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Daniel Thomas Cornell, 70 - Montana Standard

Monday, May 01, 2017

He had a passion for history, with World War II being the subject that he extensively perused.Dan enlisted in the U.S. Army and served as a Crew Chief on a Chinook helicopter during the Vietnam Conflict. He was honorably discharged in 1971, and at that time he moved to San Francisco where he lived in a commune in the Haight Ashbury District. In 1975, he took advantage of the GI Bill and moved to Bozeman, Montana, where he pursued his love of architecture at Montana State University. He never completed that degree but instead went on to learn the trade of carpentry and house painting. His love for color and the Painted Ladies of San Francisco are reflected in the painting patterns of the historic homes of Butte. He boldly envisioned and began painting these historic homes to show off their beautiful architecture and design. His home today, which he designed and built, showcases his beliefs regarding the beauty of the palette.In 1992, Dan once again enrolled at MSU and completed degrees in Art and Science. He was employed by the Butte School District after his graduation in 1994. Many of his students will give testimony to Dan's passion for the Arts, as well as his unyielding devotion to those he taught. He retired in 2014, and spent the next years doing all the things he loved best: creating art through a variety of mediums, adventure motorcycling on his BMW with friends and his sons, exploring the world and its wonders, building a greenhouse and learning the art of gardening, planting a yard full of sunflowers, and spending more time with his children and grandchildren and teaching them about all of the above. His latest love was Layla, a little red mutt whom he adored and a companion that travelled wherever he went. Layla was by his side as he passed on from this earth, peacefully in his sleep.As his mother greatly influenced him, so did he influence his children who survive him and wi

Sunken markers at Holy Cross Cemetery in Pomona has Chino man ... - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Monday, February 06, 2017

I’m concerned about my wife but I feel bad for all these other people,” Lopez, a Chino resident, said, referring to the grave of Erlinda Lopez, which is near some of the damaged graves.According to the Los Angeles Archdiocese, groundskeepers are repairing the damage caused by recent storms. It also reassured the public that the cemetery and others under care of the church will be tended to diligently.“We want to assure our patrons that our cemeteries will continue the steadfast care of the resting places of their loved ones,” archdiocese spokeswoman Adrian Alarcon said in a statement.Chino resident Cheryl Besink said she noticed the problem at the cemetery some time after Christmas, following one of the first winter storms.Some of the markers have been adjusted but the damage affecting other graves and markers appears to have increased, Besink said.Besink, who was a close friend of Erlinda Lopez, said she is concerned by the number of graves where it looks like the ground is settling.Roy Lopez said he has contacted cemetery personnel and has been told that the damage will be repaired.“It’s frustrating, the way they keep the cemetery and are not doing anything about the situation,” he said.The majority of the affected markers, at least two dozen, are in the so

