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Glenwood IA Obituaries and Death Notices

Eugene "Wes" Day, Jr.

Monday, February 27, 2017

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.

Man kills mother near Hudson, shoots at police and kills himself in Minnesota - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, February 20, 2017

Reese fled the home in a car. Wold was declared dead at the scene.About 12:45 a.m. Sunday, deputies were heading to Reese's residence 30 or so miles to the east in Glenwood City when a caller to 911 said the suspect's apartment was on fire.Reese's car was spotted about 1:15 a.m. about 13 miles southwest of the apartment on Hwy. 12 in Woodville, where a police officer started trailing him without his emergency lights activated. Reese shot at the squad car.Several other law enforcement agencies joined in the chase, which stretched for roughly 50 miles and crossed the state line about 1½ miles into Chisago County.Again, Reese shot at his pursuers before he struck a median barrier on Hwy. 8. Even after the crash, Reese kept shooting.Shortly after 2 a.m., officers looked in the car and saw Reese dead from "what appeared to be a self-inflicted wound to the head."Reese's criminal history in Wisconsin includes convictions for drunken driving and illegally carrying a concealed weapon.

Longtime Ledger Sports Editor Cecil Darby dies - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Sammy Howard, former mayor of Phenix City, knew Darby on multiple levels — first as a standout player for Central High School in the 1950s, then as a coach at Hardaway and Glenwood.“He’s the best sportswriter we’ve ever had,” Howard said of Darby, a longtime friend.Even today, Howard pulls out the tattered old newspaper clips and reads Darby’s words.“He really, and I mean really, cared about high school sports and you could tell by the way he wrote it was dear to him,” Howard said. “I was recently reading the article about the 1956 game we played against Columbus High.”Central lost 14-13.“It was just like I was there again,” Howard said. “He got it right. Just like I remembered it.”In 1969, Howard coached a Yazoo City team that won the Mississippi state championship.“He called me up to do a story and I remember he was so easy to talk to,” Howard said. “We ended up at Hardaway the next year. You could always trust him to get it right.”Darby, the son of Cecil Albert Darby Sr. and Jewel Owen Darby, worked in the Ledger for 36 years. He was a 1942 Columbus High School graduate, he briefly attended the University of Florida.He spent nearly three years in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, mostly in the Pacific.After his retirement from the newspaper, Darby was honored for his work many times.He was inducted into the Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame. Darby went into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame in 1995 in a class that included pitcher Bob Gibson, catcher Al Lopez and the legendary Enos Slaughter.He kept meticulous records and in 2006 donated much of what he had accumulated to the Columbus State University archives. The collection included extensive material on Columbus minor league baseball teams dating back to the late 1800s.He has boxscores, rosters, photographs and scrapbooks of the Columbus Cardinals, Columbus Foxes, Columbus Astros, Columbus Yankees, Columbus RedStixx, Columbus Mudcats and most recently ...

