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Beloved local actor, director, educator René Moreno dead at 57 - Dallas News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

He worked off-Broadway in several shows at the Public Theater and at many regional theaters across the country, including Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre and Houston's Alley Theatre. Moreno returned to Dallas after the accident that cost him the use of his legs. He continued to act, performing at Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three and Wingspan Theatre Company while taking on film roles. He enrolled in SMU's Meadows School of the Arts Graduate Studies program and earned an M.F.A. in directing in 2001. He was frequently honored with Best Director awards and taught classes and taught workshops at many colleges, universities and high schools.  Mark Oristano, who performed in The Wrestling Season under Moreno's direction, remembers him as a friend, "a superb artist" and an inspiring teacher."I think the greatest thing he gave actors was the instruction to always go to the text for answers. Many's the time he would stop a scene in rehearsal and ask an actor, 'Why did you say that?' My standard reply always was, 'Because it's in the script.' But you always had to dig deep and find out why the words were written the way they were."The funeral  will be 11 a.m. April 1 at Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery in Dallas, with a public celebration of his life and work April 29 at 1 p.m. at Dallas City Performance Hall. Moreno is survived by McMullen; his parents, Finees and Myriam Moreno and sisters Raquel Moreno, Esther Moreno and Elaine Perez. In lieu of flowers, the fami...

Robert E. Hayden Jr., 74, police chief with commanding presence - The Boston Globe

Monday, March 27, 2017

Robert E. Hayden Jr., 74, police chief with commanding presence Globe Correspondent Mr. Hayden was a Boston deputy superintendent who later led the forces in Brockton and Lawrence. By J.M. Lawrence 20170302010218-- CommentsPrintBy J.M. Lawrence Globe Correspondent  March 02, 2017Robert E. Hayden Jr., a former Boston Police Department deputy superintendent whose 50 years of work in law enforcement included posts as police chief in Lawrence and Brockton, never stopped being a street cop.An imposing figure who did daily workouts with a punching bag in his basement, ran marathons, and competed in the 2001 reality TV series “Lost” in Bolivia, Mr. Hayden displayed a legendary toughness coupled with deep compassion for underdogs and a devotion to public service, colleagues said.“He was someone I greatly admired. He was wonderful for the city,” said former Boston mayor Raymond L. Flynn. “I remember his professionalism, decency, and compassion, especially during the busing era.”Mr. Hayden, a Dorchester native who also served as undersecr...

'I always feared this day would come,' tearful daughter tells mourners at dad's funeral Mass - The Boston Globe

Monday, March 27, 2017

I always feared this day would come,’ tearful daughter tells mourners at dad’s funeral Mass Globe Staff Joseph Toscano died while inside a burning home on Merrifield Avenue last Friday. By Cristela Guerra and John R. Ellement 20170322150305-- CommentsPrintWATERTOWN — Alyssa Toscano started with sadness.“I always feared this day would come,’’ she told mourners at St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday. “I am now living my worst nightmare.’’But then she began sharing memories of her father, Watertown firefighter Joseph A. Toscano, who died Friday while responding to a house fire, and she started to smile, and Toscano’s relatives, friends, and fellow firefighters started to laugh. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email.She said her father was a devoted husband, father, friend, firefighter, photographer, carpenter, chef. He was someone “who loved anything outdoors and anywhere with a body of water,” because the 54-year-old firefighter also loved to fish, his daughter sai...

Robert J. Lima - Obituaries - The Inquirer and Mirror - Nantucket, MA - Nantucket Island Inquirer

Monday, February 27, 2017

Robert loved sharing his knowledge and inspiring others to dream big. Most of his dreams came true - a loving wife, a beautiful home that he designed and built with his wife, traveling the globe, and an early retirement.  Unfortunately, the dream of a long life with his partner did not come true, but in their years together, they packed in more love and experiences than most of us.  If he had one regret, it would be that he left Sheila too soon.Visitation hours will be on Tuesday, February 28 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home, 154 Route 6A, Sandwich and a mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday, March 01 at 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Hope Chapel, Route 6A, West Barnstable. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted to the Robert Lima Scholarship Fund, c/o Franklin Public Schools, 335 E. Central St., Franklin, MA 02038 (Please make checks payable to Robert Lima Scholarship Fund)For directions, obituary, and online guestbook please see: http://www.dignitymemorial.com/nickerson-bourne-funeral-home-sandwich.

OBITUARY: Bill Paxton, only actor killed by Alien, Predator and Terminator, dies at 61 - Arkansas Online

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Terminator and Aliens. Television fans knew him for his role as the polygamist, with three wives who expected the best from him, in the HBO series Big Love, for which he received three Golden Globe nominations."Bill Paxton was a big-hearted, thoughtful and honorable person," his Big Love co-star Chloe Sevigny said in a statement. "He always had a smile on his face and could entertain any room with his wonderful stories of his many amazing years in Hollywood."[EMAIL UPDATES: Get free breaking news alerts, daily newsletters with top headlines delivered to your inbox]Paxton was currently starring in the CBS drama Training Day, which premiered Feb. 2. The network has not yet announced whether it will continue to air the completed episodes.Paxton brought a reliably human dimension to big-budget action adventures and science fiction. He was, sci-fi fans like to point out, the only actor killed by a Predator, a Terminator and an Alien.But Paxton, famously genial and well-liked throughout Hollywood, defined his career less by his marquee status than as a character actor whose regular Joes appeared across the likes of One False Move, A Simple Plan and Nightcrawler."I feel like I'm a regionalist and a populist who's never fit in among the intellectuals," he added. "I think there's where the heart of American art is. My greatest roles have been in regional films, whether it was One False Move or Frailty or Simple Plan or Traveller."A Section on 02/27/2017Print Headline: Killed by Alien, Predator, Terminator-- ...

Obituary: Paul LaBrusciano, 1966-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, February 20, 2017

Jamaica. Paul and M usic Ambassador went on to enjoy over ten years of servicing reggae labels and retail stores from around the globe.He was a discerning culinary artist who readily offered his unfiltered opinion on Vermont local cuisine, and he was truly loved in his role as manager at the Essex High School Cafeteria. Even when he lived in New York, he often drove to New Haven for the better pizza.In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing with his family and friends, and spending family time in his backyard jungle of canna lilies and angel’s trumpets. Paul also had a great love for baseball, his passion for the sport developed during his childhood in Waitsfield as a member of the Little League All-Star team, later an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and finally a passionate coach and referee for the local Burlington leagues.He is survived by his wife, Domye LaBrusciano of Burlington; his sons, Nico and Lorenzo of Burlington; his step-sons, Owen and Nathan Arre of Burlington; his parents, Ron LaBrusciano of Marlboro and Barbara Elsbeth, of Waitsfield; and his siblings: brother Christopher LaBrusciano, of Calais; sister, Anne LaBrusciano, of Marshfield; and brother, Peter LaBrusciano, of Brooklyn, New York.A memorial will be held in summer.

5-ton marble elephant to grace City Park Stadium in Gainesville - Online Athens

Monday, February 20, 2017

The elephant weighs 9,986 pounds and stands about 7-feet tall. It’s a gift from Jack Frost, a connoisseur of the arts and owner of Memorial Park Funeral Home.Frost traveled across the globe twice to the marble statue, finding it on display in Vietnam. After seeing it, he couldn’t resist buying the elephant.When Frost returned to Gainesville, he described the marble elephant to his operations manager at the time — the late James “Bimbo” Brewer — and asked him whether it would be something Gainesville High School would like to have as a gift.Brewer reached out through his daughter, Erin Still, to Gainesville High Principal Tom Smith, who said he’d welcome the gift. Still is co-chairman of the committee working on the school’s 125th anniversary to be commemorated Feb. 26.“They sent us a picture of (the elephant),” Smith said. “The biggest thing was trying to find a place that it could be displayed. We felt that on campus we already had elephant representation. … We felt that the elephant walk out there at City Park was an appropriate place to put it to where it represents what a great gift it was. … It’ll be a great view from Green Street for everybody that passes by to see the grand elephant.”The elephant’s trip to the United States turned into an odyssey when the ship carrying the statue had to find safe port after it came across a super typhoon roaring through the South China Sea around Christmas, said Scott Wiley, vice president of operations at the funeral home.“It had to port for a while,” Wiley said of the ship carrying the elep...

