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The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council Honors Elizabeth Hanks

Elizabeth Hanks.
Elizabeth was born & raised in our community. She is the 2nd of 10 children. She is a lifelong member of our parish & attended St Francis school. She has been married to Paul Hanks for 35 years. Paul himself is a very active parishioner, member of the Knights of Columbus, Sacristan, & Eucharistic Minister & has served on the finance council & choir. They have two children, Kenneth, & James, our new Youth Minister.

When Elizabeth started at the parish 11 years ago she was the administrative assistant at the front desk. She then moved to bookkeeper. In her current position Elizabeth provides support & strength to the St Francis parish by participating in several ministries including: Liturgy, RCIA, & Baptisms. She commented that "Being in charge of Liturgy" allows her to be involved with many parish ministries, due to their connection to the weekend Masses, such as sacraments, Sister Parish delegation, CYO, & Scout Sunday & the blessing of hats & scarves for Outreach, & various St Francis School Masses.

She was part of the parish delegation that visited our sister parish in El Salvador & is now a part of the "family to family" group that sponsors a child in our sister parish.
When asked what her favorite service was that she provides to the parish she said she "likes the connection she gets through working with people, the relationships that are developed with parishioners, getting to know what is going on in their lives. She is continually working on how to "be church" and not "do church."
We honor Elizabeth for her love, commitment & selfless giving to all. Thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving, giving heart.

 

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Praise & Recognition at St. Francis of Assisi

 

One of the six key characteristics of an engaged member of a parish is that members have received recognition or praise from someone in their parish, within the past six months. As St. Francis of Assisi Parish moves forward, it will be essential that we create the climate where parishioners freely and frequently can recognize and praise the efforts of other parishioners and staff members. One step in creating this climate is the creation of a moderated forum where the efforts of St. Francis of Assisi parishioners can be recognized and praised.


To submit a praise and recognition post, you must use the praise and recognition form. You are expected to identify the person or group that you want to recognize or praise, and explain why you are offering the praise and recognition at this time.  While you may want to post anonymously, you must identify yourself. This will allow the moderator to contact you should there be the need to resolve any issue related to your post.

 

 

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The latest listing of praise & recognition and why they make St. Francis what it is today are listed here.


A Special Thank You to Elizabeth Hanks, who has given all of us so much of her time and effort, not only while Fr. Dick was away, but also being seen constantly before each Mass, and then some. What a spiritual inspiration for many of us to see her daily, overseeing whatever needs to be done. Thank you, Elizabeth, for your devotion to our Catholic faith and dedication to our parish.

-- Lil Isernio
 



A Big Hug to all of the wonderful Salad and Dessert parishioners who faithfully, when called upon, come through for us in helping make the Funeral Receptions successful and inspiring for the families and friends of the deceased.
Last, but not least, the Kitchen Brigade gals are there, always with that wonderful smile, and knowing what to do, and enjoying each other’s company.
Might be long days and busy at times, but when we close up shop, we all feel so Blessed that all of us share a special friendship....

-- Lil
 



The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council Honors Kitty & John Meehan

John & Kitty Meehan have been members of St Francis of Assisi since 1991; finding a home here..

Kitty moved to Des Moines in 1961, & attended high school at Mt. Rainier. She got her AA degree from Highline Community College.John grew up in a large Catholic family & attended WSU.
Kitty did display work at the Bon, Nordstrom, & Fredrick and Nelson, which is where she met John. Both were managers at F&N and not allowed to date. A clandestine dating affair blossomed into marriage at St. Francis in 1992.

Ministry started very simply: John pulled some weeds at church, which lead to more yard work during the spring. Kitty became involved in the liturgy committee where her display background led her to working on church decorations. John hangs the beautiful red, then white then red banners for Palm Sunday, Easter and Pentecost. John worked on the
Stewardship Committee for 3 years & both were called to be Eucharistic Ministers, participating in what they consider the most important part of the mass, sharing of the Body and Blood of Christ. They are inspired to work with the elderly & plan to do more outreach when they retire.
Faith, expressed by Kitty, is the blessed assurance of salvation, & the continual forgiveness of our Lord. Stewardship of treasure, talent, and, especially, time provides the drive for participation, & they show by example how it can start very small & grow over time.
Involvement starts by talking to others who are engaged then listen to that little voice that you often hear when you take the time to listen. Follow what interests you, just as you follow our Lord.

