Those who have gone before us with the sign of faith and rest

We've lost a bit of contact when we're not all together at mass every week. And we may have missed that one of our brothers or sisters has passed. We're going to try to keep current on this page.

Please take a moment to remember those we lost.


Name of loved one to remember Say something about this person Anything you wish to add Service Details
Trevor Quinn

Trevor was an amazing young man who was very talented and had a brilliant mind. He was so much fun to be around and touched the lives of all who knew him. He will be greatly missed.

James Hemler

My husband passed from the COVID on April 4, 2020. We were not able to see him in the ICU. Jim died alone, but peacefully. He was a faithful member of St. Anselm’s, and a graduate of The University of Norte Dame. Jim was the father of 3 children and grandfather of 6 grandchildren. He is terribly missed by his family and friends.

Please pray for him.  
Mary Sandra Ericsson

A kind, loving, giving person always putting others before herself.

Debbie Botticelli suffered with Leukemia    
Thomas Barrett

Drew was Full of life, a great Father to our daughter, an excellent Chef , loved golf, & a family man to the end. Dallas Cowboys #1 Fan..We miss his sense of humor and we hoped for a second chance.. Until then Drew, pls watch over us. We love & miss you..❤️

Daniel Gaughran

passed away on 3/21/2021

  Friday March 26, 10am.
Sandra Zambrotta


  Saturday April 24, 11am
Frank Randazzo


  Monday April 19, 10am
Barbara Springer
Barbara Springer, (who was a choir member) passed away on Feb. 13th, 2021.
  July 13, 10am
Jim Hemler

Possibly St. Anselm's first Covid victim.

  July 23, 10am
Joan Battle

Beautiful person and member of St. Anselm's Choir. Rest In Peace. Joan

Marian Florio

Passed away August 9th at 99 years of age.

  August 18, 10:30am
Kathleen Geren

Long standing parishioner, avid gardner, artist

  September 21, 11am

For those who would like to add to this list, please click this link and we will update the page within 24 hours.

To read Bishop O'Connell's message for Covid remembrance, click here.