Carl Johnson (April 13, 2018)
Funeral Mass will be held Monday, April 16, 2018 at 11 a.m. in the church.
Dunn Funeral Home obituary

Jesus Benito Trevino (January 3, 2018)
Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, April 13, 2018 at 11 a.m. in the church.
Burial at 2 p.m. at St. Louis Cemetery, Custar, Ohio

Jesus Benito Trevino, 76, of Hidalgo, TX passed away on January 3, 2018.  Jesus was born in McAllen, Texas, to Jose and Maria (Garcia) Trevino.

Jesus is survived by brothers: Anacleto and Miguel of Weston; Jose Jr. and Francisco of San Antonio, Texas; Guadalupe of Alamo, Texas; Juan of Converse, Texas; Pedro of Clear Water, Florida; Joaquin of North Baltimore; and Martin of Pennsylvania.  Sisters: Maria (Trevino) Ybanes of Weston; Juanita (Trevino) Ybanes of Bowling Green; Felicitas (Trevino) Jackson of Holland; Teresa Trevino of St. Petersburg; Maria Guadalupe Trevino of Texas; and Martina Trevino of Vermilion.

Jesus was preceded in death by his wife, Evelyn (Rider) Trevino; his children Jose, Santiago, Maria, Rita, Nieves, Jesus Jr., Carlos, and Santos; and by his parents Jose and Maria Trevino; his sister Petra (Trevino) Castro; and brothers Rosendo and Pablo Trevino.

Frequently Asked Questions about Funerals

A staff member will meet with the family to plan the funeral Mass liturgy. A priest or a deacon can also facilitate a scripture or a rosary service at the funeral home during visitation services. A funeral team will be present at the Funeral Mass to offer assistance where needed. A funeral luncheon is provided by a team of volunteers upon request.
There is never a charge for any Sacrament in the church or the service of a priest. It is customary, however, to charge a fee for the use of the church buildings and to help offset the operating expenses surrounding the funeral. The fee is also inclusive of the organist and cantor.
When a parishioner dies, the funeral home will contact the parish office or the priest to check on availability of the church and priest.
Parishioners are always welcome to pre-plan a funeral Mass liturgy with a member of our staff. Call the parish office to set up a meeting.
Ordinarily this means that the ‘celebration of life’ is in the context of a Mass held in a Catholic church. If a Mass is not desired by the family, a funeral service can be presided by a priest or a deacon, typically at the funeral home.
The definite preference of the church is for burial of the body. However, since 1963 cremation has been permitted. The church strongly prefers that cremation take place after the full funeral liturgy with the body.