When she goes to leave town to move to her intended, her sister goes into labor with her second child. Millie knows her sisters husband is abusive, and when her sister asks her to take her two year old with her, she doesn't hesitate. So when Millie arrives in Kansas to meet Sam she finds out from the local sheriff that her intended died in an accident. Sheriff Adam Wilerson takes her on as a housekeeper when she has no where for her and her little nephew Tate to go.
This story is full of wonderful characters with Millie who would do anything for those she loves. She's also strong and held in her faith and culture of being Irish. Adam is a hardworking lawman who loves his family and the little town in which they live. There is a little bit of everything in here from faith, love, intrigue, mystery and more.
Mar 21, Katie K. Some of the plot was nice, with a little humor. The reason for Millie's fleeing westward was quite valid, but you don't hear about it until waaay into the story. That's annoying.
And the writing was shallow. The characters were not explored very deeply, and there were too many of them for the attention given to each. It became confusing, where the reader wonders who this person is, and why was he or she added? I liked the Baker's kisses, though! Mar 18, Christine Deweaver rated it it was amazing. A Good Read! Sometimes a feel good read is just what I needed. Millie Marries a Marshal reaffirms life can improve.
Domestic Violence is an awful situation. Millie helped her abuse sister and nephew. The other women banded together to protect and provide support for the abused Mother, child and Millie when the abusive man hunted them. The women worked as a shield. In the real world abuse victims require the same support systems. May the real women find a safe haven like in this story.
Aug 05, Nati rated it really liked it. A sweet story about ve, friendships and what really matters in life: family sticking together.
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Millie gets to Clear Creek as a mail-bride order just to find out herfuture husbandhas died. Adam, Clear Creek's Marshall is the one to inform her about the decease. But Millie is in trouble and Adam's family and all the town help her out. Can she really find love in this little town? Is Adam ready to face a relationship? You will love the story. Apr 21, Sandra rated it it was amazing. I good story about how life use to be in the west.
When Millie arrived in Clear Creak as a mail order bride to marry a rancher - she find out he had died. Later all the secrets came out and Marshall Adam realized that he loved Millie, they married. Very good reading. Apr 11, Sandi rated it really liked it. Millie Married a Marshal This isn't the usual genre that I read but thought I'd give it a try since it was free.
A very interesting story, full of adventure, intrigue, sassy and strong women and fun. It made for some good reading. I may just try for some of the others in the series. May 03, Cindy Nipper rated it it was amazing. I'm loving this series! This book has lots of twists and turns, but this mail order bride has found the perfect fit! May 16, Anne Butler rated it it was amazing. Great book Loved this book and the entire series. This talked a sensitive subject with great care and with out blame.
I liked that I already knew a lot of the characters and could just dive in. This was a fairly good story, it touched on domestic abuse and how it affects children. I like the hero, Adam and the way he dealt with his life being turned upside down. I like Millie as well, she may not have been Tate's mother, but she was a good one. May 02, Brittany rated it really liked it Shelves: historicals.
This is a review for books So I will just say I have enjoyed the reads and like the character growth in the series. Mar 18, Continent78yahoo. Com rated it it was amazing. Just the kind of storyline I enjoy. A mail order bride arrives to find her husband to be has died. The town takes her and her young son in, but Millie is hiding a secret. How will get out of her dilemma?
May 18, Phylis rated it it was amazing Shelves: mail-order , favorite. Loved the characters, makes you feel like that's a place I want to be. Totally enjoyed this awesome story. Aug 10, Lorri French rated it it was amazing. I loved it another clean enjoyable story I liked this one even more then first book in the series.
I couldn't put it down as it was so good. I look forward to reading book 3 and so on. I highly recommend it. Jul 15, Glenda rated it liked it. Ok for a short reading. Aug 27, D. I do not usually read historical fiction but I couldn't put this story down and then was sad when it was done. Mar 19, Sharon rated it it was ok. Typical clean light romance. A nice interlude between better written books. Mar 17, Timeforme rated it it was ok Shelves: read-westerns , 2-star , dollar-free-books , pagesor-less , read-mf-romance-historical.
A lot of editing and verbiage issues with a predictable plot and some pretty cardboard characters. Mar 20, Felicity Steenkamp rated it it was amazing. A delightful read Rating 5 not only for the great story of a loving family supporting each other clean and enjoyable but you gave this book free which is so generous! Thank you. Mar 28, Cissie Breland rated it it was amazing.
Nice I loved reading this book. The characters have passionate personalities. There is a mother's wisdom, danger, and love to keep you reading. May 29, Stacy rated it really liked it. It was a good quick read about a mail-order bride arriving in a new town only to find out her intended husband has died. Jun 02, Barbara rated it it was ok. Set in frontier western USA, another glamorized look at mail order brides. Mar 17, Carol Tietsworth rated it really liked it. Good story about a mail order bride who endeavors to save her nephew and sister as she makes her way west.