“Our community is comprised of people like John and Kitty. They help make it what it is.”
Thank you, John & Kitty, for your contributions and your help to make our parish home.
-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council Honors Francis Davis

Frances became a catholic and member of our parish, April of 1992. Deacon Lloyd Snider baptized her at the Easter Vigil. Frances is now on staff as the Outreach and Social Justice Pastoral Assistant. Although she has served on other committees, such as, Religious Education for 4 years and First Communion classes for 2 years, it is her present position that she feels blessed to have. Her direct responsibilities are:
Scheduling Eucharistic ministers to visit hospitals and the home bound, Lenten Rice Bowls and soup suppers, Sock it to the Homeless, Warm for Winter, 50 plus friends, monthly sandwich making, Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas giving tree, and Life, and the Justice and Peace Commission.

Frances is the Mother of 6 children, a Grandmother and Great grandmother, and it was the early experience of providing for her children that gave her such empathy for others in need of help. She also lived in a tent for 5 years as a young child and because of that experience, Frances says, "I get it. I know what people go through and what it takes to ask for help".

After retiring from the phone company, she worked for the St. Vincent DePaul Society for 2 years and then The Maryknoll Fathers for 4½ years. It was at the Maryknoll office that she learned of all the Social Justice issues that enable her to facilitate many of our programs at church. Along the way at Maryknoll, she was able to meet many priests who returned from missionary work all around the world. It was a connection to many needs of others all over the world.

Catholic Community Services is an organization near and dear to her heart. They provided help to two of her children in a time of need. It was CCS’s outreach to her children that encouraged her to apply for the position of Outreach Minister. It is a position that allows her to feel that she is giving back to a community who has helped her family so much.

Frances' faith leads her to teach "Just Faith Classes", a study of social Justice teachings of the Catholic Church. These classes teach others about social issues and how to help others through the faith and ministries of the Catholic Church.

Frances has recently joined the choir and occasionally is a lector at some masses.

We at St. Francis are very blessed to have Frances as our Outreach leader. Her knowledge, compassion, empathy, and service to others, are a Christian standard we should all strive for.

Thank you for all your service,
The Pastoral Council
-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council Honors Katie Skeltis

Kati Skeltis was born in Chesaning, Michigan, one of four daughters. She attended Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Michigan State University and the UW for a MS in International Studies.
In 1984 Kati married Tony, then moved to Seattle. Their two children Gioia and Zach graduated from St. Francis School.
They joined St. Francis 31 years ago. They looked in the Yellow Pages, choosing St. Francis Parish because the Mass times were listed.
Kati feels called to serve, calling it a privilege and honor to serve her Church and faith community. She began volunteering with the Circle Group to plan social activities for young parishioners, Oktoberfest, the Confirmation team, and Evenings for the Engaged, Eucharistic minister. She was Lector Coordinator for 15 years. For seven years she has coached and served as St. Francis CYO Athletic Director, coordinating all parish CYO sports and serving on the Archdiocesan CYO Board of Directors.
She volunteers while being authentic and intentional, wholeheartedly building community through the giving of herself, and putting her faith into action. Kati says, ” One’s time is one’s most valuable asset.” Loving and giving was modeled to her as a child. As Kati gives back she wants kids to know and experience unconditional love, striving to help kids see that the Church is a welcoming place.
Kati, we honor your years of ministry to St. Francis Parish and School. The joyful, tender, competent and responsible management of many ministries has been a gift to our community. We are grateful for your presence and the strengths you share with us. Thank you for your patience and kindness in dealing with others, and for showing us Christ in such a loving way. Thank you for showing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart. God Bless you.


