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Dorothy Lee “Sis” Walter, 91, Arnold - Leader Publications

Monday, June 19, 2017

Sieving. She was preceded in death by her husband: Raymond E. Walter.She is survived by three sons: Raymond (Kelly) Walter of Festus, Donald (Chris) walter of Arnold and Thomas (Sidney) Walter of Hillsboro; four daughters: Donna (Craig) Tinsley of Pevely, Janet (Dale) farwig of Hillsboro, Pamela (Luke) Skaggs of De Soto and Lisa (Jeff) Potts of Oakville; a brother: John (Pat) Sieving; two sisters-in-law:Jean Sieving and Shirley Duebelbeis; 30 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.She was preceded in death by three brothers: Robert, Gene and William Sieving.Visitation is scheduled from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, in south St. Louis County. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Tenbrook Road. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Honor Mrs. Walter’s memory by drinking a cup of coffee; feeding the birds; taking a walk or eating a bowl of ice cream. Arrangements are under the direction of Kutis Funeral Home.

Briefly The Wire - The Register-Guard

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Chyna Thomas died early Saturday in a one-car accident outside Tacoma. No funeral date is set, but Stevens said the Celtics plan to attend. Agent pleads guilty to giving benefits HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — A former NFL agent has pleaded guilty to violating North Carolina’s sports agent law by providing thousands of dollars in improper benefits to three former Tar Heels football players to entice them into signing contracts with him.Terry Watson, 43, of Marietta, Ga., entered his plea Monday afternoon in a deal to resolve 3½-year-old felony charges. Watson received 30 months of probation and a $5,000 fine, while Judge Graham Shirley issued a suspended jail sentence of six to eight months.Watson pleaded guilty to the 13 counts of athlete-agent inducement for providing roughly $24,000 in cash and travel accommodations to eventual NFL players Robert Quinn, Marvin Austin and Greg Little in 2010. Berdych advances at Monte Carlo MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Tomas Berdych needed two hours and three sets to overcome strong resistance from Russian qualifier Andrey Kuznetsov and reach the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters on Monday.All six seeded players in action at the first big clay-court event of the season progressed to the second round: No. 12 Robert Bautista Agut, No. 13 Pablo Carreno Busta, No. 14 Alexander Zverev, No. 15 Albert Ramos-Vinolas, and No. 16 Pablo Cuevas. — News service reportsRead more #(##class(csp.rg.assets.methods.category).catName(gStory.story.subCategoryId))# articles here.-- More Briefly articles »...

Friend: Shackelford marriage was 'never good' - The Decatur Daily

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bolding said in an email.According to police, the couple was married and living together at the time of the killing, but court documents show Andreas Shackelford provided a Hillsboro address to authorities.Andreas Shackelford’s booking report shows he was employed by Wayne Farms in Decatur, but listed his employer as “none” in court documents."Shackelford continually lied about his whereabouts during the investigation and continually misled investigators," Decatur police Detective Montrez Payton said in an affidavit filed with the court at the time of his arrest. Edward Blair will represent Shackelford in court. He did not return a request for comment.The preliminary hearing for this case is set for March 20 at 9 a.m. at the Morgan County Courthouse.Visitation for Minnie Shackelford will be Friday from 1 to 8 p.m. at Johnson Funeral Home in Prentiss, Mississippi. Her funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, also in Prentiss. A GoFundMe fund was set up to help pay for her funeral.  Minnie Shackelford’s death is Decatur's second homicide of 2017.

Obituary: David Maxwell Miller - Plant City Observer

Monday, February 27, 2017

First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce, Plant City Rotary Club, Greater Tampa YMCA, South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation, Hillsborough Community College and the Florida Strawberry Festival. He was a man of God, serving as deacon and elder at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City. His accomplishments were too vast to list, but he was the type of citizen people would turn to if they needed something done successfully. He enjoyed church, helping others, mentoring, working and yard work. He will be missed by many. He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Emma Martin Pitts Miller; sister, Elizabeth Drummond, of Plant City; grandchildren, John Lewis Meng Jr. (Jennifer), of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Amanda Adams Kinderman, of Tampa; great-grandsons, John Lewis “Tripp” Meng III and Tucker David Meng, of Baton Rouge; sons-in-law, John Meng, of Baton Rouge and Leslie Leibenguth, of Fernwood, Mississippi; stepchildren, Jack Paten Pitts, of Apopka and Sheila S. Pitts, of Orlando; and several nieces, nephews, family and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife of 31 years, Catherine Miller; children, David M. Miller Jr., Elizabeth “Beth” Miller Meng and Catherine “Cathy” Miller Leibenguth; parents; and sister, Harriet Kintner. A celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St., Plant City. The family will receive friends beginning at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the United Food Bank of Plant City at UFBPC.org/donations. Online condolences may be made at HopewellFuneral.com. ...