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Aug 18, Ingrid Spera rated it did not like it. I had to stop early on. I found the male character so harassed and bashed so early on that I was turned off. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Linda K. Linda K. Linda Hubalek had written over forty books about strong women and honorable men, with a touch of humor, despair, and drama woven into the stories. Alex was a collector of friends and experiences, the more diverse the better.
Alex wanted to see the world—and did. He spent a summer in China with a tour group. He visited Hawaii, New York, and California. He vacationed with his family and friends in Florida and spent time on Cape Cod. He was an explorer at heart. Alex was a practiced debater, often stubborn, but also open-minded. His family cheered him when he crossed the stage in a cap and gown at the University of Texas at Dallas last year, but his more meaningful education took place outside the classroom, not in it. He was restless in the best ways possible.
He had a passion for food—eating it and critiquing it and sharing it. He cared deeply for his family—even as he challenged them, even as they challenged him. He and his dogs Molly and Patrick were members of a mutual admiration society. He treasured them and tended to them and revealed himself quietly in the ways he protected them.
Alex will be dearly missed, but his gentle spirit, boundless heart, and loving nature will live on in those he touched. A celebration of his life will be held on Monday, June 17, at 11 a. In addition to raising a family and working in home health care, she was a volunteer for 35 years with the American Red Cross. Julia also started the Caritas outreach program at St. While remembered for her faith, she also enjoyed camping, gourmet cooking, traveling, and entertaining with family and friends.
A memorial service will be held on Monday, June 3 rd , at St. Leon Duesman officiating. Ray Baert, age 77, of Plano, Texas, passed away peacefully the afternoon of Wednesday, May 22, , while in hospice care. Ray was an active member of St. He was preceded in death by his parents and twin infant sons Jerald and James. Elizabeth Ann Seton Columbarium. There will be a reception immediately following in the Parish Hall. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. Vigil and Rosary will be from p. Funeral services will be held at 11am, Saturday, June 1 st , at St.
Arrangements are by Ted Dickey funeral home. He went to school at St. He also attended seminary for four years. After retirement, Leo was actively involved in his twin passions of reading and volunteering for his Catholic parish of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. He was a Court appointed Special Advocate for fifteen years and a nursing home, prison and hospital minister for over twenty years.
Leo was preceded in death by his parents, Leo Sr. John F. Jack Tokarczyk, Jr. Jack was an avid athlete, played baseball, football and golf. He coached little league for his sons and grandsons and enjoyed watching his daughters and granddaughters at their cheerleading and sporting events. Jack was married to his wife Karen for sixty-one years and was the father of five children.
He was employed by Xerox Corporation for twenty-seven years prior to retiring from his management position in During his retirement, he looked forward to his Friday Night Couples Group. Jack was loved and respected by so many people. Jack truly cherished his family, and was a lifelong, devout Catholic.
His wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren meant everything to him. He was a gentle, loving, honest, totally unpretentious man. Jack was completely comfortable in his own skin. He told it like it was, he liked people for who they were, and not for what they had or what they could give to him. He had a keen sense of integrity and was as honest as the day was long. So many who knew him loved his quick-witted humor! Until we meet again, we will miss you and love you every day! There will be a funeral mass Wednesday, May 29, at am at St. Jack will be laid to rest at the columbarium at St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton immediately following the Mass. A reception will follow in the parish hall. The family wishes to thank the staff at The Cottages at Chapel Creek for the love and compassion they showed to Jack, our husband, father and grandfather. Ryan Stephen Alphonso was born on August 16, Ryan passed away at home on April 20, Funeral services will be at St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton at W. Spring Creek Pkwy. James was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He was raised by his beloved paternal grandmother, Lenora Hazel Parrish, and a great aunt, Ethel Coleman, equally beloved. James met his wife at his Roosevelt High School senior prom in They were married on June 20, at St. Gabriel Church in St.
James served in the U. Army and Army Reserve National Guard and was discharged in He began his career in Industrial Radiology at Nooter Corporation. He met many astronauts and told amazing stories about this time in his life. He began work at FM Global in as a Boiler and Machinery pressure vessel inspector using his radiology training. After retirement, James and Sylvia traveled often and saw countries around the globe, until health became an issue and travel too difficult. He will be sorely missed by his loving family and friends. Steff or Steffie as she was known by most, attended the all-girls Academy of Notre Dame de Namur, Villanova, Pennsylvania, graduating in with her class of While at Notre Dame, she was involved in many activities and was an aggressive player on the varsity field hockey team.
One such activity involved pursuing research after hours and weekends, with 14 Notre Dame girls at the Moylan School. They were investigating the actions of different chemicals on blood cells while monitoring test eggs. Of the 14 girls, five, including Stephanie, went into nursing. The required four years of Latin at Notre Dame served her well in the field of medicine. They were a fun loving couple and enjoyed living life to the fullest.
