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Pine Crest Memorial Park

7401 Highway 5 North
Alexander, AR 72002
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Nathan Weber - Bismarck Tribune

Monday, May 01, 2017

John Mathias, Chase Michael and Ashlyn Marie; his parents Ken and Linda Weber, Devils Lake; his grandmothers Catherine Weber, Devils Lake and Amelia Schmitt, Towner; and his sisters Kristy Wishinsky, Alexander, and Kelsey Weber, Grand Forks. (Gilbertson Funeral Home, Devils Lake)

Obituary: Former Long Island Couple Die In Georgia Fire -

Monday, May 01, 2017

Joseph is survived by his brother, Philip G. Kneer of Bay Shore. He was predeceased by his parents.Phyllis was born to Alexander Stadtmiller and Agnes (nee Moran) Stadtmiller in Central Islip. She had a doctorate degree in education and taught 5th grade for 20 years in the Smithtown Central School District. She later taught education at San Diego State University. Phyllis was a talented artist and was a member of the Rabun County Artists Guild. She was an excellent cook, and her paintings and recipes are cherished by her daughters. She is survived by her two sisters, Helen Reilly and Carol Michaud, both of Arizona. She was predeceased by her parents and her sister Muriel Brown.Phyllis and Joseph are survived by their three daughters and their families, Linda Uckert and her husband Kevin of Hackettstown, N.J. ; Kathryn VanDyke and her husband Bob, of Islip; and Bonnie Griffin of Tempe, Ariz. In addition, they are survived by three grandchildren, Kaitlyn (and Tyler) Breiner of Los Angeles, Calif.; Kyle Uckert of Tujunga, Calif; and Thomas Uckert of Portland, Ore.A private memorial service was held in New York.Photo and info via Beck Funeral Home Get free real-time news alerts from the Smithtown Patch.

Arkansas family highlights 'demon and disease' of addiction in son's obituary - THV 11

Monday, May 01, 2017

Opiate Addiction Resource or SAMHSA’s National Helpline.Read Nicholas' obituary below:January 7, 1994 - April 14, 2017Nicholas Alexander Kellar, age 23, of Little Rock, died of an accidental overdose on Friday, April 14, 2017, following a long, hard battle with addiction. He was born January 7, 1994 at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He was the son of Rory and Suzanne Tipton. He attended Arkansas Baptist High School until transferring to Maumelle High School for his senior year. He was baptized at Geyer Springs First Baptist. He was only 23 years old and should have had a long life adventure ahead of him. We write this not to dishonor his memory, but to shine a light on this epidemic that is ruining so many young adult lives.Nicholas was unconditionally loved by his family. He was a sweet young man and once you knew him, you would never forget him. Outwardly he looked like he had it all; intelligence, love, talent, beautiful brown eyes and blonde hair. His smile that people smile with him. He was fun, had well thought out opinions, and could match wits with anyone. His fashion sense was definitely unique, but he enjoyed his wild shoes and endless collection of flat billed hats. Inwardly, however, Nicholas was fighting deep depression and dealt with pain, fatigue and repeated illness brought on by an immunity disorder. We loved him with all our hearts, but it was not enough to protect him from this world.He had the potential to accomplish anything he wanted, but drugs crept into his life around the age of 15. Around the same time, he was diagnosed with an immune disorder that resulted in repeated illnesses and required frequent antibody infusions. Once the patterns of drug abuse emerged, we tried everything we knew to help him. Nicholas fought hard to beat his addiction, but I am not sure that even he understood the internal demons that were beating him down. He did know that his family and friends would do (and did) anything that might help including hospitalization, rehab, counseling, and finally suboxone treatment.For two years, it appeared the battle was won and we again had our beautiful, smart, sweet, funny, and loving son that liked twisted movies, music, engaging with others and enjoyed life. He was figuring out what he wanted to do in this life and was working on a business degree at Pulaski Tech. He was looking forward to our next ski trip (he loved snowboarding).Unfortunately, relapse rates with opioids are extremely high and deadly. That addiction, along with depression, was more than he could overcome. Understand, this addiction is NOT who Nicholas was, but it is a disease that people need to know about and fight. He was our son, grandson, brother, and our life – and he mattered.Instead of an ambiguous “died suddenly at home” we opted for openness by honestly saying “died of an accidental overdose” in order to publicly expose the demon and disease of addiction that will continue to hit so many families.I struggle with understanding God’s purpose in the death of my beautiful son, but maybe if even one person is positively affected by his story then this unbearable loss will make more sense.See Nicholas' full obituary here.© 2017 KTHV-TV