Deaths published Dec. 28, 2016 - Tulsa World: Death Notices - Tulsa World

Monday, January 23, 2017

Woodruff, Leon Lester, 72, Bama Foods production worker and veteran, died Sunday. Visitation 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mobley-Groesbeck Funeral Service, Sand Springs, and service 11 a.m. Thursday, Glenwood Baptist Church.STATE/AREAFuneral home, church and cemetery locations are in the city under which the death notice is listed unless otherwise noted.BixbyDubois, David Rollind, 76, mechanical engineer and veteran, died Dec. 17. Memorial service 10 a.m. Thursday, Asbury United Methodist Church Mason Chapel, Tulsa. Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage, Tulsa.Moore, Doris Ruth, 82, Postal Service administrative assistant, died Dec. 20. Service 2 p.m. Wednesday, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, Tulsa. Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage, Tulsa.Broken ArrowBennett, Elsa, 85, retired high school cafeteria attendant, died Friday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Tuesday and service 2 p.m. Wednesday, both at Hayhurst Funeral Home.Pelts, Roger Allen, 67, Capital One customer service representative, died Sunday. Private family services. Schaudt’s, Tulsa.Rowell, Cathy Ann, 63, Claremore Public Schools teacher, died Dec. 20. Memorial service 10 a.m. Jan. 7, Schaudt’s Funeral Service Chapel, Tulsa.Sommers, Thomas William, 91, Cities Service Co. draftsman and veteran, died Sunday. Visitation 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Floral Haven Funeral Home, Broken Arrow. Services pending.Warren, Mary Lu, 85, Mac’s Mobile Home Repair/Mac’s Aluminum Products bookkeeper and office manager, died Wednesday. Graveside service 1 p.m. Friday, Fort Gibson National Cemetery, Fort Gibson. Hayhurst.ClaremoreSunday, Henry Jr., 60, American Airlines facilities maintenance employee, died Sunday. Service 10 a.m. Friday, First United Methodist Church. Rice.NowataWesson, Elsworth Arnold “Punk,” 85, Funk Manufacturing/John Deere worker and veteran, died Monday. Service 10 a.m. Thursday, First Church of God. Benjamin.OwassoMitchell, Donna Jane, 81, Southwestern Bell manager, died Sunday. Visitation 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Mowery Funeral Service, and service 1 p.m. Friday, Silver Creek Church of the Nazarene.Sand SpringsShackelford, Billy Joe “Bill,” 79, Harper Elevator Service technician, died Saturday. Visitation 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mobley-Groesbeck Funeral Service, and service 11 a.m. Friday, Olivet Baptist Church, Tulsa.TahlequahWoolsey, Benjamin W., 66, Frito Lay route salesman, died Sunday. Service 2 p.m. Thursday, Green Country Funeral Home Chapel.VinitaBarton, Maxine L., 91, formerly of Vinita, died Sunday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Thursday, Fairview Cemetery. Burckhalter.WetumkaTinkler, Joetta, 83, homemaker, died Monday. Service 10 a.m. Thursday, Wetumka Assembly of God. Parks Brothers, Okemah.Death notice policyDeath notices are $55 and include basic information about the deceased: the person’s name, age, occupation, date of death, place of death, visitation and service information. They are available only to funeral homes. Funeral homes can submit death notices by e-mail to obits@tulsaworld.com, by fax at 918-581-8353 until 8 p.m. daily or by phone at 918-581-8347 from 4 to 8 p.m.Circle of LifeIn an effort to honor those who have donated either organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the "Circle of Life" campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD).If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the "Circle of Life" logo placed in his or her listing.p...

Gravesite legend survives century since Western icon's death - The Durango Herald

Monday, January 16, 2017

Buffalo Bill and his wife, Louisa, took a train to Denver, but she returned to Cody.Buffalo Bill was not feeling well in Denver while staying at the home of his sister, May Decker, so he adjourned to Glenwood Springs for a few days of mineral baths. The waters did not soothe him sufficiently, and still ailing, he returned to 2932 Lafayette St. in Denver on Jan. 8.In a book titled Memories of Buffalo Bill By His Wife Louisa Frederici Cody, published in 1919, Louisa, who called Buffalo Bill “Will,” wrote she was informed of his failing health by someone in Cody. She met Will in Denver and described him as, “... a frail, white-faced man, the long, white hair clinging about his temples, the lips thin and white and wan – but a man fighting to the end.”In the closing pages of her book, she quoted Buffalo Bill as saying, “I want to be buried on top of Mount Lookout. It’s right over Denver. You can look down into four states there. It’s pretty up there. I want to be buried up there – instead of in Wyoming.”Few believe Buffalo Bill said that. Wedded in 1866 in St. Louis, the Cody’s marriage had been long and rocky, with numerous stresses.For most of 30 years, Buffalo Bill had been on the road, traveling throughout Europe and the United States with his frontier-rooted performances and apparently a succession of groupie girlfriends. Buffalo Bill more than once accused Louisa of trying to poison him, though that was disproved. Buffalo Bill sued for divorce in 1904, but the court denied it, telling the couple to reconcile. They did and were still officially together in 1917.Internment in DenverAs Cody residents 500 miles away observed in astonishment – they believed Buffalo Bill was headed their way for internment – the city of Denver wrested control of the body and funeral plans.Authorization was staked to a fresher 1913 will. In it, Buffalo Bill left death-related issues up to his wife.Two sources, a telegraph wire to then-Cody mayor Jakie Schwoob, and the trio of outraged body snatchers, suggest Louisa sold her husband’s body for $10,000 (or more) to Denver Post publisher Henry Tammen and his co-conspirator, Denver Mayor Robert Speer, for the promise they would orchestrate a sensational funeral.Schwoob said Louisa contacted him, saying Denver pledged “a $10,000 funeral. Can Cody match that?”Richard indicated he heard each man put $10,000 on the table for Louisa over breakfast.“She opened her big purse, pulled it in and said, ‘It’s yours,’” Richard said. Fees said he believes those tales to be a slur on Louisa’s name.Instead, what she likely accepted was Denver covering the cost of a glittery, major funeral production.A very elaborate and public funeral was conducted in Denver on Jan. 14, and then William F. Cody’s coffin was placed in cold storage at Olinger’s Crown Hill Mortuary.There was no existing burial site on 7,379-foot Lookout Mountain. Buffalo Bill’s delayed burial took place June 3, 1917.Some believe sleight of hand occurred du...

