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Beckley James DVM

1521 Stacia Street
Fairbanks, AK 99701
(907) 456-5407
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Chapel of the Chimes Funeral Home

415 Illinois Street
Fairbanks, AK 99701
(907) 456-5566
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Northern Lights Funeral Home and Crematory

2318 Yankovich Road
Fairbanks, AK 99709
(907) 479-2545
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Carriage Services Announces Purchase of Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks ... - PR Newswire

Saturday, June 10, 2017

HOUSTON, June 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Carriage Services, Inc. (NYSE: CSV) is extremely pleased to announce that we have acquired Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home, both in Houston, as the newest Being The Best operating members of the Carriage family of elite funeral homes.  Bradshaw-Carter was founded in 2003 and opened in March 2004 as a "Vision Come True" by Ron Bradshaw in partnership with Tripp Carter.  Ron was previously a highly respected interior decorator in New York City renowned for re-creating historic European looks in five-star hotels and the grandest upper eastside townhomes.  Bradshaw-Carter, which primarily serves the inner loop oldest neighborhoods in Houston, has been described and is known nationally as "the prettiest funeral home in America," more akin to an elegant "Baronial Mansion" decorated with Ron's collection of beautiful antiques with personalized service to match that is second to none.Ron and Tripp grew Bradshaw-Carter rapidly and in 2008 acquired Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home in the booming and growing Northwest Houston market.  After Ron's tragic death from cancer in 2008, Tripp has contin...

Kalli Thompson - Bismarck Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

North Dakota Army National Guard for three years and then served in the United States Army for an additional five years. She was stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas and Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska with one deployment.She enjoyed playing volleyball, basketball and running cross country in school because of the opportunities for connecting with people. Kalli was a free spirit who always saw the positive in everyone and in any situation.Kalli had a style and lingo of her own and often would say things like, "It’s been a minute since …" She could deliver more words in one conversation than most people could mentally process in the same time frame.She is survived by one daughter, Aaliyah Nichole; her parents Kim and Mary Thompson; one sister, Kacie Thompson and her son Trey; one brother, Kyle Thompson, Bismarck; one grandmother, Shirley Nelson, Montana; Aaliyah’s father Daniel, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.She is preceded in death by grandparents Wilber and Lucille Thompson, Fort Hale, S.D.; and James Nelson, Montana.In Kalli’s words, "Don’t worry about me, I’ll be fine."...

Flutist Irvin Gilman, chamber ensemble founder, died earlier this month - Albany Times Union (blog)

Monday, February 27, 2017

Philadelphia Orchestra, Symphony of the Air, American Ballet Theater, Royal Ballet Orchestra. Mr. Gilman was in residence two summers with Capitol Chamber Artists at the JAZZ TO CLASSICS FESTIVAL in Fairbanks, Alaska. Irvin Gilman is a published poet. Gilman’s poetry inspired by music is featured in his collection, IMAGINE A FLUTE. He published numerous articles in musical publications. Mr. Gilman performed in Boston with CCA as a winner of SoHIP (Society for Historically Informed Performance).Irvin Gilman was born to Russian immigrant parents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was their first born. Irvin loved music, especially the big bands. His grandmother paid for music lessons and Irv’s first musical job was at age 17 playing in the Troc Theater Burlesque House Orchestra. Later that year he joined the Navy – serving for two years in World War II. The GI Bill enabled Irvin to study music at Oberlin Conservatory and Manhattan School of Music, studying with the two greatest flutists of that era: John Wummer, principal flutist with the NY Philharmonic and William Kincaid, principal flutist with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Irv’s life is an ongoing journey of enormous achievement.Irvin Gilman is survived by his wife of 35 years, violinist Mary Lou Saetta.

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Carriage Services Announces Purchase of Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks ... - PR Newswire

Saturday, June 10, 2017

HOUSTON, June 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Carriage Services, Inc. (NYSE: CSV) is extremely pleased to announce that we have acquired Bradshaw-Carter Memorial & Funeral Services and Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home, both in Houston, as the newest Being The Best operating members of the Carriage family of elite funeral homes.  Bradshaw-Carter was founded in 2003 and opened in March 2004 as a "Vision Come True" by Ron Bradshaw in partnership with Tripp Carter.  Ron was previously a highly respected interior decorator in New York City renowned for re-creating historic European looks in five-star hotels and the grandest upper eastside townhomes.  Bradshaw-Carter, which primarily serves the inner loop oldest neighborhoods in Houston, has been described and is known nationally as "the prettiest funeral home in America," more akin to an elegant "Baronial Mansion" decorated with Ron's collection of beautiful antiques with personalized service to match that is second to none.Ron and Tripp grew Bradshaw-Carter rapidly and in 2008 acquired Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home in the booming and growing Northwest Houston market.  After Ron's tragic death from cancer in 2008, Tripp has contin...

Kalli Thompson - Bismarck Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

North Dakota Army National Guard for three years and then served in the United States Army for an additional five years. She was stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas and Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska with one deployment.She enjoyed playing volleyball, basketball and running cross country in school because of the opportunities for connecting with people. Kalli was a free spirit who always saw the positive in everyone and in any situation.Kalli had a style and lingo of her own and often would say things like, "It’s been a minute since …" She could deliver more words in one conversation than most people could mentally process in the same time frame.She is survived by one daughter, Aaliyah Nichole; her parents Kim and Mary Thompson; one sister, Kacie Thompson and her son Trey; one brother, Kyle Thompson, Bismarck; one grandmother, Shirley Nelson, Montana; Aaliyah’s father Daniel, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.She is preceded in death by grandparents Wilber and Lucille Thompson, Fort Hale, S.D.; and James Nelson, Montana.In Kalli’s words, "Don’t worry about me, I’ll be fine."...

Flutist Irvin Gilman, chamber ensemble founder, died earlier this month - Albany Times Union (blog)

Monday, February 27, 2017

Philadelphia Orchestra, Symphony of the Air, American Ballet Theater, Royal Ballet Orchestra. Mr. Gilman was in residence two summers with Capitol Chamber Artists at the JAZZ TO CLASSICS FESTIVAL in Fairbanks, Alaska. Irvin Gilman is a published poet. Gilman’s poetry inspired by music is featured in his collection, IMAGINE A FLUTE. He published numerous articles in musical publications. Mr. Gilman performed in Boston with CCA as a winner of SoHIP (Society for Historically Informed Performance).Irvin Gilman was born to Russian immigrant parents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was their first born. Irvin loved music, especially the big bands. His grandmother paid for music lessons and Irv’s first musical job was at age 17 playing in the Troc Theater Burlesque House Orchestra. Later that year he joined the Navy – serving for two years in World War II. The GI Bill enabled Irvin to study music at Oberlin Conservatory and Manhattan School of Music, studying with the two greatest flutists of that era: John Wummer, principal flutist with the NY Philharmonic and William Kincaid, principal flutist with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Irv’s life is an ongoing journey of enormous achievement.Irvin Gilman is survived by his wife of 35 years, violinist Mary Lou Saetta.