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Beloved local actor, director, educator René Moreno dead at 57 - Dallas News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

He worked off-Broadway in several shows at the Public Theater and at many regional theaters across the country, including Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre and Houston's Alley Theatre. Moreno returned to Dallas after the accident that cost him the use of his legs. He continued to act, performing at Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three and Wingspan Theatre Company while taking on film roles. He enrolled in SMU's Meadows School of the Arts Graduate Studies program and earned an M.F.A. in directing in 2001. He was frequently honored with Best Director awards and taught classes and taught workshops at many colleges, universities and high schools.  Mark Oristano, who performed in The Wrestling Season under Moreno's direction, remembers him as a friend, "a superb artist" and an inspiring teacher."I think the greatest thing he gave actors was the instruction to always go to the text for answers. Many's the time he would stop a scene in rehearsal and ask an actor, 'Why did you say that?' My standard reply always was, 'Because it's in the script.' But you always had to dig deep and find out why the words were written the way they were."The funeral  will be 11 a.m. April 1 at Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery in Dallas, with a public celebration of his life and work April 29 at 1 p.m. at Dallas City Performance Hall. Moreno is survived by McMullen; his parents, Finees and Myriam Moreno and sisters Raquel Moreno, Esther Moreno and Elaine Perez. In lieu of flowers, the fami...

Robert E. Hayden Jr., 74, police chief with commanding presence - The Boston Globe

Monday, March 27, 2017

Robert E. Hayden Jr., 74, police chief with commanding presence Globe Correspondent Mr. Hayden was a Boston deputy superintendent who later led the forces in Brockton and Lawrence. By J.M. Lawrence 20170302010218-- CommentsPrintBy J.M. Lawrence Globe Correspondent  March 02, 2017Robert E. Hayden Jr., a former Boston Police Department deputy superintendent whose 50 years of work in law enforcement included posts as police chief in Lawrence and Brockton, never stopped being a street cop.An imposing figure who did daily workouts with a punching bag in his basement, ran marathons, and competed in the 2001 reality TV series “Lost” in Bolivia, Mr. Hayden displayed a legendary toughness coupled with deep compassion for underdogs and a devotion to public service, colleagues said.“He was someone I greatly admired. He was wonderful for the city,” said former Boston mayor Raymond L. Flynn. “I remember his professionalism, decency, and compassion, especially during the busing era.”Mr. Hayden, a Dorchester native who also served as undersecr...

'I always feared this day would come,' tearful daughter tells mourners at dad's funeral Mass - The Boston Globe

Monday, March 27, 2017

I always feared this day would come,’ tearful daughter tells mourners at dad’s funeral Mass Globe Staff Joseph Toscano died while inside a burning home on Merrifield Avenue last Friday. By Cristela Guerra and John R. Ellement 20170322150305-- CommentsPrintWATERTOWN — Alyssa Toscano started with sadness.“I always feared this day would come,’’ she told mourners at St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday. “I am now living my worst nightmare.’’But then she began sharing memories of her father, Watertown firefighter Joseph A. Toscano, who died Friday while responding to a house fire, and she started to smile, and Toscano’s relatives, friends, and fellow firefighters started to laugh. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email.She said her father was a devoted husband, father, friend, firefighter, photographer, carpenter, chef. He was someone “who loved anything outdoors and anywhere with a body of water,” because the 54-year-old firefighter also loved to fish, his daughter sai...

Robert J. Lima - Obituaries - The Inquirer and Mirror - Nantucket, MA - Nantucket Island Inquirer

Monday, February 27, 2017

Robert loved sharing his knowledge and inspiring others to dream big. Most of his dreams came true - a loving wife, a beautiful home that he designed and built with his wife, traveling the globe, and an early retirement.  Unfortunately, the dream of a long life with his partner did not come true, but in their years together, they packed in more love and experiences than most of us.  If he had one regret, it would be that he left Sheila too soon.Visitation hours will be on Tuesday, February 28 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home, 154 Route 6A, Sandwich and a mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday, March 01 at 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Hope Chapel, Route 6A, West Barnstable. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted to the Robert Lima Scholarship Fund, c/o Franklin Public Schools, 335 E. Central St., Franklin, MA 02038 (Please make checks payable to Robert Lima Scholarship Fund)For directions, obituary, and online guestbook please see: http://www.dignitymemorial.com/nickerson-bourne-funeral-home-sandwich.

