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Greer's Mortuary of Sedona

2725 West Highway 89A
Sedona, AZ 86336
(928) 282-3253
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Roman V. Meyer, 87, St. Joseph - WJON News

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Roman is survived by his wife, Dorothy; daughter, Patricia Meyer and her husband, Jim Sevec of Prescott Valley, Arizona; son, Richard and his wife Monica of Sedona, Arizona; brother, Leander of St. Joseph; and sister, Marcella Roe of Grey Eagle.Roman was preceded in death by his parents; son, Stephen on October 12, 1996; brother, Cyril; and sister, Catherine Schroden.

`Light and Lively' art fits theme of play - Arvada Press

Monday, September 19, 2016

He works in gouache and oil.He teaches at Art Students League of Denver and Curtis Arts and Humanities Center in Greenwood Village and is represented by galleries in Denver, Taos, Evergreen and Sedona.Bruce Zander is an intaglio printmaker (in intaglio printing, the lines are carved into the plate and hold ink, as opposed to relief printmaking) and a photographer. He uses a modern take on an ancient way of making prints and converts his photographic images into ink-based intaglio prints with a metal plate. He says he uses high-quality inks and papers so the resulting prints are museum quality.He is largely self-taught as far as printmaking goes, but has studied with fine art photographers Alan Ross (assistant to Ansel Adams) John Ward (Colorado) and Howard Bond (Michigan). All of his printmaking is done at Art Students League of Denver, where he continues studies under a master printmaker.“Monochrome imagery allows us to see the world in a way that draws our attention to light, form and textures we may otherwise miss with the eye. Such imagery reveals a melody and a rhythm in the world around us that we cannot detect with a full range of color,” he wrote.Elayne Moseley will exhibit drawings. “Art is a reflection of what an artist sees and feels, then translates into a visual medium. It can be moments in time, a glimpse of the past, a shared experience, a noticed detail or a mindfulness of place. My drawings often contain some or all of these things.”When she is traveling, she creates quick sketches and takes photo references for larger paintings and drawings when she is home. “I also use photographs from my family's past for some of my work,” she writes. Her drawing “Flowers for the Portico” was done at the Grant Humphreys Mansion, located on Eighth Avenue, next to the Governor's Mansion. “The single red color for the flowers gives this stately mansion a pop of color,” she said.A Texas native, she has lived most of her life in Colorado. Her BFA in secondary art education is from Texas Christian University, with graduate hours from the University of Houston and continuing classes from the Art Students League of Denver, where she is an instructor.If you go“Light and Lively” will hang in the Stanton Gallery through Nov. 8. There will be a Meet the Artists reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 23. The gallery is in Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main St., downtown Littleton. Admission is free. Art is for sale. Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and during performances. 303-794-2787.

Former pastor of St. Patrick's Church dies - Manteca Bulletin

Monday, July 25, 2016

I’ve met.”Fr. Nix wrote that he and Fr. Carota met “two years ago when we were both wandering the desert in semi-exile from our respective dioceses (literally the Sedona desert....).”15 years as priest, 10 yearsas pastor of St. Patrick’sOrdained on May 24, 1997, Father Carota was assistant pastor, first at St. George’s in Stockton, followed by St. June in Ceres, and Our Lady of Fatima in Modesto. St. Patrick’s in Ripon was his first assignment as pastor. He took over his pastoral post on Oct. 3, 2002 succeeding Father Mark Wagner who was named pastor of St. Joseph’s Parish in Modesto after Father Joseph Illo left. After the departure of Father Carota, several priests alternately presided over the Latin Mass at St. Patrick’s. Among them was Father Wagner who continues to take time off from his parish in Modesto to officiate at the early Sunday Mass in Ripon.During his 10 years as pastor at St. Patrick’s, Father Carota, who was a successful real estate broker in Aptos, Calif., before he entered the priesthood, noted the following as among his memorable accomplishments:uturned the parish’s $240,000 in the bank to around $1,400,000.uremodeled the Parish Hall and replaced all the roofs, which were his first projects as pastor.uled the parish to prepare for Caltrans’ plan to widen Highway 120, which is pretty close to the church, by purchasing 22 acres behind St. John Cemetery along Carrolton Road for $1 million, which was paid in cash.uhad the parish obtain a use permit from San Joaquin County “with great difficulty” to build a new chapel, a new church, a multipurpose room, and a school on the property.ubuilt a new chapel on the 22-acre property for $600,000.In a letter he wrote to his parishioners just before he left, Father Carota stated: “Here at St. Patrick’s, we do not charge for anything. Catechism is on a donation basis. We have a suggested donation for weddings and (quinceaneras). No one is expected to have to pay for anything here. And look how God has blessed us over these 10 years, thanks to God and to all of you who have made it possible and have supported me.”He added, “I have grown in these ten years. Hopefully you have too. Five years ago, the Pope (referring to Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI) encouraged the saying of the Latin Mass again. Since saying it these last five years, I have truly understood my priesthood in a totally deeper way as being sacrificial. Above all, I love the reverence and sacredness of this mass. Jesus is God and truly present in Holy Communion. Therefore we should kneel and receive Him with all reverence that God deserves. This mass is only concerned with adoring God…. Please pray for me, and thank you for all you have done for me. Thank you to all who have taken seriously your spiritual growth as Catholics. With your help, the parish has a great future with the 22 acres.”A late-vocation priest, Fr. Carota gave up a successful career to start a soup kitchen in Santa Cruz providentially called St. Patrick’s Catholic Kitchen which is still serving the poor today after three decades. Working in the soup kitchen and serving the poor and homeless, he was often mistaken as a priest. With that seed planted in his mind, Father Carota pursued what actually was a childhood dream when he played “priest” pretending to offer the sacrifice of the mass.

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Todd M. Hahn Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

He especially liked climbing in Summersville, West Virginia. He also enjoyed the time he spent with his daughters.In addition to his parents, he is survived by two daughters, Madison Sedona Hahn and Morgan Samantha Hahn, both of Pittsburgh; a sister, Valorie A. Filer and her husband, Chris, of Mercer; a nephew, Brayden Filer of Mercer; paternal grandmother, Martha L. Hanich of Texas and maternal grandmother, Anna L. Thompson of Greenville.He was preceded in death by paternal grandfather, John H. Hahn; maternal grandfather, Robert L. Thompson and stepgrandfather, Steve Hanich.All services are private.Messages of sympathy, stories and photos can be shared at www.osborne-williams.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Osborne -Williams Funeral Home and Cremation Services Inc., 73-75 Columbia Ave. Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement