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2014 July 7 St Thomas News
Fr. Burns will say mass at St Thomas on Saturday, July 26th, at 4:00pm
The schedule for masses at St. Anne’s with Father George officiating is Saturdays at 5:15 pm, and Sundays 8 and 10:30 a.m.
Lucille Koenig Connolly Hayden, formerly of the St. Thomas area, died on Monday, June 30, 2014 at the Minnesota Valley Health Center nursing home. She was born on April 25, 1926 in Scott County to John and Theresa (Pieper) Koenig and attended Mankato State Teachers College, and taught at St. Benedict, West Concord, Janesville, Morgan and Le Center. Lucille married John Connolly July 1, 1952, he passed away in 1961. Lucille married Cletus Hayden in 1963, and he also precedes her in death. Our sympathies to her son, Kevin and Diane Connolly of Le Center and grandchildren, Sarah Boswell, David Connolly and Becky Connolly. Our sympathies also to her siblings, Albert, Lawrence, Robert, Martha Zweber, Jane Armond, and sister-in-law, Marcella Koenig and their families. Lucille was preceded in death by her husbands; brother, Joseph Koenig; daughter, Carol Connolly; brother-in-law, Tony Zweber and sister-in-law, Carol Koenig. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was held on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 11 a.m. at St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Le Sueur. Visitation was one hour prior to the Mass at the church on Tuesday. Lucille was laid to rest among our Dearly Departed in St. Thomas.
Dennis Michael O’Connell, better known as “Denny”, of Edina, passed away suddenly on Friday, July 4th, son of Loretta O'Connell and the late Richard O'Connell. Denny was mighty proud to be in a long line of O’Connells’ from County Cork, Ireland. Then to grow up on the same land, on the Montgomery side of St.Thomas, where his folks Richard and Loretta, his grandparents Robert and Margaret, and great-grandparents William H., better known in St. Thomas as “Little Bill” and Julia, lived generations before. Denny’s maternal grandparents are Arnold and Sylia Kline, friends of this writer’s grandparents. Denny received his Sacraments of Baptism, First Communion, and Confirmation here at St. Thomas. Their family pew was next to the Jack Burns family pew on the Blessed Mother’s side, six pews from the front. Denny was a draftsman by trade. The O’Connell’s were all gathered at his sister, Lorie’s, for Father’s Day. Our sympathies to his mother, Denny’s son Brian, daughter Sara, and his precious grandchildren Brian’s Justin and Jeffery, and Sara’s Sadrea, Sade, Frank, and Sarod, who brought Denny so much joy. Sympathies also to sisters and brother-in-laws, Becky and Bob Block, Vicki O'Connell and Dave Schlingmann, and Lori and Rick Gregor. Visitation wasTuesday, July 8th at the Schoenbauer Funeral Home in Montgomery from 4:00 to 8:00, with a Celebration of Life service from 6:00 to 7:00.
Pat McGraw, owner and operator of McGraw Monument Works, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, June 29th at his Henderson home. He was well known in the community. Being a cemetery enthusiast, this writer thoroughly enjoyed visiting with Pat, a friendly man, who always took the time to visit. Knowledgeable, full of interesting stories, with his genuinely warm smile and easy-going manner. Sympathies to his wife and family. Going to miss this guy.
Wishing Billy Joe Byrne a very happy 80th on July 6.
There has been a population explosion of baby girls on the Burns/Wolff branch of our St. Thomas Tree. Madelyne Wolff is great-grandma again. Gerry and Mary Wolff’s son Dan and Melanie are proud to announce Emma Sofia Wolff was born on May 27, 2014. Ray Wolff’s daughter Lisa and Jonathan are proud parents of a daughter born June 3, 2014, Caroline Evelyn Wittig. Ray’s other daughter April and Jeff, was born June 27, 2014, Elizabeth Shea Yurecko, after Lizzie Shea Halloran, her great, great, great grandmother.
Thanks to all for the Birthday greetings.
Slowly, but surely getting back to normal after the flood. Thanks. Looking forward to the St. Thomas Ladies luncheon at the Fishtale on Tuesday. Next week’s News…Have a good one.

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My Deepest Sympathy to The Families. God Speed.

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