Fayetteville officials eye lower Bragg Boulevard for redevelopment - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, February 20, 2017

The city also is evaluating whether to make offers to property owners at the corner of Bragg Boulevard and West Rowan Street - across from the Value Place hotel - as well as a few tracts near Hillsboro Street behind the former Vick's Drive-In that was demolished for the new bridge.All told, the area includes more than 75 parcels and 25 acres.Murchison Road and Bragg Boulevard are some of the city's oldest corridors, where many of the buildings closer to downtown are aging and could use a fresh look - and a new, higher-taxpaying use, officials say.At a work session earlier this month, Hewett told the council members if the city bought the land where the two strip clubs are, "you would essentially have a clean corridor under your control from the MLK all the way past the multimodal center."Hewett was referring to the city's $12.6 million bus transit center that is scheduled to open on Robeson Street in May.The council has not made any decisions yet, and a plan on how to acquire the land and determine how to redevelop it could come in April.But the city has budgeted nearly $700,000, Hewett said, to acquire more land near the new bridge.Hewett's concept is not without precedent: After the city bought and razed a shuttered Days Inn on a hill overlooking the Airborne & Special Operations Museum, the city in 2012 sold the land to developer Ralph Huff to build the Parkview condominiums and town homes. The construction has put the land back on the tax books and brought more residents downtown.Some possibilities have been discussed, including putting a senior citizens center on the newly acquired land, more green space and commercial and residential development.The lower end of Murchison Road was the city's original site for a minor league ballpark.A city consultant, Redrock Global, recommended last year the city develop a "recreation and entertainment" district downtown that included the lower end of Murchison Road. Such a district could span from the city's Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park off Murchison Road to the new baseball stadium."If done properly, the opportunities are endless," the consultant reported.Not everyone is happy about the impending changes. From his cluttered counter at Fred's Automotive repair shop, owner Fred Prosperi can see the highway construction from across the boulevard. He'll lose direct access to the busy thoroughfare when the new bridge is built in two years, and that will hurt business, he said.He also doesn't want to vacate his shop, which he rents and moved to in 2011 from South Reilly Road."I love downtown," the 59-year-old said, flicking a cigarette over an ash tray in a room warmed by a kerosene heater.The front of his store is being remodeled after it was flooded by Matthew. He had gripes against the city, and one was the boardwalk the city built a few years ago behind his business where he stores vehicles. He said its construction has worsened the flooding on the property."I don't want to leave, because they would be taking away my livelihood," Prosperi said. "I wouldn't go down without a fight."Across the...

Florida Highway Patrol | Kimberley Sue Fish | Traffic Accident | Crash - TB Reporter (blog)

Monday, February 20, 2017

The SUV she was driving hit a tree.HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – Land O’ Lakes woman died Saturday (Feb. 18) in a one-vehicle crash, the Florida Highway Patrol said.Kimberley Sue Fish, 45, died at the scene.Troopers said the crash happened about 8:38 p.m. on norhtbound I-75 north of Valroy Road. Ms. Fish was driving a 2016 Chevrolet SUV when, for an unknown reason, the vehicle went off the highway and collided with a tree.For information about the Florida Highway Patrol, go to flhsmv.gov.Florida Highway Patrol Kimberley Sue Fish Traffic Crash Traffic Accident TB Reporter#FloridaHighwayPatrol #KimberleySueFish #TrafficCrash #TrafficAccident #TBReporterSummaryArticle NameLand O' Lakes Woman Dies in Hillsborough CrashDescriptionThe SUV she was driving hit a tree.AuthorTB ReporterPublisher NameTB ReporterPublisher LogoShare this:Related...

