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James White Funeral Home

24 South Keen Street
Clayton, AL 36016
(334) 775-8405
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Monday, June 19, 2017 - Wise County Messenger

Monday, June 19, 2017

Posted on June 19, 2017. SUSPECT CAUGHT – Clayton Harwell, 32, of Greenwood was arrested at a residence north of Greenwood Saturday night by Wise County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Department of Public Safety troopers, according to Sheriff Lane Akin. Officers had been searching for Harwell since he fled from a traffic stop last Tuesday in Montague County. According to Wise County Jail records, Harwell was arrested on a contempt of court charge. He remained in jail Monday morning.RAINFALL TOTALS – Storms passing through Wise County this morning brought rainfall totals of 0.65 of an inch in Alvord, 0.5 in Bridgeport, 0.3 in Greenwood and 0.27 in Decatur. The rain is expected to clear out this morning and give way to partly cloudy skies this afternoon with a high of 86 degrees.TOP HONORS – The Wise County Messenger received three first place awards at the Texas Press Association convention last week. Honors were for news writing, sports, and page design. The Messenger also won awards for column writing, headline writing, news p

Herbert "Herbie" E. Beal Jr - NRToday.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Herb is survived by his loving wife of, 66 years, Celia of Roseburg, OR; his daughter, Karen (Alan) Burns; granddaughter, Kourtney Burns, and her son, Clayton Kent, all of Florence, OR; grandson, Kenton Beal (Olivia) Burns of Beaverton, OR; his sister, Beverly LaClair; brother, Harlan (Judy) Beal all of Hutchinson, KS; and half-brother, Phil (Timi) Schrader of Kansas City, MO; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents; his step father, George Schrader; stepmother, Hattie Mae Beal; a sister, Betty Burnett; and a half-brother, Eddie Daryl Beal.Private cremational rites were held with Burns's Riverside Chapel Florence Funeral Home and Siuslaw Valley Crematory in charge of all arrangements. Herb will be inurned at Roseburg National Cemetery in Roseburg, OR, at a later date with private family services. In lieu of flowers give to a charity of your choice as Herb cared about people and family the most.

Obituary: Former Long Island Couple Die In Georgia Fire - Patch.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

Long Island natives Joseph Kneer, 71, and Phyllis Kneer, 77, both died on March 5 in a tragic fire at their home in Clayton, Georgia. They were both born on Long Island and raised their three daughters in Smithtown. They loved living by the ocean, going to the beach, and fishing on Joe’s boat. Photos from the house fire that claimed two lives in Rabun CountySTORY: https://t.co/TdjQYqp2Jppic.twitter.com/9LHVYXDmPA— FOX 5 Atlanta (@FOX5Atlanta) March 6, 2017In 1983 they relocated to Escondido, Calif., to their avocado ranch with mountain views. In the early 1990s they found Clayton, Georgia and fell in love with the dramatic beauty of the area.They loved to watch the seasons change on the mountainside across from their home in the woods. Joseph was born to Philip Kneer and Theresa (nee Ballings) Kneer in Astoria. He was a gifted mechanic, who grew up working in his dad’s Auto Repair shop. He owned Joe’s Auto Repair in New York and was the owner of Small Motor Repairs in Clayton. Joseph served in the Navy in the 1960s on the U.S.S. Shangri-La. He was generous, kind, and devoted to his wife and daughter

Death notices for Friday, March 17, 2017 - Daily Corinthian (subscription)

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Friday at the funeral home.Mrs. McAnally died Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at Tishomingo Manor Nursing Home in Iuka. Jeremy SmithRIENZI — Funeral services for Jeremy Clayton Smith, 26, are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at Magnolia Funeral Home Chapel of Memories. Burial will be at Kemps Chapel Cemetery in Rienzi. Visitation will be from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday, March 17, and from 10 a.m. until service time Saturday, at the funeral home.Mr. Smith died Wednesday, March 15, 2017, in Rienzi.

