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Colvin Funeral Home Inc

425 North Main Street
Princeton, IN 47670
(812) 385-5221
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206 W State St
Princeton, IN 47670
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Harold Barrett Jones - Daily Mountain Eagle

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Harold Barrett Jones, 87, of Parrish, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at Princeton Baptist Medical Center. Funeral services will be Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at 10 a.m. in the Kilgore-Green Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Walker Memory Gardens in Jasper. Joey Sparks will officiate, Kilgore-Green Funeral Home will direct. Visitation will be Friday from 10 until 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Service will be immediately following visitation.He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty M. Jones; parents, Clifford G. and Lois Jones; brother, Clifford Jones; and sister, Anita Clark.He is survived by his wife, Lenear Stewart Jones; one son, Richard Jones and his wife, Darlene; two daughters, Gail Olive and her husband, Denny, and Kristi Watts and her husband, Greg; one brother, Gerald Jones (Beth); four amazing grandchildren, Stacia Thompson (Jeff), Ashley Raco (Chris), Shondra Black (Brett), Karen Huffman (Steven), Allie Watts, Lexie Watts, and Kellie Watts; seven precious grandchildren, Heather, Rachel and Cameron Thompson, Braxton and Libby Raco, Jon Brett, and A...

Barbara Ann Kilpatrick Black - Daily Mountain Eagle

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Barbara Ann Kilpatrick Black, 70, of Cordova, passed away Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, at Brookwood Baptist Health - Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham.Visitation will be held today, Feb. 7, 2017, from 6 until 7 p.m. at Collins-Burke Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, at 7 p.m. in the Collins-Burke Chapel. Terry Townsend will officiate. Burial will be at Walker Memory Gardens in Jasper.Black was preceded in death by her father, Judd Kilpatrick; mother, Rosie Bell Barnett Kilpatrick; sister, Alva Nell Brown; brothers, Joe Terry Kilpatrick Sr., Billy Kilpatrick and James “Buddy” Kilpatrick; and nephew, Joe Terry “Joey” Kilpatrick Jr.She is survived by her husband, John Winston Black; daughter, Emily Black; son, Brett Black; daughter-in-law, Shondra Black; grandchildren, Jon Brett Black and Addison Black; sister-in-law, Agatha Kilpatrick; niece, Gaynell McIntosh (Sammy); and nephews, Lance Kilpatrick (Kari), Kyle Kilpatrick, Tiny Weaver, and Tommy Weaver.Collins-Burke Funeral Home, Jasper; 205-384-5571...

Funeral Thursday for Taber family killed in cottage fire on Stoney Lake northwest of Peterborough - Peterborough Examiner

Monday, January 30, 2017

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt law firm in Toronto, a corporate and securities lawyer specializing in emergency technology companies.He was born and raised in New York City and graduated from Princeton University in 1982 and then went to law school at the University of Toronto.He was an avid cyclist who co-founded a cycling group which tours the Beaches area of Toronto at 6:30 a.m. every morning, carrying on a passion developed from going cycling with his father Gerry in New York's Central Park.He married Jacquie Gardner in 2000. A graduate of the University of Ottawa, she was a lawyer at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt and later with Altamira Investment Services.She later set her career aside to help raise their boys and volunteer at Toronto East General Hospital, Frankland Community School and Montcrest School.Scott was a high school student at Greenwood College School and a graduate of Montcrest and Frankland Community elementary schools. He was a player with the Forest Hill Minor Midget A hockey team and his father was the team's manager. The team is planning a tribute to the family at their next game Jan. 10 at the Forest Hill Arena.He was a fan of the Green Bay Packers and Tottenham Hotspur and had even attended a Premier League Football game in London with his father last March.Andrew was a student at Montcrest and enjoyed many sports. He was a member of the Toronto Minor Bantam AAA Titans hockey team. His teammates held a memorial service prior to their game on Tuesday at the Toronto Marlboros Holiday Classic Tournament and dedicated their game to the Taber brothers.The family's favourite place was their cottage on Stoney Lake where they spent time water skiing on the lake.The family also attended St. Peter's-on-the-Rock Church, the unique historic church for summer cottagers located on an island on Stoney Lake.