She joined him in Bartow, Florida where he was undergoing pilot training. When Michael was six months old, he and Steffie joined Phil in England where he was serving a three year tour of duty. During those three years, the family grew from three to six with the addition of two more sons, Gerald and Donald, and a daughter Theresa. With the help of English nannies, Steff endured the hardships of living in a foreign country and, at times, having sole responsibility for raising the children. Upon return to the states and after multiple assignments, she took on a greater role with her husband, an Instructor Pilot Training Officer, while raising her four growing children.
In this new role of mentoring the young wives of 2 nd Lieutenants undergoing pilot training, she used her experiences to help them adjust to the Air Force way of life, and learn what to expect as they moved from base to base. Steffie was a woman of many talents. Her artistic talents kicked in full force in the s with the creation of many unique pieces of art and crafts in a variety of media. She loved to sew and made clothes for the children and herself. She was so skilled and precise that she would do calligraphy for the Officer Wives Club mailings and wedding announcements.
In addition to travelling the U. Her passion for art and the masters was fulfilled with visits to major art museums, highlighted by the Prado in Madrid, Spain. She also travelled to Thailand and China. Thailand was special because she and Phil attended his Class Reunion in Bangkok in - the same country he flew out of in during the Vietnam War. At that time, Stephanie stayed in Chandler, AZ with her four children comforted by the close knit support of other wives and community. Upon moving to Lubbock, Texas in , and with the children now in high school and college, Steffie began full time nursing.
Steff was strong-willed and knew what she wanted, and was always caring for and looking out for her children, family and others. She was always upbeat and carefree, and confident. She was full of silliness and always fun to be around, and with her sharp wit loved storytelling. Now it is our time for telling stories about our Stephanie. Park Blvd. A reception will follow in the Parish Hall.
Gary was born and raised in rural North Dakota. Gary immediately began his career with John Deere Company. Over a successful 38 years, Gary held numerous positions and moved across the country in the marketing and credit part of the organization working both globally and domestically. In , Deere moved Gary and his family to Dallas. He retired in as the Dallas Branch Manager. He also served on the board of Frisco Family Services for a number of years. Gary loved retirement and never looked back. Bhushan and staff, Gary was able to have an extra 9 years, enabling him to enjoy and witness so many milestones during that time.
Gary embraced life with a zest and his favorite mantra…. Gary loved hunting, fishing, golfing, and motorcycling with his buddies. His passions included enjoying time with his beloved family, traveling and spending time with friends at the lake home and beyond. A Funeral Mass will be held at a. The family will receive friends during a remembrance gathering on Monday evening from p. FFS is a c3 charity. Box , Frisco, Texas Kathy was born, the youngest child, in Galveston, Texas to Frank J. McGinn Sr. She grew up in Houston, Texas, attended Mt. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority and graduated in with a degree in Spanish.
Kathy met Ken through one of her passions, shooting sports. She married Ken in , moved with him, following his career from Nebraska to Michigan to Pennsylvania, and then finally back to her cherished state of Texas, in They raised two daughters in Plano, Texas. Kathy had a wicked sense of humor, a fierce belief in family and was proud of her Irish roots.
She lead a full life, representing the United States on the women's shooting team, safariing in Africa and many other adventures. Kathy loved doing volunteer work for such charities as St. She was an avid skeet trap shooter, and later became a fan of Sportsman Team Challenge three-gun competition.
She also was an avid reader and shared both of these passions with her children, grandchildren, friends and other family. Services will be held on March 30th, at AM at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in the Chapel. Duesmann will preside. The funeral will be followed by a reception in the Parish Hall. Tony had lived in many areas of the Dallas area and spent 15 years in Wimberley, TX where he raised his two sons. Tony was a very devoted father. While his sons were growing up in Wimberley, he became involved in their extracurricular activities as a scout master, little league baseball coach, soccer coach, and even participated in local theater with Kevin.
Tony is remembered as a kind man, a loving father, a devoted husband and companion by his family and friends. His empathetic nature led many to seek out his advice and support. Those who knew Tony were lucky to have such an opportunity. Following the service, the family invites you to join them for a reception at the Parish Hall. Mary Ellen Muffley Maroulis was born on March 28, and was called home to be with our Lord on Tuesday, February 19, at the age of She was a compassionate and dedicated teacher who was beloved by her students and colleagues.
Time can never erase the significant impact she made on so many lives. Her wisdom, guidance and love will always be remembered. Maroulis was generous throughout her life volunteering within the community. She never met a stranger and always found opportunities to serve others. Her most meaningful contribution was her volunteerism within the Catholic church, especially here at St. Her eyes sparkled when she was with them. Mary Ellen enjoyed traveling, visiting friends, spending time at the shore and painting.
