Rev. Carl J. Manternach, 91, of Dubuque, formerly of Monticello passed away Friday, Jan. 8, at Stonehill Franciscan Services.

A private Mass of Christian Burial will be live-streamed on Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Facebook page at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12. Archbishop Michael Jackels will officiate and Rev. Paul Baldwin will concelebrate, along with priests of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. Burial will be at Sacred Heart Cemetery. Kramer Funeral Home is helping with the arrangements.

Carl was born May 14, 1929, in Monticello, the son of George and Clara (Kurt) Manternach. He graduated from Sacred Heart High School, Monticello, and Loras College. His theological training was at Mount St. Bernard Seminary in Dubuque. Carl was ordained Feb. 5, 1955, at Christ the King Chapel, Loras College.

His first assignment was as an associate at St. Joseph, New Albin, for a short time before being named associate pastor at St. Boniface, New Vienna, 1955-1957; Holy Ghost, Dubuque, 1957-1962; St. Peter, New Haven, 1962-1963; St. Patrick, Anamosa, 1963-1968; St. Mary’s, Guttenberg, 1968-1969; St. Joseph, Marion, 1969-1971; SS Peter and Paul, Gilbert, 1971-1976; St. Mary’s, Williams, 1973-1974; Immaculate Conception, Lansing, 1976-1980; Visitation, Stacyville, 1980-1990; Sacred Heart, Meyer and St. Mel’s, McIntire, 1987-1990; St. John the Baptist, Peosta, Holy Family and New Melleray, 1990-1999. He retired to his hometown of Monticello and served the parish of St. Patrick in Anamosa.

Survivors include his siblings: Paul Manternach of Cedar Rapids, Jim Manternach and Bernard (Anna) Manternach, both of Monticello, Ruth Ahart of Dow City, Mary (George) Whalen of Carson City, Nev. and Joyce (Rich) Lynch of Cascade; and sister-in-law, Betty Manternach of Monticello.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister in infancy, Joan; a brother, Melvin Manternach; in-laws Elodie and Shirley Manternach and Emmett (Mike) Ahart.

Memorials are preferred to Sacred Heart School in Monticello.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.kramerfuneral.com. Cards and memorials may be sent to the family in care of Kramer Funeral Home, PO Box 791, Monticello, IA 52310-0791.