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Cromwell Funeral Home

600 East Saint Louis Street
Hamburg, AR 71646
(870) 853-5000
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302 East Lincoln Street
Hamburg, AR 71646
(870) 853-5252
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Town Crier: Family Stuff - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Annual Father’s Day -- A Celebration of Families event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, at Washington Park. The free event features inflatables, kid activities, and a BBQ featuring hamburgers, snow cones, and cotton candy. Partner organizations will have the opportunity to connect with families while providing interactive activities for children. The Father’s Day Event is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development initiative that aims to strengthen the bond between children and their fathers. The whole community is invited to attend the celebration as we celebrate all types of families.For more information on the 5th Annual Father’s Day event or to host a booth, please contact Brandy Smouse, CHA Community Development Coordinator at 266-1388 x16 or bsmouse@chaoffice.org.Afternoon Book ClubAn afternoon book discussion, sponsored by the Natrona County Library, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, at Metro Coffee Co. Participants will discuss "Life As We Knew It" by Susan Beth Pfeffer. The group is open to teens in grades 7-8, and new members are always welcome. Participants receive a free drink, courtesy of the Friends of the Library. To participate, pick up a copy of "Life As We Knew It" in the library's Teen Zone. Call 577.READ x101 for more information.VBS at Calvary BaptistVacation Bible School is coming up at Calvary Baptist Church, 1800 S. Conwell. The theme this year is "Join the Ranks!" June 19 through 22, Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. Vacation Bible School is for kindergarten through 6th grade. There will be refreshments, relay races, tricks, prizes and lots of fun. If there are any questions, please call the church office at 266-5417.Summer hours at libraryContinuing throughout the summer, the Natrona County Library will be open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Sundays. Call 577.READ for more information.Free Wyoming state parks passesExplore Wyoming for free by checking out a Wyoming State Parks pass at the Natrona County Library. The Check-Out State Parks Library Program is an initiative providing youth and families the opportunity to visit and experience Wyoming’s state parks, historic sites, and trails for free. Wyoming State Parks backpacks and park passes are checked out together, for up to two weeks. Park passes provide day-use entry into any state park or historic site while backpacks include educational materials to inspire learning and adventure. Call 577-READ ext. 2 or email reference@natronacountylibrary.org for more information.Summer hours at Bishop HomeAs school ends and summer begins, the Bishop Home, 818 E. 2nd St., will participate in the 2017 Casper Museum Consortium Passport program. The emphasis this year is the Wool Growing business, one of Casper’s first industries that continues to sustain the economy today. Marvin L. Bishop began his wool growing career in 1898 and served as president of the Wyoming Wool Growers for over 15 years. Visit the Historic Bishop Home, located at 818 East 2nd Street, to learn more about the industry and get your passport stamped. The summer hours are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, check out the website, www.cadomafoundation.org or follow the Historic Bishop Home on the Cadoma Foundation’s Facebook page. The Cadoma Foundation is a Wyoming nonprofit that owns and operates the home. Admission is $2 per person; $5 for a family of four.Launching Little Learners: Tiny TotsIt’s never too early to introduce your baby or toddler to the wonderful world of books and reading. Together you will discover the joy of songs, finger plays, simple books and b

Joseph Burton Wiley Jr., 97, engineer and sportsman, longtime Bedminster resident - New Jersey Hills

Monday, March 06, 2017

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 29, at the Church of St. John on the Mountain, 379 Mount Harmony Road, Bernardsville.Private interment will be at Hardyston Cemetery, Hamburg. Arrangements are by the Varcoe-Thomas Funeral Home, Doylestown, Pa.For more information visit http://www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com/.

