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Hermosa Beach boy dies in Colorado skiing accident - The Daily Breeze

Monday, May 01, 2017

By Larry @larryaltman on TwitterA 12-year-old Hermosa Beach boy was killed over the weekend when he hit a tree stump while skiing at Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado, authorities said Monday.Logan Goodwin was injured Saturday afternoon while skiing in the trees near upper Springmeier, a beginner run on Peak 8, Summit County sheriff’s spokeswoman Erin Opsahl said.He was taken by helicopter to Children’s Hospital in Aurora. He died on Sunday.Logan was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident but died from damage to his abdomen, authorities said.Advertisement

RIP Paul McKenna - Newport Buzz

Monday, May 01, 2017

March of Dimes. He greatly enjoyed traveling with family to New York City, Halifax, Montreal, California and his epic snowboard excursions to Wyoming and Colorado.Professionally, he was recognized as one of Aquidneck Island’s most skilled bicycle mechanics and builder of bicycles. He mentored numerous budding bicycle mechanics throughout the last three decades. He skillfully applied his crafts at Ten Speed Spokes, Island Sports, and Newport Bicycle. Paul administered an after school program on bike repairs for students at Sullivan Elementary School, and was he was the personal bike mechanic to numerous Newporters, including Senator Claiborne Pell.He had a passion for adventure sports. Paul was free and happy when car hopping, riding mini-bikes, skateboarding, mountain biking, snowboarding and ocean kayaking with friends. Throughout his life he loved attending rock and roll concerts – slam dancing in the mosh pit with his friends, siblings, nieces and nephews and his son, Kyle. But his most precious moments were spent with family in his home, Newport. He was loved by all and will be greatly missed.Calling hours will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 1:00-3:00pm, in the Memorial Funeral Home, 375 Broadway, Newport, with a memorial service to take place at 3:00pm in the funeral home.Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the March of Dimes Birth Defects, Foundation of Rhode Island Chapter, 400 Reservoir Avenue, Providence, RI 02903, or to the Robert Potter League for Animals, PO Box 412, Newport, RI 02840.Share this:Comments comments

Joyce McShane - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Russell (Clarice) Paulson of Alcester, South Dakota; stepchildren, Vickie (Bob) Hubbard of Harbor City, California, Tammy McShane (Bert Colon) of Omaha, Nebraska, Cathy (Darren) Hamilton of Colorado, Springs, Colorado, Cindy Freeman of Seattle, Washington and Michelle McShane (Jeff Harmon) of Topeka, Kansas; 12 stepgrandchildren, six step-greatgrandchildren; and several “fur” grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter Stephanie in infancy; brothers and sisters-in-law, Roger and Jan Paulson and Ronald and Donna Paulson, her husband Donald McShane in 2015 and her three former husbands.A memorial visitation will be held from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, April 6, at Wass Funeral Home in Alcester, South Dakota.Condolences may be sent to the family at

Steven H. Freking - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Betty Freking of Le Mars; 11 sisters and brothers: Mary Kay (Rick) Juhl, of Le Mars, Diane (Rick) Baack of Le Mars, Randy (Lisa) Freking of Le Mars, Christy (Todd) Siders of Castlerock, Colorado, Dale (Lisé) Freking of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, Jeff (Annette) Freking of Kingsley, Dean (Julie) Freking of Milton, Massachusetts, Jerry (Rebecca) Freking of Fort Washington, Maryland, Chuck (Shelly) Freking of Grimes, Doug (Jen) Freking of Cumming and Angie (Dennis) Meister of Tulsa, Oklahomea; his in-laws, Norman (Mickey) Holthe of Omaha, Nebraska; Kim (Randy) Willms of Alcester, South Dakota, Dave (Patty) Peterson of Omaha, Nebraska, Chris (Eric) Lindgren of Lyons, Nebraska, Tatia (Kurt) of Jackson, Nebraska; and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind one precious granddaughter, Lydia, and one grandchild soon to be born.He was preceded in death by his father, Herman Freking, Jr.; a sister, Linda (Freking) Bouma; a sister-in-law, Mary (Schroeder) Freking; a nephew, Brody Freking; and father-in-law, Arvid Holthe.Funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 2, at the Benton Church, 14300 SW 20th St., Benton, Kansas. Food and drink will be provided following the service.Steve's seven brothers, Randy, Dale, Jeff, Dean, Jerry, Church and Doug, and a friend, Doug Reuter, and brother-in-law Dennis Meister, will be pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Tony Noakes and Pete Sullivan.Arrangements are under the direction of Lamb Funeral Home in Whitewater, Kansas.

