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Colonial Chapel John O Connor Menlo Park

657 Oak Grove Avenue
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(650) 323-5143
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Funeral Services Set For Russell Alexander, Church Deacon, Purple Heart Recipient - Patch.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

War II and received two Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star.Mr. Alexander was one of the first ordained deacons at St. Cecelia's Church in Iselin, receiving ordination in 1981. He was a chaplain at the Menlo Park Veterans Home and a deacon at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Whiting. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 3639, where he was a Fourth-Degree Knight.Mr. Alexander was a tool-and-die maker for Edison Mold and Tool in Kenilworth, retiring in 1983, and later owned and operated a printing shop for many years in Iselin.He is predeceased by his daughter, Dorinda Alexander, who died in 2014. Surviving are his wife of 69 years, Alice M. Alexander; his children, Russell C. Alexander Jr. and his wife Alice of Edison; Clara Wackerfus and her husband Gary of Phoenix, Arizona; Harry Alexander and his wife Patricia of Hightstown, and Michael Alexander and his wife Maryalyce of Union; two brothers, Robert Alexander of Wayne and Gorman Alexander of Florida, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.A funeral Mass will take place Friday, April 7, 2017 at 10 a.m. at St. Cecelia Roman Catholic Church, Iselin.In place of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer's Foundation (www.alzfdn.org) or the Autism Society (www.autism-society.org) would be appreciated. Arrangements were made by Costello-Runyon Funeral Home, Iselin (costello-runyon.com).Image via Shutterstock Get free real-time news alerts from the Manchester Patch.

Terronez plea appealed by Attorney General's office - Lewistown News-Argus

Monday, March 06, 2017

Margaret Mary Parish in Big Sandy and served there until June, 1967. From June 1967 until September, 1973, he was the pastor of Holy Family Parish in Glentana. He studied at St. Patrick Seminary in Menlo Park, California from September, 1973 to February, 1974, after which he was assigned as pastor of St. Margaret Parish in Geraldine.In July 1983, he left there to become pastor of St. Anthony Parish in Culbertson and St. Patrick Parish in Medicine Lake until February, 1985. After a five-month sabbatical leave, he was the pastor of St. Mathias in Moore from July, 1985 to July, 1988. His next assignment was to pastor St. Rose of Lima Parish in Stanford while still serving in Moore. He remained in those positions until becoming the pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish in Black Eagle in July, 1993. He remained there, even after attaining retirement status in 2000, until July, 2009.Then, at the age of 82, he moved to Billings where he helped out in area parishes as needed, including serving for over a year as the temporary pastor of St. Benedict Parish in Roundup and its missions. In 2013, he moved back to Great Falls to live in residence at Corpus Christi Parish and to enjoy retirement while hearing confessions and concelebrating Mass in that parish community.Fr. Ray’s faith life was centered on his love of Jesus in the Eucharist and his devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. He greatly expanded Eucharistic Adoration in Great Falls. He founded Great Falls Catholics for Life and was the chaplain for 40 Days for Life locally. He was an avid supporter of the Marian Movement of Priests, the Legion of Mary and the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. He invited the Neocatechumenal Way into the Great Falls-Billings Diocese. He was active in ministering to prisoners at the County Adult Detention Center and the elderly in a local nursing home/assisted living facility. He always did what he could to help those in need and advocated for them with local agencies on many occasions. He was firm in his belief that, if one helps another in need, he is helping Christ Himself.Fr. Ray loved his family dearly. He kept in close touch with his parents, his sister and brother and their families. His father, “Papa Ray,” lived with him for many of the last years of his life. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed telling corny jokes. Gardening was one of his fav...

Reverend Raymond J. Nyquist - Billings Gazette

Monday, March 06, 2017

St. Margaret Mary Parish in Big Sandy and served there until June, 1967. From June 1967 until Sept. 1973, he was the pastor of Holy Family Parish in Glentana. He studied at St. Patrick Seminary in Menlo Park, California from Sept. 1973 to Feb. 1974, after which he was assigned as pastor of St. Margaret Parish in Geraldine.In July, 1983, he left there to become pastor of St. Anthony Parish in Culbertson and St. Patrick Parish in Medicine Lake until Feb. 1985. After a five month sabbatical leave, he was the pastor of St. Mathias in Moore from July 1985 to July 1988. His next assignment was to pastor St. Rose of Lima Parish in Stanford while still serving in Moore. He remained in those positions until becoming the pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish in Black Eagle in July, 1993. He remained there, even after attaining retirement status in 2000 until July 2009.Then, at the age of 82, he moved to Billings, where he helped out in area parishes as needed, including serving for over a year as the temporary pastor of St. Benedict Parish in Roundup and its missions. In 2013, he moved back to Great Falls to live in residence at Corpus Christi Parish and to enjoy retirement while hearing confessions and concelebrating Mass in that parish community.Fr. Ray’s faith life was centered on his love of Jesus in the Eucharist and his devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. He greatly expanded Eucharistic Adoration in Great Falls. He founded Great Falls Catholics for Life and was the chaplain for 40 Days for Life locally. He was an avid supporter of the Marian Movement of Priests, the Legion of Mary and the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. He invited the Neocatechumenal Way into the Great Falls-Billings Diocese.He was active in ministering to prisoners at the County Adult Detention Center and the elderly in a local nursing home/assisted living facility. He always did what he could to help those in need and advocated for them with local agencies on many occasions. He was firm in his belief that, if one helps another in need, he is helping Christ Himself.Fr. Ray loved his family dearly. He kept in close touch with his parents, his sister and brother and their families. His father, “Papa Ray,” lived with him for many of the last years of his life. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed t...