Carolyn Cornwall Carr 2/15/17 - Tremonton Leader

Monday, February 20, 2017

They served in the LDS Church Employment Office in Brigham City, Utah, they were Camp Directors at the Cinnamon Creek Camp, CES missionaries in the Hamburg, Germany mission, and as missionaries in the Georgia, Atlanta Mission. They also served as temple workers in the Brigham City and Ogden LDS temples.Carolyn is survived by her beautiful children: Chad (Alison) Carr, Heidi Yantes-Houghtalen, Bunni (Tom) Morris, Nathan (Laura) Carr, Shalain (Dave) Griffin, Tyler (Jenny) Carr, Shaun (Lynette) Carr, Joshua (Melinda) Carr, Amanda (Dave) VanDyke, Bambi Carr, and Jonathan (Danielle) Carr; Siblings: Barbara Nelson, Dixie (John) Baxter, Jean Cornwall and Steven Cornwall Peluaga. She was also blessed with 47 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her oldest son, Cody Bruce Carr; her son-in-law, Bryan Richard Yantes; her granddaughter, Jennifer Caroline Carr.  Parents: Chauncey and Mae Cornwall; Siblings: Henry and Lola Peluaga; Boyd and Cheryl Marble, CM (Red) and Joyce Cornwall, Stuart and Charlene Cornwall, LaMont Nelson, and Douglas Cornwall.Funeral Services were held Saturday, Feb. 11, at 11 a.m., at the Mantua Ward Chapel, 237 S. Willard Peak Rd. Family and friends were able to call Friday evening, Feb. 10, from 5-7 p.m., at the Myers Mortuary, 205 South 100 East Brigham City, Utah and Saturday morning at the Mantua Ward Chapel from 9:30-10:30 a.m.  Interment was in the Mantua Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the LDS Missionary Fund.Email condolences to the family at www.myers-mortuary.com

Battling hunger in Brandon - Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Monday, January 09, 2017

Linda can put it where it needs to go and fill the shelves with whatever the shelves need to be filled with.” Chadley Crull said.With the funds, Weber said she purchases meats and produce like hamburger, lunch meat, pork loins, frozen pizzas, French fries and other food from Sunshine Foods to go along with canned food and other items at the pantry.“We have everything a grocery store has, and we like to purchase our meats at Sunshine,” Weber said. “You’ve got to have some protein, and we know if we purchase meat down there that it’s going to be fantastic and it’s going to be safe.”Local food for local people.“We like that it stays in Brandon and helps people here,” said Sharla Crull. “I don’t know if people understand that Brandon has that need. Sometimes I think that’s forgotten with all the other places you can charitably give, but there really is a need here.”The Crull family relocated to Brandon from northwest Iowa in 1998, and they made the city their home. Chadley is self-employed in the financial services sector, while Sharla is employed at Hanson Logowear in Sioux Falls, she said. Their two oldest children went through the Brandon Valley school system, and their youngest is a senior at the high school this year.“It’s an amazing school system, and we’ve been happy the whole way through,” Sharla Crull said.Weber also has pride in Brandon.“We all love our Brandon,” she said. “The grocery store is very kind to us, the folks in Brandon are, the businesses in Brandon are. I love myself some Brandon. You ask anybody, they’ll tell ya. I love my town.”Brandon Area Food Pantry’s 2016 award winners» Spirit of Giving: Chadley and Sharla Crull; Rob Green and Jordan Mitzel at Hoover’s Martial Arts and Circuit Fitness» Spirit of Caring: Sunshine Breakfast Boys; Phil Schmitz and Jon Salberg at George Boom Funeral HomeRead or Share this story: http://argusne.ws/2iYQ8oi