Mary Ellen was a wonderful woman that was loved, is missed, and will always be cherished. Rosary and Mass will be held am at St. Funeral Mass on March 2 at am Burial at a later date Fr. Bradley presiding. Mercedita or Merce, as she was affectionately known by her immediate family, passed away peacefully in her sleep during the early hours of Saturday, February 2, In her death she was preceded by her husband Jorge Luis Robert; a career civil servant with both the U.
Returning to Puerto Rico Mercedita was instrumental in helping her father and her two younger brothers establish their drugstores in various locations within San Juan. At a younger age she traveled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and the Caribbean. As the family slowly relocated to the continental USA, she moved to Plano, TX; where she then enjoyed visiting relatives and friends across the continental United States.
Throughout her life Merce enjoyed yachting, deep sea fishing and swimming. Mercedita is survived by her two sons, Jorge and Victor; daughters-in-law Claudia and Ada; six grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren; the extended families of her sister and those of two brothers one previously departed and her numerous nieces and nephews with whom she always kept in contact with. Lydia passed away on February 21, at a local hospital in Plano. The Rosary will be at St. She retired and then volunteered her time at Children's Medical Center of Plano. She also took great joy in assisting in the religious education classes at St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Youth Ministries. Lydia loved to read and her favorite author was John Grisham. She also loved crafting, watching "Law and Order" and playing with her three dogs. Gifts to the American Diabetes Association, donations. Alicia Ribero Caldwell was born on May 5, and passed away on February 9, She was born in Mogotes, Santander, Colombia and she was the oldest of eight siblings.
She would eventually move to Bucaramanga, Santander, Colombia at the age of This is where she met her future husband, Robby Lee Caldwell. They married in and later moved to Plano, Texas to raise their three sons. She enjoyed her social life and really loved to dance. She worked for Sears Roebuck for 22 years retiring in She and her husband enjoyed attending mass on Saturday nights. Alicia was loved by many due to her kind heart and strong-willed personality. She was a loving mother to three boys and a devoted wife to her husband of 49 years until his passing in She will be greatly missed by all her beloved family and friends and will always remain in our thoughts and prayers.
Alicia is survived by her brothers Raul, Jairo, Julio Enrique and Orlando as well as her sisters Ligia and Hilda and preceded in death by her sisters Clarita and Flor, and her parents Elvira and Ramon. She is also survived by her three sons, Rodney, Steven and Stanley; two daughters-in-law Kimberly and Jennifer; and four grandchildren, Samuel, Lainie, Cameron, and Erica. She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister Virginia Keane and a brother Edward Keane. Edith graduated from Fordham University with a degree in education.
She taught elementary school for many years. Later in her career, Edith became an Academic Language Therapist and specialized in tutoring children and adults with dyslexia. She also trained other teachers how to teach children and adults with dyslexia. She continued to be an active member after her retirement. She enjoyed singing at church and joined the church choir named the Notes of Joy. She developed many strong friendships with the women in the group. Edith is survived by her husband of 63 years, Dennis C. Sharon Kay Fitzpatrick, age 82, passed away peacefully at her residence on Friday February 1, with family by her side.
It was there in Salina where she met and married the love of her life, Jerry Oliver Fitzpatrick who preceded her in death in She lived an exemplary life of compassion and courage. For 30 years she worked as a Registered Nurse in hospitals, emergency rooms, and private practices in Kansas, Arkansas, Texas and California. She loved to love on others, especially those who had any health challenges. She knew her limitations. In she was diagnosed with a very aggressive life threatening form of Leukemia. She retired from nursing, became the patient, and launched an all out war on cancer. This was a very tough battle that she met with unbelievable courage, grit and determination.
While she won that battle, it would not be her last. In fact, she became somewhat of an expert on the subject and helped inspire other people who were waging their own cancer battles. Sharon loved to paint, volunteer, go to movies or musicals with her friends, watch tennis, or root on her Nebraska Cornhuskers and Dallas Cowboys football teams, but most of all she loved spending time with her family and playing games with her grandchildren.
A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Sharon will be laid to rest in the columbarium at the church. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the staff and community of DaySpring Senior living for their loving care and kindness over the last couple of months. The eldest of four brothers, he graduated from Southern Oregon College in with a degree in General Studies. He was a natural people person and used those skills in developing a successful career in sales.
He was successful in bringing small brands to the marketplace and helping them gain national attention and success. Joe was a loving father, blessed with two children and doting grandfather to his two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Alice Luczycki, younger brothers Kevin and Ed, and his wife Nancy. The family will receive friends for visitation Friday, February 8, from P. A funeral service will be held Saturday, February 9, at A.
