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Yoakum Livestock Show has more exhibitors - Victoria Advocate

Monday, January 30, 2017

National Bank; Yoakum Packing; Thiele-Cooper Funeral Home; Rock Hard Materials; Kenneth E. Kvinta, attorney; Glen and Sherri Kusak; Ronnie's Processing; Scott Prause; Mraz Lumber; Prause Polled Hereford Farms; Mitchell and Holly Hartman; Keith and Lois Boysen; David Markert; Keith and Carolyn Armstrong; Jeff and Jackie Rutledge; Jeff and Candace Vinklarek; Klean Corp. International; Satterfield Welding Service, Inc.; Zimmerman Electric; Cuero Veterinary Clinic; State Farm Insurance-Roberta Bittick; Brandon and Mallory Zimmerman; Jimmy Mudd; Ful-O-Pep Feeds & Crystalyx Brand; Adamek Cattle Company; Sage Bank; Hochheim Prairie Hermann Sons Lodge; Robert and Rita Pargmann; 2F Cattle Company.Kailee Knezek's 1,325-pound reserve champion steer had the highest sale price at $10,125. Purchasers were Keith and Carolyn Armstrong; Dr. and Mrs. David Watson; Thiele-Cooper Funeral Home; Dairy Treet; State Farm Insurance-Roberta Bittick; United Ag; Daniel B. Knox; David Markert; Knezek Simmental/Simbrah Ranch; Kodie's Garage; Justin Janak; Kim Taylor; K-Box Cattle Company; Thomas Barre; Conoco Phillips; Tom and Jennifer Kelley; Prause Polled Hereford Farms; Leo and Betty Hermes; Terry and Carol Boening; Kenneth E. Kvinta, attorney; Corner Stop; Triple R Motors; Cuero Livestock Commission Co.; Karen Garrett; DeWitt Poth & Son; David and Julie Barnes; Dietze & Reese, attorneys; Troy G. Knox; Dennis and Carol Bade; Bill and Brenda Brown; Otto "Jimmy" and Betty Ann Borchers; Ronnie's Processing; Jason and Amanda Fling; Glenn and Darlene Renken; Glen and Sherri Kusak; Yoakum National Bank; Ronnie and Mary Leck; Rudy and Lucy Martinez; B.E. Taylor; Jay and Glenda Mixon; Sammy and Susan Elizondo; Sandra Bergey, dentist; Red Wolf Oil, Inc.; Boedeker Ag Supply; Mark and Marsha Herchek; Barre Cattle Company; Jacobs-Weber Insurance Services; Zimmerman Electric; 4 C Marketing; Hub City Motors; Morrow Hardware Co.; Moorman Dozer Service; Rock Hard Materials; Mrs. Aileen Boening; I Stop; Brian and Alexandra Schoenemann; Allen Bayer, CPA. AM Anesthesia; Anonymous 1; H-E-B Pantry Stores; Harley's House of Guns; B & W Cattle Co.; Yoakum Packing; Eddy Packing Co. Inc.; McKee Construction; Partners Chevrolet Buick GMC; Shoppas Farm Supply; Ful-O-Pep Feeds & Crystalyx Brand; Soehnge Do-It Center; Randy and Karen Boone; Shirley and Heath Nagelmueller; Wayne Blank; John and Agnes Fling; South Star Bank; Eddie Stubbs Jr.; Wade Lauer; Matthew Realty; Stan and Ann Kuester; Dudley Garrett; Weaver & Jacobs Constructors; Chandler Drilling Co.; Farm Bureau Insurance-Aubrey Feril; Satterfield Welding Service, Inc.; Faulkner's Cleaners; Four J Cattle Co.; Yoakum Animal Clinic; the Kennedy Family; Burns Ranch/Kelley Show Steers; Elorine Sitka; Shannon and Cheryl Bucek; Carl Ammerman; First National Bank of Shiner.SWINEKeri Prasek's 256-pound grand champion hog sold for $5,275. Purchasers were Double R Instrumentation; Yoakum National Bank; Shawn and Jennifer Green; V.J. and Lois Drozd; Echo Flowback; Spring Branch Water Well; Crimson Exploration; Douglas Willard; T

