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Marie Tantengco

Monday, June 26, 2017

Marie Paz Tantengco of Waukegan, Illinois formerly of Betis, Guagua, Pampanga, Philippines passed away at Vista East Medical Center in Waukegan on Sunday, May 28, 2017 at the age of 89.Survived by sons Jesus (Linda) Tantengco; Dante (Leonora) Tantengco; Teodulfo (Luz) Tantengco; Fred (Myrna) Tantengco; Teresito (Myla) Tantengco; 1 daughter Whil (Harvey) Herrington; 1 brother Carlos(Virginia) Maglalang; 13 grandchildren, Jesus IV, Egbert, Jelyn, Jessica, Danby, Jacqueline, Jeniffer, Jinlee, Matthew Jake, Alyssa Marie, Terrence, Abigail, Ajay; and 7 great grandchildren. Marie was preceded in death by her parents Alejandro and Barbara (Carreon) Maglalang; 1 brother Ponciano Maglalang; 2 sisters Luz (Ernesto) Tiopengco and Aurora Maglalang who passed away as a young child.Marie came to the United States in 1989. She was born in Parang, Cotabato, Philippines. She was a very witty, decisive woman. Above all, she was loving to all but especially her family. Prior to having children, Marie was an elementary school teacher until she started her own family when she decided to stay home to raise...

SunPower by Freedom Solar installs rooftop solar arrays on seven Mission Park locations - AltEnergyMag

Monday, June 19, 2017

Freedom Solar has completed numerous projects in San Antonio including ABC Home and Commercial Services, Lake Flato Architects, Alamo Architects, Overland Partners, OCO Architects, and Northwest Vista college. ...

LINDSEY 'BONA' BOWERS JR - Youngstown Vindicator

Monday, April 03, 2017

Mr. Lindsey ?Bona? Bowers Jr., will be held on today at 11 a.m. at the J.E. Washington Funeral Home. Mr. Bowers departed this life March 29, 2017, at Ohio Living Park Vista. Mr. Bowers was born Feb. 19, 1943, in Youngstown, a son of Lindsey and Dorothy Dawson Bowers. He started working at the age of 16 and was formerly employed with the Mahoning Valley News for 47 years, and the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown for 43 years. He attended trade school in Vienna. Lindsey enjoyed walking, shopping at retail stores and watching television. He loved to spend time with his family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memory, his sisters, Barbara Finch of New York, Henrietta (George) Jackson of Marlboro, Conn., Carol Jean Bowers, Linda Bowers and Ada (Calvin) Hill, all of Youngstown, Clara (Lorenzo) Parks of Indianapolis, April Bowers-Keyes of Germantown, Md. and Carla (Dewayne) Wynn of Silver Springs, Md.; his brother, Kevin (Edna) Bowers of Decatur, Ga.; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Stephen Bowers Sr. and Alexander Bowers; his sister, Gail Bowers; and his brother-in-law, Willie Clyde Fin...

Karen Anne Emerine Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

William and Edith (Fowler) Miller, Sr. Karen was a 1964 graduate of Bristol High School and was employed as a cashier at Shaffers Market for several years. She also worked for a time at the Buena Vista Cafe and she sold Avon products.She married Martin P. Emerine on April 10, 1965, they shared 52 years of marriage and many happy memories together, he survives.Karen enjoyed crocheting, gardening and making scrubbies. She was a loving and outgoing lady who dearly loved her family and friends. She will be sadly missed by those who knew and loved her.Besides her beloved husband, Karen is survived by a son, Jeff Emerine, of Bristolville; a brother, Alan (Sharon) Miller of Akron; a sister, Joyce (John) Sines, of Rineyville, Kentuky and a granddaughter, Alexis McCrimmon of Bristolville. She was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Wendy Emerine; a brother, William Miller, Jr and a sister, Diane Currence.Funeral services will be held 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, 533 North Park Ave., Warren, with Pastor Fred Keener officiating.Friends may call from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Tuesday at the funeral home.In lieu of flowers the family requests material contributions be made to the Bristolville Church of The Brethren, in Karen’s memory. This obituary may be viewed and condolences can be sent to the Emerine family by visiting www.carlwhall.c...