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Dorothy Lee “Sis” Walter, 91, Arnold - Leader Publications

Monday, June 19, 2017

Sieving. She was preceded in death by her husband: Raymond E. Walter.She is survived by three sons: Raymond (Kelly) Walter of Festus, Donald (Chris) walter of Arnold and Thomas (Sidney) Walter of Hillsboro; four daughters: Donna (Craig) Tinsley of Pevely, Janet (Dale) farwig of Hillsboro, Pamela (Luke) Skaggs of De Soto and Lisa (Jeff) Potts of Oakville; a brother: John (Pat) Sieving; two sisters-in-law:Jean Sieving and Shirley Duebelbeis; 30 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.She was preceded in death by three brothers: Robert, Gene and William Sieving.Visitation is scheduled from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, in south St. Louis County. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Tenbrook Road. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Honor Mrs. Walter’s memory by drinking a cup of coffee; feeding the birds; taking a walk or eating a bowl of ice cream. Arrangements are under the direction of Kutis Funeral Home.

Briefly The Wire - The Register-Guard

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Chyna Thomas died early Saturday in a one-car accident outside Tacoma. No funeral date is set, but Stevens said the Celtics plan to attend. Agent pleads guilty to giving benefits HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — A former NFL agent has pleaded guilty to violating North Carolina’s sports agent law by providing thousands of dollars in improper benefits to three former Tar Heels football players to entice them into signing contracts with him.Terry Watson, 43, of Marietta, Ga., entered his plea Monday afternoon in a deal to resolve 3½-year-old felony charges. Watson received 30 months of probation and a $5,000 fine, while Judge Graham Shirley issued a suspended jail sentence of six to eight months.Watson pleaded guilty to the 13 counts of athlete-agent inducement for providing roughly $24,000 in cash and travel accommodations to eventual NFL players Robert Quinn, Marvin Austin and Greg Little in 2010. Berdych advances at Monte Carlo MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Tomas Berdych needed two hours and three sets to overcome strong resistance from Russian qualifier Andrey Kuznetsov and reach the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters on Monday.All six seeded players in action at the first big clay-court event of the season progressed to the second round: No. 12 Robert Bautista Agut, No. 13 Pablo Carreno Busta, No. 14 Alexander Zverev, No. 15 Albert Ramos-Vinolas, and No. 16 Pablo Cuevas. — News service reportsRead more #(##class(csp.rg.assets.methods.category).catName(gStory.story.subCategoryId))# articles here.-- More Briefly articles »...

Friend: Shackelford marriage was 'never good' - The Decatur Daily

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bolding said in an email.According to police, the couple was married and living together at the time of the killing, but court documents show Andreas Shackelford provided a Hillsboro address to authorities.Andreas Shackelford’s booking report shows he was employed by Wayne Farms in Decatur, but listed his employer as “none” in court documents."Shackelford continually lied about his whereabouts during the investigation and continually misled investigators," Decatur police Detective Montrez Payton said in an affidavit filed with the court at the time of his arrest. Edward Blair will represent Shackelford in court. He did not return a request for comment.The preliminary hearing for this case is set for March 20 at 9 a.m. at the Morgan County Courthouse.Visitation for Minnie Shackelford will be Friday from 1 to 8 p.m. at Johnson Funeral Home in Prentiss, Mississippi. Her funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, also in Prentiss. A GoFundMe fund was set up to help pay for her funeral.  Minnie Shackelford’s death is Decatur's second homicide of 2017.

Obituary: David Maxwell Miller - Plant City Observer

Monday, February 27, 2017

First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce, Plant City Rotary Club, Greater Tampa YMCA, South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation, Hillsborough Community College and the Florida Strawberry Festival. He was a man of God, serving as deacon and elder at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City. His accomplishments were too vast to list, but he was the type of citizen people would turn to if they needed something done successfully. He enjoyed church, helping others, mentoring, working and yard work. He will be missed by many. He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Emma Martin Pitts Miller; sister, Elizabeth Drummond, of Plant City; grandchildren, John Lewis Meng Jr. (Jennifer), of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Amanda Adams Kinderman, of Tampa; great-grandsons, John Lewis “Tripp” Meng III and Tucker David Meng, of Baton Rouge; sons-in-law, John Meng, of Baton Rouge and Leslie Leibenguth, of Fernwood, Mississippi; stepchildren, Jack Paten Pitts, of Apopka and Sheila S. Pitts, of Orlando; and several nieces, nephews, family and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife of 31 years, Catherine Miller; children, David M. Miller Jr., Elizabeth “Beth” Miller Meng and Catherine “Cathy” Miller Leibenguth; parents; and sister, Harriet Kintner. A celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St., Plant City. The family will receive friends beginning at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the United Food Bank of Plant City at UFBPC.org/donations. Online condolences may be made at HopewellFuneral.com. ...

