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Allan Roy Lindvik - La Crosse Tribune

Monday, June 19, 2017

Hans; his grandsons, Tristan James and Travis Allan; and beloved sister, Patricia (Thill) and her family.Born and raised in La Crosse, Jan. 8, 1940, he was the proud Norwegian son of Theodore Lindvik and Dorothy Streck. ("Uff Da" was a vocabulary staple).Allan attended Logan High School, but his joy was never found in a classroom. Instead, he spent his younger days hunting and fishing every square inch of land and water available.He served in the U.S. Army from 1958 to 1962, spending part of his service overseas. Once discharged, he gained employment with Burlington Northern Railroad. A hard-working, Union supporting Democrat, he was known to his co-workers as "Bluetick" because of the pack of hounds he coon hunted with. He would work as a conductor for the next 40 years.In 1965, he met Joan Louise Hansen. Three months later, he gave her a cigar band engagement ring. And even though her dad said they “should wait a little bit," they went ahead and got hitched at Immanuel Church in La Crosse. It was the coldest day in January. Cold enough for the beer to freeze at the reception. (It’s alright, they ran out to buy more).Through the years Al continued to pursue his passions. He had a great respect for hunting and enjoyed stripping it down to its primitive roots. He became a longbow enthusiast, even making his own bows, quivers and arrows with the skill of the artisan he was.He shared and transferred his love of th

Left alone, gravedigger keeps York County cemetery in service - York Daily Record/Sunday News

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Beecher said. “I didn’t want to leave the funeral home or the family hanging.”These recent problems at the cemetery started when one of the owners, Theodore Martin, was sent to prison a few weeks ago.Theodore and his wife, Arminda Martin, had been charged with tax evasion last year and were sentenced in October to spend a year and a day in federal prison, according to court documents. A judge agreed to allow Arminda to serve her sentence first so Theodore could run the three cemeteries they own – one in Conewago Township and two in Ohio, according to The Delaware Gazette.But, on May 3, U.S. District Judge John Jones III revoked that order and moved Theodore's prison reporting date up to April 27 because he was a flight risk and posed a danger to another person or the community, according to court documents.Now, both Theodore and Arminda are in prison. And, according to Beecher, they left no one in charge of the cemetery and no solid plan for its maintenance and care.The cemetery's registration through the state Real Estate Commission had expired in January 2016, and the Martins' broker licenses to sell plots have been expired since May 2014.RELATED:Gettysburg cemetery owner alleged to have defrauded customersPlot owners and their family members don’t know who to call to take care of the maintenance they paid for. Funeral directors aren’t sure who to contact when someone needs to be buried.“It’s been a free-for-all,” Beecher said. “People are calling whoever. Nobody has any direct contacts or anyone saying, ‘I’m responsible for this or that.’”Unable to get in touch with anyone at Suburban Memorial Gardens, people started going to other cemeteries, like Prospect Hill Cemetery, for advice.Jack Sommer – manager of Prospect Hill Cemetery, who has been in the cemetery business in York County for more than 40 years – said it’s a challenging situation when no one is taking responsibility.Buy PhotoB

Journalist Wilson 'Bill' Minor dies; covered civil rights - Monterey County Herald

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

His first assignment for the newspaper in Mississippi was in August 1947, on what Minor later recalled was a sweltering, gnat-filled day covering the funeral of arch-segregationist U.S. Sen. Theodore Bilbo.Minor covered the 1955 trial and acquittal of two white men accused of killing black teenager Emmett Till for whistling at a white woman; the 1962 riots after the court-ordered integration of the University of Mississippi; the 1963 assassination of Mississippi NAACP leader Medgar Evers; and the 1964 "Mississippi Burning" slayings of three civil rights workers.AdvertisementIn May 2013, Minor attended a 50th anniversary commemoration of an event he had covered — a 1963 sit-in by a racially mixed group of Tougaloo College students at the Woolworth's lunch counter in downtown Jackson. It happened about a month before Evers was killed, and Minor said Evers called reporters to tip them to the news. White students from nearby Central High School and many white adults, including an infamous local bootlegger, dumped mustard and ketchup on the heads of the Tougaloo students and then beat and kicked some of them."There were a lot of just plain old segregationist thugs," Minor said in 2013.In 1967, Minor covered the election of Democrat Robert Clark as the first black member of the Mississippi House of Representatives since Reconstruction. After Clark took office in 1968, white lawmakers refused to sit with him at the two-person desks on the House floor, and House leaders refused to recognize him to speak. A frustrated Clark left the Capitol one rainy night, ready to quit — and Minor followed him to the parking lot and persuaded him to stay."In essence, what he told me was that if I quit, I was do