Bowling Roundup: Champan's big day leads the way at B-O-D - Niagara Gazette

Monday, January 16, 2017

Harry Jones 233-248-647, Carl Berak 208-219-620, Walt Kendzia 214-205-610, Dave DeVantier 203-203-602, Art Kroening 207-223-601, Wesley James 226-228-585, Bill Welch 227-580, Bob Cirrito 196-572, Princeton Browne 200-569, Paul Julian 210-568, Nick DelGrolice 195-565, Steve Domaradzki 202-556, Cesare Svizzero 213-551, Larry Rowe 222, George Smith 219, Bob Aquino 207, Lenny Bryant 203, Tony Runco 202, Jerry Peete 196, Jim Maietta 192, Dennis Milleville 192, Terry Tyriver 192, Phil Dirre 191, Dick Nelson 191, John Rogers 191, Bill O'Neill 189.Niagara Monument Seniors — Preston Marshall 201, Mary Crymes 180, Lisa Augustine 187-513, Terry Piper 194-537, Don Marsden 197, Phil Banker 216, Jerry Graff 234-627, Peggy Brooks 171, Marge Kerns 182, Bob Bedore 205, Chuck Miller 224-604, Bob Muehlbauer 192, Jerry Piper 215-611.John Paonessa Memorial — Joe Rainer 230, Lou Morreale 267, Ken Jackson 257-235-727, Darrell Borkenhagen 241, David Rick 247-239-707, Kevin Klinger 247-237-720, Anthony Rick III 278-676, Andy Kosut 269-652, Ernie Hoover 258-255-740, Mark Dinnocenzio 253-680, Bill Clingersmith 245-671, Chris Crisafuli 254, Bob Kenny 256, Ken Singley 232, Adam Hout 247-686, Chris Griffith 257-657, Colten Kitcho 243-683, Jim Ciraolo 245-659, Chuck Fink 243.John's Motor Shop — Jason Cramer 237, Steve Rodgers 256, Vickie Boyd 232, Jen Clarke 192-503, Linda Ortel 190, Ann Sinclair 208-623, Alan Carl 250, John Francioli 238, Mike Manzella 257-237-717.Wadsworth/Wirth Seniors — Jerry Peete 203, Gary Tenebra 215, Norm Flannery 212, Paul Ciffa 212, Vince Capaldi 228-597, Brent Kroening 232-655, Walt Kendzia 209, Bill Stanley 202, George Smith 2...

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Harold Barrett Jones - Daily Mountain Eagle

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Harold Barrett Jones, 87, of Parrish, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at Princeton Baptist Medical Center. Funeral services will be Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, at 10 a.m. in the Kilgore-Green Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Walker Memory Gardens in Jasper. Joey Sparks will officiate, Kilgore-Green Funeral Home will direct. Visitation will be Friday from 10 until 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Service will be immediately following visitation.He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty M. Jones; parents, Clifford G. and Lois Jones; brother, Clifford Jones; and sister, Anita Clark.He is survived by his wife, Lenear Stewart Jones; one son, Richard Jones and his wife, Darlene; two daughters, Gail Olive and her husband, Denny, and Kristi Watts and her husband, Greg; one brother, Gerald Jones (Beth); four amazing grandchildren, Stacia Thompson (Jeff), Ashley Raco (Chris), Shondra Black (Brett), Karen Huffman (Steven), Allie Watts, Lexie Watts, and Kellie Watts; seven precious grandchildren, Heather, Rachel and Cameron Thompson, Braxton and Libby Raco, Jon Brett, and A...

Barbara Ann Kilpatrick Black - Daily Mountain Eagle

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Barbara Ann Kilpatrick Black, 70, of Cordova, passed away Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017, at Brookwood Baptist Health - Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham.Visitation will be held today, Feb. 7, 2017, from 6 until 7 p.m. at Collins-Burke Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, at 7 p.m. in the Collins-Burke Chapel. Terry Townsend will officiate. Burial will be at Walker Memory Gardens in Jasper.Black was preceded in death by her father, Judd Kilpatrick; mother, Rosie Bell Barnett Kilpatrick; sister, Alva Nell Brown; brothers, Joe Terry Kilpatrick Sr., Billy Kilpatrick and James “Buddy” Kilpatrick; and nephew, Joe Terry “Joey” Kilpatrick Jr.She is survived by her husband, John Winston Black; daughter, Emily Black; son, Brett Black; daughter-in-law, Shondra Black; grandchildren, Jon Brett Black and Addison Black; sister-in-law, Agatha Kilpatrick; niece, Gaynell McIntosh (Sammy); and nephews, Lance Kilpatrick (Kari), Kyle Kilpatrick, Tiny Weaver, and Tommy Weaver.Collins-Burke Funeral Home, Jasper; 205-384-5571...