OBITUARY: Dale H. Schulte, 71 - Iowa City Press Citizen

Monday, January 16, 2017

Watkins, where Dale farmed and was the owner operator of a Bulldozer.Dale enjoyed fishing, hunting, was a fan of both ISU and the U of I. He was a fan of purebred Polled Hereford cattle and hogs, John Deere tractors and equipment. Dale was a dedicated family man who loved spending time with his kids and grandkids and going to their school sports activities. He was always one to be helping out all his neighbors, family and friends.Dale was a proud member of Norway American Legion Post #234, Farm Bureau and Iowa Polled Hereford Association.Dale is survived by his wife, Lois Schulte of Watkins; children, Christopher (Kelly) Schulte of Norway, Patrick Schulte of Watkins, Jayne (Pat) Merges of Cedar Rapids, Sara (Shawn) Kreutner of Vinton and Derrick ( Colleen Grafton) Schulte of Dows; grandchildren, Megan, Morgan, Cameron Schulte, Dalton, Harley Schulte, Connor Merges, Will, Candace and Carly Kreutner; siblings, Florine (Ron) Swanson of Galt and Orlan (Deb) Schulte of Norway; sister-in-law, Ingrid Krauss-Schulte of Amana and many more loving family and friends.He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Myrl and Alvin Schulte and father-in-law, Leon Burkle.Read or Share this story: http://icp-c.com/2jEC8QM

Local religion digest: Church to host Wernersville Community Thanksgiving service on Sunday - Reading Eagle

Monday, November 21, 2016

Christ Lutheran Church, Lehigh and Luzerne streets, Glenside: A service will be held at 7:30.Huff's Union Church, 540 Conrad Road, Hereford Township: A joint service will be held at 7 with St. Peter's Union Church. Attendees are asked to bring an item for the food pantry.St. Peter's United Church of Christ, 219 Maidencreek Road, Richmond Township: Mike and Linda Hertzog will provide music at 7.St. Luke's Union Church, Shoemakersville: The Northern Berks Ministerium joint service will be held at 7. The Rev. Mark Casten of the Bridge Church in Hamburg will be the preacher. The offering will benefit the Northern Berks Ministerium's emergency assistance fund through the Hamburg Salvation Army.Calvary Lutheran Church, 1009 Elizabeth Ave., Laureldale: A community service will be held at 7:30 with the Rev. Thomas Irwin as liturgist and the Rev. JoEllen Mauger as preacher. There will be a combined choir with Rosedale United Church of Christ.Most Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, Bally: An ecumenical community service will be held at 7 with a combined choir; refreshments afterward.•••Reformation Lutheran Church, 3670 Perkiomen Ave., Exeter Township, will serve a free Thanksgiving Day dinner Thursday from noon to 2 p.m.To make a reservation, call 610-779-0534.•••Trinity Lutheran Church, 527 Washington St., will hold a Thanksgiving Day service Thursday at 10 a.m.The event will be broadcast live on Comcast channel 190 and will be available on demand on the Trinity website and YouTube channel later in the day.•••Reading Area Aglow Lighthouse will hold a meeting next Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at Wegman's Restaurant, 4401 Pottsville Pike (Route 61), Muhlenberg Township.•••Calvary Lutheran Church, Laureldale, will hold a Christmas tea Dec. 3 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. featuring tea tasting, light ref

Eugene Dooley

Monday, November 21, 2016

He is survived by two brothers; two sisters; his wife, Vera; son, Philip (Cintya) Dooley of Phoenix; daughter, Sally Dooley (Ron Hopley) of Tucson and son, Scott (Terri) Dooley of Hereford, Arizona. He has six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 22, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at St. Odilia Catholic Church, 7570 N. Paseo Del Norte, Oro Valley, AZ 85704, with Funeral Mass to follow at 11:00 a.m. Private family inurnment will be at a later date at Southern Arizona Veteran's Memorial Cemetery, Sierra Vista, AZ. Arrangements entrusted to ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel

Oct 14, 2016 at 12:01 AM Oct 14, 2016 at 2:10 PM - Greenwood Democrat

Monday, October 17, 2016

Damson Oil before becoming the President/CEO of Gulfstream Petroleum Corporation in Houston. He then turned his talents and attention to raising and breeding award-winning Hereford cattle through J Bar F Ranch in Normangee, Texas. He served as President of the Texas Hereford Association in 1990, was a member of both the Army and Marine Corps Reserves, and was an elder and long-time member of the North Madison Church of Christ in Madisonville, Texas. He was a caring and faithful husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who loved his family, his church, Oklahoma Sooner football, military history, good westerns, and Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla ice cream.He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Myra; his son, Steve Ward and wife Margaret of Huntsville, Texas; his son, David Ward and wife Priscilla of Bastrop, Texas; his daughter, Wendy Ward Lair and husband Craig of Little Rock, Arkansas; six grandchildren – Sarah Ward King (James), Caitlin Ward, Nicholas Ward, Brandon Pugel (Elizabeth), Cooper Lair, and Sophie Lair; and three great-grandchildren – Jayden Pugel, J.J. King, and Abigail King.The family will receive friends from 10:00 AM till 11:00 AM on Monday, October 10, 2016 at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home in Huntsville, Texas. His funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, October 10, 2016 in the chapel at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home in Huntsville, Texas. There will be a graveside service at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at Liberty Cemetery in Greenwood, Arkansas.As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be made to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund or the National Stroke Association.Full obituary may be viewed and memorial condolences made to the family at www.shmfh.com.