Herbert Bistritz

Saturday, April 08, 2017

BISTRITZ, HERBERTHerbert Bistritz, 91, formerly of Chicago and Peoria, AZ. Beloved husband of the late Marie A. Bistritz, nee Hood. Dear brother of Dorothy (Theodore) Sattler. Dear father of Isabelle (David) Kennebeck and Linda (John) White. Dear uncle of Tyler (Sharon) Sattler, Sheila (Emil) Orcholski, and Barry (Debby) Sattler. Loving grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, and great uncle. Navy veteran of World War II. Funeral service Friday 11AM at Westlawn Cemetery Chapel, 7801 W. Montrose, Norridge. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Herbert’s name to the World War II Veteran’s Committee, www.americanveteranscenter.org/donate would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals 630-MITZVAH 630-648-9824, or www.mitzvahfunerals.com

Deaths Summary for Tuesday, February 21, 2017 | Obituaries ... - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 06, 2017

James A. Dyal Funeral Home.EDWARDS, Suellen Marie, 75, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.GLOVER, Frances Glenn, 81, of Ridgeville, widow of Theodore Glover, died Sunday. Arrangements by Glover Funeral Home of Summerville.ISGITT, Ricky Davis, 62, of Summerville died Wednesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.SMITH, Lillian Copeland, 96, of Summerville, an Army veteran, former factory worker and widow of Franklin H. Smith, died Sunday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.ElsewhereDeLOACH, Vernon H., 88, of Port Royal, a civil service retiree and husband of Daisy C. DeLoach, died Monday. Arrangements by Copeland Funeral Services of Beaufort.DOCTOR, Roosevelt, 59, of Springfield, Mo., formerly of Cross, S.C., died Friday. Arrangements by Eutawville, S.C. Community Funeral Home.LIEBER, Anne Elizabeth, 58, of Hendersonville, N.C. died Friday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston, S.C.MAJOR, Rosalie, 69, of Englishtown, N.J., formerly of Mount Pleasant, S.C., a nurse with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and wife of Phillip Major, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Awendaw, S.C. Chapel.WALKER, Michael Allen, 59, of Florence, a former employee of Nan Ya Plastics Corp. and husband of Ruth B. Walker, died Sunday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Kingstree Chapel.YOUMANS, James Earle, 77, of Varnville, an Air Force veteran, Navy retiree, Acme Engineering retiree and husband of Elaine Y. Youmans, died Friday. Arrangements by Brice Herndon's Varnville-Hampton Chapel of Varnville.

Local History: Peace Lutheran boasts 100-year history in Scranton - Scranton Times-Tribune

Monday, March 06, 2017

A parsonage was built and dedicated in 1954 and, by the late 1960s, church membership topped 300. Growth continued, thanks in part to a string of strong pastors. Among them: the Rev. Theodore Hanus, who led the church in the late 1960s. He oversaw a conversion of the building’s heat from coal to gas and a complete renovation of the church’s organ, according to a June 4, 1967, Scranton Times article. Around the same time, the church added a parking lot and built four new Sunday School rooms to accommodate the growing congregation. Perhaps the most beloved church leader, the Rev. Henry Camin, served from 1921 to 1964. In addition to overseeing the current church’s construction as well as countless other changes, church officials estimate he performed “106 funerals, 138 weddings, 370 confirmations and 357 baptisms,” according to the church’s history. He is known by church parishioners as “Father of Peace” for his lengthy and dedicated service. These days, in addition to the typical services, Peace Lutheran is also home to the Lutheran Academy, established in 2007 for students in first through eighth grades. Both the school and the church are led by the Rev. Kristian Bjornstad. The church celebrates its 100th anniversary later this month with church services and a banquet. ERIN L. NISSLEY is an assistant metro editor at The Times-Tribune and has lived in the area for 11 years. Contact the writer: localhistory@timesshamrock.com Editor’s note: Religion is part of the fabric of Northeast Pennsylvania. In addition to deepening our faith, our cathedrals, temples and other houses of worship strengthen the bonds of our communities. Building Faith is an occasional series exploring the history of our region’s houses of worship.

