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Bernard “Bernie” J. Wlodarski, Sr. Obituary -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Croatian music.Survivors include his wife, the former, Evelyn E. Sulich, whom he married on June 13, 1964; three sons, Donald Sherman and his wife, Misty, Atlanta, Georgia, Bernard “BJ” Wlodarski, Jr. and his companion, Debbie Ott, South Pymatuning Township and Chris Wlodarski and his wife, Heidi, Masury; five grandchildren, Nathan, Chase and Alexis Sherman and Emma and Leah Wlodarski; a sister, Marlene Smith and her husband, Jack, Farrell and a brother, John Wlodarski and his wife, Jean, Masury.In addition to his parents, Bernie was preceded in death by a sister, JoAnn James.The family suggest memorial contributions be made to St. Anthony Church, 804 Idaho St., Sharon, Pennsylvania 16146.Calling hours will be 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 East State St., Sharon.Funeral mass will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 12 in St. Anthony Church, Sharon, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be at Our Lady Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Hermitage.Funeral arrangements handled by J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home, Inc.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement

Flight 242 service at New Hope Baptist Church - The Dallas New Era

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

As the aircraft ran out of options, the crew made visual contact with the ground and spotted Georgia 92 Spur, (now Ga. 381) a straight section of highway running through New Hope in Paulding County. They attempted to set down, but during the rollout the aircraft collided with a gas station/grocery store and other structures.The flight crew and 60 passengers were killed, but 19 passengers ultimately survived, as well as both flight attendants. Eight more people on the ground died. One passenger initially survived the crash and died on June 5, 1977. And another seriously injured person on the ground died around one month later.Tax deductible donations can be mailed to Attn.: Sheilah Pickett at Georgia Heritage Bank, P.O. Box 1430, Dallas, GA 30132. Checks should be made payable to: “New Hope Memorial Flight 242, Inc.” or donate online at District 17 State Rep. Howard Maxwell, R-Dallas, delivered a presentation from Governor Nathan Deal during Saturday's Flight 242 service at New Hope Baptist Church. (Photo: R. Grant) 2. Plaque and design graphic for New Hope Flight 242 Monument to be placed near the crash site. (submitted)

Floyd Raymond Owen - The Chattanoogan

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Floyd Raymond Owen, 94, of Rossville, Georgia, died on Saturday, April 15, 2017, at his daughter's home.A lifelong resident of Chattanooga, Mr. Owen retired from Sears after more than 30 years of service. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Air Force and was an avid gardener, woodworker, enjoyed flying, and most of all, loved his family.He served his church faithfully at Rossville First Baptist for 50 years.He was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Hazel Owen; son, Terry Owen; parents, Arthur and Gladys Owen; brother, Herman Owen; and sisters, Geniva Demsey, Mabel Duckett and Thelma Hydas.Survivors are his daughter, Debra (Lamar) Plunkett, Ringgold; granddaughter, Tabitha Bohannon (Jamie Harris); two grandsons, Aaron Plunkett (Danielle Smith), and Greg Owen (Heather Fox);  five great-grandchildren, Wyatt Owen, Maddox and Parker Bohannon, Jaxson and Ingread Harris;  daughter-in-law, Sheila Owen; and several nieces and nephews.Services will be held on Wednesday, April 19, at 2 p.m. in the chapel with Reverend B

Hettie Mae Dean Ratliff - The

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Fairburn on Greene Street that was called, Playmates Paradise for 17 years. She has a special love for teaching young children. Hettie also was an executive secretary to the Georgia Cosmetology Association where she made many life time friends.She spent her remaining years being “Mimi” to seven grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren, whom she loves so dearly.Hettie was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Glenn Ratliff Sr., her sons Edward Glenn Ratliff Jr. and Richard W. Ratliff.She is survived by her daughter, Cindy Farr and her husband, Dennis of Newnan, daughter in-laws, Judy Ratliff of Peachtree City, Kathleen Ratliff of Newnan; brother, Jimmy Dean of Memphis, Tenn.; seven grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.A memorial service will be held Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 4 p.m. in the Chapel of Parrott Funeral Home with Chaplain Ken Rose officiating.Those wishing may sign the online guestbook at lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Egleston Children’s Hospital, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, 1577 NE Expressway, Suite A, Atlanta, Ga. 30329 ( or St. Jude Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, Tenn. 38105 ( family will receive friends Thursday afternoon from 2:30 p.m. until the service begins at Parrott Funeral Home & Crematory, 770-964-4800.