Paula Corrine Maldonado Freeman, age 69, claimed the promise of her baptism on January 21, ending her battle with cancer. As a child, Paula and her twin sister Paulette, enjoyed spending their time together and shared everything. After graduating in , she attended classes at New Mexico Highlands University. Wayne was inducted into the US Army. While he was in training, Paula and Wayne lost their son, Gregory Wayne in infancy. Wayne was then transferred to Germany for a year and a half and Paula followed before they returned to Plano. In their first daughter, Suzette Dawn, was born.
Their second daughter, Kelly Renee followed in Paula stayed home and raised the children and played tennis frequently until when she went to work at Texas Instruments. During her year tenure between Texas Instruments and Raytheon, Paula worked as an administrative assistant. She loved her job and her caring and helpful nature won the hearts of her co-workers and everyone she knew. Over the years, Paula enjoyed many hobbies including tennis, ceramics, bowling and roller skating with family. Her love of music lead to frequent dancing and her appreciation of all things Elvis.
She was well known for the Christmas ornaments she distributed each year to family, friends and co-workers. After her grandchildren were born, David Alexander in and Charlotte Annick in , playing with and caring for them became her hobby of choice. Paula was preceded in death by her infant sister, Pauline Maldonado, her infant son Gregory Freeman, and her father, Liberato Maldonado. She is also survived by her sister, Paulette Clement and husband Clark of Timberon, New Mexico and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
The Rosary will be recited at pm. If desired, contributions can be made on the Paula Freeman Memorial page for St. Donald J. Smith, age 87, passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side on January 17, Don was born January 16, in Indianapolis, Indiana, the second of three sons.
At the age of 16, he joined the army and was stationed in Japan during the Korean War. Upon discharge he returned to Indiana and enrolled at Indiana University in Bloomington. They were married for 55 years. Together they raised five children. Don had a long career with JC Penney prior to opening his own firm. He continued to work most days until September Don was an avid golfer and a precise putter.
His favorite hole was the 19th. He also enjoyed bowling, playing bridge, going to the movies and most of all spending time with his family. His parish, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, was very important to him. His family were Charter members of the church. Over the years he held many positions of leadership including President, Treasurer and Chairman of various committees.
He also served as an usher until December He was known for his kind heart, easy smile and gregarious laugh. He truly never met a stranger. Don is also survived by his brother Robert Smith, and numerous nieces and nephews. Plano, Texas Mass will be preceded by a Rosary at am. Paul Reynolds, 91, passed away peacefully at his home. Marine Corps. In he married Frances Carroll with whom he spent the next 68 years with. Reynolds was a letter carrier with the U. Postal Service for 40 years, a member of Old St. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers and one sister. A Funeral Mass for Paul E.
Reynolds will be held at pm on Saturday, January 12 th , at St. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Catholic Charities. She was born on the 4 th of July in New York City. She lived the majority of her life in Irving, Texas where she and husband Gary Don Phillips raised their two children and were active members of the community, including PTA, booster clubs and Girl Scouts.
In recent years, she enjoyed traveling, watching her grandson play hockey, attending musicals, concerts and spending time with family. She touched so many throughout her lifetime and will be greatly missed. She is also survived by her sisters Lucy Kinsel; Margret Wilber and husband Rick; and her brother Peter Keane and wife Linda as well as 14 nieces and nephews and a host of other loving family and friends.
Lizz will be laid to rest in the columbarium at the church. Those wishing to make a donation in her memory, may do so at the American Cancer Society to help fund cancer research or St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church to honor her faith. Dylan Victor Dede. Dankasa presiding Dylan died in an car accident on Dec.
At a young age the family moved to San Diego, California where Daniel was raised. He was a loving and caring spirit totally dedicated to his family and cherished by his family. Visitation on Wednesday, January 2 at St. Elizabeth Seton in the Chapel from 10 am to am. Funeral Mass will follow at 11am in the Church. Judy Acinger, 77, of McKinney, Texas died peacefully on December 8, , with her family by her side. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt.
She enjoyed traveling, playing golf, watching her grandchildren play sports and spending time with friends. They settled in Texas and have lived in Plano and McKinney for the last 37 years.
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She was preceded in death by her father and mother. The family will receive friends for a visitation Thursday, December 27, from P. Judy will be laid to rest at the St. A reception will follow the service in the parish hall. James served his country proudly in the United States Marine Corp. James was President of Greyhound. Kerrigan, Jr. He was a man of deep faith, dedicated to his family. A funeral service will be held at a. The family will receive friends during a visitation Tuesday evening from p.
Vincent de Paul. Gloria married the love of her life, Reynaldo Caringal, in the Phillipines on January 8, , and had four beautiful daughters. She had a successful career as a Pharmacist. She was preceded in death by her brother, Freddie Manalo, and her parents. Visitation on Tuesday, December 11 at St. Francesca Spinelli, age 65, of McKinney, Texas, peacefully passed away on December 2, at The Pickens Center in Dallas after a courageous battle with ovarian cancer and metastatic brain cancer. She was born in Chicago, Illinois where she began her journey toward lifelong learning.