Suffield Obituary: Robert Reed, 62 -

Saturday, April 08, 2017

He is survived by his loving wife Kathleen; his sons, Robert Reed, Jr. and his wife Mallory of West Suffield, Brendan Reed and his wife Michele of Aurora, Colorado and Declan Reed of Bozeman, Montana; his mother and her husband Kathleen and Jerry Bogin of Richmond, Virginia and his brother Tom Reed and his wife Dawn of County Clare, Ireland; his grandson, Emmet Reed; and his father-in-law Russell Williams of Bloomfield. Robert is predeceased by his father, Anthony Reed and mother-in-law, Kathleen Williams. Additionally, he leaves behind a wealth of family – in-laws, cousins, nieces and nephews who forever will miss his wit and charm. Calling hours are being held on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 at Carmon Funeral Home, 807 Bloomfield Ave. Windsor, CT 06095 from 3 – 7 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial is being held on Monday, April 3rd, 2017 at Sacred Heart Church in Bloomfield at 11 am. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery following mass. In lieu of flowers donations in Robert's memory may be made to "All Hallows High School" c/o Mr. Ronald Schutte, President, All Hallows High School, 111 East 164th Street, Bronx, NY, 10452, or online at For online condolences and directions please visit Get free real-time news alerts from the Suffield Patch.

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Steven W. Wilhoft - Parsons Sun

Monday, May 01, 2017

Steve was born July 22, 1958, in Denver to Frederick J. Wilhoft Jr. and Terry A. (McNassor) Wilhoft. He attended elementary school in Brighton, Colorado, and graduated in 1976 from Ranum High School in Denver. He earned a business degree from Ottawa University, Ottawa. Steve graduated from Washburn University School of Law in 1992.In 1985 Steve married Karissa J. Bartlett at First Christian Church, St. Francis. They have three children.Steve’s career began with the Law Office of Richard Tucker in Parsons. He later opened his own private practice. He served as Labette County attorney from 2000 to 2007, when he became an assistant attorney general for the state of Kansas, working as a part of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation Southeast Kansas Drug Task Force. He remained in this position until his passing. In March he was the first recipient of the Drug Prosecutor of the Year Award through the Kansas Narcotics Officers Association.Steve served as an elder at Trinity Lutheran Church, Parsons. He was an enthusiastic sports fan, devoted to the Kansas City Chiefs and the Kansas City Royals. He enjoyed collecting vintage comedian memorabilia and watching classic silent comedies. Steve w

Vail Daily obituary: Megan Elise Dickie, 1981 — 2017 - Vail Daily News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Peace Corps service, Megan attended Vermont Law School, where she obtained both a Masters of Law and Environmental Policy, cum laude and Juris Doctor Degrees in 2011. Megan became a member of the Colorado Bar in 2011. After law school, Megan served as a legal fellow with the Environmental Defense Fund until 2012. Between 2012 and 2013, Megan was a policy analyst for the Environmental Investigation Agency in Washington, D.C Most recently, Megan was a policy and planning Associate for the Wilderness Society in Denver. This was her dream job — working to protect the environment and living in Colorado.  In her short 35 years, Megan did more than most people do in a lifetime. She lived every day to the fullest, holding everyone, including herself, to the highest moral and ethical standards. She had incredible and unwavering integrity.Megan could be both silly and serious. She loved salsa dancing and always conveyed a quiet confidence about whatever she was doing. Given her passion for our natural environment, her love of the Colorado mountains and her strong Evanston connections, there will be two memorial celebrations of her life.  An Evanston celebration is scheduled for May 6 at the Chicago Botanical Garden from 2 to 4 p.m., and a Colorado celebration in Vail on June 24, with time to be announced at a later date. Additional details regarding both celebrations will be added to the website, In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Wilderness Society, 1660 Wynkoop, St. Denver, CO 80202 in Megan's name —  