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Local churches plan for Father's Day events - Sampson Independent

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Baptist Church youth department will host Donuts for Dad.On Sunday, June 18, at 11 a.m. Family and Friend’s Day will be observed at First Missionary Baptist Church, Warsaw. The pastor, the Rev. Theodore Thomas will bring forth the message. The Prayer of Faith Church of Warsaw, under the direction of our minister of music, Paul Baker will render the music.On Sunday, June 18, at 11 a.m. Men and Father’s Day will be observe at Garland First Baptist Church, Garland. The speaker will be Deacon Willie Cromartie and the male chorus will render the music.On Sunday, June 18, at 11:30 a.m. Father’s Day Service will be held at Greater Mt. Calvary Holiness Church, Clinton. Pastor Willie Bryant will bring forth the Father’s Day message. Music by the male choir.Roseboro United Methodist Church Men’s breakfast is served every Tuesday at Salemburg Grill at 7:30 a.m.On Saturday, June 24, at 3 p.m. A Gospel Jamboree will be held at Brown’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Clinton. There will be several musical guests on the program. FMI call Andrew Rich at 910-818-8565 or Patricia Jones at 910- 385-6959.Prayer Service/Bible Studies:Journey Group Bible Study/Sunday/6 p.m./The Journey Church/Plain ViewTrinity United Freewill Holiness Church,Clinton/Bible Study/Sunday/8 a.m.Prayer service/Monday/5:30 p.m./House of Jacob/Clinton.Prayer service/Monday at 6 p.m./ Wednesday at 6:30 p.m./New Life Outreach Ministries, Clinton.Tuesday, 11 a.m./Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, IvanhoeTuesday, 7 p.m./Cooper Chapel UHC, Clinton.Tuesday, 7 p.m./ Bearskin MBC, Clinton.Tuesday, 7 p.m./The New Church of Christ, Faison.Tuesday, 7 p.m./Arise Ministries, Turkey.Tuesday, 7:30 p.m./Mt Pleasant Church, Turkey.Tuesday, 7:30 p.m./Ram In The Bush Church, Clinton.Prayer service/Bible study is held every Wednesday morning at 11 a.m.and every Friday at 7 p.m. at Point Level Disciples of Christ Church,Clinton.Wednesday, 6 p.m./ Brown’s Chapel MBC, Clinton.Wednesday, 6 p.m./ Littlefield MBC, Newton Grove.Wednesday, 6 p.m./Elizebeth MBC, Autryville.Wednesday, 6 p.m./Wards Chapel MBC, Delway.Wednesday, 6 p.m./First Missionary Baptist, Warsaw.Wednesday,before the1st and 3rd/ 6 p.m./Cedar Creek MBC, Clinton.Wednesday, 6 p.m./Temple of God Deliverance Ministry, Roseboro.Wednesday, 6:30 p.m./ First Baptist Missionary Baptist Church, Clinton.Wednesday, 6:30 p.m./Holly Grove Church of Christ, Clinton.Wednesday, 6:30 p.m./Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, Ivanhoe.Wednesday, 6:45 p.m./Roseville Missionary Baptist Church, HarrellsWednesday, 7 p.m./St. Paul Church of Christ,/ClintonWednesday, 7 p.m./Sampson Chapel Disciples of Christ, Clinton.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Hour of Power/Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist, Clinton.Wednesday, 7 p.m Holly Grove Holiness Church 1519 Indian Town Rd.Clinton.with the Rev. Eartle McNeil Jr.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Snow Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Roseboro.Wednesday, 7 p.m./ Morning Star United Holy Church, Clinton.Wednesday, 7 p.m./ The New Church of Christ, Faison.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Faison Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, WarsawWednesday, 7 p.m./ Piney Green Disciple Church, Newton Grove.Wednesday, 7 p.m./St. Stephen A.M.E. Zion Church, GarlandWednesday, 7 p.m./Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, DunnWednesday, 7 p.m./Garland First Baptist Church, Garland.Wednesday, 7 p.m./The Journey Church. Plainview, Dunn.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Greater St. Luke United Holy Church, Rose Hill.Every 1st.Wednesday, 7 p.m./ Mission night/Baptist Men/WMU/YouthTurkey Baptist Church, Turkey.Wednesday, 7 p.m./ First Missionary Baptist Church, Turkey.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Corporage PrayerEvery 1st Wed./St.Peter United Holiness Church, Keener.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Running Branch Disciples of Christ Church, Clinton.Wednesday, 7 p.m./Robinson Chapel Missionary Baptist, Roseboro.Wednesday,

