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Bishop Funeral Home Inc

1831 South Highway 65 82
Lake Village, AR 71653
(870) 265-6166
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Dillards Funeral Home

830 Saint Mary Street
Lake Village, AR 71653
(870) 265-3644
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Griffin Funeral Service

441 North Court Street
Lake Village, AR 71653
(870) 265-2301
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Steele Funeral Home

441 North Court Street
Lake Village, AR 71653
(870) 265-2301
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Public comment sought on Malibu Memorial Park project - Malibu Surfside News (blog)

Monday, December 05, 2016

Forest Lawn Memorial-Parks & Mortuaries in the Hollywood Hills and Glendale, and Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks-Griffin Memorial Park, Mortuary and Crematory in Westlake Village are a few such destinations.The proposed Malibu Memorial Park site was previously slated for development of the Rancho Malibu Hotel, which included a 274,775-square-foot hotel complex, 146 rooms, spa, swimming pool, bar, ballroom, meeting room facilities, and retail and restaurant uses.A four-level parking structure was proposed to provide 543 parking spaces. The parking structure included three levels of subterranean parking and one ground level parking lot.A Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Rancho Malibu Hotel project was released in October 2013 for public comment. However, a final EIR was not prepared. In September 2014, the project applicant changed course and proposed building the memorial park. The Mitigated Negative Declaration/Initial Study of the Malibu Memorial Park Project is available for review on the City’s website and at the Malibu City Hall’s Planning Public Counter. The 30-day comment period continues through Dec. 14. All comments should be submitted in writing and directed to Adrian Fernandez, Senior Planner, or by mail at 23825 Stuart Ranch Road, Malibu, CA 90265. 

Fox Lake's Anne Marrin honored with Illinois award for Joe Gliniewicz investigation - Suburban Life Publications

Monday, June 06, 2016

FOX LAKE – Fox Lake Village Administrator Anne Marrin's efforts to root out corruption in the village's police department and her composure during the investigation into police Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz's shooting death have earned her an accolade from a statewide association.Marrin received the Illinois Association of Municipal Management Assistants' Outstanding Manager Award during the group's April 22 annual conference. Association President Jack Knight, who also serves as the assistant to the village administrator in Woodridge, announced Thursday Marrin had received the association's top honor.“Ms. Marrin displayed characteristics of integrity and leadership in order to provide exceptional service to her community,” Knight said in a news release.Marrin, who could not be reached for comment Friday, took center stage more than two months after Gliniewicz's Sept. 1 shooting death when investigators announced Gliniewicz had carefully staged his suicide to look like a homicide. Authorities said he feared

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Tributes for Sept. 10 - Greeley Tribune

Monday, September 19, 2016

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, at Waypoints Faith Community Church, Westlake Village Shopping Center, 614 8th Ave., Greeley. In lieu of flowers, donations to Pathway Hospice in Loveland.Please leave condolences for the family at www.ncccremation.com.Sebastian LoIaconoOct. 7, 1929-Sept. 8, 2016Age: 86Residence: GreeleySebastian Alfred LoIacono, 86, of Greeley, a very devout Catholic, went to meet his heavenly father on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016, at the TRU Hospice Inpatient Unit. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Oct. 7, 1929, to Italian immigrants Ippolito and Margherita (Catalano) LoIacono.He joined the U.S. Navy at the age of 17, serving eight years and then joined the U.S. Air Force, in which he served 12 years before retiring at Luke AFB in Arizona. He married Selma A. Wehl on Aug. 15, 1963, at Luke AFB, later moving to Colorado, where he began his U.S. Postal career in Greeley, retiring in 1992.Sebastian volunteered at Franklin Middle School and NCMC for 12 years, enjoyed tai chi, reading and music.He was a member of Saint Mary Catholic Church and sang in the choir for a number of years, and was a member of the Letter Carriers Union.Survivors include his wife, Selma; daughters, Judy (David) Sauriol and Julie LoIacono all of Greeley; grandchildren, Jodi (Dan) Monares of Johnstown, David (Kelly) Baeta and Daniel (Lorin) Baeta all of California; great-grandchildren, Jake and Whitney Monares and Enzo Baeta; and his brother, Emil (Inge) LoIacono of Rochester, Minn.