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Agee Charles E Funeral Director

6508 Charingwood Drive North
Mobile, AL 36695
(251) 661-0773
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Ascension Funeral Service

1016 Hillcrest Road
Mobile, AL 36695
(251) 634-8055
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Azalea Bay Area Funeral Service

352 State Street
Mobile, AL 36603
(251) 438-4779
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Belmany J Robert Funeral Director

6110 Grelot Road
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 344-0723
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Catholic Archdiocese of Mobile Cemetery

1700 Drive Martin L King Jr
Mobile, AL 36601
(251) 479-5305
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Christian Benevolent Funeral Home Inc

201 North Hamilton Street
Mobile, AL 36603
(251) 432-6528
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225 Springhill Memorial
Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 460-0910
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Friends of Magnolia Cemetery Inc

1202 Virginia Street
Mobile, AL 36604
(251) 432-8672
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Gethsemane Cemetery Inc

800 Mobile Street
Mobile, AL 36617
(251) 456-6528
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Gilmer's Funeral Services

690 Zeigler Circle West
Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 639-1272
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Hodge's Funeral Chapel

701 Drive Martin L King Jr
Mobile, AL
(251) 438-1659
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Jackson Funeral Directors

271 Cody Road North
Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 344-2800
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Lovett's Funeral Chapel

402 Drive Martin L King Jr
Mobile, AL
(251) 432-3665
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Magnolia Funeral Home of Mobile

5817 Grelot Road
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 341-5000
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Mobile Memorial Gardens Funeral Home

6040 Three Notch Road
Mobile, AL 36619
(251) 661-7700
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Pine Crest Cemeteries Funeral Home and Crematory

1939 Dauphin Island Parkway
Mobile, AL 36605
(251) 478-5227
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Pine Crest Cemeteries Funeral Home and Crematory West Location

1599 Snow Road South
Mobile, AL 36695
(251) 633-3342
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Radney Belmany Funeral Home

6110 Grelot Road
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 344-0723
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Radney Funeral Home

3155 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36606
(251) 479-4547
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Serenity Funeral Home

8663 Old Pascagoula Rd
Mobile, AL 36619
(251) 653-4781
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Serenity Memorial Gardens

8951 Old Pascagoula Road
Mobile, AL 36582
(251) 653-7224
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Simplicity Plan Prearranged Funerals

1939 Dauphin Island Parkway
Mobile, AL 36605
(251) 478-5227
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Small's Mortuary Inc and Cremation Services

950 South Broad Street
Mobile, AL 36603
(251) 431-0559
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Small’S Mortuary Chapel

950 South Broad Street
Mobile, AL 36603
(251) 431-0559
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Wilson Annex of Whistler and Wolf Ridge Cemeteries

3930 Moffett Road
Mobile, AL 36618
(251) 344-6571
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Mobile AL Obituaries and Death Notices

Harry Migues - The Daily Iberian

Monday, June 19, 2017

Ferguson of Watson; nine grandchildren: Michael Ferguson and wife Stacy of Newtan, Georgia, Amy Ferguson of Watson, Robin Clark of Lydia, Eddie Ferguson and wife Shannon of Norco, Kelly Johnson of Mobile, Alabama, Nellie Migues of New Iberia, Paige Melancon and husband Justin of Lydia, Staci Delahoussaye and husband Johnathan of Lydia, and Matt Migues and wife Jennifer of New Iberia; 23 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.Mr. Migues was preceded in death by his wife of 60 years Una B. Migues; his parents: Alcide Migues and Leah Louviere Migues; his daughter: Wanda L. Ferguson; his grandson: Keith Miller; his brother: Morris Migues; his sisters: Vernice Meyers and Frances Osbolt.Pallbearers will be Randy Migues, Mark Migues, Michael Ferguson, Eddie Ferguson, Robert Johnson, and Matt Migues. Honorary Pallbearers will be Amy Ferguson, Robin Clark, Nellie Migues, Paige Melancon, Kelly Johnson and Staci Delahoussaye.The family would like to thank Dr. Hankenhof, Acadiana Hospice and all of the staff, his nurses that helped care for him, especially Cookie, for all of the compassionate care given to Mr. Migues and his family.Evangeline Funeral Homes, Inc. of New Iberia is in charge of arrangements.

