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Crossroads Community Church

9900 S 20 Mile Rd
Parker, CO 80134
(303) 841-2405
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Parker Funeral Home and Crematory Inc

10325 South Park Glenn Way
Parker, CO 80138
(303) 841-4004
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Viola Wagner

Monday, June 26, 2017

She enjoyed working crossword puzzles as part of her daily routine.Survivors include-Son- Hal and wife Carol Wagner of West Point, NE and family Mitch Wagner of Choctaw, OK and children- Parker, Brix, Knox, and Pax Luke Wagner and wife Sara Strehlow of Madison, WI Cole and wife Christina Wagner of Wichita Falls, TX Gina Wagner of Kansas City, KSSon-Ray and wife Cindy Wagner of Columbus, NE and family Jay and wife Jess Wagner of Hickman, NE and children Madison and Alex Leah and husband Justin Klein of Omaha, NEViola was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Ed “Cagle” in 1993, aunts-Caroline and Louise Stark, 3 stillborn siblings, sisters- Ruth and Leo Raabe, Irene and Vernon Rozendal, and her brother-Leland and Mary Ann Liibbe.

James Barnes

Monday, June 26, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 and 12-2:00 pm on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Anglin Funeral Home in Dover, TN. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, June 8, 2017 with Rickey Parker officiating. Burial will follow at Barnes Cemetery in Stewart County. Arrangements are by Anglin Funeral Home in Dover, TN. James was born at home in Stewart County to Doshie Beatrice Boone and William Madison Barnes on July 5, 1926. He was to married Mary Almonrode. He worked as a timber cutter for about 35 years and then as a self-employed truck driver. James enjoyed fishing, trapping, hunting and being with his family. James is preceded in death by his wife Mary, sister, Charlene Pruitte, half-sister Marie Barnes and half-brothers Levi Barnes and Morris Barnes. James is survived by Dottie Sue (Derrell) Maxwell, Clayton Dean (Margie) Barnes and Madison O’Neal (Shelia) Barnes and step-son Phillip Almonrode. He also has 5 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Johnny Bush, Allen Tatom, Clarence Clairday, Clayton Barnes, Clayton Barnes II, and Madison Barnes. The family of James Barnes wishes to extend our special thanks to Stephanie Moore for her many kindnesses. We also want to give sincere thanks to AseraCare Hospice, Spring Meadows Nursing Home, Dr. Robert Hudson and staff and Dr.

David Abrams - Index-Journal

Monday, June 19, 2017

John T. Abrams, Jr., and Rev. George Leagans officiating. Burial will follow in Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery.The family is at the home and will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Parker-White Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Ware Shoals First Presbyterian Church, PO Box 542, Ware Shoals, SC 29692; or to the Ware Shoals Youth Center, PO Box 212, Ware Shoals, SC 29692. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.ParkerWhitePruitt.com...

Parkersburg funeral home hosts 60th annual Memorial Day ceremony - The News Center

Saturday, June 10, 2017

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - A local funeral home kicked off the holiday weekend with its annual Memorial Day ceremony. Sunset Funeral Home and Sunset Memory Gardens honored fallen veterans in its annual Memorial Day ceremony Saturday morning. The event featured a presentation of colors, 21-gun salute, roll call of the fallen, and cannon firing.Attendees also placed roses on the graves of their loved ones. Tracy Boorom, the funeral home's managing director, says the ceremony has been held since 1957. "Every year we do this program, to honor everybody that we have lost this year that we have either taken care of at the cemetery or the funeral home," she said.There were appearances from veterans of the American Legion Post 15 in Parkersburg and the Marine Corp League.

Obit Gives Us an Inside Look at Inside Journalism. It's Not Pretty. - National Review

Monday, May 01, 2017

Weber’s credit, features the reporter’s chagrin. “Don’t put in so many facts!” he chides himself. Times devotees should take Obit as a warning.*****The 2012 film I’m CarolynParker by Jonathan Demme (1944–2017) belongs to the endangered species of great documentaries. I suppose it must be categorized as a documentary since it is a nonfiction, slice-of-life account of a real person, yet it transcends genre classification because it is, really, an extraordinary character appreciation. Demme went to Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina in 2006, but he had a different purpose from that of the carpetbagger journalists and filmmakers who used the catastrophe to show off their bleeding-heart bona fides. This film is part of Demme’s planned project to document the American issue of “right to return” — citizens of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward who were denied the right to reclaim their flooded homes. Demme found a fertile subject in the charming, articulate, middle-aged Parker, who had survived an unsuccessful marriage, assorted career ventures, genuine tests of faith, and then Katrina. One friend tells Carolyn, ‘We are spiritual beings going through a human experience.’ That realization summarizes Demme’s art. Parker held fast to her cultural and spiritual heritage and her citizen’s rights, which makes this a far richer film than Spike Lee’s two (count ’em) overblown HBO documentaries about Katrina or any of Anderson Cooper’s countless, grandstanding CNN reports/arguments that exploited the disaster. Lee and Cooper both showered typical liberal condescension on less fortunate people, merely to show off their own bourgie political dogma. But Demme worked artistically t...