-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



The St. Francis Pastoral Council honors Maria Houck for her generosity and devotion to others.

A native of Vietnam, Maria came to St. Francis in the 1990’s on the suggestion of Father Lynch and has been involved in the parish ever since. Quiet and unassuming, she has been sharing her cooking and baking talents with parishioners for years with frequent offerings for funeral receptions and 50+ luncheons.

She can be found at weekday masses and the Saturday evening mass.

Maria, thank you for your generosity to the parish and to all those in need. You are truly, in the words of Jim Severino, an "angel of giving."

We honor, Maria for her love, commitment and selfless giving to all of us at St Francis. We want you to know how much we appreciate all you give each and every day to make St. Francis a parish we are blessed to call home.

From all of us, thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart.

God Bless and Thank You

-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



Dan Payne is one of 6 in the Payne Family. He has 2 sisters and 3 brothers. Dan’s primary education was at St. Francis of Assisi School. He was considered the teacher’s pet as he was able to have the keys to get the mail and was allowed to push the recess button. Even at a young age, Dan was serving the community doing “behind the scenes” type of action. He graduated from Highline High School. Dan attended Bates Technical College in Tacoma for two years studying in the Audio visual field.

His mother, Nancy, modeled involvement in the community, always involved with the planning and setup for senior gatherings for the Parish. Dan was active in the young adult group for ages 18-35 enjoying camping, hiking and volleyball, and feels connected through friends from that group.

Father Wallace hired Dan as the School Janitor in 1988, and then in 1997 became the Facilities Manager working for both the school and parish. He worked for Fr. McCluskey, Fr. Lee, and Fr. Hayatsu. He works on anything that needs to be fixed, from the Bell Tower to the plumbing. He enjoys the variety of work and is glad to have new challenges every day.

Dan brings his talents to both our school and parish community. After taking the living your strengths class, Dan shared that his top five strengths are, Context, Restorative, Harmony, Developer, and Deliberate. “I like the harmony of taking care of the parish archival pictures in the archives room. I also enjoy helping out with the audio-visual aspect of the school Talent Show and the School Musical.”

Dan, we honor and recognize your incredible service, loyalty, and commitment to all of the community of St. Francis. We are grateful for your presence in our community, and for all that you do for each and every one of us. Thank you for your patience and kindness, and for showing us Christ in such a loving way. May God Bless and Keep You.
-- The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council Honors Cheryl Brooten in recognition of her success and devotion as Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation at St. Francis.

Cheryl seeks continuously to encourage families of the parish to become involved in adult and children's Faith Formation programs.

Prior to joining St. Francis, Cheryl volunteered for years in Faith Formation. Cheryl has gained her inspiration to participate in the ministry from St. Francis de Sailes who said, "Please God by doing everything - big or small enthusiastically and well."

Cheryl also gains strength and direction by beginning her day in prayer. Her major core value is honesty and compassion above all else. She strives daily to faithfully live out God’s will to be successful.

Cheryl is a strong advocate for youth. She feels they need a place and safe people to explore their faith and make it their own.

Cheryl's faith portrays a spirit of optimism, hope, and confidence in God's love.

Thank you Cheryl, we honor you for your love, commitment and selfless giving to all of us at St. Francis. We want you to know how much we appreciate all you give each and every day. Thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart. God bless you.



-- St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



A BIG THANK YOU to all the ladies who diligently helped with the funeral reception on Monday, the 28th and a special thanks to all parishioners who continue to be faithful in bringing salads and desserts!
(Lil I.)
-- Lil I.
 



Ken Devos came to St. Francis of Assisi Parish from St. Bernadette’s Parish in 1994. He was raised in the Catholic Church and has lived in Washington State all his life. He and his wife Carol, were married at St. Anthony’s Parish in Kent 28 years ago.

They have two children; Elizabeth, 25 who graduated from Central Washington University with a journalist degree, and Michael 18, who is a first year student at Washington State University.

