Sr. Margaretta was born to Milton and Hedwig (nee: Poppe) Black in Chicago, Illinois where the family resided until she was three, and they moved to Indianapolis where she graduated from St. Joan of Arc School and St. Mary Academy. Margaretta often recalled her daily walks to school, Saturday movie matinees for 10 cents, streetcar rides to town, and victory gardens among her favorite childhood memories. The daughter of a German mother and first-generation father dedicated much of her life to education and was a graduate of Marian University, University of Cincinnati, Case Western Reserve University and the University of Wisconsin where she earned her doctorate degree.Margaretta taught in the Catholic elementary schools for eight years after which time she moved to the high school level, teaching French, religion and history. Shortly thereafter she began her thirty nine years of ministry at Marian University serving in such roles as French Professor, Academic Dean, Project Manager, Chair of the Language Department and Director of Study Abroad. She also served on the Marian University Board of Trustees as secretary and later as a member of the Board.Many speak of Margaretta as a gentle soul, purposeful, quick wit, and appreciation of flowers and beauty. She liked to knit, sew, crochet and cook. She loved the theatre, opera, country music and singing in the choir. Visiting her Chicago cousins brought special joy. Sipping a cup of hot tea, while reading a French novel, was a delight. She was creative, a woman with a brilliant mind, prayerful, peaceful, private, and a very loving person.In reflecting upon her life, the Franciscan noted, “It has been a wondrous process of learning and living the evangelical life. It has meant ministry through teaching and counseling, in music and in leadership positions. It has given me a religious family rich in talent, irritatingly human, and delightfully solid.” In her later weeks of earthly life, Margaretta faced her human condition and spoke of going to her eternal home, her union with God. She was ready to be called. For God says, “Welcome home! You are precious in my eyes and glorious and I love you.” She is survived by cousins and preceded in death by her parents. Visitation is Tuesday, September 5th, from 1 – 3 p.m. at the convent chapel in Oldenburg. Funeral services follow at 3 p.m. with Rev. Bill Turner officiating. Memorials may be made to the Srs. of St. Francis, P.O. Box 100, Oldenburg, IN, 47036 (www.OldenburgFranciscans.org). Weigel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Real Madrid’s transfer budget for the coming year has been revealed after club delegates met to approve the club’s financial accounts – with a plan in place to try and lure Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain.News of the war chest at Zinedine Zidane’s disposal comes only a few weeks since the end of the summer transfer window, a period which saw Los Blancos splash out just shy of a whopping £280m.Nevertheless, despite the significant outlay, there still appears to be plenty of money in the bank after AS disclosed the details of the aforementioned financial accounts. While the cash parted with was significant, the club did also recoup money to the tune of £117m by selling fringe stars such as Mateo Kovacic and Marcos Llorente. All in all though, the Spanish publication report that € 156m (£139m) is available to the club in liquid assets, while a further € 285m (£254m) is available in credit. The credit in question is a loan which Madrid have been offered that bears highly favourable interest rates and conditions, should they be willing to splash out on any large-scale investment. This credit is separate from the loan arrangement the club have in place to redevelop their Santiago Bernabeu stadium.With a wealth of funding made available to Zidane to invest, it opens the door for Los Blancos to make a big-money ‘Galactico’ addition next year. AS claim the player in question is almost certainly Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain, who they state would be easily affordable with only the player’s willingness the necessary hurdle to overcome.It seems as if Madrid have a plan in motion to make the deal achievable , by trying to persuade Mbappe not to renew his current deal with PSG which runs out in June 2022.In doing so, the French outfit would then be obliged to either offer him a new deal, or sell him before he runs down his contract which finishes in J une 2022. That would mean that next summer, the French club would be obliged to offer him a new deal or sell him before he is able to run down his contract and eventually leave on a free – a move that would allow Madrid to pounce.Neymar is also mentioned, but that could prove problematic due to the player’s desire to return to Barcelona over their La Liga rivals, coupled with growing injury concerns over the Brazilian, leaving Mbappe as the primary target. Kylian Mbappe,
18. Newcastle have had 10.4 shots per game and scored 26 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 20. West Brom have had an average 9.8 shots per game and have scored 23 goals in the 2015/16 Premier League season – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see where your club ranks – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 19. Sunderland have had 10.3 shots per game and have scored 30 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 4. Arsenal have had 15 shots per game and scored 39 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 5. West Ham have had 13.9 shots per game and scored 38 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 19 3. Liverpool have had 16.3 shots per game and scored 32 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES Who has the most lethal attack in the Premier League?Top scoring Premier League players:Jamie Vardy (Leicester): 18 goalsRomelu Lukaku (Everton): 16 goalsHarry Kane (Tottenham): 15 goalsSergio Aguero (Man City): 14 goalsOdion Ighalo (Watford): 14 goalsRiyad Mahrez (Leicester): 14 goalsHere, talkSPORT looks at the teams with the most shots per game and the goals they have scored this season.REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATESStats courtesy of WhoScored.com and correct as of 9 February, 2016. 19 Joint 15. Stoke (24 goals scored) and Aston Villa (20 goals scored) have had 10.8 shots per game – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 9. Leicester have had 13.3 shots per game and scored 47 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 2. Tottenham have had 16.7 shots per game and scored 45 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 12. Swansea have had 11.8 shots per game and scored 24 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 11. Crystal Palace have had 12 shots per game and scored 26 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 7. Southampton have had 13.6 shots per game and scored 33 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 14. Watford have had 11.5 shots per game and scored 27 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 13. Man United have had 11.6 shots per game and scored 32 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 19 19 8. Everton have had 13.4 shots per game and scored 46 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 6. Chelsea have had 13.8 shots per game and scored 33 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 19 19 19 17. Norwich have had 10.7 shots per game and scored 28 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 19 19 19 19 10. Bournemouth have had 12.6 shots per game and scored 29 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES 19 1. Man City have had 17.2 shots per game and scored 47 goals – REVEALED: BEST AND WORST PASS SUCCESS RATES