Francesca was a loving and caring spirit. She was involved with a number of philanthropic endeavors supporting women, children and the arts. She loved to travel and entertain and was a foodie at heart, always keeping her eye on the newest restaurants and latest dining trends. Francesca was health conscious and looked for the organic in everything. She and her husband Rick Hubbard were avid travelers, seeing the world through unique food and wine experiences. Francesca was a highly successful human resource executive.
As a member of the senior leadership teams at PetSmart, Inc. At Walmart, she was Vice President of Organizational Development, and she worked in educational settings in her early career. She is preceded in death by her parents Frank and Catherine. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Teresa Ann Kimbriel was born February 7, in Ft. Worth, Texas. She passed away November 30, in Plano, Texas. She grew up in Ennis, Texas, and attended the University of North Texas where she earned her degree in Psychology, and moved to Dallas where she met her future husband Lester Kimbriel. Teresa was a devoted parishioner of St.
Elizabeth Ann Seaton parish in Plano. She enjoyed spending time with her family, reading, gardening, and was an avid sports fan. Teresa will always be remembered as a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and thoughtful friend. Teresa is survived by her loving husband of 48 years Lester Kimbriel, sons Jason and his wife Stacy and Eric and his wife Janet.
Teresa was the doting grandmother of Sabrina, Reese and Autumn Kimbriel. Her service will be held on Friday December 7, at A. Mary Ellen Conrad passed away November 24, Mary Ellen leaves behind her loving husband, Erv of 48 years. She is also survived by her children, Stephanie Allan V. Mary leaves behind beloved cousins, neighbors and friends. Williams of Algonquin, Illinois. Mary Ellen began her career as lead interior design instructor at Bauder College of Fashion and Design in Arlington, Texas and soon after started her interior design company M.
C Design. In addition to Mary Ellen's career accomplishments, she was most proud of her family. Mary Ellen was an involved parent to her children's activities: scout leader, soccer mom, and parent interests groups; however she received most joy by being Mimi to Jack and Kate. Mary Ellen will be missed by many and remembered by all for her never-ending compassion. Mary M. Moy Dreyer passed away November 21, at the age of Her smile and laughter will be missed by family and friends. A funeral service on December 4, will be held at St. Mary Ellen Bonet passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on November 17, She was a graduate of St.
John's University with a degree in Education and upon arriving in Texas in , attended The University of Texas at Dallas where she earned a degree in Accounting. Reception in Parish Hall before intermnet. MaryEllen was an active member of Altrusa International, volunteered at the Dallas Arboretum, and was an avid runner and hiker. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in MaryEllen's honor to the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Dallas. Kenneth J.
McCarthy, a retired chief financial officer of Younkers, passed away on Oct. He and his family moved to Des Moines in when he started work at Younkers. He was active in many community and faith based organizations and served on numerous boards including the United Way. He also served as chairman of the board of Mercy Hospital. McCarthy was devoted to his family, his church, and his community. He was also an avid golfer and sang in the church choir throughout his life. He was predeceased by his bride of 56 years, Marge, his brothers Charles and Gerald and his sisters Eileen and Clare.
He is survived by his four children Kevin, Patty, Kathy and Paul, their spouses, and 10 grandchildren. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, W. He will be intered in the Seton Columbarium after the Mass. Reception will follow in the Parish Hall. Charles worked in the insurance industry for many years. Chuck loved his family and friends. He loved a good joke and a good martini. Chuck loved reading Model Railroader and anything pertaining to history.
He especially loved planning and attending his military reunions where he loved getting together with his fellow officers at Whiteman Air Force Base. He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. He was an Alumni, Southern Illinois University for his bachelor of science degree, in the school of business. Memorial Service will be held on November 13 at am in the Church. Although his parents Emilia and Eduardo had already immigrated to the United States and started their family here, they chose for him to be born in the Old Country, where he was cradled by his ancestral Basque family for the first 6 months of his life.
He was the second of 3 siblings and survived his older sister Carmen and his younger brother Victor. Henry grew up in New York City where he went to school through High School and enlisted in the Army to serve his country in the Korean War, where he earned an honorable discharge and returned home to marry the love of his life, Milagros Otazua, better known to all as Millie.
And yes, he did say he was going to marry her the very first time he took her out on a date. Henry was a self-made man. His impeccable work ethic and unrelenting drive, led him to opportunities in which we was able to lead the Pfizer consumer product division in Mexico City to a great level of success. He retired in and moved to Dallas, Texas where he was determined to invest his time in as much quality time as he found possible with his family.
Henry passed quietly at home, on Saturday, November 3rd, at the age of The family will greet friends at a visitation on Thursday, November 8, from 4 to 6 pm, followed by a Vigil Service beginning at pm at Allen Family Funeral Options.
