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D. Lawrence Ginnane Funeral Home

3215 Delaware Ave,
Kenmore, NY 14217
(716) 873-4774
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Lester H. Wedekindt Funeral Home

3290 Delaware Ave
Kenmore, NY 14217
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Reverend Raymond J. Nyquist - Billings Gazette

Monday, March 06, 2017

Nyquist. He and his siblings grew up on the family farm. Ray graduated from Simms High School and then joined the Navy. After serving for two years, from 1944-1946, he entered St. Edward Seminary in Kenmore, Washington. He was ordained a priest of the Catholic Church at St. Ann’s Cathedral in Great Falls, on May 15, 1954. Then began his 62+ years of priestly ministry.Fr. Ray served at St. Leo’s Parish in Lewistown as an assistant from June 1954 to Sept. 1958. He was the pastor of St. Victor Parish in Hilger from Sept. 1958 to Sept. 1959. He then moved to 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 he...

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

Monday, March 06, 2017

Nyquist. He and his siblings grew up on the family farm. Ray graduated from Simms High School and then joined the Navy. After serving for two years, from 1944-46, he entered St. Edward Seminary in Kenmore, Washington. He was ordained a priest of the Catholic Church at St. Ann’s Cathedral in Great Falls, Montana on May 15, 1954. Then began his 62-plus years of priestly ministry.Fr. Ray served at St. Leo’s Parish in Lewistown as an assistant from June, 1954 to September, 1958. He was the pastor of St. Victor Parish in Hilger from September, 1958 to September, 1959. He then moved to St. 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 re...

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Reverend Raymond J. Nyquist - Billings Gazette

Monday, March 06, 2017

Nyquist. He and his siblings grew up on the family farm. Ray graduated from Simms High School and then joined the Navy. After serving for two years, from 1944-1946, he entered St. Edward Seminary in Kenmore, Washington. He was ordained a priest of the Catholic Church at St. Ann’s Cathedral in Great Falls, on May 15, 1954. Then began his 62+ years of priestly ministry.Fr. Ray served at St. Leo’s Parish in Lewistown as an assistant from June 1954 to Sept. 1958. He was the pastor of St. Victor Parish in Hilger from Sept. 1958 to Sept. 1959. He then moved to 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 he...

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

Monday, March 06, 2017

Nyquist. He and his siblings grew up on the family farm. Ray graduated from Simms High School and then joined the Navy. After serving for two years, from 1944-46, he entered St. Edward Seminary in Kenmore, Washington. He was ordained a priest of the Catholic Church at St. Ann’s Cathedral in Great Falls, Montana on May 15, 1954. Then began his 62-plus years of priestly ministry.Fr. Ray served at St. Leo’s Parish in Lewistown as an assistant from June, 1954 to September, 1958. He was the pastor of St. Victor Parish in Hilger from September, 1958 to September, 1959. He then moved to St. 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 re...