Notices: Week of Jan. 2 - The Daily Courier

Monday, January 30, 2017

All materials and training with the software used for this program will be provided free locally. Sites in need of volunteers for one or more days during the filing season – Prescott Gateway Mall, Chino Valley Senior Center and the Prescott Valley Library. Please contact Janelle Riedl at taxaide@cableone.net or 928-717-9444 for information regarding this opportunityJoin our ongoing Writer’s Support Group held each Thursday, except for the last Thursday of any month. We meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at 505 S. Cortez, WYGC, Prescott. Bring any kind of writing you have been doing, or would like to do. We support each other in our writing efforts, share our writing in the group, and talk about writing and writers. There is no cost for participation in these meetings and they make a big difference in motivation to begin or continue writing projects. People at any skill level are welcome. Call Victoria Smith at 928-533-4290 if you would like more information and to confirm that we are meeting that week.Do you miss the challenge? COS, CI, ONI, SDR, MIC, PICKLE FACTORY, THE COMPANY … If you find these terms familiar, perhaps you should look into joining the Phoenix chapter of an outstanding national organization, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers! We will be holding meetings and events in the Prescott area. For additional local information please email us at paia301@yahoo.com. Inquiries will be kept confidential. Vetting required.There is life after stroke. Two new support groups for stroke survivors and the family of stroke survivors meet the first and third Friday of each month on the campus of Prescott United Methodist Church (Deborah Room). The groups, sponsored by People Who Care, will meet from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. the third Friday of the month. People Who Care, 928-445-2480.Calling all Cold War and peace time veterans living in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Yavapai County: AMVETS Post No. 3 of Central Yavapai County now meets at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesdays at the American Legion in Chino Valley, Highway 89 and Third. AMVETS provides support for veterans and active military in procuring earned entitlements as well as community services that enhance citizens’ quality of life. AMVETS accepts all veterans who have served honorably in the U.S. armed forces, active guard or reserves.A GriefShare support group started Saturday, Sept. 10, from 10 a.m. to noon at Cornerstone Church Rosser Campus, 700 W. Rosser St., Prescott. To sign up, please text the word “HOPE” with your name to 602-410-8536 or call that number for additional information. This is a 13-week support group for those who have experienced a death of a loved one. Anyone in the community is welcome. Meets through Dec. 3.Tri City Singles is a group of fun-loving singles in the Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Central Yavapai County who like getting together and enjoying each other’s company. The schedule includes a variety of fun filled activities from which you may choose. There is a “Meet and Greet” social at 11 a.m. every Saturday at the Prescott Gateway Mall, in the food court area. For calendars and newsletters, visit www.tricitysingles.org.Calling all Thunderbird owners with cars from 2003-04! We are organizing a club in Prescott! Send your email address to dianeshrager@gmail.com and I will plan an evening meeting at a local restaurant to discuss rallies, field trips, happy hours, etc.Prescott Hiking Club is a hiking and social organization formed f

Notices: Week of Dec. 19 - The Daily Courier

Monday, January 09, 2017

All materials and training with the software used for this program will be provided free locally. Sites in need of volunteers for one or more days during the filing season – Prescott Gateway Mall, Chino Valley Senior Center and the Prescott Valley Library. Please contact Janelle Riedl at taxaide@cableone.net or 928-717-9444 for information regarding this opportunityJoin our ongoing Writer’s Support Group held each Thursday, except for the last Thursday of any month. We meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at 505 S. Cortez, WYGC, Prescott. Bring any kind of writing you have been doing, or would like to do. We support each other in our writing efforts, share our writing in the group, and talk about writing and writers. There is no cost for participation in these meetings and they make a big difference in motivation to begin or continue writing projects. People at any skill level are welcome. Call Victoria Smith at 928-533-4290 if you would like more information and to confirm that we are meeting that week.Do you miss the challenge? COS, CI, ONI, SDR, MIC, PICKLE FACTORY, THE COMPANY … If you find these terms familiar, perhaps you should look into joining the Phoenix chapter of an outstanding national organization, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers! We will be holding meetings and events in the Prescott area. For additional local information please email us at paia301@yahoo.com. Inquiries will be kept confidential. Vetting required.There is life after stroke. Two new support groups for stroke survivors and the family of stroke survivors meet the first and third Friday of each month on the campus of Prescott United Methodist Church (Deborah Room). The groups, sponsored by People Who Care, will meet from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. the third Friday of the month. People Who Care, 928-445-2480.Calling all Cold War and peace time veterans living in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Yavapai County: AMVETS Post No. 3 of Central Yavapai County now meets at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesdays at the American Legion in Chino Valley, Highway 89 and Third. AMVETS provides support for veterans and active military in procuring earned entitlements as well as community services that enhance citizens’ quality of life. AMVETS accepts all veterans who have served honorably in the U.S. armed forces, active guard or reserves.A GriefShare support group started Saturday, Sept. 10, from 10 a.m. to noon at Cornerstone Church Rosser Campus, 700 W. Rosser St., Prescott. To sign up, please text the word “HOPE” with your name to 602-410-8536 or call that number for additional information. This is a 13-week support group for those who have experienced a death of a loved one. Anyone in the community is welcome. Meets through Dec. 3.Tri City Singles is a group of fun-loving singles in the Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Central Yavapai County who like getting together and enjoying each other’s company. The schedule includes a variety of fun filled activities from which you may choose. There is a “Meet and Greet” social at 11 a.m. every Saturday at the Prescott Gateway Mall, in the food court area. For calendars and newsletters, visit www.tricitysingles.org.Calling all Thunderbird owners with cars from 2003-04! We are organizing a club in Prescott! Send your email address to dianeshrager@gmail.com and I will plan an evening meeting at a local restaurant to discuss rallies, field trips, happy hours, etc.Prescott Hiking Club is a hiking and social organization formed f