Famed Wyoming conservationist Tom Bell dies in Lander - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Monday, September 05, 2016

Lander.“He was a really popular science teacher,” Winters said.Bell, his wife Muriel and their six children lived on a ranch, where they raised short-horned Herefords. It was around this time he started the outdoor council, his nephew said. Bell was upset by the shootings and poisonings of eagles by fellow ranchers.“He wanted to stand up for a stronger conservation effort in the state,” Winters said.The conservationist also started a newspaper that would become High Country News. Bell bought a preexisting newsletter that featured stories on camping and outdoor recreation. As it became a publication focusing on conservation and environmental topics, Bell faced resistance. He received death threats. One time, his sister overheard a man at a restaurant say he’d like to kill Bell “because he was getting in the way of what they saw as their untrammeled rights to do whatever they wanted on public property,” Winters said.The Bell family moved to Halfway, Oregon, because, Winters speculated, Bell “wanted the idyllic ranching life he remembered from being a kid.”The family moved back to Lander in the 1980s to be near Bell’s parents. He became interested in documenting the history of the area, especially the experiences of pioneer families.Bell was always interested in politics, Winters said, and had once considered running for governor. He enjoyed discussing state and national politics into old age.He won the National Wildlife Federation’s Award for Conservationist of the Year in 2002. Earlier this year, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Wyoming — the school’s highest award.Gary Wilmot, executive director of the Wyoming Outdoor Council, said Bell inspired a generation of conservationists not just in Wyoming but throughout the West. Bell spurred others to take a stand for what they believed in, Wilmot said.“We lost a pretty amazing guy,” he said. “But at the same time, I think, Tom inspired hundreds more to step into the fray and fight for the things that matter most to people in Wyoming.”Bell also knew conservation was possible only if people worked together, Wilmot said. The organization he created was originally called the Wyoming Outdoor Coordinating Council.Winters said his uncle “established credibility and a home for people who shared his kind of belief of living in partnership with the land and trying to make humanity’s future a long-term endeavor.”But, Winters said, Bell worried toward end of his life that society would not change enough to make a positive impact on the environment.“I think he would want his legacy to be that people really wake u

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Tyler Morning Telegraph - Death and Funeral Notices for March 17 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, March 27, 2017

Co., Tyler. ERMA KENNEDY, 99, Van; Visitation 6-8 p.m. Friday at Hilliard Funeral Home. Funeral service 10 a.m. Saturday at Hilliard Funeral Home, Van. ARTHUR JEAN MCKINNEY, 89, Bullard, formerly of Hereford; Funeral service 2 p.m. Saturday at Highland Presbyterian Church. Tyler Memorial Funeral Home. CATHERINE (FLOURNOY) MILTON, 87, Tyler; Funeral service noon Saturday at North Star Missionary Baptist Church. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler. BONNIE BELL FORT PORTER, 76, Gilmer; Visitation 3-7 p.m. Fri­day at Turner Brothers Mortuary. Funeral service 2 p.m. Saturday at Gilgal Baptist Church. Turner Brothers Mortuary, Gilmer. BUD PRITCHARD, 88, Tyler; Visitation will follow service at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home. Funeral service 10 a.m. Saturday at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler. SABRINA RENE ROBERTSON, 46, Tyler; Viewing Friday at Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors. Funeral service 1 p.m. at Jones Valley Church of God in Christ. Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors, Tyler. GLENDA SHAVER SCROGGINS, 67, of Palestine; Visitation 6-8 p.m. Friday at Herrington/Land of Memory Funeral Home. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Herrington/Land of Memory Funeral ROBERT LAMONT SHERMAN, 44, Bullard; Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Peoples Baptist Church. Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors, Tyler. CECIL MATTHEW SPAIN JR., 31, Ben Wheeler; Visitation 1-3 p.m. Friday at Hilliard Funeral Home. Graveside service 2 p.m. Saturday at Bascom Cemetery. Hilliard Funeral Home, Van. GERALD DEE THOMAS, 83, Tyler; Memorial service 2 p.m. Saturday at Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler. JESSIE WAYNE WILLIAMS, 61, Arp; Viewing 1-7 p.m. with visitation 7-8 p.m. Friday at Community Funeral Home of Tyler. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Hopewell CME, Arp. Community Funeral Home of Tyler. LOLA FAYE (DORSEY) WILLIAMS, 80, Tyler; Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Whitehouse COGIC. Community Funeral Home of Tyler. LILIANA NICOLE YANEZ, 12, Henderson; Visitation 5-8 p.m. Friday at St. Jude’s Catholic Church. Funeral service 10 a.m. Satur­day at St. Jude’s Catholic Church. Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home, Henderson.

