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Arcadia Chapel of Remembrance Funeral Home

500 South 1st Avenue
Arcadia, CA 91006
(626) 447-8148
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Sanders, Roy Dean - Herald & Review

Saturday, June 10, 2017

DECATUR -- Roy Dean Sanders 76, passed away on Tuesday May 3, 2017 at Tidewell Hospice House in Arcadia, FL. Roy was born on May 1, 1941 in Ramsey Illinois and was a resident of Arcadia for the last 16 years. He worked as a foreman in the Railroad industry for 40 years before retiring in 2001. Roy was a member of St. Paul Catholic Church in Arcadia. Roy enjoyed building (anything) and helping family and neighbors with whatever needed to be done. Roy loved his family and spending time with them. Roy also enjoyed cooking and eating.He is survived by his wife Catherine Sanders. Three sons Timothy (Melissa) Sanders, Todd (Lisa) Sanders both of Woodward, Oklahoma; Thomas (Kendra) Sanders of Deluth, MN . One daughter Trisha Sanders of Arcadia, FL. Three sisters, Betty Fulk of Decatur, Illinois; Loretta (Ralph) Fortner of Mount Zion, Illinois and Irma (Larry) Gaither of Mount Zion, Illinois. He is survived by 7 grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents John and Ina Sanders. Two brothers Rodell and Junior Sanders. 1 sister Pauline Linn and 1 nephew

Calvin Leonard Myrbo - Swnews4u

Monday, December 19, 2016

Calvin Leonard Myrbo, 91, of Arcadia, Fla., ascended into heaven on Dec. 8.A memorial service will be conducted Thursday afternoon, Dec. 15 at 3 p.m. in the Arcadia Village Cantina Clubhouse. A memorial service will be conducted this summer at the Community Evangelical Free Church in Platteville. Online condolences can be made at www.pongerkaysgrady.com. Arrangements are by Ponger-Kays-Grady Funeral Homes, Arcadia, FL.Complete obituary is in the December 14, 2016 issue of The Platteville Journal.

Phyllis M. McCoy, 93 - Westport Now

Monday, September 19, 2016

Westport teacher. Contributed photoShe was born on June 1, 1923 in Philadelphia, and was one of four children of Ernest and Elsie Weinman Maisel. She graduated from Beaver College (now known as Arcadia University) in Glenside, Pa. in 1945 and obtained a master’s degree in education from Fairfield University in 1960. She met her husband Bob (Penn State ‘43) on a blind date at a prom at Beaver. They were married in August 1945, and raised four children, moving from New Jersey to Westport in 1956. She moved from Westport to a retirement home in Charleston in 2011.She was known for her remarkable energy and intellectual curiosity throughout her long life. She enjoyed an active career teaching home economics for over 20 years in Westport, first at Bedford and later at Coleytown Junior High School. She loved tennis, cooking, gardening, sailing on Long Island Sound and especially traveling with her family. She had a special passion for skiing and was fortunate to continue doing so until age 88. She even went to Europe on a ski trip with the Top Notch Ski Club at age 85.She is survived by her four children, Brian McCoy (Cindy) of Sun Valley, Idaho, Douglas McCoy (Danny) of Charleston, S.C., Diane McCoy Murray (Chris) of Westport, and Steven McCoy (Sher) of Litchfield; her brother John Maisel of Gaithersburg, Md.; grandsons Alex McCoy of Boise, Idaho,

Mary Bernice Rayner wanted strong 'Sweet Home Chicago' at funeral - Chicago Sun-Times