DONALD E. KELLEY - Youngstown Vindicator

Monday, May 01, 2017

Don is survived by a son, Arian G. Kelley of Wilmington, N.C.; a daughter, Megan K. Small of Kannapolis, N.C.; three sisters, Margaret Brown of Florida, Winifred Kiersey of Toronto, Ohio, and Beth Parker of Kent; and two brothers, William Kelley of Mantua, and Lawrence Kelley of Aiken, S.C. He also leaves behind his four grandchildren, Chandler, Cora, Sophia, and Evan; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins, all of whom he dearly loved. Requiescat In Pacem. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Michael Kelley. In accordance with Don?s wishes, there will be no funeral services or calling hours. Arrangements for Mr. Kelley are being provided by the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, 533 N. Park Ave. in Warren. Please visit www.carlwhall.com to view this obituary and to send condolences to the Kelley family.

Civil-rights activist set example fighting for change - The Detroit News

Monday, May 01, 2017

West Grand Blvd, in Detroit. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Friday at St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Church - St. Leo site, 4860 15th Street at West Grand River in Detroit. Father Theodore Parker will officiate.Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery in Clinton Township.Read or Share this story: http://detne.ws/2oTHrBK...

Charles Cooper - New Virginia - Osceola Sentinel Tribune

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Cooper, Carson Cooper, Zoey Harmon, Annie Harmon and soon-to-be grandson Charlie Alan, due in August; eight great-grandchildren with another great-granddaughter due in May; brothers, Sonny (Mithes) Parker of Melcher, David (Fayetta) Cooper of Redfield, Bill (Rosie) Cooper of Melcher, Donnie (Jane) Cooper of Des Moines and Eddie Fleming; sisters, Jackie (Johnny) Vanderick of Williamson, Snooky (Mike) Mathes of Milo and Dianna Graham of Norwalk; sisters-in-law, Connie Felton of Indianola and Diana McDole of New Virginia; brother-in-law Merle Felton of New Virginia; mother-in-law Doris Jean Holm of Norwalk; as well as other relatives and many friends.Chuck was preceded in death by his parents; wife Cynthia Ann Cooper; brothers, Johnny Cooper, Jimmy Cooper and Bryce Cooper and sisters, Rose Gruder, Pauline McCully, Joann Breese, Eloise Mullen and Ruby Flanders. Comments...

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Viola Wagner

Monday, June 26, 2017

She enjoyed working crossword puzzles as part of her daily routine.Survivors include-Son- Hal and wife Carol Wagner of West Point, NE and family Mitch Wagner of Choctaw, OK and children- Parker, Brix, Knox, and Pax Luke Wagner and wife Sara Strehlow of Madison, WI Cole and wife Christina Wagner of Wichita Falls, TX Gina Wagner of Kansas City, KSSon-Ray and wife Cindy Wagner of Columbus, NE and family Jay and wife Jess Wagner of Hickman, NE and children Madison and Alex Leah and husband Justin Klein of Omaha, NEViola was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Ed “Cagle” in 1993, aunts-Caroline and Louise Stark, 3 stillborn siblings, sisters- Ruth and Leo Raabe, Irene and Vernon Rozendal, and her brother-Leland and Mary Ann Liibbe.

James Barnes

Monday, June 26, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 and 12-2:00 pm on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Anglin Funeral Home in Dover, TN. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, June 8, 2017 with Rickey Parker officiating. Burial will follow at Barnes Cemetery in Stewart County. Arrangements are by Anglin Funeral Home in Dover, TN. James was born at home in Stewart County to Doshie Beatrice Boone and William Madison Barnes on July 5, 1926. He was to married Mary Almonrode. He worked as a timber cutter for about 35 years and then as a self-employed truck driver. James enjoyed fishing, trapping, hunting and being with his family. James is preceded in death by his wife Mary, sister, Charlene Pruitte, half-sister Marie Barnes and half-brothers Levi Barnes and Morris Barnes. James is survived by Dottie Sue (Derrell) Maxwell, Clayton Dean (Margie) Barnes and Madison O’Neal (Shelia) Barnes and step-son Phillip Almonrode. He also has 5 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Johnny Bush, Allen Tatom, Clarence Clairday, Clayton Barnes, Clayton Barnes II, and Madison Barnes. The family of James Barnes wishes to extend our special thanks to Stephanie Moore for her many kindnesses. We also want to give sincere thanks to AseraCare Hospice, Spring Meadows Nursing Home, Dr. Robert Hudson and staff and Dr.