OBITUARY: Bill Paxton, only actor killed by Alien, Predator and Terminator, dies at 61 - Arkansas Online

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Terminator and Aliens. Television fans knew him for his role as the polygamist, with three wives who expected the best from him, in the HBO series Big Love, for which he received three Golden Globe nominations."Bill Paxton was a big-hearted, thoughtful and honorable person," his Big Love co-star Chloe Sevigny said in a statement. "He always had a smile on his face and could entertain any room with his wonderful stories of his many amazing years in Hollywood."[EMAIL UPDATES: Get free breaking news alerts, daily newsletters with top headlines delivered to your inbox]Paxton was currently starring in the CBS drama Training Day, which premiered Feb. 2. The network has not yet announced whether it will continue to air the completed episodes.Paxton brought a reliably human dimension to big-budget action adventures and science fiction. He was, sci-fi fans like to point out, the only actor killed by a Predator, a Terminator and an Alien.But Paxton, famously genial and well-liked throughout Hollywood, defined his career less by his marquee status than as a character actor whose regular Joes appeared across the likes of One False Move, A Simple Plan and Nightcrawler."I feel like I'm a regionalist and a populist who's never fit in among the intellectuals," he added. "I think there's where the heart of American art is. My greatest roles have been in regional films, whether it was One False Move or Frailty or Simple Plan or Traveller."A Section on 02/27/2017Print Headline: Killed by Alien, Predator, Terminator-- ...

Obituary: Paul LaBrusciano, 1966-2017 - Seven Days

Monday, February 20, 2017

Jamaica. Paul and M usic Ambassador went on to enjoy over ten years of servicing reggae labels and retail stores from around the globe.He was a discerning culinary artist who readily offered his unfiltered opinion on Vermont local cuisine, and he was truly loved in his role as manager at the Essex High School Cafeteria. Even when he lived in New York, he often drove to New Haven for the better pizza.In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing with his family and friends, and spending family time in his backyard jungle of canna lilies and angel’s trumpets. Paul also had a great love for baseball, his passion for the sport developed during his childhood in Waitsfield as a member of the Little League All-Star team, later an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and finally a passionate coach and referee for the local Burlington leagues.He is survived by his wife, Domye LaBrusciano of Burlington; his sons, Nico and Lorenzo of Burlington; his step-sons, Owen and Nathan Arre of Burlington; his parents, Ron LaBrusciano of Marlboro and Barbara Elsbeth, of Waitsfield; and his siblings: brother Christopher LaBrusciano, of Calais; sister, Anne LaBrusciano, of Marshfield; and brother, Peter LaBrusciano, of Brooklyn, New York.A memorial will be held in summer.

5-ton marble elephant to grace City Park Stadium in Gainesville - Online Athens

Monday, February 20, 2017

The elephant weighs 9,986 pounds and stands about 7-feet tall. It’s a gift from Jack Frost, a connoisseur of the arts and owner of Memorial Park Funeral Home.Frost traveled across the globe twice to the marble statue, finding it on display in Vietnam. After seeing it, he couldn’t resist buying the elephant.When Frost returned to Gainesville, he described the marble elephant to his operations manager at the time — the late James “Bimbo” Brewer — and asked him whether it would be something Gainesville High School would like to have as a gift.Brewer reached out through his daughter, Erin Still, to Gainesville High Principal Tom Smith, who said he’d welcome the gift. Still is co-chairman of the committee working on the school’s 125th anniversary to be commemorated Feb. 26.“They sent us a picture of (the elephant),” Smith said. “The biggest thing was trying to find a place that it could be displayed. We felt that on campus we already had elephant representation. … We felt that the elephant walk out there at City Park was an appropriate place to put it to where it represents what a great gift it was. … It’ll be a great view from Green Street for everybody that passes by to see the grand elephant.”The elephant’s trip to the United States turned into an odyssey when the ship carrying the statue had to find safe port after it came across a super typhoon roaring through the South China Sea around Christmas, said Scott Wiley, vice president of operations at the funeral home.“It had to port for a while,” Wiley said of the ship carrying the elep...