Monday, September 12, 2016

Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Hubbard Street Dance, the Joffrey Ballet and Second City. She was entranced by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and a 2007 production of Tom Stoppard’s “Arcadia” at Court Theatre. The Rayners went on driving vacations to the Carolinas, New York, Niagara Falls, Philadelphia, Toronto and Williamsburg, Virginia. In her 60s, she went river-rafting with her grandchildren in Tennessee.She didn’t like cooking. “We joked we didn’t find out about fresh vegetables until we went to college,” said Susan Rayner.Perhaps because of a Depression upbringing, she could be thrifty. As Susan Rayner said in her eulogy, “Not all that long ago I ordered a glass of wine at a restaurant, which prompted her to loudly exclaim, ‘You’re paying $10 for a glass of wine?’ ”Until a couple of weeks ago, she was playing bridge, Susan Rayner said. And “she didn’t like it when she had to play bridge with people who were not as good as her.”Her husband died last year. Mrs. Rayner is also survived by a brother, Michael, and two grandchildren.Bernice Rayner (center) and her sister Theresa Rayner on right and her late sister Joan Shinnick on left. Provided photo

Can BHS' Sir Philip Green really be allowed to keep his knighthood - Daily Mail

Monday, June 06, 2016

Green, who bought it for £200 million 16 years ago.There's no doubt that he knows how to repair a misfiring business. He turned round Arcadia — owner of a raft of High Street names including Topshop, Wallis, Burton, Evans and Miss Selfridge — after buying it in 2002.Indeed, his skill in doing so allowed him to compete head-on with High Street newcomers such as Spain's Zara and Japan's Uniqlo, as well as more established players such as Next and M&S (which Green tried to buy in 2004).But BHS was a different kettle of fish. Its reputation was as a fusty place to buy cheap school uniforms, dowdy women's hats and inexpensive light fittings.Its stuffy, moderately priced cafes were popular with the older generation. Indeed, his skill in doing so allowed him to compete head-on with High Street newcomers such as Spain's Zara and Japan's Uniqlo, as well as more established players such as Next and M&S (which Green tried to buy in 2004)Green made several attempts at sprucing up the stores by giving franchises to some of his fashion brands, and by updating the furnishings on offer. But the innovations and investment were always dwarfed by what he personally siphoned off from the enterprise.Since taking control of BHS in 2000, an estimated £400 million has been extracted in the shape of dividends, which have been transferred to holdings controlled by Tina Green in Monaco.That is not all. Green has always been razor-sharp in his management of property and

Family-owned funeral home gains national attention - Daily Journal Online

Monday, June 06, 2016

A family-owned funeral home that has served the Arcadia Valley for more than 30 years has garnered some nationwide attention in recent weeks after being featured on the front page of a well-respected publication for the industry.Bryson Funeral Home of Pilot Knob appeared in the April issue of Funeral Home & Cemetery News (FH&CN) with a circulation of more than 20,000 readers."They contacted us around six months after I had sent in some information on something else they were doing," said Tim Harbison, who started with Bryson as a part-timer in 2011 and began working full time in 2015. "I received an email from them saying they wanted to feature our funeral home on the cover of their monthly magazine and asked us to send more information about us. They put together a really nice article."Perhaps it was Bryson Funeral Home's unique history that drew the attention of FH&CN. At least that's what Allison Bryson thinks. She's a daughter of the funeral home's founder — the late Dr. William F. Bryson — and now oversees its opera

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Obituary: DonnaMae Ruth Wineski - Winona Daily News

Sunday, February 12, 2017

MONDOVI/ARCADIA — DonnaMae Ruth Wineski, 83, of Mondovi and formerly of Arcadia, died Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, at the American Lutheran Home, Mondovi.Donna was born Dec. 26, 1933, in Green Bay, Wis., to Lester A. and Agnes S. (George) Kutt.Donna graduated from Arcadia High School and went on to school to become a licensed practical nurse. She had worked for Dr. Lleva and at the Mayo Clinic Health System Franciscan Healthcare Hospital, Arcadia. She married Robert Wineski and later divorced. Donna was a member of Holy Family Parish, the P.C.C.W, and the former Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and St. Ann’s Rosary Society. She enjoyed cross stitching, crocheting, knitting, sewing, and watching TV. Donna enjoyed her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.Donna is survived by her children, Michael (Carol) Wineski of Arcadia, Daniel Wineski of Eau Claire, Steven Wineski of La Crosse, Mark (Lucia) Wineski of Arcadia, Terri (Rob) Ganschow of Mondovi; siblings, Francis (Marilyn) Kutt of Va., M

