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Roller Funeral Home

1700 East Walnut Street
Paris, AR 72855
(479) 963-3099
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Texas paramedic looks back on 41 years in EMS - EMS1.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

EMSSoon afterward, Gandy and his pals heard about a new course called "Emergency Medical Technician," with 10 times the training of basic first aid. Gandy got certified, then joined the faculty of Paris (Texas) Junior College’s EMT program, where he embraced the commitment needed to teach EMS effectively.Gene Gandy. (Courtesy photo)Related articlesRelated content sponsored by"You have to master the curriculum," Gandy says. "You have to know the information backwards and forwards, in much greater depth than you thought you’d ever need as an EMS provider. That means you have to do an awful lot of supplemental reading."If you use one textbook to teach from, I don’t care how good it is, it’s still just one book. If you said you were going to get through medical school or even nursing school with one textbook, people would laugh at you, yet that’s how we teach our EMTs, AEMTs and paramedics."A good instructor has to go way above that. You need to look at the educational standards and make yourself an expert on every single point. Then you have to practice teaching. Hook onto somebody who can be a mentor who’ll let you break in gradually."From litigator to educatorIn 1981, Gandy became a paramedic – the only one in Honey Grove – and continued to volunteer. "I was basically on call all the time," he says. As EMS occupied more and more of his life, Gandy knew he was headed for a career change."I decided to become a full-time medic in 1989," he recalls. "I’d been very involved in EMS at the state level: writing regulations and exam questions, serving on the Governor’s committee – things like that."I just didn’t like practicing law anymore. It’s a high-stress business. I was fortunate to have done well enough not to have to worry about income so I figured, what the hell, I’m going to do what I like to do."Gandy didn’t have to wait long for the right EMS opportunity. "I got a call that same year from the regional guy in the state EMS office. He said Tyler (Junior College) was looking to start a two-year paramedic program, and thought I ought to apply."Well, they picked me, and we built that program into something quite succ

Funeral home worker finds man's body near Mid-City cemetery - WWL

Monday, June 19, 2017

When police went to investigate, they said the man appeared to be shot at least once. Emergency Medical Services were called to the scene, but the man was pronounced dead.Officials said the parish coroner will determine the exact wounds and how the man died.Police added they do not know at this time if the man was shot in the cemetery, or if his body was dumped there. They are investigating this incident as a homicide.Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crimestoppers at (504) 822-1111.© 2017 WWL-TV

Doris Ann Oberle - Ste. Genevieve Herald

Monday, June 19, 2017

Terry Oberle; two brothers, Glennon and James Braun; two sisters, Barbara West and Janet Ringwald; and a great-grandson, Rhyan Miles.She was very active in her parish, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, and belonged to several organizations, including Marriage Encounter, Cursillo, Mission Club, Association of St. Francis de Sales and St. Vincent Ladies Council. She volunteered at Birthright for 32 years. She also worked the lunch hour for many years at the Blue Hole barbecue restaurant. She and her husband loved to travel, taking yearly family vacations with their four children. They later traveled to Europe and Hawaii before embarking on their yearly visits to Alaska.Funeral services were Friday, May 19, at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Rev. David Hulshof officiated. Burial was at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Cape Girardeau. Crain Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau handled the arrangements.Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

2 brews ready for toasting church's history - Daily Times Herald - Carroll Daily Times Herald

Monday, June 19, 2017

March 13, 2017JeffersonAccording to legend in Cedar Township, the parishioners of St. Patrick Catholic Church were explicitly told in the days after a fire on June 15, 1919, not to rebuild.Not with St. Columbkille Catholic Church a mere 4 miles away in Churdan.Then again, the Irish are notoriously stubborn.The church was promptly rebuilt.The Irish are so stubborn, in fact, that now more than 20 years after the Catholic diocese closed St. Patrick’s as an active worship site, it’s still a hub of activity in northern Greene County.That’s worth drinking to — and for this St. Patrick’s Day, one of the parish’s own has crafted two styles of beer to celebrate the church’s rich history.“It’s a great cause, and I love the history of St. Patrick’s,” said Greg Carey, a native of Cedar Township who brewed 288 bottles of his own beer for the church to sell during March 17 festivities. “It was a great run through history trying to come up with names.”Revelers at a fish fry following Mass that evening will be able to buy two brews Carey has bottled for the occasion

Lucille Marie Fox Ciganek - Dundalk Eagle (blog)