Donna Henderson - Carroll County News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Arkansas where she helped her husband raised chickens for Tyson for five years. From 2003 to the day of her passing, she worked alongside her daughter, Darla, in the office of Bedford Falls Mobile Home Park, taking care of residents needs and would always joke and gossip with them.You never knew what she was going to say when you walked in the door.When she was younger, Donna enjoyed bowling. She loved spending time at the lake with family and friends where she loved to take pontoon rides, tell jokes, banter with her late husband making everyone laugh, and complain if she had too cook or clean. She hardly ever missed a basketball or baseball game when her grandsons Caleb, Hunter and Dulyn played, she volunteered to help when her granddaughter Lara and grandson Dalton participated in their Special Olyumpic events and loved to watch her granddaughter Abigail do beauty pageants. Donna’s all-time favorite was watching the St. Louis Cardinals play ball. No matter where she was, she either had them on the TV or had her phone set to receive updates from the team and the games. She spent the last of her days lounging with her dogs Tommy, Gerri and Mickey and binge watching shows on Netflix.She was preceded in death by her husband, David Leslie Henderson; her father, Elmer Jacob Ellebrecht; father-in-law, James Marlin Henderson; and mother-in-law, Mildred Ella (VanHorn) Henderson.She is survived by her mother, Faith Mary Ellebrecht of Missouri; brother, Edward Erwin Ellebrecht and wife Sue of Missouri; brother, Harvey Elmer Ellebrecht and wife Maury of Missouri; sister, Chrystel Ellebrecht of Arkansas; her three children, daughter, Darla Lesley Lucas and husband Dennis, daughter, Denise Lynn Matson and husband Steve; son, David Lane Henderson, all of Berryville Ark.; her seven grandchildren, Bradley Lucas and wife Stephany of Fayetteville Ark., Lara Lucas, Caleb Lucas, Dalton Matson, Abigail Lucas, Hunter Matson and Dulyn Matson, all of Berryville Ark.; her brother-in-law, Marlin (Sonny) Henderson and wife Carol of Florida; brother-in-law, John Eugene Henderson and wife Davalyn of Missouri; brother-in-law, Robert Samuel Henderson and wife Anne of Missouri; sister-in-law, Barbara Jean Dake and late husband Gary of Missouri; sister-in-law, Debbie Ann Deadrick and husband Robert of Arizona; and many loving cousins, nieces, nephews and a host of long-time friends.Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to Smith Family Funeral Home of Green Forest, Ark.On line condolences ca

Steven W. Wilhoft - Parsons Sun

Monday, May 01, 2017

Steven W. Wilhoft, 58, of Parsons died early Tuesday evening from injuries received in an automobile accident.Steve was born July 22, 1958, in Denver to Frederick J. Wilhoft Jr. and Terry A. (McNassor) Wilhoft. He attended elementary school in Brighton, Colorado, and graduated in 1976 from Ranum High School in Denver. He earned a business degree from Ottawa University, Ottawa. Steve graduated from Washburn University School of Law in 1992.In 1985 Steve married Karissa J. Bartlett at First Christian Church, St. Francis. They have three children.Steve’s career began with the Law Office of Richard Tucker in Parsons. He later opened his own private practice. He served as Labette County attorney from 2000 to 2007, when he became an assistant attorney general for the state of Kansas, working as a part of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation Southeast Kansas Drug Task Force. He remained in this position until his passing. In March he was the first recipient of the Drug Prosecutor of the Year Award through the Kansas Narcotics Officers Association.Steve served as an elder at Trinity Luth

Brupbacher - St. Charles Herald Guide

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

March 30 at 10:16 am   Mobile Reader Print  Ben Brupbacher, 93, died peacefully at his home on Saturday March 26. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Lois Weil Brupbacher, their four children, Mary Antonini,(Larry), Leslie Kramer (Bill), Chris Brupbacher (Neci) and Ellen Addison (Jay). Grandfather to Jonathan Kramer (Aimee), Katie Marcel (Jay), Benjamin Kramer, Christopher & Jacob Brupbacher. Great-grandfather to Clark, Lila and Coen Kramer and Dylan Marcel.  He is also survived by his sister Elsie Martinez and Daniel J. Brupbacher (Alice) his brother. He was preceded in death by his parents, Benjamin and Geraldine Brupbacher, sister Helen Callaghan(Bill) , his grandsons Cyrus L. Barker and Justin Addison.An engineering prodigy, Ben graduated valedictorian from Warren Easton Senior High and received a full scholarship to Tulane University where he graduated first in his class in Mechanical Engineering.  He joined the Sea-bees as a Lieutenant and se

