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8108 Barbara Avenue
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Steven H. Freking - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Mars; 11 sisters and brothers: Mary Kay (Rick) Juhl, of Le Mars, Diane (Rick) Baack of Le Mars, Randy (Lisa) Freking of Le Mars, Christy (Todd) Siders of Castlerock, Colorado, Dale (Lisé) Freking of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, Jeff (Annette) Freking of Kingsley, Dean (Julie) Freking of Milton, Massachusetts, Jerry (Rebecca) Freking of Fort Washington, Maryland, Chuck (Shelly) Freking of Grimes, Doug (Jen) Freking of Cumming and Angie (Dennis) Meister of Tulsa, Oklahomea; his in-laws, Norman (Mickey) Holthe of Omaha, Nebraska; Kim (Randy) Willms of Alcester, South Dakota, Dave (Patty) Peterson of Omaha, Nebraska, Chris (Eric) Lindgren of Lyons, Nebraska, Tatia (Kurt) of Jackson, Nebraska; and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind one precious granddaughter, Lydia, and one grandchild soon to be born.He was preceded in death by his father, Herman Freking, Jr.; a sister, Linda (Freking) Bouma; a sister-in-law, Mary (Schroeder) Freking; a nephew, Brody Freking; and father-in-law, Arvid Holthe.Funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 2, at the Benton Church, 14300 SW 20th St., Benton, Kansas. Food and drink will be provided following the service.Steve's seven brothers, Randy, Dale, Jeff, Dean, Jerry, Church and Doug, and a friend, Doug Reuter, and brother-in-law Dennis Meister, will be pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Tony Noakes and Pete Sullivan.Arrangements are under the direction of Lamb Funeral Home in Whitewater, Kansas.

Phyllis Riley -- Oak Park Heights, Minn. - Post-Bulletin

Monday, February 20, 2017

Arizona and participating in her poker club. Phyllis had a sweet tooth, favoring a big bowl of Butter Pecan ice cream.She is survived by her children, Mark (Susan) Riley of Inver Grove Heights, Minn.; William (Alvina) Riley of Edina, Minn.; David (Jeri) Riley of Mt. Vernon, Wash.; Mary Riley of Arlington, Va.; Jon (Laura) Riley of Flower Mound, Texas; Karen (Jerry) Evans of Junction City, Ore.; Joseph (Karen) Riley of Lake St. Croix Beach, Minn.; and Anna (Tedd) Sage of Lake Forest, Calif.She is survived by 22 grandchildren, Megan, Katie (Martin), Lisa Alvarez, Bill (Masi), Andrea (James), Daniel (Stephanie), Jon, Kevin, Erinn, Samuel (Sarah), Joseph (Stephanie), David, Elizabeth, Caleb, Victoria (Joe), Christopher, Alanna (Conor), Marisa (Adam), Jacob, Marais (TJ), Daniel (Lorna), Ashley and Danielle; 14 great-grandchildren, Danica, Taylor, Mika, Lucio, Emily, Grayson, Alayna, Kiona, Avery, Peyton, Evan, Phoenix, Avna, Rayden, Mia and Makayla.She is survived by siblings, Alice Ann (Carl) Mulvihill and Dennis (Cathy) Haggerty; sisters-in-law, Sharon (Larry) Haggerty-Anderson and Margaret Haggerty; and many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.She is preceded in death by her husband, William; parents; grandson, David Joseph Riley; and siblings, Richard (Eleanor) Haggerty, Larry (Jean) Haggerty, Helen (Louie) Sell, Joe Haggerty, and David Haggerty.Visitation for Phyllis will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19, at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 S. 11th St., Hudson, Wis. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 20, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 16770 13th St S, Lake St. Croix Beach, Minn., with a visitation held one hour prior to the Mass at the church. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery in Afton, Minn.O'Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson, Wis. (715) 386-3725. www.oconnellfuneralhomes.com. #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-social { position:absolute; bottom:0; right:15px; } #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-label-section, #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-label-flags { display:inline-block; } #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-label-secti...

Lunch with a pastor and chaplain - Woodbury Bulletin

Monday, September 05, 2016

Woodbury Bulletin this month and took time to answer some questions.Woodbury Bulletin: Where are the best places around here to see Christmas lights?Stan Mader: Inver Grove Heights, Hastings. If you want big splashy displays, then look in the paper where they have them. Some are collections from garage sales.Basil Owen: There was one with a 50-year-old Santa.SM: Next to Tweety Bird. We applaud and critique them. Some collect money for charity.BO: Follow the glow in the sky. Follow the limos.SM: One was Star Wars themed, a Death Star in Woodbury. It had a Wookie with a Santa hat.BO: We've seen the advent of inflatables and the improvement of LED lights, which I think fostered a rejuvenation of Christmas lights displays.SM: In the suburbs, everything is kind of monochrome, and you go to these other places and icicle lights and LEDs are improved.BO: Maybe that's our calling—we get to be the Mystery Science Theater 3000 of Christmas lights and everyone would follow behind us.WB: You mentioned your calling. How does someone find their calling?SM: My background is as a systems software specialist. I have a mathematics degree, and I spent 10 years in the computer field. I had thought of being a priest for a long time. What I do tell people is, 'What pushes your buttons?' God doesn't want you doing something you don't love. That's where God's probably leading you. Where are your talents, skills? Do people support you in it? At the end of the day, what were you most grateful for? That's probably what God's leading you to do.BO: I come from a business background, and I sold business insurance. Since 13 years old, I was being called into the ministry. I spent decades running. When you find that calling, it energizes you, it recharges you.WB: What are some of the challenges of your ministry?SM: Personnel issues, budget issues, customer complaints—some of the same things I disliked about working in the private sector are the th...