Ken Works at Nordstrom as a System Analyst. He also volunteers at Highline High School as an assistant golf coach.

Ken has been a member of the Knights of Columbus for 30 years. He is the State Youth Chairman for Washington State. The Knights are very active in our Parish supporting many religious and local causes. Many of which are St. Martin De Porres Shelter, Francis House, the Matt Talbot Center and Pregnancy Aid of Des Moines. His commitment to the group is a blessing. Ken also serves as Usher and Sacristan.

Ken is also very active in the Boy Scouts’ of America Program. He is the Advancement Chair for Troop 375 and also serves as the Merit Badge Coordinator, holding many different positions over the years.

He is fulfilled spiritually by giving of his time and talents and truly feels engaged in the process. Ken feels his calling is to give back to his Church what he has received spiritually.

We honor Ken for his service and commitment to St. Francis of Assisi Parish. We thank you for your dedication and are blessed to have you as a part of our Church Community.

God Bless and Thank You

-- St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



Rick & Laurie Fleehart
Laurie grew up in the Hillcrest area, attending St Francis until 6th grade, then the Highline Schools. After receiving her education degree from Western, she returned to the Highline District as a substitute teacher for 30 years. Rick was raised in Bellevue, and met Laurie at Western; they married at St. Francis in 1980, and moved here in 1981. Rick is a web developer for Boeing, and converted to Catholicism in 1991; Laurie grew up Catholic.

They have 2 children: Karen lives in Montana with her husband and three children; and Greg lives in the Greenlake area with his wife and are expecting their first child in July.

Laurie taught Sunday school for years and met many other parishioners through the babysitting co-op at 10am mass. Both Karen & Greg attended Sunday School, received the sacraments, and were active in the youth group, as were both Rick and Laurie. Yearly, the youth group attended a migrant farm week in Lynden to watch migrant children as part of the High School faith formation. Both Rick and Laurie worked on the Baptism team for many years, both continue serving as Eucharistic Ministers, and Laurie is actively involved with the High School Confirmation program. They made the trip to our sister parish in El Salvador in 2002, and have continued with their love and support for the past 11 years. They participate in the Family to Family program which helps the children in our Sister Parish continue their education. Rick helped design the parish website 10 years ago, and has been working on it, joyfully, ever since.

Laurie & Rick show us the values of engagement and feel deeply for our parish family.
They feel that the engagement prayer perfectly describes their feelings and commitment to our parish family.

From all of us, thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart.

God Bless and Thank You
-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



A grateful Thank You to the gals who devote their time in helping with our funeral receptions. We know that it helps the families who have lost a loved one; they’re able to share memories with friends, and I must say, enjoy great food too.
So much of this couldn’t be done except for those who volunteer to make the salads or desserts, with that Caring, Special St. Francis Smile to us when they bring the food in.
We are truly blessed for all of you, for your faithfulness whenever called upon. I have to say that I’m the lucky one for being a part of our Funeral Reception. So I say “Thank all of you from the bottom of my heart.”
-- Lil Isernio
 



Maria Balsiger has been a member of our parish for 18 years. She is married to Steve and has two daughters, Danica and Jessica. Both girls are currently enrolled at the University of Washington. She is an Occupational Therapist at Highline Hospital.

She comes from a strong Catholic background with most of her volunteer inspiration coming from both her maternal and paternal grandmothers. One of her grandmothers provided her inspiration mantra by saying, “If you are asked to do something to help and it does not cause you or anyone else harm, then you need to do it’.

Maria also gains strength and direction by beginning her day in prayer. She feels energized and looks forward to accomplishing what God has in store for her. Prayer is her core value guiding everything in her life and it shows by her energetic spirit, open to what God has in store for her.

Maria is an advocate for our youth. She feels that the youth are the future and it is to youth ministry that she has been called to serve. Her service includes:14 years of Faith Formation, as a teacher and aid, 5 years as a Confirmation Leader and aid, 5 years on the Sister Parish committee with a trip to El Salvador, 3 plus years as a member of the Board of Directors for Hospitality House and Chair for their Spring Fling this year. She is also a Eucharistic Minister and Sacristan.