Million-dollar views remain at Flathead Lake in Montana - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, March 27, 2017

Do you mind?” She knew we didn’t. It was the kind of thing that would never happen in most places. This unaffected warmth made as much of an impression on me as Montana’s dramatic vistas.Our motel, the Islander Inn, was one of the few I could find that came close to my $150 budget. From the outside, it looks like a classic midcentury motor lodge, but each room is named for an island — Bali, Zanzibar, Crete — and decorated in the spirit of that place. Our room, “Jamaica,” had deep blue-accent walls, white wicker furniture and evocative paintings of Caribbean palms. Just east of Bigfork in the enclave of Woods Bay, the Islander was across the street from the Raven, a turquoise-painted waterfront restaurant with a shaded patio and a dock where motorboaters tie up and go in for a drink.Though Flathead Lake Brewing Co. recently opened a huge new location in Bigfork, the original taproom, next door to the Islander, is the kind of local bar where customers greet one another by name and discuss livestock futures over a pint of craft beer.The next evening, our first night in Woods Bay, Tim was struck by what felt like a vicious case of food poisoning. Roxie and I went exploring by car on our own, eventually finding our way to the Echo Lake Cafe, an out-of-the-way roadside restaurant that has been serving local specialties like Flathead cherry cobbler and huckleberry ice cream since 1960.Our plan had been to go kayaking, but with Tim sick I wasn’t comfortable taking Roxie out on a tiny boat on such a large, unpredictable lake. It would have been largely a lost day. But that afternoon, while Tim and Roxie napped, my dad’s cousin, LouAnn, whom I hadn’t seen since my grandmother’s funeral, offered to give me a tour. An elegant woman with short blond hair, she swept me up in her silver SUV.Worth every dollarWe passed a large pond choked with tall reeds, and LouAnn said with a mischievous smile that her grandfather, my great-grandfather, “lost more than one car in there.” We went to meet Dorothy, the last of my grandmother’s seven siblings, who had turned 90 the previous month. She didn’t say much, but she shared Roxie’s birthday and my grandmother’s smile.On our way back to the Islander, LouAnn took a sharp turn down a narrow road through scraggly pines to the property where my grandmother was raised. She pointed to two tall trees in a clearing beside a sprawling ranch house. “There used to be a house — a shack,” she said, correcting herself, “right there.”When Tim recovered the next day, we rented a tandem kayak at a rental shop down the road, across from a small, private beach. The sturdy red vessel was stable enough for me to sit in the back, with Roxie between my legs, while Tim paddled in front. Wearing a wide straw hat, he navigated us through the placid water. Often, the wind ramps up in the afternoons and the Flathead can quickly get rough. But after our bad luck the previous day, we were treated to what LouAnn said was one of the warmest, calmest days of the year.We paddled past enormous summer cottages with immaculate gardens, gazebos, private docks and boat garages. It was hard to jibe this place with the Flathead I had heard about throughout my childhood, the humble place where my grandmother, her seven siblings, parents and grandparents all lived in a shack with a million-dollar view.But once we passed the cluster of houses in the protected bay, the lakefront became less developed and more wild. Roxie stared out from beneath her purple sun hat, content to do nothing but chirp at the birds and point at the speedboats racing past.Later, we would sit on the beach and eat cherries, which were sold on the roadside in two-pound bags ($5). Tim and I took turns picking up colorful stones and handing them to Roxie, who held them like sacred objects. I tried to show her how to skip them. But she looked at me as if to say, “Why would we toss such treasures?”The Flathead might not have been the place I had imagined, but...

MORGAN, Helen Pauline - Roanoke Times: Obituaries - Roanoke Times

Monday, February 27, 2017

AN Helen Pauline May 11, 1916 February 25, 2017 Helen Pauline Raines (Polly) Morgan, 100, of Roanoke, Va., went to be with her Lord on Saturday morning, February 25, 2017. Polly was a graduate of Altavista High School and Jefferson Hospital School of Nursing. She was an active member of Grandin Court Baptist Church. Polly was a dedicated registered nurse and worked throughout the Roanoke Valley at Jefferson Surgical Clinic, American Viscose, Veteran's Administration Hospital, private duty and general medical-surgical nursing at Jefferson Hospital. She especially enjoyed traveling to Hawaii, Switzerland, Alaska and most of the United States. Polly joined her husband in ballroom dancing, bowling and senior citizen activities. She faithfully supported her children in all they were involved such as sports, Scouts, home room mother and child evangelism. Polly strongly encouraged each child and grandchild to complete a four-year college degree and was so proud when they reached this goal. She was preceded in death by her parents, Eula and Paul Raines; husband, Reginald Jackson Morgan; brothers, Hubert Raines and Harold Raines; sister, Lois Raines Davenport; and two grandchildren. Polly is sur...

