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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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Delaney's

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

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 elkinsfuneralhome.com...

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 www.radneyfuneralhome-saraland.com.Radney 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 - NOLA.com

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...

Bret Thomas Northington - Hanford Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Chairman of the annual crab feeds, Vice President and then President and he was also honored as Rider of the Year, he will be missed dearly by his posse.After graduation, he worked at Kingston Oldsmobile in the sales department. Bret then began dating Terri Hill, whose dad, Robert (“Bob”) Hill, owned Roberts Chevrolet in Hanford, California. Bret left Kingston and worked for Roberts in the sales department.Bret married Terri in 1982. Bob sent Bret to dealer-son school where he graduated and soon got the itch to own his own dealership. The opportunity came in 1990 when the owner of Alta Chevrolet in Dinuba, California, approached Bret about buying the dealership. Bret’s Auto Center came to fruition and the slogan “Your Best Bet is Bret’s” was born. Bret and Terri spent endless days and nights growing the business and raising their children.Bret was known for being able to sell ice to an eskimo and for putting his customers above his bottom line. He built trust with his customers and was loved by his employees and customers alike.Bret remarried, Rayma Ellison, in 2002. The two enjoyed traveling, building their dream home in Avila Beach and summers in Bass Lake.It wasn’t long before Bret opened his second dealership, Bret’s Ford, in Reedley, California in 1996. Bret soon outgrew the Reedley store and broke ground on a brand-new, 55,000 sq. ft. dealership in Dinuba, California. Meanwhile, he opened a used car lot, Bret’s Sales and Leasing, in Hanford, California.Bret’s biggest accomplishment came when his two children with Terri were born, Whitney Marie and Bret Jared. Bret always wanted something greater for his children and he worked tirelessly to achieve greatness for his family. He was always one to brag about his kids and was a very proud father. Nothing made him happier than going to Whitney’s softball games and yelling “Who’s your daddy!!!” While this embarrassed Whitney and Jared at the time, it is now one of their fondest memories of their dad. Bret taught Whitney and Jared to take risks, be in charge, assertive and business minded. Bret took great pride in mentorin...

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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 elkinsfuneralhome.com...

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 www.radneyfuneralhome-saraland.com.Radney 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 - NOLA.com

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...

Bret Thomas Northington - Hanford Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Chairman of the annual crab feeds, Vice President and then President and he was also honored as Rider of the Year, he will be missed dearly by his posse.After graduation, he worked at Kingston Oldsmobile in the sales department. Bret then began dating Terri Hill, whose dad, Robert (“Bob”) Hill, owned Roberts Chevrolet in Hanford, California. Bret left Kingston and worked for Roberts in the sales department.Bret married Terri in 1982. Bob sent Bret to dealer-son school where he graduated and soon got the itch to own his own dealership. The opportunity came in 1990 when the owner of Alta Chevrolet in Dinuba, California, approached Bret about buying the dealership. Bret’s Auto Center came to fruition and the slogan “Your Best Bet is Bret’s” was born. Bret and Terri spent endless days and nights growing the business and raising their children.Bret was known for being able to sell ice to an eskimo and for putting his customers above his bottom line. He built trust with his customers and was loved by his employees and customers alike.Bret remarried, Rayma Ellison, in 2002. The two enjoyed traveling, building their dream home in Avila Beach and summers in Bass Lake.It wasn’t long before Bret opened his second dealership, Bret’s Ford, in Reedley, California in 1996. Bret soon outgrew the Reedley store and broke ground on a brand-new, 55,000 sq. ft. dealership in Dinuba, California. Meanwhile, he opened a used car lot, Bret’s Sales and Leasing, in Hanford, California.Bret’s biggest accomplishment came when his two children with Terri were born, Whitney Marie and Bret Jared. Bret always wanted something greater for his children and he worked tirelessly to achieve greatness for his family. He was always one to brag about his kids and was a very proud father. Nothing made him happier than going to Whitney’s softball games and yelling “Who’s your daddy!!!” While this embarrassed Whitney and Jared at the time, it is now one of their fondest memories of their dad. Bret taught Whitney and Jared to take risks, be in charge, assertive and business minded. Bret took great pride in mentorin...