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445 East Fir Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 964-5675
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Felix Browder, mathematician shadowed by his father's life as a Communist, dies at 89 - Washington Post

Monday, January 02, 2017

MIT in the 90 years of existence of the institution.”Tainted by the association with his father, Dr. Browder spent most of his two-year hitch in the Army pumping gas at Fort Bragg, N.C. It took the personal intercession of Eleanor Roosevelt for him to gain a faculty appointment in 1955 to Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., where the former first lady was a trustee.According to his son Bill Browder’s 2015 book “Red Notice,” Roosevelt said it would be the most “un-American thing we could do to deny a great scientist his profession because of who his father was.”After Brandeis, Dr. Browder taught for seven years at Yale University before moving on to the University of Chicago, where he spent more than 20 years on the mathematics faculty, including 11 as department chairman.In 1986, he joined Rutgers University in New Jersey in the new position of vice president of research, and was instrumental in establishing a science and technology center in conjunction with Princeton and Bell Labs. As president of the American Mathematical Society in 1999 and 2000, he lobbied Congress for additional funding for math education.“I am devoted to carrying forth the cause of mathematics,” Dr. Browder said in 2000. “Computers are fundamentally mathematical, as is biotechnology. The problems of physics are increasingly mathematical in nature, and finance, in its global complexity, is mathematical as well.”As a scholar, Dr. Browder “achieved remarkable depth and generality” in his research, Jerry Bona, a mathematician at the University of Illinois at Chicago, said in an email. His specialty of nonlinear functional analysis, Bona added, “has become woven into the modern fabric of mathematical analysis and is used in their research by mathematicians, physicists, engineers and even economists all over the world.”Dr. Browder’s father, who was born in Kansas, became a socialist in his teens, later joined the Communist Party and went to the Soviet Union as a trade representative in the 1920s. After divorcing his first wife, he married Raissa Berkmann, a Russian Jewish lawyer, in 1926.They settled in Moscow, where Felix Earl Browder was born July 31, 1927. His first language was Russian.In 1932, the Browders moved to Yonkers, N.Y., where Felix grew up. During the Great Depression, the Communist Party reached the height of its influence in the United States, with Earl Browder as its leader. He was the party’s candidate for president in 1936 and 1940.He was sent to prison in 1941 for passport fraud, but his four-year sentence was commuted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt after 14 months. In 1946, Earl Browder was expelled from the Communist Party during an internal dispute in which he was rebuked for an insufficient Marxist zeal. U.S. officials repeatedly tried to deport his ­Russian-born wife before her death in 1955.“These were traumatic events for us,” Dr. Browder told the Newark Star-Ledger in 1998. “This went far beyond politics.” (Earl Browder died in 1973.)From an early age, Dr. Browder and his two younger brothers were immersed in a fervid intellectual and political atmosphere. He entered MIT at 16 and graduated in two years.

Water rescues continue in Cumberland County - News & Observer

Monday, October 10, 2016

Sunday.Crews were working to repair a broken water main in the hopes of restoring regular water pressure and lifting a boil-water ban that went into effect on Saturday night.Fort Bragg, closed for all but essential personnel through the storm, had returned to normal operations. County schools and offices will be closed on Monday, and the downtown library branch is expected to be closed for a week because of flood damage.Though officials begged local residents to stay off the roads Sunday to allow them to take care of ongoing emergencies and prevent new ones, traffic was steady. Traffic signals that were out because of power outages created some treacherous crossings. Drivers who found the rare convenience store that had electricity to pump gas, or the odd restaurant that was open and serving food, sometimes waited in line.The county was still operating five shelters, which were housing fewer than 200 people, though the Red Cross said the number could increase Sunday night because of fresh flooding in Hope Mills.Tanna Thompson came to the shelter at the Spring Lake Recreation Center with her three young children on Saturday, after waiting hours in the hopes that her power would come back on. She remained there Sunday, checking her phone periodically for a text from the electric company that would tell her the lights were back on.She expected to stay a second night, and had gone home to pick up a few things to make herself and the children more comfortable. She got some cozy blankets and her daughter’s pacifier. Without it, the baby woke her about once every hour.“I made sure I grabbed it today,” Thompson said. “We’re going to sleep tonight.”