Fayetteville officials eye lower Bragg Boulevard for redevelopment - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, February 20, 2017

The city also is evaluating whether to make offers to property owners at the corner of Bragg Boulevard and West Rowan Street - across from the Value Place hotel - as well as a few tracts near Hillsboro Street behind the former Vick's Drive-In that was demolished for the new bridge.All told, the area includes more than 75 parcels and 25 acres.Murchison Road and Bragg Boulevard are some of the city's oldest corridors, where many of the buildings closer to downtown are aging and could use a fresh look - and a new, higher-taxpaying use, officials say.At a work session earlier this month, Hewett told the council members if the city bought the land where the two strip clubs are, "you would essentially have a clean corridor under your control from the MLK all the way past the multimodal center."Hewett was referring to the city's $12.6 million bus transit center that is scheduled to open on Robeson Street in May.The council has not made any decisions yet, and a plan on how to acquire the land and determine how to redevelop it could come in April.But the city has budgeted nearly $700,000, Hewett said, to acquire more land near the new bridge.Hewett's concept is not without precedent: After the city bought and razed a shuttered Days Inn on a hill overlooking the Airborne & Special Operations Museum, the city in 2012 sold the land to developer Ralph Huff to build the Parkview condominiums and town homes. The construction has put the land back on the tax books and brought more residents downtown.Some possibilities have been discussed, including putting a senior citizens center on the newly acquired land, more green space and commercial and residential development.The lower end of Murchison Road was the city's original site for a minor league ballpark.A city consultant, Redrock Global, recommended last year the city develop a "recreation and entertainment" district downtown that included the lower end of Murchison Road. Such a district could span from the city's Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park off Murchison Road to the new baseball stadium."If done properly, the opportunities are endless," the consultant reported.Not everyone is happy about the impending changes. From his cluttered counter at Fred's Automotive repair shop, owner Fred Prosperi can see the highway construction from across the boulevard. He'll lose direct access to the busy thoroughfare when the new bridge is built in two years, and that will hurt business, he said.He also doesn't want to vacate his shop, which he rents and moved to in 2011 from South Reilly Road."I love downtown," the 59-year-old said, flicking a cigarette over an ash tray in a room warmed by a kerosene heater.The front of his store is being remodeled after it was flooded by Matthew. He had gripes against the city, and one was the boardwalk the city built a few years ago behind his business where he stores vehicles. He said its construction has worsened the flooding on the property."I don't want to leave, because they would be taking away my livelihood," Prosperi said. "I wouldn't go down without a fight."Across the...

Florida Highway Patrol | Kimberley Sue Fish | Traffic Accident | Crash - TB Reporter (blog)

Monday, February 20, 2017

The SUV she was driving hit a tree.HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – Land O’ Lakes woman died Saturday (Feb. 18) in a one-vehicle crash, the Florida Highway Patrol said.Kimberley Sue Fish, 45, died at the scene.Troopers said the crash happened about 8:38 p.m. on norhtbound I-75 north of Valroy Road. Ms. Fish was driving a 2016 Chevrolet SUV when, for an unknown reason, the vehicle went off the highway and collided with a tree.For information about the Florida Highway Patrol, go to flhsmv.gov.Florida Highway Patrol Kimberley Sue Fish Traffic Crash Traffic Accident TB Reporter#FloridaHighwayPatrol #KimberleySueFish #TrafficCrash #TrafficAccident #TBReporterSummaryArticle NameLand O' Lakes Woman Dies in Hillsborough CrashDescriptionThe SUV she was driving hit a tree.AuthorTB ReporterPublisher NameTB ReporterPublisher LogoShare this:Related...