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Manitowoc Herald-Times from Manitowoc, Wisconsin • Page A3

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HERALDTIMESREPORTER www.htrnews.com A3 MyDearestAndrea, 7yearsagoGodandChristcalledyouhometo Heaven.Nothinghaschangedin7years.Istill tobewithyou.Itakelifeonedayatatimeand tryveryhardtobehappy.WhenIthinkofyou Iam.Irelyonmyfaithandknowthedaywill comewhenItakethesamejourneyandwewill betogetherforeverinHisKingdom. Iloveyoualwaysandforever. Yourlovinghusband, Andrea (Waak) Hubbartt Jan.27,1960-June12,2007 WI-5001804235 InLoving InLoving Memoryof Memoryof WI-5001804241 InmemoryofourFriend RichNovak Silentmemorieskeepyounear, Astimeunfoldsanotheryear, Outofourlivesyoumaybegone, Weloveandmissyou. Withfaithintheresur- rectionofJesustheChrist, theReverendJohnC. childrenborntoAdolphJ.

andAgnes(Benzschawel) 2014atSt.Mary’sHome, Manitowoc. FatherNeuserwasborn inManitowoconFebruary ateofSt.BonifaceSchool colnHighSchoolin1951 andManitowocCounty NormalSchoolin1953. Hebeganhisstudiesfor thepriesthoodinJordan tendedforthreeyearsand thencontinuedhiseduca- tioninSt.John’sSemi- nesota.OnJune9,1962, hewasordainedapriest fortheDioceseofGreen BaybyBishopStanislaus V.Bona,BishopofGreen Bay.Hisfirstappointment wasatemporaryappoint menttoSt.AnthonyPar- appointedasassociate pastorofSt.LukeParish, wasalsoappointedtobe chaplainfortheTwoRiv ersMunicipalHospital.On Neuserwastransferredto SacredHeartParishinOs hkosh.Helaterservedas anassistantpastoratSt. BernardParishinApple- tonandSt.AloysiusPar- ishinKaukauna.Hisfirst pastoratewasatSt.Mary ParishinReedsvilleon FatherNeuserreturned toAppletonaspastorof St.PiusXParish.Thenhe returnedtoTwoRiversto becomethepastorofSt. MarkParishfromJune whenhebecamepastorof St.MaryParishinBrillion whereheremainedun tilnamedpastorofHoly CrossParishinMishicot Attheageof70Father Neuserretiredtohishome inManitowocbutbecame apart-timechaplainto theFelicianSeniorLiving Communityandassisted inotherparishesinthe area.

FatherNeuserissur- vivedbythreesistersand ersandfoursisters-in- Watertown.Alsosurviving are32niecesandneph relativesandfriends.He wasprecededindeathby JeromeKeehan. Receptionofthebody bytheVicarRev.Richard KlingeisenwillbeatSt. FrancisofAssisiChurch onGrand-1416Grand p.m.whereaprayerser- vicewillbeledbytheRev. DavePleier.Visitationwill resumeonFridaymorn- a.m.until10:45a.m.The funeralliturgywillbeheld ertMorneauwillpreside andReverendJohnBerg- stadtwillpreachthehom- ily.Burialwilltakeplace itowoc. familyrequeststhatme morialsbemadetothe LeoBenevolentSociety, WI54208 Additionalexpressions ofsympathymaybesent tothefamilybyvisiting www.pfefferfuneralhome.

com ThePfefferFuneral sistingthefamilywithfu- neralarrangements. Specialthankstothe wonderfulnursingstaffat St.Mary’sHomewhotook suchlovingcareofFather John.Yourkindnesswill neverbeforgottenbythe family. encedmyownpriestly DecreeontheMinistryand firsttaskofpriestsasco- workersofthebishopsto preachthegospelofGod toaskanyofthepeople whomIhaveserveddur ingthepast45yearswhat myoutstandingqualityis, Iamsuretheywouldim muchtimeinpreparing andpresentingtheWord ofGod.Perhapsitismy backgroundfromManito wocCountyNomalSchool thatgavemegreatjoyin teachingatallgradelev elsfrompre-schoolthrough college.JesusISmyMaster yourways.Encourageone another.Liveinharmony loveandpeacewillbewith MarkT.Gagnon,age87, of1500North3rdStreet, MarkwasbornonJuly Wisconsin. Hewas thesonof thelate Norman andMar thaStatler Gagnon. Markattendedschoolsin TwoRivers.Heenlistedin theUnitesStatesNavyand servedoverseasduring WorldWarII.Afterserv inghiscountryforthree washonorablydischarged andreturnedhometo TwoRivers.Markbecame employedwithSweeney BrothersConstruction Company.Afterworking constructionMarkandhis wifeAliceownedandop rantsinManitowocforthe next23years.Markthen becameemployedatBurg- erBoatCompanyforthe next12yearsfromwhere hethenretired.

marriedAliceL.Joasat theFundamentalBible consin.Markwasamem- berofFirstReformedUnit- edChurchofChrist.He andwoodworking. Heissurvivedbyhis Diane(Dennis)Minkel; Jill(Bob)Springborg; Mark(Nancy)Gagnon; withotherrelativesand friends.Hewaspreceded indeathbyhisparents, andoneson-in-law. Privategravesideser- vicesforthefamilywill beheldatForestHome CemeteryinTownsend, Wisconsin.Cremation hastakenplaceatthe HarriganParksideCrema toryandChapel.Online condolenceforthefamily canbesenttowww.harri- ganparksidefuneralhome. com. TheHarriganParkside FuneralHomeandCrema- isassistingthefamilywith funeralarrangements.