Dr. Clifford Nelson Rhodes II - News & Observer

Monday, December 26, 2016

Dr. Clifford Nelson Rhodes-II (Nelson Rhodes), age 52, died on December 10, 2016 at Duke Hospice at Hock Pavillion in Durham, NC. Dr. Rhodes was born on January 20, 1964 in Chinon, France to his father, Clifford N. Rhodes, and his mother, Vicki G. Williams Rhodes (deceased). Nelson went to Glade Valley High School in Sparta, NC. Upon completion of high school he earned his B.A. in Chemistry from the University of Delaware and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). On March 24, 2001, Nelson married Dr. Marian Lee Saxon, whom he met in Chapel Hill while both were postdoctoral fellows. Nelson was devoted to family and adored his daughters, Katie and Ella. He attended their school activities, soccer, basketball, and dance as often as possible. He was an avid UNC fan and attended many sporting events as a graduate student and while dating Marian in addition to watching games on TV at home or local outings with friends. He also enjoyed camping, fishing, and boating with friends and family and vacations to North Carolina’s beaches and mountains. Nelson was a beloved member of Orange United Methodist Church (OUMC) where

C. Wyatt Dickerson, Businessman and Man About Washington, Is Dead at 92 - New York Times

Monday, December 12, 2016

Doubles, the private club in the Sherry-Netherland hotel in New York. And that same year, he opened the Pisces Club in Washington, which operated for nearly 20 years. In 1982, he opened the Chinoiserie restaurant on M Street in Georgetown.Long before the Reagans came to town, Mr. Dickerson brightened Merrywood parties with a sprinkling of Hollywood, inviting stars like Jack Benny and Kirk Douglas and others he had met as a young actor in Los Angeles after World War II.Mr. Dickerson himself had never been a star in Hollywood: He played uncredited walk-on parts in movies like “Without Reservations,” which starred John Wayne and Claudette Colbert, and “Buck Privates Come Home,” with Abbott and Costello. But he was a player. He lived with the actress Nina Foch, and ran around town with other young actors like Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Peter Lawford and Blake Edwards (who went on to a directing career).Claude Wyatt Dickerson Jr. was born on Aug. 25, 1924, and grew up in Roanoke, Va., the son of a druggist and a schoolteacher. He developed a taste for the finer things at a young age. When a friend teased him about his attire, he went to work in a clothing store, acquiring a sense of style that stayed with him even through the era of safari jackets and leisure suits.A football scholarship got him to Duke University in 1942, but with World War II underway, he enlisted in the Navy. Though he was given a medical discharge in 1944, he never finished college, and headed to Hollywood to pursue a movie career.After his father died, he moved back to Roanoke in 1948 and married a high school classmate, Ruth Fowler Johnston. An advertising job took him to New York, where he entered the banking world.He returned to Virginia in the 1950s and in Leesburg founded Pilot Financial, an investment business catering to Pan Am pilots who were profiting from the air travel boom. As the business made him wealthy he bought property and made other, eclectic investments, including the purchase of Cherry Smash, a soft drink company, and an interest in the Connecticut Telephone and Electric Company.His first wife died of cancer in 1960, leaving him with three school-age daughters. He met his second wife through friends eager to marry her off. Ms. Dickerson was Nancy Hanschman then, the first woman to be made a network news correspondent, and defiantly single at the age of 34.Mr. Dickerson moved quickly after their first date, arranging for her to stay at the Savoy while in London and sending a Bentley to pick her up at Heathrow. He followed up a few days later and wooed her in museum galleries and with hard-to-score theater tickets.When they married in 1962, Lyndon Johnson, then vice president, was one of the hosts of a party in their honor. (The Dickersons returned the favor in 1966, giving a goodbye party at the Whisky a Go Go in Washington for the first daughter Lynda Bird Johnson, who was returning to college, and her date, the actor George Hamilton.)Ms. Dickerson’s network career ebbed after President Johnson chose not to seek re-election, but the couple’s social whirl held strong through the Nixon administration and beyond. The party ended when they divorced in 1983. They sold Merrywood soon after.Mr. Dickerson’s business endeavors were marked by highs, like the Merrywood coup, and equally splashy lows, including a partnership with Tongsun Park, a Korean lobbyist who was at the center of a 1976 Washington bribery sc