In Memory: Jacob David Fletcher, 22 -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Editor's note: the following obituary was submitted by Roswell Funeral Home.Jacob David Fletcher, 22, passed away on April 1st, 2017. He attended school in Alpharetta, Georgia, graduating from Fulton Science Academy in 2013. After high school graduation, he was attending Georgia Perimeter College in Dunwoody in preparation for a career in accounting. Jake also enjoyed working at Publix. Jake leaves his loving parents, Michael and Leslie Fletcher; sister, Rachel; grandparents, Nancy Fletcher, Jack and Karen Wilson; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins, but will always remain in their hearts. Jake was unique in his quiet ability to touch people's lives with his love, kindness, and compassion. He had the loving heart of a child and a gentle old soul. Jake left us too soon and will never be forgotten.A memorial service will be held at 2 pm Saturday, April 8 at Cliff Valley School, 2426 Clairmont Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30309. The family will be greeting friends and family immediately after the service. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Jake's name to: Autism Speaks, Inc., 1 East 33rd St., 4th floor New York, NY 10016 or at

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Arkansas family highlights 'demon and disease' of addiction in son's obituary - THV 11

Monday, May 01, 2017

Nicholas Alexander Kellar, age 23, of Little Rock, died of an accidental overdose on Friday, April 14, 2017, following a long, hard battle with addiction. He was born January 7, 1994 at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He was the son of Rory and Suzanne Tipton. He attended Arkansas Baptist High School until transferring to Maumelle High School for his senior year. He was baptized at Geyer Springs First Baptist. He was only 23 years old and should have had a long life adventure ahead of him. We write this not to dishonor his memory, but to shine a light on this epidemic that is ruining so many young adult lives.Nicholas was unconditionally loved by his family. He was a sweet young man and once you knew him, you would never forget him. Outwardly he looked like he had it all; intelligence, love, talent, beautiful brown eyes and blonde hair. His smile that people smile with him. He was fun, had well thought out opinions, and could match wits with anyone. His fashion sense was definitely unique, but he enjoyed his wild shoes and endless collection of flat billed hats. Inwardly, however, Nicholas was fighting deep depression and dealt with pain, fatigue and repeated illness brought on by an immunity disorder. We loved him with all our hearts, but it was not enough to protect him from this world.He had the potential to accomplish anything he wanted, but drugs crept into his life around the age of 15. Around the same time, he was diagnosed with an immune disorder that resulted in repeated illnesses and required frequent antibody infusions. Once the patterns of drug abuse emerged, we tried everything we knew to help him. Nicholas fought hard to beat his addiction, but I am not sure that even he understood the internal demons that were beating him down. He did know that his family and friends would do (and did) anything that might help including hospitalization, rehab, counseling, and finally suboxone treatment.For two years, it appeared the battle was won and we again had our beautiful, smart, sweet, funny, and loving son that liked twisted movies, music, engaging with others and enjoyed life. He was figuring out what he wanted to do in this life and was working on a business degree at Pulaski Tech. He was looking forward to our next ski trip (he loved snowboarding).Unfortunately, relapse rates with opioids are extremely high and deadly. That addiction, along with depression, was more than he could overcome. Understand, this addiction is NOT who Nicholas was, but it is a disease that people need to know about and fight. He was our son, grandson, brother, and our life – and he mattered.Instead of an ambiguous “died suddenly at home” we opted for openness by honestly saying “died of an accidental overdose” in order to publicly expose the demon and disease of addiction that will continue to hit so many families.I struggle with understanding God’s purpose in the death of my beautiful son, but maybe if even one person is positively affected by his story then this unbearable loss will make more sense.See Nicholas' full obituary here.© 2017 KTHV-TV

Bryan County obituary - Bertie Carleen Lindsey - Savannah Morning News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Wednesday.Mom was born on April 12 1927 In Thomaston, Ga. and was the daughter of Carlton C, and Bertie Mae Mullis. Growing up, her family moved around to various locales in Georgia during the depression years so her father could provide for the family. They finally settled into residence in Eastman in Dodge County.Before World War II, she met James T Stevens of Cadwell, Ga. They corresponded while he was in the Air Corps and were married after the war. They had two children. After moving to Savannah, they were members of Ardsley Park Baptist Church. One constant in mom’s life was her faith. She was a very active member of the Fidelis Sunday school class. She was a witness of her faith to her children in her everyday life and continued to encourage them in their faith after they left the nest.In Later years, she worked outside the home as a sales representative at Sears in the jewelry department and then she worked at Sarah’s Hallmark Card store at Chatham Plaza.Later in her life Mom married James Q. Lindsey of Savannah. They were both active members at Ardsley Park and were involved with several church ministries. They were very happily married until his passing in 2008.Mama is survived by her daughter Mary Shirleen Lindsey, her son James T. Stevens Jr. (Linda), grandchildren Yvette Warnock (Gene), Michael Stevens (K