Funeral Thursday for Taber family killed in cottage fire on Stoney Lake northwest of Peterborough - Peterborough Examiner

Monday, January 30, 2017

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt law firm in Toronto, a corporate and securities lawyer specializing in emergency technology companies.He was born and raised in New York City and graduated from Princeton University in 1982 and then went to law school at the University of Toronto.He was an avid cyclist who co-founded a cycling group which tours the Beaches area of Toronto at 6:30 a.m. every morning, carrying on a passion developed from going cycling with his father Gerry in New York's Central Park.He married Jacquie Gardner in 2000. A graduate of the University of Ottawa, she was a lawyer at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt and later with Altamira Investment Services.She later set her career aside to help raise their boys and volunteer at Toronto East General Hospital, Frankland Community School and Montcrest School.Scott was a high school student at Greenwood College School and a graduate of Montcrest and Frankland Community elementary schools. He was a player with the Forest Hill Minor Midget A hockey team and his father was the team's manager. The team is planning a tribute to the family at their next game Jan. 10 at the Forest Hill Arena.He was a fan of the Green Bay Packers and Tottenham Hotspur and had even attended a Premier League Football game in London with his father last March.Andrew was a student at Montcrest and enjoyed many sports. He was a member of the Toronto Minor Bantam AAA Titans hockey team. His teammates held a memorial service prior to their game on Tuesday at the Toronto Marlboros Holiday Classic Tournament and dedicated their game to the Taber brothers.The family's favourite place was their cottage on Stoney Lake where they spent time water skiing on the lake.The family also attended St. Peter's-on-the-Rock Church, the unique historic church for summer cottagers located on an island on Stoney Lake.

Bowling Roundup: Champan's big day leads the way at B-O-D - Niagara Gazette

Monday, January 16, 2017

Harry Jones 233-248-647, Carl Berak 208-219-620, Walt Kendzia 214-205-610, Dave DeVantier 203-203-602, Art Kroening 207-223-601, Wesley James 226-228-585, Bill Welch 227-580, Bob Cirrito 196-572, Princeton Browne 200-569, Paul Julian 210-568, Nick DelGrolice 195-565, Steve Domaradzki 202-556, Cesare Svizzero 213-551, Larry Rowe 222, George Smith 219, Bob Aquino 207, Lenny Bryant 203, Tony Runco 202, Jerry Peete 196, Jim Maietta 192, Dennis Milleville 192, Terry Tyriver 192, Phil Dirre 191, Dick Nelson 191, John Rogers 191, Bill O'Neill 189.Niagara Monument Seniors — Preston Marshall 201, Mary Crymes 180, Lisa Augustine 187-513, Terry Piper 194-537, Don Marsden 197, Phil Banker 216, Jerry Graff 234-627, Peggy Brooks 171, Marge Kerns 182, Bob Bedore 205, Chuck Miller 224-604, Bob Muehlbauer 192, Jerry Piper 215-611.John Paonessa Memorial — Joe Rainer 230, Lou Morreale 267, Ken Jackson 257-235-727, Darrell Borkenhagen 241, David Rick 247-239-707, Kevin Klinger 247-237-720, Anthony Rick III 278-676, Andy Kosut 269-652, Ernie Hoover 258-255-740, Mark Dinnocenzio 253-680, Bill Clingersmith 245-671, Chris Crisafuli 254, Bob Kenny 256, Ken Singley 232, Adam Hout 247-686, Chris Griffith 257-657, Colten Kitcho 243-683, Jim Ciraolo 245-659, Chuck Fink 243.John's Motor Shop — Jason Cramer 237, Steve Rodgers 256, Vickie Boyd 232, Jen Clarke 192-503, Linda Ortel 190, Ann Sinclair 208-623, Alan Carl 250, John Francioli 238, Mike Manzella 257-237-717.Wadsworth/Wirth Seniors — Jerry Peete 203, Gary Tenebra 215, Norm Flannery 212, Paul Ciffa 212, Vince Capaldi 228-597, Brent Kroening 232-655, Walt Kendzia 209, Bill Stanley 202, George Smith 2...