The family of Regina Schutz would like to express our sincere thanks to all those who assisted us in any way during our mother’s sudden illness and funeral. Thanks to all those who provided gifts, brought food for the wake or funeral, contributed in any way, or took time to visit with us. Thanks also to the Assumption Church Guild for preparing and serving the luncheon. Thank you to Bruce and Deb of Williams Dingmann Funeral Home for gently assisting us with arrangements, to Fr. Julius and Fr. Jerome for meaningful memorial services and funeral Mass, and to the musicians for the wonderful music. We, especially, want to acknowledge the exceptional care given to Regina by the staff of the Paynesville Area Hospital, Assumption Home in Cold Spring and the care and support provided by Rice Hospice. You were a blessing to all of us.
Thank you to all of you for your kind words, prayers, memorials, and support on the passing of our mother Loretta Fox who died peacefully on her 93rd birthday Oct. 10, 2013. Thank you to Rev. David Milz for the visits, prayers, and for the service of praise and thanksgiving at
St. John’s Lutheran Church. Thanks also to organist Lynn Hoff and the congregation and serving group who provided and served the lunch following the service. A special note of appreciation to the staff and administration at Heritage House of Kimball and to the staff of Heartland Hospice for the excellent care they provided for our mother. Thanks also to Brian Dingmann and Dingmann Funeral Care.
Your kindness and support will always be remembered.
The family of Loretta Fox
The Kingston Lions would like to thank all who supported the blood drive held in Kingston Tuesday, Oct. 15. The goal was 57 pints, 56 were collected.
A special time was when three generation of one family were donating at the same time.
Marilyn Howk, grandmother on the right, Lisa Rokala, daughter in the middle and giving blood is granddaughter, Debbie Rokala. Marilyn and Lisa had completed their donation, Debbie took a longer time because she volunteered to do “double red”. Thanks again to all, hope to see you next year.
The overwhelming support has been awesome since the passing of Dawson. Your thoughts, prayers and support will be long remembered as we adjust in the days ahead. We are amazed at the impact Dawson had as he lived in our little community. You all out there will likewise be remembered for your thoughtfulness.
Arlene and Darwin Deuermeyer and family
Thank you to Marc Berris for the presentation “Autism Awareness for First Responders,” Monday, Sept. 30, at the Watkins Elementary School. This was hosted by the Watkins Ambulance &
Rescue Squad. As a speaker and presenter, Marc was very informative, being the father of a son with autism.
Thanks to EV-W school for the use of the building. Thanks goes also to Jeannie Geislinger and Adam Teicher for assistance; and to the EMS volunteers for attending to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder, and the people you help.
We want to thank the Litchfield McDonald’s for the beverage they provided.
Watkins Ambulance & Rescue