Karen Gene Poole – Obituary - The Vienna TImes

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Noble (his wife, Mary Jane) White of Buncombe, Eric (his wife, Tracy) White of Buncombe and Lana (her wife, Lorna Gampon) White of Lakewood, California; 7 grandchildren – Clayton White of Buncombe, Kayla (her husband, Kyle) Moll of Mascoutah, Casey (her husband, Grant) Bauman of Vienna, Katie White of Buncombe, Brittany Sadler of Buncombe, Brooke (her husband, Bo) Vinson of Vienna; and Stephen Sadler of Buncombe; 5 great grandchildren – Hadley Jane Bauman, Kolten Noble Moll, Emmy Vinson, Braedon Hurst, Keaton Vinson; 3 sisters – Kate Higgs of Altamont, Kathy Richter of Troy, and Kim (her husband, Jason) Gossett of Salem; a brother – Harry “Butch” (his wife, Diane) Claar of Effingham; nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and many dear friends. Karen was also anticipating the upcoming birth of two additional great grandchildren in the near future.In addition to her parents and husband, Karen was preceded in death by: a son – Jeffery White and 2 brothers-in-law – Herb Higgs and Ron Richter.Karen was a skilled seamstress and had been employed by Lee’s Fashion World in Vienna, Intuitions in Carbondale and the Rusty Spur in Marion.Karen was a member of the Cypress United Methodist Church. She cherished the love of family and friends. She particularly enjoyed the company of her dear friends and neighbors at the Autumn Ridge Supportive Living Center in Vienna. Karen is fondly remembered for her zest for life and bringing life and happiness to all those she came into contact with. For many years, Karen and Homer enjoyed traveling extensively. They had the privilege of visiting much of the United States, as well as Canada and Mexico, in their travels. Ka

Long Beach remembers a surfing legend - liherald.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

As surfing progressed, it never really passed him by.”Hundreds of friends and family members attended funeral services for Ward last month, which was followed by a memorial paddle-out on March 25 at Clayton Avenue beach in East Atlantic Beach, where Ward lived. There was also a paddle-out in the Puerto Rican surf spot Marias last month.“It was amazing — there was a phenomenal turnout,” Shane said of the local memorial. “For what could have been a somber day, we celebrated as he would have wanted. He was an integral part of the surfing community. I’m sure every surfer from Long Beach has some sort of story about him.”“He surfed the hurricane swells and was always out there for the big East Coast waves,” added Cliff Skudin, co-owner of Skudin Surf. “He was always about having fun in the water and sharing waves with others. He really brought good vibes.”Ward is survived by his children, Shane and Kaysi; brothers Mikey and Gary; a sister, Joyce; and his mother, Gaye.  Ward, who would have turned 58 on April 26, died while surfing in the Rincon area, possibly from a heart attack, though a cause of death has yet to be determined, family and friends said. According to Surfline, those who were with him attempted to give him first aid under extreme conditions, and stayed with him until a Coast Guard helicopter arrived.“He was the picture of fitness,” said Shane, who grew up surfing with his dad. “It was sudden, and it sucked because no one got to say goodbye to him. He was surfing one his favorite waves in the world and he was surfing good.”Ward was a lifelong Long Beach resident and a Long Beach High graduate. He played soccer in high school and at Ulster County Community College, where he won a national championship, Kaysi said. He went on to coach soccer for the Long Beach Lightning Bolts and at the Recreation Center after his children were born. “He was a really good coach, and he loved coaching kids and making people better, whether it was surfing or soccer,” Kaysi said. Ward was friendly and approachable, according to family and friends, but often “told it like it is.”“He had that ability to motivate and inspire people,” Kaysi said. “I played soccer in college at Towson, and definitely wouldn’t have if it weren’t for my dad. He never let me keep my participation ribbons as a kid — he wasn’t a believer

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James Clayton Eugene Hovre - La Crosse Tribune