Beth Morris

Monday, November 07, 2016

Monmouth Beach, died peacefully at home on Wednesday October 26, 2016. Born in Kearny, NJ, Beth lived in Monmouth Beach for the past 21 years. She was formerly the store manager for Macy’s at the Menlo Park Mall. Beth was also a member of the Board of Directors for Channel Club Towers from 2008-2016 and a member of the Channel Club Social Committee from 2009-2016. Beth is survived by her sister, Patricia Freedman and her niece and nephew; Jill Freedman and Craig Freedman.A memorial gathering will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 4 to 6pm at the Damiano Funeral Home, 191 Franklin Avenue (corner of Third Ave.) in Long Branch. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2310 Rt. 34, Suite 1D, Manasquan, NJ 08736. The family invites you to write a letter of condolences, share a story or make a donation by selecting the appropriate tabs.

Dorothy Hutt | 1923-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, August 22, 2016

Robert Dixon of Alameda, Calif.; and her sister, Evelyn Smith of Mullan, Idaho.She is survived by her sister, Norma Tolen of Chico; sons, Richard Hutt (Cathy) of Chicago, Dr. James Hutt (Joyce) of Menlo Park, Calif., David Hutt (Nancy) of Portland, Ore., and Dr. Matthew Hutt (Susan) of Scottsbluff, Neb.; daughters, Maurine Roller (Harold) of Alliance, Neb., and Kristin Moore (Robert) of Loveland; and 11 grandchildren.Cremation is under the care of Schrader, Aragon and Jacoby Funeral Home. At her request, no funeral or memorial services will be held. A private family memorial will take place at a later date.This is a paid obituary.

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Funeral Services Set For Russell Alexander, Church Deacon, Purple Heart Recipient - Patch.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

War II and received two Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star.Mr. Alexander was one of the first ordained deacons at St. Cecelia's Church in Iselin, receiving ordination in 1981. He was a chaplain at the Menlo Park Veterans Home and a deacon at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Whiting. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 3639, where he was a Fourth-Degree Knight.Mr. Alexander was a tool-and-die maker for Edison Mold and Tool in Kenilworth, retiring in 1983, and later owned and operated a printing shop for many years in Iselin.He is predeceased by his daughter, Dorinda Alexander, who died in 2014. Surviving are his wife of 69 years, Alice M. Alexander; his children, Russell C. Alexander Jr. and his wife Alice of Edison; Clara Wackerfus and her husband Gary of Phoenix, Arizona; Harry Alexander and his wife Patricia of Hightstown, and Michael Alexander and his wife Maryalyce of Union; two brothers, Robert Alexander of Wayne and Gorman Alexander of Florida, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.A funeral Mass will take place Friday, April 7, 2017 at 10 a.m. at St. Cecelia Roman Catholic Church, Iselin.In place of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer's Foundation (www.alzfdn.org) or the Autism Society (www.autism-society.org) would be appreciated. Arrangements were made by Costello-Runyon Funeral Home, Iselin (costello-runyon.com).Image via Shutterstock Get free real-time news alerts from the Manchester Patch.