Civil-rights activist set example fighting for change - The Detroit News

Monday, May 01, 2017

West Grand Blvd, in Detroit. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Friday at St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Church - St. Leo site, 4860 15th Street at West Grand River in Detroit. Father Theodore Parker will officiate.Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery in Clinton Township.Read or Share this story: http://detne.ws/2oTHrBK

Bill Minor's funeral set for 11 am Friday at St. Richard Catholic Church - Jackson Clarion Ledger

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Friday at St. Richard Catholic Church, 1242 Lynwood Drive, Jackson, followed by a reception.Minor covered Mississippi for 70 years, starting with the 1947 funeral of U.S. Senator Theodore Bilbo. He worked many of those years as the bureau reporter for the Times-Picayune of New Orleans.Click here to read Minor's full obituary.A documentary on Minor’s life, “Eyes on Mississippi,” is showing at 11:45 a.m. Saturday at Malco Grandview Cinema in Madison as part of the Crossroads Film Festival.The poster for the documentary calls Minor “the most essential reporter the nation has never heard of.”Read or Share this story: http://on.thec-l.com/2p9m5gw

Deaths Summary for Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, April 03, 2017

Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner. McKOWN, Susan Jones, 65, of Goose Creek, a customer service employee with Bell South, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel. TUMBLESTON, Theodore C., 86, of Cross, a master mechanic and widower of Myrtle Davis, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston. WASHINGTON, Willie Jr., 79, of Moncks Corner, a residential builder, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Scott's Mortuary. Dorchester CountyBOZARD, Margaret Toole, 69, of Summerville, a retired teacher with Charleston County Schools and wife of James A. Bozard, died Tuesday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.GLICK, Nadine, 99, of Summerville, a retired registered nurse and widow of L. Max Glick, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center.WATSON, Alivia Ann, 9, daughter of Jolie Scanlon Tatar and Michael Watson, of Summerville, a student at Newington Elementary School, died Sunday. Arrangements by Rossi Brothers Funeral Home of Youngstown, Ohio. Georgetown CountyWIGGINS, Eleanor Joyce Elton, 91, of Georgetown, a secretary with the City of Florence and widow of Joe R. Wiggins, died Saturday. Arrangements by Layton-Anderson Funeral Home of Florence.ElsewhereASHBY, Curtis, 58, of Eutawville died Tuesday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home. CANNION, James Ronald, 66, of Kingstree, a Navy veteran and husband of Marva B. Cannion, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Kingstree Chapel. FRASER, Walter Javan Jr., 80, of Savannah, an Army Security Agency veteran, retired professor and department of history chair with Georgia Southern University, former professor with The Citadel and husband of Lynn Wolfe, died Friday. Arrangements by Fox and Weeks' Hodgson Chapel. LIMEHOUSE, John Bruce III, 77, of White Bird, Idaho, an Army Veterinary Corps veteran, retired veterinary acupuncture instructor and husband of Priscilla Taylor, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville, S.C. ROBINSON, Bessie Lee, 74, of Holly Hill died Wednesday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home.