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Steven H. Freking - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Mars; 11 sisters and brothers: Mary Kay (Rick) Juhl, of Le Mars, Diane (Rick) Baack of Le Mars, Randy (Lisa) Freking of Le Mars, Christy (Todd) Siders of Castlerock, Colorado, Dale (Lisé) Freking of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, Jeff (Annette) Freking of Kingsley, Dean (Julie) Freking of Milton, Massachusetts, Jerry (Rebecca) Freking of Fort Washington, Maryland, Chuck (Shelly) Freking of Grimes, Doug (Jen) Freking of Cumming and Angie (Dennis) Meister of Tulsa, Oklahomea; his in-laws, Norman (Mickey) Holthe of Omaha, Nebraska; Kim (Randy) Willms of Alcester, South Dakota, Dave (Patty) Peterson of Omaha, Nebraska, Chris (Eric) Lindgren of Lyons, Nebraska, Tatia (Kurt) of Jackson, Nebraska; and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind one precious granddaughter, Lydia, and one grandchild soon to be born.He was preceded in death by his father, Herman Freking, Jr.; a sister, Linda (Freking) Bouma; a sister-in-law, Mary (Schroeder) Freking; a nephew, Brody Freking; and father-in-law, Arvid Holthe.Funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 2, at the Benton Church, 14300 SW 20th St., Benton, Kansas. Food and drink will be provided following the service.Steve's seven brothers, Randy, Dale, Jeff, Dean, Jerry, Church and Doug, and a friend, Doug Reuter, and brother-in-law Dennis Meister, will be pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Tony Noakes and Pete Sullivan.Arrangements are under the direction of Lamb Funeral Home in Whitewater, Kansas.

Phyllis Riley -- Oak Park Heights, Minn. - Post-Bulletin

Monday, February 20, 2017

Arizona and participating in her poker club. Phyllis had a sweet tooth, favoring a big bowl of Butter Pecan ice cream.She is survived by her children, Mark (Susan) Riley of Inver Grove Heights, Minn.; William (Alvina) Riley of Edina, Minn.; David (Jeri) Riley of Mt. Vernon, Wash.; Mary Riley of Arlington, Va.; Jon (Laura) Riley of Flower Mound, Texas; Karen (Jerry) Evans of Junction City, Ore.; Joseph (Karen) Riley of Lake St. Croix Beach, Minn.; and Anna (Tedd) Sage of Lake Forest, Calif.She is survived by 22 grandchildren, Megan, Katie (Martin), Lisa Alvarez, Bill (Masi), Andrea (James), Daniel (Stephanie), Jon, Kevin, Erinn, Samuel (Sarah), Joseph (Stephanie), David, Elizabeth, Caleb, Victoria (Joe), Christopher, Alanna (Conor), Marisa (Adam), Jacob, Marais (TJ), Daniel (Lorna), Ashley and Danielle; 14 great-grandchildren, Danica, Taylor, Mika, Lucio, Emily, Grayson, Alayna, Kiona, Avery, Peyton, Evan, Phoenix, Avna, Rayden, Mia and Makayla.She is survived by siblings, Alice Ann (Carl) Mulvihill and Dennis (Cathy) Haggerty; sisters-in-law, Sharon (Larry) Haggerty-Anderson and Margaret Haggerty; and many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.She is preceded in death by her husband, William; parents; grandson, David Joseph Riley; and siblings, Richard (Eleanor) Haggerty, Larry (Jean) Haggerty, Helen (Louie) Sell, Joe Haggerty, and David Haggerty.Visitation for Phyllis will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19, at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 S. 11th St., Hudson, Wis. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 20, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 16770 13th St S, Lake St. Croix Beach, Minn., with a visitation held one hour prior to the Mass at the church. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery in Afton, Minn.O'Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson, Wis. (715) 386-3725. www.oconnellfuneralhomes.com. #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-social { position:absolute; bottom:0; right:15px; } #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-label-section, #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-label-flags { display:inline-block; } #card-feature-491040-6786ecc2-5cd7-11e6-8ec3-9b5a7ec9e87b .card-label-secti...

Lunch with a pastor and chaplain - Woodbury Bulletin

Monday, September 05, 2016

Woodbury Bulletin this month and took time to answer some questions.Woodbury Bulletin: Where are the best places around here to see Christmas lights?Stan Mader: Inver Grove Heights, Hastings. If you want big splashy displays, then look in the paper where they have them. Some are collections from garage sales.Basil Owen: There was one with a 50-year-old Santa.SM: Next to Tweety Bird. We applaud and critique them. Some collect money for charity.BO: Follow the glow in the sky. Follow the limos.SM: One was Star Wars themed, a Death Star in Woodbury. It had a Wookie with a Santa hat.BO: We've seen the advent of inflatables and the improvement of LED lights, which I think fostered a rejuvenation of Christmas lights displays.SM: In the suburbs, everything is kind of monochrome, and you go to these other places and icicle lights and LEDs are improved.BO: Maybe that's our calling—we get to be the Mystery Science Theater 3000 of Christmas lights and everyone would follow behind us.WB: You mentioned your calling. How does someone find their calling?SM: My background is as a systems software specialist. I have a mathematics degree, and I spent 10 years in the computer field. I had thought of being a priest for a long time. What I do tell people is, 'What pushes your buttons?' God doesn't want you doing something you don't love. That's where God's probably leading you. Where are your talents, skills? Do people support you in it? At the end of the day, what were you most grateful for? That's probably what God's leading you to do.BO: I come from a business background, and I sold business insurance. Since 13 years old, I was being called into the ministry. I spent decades running. When you find that calling, it energizes you, it recharges you.WB: What are some of the challenges of your ministry?SM: Personnel issues, budget issues, customer complaints—some of the same things I disliked about working in the private sector are the th...