Dalone “Bobby” Swartz - Ozark Radio News

Monday, November 21, 2016

Mr. Swartz passed away at 2:40 p.m., Saturday, November 5, 2016 at his home.He was born August 3, 1945, at York, Pennsylvania, to Howard Swartz and Sylvia Elizabeth Fishel Swartz.  He graduated from Hereford High School, Parkton, Maryland and on September 5, 1964, he was married in Baltimore County, Maryland, to Joan Cooper.  He enjoyed farming, building, restoring equipment and loved traveling. Before his retirement, Mr. Swartz was employed with John Deere Distribution Center, formerly of Timonium, Maryland and Harley-Davidson, York, Pennsylvania.  He was a former member of Stablers United Methodist Church, Parkton, Maryland, Green Mount United Methodist Church, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania and a current member of Union Grove General Baptist Church, Crider, Missouri.He is survived by his wife of fifty-two years, Joan Swartz, of the family home; his canine buddy, Spanky; two brothers, including William Swartz and wife, Pat, Boaz, Alabama; brother-in-law, Lewis Cooper and wife, Janice, Conyers, Georgia, special cousin, Joe Woodring and wife, Ann, York, Pennsylvania; special friends, Don Albright, Dover, Pennsylvania and Amy and Ron Gantz, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania; and four nieces and four nephews.His parents and beloved brother Donald Swartz, Sr. preceded him in death.Memorial contributions may be made to Union Grove Cemetery or St. Jude’s Children’s

Tributes for Nov. 4 - Greeley Tribune

Monday, November 07, 2016

Margaret Melton Hohn and Fredrick Stull in Greeley. She graduated from Ault High School in 1962.In May 1963, she married Richard Sidwell and they began ranching in Carr, Colo., raising registered Hereford cattle and kids. During this time she became involved in the Hereford Association gaining lifelong friendships and memories. Richard and Kathy later divorced in 1979.Kathy was a very determined, hardworking and talented person. Her wish was to own a farm and country store. In 2000, she bought her farm south of Fromberg. She built the Country Merchantile store to sell her pumpkins, her famous angel food cakes and various other baked goods and craft items becoming known as the “Pumpkin Lady.”Kathy loved trips to the mountains, playing in the snow and spending time at Joe and Kandin’s ranch. Many hours were spent gathering pods for projects, berries for jam and helping Kandin with her bottle babies during calving.We will take Kathy on her final trip to her favorite mountains in Estes Park next summer to celebrate her life with family and friends.We are so thankful for the wonderful care and compassion of the Heritage Acres staff. They showed their love for her everyday and held her hand right up to the end.Kathy is survived by her three children, Douglas Sidwell, Kandin (Joe) Luther and Tammi (Curtis) Fladager; three grandsons; one great-grandson and many very special friends.Memorials may be made in memory of Kathy to the Big Horn County Museum or the Heritage Acres Nursing Home activity fund.Bullis Mortuary has been entrusted with the arrangements.Carolina TorresFeb. 6, 1935-Oct. 30, 2016Age: 81Residence: Greeleyp class="GDT-G

Fred Darrell Ward - Greenwood Democrat

Monday, October 31, 2016

Damson Oil before becoming the President/CEO of Gulfstream Petroleum Corporation in Houston. He then turned his talents and attention to raising and breeding award-winning Hereford cattle through J Bar F Ranch in Normangee, Texas. He served as President of the Texas Hereford Association in 1990, was a member of both the Army and Marine Corps Reserves, and was an elder and long-time member of the North Madison Church of Christ in Madisonville, Texas. He was a caring and faithful husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who loved his family, his church, Oklahoma Sooner football, military history, good westerns, and Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla ice cream.He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Myra; his son, Steve Ward and wife Margaret of Huntsville, Texas; his son, David Ward and wife Priscilla of Bastrop, Texas; his daughter, Wendy Ward Lair and husband Craig of Little Rock, Arkansas; six grandchildren – Sarah Ward King (James), Caitlin Ward, Nicholas Ward, Brandon Pugel (Elizabeth), Cooper Lair, and Sophie Lair; and three great-grandchildren – Jayden Pugel, J.J. King, and Abigail King.The family will receive friends from 10:00 AM till 11:00 AM on Monday, October 10, 2016 at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home in Huntsville, Texas. His funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, October 10, 2016 in the chapel at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home in Huntsville, Texas. There will be a graveside service at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at Liberty Cemetery in Greenwood, Arkansas.As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be made to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund or the National Stroke Association.Full obituary may be viewed and memorial condolences made to the family at www.shmfh.com.