Gerry Stockhausen, SJ – Eulogy by his brother, Andy [2]

The Wake & Funeral of Fr. Gerard L. Stockhausen, SJ – January 16, 2016 [2]

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After a prayer and 30 minutes of sharing stories and before the funeral liturgy, Andy Stockhausen spoke about his relationship with his youngest brother, Gerry. And he told about Gerry’s bout with a very rare form of leukemia, his bone marrow transplant, his hope, and the months leading up to his death.

This is the second of five posts from Stock’s wake and funeral Mass.

1 Comment

  1. Madonna Braun says:

    Thank you, Roc. Thank you, Andy. I know how hard this time was for all of you.
    I was not able to come to Milwaukee for the funeral, so this is appreciated more than you know.


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