Terronez plea appealed by Attorney General's office - Lewistown News-Argus

Monday, March 06, 2017

Margaret Mary Parish in Big Sandy and served there until June, 1967. From June 1967 until September, 1973, he was the pastor of Holy Family Parish in Glentana. He studied at St. Patrick Seminary in Menlo Park, California from September, 1973 to February, 1974, after which he was assigned as pastor of St. Margaret Parish in Geraldine.In July 1983, he left there to become pastor of St. Anthony Parish in Culbertson and St. Patrick Parish in Medicine Lake until February, 1985. After a five-month sabbatical leave, he was the pastor of St. Mathias in Moore from July, 1985 to July, 1988. His next assignment was to pastor St. Rose of Lima Parish in Stanford while still serving in Moore. He remained in those positions until becoming the pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish in Black Eagle in July, 1993. He remained there, even after attaining retirement status in 2000, until July, 2009.Then, at the age of 82, he moved to Billings where he helped out in area parishes as needed, including serving for over a year as the temporary pastor of St. Benedict Parish in Roundup and its missions. In 2013, he moved back to Great Falls to live in residence at Corpus Christi Parish and to enjoy retirement while hearing confessions and concelebrating Mass in that parish community.Fr. Ray’s faith life was centered on his love of Jesus in the Eucharist and his devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. He greatly expanded Eucharistic Adoration in Great Falls. He founded Great Falls Catholics for Life and was the chaplain for 40 Days for Life locally. He was an avid supporter of the Marian Movement of Priests, the Legion of Mary and the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. He invited the Neocatechumenal Way into the Great Falls-Billings Diocese. He was active in ministering to prisoners at the County Adult Detention Center and the elderly in a local nursing home/assisted living facility. He always did what he could to help those in need and advocated for them with local agencies on many occasions. He was firm in his belief that, if one helps another in need, he is helping Christ Himself.Fr. Ray loved his family dearly. He kept in close touch with his parents, his sister and brother and their families. His father, “Papa Ray,” lived with him for many of the last years of his life. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed telling corny jokes. Gardening was one of his fav...

Reverend Raymond J. Nyquist - Billings Gazette

Monday, March 06, 2017

St. Margaret Mary Parish in Big Sandy and served there until June, 1967. From June 1967 until Sept. 1973, he was the pastor of Holy Family Parish in Glentana. He studied at St. Patrick Seminary in Menlo Park, California from Sept. 1973 to Feb. 1974, after which he was assigned as pastor of St. Margaret Parish in Geraldine.In July, 1983, he left there to become pastor of St. Anthony Parish in Culbertson and St. Patrick Parish in Medicine Lake until Feb. 1985. After a five month sabbatical leave, he was the pastor of St. Mathias in Moore from July 1985 to July 1988. His next assignment was to pastor St. Rose of Lima Parish in Stanford while still serving in Moore. He remained in those positions until becoming the pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish in Black Eagle in July, 1993. He remained there, even after attaining retirement status in 2000 until July 2009.Then, at the age of 82, he moved to Billings, where he helped out in area parishes as needed, including serving for over a year as the temporary pastor of St. Benedict Parish in Roundup and its missions. In 2013, he moved back to Great Falls to live in residence at Corpus Christi Parish and to enjoy retirement while hearing confessions and concelebrating Mass in that parish community.Fr. Ray’s faith life was centered on his love of Jesus in the Eucharist and his devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. He greatly expanded Eucharistic Adoration in Great Falls. He founded Great Falls Catholics for Life and was the chaplain for 40 Days for Life locally. He was an avid supporter of the Marian Movement of Priests, the Legion of Mary and the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. He invited the Neocatechumenal Way into the Great Falls-Billings Diocese.He was active in ministering to prisoners at the County Adult Detention Center and the elderly in a local nursing home/assisted living facility. He always did what he could to help those in need and advocated for them with local agencies on many occasions. He was firm in his belief that, if one helps another in need, he is helping Christ Himself.Fr. Ray loved his family dearly. He kept in close touch with his parents, his sister and brother and their families. His father, “Papa Ray,” lived with him for many of the last years of his life. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed t...

Beth Morris

Monday, November 07, 2016

Monmouth Beach, died peacefully at home on Wednesday October 26, 2016. Born in Kearny, NJ, Beth lived in Monmouth Beach for the past 21 years. She was formerly the store manager for Macy’s at the Menlo Park Mall. Beth was also a member of the Board of Directors for Channel Club Towers from 2008-2016 and a member of the Channel Club Social Committee from 2009-2016. Beth is survived by her sister, Patricia Freedman and her niece and nephew; Jill Freedman and Craig Freedman.A memorial gathering will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 4 to 6pm at the Damiano Funeral Home, 191 Franklin Avenue (corner of Third Ave.) in Long Branch. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2310 Rt. 34, Suite 1D, Manasquan, NJ 08736. The family invites you to write a letter of condolences, share a story or make a donation by selecting the appropriate tabs.

Dorothy Hutt | 1923-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, August 22, 2016

Robert Dixon of Alameda, Calif.; and her sister, Evelyn Smith of Mullan, Idaho.She is survived by her sister, Norma Tolen of Chico; sons, Richard Hutt (Cathy) of Chicago, Dr. James Hutt (Joyce) of Menlo Park, Calif., David Hutt (Nancy) of Portland, Ore., and Dr. Matthew Hutt (Susan) of Scottsbluff, Neb.; daughters, Maurine Roller (Harold) of Alliance, Neb., and Kristin Moore (Robert) of Loveland; and 11 grandchildren.Cremation is under the care of Schrader, Aragon and Jacoby Funeral Home. At her request, no funeral or memorial services will be held. A private family memorial will take place at a later date.This is a paid obituary.