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Marie Tantengco

Monday, June 26, 2017

Marie Paz Tantengco of Waukegan, Illinois formerly of Betis, Guagua, Pampanga, Philippines passed away at Vista East Medical Center in Waukegan on Sunday, May 28, 2017 at the age of 89.Survived by sons Jesus (Linda) Tantengco; Dante (Leonora) Tantengco; Teodulfo (Luz) Tantengco; Fred (Myrna) Tantengco; Teresito (Myla) Tantengco; 1 daughter Whil (Harvey) Herrington; 1 brother Carlos(Virginia) Maglalang; 13 grandchildren, Jesus IV, Egbert, Jelyn, Jessica, Danby, Jacqueline, Jeniffer, Jinlee, Matthew Jake, Alyssa Marie, Terrence, Abigail, Ajay; and 7 great grandchildren. Marie was preceded in death by her parents Alejandro and Barbara (Carreon) Maglalang; 1 brother Ponciano Maglalang; 2 sisters Luz (Ernesto) Tiopengco and Aurora Maglalang who passed away as a young child.Marie came to the United States in 1989. She was born in Parang, Cotabato, Philippines. She was a very witty, decisive woman. Above all, she was loving to all but especially her family. Prior to having children, Marie was an elementary school teacher until she started her own family when she decided to stay home to raise...

SunPower by Freedom Solar installs rooftop solar arrays on seven Mission Park locations - AltEnergyMag

Monday, June 19, 2017

Freedom Solar has completed numerous projects in San Antonio including ABC Home and Commercial Services, Lake Flato Architects, Alamo Architects, Overland Partners, OCO Architects, and Northwest Vista college. ...

LINDSEY 'BONA' BOWERS JR - Youngstown Vindicator

Monday, April 03, 2017

Mr. Lindsey ?Bona? Bowers Jr., will be held on today at 11 a.m. at the J.E. Washington Funeral Home. Mr. Bowers departed this life March 29, 2017, at Ohio Living Park Vista. Mr. Bowers was born Feb. 19, 1943, in Youngstown, a son of Lindsey and Dorothy Dawson Bowers. He started working at the age of 16 and was formerly employed with the Mahoning Valley News for 47 years, and the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown for 43 years. He attended trade school in Vienna. Lindsey enjoyed walking, shopping at retail stores and watching television. He loved to spend time with his family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memory, his sisters, Barbara Finch of New York, Henrietta (George) Jackson of Marlboro, Conn., Carol Jean Bowers, Linda Bowers and Ada (Calvin) Hill, all of Youngstown, Clara (Lorenzo) Parks of Indianapolis, April Bowers-Keyes of Germantown, Md. and Carla (Dewayne) Wynn of Silver Springs, Md.; his brother, Kevin (Edna) Bowers of Decatur, Ga.; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Stephen Bowers Sr. and Alexander Bowers; his sister, Gail Bowers; and his brother-in-law, Willie Clyde Fin...

Karen Anne Emerine Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

William and Edith (Fowler) Miller, Sr. Karen was a 1964 graduate of Bristol High School and was employed as a cashier at Shaffers Market for several years. She also worked for a time at the Buena Vista Cafe and she sold Avon products.She married Martin P. Emerine on April 10, 1965, they shared 52 years of marriage and many happy memories together, he survives.Karen enjoyed crocheting, gardening and making scrubbies. She was a loving and outgoing lady who dearly loved her family and friends. She will be sadly missed by those who knew and loved her.Besides her beloved husband, Karen is survived by a son, Jeff Emerine, of Bristolville; a brother, Alan (Sharon) Miller of Akron; a sister, Joyce (John) Sines, of Rineyville, Kentuky and a granddaughter, Alexis McCrimmon of Bristolville. She was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Wendy Emerine; a brother, William Miller, Jr and a sister, Diane Currence.Funeral services will be held 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, 533 North Park Ave., Warren, with Pastor Fred Keener officiating.Friends may call from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Tuesday at the funeral home.In lieu of flowers the family requests material contributions be made to the Bristolville Church of The Brethren, in Karen’s memory. This obituary may be viewed and condolences can be sent to the Emerine family by visiting www.carlwhall.c...