David Abrams - Index-Journal

Monday, June 19, 2017

John T. Abrams, Jr., and Rev. George Leagans officiating. Burial will follow in Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery.The family is at the home and will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Parker-White Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Ware Shoals First Presbyterian Church, PO Box 542, Ware Shoals, SC 29692; or to the Ware Shoals Youth Center, PO Box 212, Ware Shoals, SC 29692. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.ParkerWhitePruitt.com...

Parkersburg funeral home hosts 60th annual Memorial Day ceremony - The News Center

Saturday, June 10, 2017

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - A local funeral home kicked off the holiday weekend with its annual Memorial Day ceremony. Sunset Funeral Home and Sunset Memory Gardens honored fallen veterans in its annual Memorial Day ceremony Saturday morning. The event featured a presentation of colors, 21-gun salute, roll call of the fallen, and cannon firing.Attendees also placed roses on the graves of their loved ones. Tracy Boorom, the funeral home's managing director, says the ceremony has been held since 1957. "Every year we do this program, to honor everybody that we have lost this year that we have either taken care of at the cemetery or the funeral home," she said.There were appearances from veterans of the American Legion Post 15 in Parkersburg and the Marine Corp League.

Obit Gives Us an Inside Look at Inside Journalism. It's Not Pretty. - National Review

Monday, May 01, 2017

Weber’s credit, features the reporter’s chagrin. “Don’t put in so many facts!” he chides himself. Times devotees should take Obit as a warning.*****The 2012 film I’m CarolynParker by Jonathan Demme (1944–2017) belongs to the endangered species of great documentaries. I suppose it must be categorized as a documentary since it is a nonfiction, slice-of-life account of a real person, yet it transcends genre classification because it is, really, an extraordinary character appreciation. Demme went to Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina in 2006, but he had a different purpose from that of the carpetbagger journalists and filmmakers who used the catastrophe to show off their bleeding-heart bona fides. This film is part of Demme’s planned project to document the American issue of “right to return” — citizens of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward who were denied the right to reclaim their flooded homes. Demme found a fertile subject in the charming, articulate, middle-aged Parker, who had survived an unsuccessful marriage, assorted career ventures, genuine tests of faith, and then Katrina. One friend tells Carolyn, ‘We are spiritual beings going through a human experience.’ That realization summarizes Demme’s art. Parker held fast to her cultural and spiritual heritage and her citizen’s rights, which makes this a far richer film than Spike Lee’s two (count ’em) overblown HBO documentaries about Katrina or any of Anderson Cooper’s countless, grandstanding CNN reports/arguments that exploited the disaster. Lee and Cooper both showered typical liberal condescension on less fortunate people, merely to show off their own bourgie political dogma. But Demme worked artistically t...

DONALD E. KELLEY - Youngstown Vindicator

Monday, May 01, 2017

Don is survived by a son, Arian G. Kelley of Wilmington, N.C.; a daughter, Megan K. Small of Kannapolis, N.C.; three sisters, Margaret Brown of Florida, Winifred Kiersey of Toronto, Ohio, and Beth Parker of Kent; and two brothers, William Kelley of Mantua, and Lawrence Kelley of Aiken, S.C. He also leaves behind his four grandchildren, Chandler, Cora, Sophia, and Evan; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins, all of whom he dearly loved. Requiescat In Pacem. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Michael Kelley. In accordance with Don?s wishes, there will be no funeral services or calling hours. Arrangements for Mr. Kelley are being provided by the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, 533 N. Park Ave. in Warren. Please visit www.carlwhall.com to view this obituary and to send condolences to the Kelley family.

Civil-rights activist set example fighting for change - The Detroit News

Monday, May 01, 2017

West Grand Blvd, in Detroit. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Friday at St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Church - St. Leo site, 4860 15th Street at West Grand River in Detroit. Father Theodore Parker will officiate.Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery in Clinton Township.Read or Share this story: http://detne.ws/2oTHrBK...

Charles Cooper - New Virginia - Osceola Sentinel Tribune

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Cooper, Carson Cooper, Zoey Harmon, Annie Harmon and soon-to-be grandson Charlie Alan, due in August; eight great-grandchildren with another great-granddaughter due in May; brothers, Sonny (Mithes) Parker of Melcher, David (Fayetta) Cooper of Redfield, Bill (Rosie) Cooper of Melcher, Donnie (Jane) Cooper of Des Moines and Eddie Fleming; sisters, Jackie (Johnny) Vanderick of Williamson, Snooky (Mike) Mathes of Milo and Dianna Graham of Norwalk; sisters-in-law, Connie Felton of Indianola and Diana McDole of New Virginia; brother-in-law Merle Felton of New Virginia; mother-in-law Doris Jean Holm of Norwalk; as well as other relatives and many friends.Chuck was preceded in death by his parents; wife Cynthia Ann Cooper; brothers, Johnny Cooper, Jimmy Cooper and Bryce Cooper and sisters, Rose Gruder, Pauline McCully, Joann Breese, Eloise Mullen and Ruby Flanders. Comments...