Obituary: David F. O'Connor, 67 -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Stacey and Jenn.Born May 17,1949 to the late Thomas J. and Violet A. Moran O'Connor Sr., David attended school in New Haven and went on to become a Master Automobile Mechanic for over forty years in Connecticut and New Jersey. A proud Irishman, quick with a smile, his friendship and generosity. Left to cherish his memory are his sisters and brothers, Katherine L. Eastman, Thomas J. (Lisa) O'Connor Jr., Robert E. O'Connor, Maureen E. (Bob) Golia, Dennis J. (Carol) O'Connor and Daniel J. (Cheryl) O'Connor, brother and sister in law Mark and Sharon Peel, brother in law Brian Peel and a host of nieces and nephews, family and friends. David was predeceased by his dear sister Eileen A. O'Connor. Till we meet again Dear Brother, REST IN PEACE.Funeral from Sisk Brothers Funeral Home, 3105 Whitney Ave., Hamden, Friday morning at 9:15. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Mary Church, Branford at 10:00. Burial will follow in St. Lawrence Cemetery, West Haven. Calling hours at the funeral home will be Thursday from 4 - 8 pm. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 6931 Arlington Rd., 2nd Floor, Bethesda, MD 20814.To leave online condolences, visit Sisk Brothers Funeral Home here.Image via Shutterstock Get free real-time news alerts from the Hamden Patch.

No bond for man involved in accident that killed three, injured ... - The Sun Herald

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Lucedale.Also in the car were Jody Baxter, 21; Demi Ferguson, 7, and Jackie Dixon, 39. Baxter and Ferguson were treated and released. Dixon was taken to University of South Alabama Medical Center in Mobile in critical condition, according to Elkins.None were wearing seat belts.The dead and injuredThe crash happened after Dickerson apparently lost control of the car and slammed into a sign on the property of Mississippi Furniture Warehouse. Dickerson, though also reportedly injured, jumped out the vehicle and ran into a wooded area.At the time of impact, Sierra Dixon was on the backseat floorboard and died at USA Medical Center, Elkins said. Terra Dixon was in the back seat and died at George County Hospital.The Dixon girls loved to fish, go to church and play with animals, their obituary said.Spencer Havard was in the front passenger seat and died at the scene. His family described him as “a good-hearted young man” who could catch a fish by hand and loved to hunt.The results of toxicology tests are pending, though Dickerson wasn’t in custody until the following day.If convicted on each charge, Dickerson could go to prison for up 80 years.Dickerson surrendersThe owners of Mississippi Furniture Warehouse had closed their business for the day, but returned after learning of the crash. The car was crushed and the owners at first didn’t know how many people were killed or injured, but said state troopers told them the driver had fled.“When we got there, we saw an entire community of first responders working together,” said Stacy Hammac Graham, who owns the Lucedale warehouse with her mother, Gloria Holcomb.We did not know the victims personally, but have spoken with several people in passing who did, and all have said that the children were very sweet,” Graham said.The women said they were touched by the compassion and professionalism of all who turned out to help.“Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of all of the victims involved, and we are so grateful for the overwhelming number of law enforcement officers and first responders, including volunteers, who have gone above and beyond to help those involved in this horrible tragedy,” she and her mother said in an email.Another woman, Holly Stokely, drove up on the accident a minute or two after it happened.“We stopped and asked if they needed help,” she said. One of the surviving children asked her to call his parents.She stayed with a 7-year-old g

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Mobile News

Ann Craig

Monday, June 26, 2017

Dames in America.The family would like to thank her caregivers for the past several years for there love and devotion.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to First Presbyterian Church, 224 E. Mobile Street Florence, Alabama 35630 or to the Children’s Museum of the Shoals, 2810 Darby Drive Florence, Alabama 35630Elkins Funeral Home would like to invite you to leave your condolences at

