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Ceres Cemetery Association

1801 East Whitmore Avenue
Ceres, CA 95307
(209) 537-9013
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Michael Ceresa

Monday, February 27, 2017

MICHAEL CERESAMichael Ceresa, age 67, a longtime resident of Prospect, beloved husband of Ann (Spadolino) Ceresa, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, February 11th. Mr. Ceresa was born November 19, 1949 in Bridgeport, CT to the late Emile and Edna (Hulse) Ceresa and was a graduate of Warren Harding High School, class of 1967.Michael is survived by his loving wife Ann of 38 years, in addition to his devoted children, son Brian Ceresa and his wife Jennifer of Middlebury, daughter, Tara Ceresa, of Prospect, and his beautiful grandchildren, Veronica, Jordan, and Vivian. He also leaves his sister Karen Stelmaszek and husband Ted of Shelton, and was predeceased by his brother Richard. He also leaves many sisters-and brothers-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews. Michael was currently employed as Director of Facilities for Region 16 Board of Education, and was a master carpenter by trade. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, February 16, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. at St.

Fred Covington

Monday, September 05, 2016

Erin Tidwell; Emma Covington; Maggie Covington; and Brody Covington. He has one great-grandchild, Rowen Mask.Pallbearers will be members of the family.The family would like to extend their sincerest thanks to the compassionate women who staff Green Oaks Inn. A mutual love was shared between Pudgy and the staff; they grew to love and care about each other as though they were family.

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

Monday, July 25, 2016

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.

North Attleborough Middle School holds Heritage Day - Wicked Local

Monday, June 06, 2016

Students and staff were given the opportunity to select five workshops to attend over the course of a single school day.The Heritage Day committee wishes to extend it sincerest thanks and appreciation to the following businesses, organizations and individuals for their willingness to be part of changing a child’s life and providing positive role models for the students:North Attleborough Police Department, North Attleborough Fire Departments, North Attleborough Department of Public Works, Cynthia Ouellette, Hockomock YMCA, Ashworth Awards, Selectman Patrick Reynolds, NAHS Debate Club, James McCann, Brett Poirier, Geoff Burgess, Mike Lacasse, Dawn Decosta, Massachusetts State Police, Brian McKenna, Bill Wallace, Biogen, Jim Sullivan, Brian Kirby, Amy Salmon, Erin Cox, Le Zhang, Julie St. Jean, Bishop Feehan Fencing Team, Nick Horan, Bristol County DA’s office, Patrick Driscoll, Richard Mcdonagh, Honey Dew Donuts, Dick Bowen, Mike Vidal, Robert Gay, Ken Szajda, Nicole Coggins, Kristen Shanley, Mike Folan, Andrew Galasso, Aaron Stimson, Ron West, US Drug Enforcement Administration, John Kleczkowski, Allen Lennox, Matthew Rajotte, Julia Caudle, Shane Hanlon, Jesse Thom, Christopher Frost, Carl Geden, Collin Fiske, Allie Duquette, Bill & Andrew Masek, US Secret Service, Brian Deck, Sperry McHoul Funeral Home, Reid McHoul, Barry Silver, Doggie Day Care, Yvette Adams, Katie Antonitis, Nicole Schanche, Richard Dunning, Tim Cormio, Craig Chapman, Genevieve Lee, Maura Sullivan, Michelle Selman, NAMS Food Service & Custodial Staff, North Attleboro High School Athletic Department, North Softball,

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Mae Catherine Honey Hall - The Daily Iberian

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Earl William Hall Jr.; and her brothers, Garrett Ray Honey and James Quelin Honey.Pallbearers will be members of the family.The family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to Ann Racca and Angela Martin, her caregivers, and to the staff of Heart of Hospice, especially Laura and Julie, for their care and compassion.Evangeline Funeral Home of New Iberia, 364-1881, is in charge of arrangements.

Gratitude expressed for support of family - Victoria Advocate

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Editor, the Advocate:We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to all the family and friends who showed their love and support by attending our mother Ethel Fikac's church service.Thanks to the staff at Seton Medical Center in Austin and Dr. JD Hinze for the excellent care they provided. Thank you to Ethel's work family in the kitchen at DeTar Hospital. Thank you to Father Banabas Kyeah and St. Joseph Church of Inez. A very special thanks to Father Gabriel Bentil for officiating our beloved mother's service and making it absolutely perfect. Thanks to Robert Hairell and Nancy Witte at Rosewood Funeral Home for all your help and attention to detail. Thank you to everyone who supported the family through sending arrangements, food, donations, helping hands and all the kind gestures or words.Know that Ethel loved you all, and we are forever grateful.Kenneth Fikac and the children of Ethel Fikac, Victoria SHARE

Courier reviews the top news stories of 2016 - Ceres Courier

Monday, January 23, 2017

The shooting death of Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy Dennis Wallace, the triumph of the city of Ceres and Walmart over a lengthy legal battle over the Mitchell Ranch Shopping Center and the fight over river water highlighted some of the biggest news stories covered by the Courier in 2016.For this first edition of New Year 2017, the Courier editorial staff looked back over the news made last year and developed this recap.Sheriff's Deputy Dennis Wallace, 53, was killed by an armed suspect Sunday, Nov. 13 at the Fox Grove Fishing Access near Hughson after going to check on a suspicious vehicle. Hours later authorities apprehended the alleged assassin, David Machado, 37, of Keyes, who attempted to commit thefts in Tulare County. Wallace arrived at the Fox Grove Fishing Access at 1000 Geer Road in Hughson in a marked patrol car and in his uniform. Wallace called into dispatch about a suspicious van at the scene and was quickly informed that the vehicle had been reported stolen and that the suspect in the theft was believed to be Machado, who also was believed to be armed. Wallace made

Florida plane crash killed Willmar-area businessman, partner - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Monday, January 16, 2017

TV, energy and information technology markets.The company issued a brief statement Thursday saying they had “suffered a tragic loss” when Ingalsbe died in the plane crash.“We offer our sincerest condolences and prayers to Daryl’s family, friends and his family of employees,” the statement said. “We also offer sincerest condolences and prayers to the family and friends of his very good friend, Deb Solsrud of New London, who also died in the crash.”Nephew Scott Ingalsbe said his uncle “cared a lot about his employees and his family” and that his employees “were all kind of like family.”Daryl Ingalsbe and his twin brother, Dave, grew up with “very little” but joined the Army together, studied electronics together and started the business together with several other partners, said Scott Ingalsbe, who is Dave’s son.Last year the team celebrated 30 years of being in business.“They were proud of that, and rightly so,” said Scott Ingalsbe, adding that his uncle remained “humble” despite his business success.“I think of my Uncle Daryl as an extremely hard-working guy,” he said. “Nothing was ever given to him.”He said Daryl Ingalsbe had just spent Christmas with his grandchildren and other family members and was making one of his frequent trips to Florida when the crash happened.Solsrud, who was a well-known and respected professional and volunteer, worked as the community survey program director for School Perceptions, a public opinion research firm for schools. In the past she had been the marketing director for Ridgewater College in Willmar.Solsrud was an active volunteer in the New London-Spicer School District, where district officials praised her work to pass a technology levy for the district and for being a charter member of the Parent Teacher Organization.Ingalsbe and Solsrud had traveled together in the experimental plane before, including a 21-day trip around the world in July with about a dozen ot