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Lever Bros. She was a member of the Sacred Heart of Mary Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality and an adult advisor in the Parish’s CYO. She was also involved in Campfire Girls and in the Baltimore County Recreational Council.For over 20 years, Lucille was the caregiver for both her husband James, and her daughter Susan.Lucille enjoyed watching Orioles and Ravens games, her Fridays at the hairdresser, and her weekly shopping trip to the mall with her beloved sister, Gertrude Hennessy. She enjoyed traveling and yearly visits to Ocean City with family members as well as visiting her son Brother William when he was stationed in New England.The family will receive friends at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Thursday, June 15th and Friday, June 16th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated by the Most Rev. Denis Madden, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Baltimore on Saturday, June 17, 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart of Mary Church. Interment, Sacred Heart of Mary Cemetery.For those desiring, memorial contributions may be given to The Susan Gail Ciganek Scholarship Fund c/o Xavier High School, 181 Randolph Road, Middletown, CT 06457 or to The Catholic High School of Baltimore, 2800 Edison Hwy., Baltimore, MD 21213.

Roman V. Meyer, 87, St. Joseph - WJON News

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at the St. Cloud Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Reverend Jerome Tupa, OSB will officiate. Burial will take place with military honors at the St. Joseph Parish Cemetery.Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Monday and after 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday at the St. Joseph Parish Center Heritage Hall. Parish prayers will be 4:00 p.m. on Monday at the Heritage Hall.Roman was born November 12, 1929 in St. Joseph, Minnesota to Max and Margaret (Sand) Meyer. He was a United States Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War serving from 1952 until his honorable discharge in 1954. Roman married Dorothy C. Udermann on May 18, 1954 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Sartell. He was employed by the St. Cloud Veterans Affairs Medical Center for 28 years, retiring in 1989.Roman was a member of the St. Joseph American Legion Post #328, Catholic Order of Foresters, St. Joseph Senior Citizens and St. Joseph’s Parish.He volunteered for the St. Joseph Food Shelf, Home Delivered Meals and St. Benedict’s Monastery. Roman enjoyed fishing, card playing, fixing things, travel and reading western novels. He especially enjoyed vacationing in Arizona; he loved a good joke. Roman was a quiet, patient upbeat guy who loved Stearns County with all its summer beauty and winter challenges.Roman is survived by his wife, Dorothy; daughter, Patricia Meyer and her husband, Jim S

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Church offers counselling to children affected by Grenfell Tower fire - Catholic Herald Online

Monday, June 19, 2017

Fr Gerard Skinner, the parish priest, was so inundated with donations that within hours there was no storage space remaining.He left a message on his telephone to tell well-wishers that the church was “at capacity.” He said he was also overwhelmed by offers of practical assistance.The fire in Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, in the west of the capital, is believed to have started in the early hours of the morning.It spread rapidly because it ignited the flammable cladding that encased the tower block, and many trapped tenants jumped from the building to escape the flames and smoke.About 80 people are being treated in hospital and about 17 of them are described as being in “critical” condition.

Lowell funeral home places obituary to honor 129 dead in Paris - Lowell Sun

Monday, June 19, 2017

LOWELL -- The names of the recently deceased appeared above their obituaries on page 12 of Sunday's edition of The Sun, along with a single headline that didn't contain a name. "Paris," the headline simply stated. The obituary contained below was for at least 129 adults and children slain in a series of terror attacks in the City of Lights on Friday night. At least 350 others were injured. The obituary was written, submitted and paid for by the McKenna-Ouellette Funeral Home, which spent about $400 to honor those lost in France. "We serve a lot of families with French heritage," Funeral Director Ron D'Amato said. "But also, this story affected everyone, so we said, 'We need to do something to honor and remember the victims and their families.'" D'Amato said the funeral home initially posted the obituary on its Facebook page and elsewhere on social media, but decided to pay for an obituary in print in The Sun because many people they serve don't use social media. "We remind the world that each and every person that died in these senseless acts of terror individually and universally light a luminous candle that will remain where their beautiful souls h

Obituaries, Apr. 11, 2017 - Murray Ledger and Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Potter, both of New Concord; several nieces and nephews and several great-nieces and great-nephews.No public service will be held.Expressions of sympathy may made to the American Cancer Society, 3140 Parisa Drive, Paducah, KY 42003.Online condolences may be left at www.thejhchurchillfuneralhome.com.The J.H. Churchill Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Betty L. ParrishBetty L. Parrish, 76, of Murray, Kentucky, died Monday, April 10, 2017, at her home.Arrangements are incomplete at Imes Funeral Home & Crematory of downtown Murray.Faye Lax FisherFa

Robert J. Snyder Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 111 W. Falls St, New Castle.A procession will leave the funeral home at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 20 for St. Mary’s Church, Mary Mother of Hope Parish, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. by the Rev. Frank A. Almade, pastor.Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery, New Castle.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement