Sr. Geraldine Power, age 99 of the Srs. of St. Francis in Oldenburg, died Friday, February 16, 2018 at the convent. Born July 3, 1918 in Suttons Bay, Michigan, she is the daughter of Ruth (Nee: Steimel) and Harold Power. Her father died suddenly of a heart attack at age 28, and her mother would later marry Harry Dearing Sr., and the family would move to Indianapolis. She entered the convent September 8, 1935 and made her vows July 2, 1941.After graduating from St. Mary Academy in 1935, Geraldine entered the Oldenburg Franciscans and moved to the convent and began her teaching career in Dayton, Ohio. Her 32-year teaching career included schools in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri when she asked to leave religious life in 1967. She continued teaching in the Indianapolis public school system until 1976 when she felt called to return to Suttons Bay, Michigan to care for her uncle. While in Michigan Geraldine continued teaching in Catholic schools in Traverse City until 1978 when she was in a near-fatal accident. After regaining her health, she was unable to teach on a full-time basis, and began working part-time at various jobs including as a pastoral minister, volunteer with the Michigan Migrant Program, as a Probate Court Volunteer for teenagers in trouble, and with the Traverse City State Hospital as a counselor.Following the death of her uncle in 1984, Geraldine began to consider returning to the Oldenburg Franciscans. In 1993 she made the transition back to religious life, and ministered as a Bibliotherapist providing library resources to the Sisters residing at the Motherhouse until her retirement. Geraldine summarized her life by saying, “As I enter the sunset of my life, I can see what blessings have been mine at every turn. Difficulties along the way have each one led me to this time. I am ready to move into the light and come to my Lord Jesus.”She is survived by nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and step father, she is also preceded in death by sister Victoria Power; step sister Ruth Gray and step brothers Harry Jr., Victor, George, Frank, Patrick and John Dearing. Visitation is Tuesday, February 20th, from 1 – 3 p.m. at the convent. Funeral services follow with at 3 p.m. with Rev. John Geis officiating. Burial will be in the convent cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Srs. of St. Francis, P.O. Box 100, Oldenburg, Indiana, 47036 (www.OldenburgFranciscans.org). Weigel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Nearly a week on from the capitulation, Van Persie is still at a loss to explain how United failed to win the match, which they led 3-1 thanks to his first goal of the season, and strikes from Angel di Maria and Ander Herrera. “It shouldn’t be possible, but it still happened,” Van Persie told Fox Sports ahead of Saturday’s home game against West Ham. “So we have to deal with it. We had a proper look at it the next day. “Sometimes it was a bit confronting. “It was a really good meeting as everyone spoke up and shared their feelings. “It was a long meeting, one hour or something meeting, but we went from there, started again this week and a couple of really good sessions in and everyone feels ready to face West Ham.” Spirits were high before the start of the season following United’s successful tour of the United States, but Van Gaal has endured a poor start to life in England. The former Ajax and Bayern Munich manager has recorded just one win so far, against relegation candidates QPR. Manager Louis van Gaal was unhappy with his team’s performance at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, where they conceded four goals in the last 28 minutes, and told his squad to meet for a detailed debrief 24 hours later. Van Persie said “confronting” views were exchanged during the meeting, which he feels was beneficial to the squad as they look to improve following their worst start to a Premier League campaign. Manchester United held a deep hour-long inquest into their dismal 5-3 defeat to Leicester, Robin van Persie has revealed. Defeat to West Ham would raise further questions about Van Gaal’s ability to take United back into the Champions League, but Van Persie is sure his fellow Dutchman is the right man to revive the club’s fortunes following the failures of David Moyes’ reign. “I think his numbers speak for themselves, he has had success everywhere he has managed,” said Van Persie, who captained Holland under Van Gaal at the World Cup. “And everyone believes in his philosophy as well. “If you look at the players we have now, the staff, the stadium, and the fans, I am very confident for the future.” Much to Van Gaal’s dismay, he has been hit by an injury crisis ahead of the visit of Sam Allardyce’s side. Summer signing Marcos Rojo is United’s only fit centre-back as Jonny Evans, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling are injured while Tyler Blackett is missing through suspension. Teenage defender Paddy McNair could make his first-team debut on Saturday and l eft-back Luke Shaw is expected to make his debut, following his arrival from Southampton this summer. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has warned Ravel Morrison his loan spell at Cardiff is his last chance to prove he is worthy of a future at Upton Park. The 21-year-old has moved to south Wales for three months having played just 33 minutes in the Premier League so far this season. Morrison, who is currently on bail until the new year on assault charges, tweeted ahead of the move that his talent was going unnoticed in east London. “I got no ratings off people in the club not the club itself just people in it,” he wrote before later adding: “I’ve got 0% ratings at West Ham.” After moving from Manchester United, where he was originally considered a marvellous prospect, Morrison has spent time at Birmingham and QPR whilst being used sparingly when available to Allardyce. And now the England Under-21 midfielder appears to be in the last-chance saloon with his manager. “He can go and play some football and see if he can get regular first team football and we can keep him an eye on him,” Allardyce said in explaining the loan to the Sky Bet Championship side. “And then in and around Christmas time we have to make a decision regarding Rav because he’s coming into the last year of his contract now. “It’s not that he has to impress me as a footballer, we know about his talent. It’s about playing the talent and himself to a disciplined life in general, is what needs to happen with Rav. If that happens we’d want him here.” West Ham will be without midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate. The Senegal international has been ruled out with a groin injury suffered in the 3-1 win over Liverpool and could be missing for up to six weeks. Captain Kevin Nolan is back in training following a fractured shoulder but will not be considered at Old Trafford, whilst Matt Jarvis (thigh) is in a similar position. Joey O’Brien (knee) and Andy Carroll (ankle) are also missing but James Collins is in contention to start after coming off the bench last weekend. Press Association
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