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A reception will be held immediately afterwards, 5 minutes away, at the home of Michael and Allison Santa Maria, at Sundance Dr. If desired, floral arrangements may be sent directly through the funeral home, or donations may be made in his name to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society www. She passed away November 1, in Carrollton, Texas. Mary was born in northern Ohio as the eldest of 6 siblings. In May , she married her husband, Norm, and so began 33 wonderful years they shared together. The first four years were in the role of Navy wife which is challenging on the good days.
She worked several years as a short- and long-term substitute teacher before stepping away from that to focus on running her own small business. One of the threads that ran through her entire life was a love of all things crafty which started as a young girl crocheting and sewing Barbie doll clothes and through the years included crocheting various items, various painting styles, many projects for and with the girls and the grandkids and most recently involved doing vinyl designs as gifts.
Her family especially remembers the joy and love that Mary put into the traditions of life. Birthdays must be celebrated properly! Christmas was her yearly triumph as she always made this a magical time of year steeped in traditions for her family. Mary was always a beautiful faith-filled wife, mother, and friend who encouraged those around her through her words, actions and the example she set.
She was preceded in death by her father and two daughters, Rebecca Leigh and Bernadette Gertrude. A vigil service will be held Thursday, November 8, at P. A Mass will be celebrated Friday, November 9, at A. There will be a reception to follow the mass in the parish hall. Mary will be laid to rest later in the columbarium at St.
A funeral Mass will be held at am on Friday, November 9, at St. The Reverend Chris Ortega will officiate. She graduated from St. She enjoyed bingo, listening to rhythm and blues, low country cooking, her cats and dog, supporting animal rights and spending time with her friends and family in Georgia, Virginia and North Carolina. Dolores was a member of St.
Dolores was preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law James P. Teachey of Portsmouth, Virginia; three nephews; two nieces; 13 grand-nephews and nieces; and sixteen great-grand nephews and nieces. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Faith Presbyterian Hospice at Merit Drive, Dallas, TX or at their website www. She was the devoted mother to four sons and a daughter, and gave her best to them, raised them to love things like cinnamon toast with the edges cut off, and encouraged them to play outside.
Her children had no wants in their youth, and knew only love. They miss her deeply. The loving children of Patricia are: a. Her sons intend to reunite with Sherrie. Patricia was born on July 31, at Newport Naval Hospital, the spark of her parents eyes, she was a darling daughter. She grew up with her two amazing brothers: Jack Earl Bryan and his wife Barbara nee Bright Bryan, of Twain Harte CA, an older brother who joined the Army as a Ranger during Vietnam, receiving the Purple Heart; and a younger brother named Leonard Weisensee and his wife Joanne nee Tebo Weisensee, an avid builder and repairman, who stayed near their parents caring for them to their passing.
They lived in Bristol, PA for the birth of their three sons. They moved back to Seekonk, MA and divorced in In her final years she was unmarried, and passed away with the love of her children, three of which lived nearby. She loved to chat, to simply spread the air with laughter. She made friends easily, and she always was there to share her day.
Patricia will be missed, remembered, loved, and cherished in our memories, our dreams, and our lives. Patricia is a practicing Catholic, and asked for your prayers and a Hail Mary in her memory. Rosemary Ann Mackay, 71, went home to be with the Lord on October 10, Rosemary was preceded in death by her parents, brothers: John Hoesing and Michael Hoesing, and sister: Dolores Hawkins. Rosemary was a trusted friend, caring animal lover, and passionate equestrian. She was a devoted Catholic and attended church at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, W. Douglas Cook officiating.
Reception will be in the parish hall after the interment. He died peacefully at home on October 5, surrounded by his family. He was 81 years old. He started high school in Japan and his second year of college was in the Panama Canal Zone making 38 different schools prior to adulthood. They married in and started their family which grew to five children. John left the Air Force in and began a year career in Civil Service. His Federal career consisted of many occupations including electronics, missile systems analyst, technical instructor, equipment specialist, computer systems analyst, computer programmer, and division chief of information management.
His favorite occupation was serving the public as a trainer in the Silva Method beginning in His major preoccupation was with helping others develop their God given abilities. A funeral will be at St. He was raised in Kansas City, Missouri and moved to Texas in Bernie was very proud that he started working at an early age to earn spending money and was always able to make a good living to support the ones he loved. He was an avid Cowboy football fan and enjoyed critiquing their games with his friends.
Mass of the Resurrection will be at noon on October 16, , at St. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas A memorial service will be held at P. Javier Dias presider. Reception in Parish Hall. She was always very happy person. Growing up and throughout her life, she loved to sing. She was a very active child, very bouncy as a baby and always running around the house. Later, growing up, she was the proverbial good girl. Always did as she was supposed to. She graduated from Grover Cleveland High School in She grew up Roman Catholic and at the time of passing was a member of St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Plano, Texas. The couple had 56 amazing years of marriage before Bob's untimely passing. Their union brought them three beautiful children; son, Robert Bobby , and daughters, Maureen and Karen. This brought them the addition of a wonderful daughter-in-law, Shelley and wonderful son-in-laws, John and Jonathan, which in turn blessed them with five amazing grandchildren, Christopher Aragon, Kaitlyn Brooks, Ryan Wallace, Kristen Wallace, Cassidy Aragon. For Karen and Maureen, it would be a prince on a white horse.