Saturday, June 10, 2017

ETTRICK -- James Clayton Eugene Hovre, 88, of Ettrick died Wednesday, June 7, 2017, in his home.James was born June 29, 1928, in rural Ettrick to Eddie and Celia (Hoff) Hovre. He married Milda Gilbertson Nov. 13, 1954, in Winona, Minn. Milda preceded Jim in death June 23, 1968. James later married Vicki Hestekind June 24, 1989, in the French Creek Lutheran Church in rural Ettrick.After graduation from Galesville High School in 1947, he was a dairy farmer in the French Creek area finally settling in Iduna, where he raised Registered Holstein cattle. He was quite proud of his cattle and the family was very active in showing Registered Holsteins, Duroc hogs and beef cattle.He continued dairy farming until 1992, at which time he retired to his next life chapter, raising and breeding Norwegian Fjord horses, developing blood lines from Norway which are known across the U.S.James was active at various times in the French Creek Lutheran Church Council, Farm Bureau Board, Registered Holstein Association, Sons o

Groves, Sean Clayton - Southern Maryland Online

Monday, May 01, 2017

Sean Clayton Groves, 23, of Chesapeake Beach, MD passed away April 26, 2017. He was born May 23, 1993 in Clinton, MD to Vickie L. McCan and Ernest C. Groves. Sean was raised in Calvert County and graduated from Huntingtown High in 2012. He was employed as a pipefitter with local Union #669.Sean was a compassionate person who loved everyone and all animals. He was always smiling and would make bad time better for family and friends. He enjoyed playing and watching all sports especially football.Surviving are his parents Vickie L. McCan of Chesapeake Beach, MD and Ernest C. Groves of St. Leonard, MD; sister Jacquelene E.A. Groves of Chesapeake Beach, MD; brothers Michael R. McCan and Jerett L. Groves of Chesapeake Beach, MD and Ernest F. Groves of Friendship, MD; grandparents Dennis and Barbara Scruggs of Sterling, VA; aunt Tanya E. Gott of Lothian, MD; uncles Phillip C. McCan, Jr. of Chesapeake Beach, MD and James K. Groves of Stafford, VA as well as other aunts and uncles. Arrangements by R

Raymond Cormier

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Duhon Funeral Home Chapel in Crowley for Raymond Lester Cormier, Sr., who passed away on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 12:48 a.m. AT The Care Center in Baton Rouge.Br. Milton Rushing, Pastor of Clayton Pentecostal Church in Clayton will be officiating for the services. Burial will be in Abshire Cemetery in Rural Kaplan.The family has requested the visitation to be held on Friday, April 7, 2017 at 10:00 A.M. until time of services all in the Funeral Home Chapel in Crowley.Survivors include five daughters, Margaret Olinde of Baton Rouge, Gloria and husband, Tom Mott of Jonesville, Vanessa Mitchell of Youngsville, Susan and husband, Charles Stephens of Denham Springs, Amanda Cormier of Broussard; seven sons, Percy and wife, Barbara Cormier of Livonia, Glenn and wife Barbara Cormier of Baton Rouge, Ronald Cormier of Church Point, Charles Cormier of Church Point, Chad and wife, Stephanie Cormier of Rayne, Raymond Lester Cormier, Jr. of Church Point and Albert Cormier of Abbeville; Two sister, Ruby Romero of Denham Springs and Marie Matson of Paradise, CA; thirty five grandchildren and seventy three great-grandchildren.Mr. Lester was preceded in death by his wife, Stella Cormier; one son, Hilton Louis “Butch” Cormier, and five infant children; two g

John Clayton Sanders - March 26, 2017 - The Daily Post-Athenian

Monday, April 03, 2017

John Clayton Sanders, 98, of Decatur, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, March 26, 2017, at his home.He was a member of Elk Creek Baptist Church in Cumberland City. He was a former Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America and a life member of VFW of Harriman Post 6598. He served in World War II from 1941 to 1945 and was awarded the European African Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon, six Battle Stars, the American Defense Service Ribbon, the Good Conduct Medal and the Purple Heart.John was a son of the late Harold C. and Dora Williamson Sanders. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Olene Sanders; two brothers, Charles W. Sanders and Clarence Boyce Sanders; one sister, Dora Dean McCart; and one grandchild, Sherry Sanders.Survivors include his sons, Harold A. Sanders of Cumberland City, Charles A. Sanders of Riceville, and John A. Sanders of Decatur; one daughter, Vickie D. Sanders Scherzer of Spring City; two brothers, Ray Sanders and William "Bill" Sanders; six grandchildren; 1