Lake Murray boat crash victims were dedicated outdoorsmen - The State

Monday, May 01, 2017

That’s when he really changed. He started realizing his life was not his own but belonged to God. He started realizing he needed to make some changes.” Lexington resident Ronnie Alexander knew Danny Phillips since they played soccer together at Spring Valley High School, where Phillips was known for being a jokester. “You want to have fun and not take it 100 percent serious,” said Alexander, 39. “If (Danny) wasn’t out there, it just wasn’t the same.” Alexander knew his friend and teammate was an avid outdoorsman, and said he often had people over to cook what he caught. Once he even tricked Alexander into trying squirrel. “Animals you normally wouldn’t think of eating,” he said, laughing. “He always sent you home with bags of fish, squirrel, frog legs.” ‘The life of the party’Lanier graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2011 with a degree in biology, a USC spokesman said. Before that, he played baseball in high school and for USC-Sumter, according to his obituary, part of which was written by his sister, Blythe Lanier. “I am finding some sort of peace in knowing God will give you all the deer, turkeys and fish in his heaven,” she wrote, adding that in looking at people’s social media posts about her brother, it was difficult to find a picture of her brother not smiling. “He simply was the life of the party,” she wrote. “The party around here just won’t ever be the same without him.” The last time multiple people died at the same time on Lake Murray was in May 2010, when four people were killed in two separate boating accidents. Steven Kranendonk of Irmo was released from prison in January after his conviction in Richland County for reckless homicide in a crash that killed two women in one of those collisions, state probation officials said Monday. Kranendonk served nearly half of a 10-year sentence, with one day forgiven for each day served without disciplinary problem, officials said.Two of his requests for parole were denied before his release three months ago, officials said.In the other crash, Steven Miller was sentenced to 18 months probation and assigned 120 hours of community service after pleading guilty to breach of the peace in a September 2014 plea settlement.Two friends riding on the boat Miller drove died in the crash. Relatives of both victims urged leniency, calling it a tragedy among friends.Funeral servicesServices for longtime friends Mark Daniel Phillips and Christopher Shawn Lanier will be held hours apart on Thursday.Lanier’s service is scheduled for 3 p.m. at Fair Lawn United Methodist Church, 9203 Wilson Boulevard in Columbia. Rev. Scott Bratton is officiating.Phillips’ sevice will be 6:30 p.m. at Sandy Level Baptist Church, 408 Blythewood Road in Blythewood. Rev. Dan Tuggy is officiating.

AnnaLee (Bates) Flynn - Daily Ardmoreite

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

WILSON — Funeral services for AnnaLee (Bates) Flynn, 53, of Wilson are scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday, April 13, 2017, at Alexander Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jason Williams officiating. Interment will follow to Bomar Point Cemetery.AnnaLee was born on Aug. 30, 1963, at Ardmore to Floy E. (Walker) Bates and the late Billy D. Bates Sr. She departed from this life on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at Wilson.AnnaLee was raised in Wilson graduating from Wilson High School in 1981. She married Bobby Charles Flynn May 21, 1982, at the First Baptist Church of Wilson. They remained in Wilson and were blessed with two boys. AnnaLee worked most of the years caring for others at nursing homes and hospitals. She worked for Mercy for 26 years and then home health and presently was providing care for her grandmother. AnnaLee loved camping, fishing, playing games and was an avid OU football fan. She was looking forward to seeing her first grandbaby in July.Preceding her in death was her father, Billy Bates Sr. March 5, 2006.AnnaLee is survived by her husband, Bobby of the home; sons, James Flynn and John Flynn, both of