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Notices: Week of Feb. 13 - Prescott Daily Courier

Monday, February 20, 2017

Who Care, will meet from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. the first and third Friday of the month. People Who Care, 928-445-2480. Calling all Cold War and peace time veterans living in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Yavapai County: AMVETS Post No. 3 of Central Yavapai County now meets at 7 p.m. the second

Harry Aitken

Monday, November 14, 2016

California to Tom and Nellie Aitken. God called one of His masterpieces home on November 3, 2016. Harry lived a remarkable and diverse life. As a young teen he was raised by his grandparents in Chino Valley, AZ, where he learned farming, hunting and fishing. Harry joined the Arizona National Guard on December 18, 1939. In 1940 he went active duty with the U. S. Army. He spent time in Panama, then fought in Europe in WW II and attained the rank of Captain, and was discharged December 1945. He worked various jobs until he joined the Arizona Highway Patrol in 1946. During this 2 1/2 years he met and married the love of his life, Iva Hibbs. Harry joined the U.S. Border Patrol on January 11, 1949. He was stationed in Kingsville, Texas as a Patrol Inspector. Harry transferred to Douglas, Phoenix, then to Wilcox, then in August of 1956 he found his calling as a Border Patrol Sector Pilot in Tucson. He remained in Tucson as a pilot until his retirement on December 30, 1977. Harry and Iva moved from Tucson to Young, AZ and enjoyed 21 years of retirement loving and serving the community. In 2001 they moved to Oracle, AZ where they continued their retirement years. Harry is survived by his beloved wife, Iva, of almost 70 years, sons, L

Notices: Week of Nov. 14 | The Daily Courier | Prescott, AZ - Prescott Daily Courier