Ronnie Lance O'Rear - Daily Mountain Eagle

Monday, June 19, 2017

Sunday, April 23, 2017.Lance was a 1990 graduate of Satsuma High School and a 1994 graduate of Troy State University. During his work career, he was employed with the Mobile Police Department, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office and CSX Railroad. Lance’s greatest joy in life was spending time hunting and fishing with his father, and he was an avid Auburn fan.He was preceded in death by his grandmothers, Niota O’Rear and Gina Robinson.Lance is survived by his beloved children, Isabella “Izzy” O’Rear and Britton Lance O’Rear; parents, Ronnie and Eleanor O’Rear; sister, Tanya O’Rear Williamson (Aaron Tate); grandfathers, Banks O’Rear and James Robinson (Doreen); nephew and niece, Braxton Williamson and Breanna Williamson; mother of his children, Kathrina Jones O’Rear; and other relatives and friends.Funeral services were held in the chapel at Radney Funeral Home in Saraland on Friday, April 28, 2017, at 10 a.m. The family received friends on Thursday, April 27, from 5 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment was in Satsuma Cemetery.Condolences may be offered at Funeral Home, Saraland; 251-679-0320

Jay Dickey, Arkansas Lawmaker Who Blocked Gun Research, Dies at 77 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Task Force for Global Health.)Mr. Dickey and Mr. Rosenberg wrote that while about the same number of Americans died from guns as from automobile accidents, the government spent $240 million a year on traffic safety research but virtually nothing on firearm safety.The automobile studies, they pointed out, had been effective, credited with saving more than 350,000 lives since 1975 and producing practical results like child restraints, seatbelts, frontal airbags, highway dividers, a minimum drinking age and motorcycle helmets. Yet firearms safety research had been neglected, they said, even though research suggested that “childproof locks, safe-storage devices and waiting periods save lives.”“As a consequence,” they concluded, “U.S. scientists cannot answer the most basic question: What works to prevent firearm injuries? We don’t know whether having more citizens carry guns would decrease or increase firearm deaths; or whether firearm registration and licensing would make inner-city residents safer or expose them to greater harm.“We don’t know whether a ban on assault weapons or large-capacity magazines, or limiting access to ammunition, would have saved lives in Aurora, or would make it riskier for people to go to a movie. And we don’t know how to effectively restrict access to firearms by those with serious mental illness.”After a gunman fatally shot 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in December 2012, President Barack Obama called on the Centers for Disease Control to investigate gun violence, but a Republican-controlled Congress, under pressure from the firearms industry, would not fund the research.“Research could have been continued on gun violence without infringing on the rights of gun owners,” Mr. Dickey reiterated in 2015, “in the same fashion that the highway industry continued its research without eliminating the automobile.”“All this time that we have had, we would’ve found a solution, in my opinion,” Mr. Dickey told National Public Radio in 2015. “And I think it’s a shame that we haven’t.”His son Ted said he died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in Pine Bluff, Ark., the city where he had been born.Jay Woodson Dickey Jr. was born on Dec. 14, 1939, to Jay and Margaret Dickey. His father was a lawyer.He attended Hendrix College in Arkansas and graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 1961 with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a law degree there, too.His marriage to the for

Donald Bohn Sr., second-generation auto dealer, dies at 93 -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Donald B. Bohn Sr., who spent four decades in the automobile dealership business his father founded, died Friday (March 17) at his Metairie home. He was 93.A native New Orleanian, Mr. Bohn started out at Bohn Motor Co., which his father, George Bohn Sr., had founded in the 1920s on South Broad Street near Washington Avenue.From there, he moved to Dick Bohn Ford in Gretna; he and his brother Dick were co-owners. His last stop was a dealership bearing his name, Don Bohn Ford, in Harvey, where he worked with his sons. They bought the dealership when he retired in 1988, Donald Bohn Jr. said.The next generation of Bohns moved beyond Fords, running dealerships that sold Toyotas, Audis, Hyundais, Buicks, Pontiacs and GMC trucks, he said.They don't use the Bohn name on their dealerships, Donald Bohn Jr. said, because they sold that in 2000 to Group 1 Automotive of Houston.Mr. Bohn, who graduated from Jesuit High School and attended Loyola University, served in the Coast Guard during World War II. He spent six months of that stint in the Pacific t