evansville, Dec. 14. Laura Snurpus, 90, St. John, Newburgh, Dec. 20. the 5:15 liturgy. Therefore, with a happy heart we say again thank you for the happy memories and with a heavy heart we say goodbye to our parish families that once in- Appointments Continued from page 2 Father Joseph Clauss, 60, was appointed as pastor of St. Peter Church, Montgomery, and the mission parishes of St. Patrick and St. Michael in Daviess County; in November 1986. He is on medical and ad- ministrative leave. Father James Endress, 56, was a military chaplain from 1965 to 1981. After a paralyzing accident, he returned to Evansville. He has been ap- pointed to a new position, as director of operations for the Diocesan Tribunal. Father Thomas Kessler, 41, St. Joseph Chapel Mausoleum Ph Crypt selections are now being offered to Catholic families on a pre- construction basis. OFFERING: Clean, dry, above-ground entombment. A beautiful chapel for committal services & private prayer. An atmosphere reflecting traditional Catholic beliefs. Mausoleum entombment at prices comparable to in-ground monument-lot burial. Your pre-need reservation will ensure the cypyt or niche of your choice. - REMEMBER - Purchasing pre-construction saves money. Purchasing pre-need protects loved ones. For information at no obligation, please mail the coupon below. Mail to: ST. JOSEPH CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM 2500 Mesker Park Drive M-2, Evansville, Indiana 47720 Name Address City Zip Phone Parish THANK YOU WHY DELAY MAKING THIS IMPORTANT DECISION? Hubert Snyder, 70, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Dec. 4. George Tenbarge, 75, St. An- thony, Evansville, Dec. 19. Edward TenBarge, 76, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Dec. 9. Dorothy Thompson, 85, St. Anthony, Evansville, December. Lillian Tretter, 83, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 8. Barbara Vaal, 91, Good Shepherd, Evansville, December. Charles Williams, 69, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 2. George Williams, 72, St. John, Loogootee, Dec. 17. Robert Wilson, 57, St. Cle- ment, Boonville, Dec. 8. Louis 'Nip' Wuchner, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 17. Regina 'Jeanne' Zuber, 58, St. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 30. i spired me to a conversion to the Catholic faith. "I will never forget people." Is. 49 Fred and Patty Woerter Evansville, Indiana i, is chaplain and teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, and continues with those responsibilities. He has been named administrator of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush. Father Leo Kiesel, 53, has served as pastor of St. John Church, Loogootee, since 1989. He is also Dean of the Washington Deanery. Bishop Gettelfinger has given him ad- ditional responsiblities as ad- ministrator of St. Peter Church, Montgomery, and the mission parishes of St. Patrick and St. Michael in Daviess County. Father Sylvester Loehrlein, 62, pastor of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush, has been assigned to provide pastoral care at St. Peter, St. Patrick and St. Michael churches. Weekend basketball at Holy Rosary Fifth and sixth grade basket- ball at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, results are reported by Steve Schlachter: Holy Rosary White 31, Holy Spirit 18; Good Shepherd 36, Holy Rosary Green 24; St. Benedict Blue 49, Evansville Christian 10; St. Benedict White 43, Christ the Kilg 20; St. Theresa White 24, Holy Rosary Gold 13. Schum I Monuments, Inc. t DALE. INDIANA t ; 937-4921 l  ............. v e...='.p. UNITED '%.m,ll SOUTHWEST CITIZENS INSURANCE AGE.cY FD!00 254-4864 [254-1760] 2 ON MAIN 204-211 E. MAIN Eutside Branch * 311 S.E. 21 St. Big Lota Shopping Center (313) 900 W. Nzt'L Ht w, Message classifieds THANK YOU ST. JUDE for hearing my prayers. R.M.B. 11