Monday, November 14, 2016

All materials and training with the software used for this program will be provided free locally. Sites in need of volunteers for one or more days during the filing season – Prescott Gateway Mall, Chino Valley Senior Center and the Prescott Valley Library. Please contact Janelle Riedl at taxaide@cableone.net or 928-717-9444 for information regarding this opportunityJoin our ongoing Writer's Support Group held each Thursday, except for the last Thursday of any month. We meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at 505 S. Cortez, WYGC, Prescott. Bring any kind of writing you have been doing, or would like to do. We support each other in our writing efforts, share our writing in the group, and talk about writing and writers. There is no cost for participation in these meetings and they make a big difference in motivation to begin or continue writing projects. People at any skill level are welcome. Call Victoria Smith at 928-533-4290 if you would like more information and to confirm that we are meeting that week.Do you miss the challenge? COS, CI, ONI, SDR, MIC, PICKLE FACTORY, THE COMPANY … If you find these terms familiar, perhaps you should look into joining the Phoenix chapter of an outstanding national organization, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers! We will be holding meetings and events in the Prescott area. For additional local information please email us at paia301@yahoo.com. Inquiries will be kept confidential. Vetting required.The Prescott Police Department Victim Services Unit is actively recruiting individuals who wish to provide assistance with administrative duties and/or other Victim Services Unit services, including working with victims, witnesses, friends and family members who have experienced a violent crime or trauma. As a volunteer, you will have numerous opportunities to help including, listening, making appropriate referrals to community resources, providing follow-up advocacy with victims, mailing information, and administering client satisfaction surveys, while maintaining the highest level of confidentiality.All applicants must be at least 21 years of age with a valid Arizona driver’s license and pass a background investigation with no felony convictions. Applicants are required to work a minimum of four hours a week, have strong attention to detail, and effectively communicate with victims and others. Some counseling or previous volunteer experience is preferred.Volunteers support and enhance the many different programs guided by the mission of the Prescott Police Department. Any citizens interested in becoming part of the Prescott Police Department Victim Services Unit are encouraged to call Michelle Medina at 928-777-1912.There is life after stroke. Two new support groups for stroke survivors and the family of stroke survivors meet the first and third Friday of each month on the campus of Prescott United Methodist Church (Deborah Room). The groups, sponsored by People Who Care, will meet from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. the third Friday of the month. People Who Care, 928-445-2480.Calling all Cold War and peace time veterans living in Prescott, Pres

Notices: Week of October 24 - The Daily Courier

Monday, October 31, 2016

All materials and training with the software used for this program will be provided free locally. Sites in need of volunteers for one or more days during the filing season – Prescott Gateway Mall, Chino Valley Senior Center and the Prescott Valley Library. Please contact Janelle Riedl at taxaide@cableone.net or 928-717-9444 for information regarding this opportunityJoin our ongoing Writer's Support Group held each Thursday, except for the last Thursday of any month. We meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at 505 S. Cortez, WYGC, Prescott. Bring any kind of writing you have been doing, or would like to do. We support each other in our writing efforts, share our writing in the group, and talk about writing and writers. There is no cost for participation in these meetings and they make a big difference in motivation to begin or continue writing projects. People at any skill level are welcome. Call Victoria Smith at 928-533-4290 if you would like more information and to confirm that we are meeting that week.Do you miss the challenge? COS, CI, ONI, SDR, MIC, PICKLE FACTORY, THE COMPANY … If you find these terms familiar, perhaps you should look into joining the Phoenix chapter of an outstanding national organization, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers! We will be holding meetings and events in the Prescott area. For additional local information please email us at paia301@yahoo.com. Inquiries will be kept confidential. Vetting required.4-H Positive Youth Development Program seeks volunteers to judge record books. Judging will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Yavapai County Cooperative Extension Office, 840 Rodeo Drive, Building C. If interested, contact Shirley Vasovski at 928-445-6590, ext. 229. No previous 4-H experience is needed. Last year, almost 125 books were judged. The Judging Record Books education guide is available upon request.The Prescott Police Department Victim Services Unit is actively recruiting individuals who wish to provide assistance with administrative duties and/or other Victim Services Unit services, including working with victims, witnesses, friends and family members who have experienced a violent crime or trauma. As a volunteer, you will have numerous opportunities to help including, listening, making appropriate referrals to community resources, providing follow-up advocacy with victims, mailing information, and administering client satisfaction surveys, while maintaining the highest level of confidentiality.All applicants must be at least 21 years of age with a valid Arizona driver’s license and pass a background investigation with no felony convictions. Applicants are required to work a minimum of four hours a week, have strong attention to detail, and effectively communicate with victims and others. Some counseling or previous volunteer experience is preferred.Volunteers support and enhance the many different programs guided by the mission of the Prescott Pol