Man who killed Army soldier wife wanted by FBI with $5G reward - New York Daily News

Monday, July 18, 2016

FBI.The feds announced a $5,000 reward Friday for information leading to the arrest of Jason Earl Armstrong, Jr. in connection with the July 1 killing of his wife Iris Armstrong, 24, at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville.The victim was found stabbed and beaten five days later, and coroners ruled she died from sharp and blunt force injuries, according to documents obtained by the Fayetteville Observer.Investigators believe the wanted man used his wife’s debit card shortly after murdering her, and they released a security camera image of him sitting in a car and using an ATM.Milwaukee woman recently added to FBI's Most Wanted is caughtJason Earl Armstrong Jr., 27, was wanted on a federal murder warrant for the killing of his wife, according to the FBI.(FBI)Agents described the suspect as 5-foot-11 to 6 feet tall and between 150 and 160 pounds. He’s wanted on a federal murder warrant and considered armed and dangerous.The feds said Jason Armstrong has connections to Atlanta, Ga.; Houston, Dallas and Amarillo, Tex.; Columbia, S.C.; Los Angeles and Orange County, Calif.; New Orleans and Phoenix.Any witnesses who spot him should contact their local FBI office or dial 911 rather than approaching him, according to the FBI. A spokeswoman for the agency's Charlotte office said he had not yet be

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Thomas Jackson

Saturday, April 08, 2017

LA; his children, Megan and Blake Springer of Fort Worth, TX; Courtney and Craig Holt of Haslet, TX; and Hunter Jackson of North Richland Hills, TX; his stepchildren, Kelsie and Mu Abdalrazaq of Fort Bragg, NC; Alex Duchesne and Brian Hatten of West Monroe, LA; and his grandchildren, Aiden Hope and Jaxson Thomas Stover, Brianna and Baylee Stover, Jayme, Zachary and Scarlett Renee Holt, Blakely Monroe Springer and baby Springer (due in August), and Laith Aiden Abdalrazaq.He is preceded in death by his brother, Robert Dewayne Jackson; his grandparents Helen and TJ Jackson; his grandmother Cloutie Gaspard and grandfather Matthew Sandifer.Services will be held on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at Skyvue Memorial Gardens Funeral Home & Cemetery in Mansfield, TX at 7220 Rendon Bloodworth Rd.

Larry R. Admire - Alton Daily News

Monday, February 06, 2017

Leah Kiger) of Greenfield; James Semanisin (Brittany Bessiere) of Marietta, Georgia; Jessica Semanisin (Mike Corbin) of Marietta, Georgia; Lucas Admire and Genna Admire of Alton; Patrick McDill of Fort Bragg, NC; Jameson McDill of Alton and two step-grandchildren: Molli Childs and Tanner Childs of Louisville, Mississippi; Adele’s two children, Michlynn and Dylan Langlois of Texas and Leah’s son, King. Also surviving are three great-granddaughters, Anslie Semanisin of Marietta, Georgia, Kylie Semanisin of Marietta, Georgia, and Coraline Admire (due March 15th) of Edwardsville. He is also survived by two very special nieces, Kelli Schenk Thompson (Charley), and Jodie Schenk Krueger (Eric Brand) and their families. He is also survived by Chloe, a special Westie and many dear friends. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Shirley Admire in March of 2014, and Carol Admire in May of 2015. We would like to thank all the wonderful health professionals that have taken care of Larry. Especially Dr. Michael Adams, Dr. Elaine Majerus, Dr. Maria Gonzales Mayda, the nursing staff at Alton Memorial and Barnes. The Home Health Care Team of OSF St. Anthony’s especially Marcia, Trish and so many more, and finally the Hospice Team at OSF St. Anthony’s especially Jess and Amber. A memorial visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at Gent Funeral Home in Alton. Private burial will be held at Valhalla Memorial Park with full military honors by the VFW Post 1308. Memorials may be made to the 5A’s Animal Shelter, or the Myelodysplastic Syndrome Foundation (MDS), 4573 South Broad Street, Suite 150, Yardville, NJ 08620. Online guestbook and information may be found at