Robert Henkle

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ortiz & husband Benny of Tulsa, OK, John Henkle & wife Cris of Carterville, MO, and step daughter Michelle Malmstrom of Chicago, IL.Bob’s surviving grandchildren are, Matt Hartz & wife Annika of Hamburg, GermanyTim Hartz & wife Andrea of Clark, MO, Amanda Fierge & husband Shane of Clarksville, TNAna Hartz of Columbia, MO, Danielle Henkle of Joplin, MO, Emily Madsen & husband Steven of Raleigh, NC, Katherine Fitzsimmons & husband Logan of Tulsa, OK, Alexandra Stout & husband Kevin of Tulsa, OK, Benjamin Ortiz, II of Tulsa, OK, Garrison Henkle of Carterville, MO, Colton Henkle of Carterville, MO, Mia Malmstrom of Chicago, IL. Bob’s survivng great grandchildren are Mason Fierge of Clarksville, TN, Liam Fierge of Clarksville, TN, Jeremiah Hartz of Columbia, MO, Olivia Hartz of Columbia, MO, Natalie Stout of Tulsa, OK, Talon Stout of Tulsa, OK, Daxton Stout of Tulsa, OK, Hadley Hartz of Clark, MO, Noah Madsen of Raleigh, NC, and Leah Hartz of Hamburg, Germany. Funeral services for Bob will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday January 2, 2017 at the First United Methodist Church in Grove, Oklahoma, Pastor Randy Hamill will officiate. Serving as Pallbearers will be Benjamin Ortiz, Dick Hauser, Tim Hartz, Kevin Stout, Logan Fitsimmons and Chris Cook. Honorary Pallbearers will be Shane Fierge, Steven Madsen and Matt Hartz. A visitation for Bob will be held from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday January 1, 2017 at the Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home in Grove, Oklahoma. Notes of encouragement for the family may be left at www.honoringmemories.com.In Lieu of flowers donations may be made in Bob’s name to Ronald McDonald House Charities, 6102 S Hudson Ave Tulsa, OK 74136The family would also like to personally thank Good Shepherd Hospice of Grove, Oklahoma for their help during this time. Services are under the direction of Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home, Grove, Oklahoma.

Sonny Wright, who made Peoples the first black-owned bank in Miami-Dade, dies at 81 - Miami Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

Through the 1980s,” Wright recounted how he was inspired to open the Miami eatery.“When I first came here, I recall going into Royal Castle and I made the mistake of sitting down waiting for a hamburger that I was going to take out because I knew that you couldn't eat the hamburger there,” he said.Wright was instructed by a staffer to stand and wait for his food — and then leave with the bagged burger.“That was really an experience that I think a lot of black people have had at one time in their life. I think that the idea really is not so much the ability to eat at a hamburger place, but I think more importantly, to buy one,” Wright said.Said daughter Denise Webster: “He said that was so compelling to him. Though he was embarrassed he couldn’t eat the hamburger, what struck him wasn’t [that] fact … but that he should be able to own the business that produces the hamburger. That way we could revitalize our own communities. That is where he got his whole premise on creating economic empowerment within the community in Overtown.”Cobbling savings from a post office job he’d held in New York, work as a laborer, and tapping friendships he’d made with some local businessmen, Wright opened his own small restaurant. Friends like Cassius Clay (later boxing champ Muhammad Ali) and R&B singer Solomon Burke could be found helping out inside in the 1960s, his wife remembered.“Solomon showed Sonny how to cook, he would take old dishes and he knew how to doctor them up,” Strong-Wright said.“I worked my ass off, but I learned a lot,” Wright told Inc. magazine in 1986. “I met the meat man, the bread man, the jukebox man. They became my advisers. I was getting an education in business administration.”Soon, Wright turned his attention to real estate, left the restaurant business, and started his own firm, Universal Real Estate. By the mid-1970s, he had more than $5 million in sales, Inc. reported.“What I admired about him the most was he did not graduate from high school. He needed one more class to get a high school diploma and he refused to do it. He went on the road called life and the rest is history,” said his wife, a registered nurse who also worked alongside her husband in the real estate business for decades. The couple lived on LaGorce Island in Miami Beach, the first black family on the block, she said.Webster recalled growing up with a father who tried to instill in his three children that same strong sense of self. He would use slogans, some borrowed from friends like Ali, some original, to get his message across.“We had an unusual upbringing,” she said, laughing, as she recalled some of those sayings: “There’s never a bad deal, it’s how you structure a deal.” “Don’t cry when you win. Don’t cry when you lose.”“He would always have these weird sayings and we’d think, ‘What does this have to do with anything?’ And now that we are older, we understand what he was talking about,” Webster said.Not every venture panned out, however. Wright lost control of Peoples National Bank in 1990 when his holding company couldn’t repay a $3.5 million Miami-Dade County loan. The bank folded nine years later when regulators seized it and sold its assets to Boston Bank of Commerce, another black-owned bank.Dorothy Jenkins Fields, historian and founder of the Black Archives, History and Research Foundation of South Florida, said Wright left a formidable footprint in South Florida.“Sonny was an astute businessman. He was skilled in his craft and practiced real estate almost like it was a religi

