Clayton County Register

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Kenneth W. Miller

 

Kenneth W. Miller, 84, of New Hampton, IA died on Friday, August 2, 2013, at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City, IA.

A memorial service was held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 6, 2013, at Conway-Markham Funeral Home in New Hampton with Pastor Kevin Frey officiating. 

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John Joseph Walsh

 

Rev. John Joseph Walsh, 83 of Dubuque, died Tuesday, August 13, 2013, at Mercy Hospice in Johnston, IA following a short illness. Services held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 19, at All Saints Catholic Church, Cedar Rapids, by Archbishop Michael Jackels. Burial was at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Cedar Rapids. A rosary was recited at 9 a.m. on Monday followed by a visitation at 9:30 a.m. at the church. 

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Duane Charles Delbert Lamker

 

Duane Charles Delbert Lamker, 84, of Monona, Iowa, died Thursday, August 15, 2013 at Veterans Memorial Hospital in Waukon, Iowa. He was born on March 10, 1929, to Alvin and Cora (Breitsprecher) Lamker in Monona, Iowa. Duane was baptized on March 31, 1929, and confirmed on March 10, 1943, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Monona, Iowa. He graduated from Monona High School.

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John LuVern Palas

 

John LuVern Palas, 59, of rural St. Olaf, died Thursday, August 15, 2013, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids. He was born on July 18, 1954, in McGregor, to John and Elvera (Marmann) Palas. He graduated from Central High School, Elkader.

On June 19, 1976, he was united in marriage to Christine Heimann at Zion Lutheran Church in Clayton Center. Three children were born to this union.

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First-time visitors from Tanzania accompany Father Paul Fagan

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The first stop in the United States for Sister Anna Nchama and Iluuminata Mashalla, along with Father Paul, was a thrilling view from the 96th floor of the John Hancock Building in Chicago.
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This is the future Operating Suites building at Songambele Health Center. (Submitted photos)

The impossible dream of visiting the United States has come true for Sister Anna Nchama, IHSA (Immaculate Heart Sisters of Africa) and Illuminata Mashalla, who were accompanied by Father Paul Fagan who has worked in Tanzania for the past 53 years.  Their arrival in the United States began in Chicago where Fr. Paul’s cousin Bob met them at the airport and then took them to the John Hancock Building for an amazing ride 96 floors straight up. What a great place for them to get their first view of an American City. Fr. Paul who has designed and built more than 50 buildings in his parishes was equally fascinated by this and other extraordinary architectural designs and construction.

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Aug

Verdeen Waterman

 

Verdeen Emil Charles Waterman, 79, of Elkader, passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 10, at the Regional Medical Center in Manchester, Iowa.   

Verdeen was born November 4, 1933 to Martin F. and Pearl M. (Maier) Waterman in Elk Township, Iowa. He graduated from Littleport High School in 1953. He was united in marriage to Loretta Pugh on January 23, 1955, in Rockford, Iowa. To this union five children were born. 

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Aug

A look at facade project

More than a dozen local property owners and residents got their first look at the complete Elkader façade project during a public meeting last week at Elkader City Hall. Sixteen properties are participating. Nearly $489,000 in exterior improvements will be made. Seventy percent of the cost (more than $343,000) will be covered by a state grant. The remaining amount (about $145,396) will be the responsibility of individual property owners.

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Langmeier, Foels engagement

 

Ron and Donna Foels of Elkader, are happy to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Amy, to Keith Langmeier, son of Jim and Sabrina Langmeier of Patch Grove, WI.

Amy is a 2003 graduate of Central Community High School and a 2006 graduate of Kirkwood Community College with a degree in Apparel Merchandising.

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LaVera Smith VanDuyn

 

LaVera Louise Smith VanDuyn, 87, of Littleport, Iowa, died on Sunday, August 4, 2013, at the Edgewood Convalescent Home.  She was born on November 18, 1925, in rural Littleport, the daughter of Edward F. and Helena Wilhelmina Dorothea ”Minnie” (Nightingale) Hakert.  LaVera was raised in the area and attended Littleport rural school.  She was confirmed at Hope Lutheran Church in Littleport.

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Local women making a difference


Erin Friedley, Monona, (back row, third from left wearing a dark pink shirt) was part of an Upper Iowa University group that recently traveled to Haiti.

Two sisters—Amy Doepkke, Elkader, and Erin Friedley, Monona, spent seven days in May on a service trip to Haiti. Eleven other Upper Iowa University students and two faculty members were also part of their group.

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