Obituaries for Wednesday, April 26 - Fresno Bee

Monday, May 01, 2017

LYLE — Warren Lyle, 71, of Squaw Valley died April 6. He was a tax examiner for the IRS. No services will be held. Arrangements: Cherished Memories Memorial Chapel.MARCHINI — Georgia Mae Marchini, 83, of Fresno died March 9. She was a homemaker. Graveside: 10:30 a.m. April 29 at Fresno Memorial Gardens. Arrangements: Yost and Webb Funeral Home.MASSEY — Vincent Massey, 57, of Ohio, formerly of Fresno, died April 19. Service: 10 a.m. April 29 at New Beginnings – A City of Refuge. Arrangements: Jesse E. Cooley Jr. Funeral Service, Inc.MIURA — Shigeto Miura, 95, of Fresno died April 16. He was a gardener. Memorial: 4 p.m. May 6 at Lisle Funeral Home Chapel. NEBELSICK — Ervin Henry Nebelsick, 93, of Fresno died April 21. He was a claims adjustor for Santa Fe Railroad 43 years. Graveside: 10 a.m. April 28 at Fresno Memorial Gardens. Memorial: 11:30 a.m. April 28 at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Arrangements: Lisle Funeral Home.PACHECO — Joseph Anthony Pacheco Jr., 84, of Kerman died April 17. He was a dairymen for 70 years. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. April 27 at Whitehurst, Sullivan, Burns & Blair Funeral Home. Rosary: 7 p.m. April 27 at the funeral home. Graveside: 10 a.m. April 28 at St. Peter’s Cemetery. POWELL — Mitchell T. Powell, 54, of Fresno died April 23. He was a landscaper. Private service. Arrangements: Affordable Direct Cremations.SMITH — Prestin Lee Smith, 20, of Kingsburg died April 23. He was a farmer. Visitation: 3 to 6:30 p.m. April 30 at Holy Family Catholic Church. Rosary: 6:30 p.m. April 30 at the church. Mass: 9:30 a.m. May 1 at the church. Arrangements: Creighton Memorial Chapel.TAYLOR — Marilyn L. Taylor, 82, of Fresno died April 13. She was a government clerk. Memorial: 10 a.m. April 28 at Northside Church. Arrangements: Sterling & Smith Funeral Directors Inc.TORRES — Michael Scott Torres, 25, of Kingsburg died April 23. He was a forklift driver. Mass: 1 p.m. April 28 at Holy Family Catholic Church. Arrangements: Creighton Memorial Chapel.WELKER — Ronald Darden Welker, 92, of Clovis died April 22. He worked in retail furniture sales for 48 years. Memorial: 11 a.m. May 2 at Clovis Veterans Memorial Building. Remembrance: Central Valley Honor Flight c/o Central Valley Community Foundation, 5260 N. Palm Ave., Suite 122, Fresno, CA 93704. Arrangements: Farewell Funeral Service.ZURILGEN — David L. Zurilgen, 69, of Fresno died April 23. He sold life insurance for 21 years. Service: 11 a.m. April 29 at Whitehurst, Sullivan, Burns & Blair Funeral Home. Remembrances: National Parkinson Foundation, 206 SE First St., Suite 800, Miami, FL 33131 or donor’s favorite charity.

Obituary: Former Long Island Couple Die In Georgia Fire -

Monday, May 01, 2017

Long Island natives Joseph Kneer, 71, and Phyllis Kneer, 77, both died on March 5 in a tragic fire at their home in Clayton, Georgia. They were both born on Long Island and raised their three daughters in Smithtown. They loved living by the ocean, going to the beach, and fishing on Joe’s boat. Photos from the house fire that claimed two lives in Rabun CountySTORY:— FOX 5 Atlanta (@FOX5Atlanta) March 6, 2017In 1983 they relocated to Escondido, Calif., to their avocado ranch with mountain views. In the early 1990s they found Clayton, Georgia and fell in love with the dramatic beauty of the area.They loved to watch the seasons change on the mountainside across from their home in the woods. Joseph was born to Philip Kneer and Theresa (nee Ballings) Kneer in Astoria. He was a gifted mechanic, who grew up working in his dad’s Auto Repair shop. He owned Joe’s Auto Repair in New York and was the owner of Small Motor Repairs in Clayton. Joseph served in the Navy in the 1960s on the U.S.S. Shangri-La. He was generous, kind, and devoted to his wife and daughters, and al

Funeral Services Set For Montgomery County Firefighter Who Died On Duty -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wednesday at Covenant Life Church at 7501 Muncaster Mill Rd. in Gaithersburg. Interment will immediately follow the post-funeral processional at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery at 13801 Georgia Ave. in Silver Spring. See Related: Montgomery County Firefighter Dies On DutyIn lieu of flowers, the Gentilcore family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Burtonsville Volunteer Fire Department. Information about donating can be found here.The Fire Department describes Gentilcore's passing as a "tragic, unexpected loss." Gentilcore, 52, of Bowie, was found unresponsive in the fire station by co-workers at around 3:30 p.m. Friday. The cause of death has not been determined yet.Gentilcore was a 23-year member of the MCFRS. He first served as a volunteer with the Burtonsville Volunteer Fire Department for 11 years, and most recently worked as a career fire fighter rescuer for 12 years. He leaves behind a wife and son."The members of IAFF Local 1664 are deeply saddened by the line of duty death of our fallen brother. Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with the Gentilcore family during this extraordinarily difficult time," Jeffrey Buddle, President of the Montgomery County Career Fire Fighters Association, IAFF Local 1664, said in a statement.Gov. Larry Hogan ordered the state flag to be lowered to half-staff as a mark of respect for Gentilcore.Fire Chief Allan Graves and the AACoFD send our deepest sympathies to the @MCFRS family for the loss of FF Charles “Rick” Gentilcore.— Anne Arundel Fire (@AACoFD) April 8, 2017Governor @LarryHogan ord