Million-dollar views remain at Flathead Lake in Montana - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, March 27, 2017

Do you mind?” She knew we didn’t. It was the kind of thing that would never happen in most places. This unaffected warmth made as much of an impression on me as Montana’s dramatic vistas.Our motel, the Islander Inn, was one of the few I could find that came close to my $150 budget. From the outside, it looks like a classic midcentury motor lodge, but each room is named for an island — Bali, Zanzibar, Crete — and decorated in the spirit of that place. Our room, “Jamaica,” had deep blue-accent walls, white wicker furniture and evocative paintings of Caribbean palms. Just east of Bigfork in the enclave of Woods Bay, the Islander was across the street from the Raven, a turquoise-painted waterfront restaurant with a shaded patio and a dock where motorboaters tie up and go in for a drink.Though Flathead Lake Brewing Co. recently opened a huge new location in Bigfork, the original taproom, next door to the Islander, is the kind of local bar where customers greet one another by name and discuss livestock futures over a pint of craft beer.The next evening, our first night in Woods Bay, Tim was struck by what felt like a vicious case of food poisoning. Roxie and I went exploring by car on our own, eventually finding our way to the Echo Lake Cafe, an out-of-the-way roadside restaurant that has been serving local specialties like Flathead cherry cobbler and huckleberry ice cream since 1960.Our plan had been to go kayaking, but with Tim sick I wasn’t comfortable taking Roxie out on a tiny boat on such a large, unpredictable lake. It would have been largely a lost day. But that afternoon, while Tim and Roxie napped, my dad’s cousin, LouAnn, whom I hadn’t seen since my grandmother’s funeral, offered to give me a tour. An elegant woman with short blond hair, she swept me up in her silver SUV.Worth every dollarWe passed a large pond choked with tall reeds, and LouAnn said with a mischievous smile that her grandfather, my great-grandfather, “lost more than one car in there.” We went to meet Dorothy, the last of my grandmother’s seven siblings, who had turned 90 the previous month. She didn’t say much, but she shared Roxie’s birthday and my grandmother’s smile.On our way back to the Islander, LouAnn took a sharp turn down a narrow road through scraggly pines to the property where my grandmother was raised. She pointed to two tall trees in a clearing beside a sprawling ranch house. “There used to be a house — a shack,” she said, correcting herself, “right there.”When Tim recovered the next day, we rented a tandem kayak at a rental shop down the road, across from a small, private beach. The sturdy red vessel was stable enough for me to sit in the back, with Roxie between my legs, while Tim paddled in front. Wearing a wide straw hat, he navigated us through the placid water. Often, the wind ramps up in the afternoons and the Flathead can quickly get rough. But after our bad luck the previous day, we were treated to what LouAnn said was one of the warmest, calmest days of the year.We paddled past enormous summer cottages with immaculate gardens, gazebos, private docks and boat garages. It was hard to jibe this place with the Flathead I had heard about throughout my childhood, the humble place where my grandmother, her seven siblings, parents and grandparents all lived in a shack with a million-dollar view.But once we passed the cluster of houses in the protected bay, the lakefront became less developed and more wild. Roxie stared out from beneath her purple sun hat, content to do nothing but chirp at the birds and point at the speedboats racing past.Later, we would sit on the beach and eat cherries, which were sold on the roadside in two-pound bags ($5). Tim and I took turns picking up colorful stones and handing them to Roxie, who held them like sacred objects. I tried to show her how to skip them. But she looked at me as if to say, “Why would we toss such treasures?”The Flathead might not have been the place I had imagined, but...

MORGAN, Helen Pauline - Roanoke Times: Obituaries - Roanoke Times

Monday, February 27, 2017

AN Helen Pauline May 11, 1916 February 25, 2017 Helen Pauline Raines (Polly) Morgan, 100, of Roanoke, Va., went to be with her Lord on Saturday morning, February 25, 2017. Polly was a graduate of Altavista High School and Jefferson Hospital School of Nursing. She was an active member of Grandin Court Baptist Church. Polly was a dedicated registered nurse and worked throughout the Roanoke Valley at Jefferson Surgical Clinic, American Viscose, Veteran's Administration Hospital, private duty and general medical-surgical nursing at Jefferson Hospital. She especially enjoyed traveling to Hawaii, Switzerland, Alaska and most of the United States. Polly joined her husband in ballroom dancing, bowling and senior citizen activities. She faithfully supported her children in all they were involved such as sports, Scouts, home room mother and child evangelism. Polly strongly encouraged each child and grandchild to complete a four-year college degree and was so proud when they reached this goal. She was preceded in death by her parents, Eula and Paul Raines; husband, Reginald Jackson Morgan; brothers, Hubert Raines and Harold Raines; sister, Lois Raines Davenport; and two grandchildren. Polly is sur...