For Bobby, it was an English nanny that came down from the sky with an umbrella. Joan had her favorites like, old classic movies and popular music from her generation. Her favorite singer was Barbra Streisand. She could do an excellent imitation of Barbra Streisand singing. She loved the beach! When her children were young, she took them to Tobay Beach on Long Island at least twice a week!
Joan will always be remembered as a very classy, very proper woman, her liking to be glamorous and always being impeccably dressed with hair and make-up fixed. She especially liked to sing popular music from her generation, she was especially good at Irish songs.
Many times she would get up at events and sing publicly. Wake: Monday, October 8, , to p. Rosary Service: Monday, October 8, , p. Funeral Mass: Tuesday, October 9, , a. Graveside Service in Procession: Tuesday, October 9, , p. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www. Donald served in the Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller, and was stationed in England where he developed his life-long love of London and travel. Don retired from Aetna as a Marketing Manager. He and Cathy enjoyed a retirement filled with travel, friends, and adventures with their much adored grandchildren, Quinlan and Sean.
Donald also was skilled at carpentry and crafting both fine furniture and decorative objects from wood. During their lives Don and Cathy restored a historic farmhouse in Maine, as well as a brick rowhouse in Massachusetts where they ran a bed and breakfast together for a few years.
To keep busy in retirement Don worked for the TSA and in the paint department at Home Depot where he was happy to provide expert advice. In his later years he enjoyed life in Texas close to his daughter and as a devoted "G'Pa" to his grandsons, meeting new friends and being part of the Blue Candlelight Music Series extended family. Funeral Mass: Monday, October 8, , a. Entombment will occur at St. Francis by the Sea in Hilton Head, where he will rest with Catherine.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Boys Town Charities at www. After a 7-month battle with pancreatic cancer, Brian Graham Luyt passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on September 25, He attended UCLA where he completed undergraduate studies in mathematics in followed by The University of California at Berkeley completing graduate studies in mathematics. Brian was a loyal employee at EDS for over 27 years retiring in as a well-respected leader and friend. When he retired from EDS, he dedicated his life to service in various volunteer organizations including the Jasper High School Band Boosters where he served as volunteer coordinator and president; the Plano Senior High School Quarterback Club where he helped sell booster merchandise and set up stadium pennants for game night; the CdLS Foundation where he served on the board for six years, ran an annual golf tournament, served on the Conference Planning Committee for over 15 years and twice was a local point person for the national conferences held in Dallas; and, St.
With retirement also came the opportunity for Brian to spend his free time doing what he loved: traveling, golfing, and spending time at Flathead Lake in Montana. He enjoyed traveling the world and had the opportunity to visit much of the U. Some of our most cherished memories have been made at the lake house where we spent many summers together.
There he was able to be outdoors, work on household projects, play golf every day, spend time with family, and entertain company. He always remained young at heart and was never afraid to endure an epic wipeout. Brian a. Friendly competition was the name of the game, even when it came to decorating Christmas cookies and Easter eggs. Detailed in his approach, he always gave the rest of us a run for our money.
As a sports enthusiast, Brian spent his free time watching sports of all kinds, especially football and golf. Many special memories have been made attending Cowboy games together through the years, and football-watching parties were common practice in his home. He would readily cheer for the alma maters of his children unless they were playing his cherished Bruins. In those cases, all bets were off, and it was every man for himself. In addition to football, golf has always held a special place in his heart.
He loved watching the tournaments on TV, and he played regularly with his buddies, Bill, Sam, and Terry. He seemed to always be in competition with himself trying to better his driving distance, his putting accuracy, and his score. In fact, the last time he played, he hit a drive to establish his new personal record.
What a sweet gift! He taught himself to play the guitar and enjoyed serenading the family in the living room at home or around a campfire at the lake in Montana. Brian was predeceased by his parents and granddaughter, Faith Elizabeth Sorge. A Visitation will be held from P. There will be a Mass of the Resurrection at A. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas. Reception to follow in the Parish Hall Contributions to any of the following organizations that were important to Brian would be welcome: The CdLS Foundation has been a source of support and information to the family for over 25 years because of his daughter, Katie.
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network was most helpful to Brian when he was diagnosed by providing information on pancreatic cancer, treatments, and clinical trials being conducted in our area. Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center where Brian received his treatments conducts clinical trials for patients being treated for various types of cancers. It was a great, caring place, and the people were wonderful to Brian. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Gateway Funeral Homes.