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COVILLE, Frederick T. - Buffalo News

Monday, June 19, 2017

COVILLE, Frederick T.COVILLE - Frederick T. Of Hamburg, NY, June 17, 2017, beloved husband of Diane Coville; son of the late Frederick and Bertha Coville; brother-in-law of Janice (Dick) Kirk and Bob (Lee) Nitsch; uncle of Vickie Krebs, Joy Regan, Michael (Valerie) Mogavero (their son, Jason), Dee Mogavero, Jaime (Richard) Nigh and Daniel Nitsch. Services will be held in the future, at a date and time to be announced. Arrangements by the ADDISON FUNERAL HOME, INC., Angola, NY.

David Dalecki, 49, dies in car crash on Interstate 95 in Palm Coast - Palm Coast Observer

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Beach will dedicate its station at the First Friday event on April 6 to David Dalecki, who was a longtime Rotary volunteer and had served as the club's grill master. The station will serve hotdogs, hamburgers, sausage and peppers, and funnel cakes, and proceeds from the sales will be donated to the Dalecki family. People who would like to donate can also drop off donations at the Rotary tent that night.

Mary Anne Morrell, 85, of Edgewater: Obituary - Patch.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

EDGEWATER, MD — Mary Anne Morrell, 85, of Edgewater, passed away on Friday, March 3, 2017 after a brief illness. Mary Anne was born on July 20, 1931 to the late Charles and Marianne Boessneck in Hamburg, Pennsylvania.She was a graduate of Bucknell University, Penn Hall and the Katharine Gibbs School. Mary Anne was preceded in death by her husband of 47 years, James F. Morrell.She is survived by her three children, James Morrell of Baltimore, Diane Cullen of Mansfield, MA, and Lisa Morrell of Chicago, IL; two grandchildren, Fredrick Cullen and Krista Morrell; her in-laws, John (Betty) Morrell and Margaret Kearns all both of Syracuse, NY.Friends are invited to celebrate Mary Ann's life on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from 6 to 8 pm at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater.»Information from the George P. Kalas Funeral Home website.

Richard J. Bradish

Monday, February 27, 2017

He was 86.He was the beloved husband of Jean (Bunn) Bradish for 63 years until her death in 2013. Born in Doylestown, he was the son of the late John R. and Laura A. (Hamburg) Bradish. He had earned his Bachelor’s degree from Delaware Valley College, where he had played baseball.While living in New York, Mr. Bradish had owned and operated Bradish Courier Service, retiring in 1985. He and his wife then took over the ownership and operation of Evergreen Acres Christmas Tree Farm, Doylestown. During this time, he also worked in logistics at Penn Engineering & Manufacturing Corporation, Danboro, retiring in 1995.Mr. Bradish was a member of Peace-Tohickon Lutheran Church, Perkasie.An avid Penn State football fan, Richard had enjoyed attending games with his children. He had also enjoyed gardening but allowed Jean to take the credit for all of his horticultural efforts. Mr. Bradish is survived by his two children, Robert Bradish and his wife, Kimberly, of Brunswick, MD; Cathy Lang, of New York; a grandson, Kipp Villeneuve, of Brunswick, MD; and a sister, Margaret Asseng, of Deerfield, MA.In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his son and daughter-in-law, Richard Bradish, Jr. and his wife, Helen (Kawejsza) Bradish; and a brother, John Bradish.There will be no local services