CathyS.Ahearn,age lyathomeearlyTuesday CathywasborninTwo thedaughterofMarlene andthelateDonaldC. Markowski.Sheattended TwoRiverspublicschools, graduatingfromWashing tonHighSchoolwiththe classof1976.Shemar- riedMichaelW.Ahearnon CongregationalChurchin TwoRivers.Cathyworked forParagonElectricofTwo Riversforapproximately sevenyearsbeforebecom raisingherchildren.Start- inginSeptemberof1995, afterherchildrenwere fortheTwoRiversPublic SchoolSysteminvari ouscapacitiesincluding manyhoursuntilherill- nessforcedhertoretire. campersandweremem- bersoftheJaycocamping enjoyedkitingandwasa memberoftheWisconsin crossstitch. Survivorsincludeher andTomMannofMani- veryspecialfamilymem isfurthersurvivedbytwo nieceandthreenephews, Linda(Robert)Maigatter, dearfriendsalsosurvive. Cathywasprecededin JohnandRuthAhearn; Adams.

Funeralserviceswill atGraceCongregational UnitedChurchofChrist, ers.Rev.RobertLauben- steinwillofficiateatthe lowinForestViewCem- Thefamilywillgreetrel ativesandfriendsatDeja Visitationwillcontinue attheChurchMonday untilthetimeofserviceat ChapelsofTwoRiversis assistingtheAhearnfam- ilywithfuneralarrange- ments. TheAhearnfamilywould liketoextendaheartfelt thankyoutoDr.Barylak, Dr.Saphner,Dr.Benham, Dr.Johnson,andtheentire staffoftheAuroraCancer thestaffofAuroraMedical Hospiceforthecompas sionatecareandsupport giventoCathyandour entirefamilyoverthepast twoyears. wasborninSheboyganon NorbertOrthandthelate miegraduatedfromNorth HighSchoolinSheboygan. Hethenwentontothe UniversityofWisconsin andtookacourseonag riculture.Hehadabeau- tifulvoiceandsangwith theBarbershoppers.He lovedhangingoutwith hisfriendsandtomany, toknowJamiewastolove him.Heneverhadabad boneinhisbody.Heloved ridinghisHarleywithhis friendsandridingsideby Togethertheytookover workingthefarm.Thisis whenhewasthehappiest -standingwithhisbroth Hewillbemissedbutnev- erforgotten.Hissmileand laughterwascontagious. Jamieislovinglysur- K.OrthofCalifornia,An- drew(Amy)OrthofCleve- FrancisandElaineOrth andtheir11children.Ja mieisfurthersurvivedby numerousotherrelatives andfriends.

Tomybrother, couldnotsee.Isought soughtmybrotherand foundallthree.Iloveyou AMassofChristian Burialwillbecelebratedat Rev.MatthewWidder,Pas Friendswillbewelcomed a.m.untilthetimeof Mass.Thecommittalser viceandburialwillfollow atSt.WendelCemetery inClevelandfollowingthe Mass. hornchapels.com JohnR.Mountford,48, CrematoryofManitowoc DEATHNOTICES A23- year-oldManitowocman wastransportedtothe hospitalafterauthorities werecalledtoaone-vehi- p.m.onWednesdayinthe 1100blockofNorthRap- idsRoad. travelingsouthonNorth RapidsRoadwhenhe swervedtopassamail truckontherightshoul- bothoftheManitowocPo- liceDepartment. vehiclebegantoskidand flippedoverontoitsdriv- hicleknockedoveratraf- ficsignpostandcameto restagainstautilitypole, Freibothsaid. TheManitowocFire Departmentassistedwith extractingthedriver ingtheroofofthevehi- saidLt.KerryPeckofthe firedepartment.

Thefour-doorpassen- gercarwasstabilized withawinchattachedto Thedriverwastransport- edtoHolyFamilyMemo- rialMedicalCenterfor Nodrugsoralcohol weresuspectedandnoci- tationswereissuedatthis CompiledbySuzanneWeiss: Manitowocfirefighterstransporta23-year-oldManitowoc manonastretcherearlyWednesdayafternoonafterhis carknockedoveratrafficsignpostandcametorest againstautilitypole.Theaccidentoccurredinthe1100 blockofNorthRapidsRoad. driverinrollover HTRMedia Theearlierdecisionto holdthelicenseshad raisedquestionsabout thelegalityofthemar- riages. ofthemarriageswillbe decidedincourt. court? U.S.DistrictJudge BarbaraCrabbstruck same-sexmarriagesas unconstitutionalonFri- ordertellingthestate howtoimplementherde- cision. proposedorderasbeing overlyvague.

VanHollenasked Crabbtoactquicklyand alsoreiteratedhisre- questthatsheputherrul- ingonholdpendinghis plannedappeal. lenhasaskedthe7thU.S. CircuitCourtofAppeals inChicagotostopmoreli- censesfrombeingissued. Crabbcouldschedule ahearingtoconsiderthe orjustissueanorder basedonargumentssub- mittedbybothsides. The7thCircuitalsois expectedtodecidesoon whetheritcantakeup stopthemarriages.

AfinalrulingonWis- monthsaway. Marriage ContinuedfromPageA1 OBITUARIES OBITUARIES OBITUARIES.

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