Baltimore mourns Cardinal Keeler, former archbishop - The Tidings

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

United States.Archbishop Keeler was also elected as president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1992, where he helped coordinate 1993’s World Youth Day celebrations in Denver, Colorado. Archbishop Keeler was appointed a cardinal by St. John Paul II in 1994. He retired in 2007, at the age of 76. Cardinal Keeler was very involved in both interreligious and ecumenical activities, as well as the pro-life movement.At the USCCB, he served as the moderator for Catholic-Jewish relations as well as the Chair for the Bishops’ Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs between 1984 and 1987. He served on the International Catholic Orthodox Commission for Theological Dialogue, the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, and the Congregation for the Oriental Churches over the years. He also served twice as the Chair of the U.S. Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities.In Baltimore, Cardinal Keeler worked hard to secure funding for at-risk children and youth to attend Catholic schools in the archdiocese. Today, the fund that bears his name has awarded over 16,500 scholarships and has raised more than $70 million dollars in funding. Other efforts of Cardinal Keeler include his hosting of both Sts. John Paul II and Mother Teresa of Calcutta during their visits to Baltimore, and his efforts to restore the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.Sean Caine, spokesperson for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, told CNA that “the cardinal served the Archdiocese of Baltimore for 18 years,” a feat which made him third longest -serving bishop in the historic see. “He did so with great distinction, great clarity of vision and fidelity to the Church.” Caine continued to explain the cardinal’s meaning to the city and the deep significance of his leadership over those nearly two decades.“He was probably best known for his work in interfaith and ecumenical relations, which probably drew him close to Pope St. John Paul II, and that relationship bore particular fruit for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.” During the Holy Father’s 1995 visit to Baltimore, the Pope “was the first and only sitting Pope to visit the Archdiocese of Baltimore,” Caine explained.“He was a champion of Catholic education” and helped organize the local Catholic Charities’ comprehensive Catholic social services program, the Our Daily Bread Employment Center, Caine added. “It really is the cornerstone of Catholic Charities here in Baltimore.”Archbishop Lori expressed that the city will feel the impact of Cardinal Keeler’s loss. “Cardinal Keeler will be greatly missed,” Archbishop Lori wrote. “I am grateful to the Little Sisters for their devoted care for the Cardinal. May his noble priestly soul rest in peace!”The Archdiocese of Baltimore asks that, in lieu of flowers, well-wishers make contributions to the Cardinal William H. Keeler Endowment Fund of the Catholic Community Foundation.SIGN UP FOR OUR DAILY EMAIL NEWSLETTEREMAILSMS / TEXT MESSAGE

Eulala Johnson

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Garber OK & active in Lutheran Women’s Missionary League & Nu-Way Club. Her family was her life, her love & her career. Faye is survived by her 6 children, Trudy Fennewald & husband Marty of Colorado Springs CO, Vickie Nichols & husband Pat of Edmond OK, Dan Johnson & wife Gina of Purcell, OK, Jack Johnson of Denver CO, Tim Johnson & wife Jan of Stillwater OK, Wayne Johnson & wife Marilyn of Enid OK; 11 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren & numerous nieces & nephews. Memorials may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church - Flower Fund or DVD Ministry with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodians of the funds. Condolences may be made or the service may be viewed at .

Jim McKee: Robert Hawke among Nebraska City greats - Lincoln Journal Star

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Missouri, to Nebraska City in March 1859 and built a house on Fifth Street near Second Avenue.As the Nebraska City/Fort Kearny Cutoff route developed and absorbed much of the gold mining traffic to Colorado and Montana, Hawke & Nuckolls picked up freight traffic coming up the river on steamboats and crossing it on ferries. Within a short time, their business eclipsed even the huge Russell, Majors & Waddell.At the same time Hawke & Nuckolls opened an outfitting store in Mountain City, Colorado, which advertised their business of wholesaling and retailing “Provisions, Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Hardware, Mining Tools, Iron, Steel Nails ... Caps, Boots and Shoes ... etc.” Their freighting to Mountain City amounted to 250 tons in one year while their quartz and sawmill there was reported to be “coining money fast.”But back in Nebraska City, a fire, which started in a butcher shop on May 12, 1860, destroyed 38 buildings and houses barely missing Hawke’s year-old house. Sign up for our daily news email The top headlines from Delivered at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday.As the original city developed, inducements of free lots were offered including the one at 111 S. Sixth St. which was given to Conrad Mullis, providing he open a blacksmith shop in the city. Though it is unclear if the blacksmith shop ever opened there or anywhere in Nebraska City, Hawke built a grocery store on the lot in 1868. The two-story, stuccoed brick structure had an auditorium on the second floor giving the building the name of Hawke’s Hall, Hawke’s Opera House or the Standard Theatre. The theater on the upper floor opened December 22, 1868, and was in business until 1891 when the building became a commercial property which still stands today.While his business interests continued to expand, Hawke was one of 10 Nebraska City men who founded and organized the first public school there in 1859. He served on the city council for two years beginning in 1868, and, in the fall of 1870, was elected to the Nebraska state senate in the 8th legislature.While in the senate, he sat on the impeachment trial of Gov. David Butler and voted guilty with the majority. Although he held several strategic posts within the Legislature and was considered successful, he resigned the seat in 1871. Hawke was also one of 20 Nebraskans who issued a call for interested parties to meet at the Commercial Hotel in Lincoln in 1878 to form a state historical society.In the meantime, his businesses prospered, with the retail store alone claiming to have sold $300,00 of merchandise in one year. In 1