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Brown Funeral Home

305 South 5th Street
Clarendon, AR 72029
(870) 734-3311
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Neal and Sons Bob Funeral Homes

292 Madison Street
Clarendon, AR 72029
(870) 747-3704
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Wellington's Tellez, Williams lead Class 2A squad -

Monday, February 06, 2017

What’s not to like about 2016 Class 2A football in the Texas Panhandle?Start with District 2-2A Division II where Wellington (13-2), Memphis (11-2) and Clarendon (8-3) combined to go 32-7 and entered week nine of the regular season with two losses between the trio of teams.How about the rugged world of District 1-2A Division I?That’s where district champion Stratford gained respect statewide by being ranked in the top five of pre-season polls, while playoff teams Panhandle and West Texas High opened eyes with the Panthers all-around toughness and WT giving New Deal more than it wanted in a bi-district loss.Vega, under coach Jason Porton, kept things rolling winning back-to-back district championships led by the play of District 1-2A Division II most valubale player Tyler Long (quarterback/linebacker).Farwell, under coach Daniel Brittain, went 10-2 winning the District 3-2A Division II title and making the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year.But the highlight in 2A was the play of coach Wade Williams and his Wellington Skyrockets.Wellington reached the state semifinals with a suffocating defense and the all-around play of Jose Tel

Opposition mounts to VA's plan for Crown Hill columbarium - Indianapolis Business Journal

Monday, September 26, 2016

The columbarium is set to be built on the northern border of the 555-acre cemetery. That section runs along 42nd Street between Clarendon Road and Michigan Road.But the group, backed by the Indiana Forest Alliance, hopes to stop the development and is asking Indiana’s U.S. senators and representatives to intercede.“What would stop this project is enough political pressure for them to reconsider it,” Alliance spokeswoman Anne Laker said.The site is home to dozens of 300-year-old trees, Laker said, including a potentially 500-year-old bur oak, which would be replaced with 2-inch caliper trees.The VA was set to begin accepting bids on the project by the end of the year, but a timeline for construction now is unclear.A spokesman for the VA’s National Cemetery Administration said “everything is on hold” until the VA addresses the concerns.The Butler Tarkington Neighborhood Association is hosting a meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Martin Luther King Community Center at 40 W. 40th St. A VA official from Washington, D.C., is expected to attend, the spokesman said.Also, the Indiana Forest Alliance will host its own meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the same location.“Everyone supports veterans having ways to be remembered, but, to us, this is kind of a failure of imagination,” Laker said. “Isn’t there another way to honor veterans rather than cutting down trees?”This isn’t the first time

Lula Mae Brooks Edmond - Manning Live

Monday, September 05, 2016

Baker September 4, 2016 3:20 pmLast Updated: September 3, 2016 at 11:24 pmLula Mae Brooks Edmond, 101, died Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, at George Washington Medical Center in Washington, D.C.Born in Clarendon County, she was a daughter of the late John Brooks and Ella Richardson Brooks.The family will receive friends at the home of her sister-in-law, Hester Pearson, and niece, Jeanette Pearson Boatwright, 1615 M.W. Rickenbaker Road in Davis Station.Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Summerton Funeral Home LLC.

Deaths Summary for Thursday, August 25, 2016 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, August 29, 2016

Kingstree Chapel.COX, Kenneth R., 60, of Columbia, a car industry employee and electrician, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Caughman-Harman’s Lexington Chapel.GRAY, Fred, 75, of Manning, a Clarendon County retiree and husband of Lottie Gray, died Monday. Arrangements by Henryhand’s Kingstree Chapel.HOLTZ, Rae R., 100, of Washington, D.C., formerly of Charleston, S.C., a widow of Arnold H. Holtz, died Aug. 4. Arrangements by Gawler’s Sons Funeral Home of Washington, D.C.MIXON, Annie Laurie, 90, of Beaufort, widow of Thomas Mixon, died Monday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.NIXON, Jack Byron, 85, of Myrtle Beach, a National Guard veteran, Army veteran, retired Army Reserve colonel, retired energy management director with Santee Cooper and husband of Irma Nixon, died Tuesday. Arrangements by McMillan-Small Funeral Home.PADGETT, Patricia Gail Ashley, of Hampton, wife of Robert Padgett, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home.RABON, Linda Sue Bagwell, 59, of Eutawville, wife of Jimmie W. Rabon, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.RICKENBAKER, Barbara Ann, of West Columbia, a medical surgical nurse, private duty nurse and wife of David A. Rickenbaker, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Moseley Funeral Home.SAULS, Jeffrey Lee, 57, of Varnville died Saturday. Arrangements by Brice Herndon’s Varnville-Hampton Chapel of Varnville.WEATHERFORD, Sandra K., 72, of St. Matthews, a former teacher’s aide, employee of Bill Wise Printers and Russell Stover and wife of Calvin Weatherford, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.