Alexandra (Alex) Murillo - Scottsbluff Star Herald

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Day, make-up connoisseur, and music lover who intensely loved time with her family. She was a selfless caretaker who would do anything for the people she loved.She is survived by her son, Liam Alexander, the light of her life; her parents, Thomas and Flora; siblings: Amanda (Marcus) Cuellar, Rebekah Murillo, Thomas (Danica) Murillo and Maggie Murillo; her nieces and nephews: Adrian, Liliana, Sophia, and Lucas Cuellar, Gabriel Murillo, Tayden Marquez, Thomas Murillo, and “fur-nephew”, Gator; paternal grandparents, Valentino and Mary Lou Murillo; and an abundance of aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Matilde and Irma Palomo, her Aunt Valerie, Uncle John, TÍo Rick and niece Graciela.Her celebration of Life will be held at Christ the King Catholic Church in Gering, Nebraska. The mass of Christian burial will be at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday April 19th. The vigil will be held at 6:30 p.m. on April 18th. She was deeply loved and will be severely missed by everyone whose soul she touched. “In my life, I loved you more.” – The BeatlesA memorial fund has been established for her son, Liam Murillo, at U.S. Bank.Tributes of sympathy may be left at Gering Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }

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Jamison 'Jamie' Wahlstrom - Billings Gazette

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Jamison “Jamie” Wahlstrom, 26, of rural Alexander, ND and Billings, passed away early Sunday morning, June 4, 2017, of injuries sustained in a car accident near Cartwright, ND. Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home of Williston.  Friends may sign the on-line register and give their condolences at www.fulkersons.comHis funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, June 9, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Williston, ND.  Fr. Brian Gross will celebrate the mass. A Rosary and Vigil service will be held at the church on Thursday evening, June 8, at 7 p.m.  Interment will be in the Camp Creek Cemetery, northwest of Alexander.Friends may call at the Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home in Williston on Thursday from 9-5 p.m., and at the church one hour prior to the Rosary and Vigial and one hour prior to the mass.

June 9, 2017 - WJHnews

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Peggy June Steedley Lynn, on April 23, 2016. He was also preceded in death by his parents Barney Lincoln Lynn and Mary Etta Moody Lynn, and a brother Lewis Alexander Lynn.He was a long-time and faithful member of Calvary Baptist Church, the Senior Men’s Sunday School class and had served on numerous church committees.He had served with the United States Army in Japan and was an avid fisherman, photographer, and loved woodworking, building cabinets and furniture.He retired as a machinist with the CSX Railroad after 43 years of service.Survivors include two sons, Ronny Lynn (wife Mary Ann), of Waycross, and Steven Lynn (wife Anitra), of Barney, four grandchildren, Ashley Strickland (husband Chris), of Jesup, Jamie Ray (husband Michael), of Waycross, Bryon Lynn (wife Tracy), of Thomasville, and Trevis Guy (wife Leslie), of Waverly, 13 grandchildren, a sister, Betty Lynn Bobbitt, of Redondo Beach, Calif., and nieces, nephews and other relatives.Memorial donations may be made in his memory to Calvary Baptist Church, 1622 Gibbs St., Waycross, Ga. 31503.A funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Music Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.Members of the Senior Men’s Sunday School class of Calvary Baptist Church are asked to gather at the chapel at 2:30 p.m. Sunday to serve as honorary pallbearers.The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Satur

Briefly The Wire - The Register-Guard

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Masters on Monday.All six seeded players in action at the first big clay-court event of the season progressed to the second round: No. 12 Robert Bautista Agut, No. 13 Pablo Carreno Busta, No. 14 Alexander Zverev, No. 15 Albert Ramos-Vinolas, and No. 16 Pablo Cuevas. — News service reportsRead more #(##class(csp.rg.assets.methods.category).catName(gStory.story.subCategoryId))# articles here.-- More Briefly articles »

Funeral Services Set For Russell Alexander, Church Deacon, Purple Heart Recipient -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

MANCHESTER, NJ — Funeral services have been set for Russell C. Alexander, a church deacon who lived in Iselin for many years and in Whiting, according to Costello-Runyon Funeral Home of Iselin.Mr. Alexander passed away Saturday at the VA New Jersey Health Care System facility in Lyons. He was 93.Born in Newark, Mr. Alexander lived in Iselin for many years before moving to Whiting. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and received two Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star.Mr. Alexander was one of the first ordained deacons at St. Cecelia's Church in Iselin, receiving ordination in 1981. He was a chaplain at the Menlo Park Veterans Home and a deacon at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Whiting. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 3639, where he was a Fourth-Degree Knight.Mr. Alexander was a tool-and-die maker for Edison Mold and Tool in Kenilworth, retiring in 1983, and later owned and operated a printing shop for many years in Iselin.He is predeceased by his daughter, Dorinda Alexander, who died in 2014. Surviving are his w