Maria serves because she loves her parish. She serves because of the gift of spirit that is returned to her, tenfold. She serves because she loves her parish family and wants to enrich its programs. She serves because her grandmother said, “Then you need to do it.”

Thank you Maria, we honor you for your love, commitment and selfless giving to all of us at St. Francis. We want you to know how much we appreciate all you give each and every day. Thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart.
-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



Great thanks to Maria O’Brien, Shannon Radoll, George Wipperfurth, Marlis Manley and Santiago & Tomasita Quinsay for inputting the 540 surveys into Gallup. Thanks again to all who filled out an ME25 Questionnaire Survey.
-- John
 



A BIG THANK YOU TO THE SACRAMENTORS for cutting off and replacing the rubber bumpers on church kneelers.
-- Dan Payne
 



Leo and Karen Ehreth were married in St. Francis Church in March of 1975. They bought a home nearby where they raised two sons Dan & Paul. They feel strongly that St. Francis of Assisi Parish is their second home. They say "our parish is our family. When someone needs help we help, if something needs to be done, we do it."

Together they were involved in Marriage Encounter for 10 years, with 3 to 5 years as the presenting couple. They liked to help people strengthen their faith and to make good marriages better. They helped start RCIA at St. Francis and for the next 30 years they led around 450 people through the process of Christian Initiation. Karen says "RCIA continually increased my knowledge of the Catholic Faith and every year was a new experience. We were able to pass this on to our kids." They both served for 3 years on the Pastoral Council.

Karen helped out in the former nursery during the 10:00 a.m. Mass and is about to start her second year helping in Vacation Bible School. She has been a Eucharistic Minister since 1998 and she helps out with funeral receptions by making salads.

Leo has been a Eucharistic Minister for 6 years, he is a member of the Knights of Columbus and Sacramentors. Both are groups that raise funds for various charities and also help with maintenance around the parish campus. Leo says "everything that we see here in the present time is because of people I didn't even know, it's here because of their efforts in the past. I'm at a position to keep it going for others. It's our turn."

Karen and Leo we honor you for your love, commitment and selfless stewardship to all of us at St. Francis. We waht you to know how much we appreciate all you give each and every day and for providing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart.

God bless you and thank you

-- St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



Donna Freelund married George Freelund in 1981, blending their two families into one of 8 children. In 1982 they moved into the home Donna still lives in. George was a Korean war vet and built a Korean War Memorial in their backyard garden. He was a boat builder and a very skilled craftsman, creating many items that blend with the decor of their home.
Donna worked in the payroll department of a construction company but she mostly likes being a homemaker & being with family. She loves tending her garden which is a very big part of her life. Her garden has been featured in garden shows & magazines. She loves going to daily Mass & being a grandma to her 14 grandchildren.
Donna has been very busy helping in several ministries at St. Francis as well, including: funeral reception coordinator along with preparing food as necessary, ironing altar linens, counting money, helping with yard work, caregiver for 2 ladies for a number of years, sacristan, prepared meals for the priests before they had a regular cook, preparing food for the deanery luncheons, helping furnish the priest's residence, and she is a eucharistic minister. She helped make & deliver sandwiches for Lazerus Center & St.Martin de Porres. Donna is also a member of the 50+ group.
Donna's favorite ministry is funeral receptions. She likes it especially because of the people she works with. It gives her an opportunity to help people in need, making sure they are eating & staying hydrated. Donna says "we are blessed with certain talents and I better use them, we are the ones that get blessed when serving.
Donna, we want you to know how much we appreciate all you give each and every day. Thank you.
-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