Bobby Miller, New Zion - Kingstree News

Monday, August 15, 2016

AME Church of New Zion. Burial, directed by Henryhand Funeral Home, followed at Howard Chapel AME Church Cemetery of New Zion.Mr. Miller died Tuesday, August 2, 2016. He was born June 22, 1937, in Clarendon County, the son of the late John Wesley Miller and Annie Fleming Miller. Two sisters, Mary Lee Miller and Beulah Miller, preceded him in death. He received his formal education from Walker-Gamble School. He was a member of Howard Chapel AME Church. He was married to the late Ruby Mae Player Miller. Two children, Lewis Miller and Ruby Lee Miller Rush, preceded him in death.Survivors are: two sons, Charles L. Miller (Juanita) of New Zion; and Joe Miller of Turberville; one daughter, Helen Miller of Sumter; one sister, Marjorie Burgess (John J.) of Kingstree; 12 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

Heller: 'Sleeping Lucy': Montpelier's clairvoyant doctor - Barre Montpelier Times Argus

Monday, August 01, 2016

According to Achsa Sprague the couple lived briefly in Moriah, New York, and then Fair Haven and Clarendon Springs, Vermont. In 1848, when her husband’s health declined they relocated to Reading, Vermont, to manage an inn at Hammondsville, a village in Reading. Their daughter, Julia, was born there in 1851. After her husband died from typhoid fever, Lucy continued her practice and, according to Sprague, had a large following. Sprague, who met her about this time, wrote in an 1855 newspaper: “I have been personally acquainted with this lady for the past year, and have, as yet, vainly endeavored to find the precise position she occupies with regard to Clairvovant mediums. I have questioned her when clairvoyant about spirits, but she repeatedly says she knows nothing about them, can follow them until they leave the body, but no further.”This is in direct contrast to Achsa Sprague’s practice as a spiritualist who made a career of mediumship, contacting the dead for clients throughout the country. Ms. Sprague, who lived in nearby Plymouth, very likely met Lucy after she and Charles moved to nearby Hammondsville. It was there that she made a great impression on another great mystic. Mary Baker Eddy, who was later to gain fame as the founder of the Christian Science Church. Georgine Milmine’s biography of Eddy states that she had “pinned her faith to a famous clairvoyant called “Sleeping Lucy. Lucy Cook possessed what she called a ‘gift of nature,’ by means of which she passed into a sleep or trance and was able, when in this sleeping state, to diagnose cases of sickness and to prescribe remedies for them. Mrs. Eddy’s faith in Sleeping Lucy was profound, and whenever any of her family were ill, she bundled them up and took them to see the clairvoyant.”With the death of Charles in 1860, Lucy Ainsworth Cooke, with daughter, Julia, moved to Montpelier, about 13 miles from the village where she was born. According to Dorman Kent, “for 16 years, until 1876 she lived in the house owned and occupied by Frank Barrett, and any grown person who had never heard of “Sleeping Lucy” was born deaf.” Kent remarked, “the Calais Ainsworths were usually all a bit peculiar and doubtless she was, but the clairvoyant performances she long did were all but bey

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Marion Ronald Coker Sr. -- New Zion - The Times and Democrat

Monday, February 20, 2017

Marion Ronald Coker Sr., 73, of New Zion, passed away Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, at McLeod Health Clarendon after an illness.A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Turbeville Southern Methodist Church, with burial in Gibbons Cemetery of New Zion, directed by Floyd Funeral Home of Olanta. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10, at the funeral home.Born in Clarendon County, he was a son of the late Walker Rudolph Coker and Arlie Nettles Coker. He was a retired owner and operator of IGA grocery store, a former firefighter, a Gideon, and a member of Manning Baptist Temple.He was preceded in death by a daughter, Lynn H. Baird; two brothers, Alpha and Allen Coker. Sign up to get each day's obituaries sent to your email inbox .whatcounts-form-container.well { padding-bottom: 5px; } .whatcounts-form-container .left-col, .whatcounts-form-container .right-col{ float: left; width: 100%; max-width: 345px; } .whatcounts-form-container .left-col{ margin-right: 20px; } .whatcounts-f

Cresco Marine dies in South Carolina crash | Local News ... - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Monday, October 24, 2016

South Carolina last week.Cpl. Jarek Burke, 22, who was serving in the U.S. Marine Corps and stationed at Camp Lajeune, N.C., died in an Oct. 3 crash on Interstate 95 in Clarendon County outside near Summerton, S.C.The collision also killed the other driver, 48-year-old Stephen Wayne Shaw of Florence, S.C., a former Marine who operated an addiction recovery center called Owl’s Nest, according to Shaw’s obituary.The accident remains under investigation by the South Carolina Highway Patrol.According to the Highway Patrol, the accident happened shortly after 2 a.m. Oct. 3 near mile marker 109 in the northbound lanes of Interstate 95. One of the vehicles was traveling south in the northbound lanes, but it wasn’t clear which one.One of the drivers was traveling in a 2016 Nissan Versa and died at the scene. The other was driving a 2015 Nissan Murano and was taken to Clarendon Memorial Hospital where he later died.Visitation for Burke will be 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Lindstrom Funeral Home in Cresco. Graveside services will be Friday at Calvary Cemetery in Cresco.