Vernon J. Sampson Sr. - The Independent

Monday, January 16, 2017

Quonset Point during World War II. Thereafter, he called Rhode Island home. Mr. Sampson started his 30-year career with the state of Rhode Island at the Lafayette Fish Hatchery, on to the Arcadia Management Area, then as foreman of the Division of Environmental Management Natural Resources Fish & Wildlife at the Great Swamp Management Area.Vern was a member of Slocum Grange, enjoyed many bowling leagues and was an avid outdoorsman. He was a natural with animals and was surrounded among pets his entire life. He was once known as the “Mayor of Wickford” as he frequented many coffee shops around town and will always be remembered for his smile.He leaves his loving children, David M. Sampson; James V. Sampson and his wife, Patricia, of North Kingstown; Julie A. Sampson and her fiancé, Edward Duffin, of North Kingstown; and Vernon “Bud” J. Sampson Jr. and his fiancée, Robin Davis, of Conway, South Carolina. He was the cherished grandfather of six grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. He was the youngest of six late siblings.Relatives and friends are invited and may call Thursday, January 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Cranston-Murphy Funeral Home of Wickford, 140 West Main Street, Wickford Village, North Kingstown. His funeral service will be held Friday, January 13, at 11 a.m. in The Cranston-Murphy Funeral Home of Wickford. Burial with full military honors will follow in Elm Grove Cemetery, North Kingstown. In lieu of flowers, gifts in his memory to Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of RI, 240 Shermantown Road, Saunderstown, RI 02874 wil

Visitation Thursday evening, funeral Friday for NSU great George McConathy - nsudemons.com

Monday, October 31, 2016

NATCHITOCHES – Visitation is Thursday evening with a Friday morning funeral in Arcadia for legendary Northwestern State basketball star George McConathy, whose nephew Mike is the veteran NSU head coach. McConathy, 82, a native of the McConathy family's hometown of Bryceland in Bienville Parish, passed away Monday after a lengthy illness. Visitation is Thursday from 5-7 at Rose-Neath Funeral Home, 1680 First Street in Arcadia. A 10 a.m. funeral will be held there Friday, followed by internment with full military honors at the Williamson Cemetery in nearby Sailes. McConathy was an educator, coach and businessman. He was a 1982 inductee in Northwestern's N-Club Hall of Fame, and was also a Louisiana Basketball Hall of Fame member. He still ranks 10th all-time in scoring in Demon basketball history with 1,436 points in 116 games from 1951-56, an average of 12.4 per game. McConathy stands ninth all-time in rebounding with 715, a career 6.2 average. During McConathy's career, the Demons posted an 82-39 record, winning 20 games in two seasons while never losing more tha

Area deaths for July 3 - Massillon Independent

Monday, July 04, 2016

ARMOUR, Susan M.; celebration 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday at Arcadia Grille.BECK, Marsha L., 79, of Alliance; call one hour before 1:30 p.m. service Wednesday at Cassaday-Turkle-Christian Funeral Home.BROWN, Judith A., 65, of Louisville.CARMOLA, Rose M.; call from 2 to 7 p.m. today at Paquelet Funeral Home in Massillon and one hour before 11 a.m. service Tuesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.CLEARY, Robert E., 96, of Louisville; call one hour before 2 p.m. service Thursday at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home.COLEMAN, Eileen, 82, of Malvern; call from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Finefrock-Gordon Funeral Home and one hour before 1:30 p.m. service Wednesday at Little Country Church.COOK, Marilyn R., 87, of Navarre; call one hour before 11 a.m. service Wednesday at St. Paul UCC.GAULT, Stanley C., 90, of Wooster; call from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at McIntire, Bradham and Sleek Funeral Home, service at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Wooster United Methodist Church.GURSKY, Mary A., 83, of Canton; call one hour before 10 a.m. service Wednesday at Saint Joseph Catholic Church