Pat Cervenka:Pat was born in North Dakota and gained a teaching degree from St. Ben's in St. Cloud Minnesota. Pat met Stan Cervenka at a dance in Bachelor's Grove ND at the age of 18. Stan took a job at Boeing after being in the navy so they moved to Burien. Pat and her family found St. Francis and the many volunteer opportunities available here.
With 9 children in the house, she started helping with programs involving children. She taught pre-school and CCD. Pat has always been an advocate for women,teaching Marian studies for 7th and 8th grade girls. Many of the ministries were started by her because she was asked to help people in special situations. She did such a fine job that she was asked to repeat the work over and over and a new ministry was born. Some example of the work that she started and continues to do today are: meals after funeral services, remembrances for the deceased and holding vigils.
Other ministries include head of the Liturgy Committee and one of her greatest has been holding communion services when father is absent. Something she started doing in 1972 and is still offering it today. She was also one of the first laypersons to bring Communion to the hospital. It was a very moving and life changing event for her. It was then that she knew how to "let go" and feel comfortable doing the work God had chosen for her.
Pat was interviewed for the Progress in an article titled "Pat Keeps Talking". This article was later published in the Catholic Digest in June 1989.
Pat loves St. Francis because it "feels like home". Her advice to the community of St. Francis is to get involved with the ministries, start new ones.
Thank you Pat.
-- St Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council
 



The St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council Honors Phil and Lil Isernio
Phil and Lil Isernio have been members of St Francis parish since 1957. They have been married 59 years and have 3 boys, Phil, Dan, and Joe. They have 6 grandchildren ages 13 through 23.

Phil has been on the Facility Committee since it began. He has cared for the grounds for 20 years. He also served on Pastoral Council and delivers sandwiches once a month. He cares for Father Angelovic's patio at the rectory so that Father has a nice place to sit when he visits. He feels a sense of pride while caring for the church. “He likes the church and grounds to look good.”

Lil began her volunteer career while raising her boys. She wanted them to be a part of the parish community. She began by teaching the 2nd grade CCD for 10 years. She sings in the choir, is a Eucharistic minister and brings Communion to the homebound. She serves at daily Mass and leads the Rosary in October when Sister is gone. She purchases the candles, washes and irons the linens for the Altar. She volunteers at funeral receptions and provides desserts when asked. She makes sandwiches for the Lazarus Day Center. She straightens the books in the pews on Mondays and will clean anything that needs to be cleaned, anywhere. Service to others gives her such joy and she believes that is the way to ‘reach’ people. She has a very deep love for the Lord and says, “God has gifted me with the strength of sharing that love by truly caring for others.”

We honor Phil and Lil for their love, commitment and selfless giving to all at St Francis. From all of us, thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving and giving heart.
-- St. Francis Pastoral Council
 



Elizabeth Hanks.
Elizabeth was born & raised in our community. She is the 2nd of 10 children. She is a lifelong member of our parish & attended St Francis school. She has been married to Paul Hanks for 35 years. Paul himself is a very active parishioner, member of the Knights of Columbus, Sacristan, & Eucharistic Minister & has served on the finance council & choir. They have two children, Kenneth, & James, our new Youth Minister.
When Elizabeth started at the parish 11 years ago she was the administrative assistant at the front desk. She then moved to bookkeeper. In her current position Elizabeth provides support & strength to the St Francis parish by participating in several ministries including: Liturgy, RCIA, & Baptisms. She commented that "Being in charge of Liturgy" allows her to be involved with many parish ministries, due to their connection to the weekend Masses, such as sacraments, Sister Parish delegation, CYO, & Scout Sunday & the blessing of hats & scarves for Outreach, & various St Francis School Masses.
She was part of the parish delegation that visited our sister parish in El Salvador & is now a part of the "family to family" group that sponsors a child in our sister parish.
When asked what her favorite service was that she provides to the parish she said she "likes the connection she gets through working with people, the relationships that are developed with parishioners, getting to know what is going on in their lives. She is continually working on how to "be church" and not "do church."
We honor Elizabeth for her love, commitment & selfless giving to all. Thank you for providing the true spirit of God with a loving, giving heart.


-- St. Francis of Assisi Pastoral Council

 

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