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Crowe Ralph E Jr

201 West Winthrope Avenue
Millen, GA 30442
(478) 982-5222
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Dwight's Funeral Home

326 Old Waynesboro Road
Millen, GA 30442
(478) 982-1667
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Fields Robert H Jr

201 West Winthrope Avenue
Millen, GA 30442
(478) 982-5222
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Kirkland James A Mortuary

135 North Gray Street
Millen, GA 30442
(478) 982-3818
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Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

I keep the old traditional funeral stuff and try to add new stuff to it,” Bernard said. "I am 41 years old. I am not out just to market to the grandmas and grandpas, I am trying to get the millennials and the Baby Boomers too.”Follow Yolanda Jones on Twitter: @cayojones© 2017 KGW-TV...

Eugene "Wes" Day, Jr.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Eugene “Wes” Day, Jr., 68 of Ocean Twp., died Friday, February 17, 2017 at Millennium Memory Care at Ocean. Wes was a retired traffic supervisor for the Union County Bureau of Traffic Safety & Maintenance. He was a longtime active member of the Boy Scouts of America. Born and raised in Plainfield he was a lifelong resident.He was predeceased by his parents, Eugene W. Day, Sr. and Gail Day. Surviving is his sister Gail Glenn of West Long Branch, his niece Tammy O’Scanlon and his nephew Thomas Glenn.A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, February 22 at 11:00 am at Glenwood Cemetery, 190 Monmouth Rd., West Long Branch. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Boy Scouts of America Jersey Shore Council, 1518 Ridgeway Road, Toms River, NJ 08755. Damiano Funeral Home, Long Branch, is in charge of the arrangements. The family invites you to write a letter of condolence, share a story or make a donation by selecting the appropriate tab.

Freak snowmobile crash kills man in Grand Marais - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, January 02, 2017

Gunnar’s death.He and Schroeder were working construction for a local builder. Gunnar was skilled at masonry, his father said. But, like so many in the millennial generation, he still wasn’t sure what he wanted to do for the rest of his life, Anderson said.But he was an adventurer. Last year he spent four months in Asia doing volunteer work for a school in the Philippines and hiking in Vietnam.“He did what he always wanted to do, which is to help everybody,” said his girlfriend, Breanna Peterson, who lives in Duluth.On Saturday she’d gotten off work early and tried to call him to tell him when she’d get to Grand Marais.“I called him and called him but he never answered,” she said.A hidden dangerSchroeder said he and Gunnar decided to take a ride up to Devil’s Track Lake north of Grand Marais. They were hanging out and talking, he said, the kind of thing they had been doing together for years.“We decided to head back because it was getting dark,” he said. They took a different route home, riding the ditches along County Road 8 that were covered with a few inches of fresh snow.“We just came across something — everything happened so fast it’s hard to remember,” Schroeder said. “There was like a creek in the ditch, rocks and stuff, and we couldn’t see it.” Schroeder said he flew off his sled, and when he sat up he saw Gunnar lying deathly still in the snow.“I called 911 and I tried talking to him,” he said, his voice thick with grief. “I always looked up to him.”Gunnar broke his neck on impact. But his new snowmobile, Anderson said, was undamaged.“This accident was so fluky,” he said. “It could have happened to anybody.”On Saturday night, Anderson said, his family and the Schroeders got together so he could reassure them that there was no blame, no bad feelings. And to share their grief for the young man they all loved.“Everybody says these things about their kid, but he was different,” Anderson said. “He was a just real uplifting, positive person.” This article passed through the Full-Text RSS service - if this is your content and you're reading it on someone else's site, please read the FAQ at fivefilters.org/content-only/faq.php#publishers.Recommended article: The Guardian's Summary of Julian Assange's Interview Went Viral and Was Completely False.

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Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

I keep the old traditional funeral stuff and try to add new stuff to it,” Bernard said. "I am 41 years old. I am not out just to market to the grandmas and grandpas, I am trying to get the millennials and the Baby Boomers too.”Follow Yolanda Jones on Twitter: @cayojones© 2017 KGW-TV...

Eugene "Wes" Day, Jr.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Eugene “Wes” Day, Jr., 68 of Ocean Twp., died Friday, February 17, 2017 at Millennium Memory Care at Ocean. Wes was a retired traffic supervisor for the Union County Bureau of Traffic Safety & Maintenance. He was a longtime active member of the Boy Scouts of America. Born and raised in Plainfield he was a lifelong resident.He was predeceased by his parents, Eugene W. Day, Sr. and Gail Day. Surviving is his sister Gail Glenn of West Long Branch, his niece Tammy O’Scanlon and his nephew Thomas Glenn.A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, February 22 at 11:00 am at Glenwood Cemetery, 190 Monmouth Rd., West Long Branch. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Boy Scouts of America Jersey Shore Council, 1518 Ridgeway Road, Toms River, NJ 08755. Damiano Funeral Home, Long Branch, is in charge of the arrangements. The family invites you to write a letter of condolence, share a story or make a donation by selecting the appropriate tab.

Freak snowmobile crash kills man in Grand Marais - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, January 02, 2017

Gunnar’s death.He and Schroeder were working construction for a local builder. Gunnar was skilled at masonry, his father said. But, like so many in the millennial generation, he still wasn’t sure what he wanted to do for the rest of his life, Anderson said.But he was an adventurer. Last year he spent four months in Asia doing volunteer work for a school in the Philippines and hiking in Vietnam.“He did what he always wanted to do, which is to help everybody,” said his girlfriend, Breanna Peterson, who lives in Duluth.On Saturday she’d gotten off work early and tried to call him to tell him when she’d get to Grand Marais.“I called him and called him but he never answered,” she said.A hidden dangerSchroeder said he and Gunnar decided to take a ride up to Devil’s Track Lake north of Grand Marais. They were hanging out and talking, he said, the kind of thing they had been doing together for years.“We decided to head back because it was getting dark,” he said. They took a different route home, riding the ditches along County Road 8 that were covered with a few inches of fresh snow.“We just came across something — everything happened so fast it’s hard to remember,” Schroeder said. “There was like a creek in the ditch, rocks and stuff, and we couldn’t see it.” Schroeder said he flew off his sled, and when he sat up he saw Gunnar lying deathly still in the snow.“I called 911 and I tried talking to him,” he said, his voice thick with grief. “I always looked up to him.”Gunnar broke his neck on impact. But his new snowmobile, Anderson said, was undamaged.“This accident was so fluky,” he said. “It could have happened to anybody.”On Saturday night, Anderson said, his family and the Schroeders got together so he could reassure them that there was no blame, no bad feelings. And to share their grief for the young man they all loved.“Everybody says these things about their kid, but he was different,” Anderson said. “He was a just real uplifting, positive person.” This article passed through the Full-Text RSS service - if this is your content and you're reading it on someone else's site, please read the FAQ at fivefilters.org/content-only/faq.php#publishers.Recommended article: The Guardian's Summary of Julian Assange's Interview Went Viral and Was Completely False.