Death and Funeral Notices for Jan. 6 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, January 16, 2017

Garmon Funeral Home. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Pryor Hill Baptist Church. Garmon Funeral Home, Henderson.BRIAN ALAN PLEASANT, 56, Frankston; Celebration of Life service 2 p.m. Saturday at Glenwood Church of Christ, 5210 Hollytree Drive, Tyler. Rhone Funeral Home, Palestine.FRANK RAY PRATER JR., 87, Tyler; Graveside service 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Tyler Memorial Park Cemetery. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.RUBEN ROBINSON, 74, Athens; Viewing 3-7 p.m. Friday at Garrett & Tucker Funeral Directors. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Athens. Garrett & Tucker Funeral Directors, Athens.MARY LEE (DUGAN) SIGMAN, 88, Tyler; Memorial service 2 p.m. at Marvin United Methodist Church.ARNOLD ROBERT STAFFORD, 84, Tyler; Viewing 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday at Community Funeral Home of Tyler. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at North Star Missionary Baptist Church. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.TONY MAX STRINGER, 69, Tomball; Memorial service 2 p.m. Saturday at Eubank Funeral Home, Canton.LULA WARD, 74, Wright City; Memorial service 10 a.m. Saturday at Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home, Henderson.EDWARD WILLIAMS, 85, Tyler; Viewing 1-6 p.m. Friday at Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Home. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Ernest S. Sterling Memorial Chapel at Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Home, Tyler.

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Eugene "Wes" Day, Jr.

Monday, February 27, 2017

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.

Man kills mother near Hudson, shoots at police and kills himself in Minnesota - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, February 20, 2017

Reese fled the home in a car. Wold was declared dead at the scene.About 12:45 a.m. Sunday, deputies were heading to Reese's residence 30 or so miles to the east in Glenwood City when a caller to 911 said the suspect's apartment was on fire.Reese's car was spotted about 1:15 a.m. about 13 miles southwest of the apartment on Hwy. 12 in Woodville, where a police officer started trailing him without his emergency lights activated. Reese shot at the squad car.Several other law enforcement agencies joined in the chase, which stretched for roughly 50 miles and crossed the state line about 1½ miles into Chisago County.Again, Reese shot at his pursuers before he struck a median barrier on Hwy. 8. Even after the crash, Reese kept shooting.Shortly after 2 a.m., officers looked in the car and saw Reese dead from "what appeared to be a self-inflicted wound to the head."Reese's criminal history in Wisconsin includes convictions for drunken driving and illegally carrying a concealed weapon.

Longtime Ledger Sports Editor Cecil Darby dies - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Sammy Howard, former mayor of Phenix City, knew Darby on multiple levels — first as a standout player for Central High School in the 1950s, then as a coach at Hardaway and Glenwood.“He’s the best sportswriter we’ve ever had,” Howard said of Darby, a longtime friend.Even today, Howard pulls out the tattered old newspaper clips and reads Darby’s words.“He really, and I mean really, cared about high school sports and you could tell by the way he wrote it was dear to him,” Howard said. “I was recently reading the article about the 1956 game we played against Columbus High.”Central lost 14-13.“It was just like I was there again,” Howard said. “He got it right. Just like I remembered it.”In 1969, Howard coached a Yazoo City team that won the Mississippi state championship.“He called me up to do a story and I remember he was so easy to talk to,” Howard said. “We ended up at Hardaway the next year. You could always trust him to get it right.”Darby, the son of Cecil Albert Darby Sr. and Jewel Owen Darby, worked in the Ledger for 36 years. He was a 1942 Columbus High School graduate, he briefly attended the University of Florida.He spent nearly three years in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, mostly in the Pacific.After his retirement from the newspaper, Darby was honored for his work many times.He was inducted into the Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame. Darby went into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame in 1995 in a class that included pitcher Bob Gibson, catcher Al Lopez and the legendary Enos Slaughter.He kept meticulous records and in 2006 donated much of what he had accumulated to the Columbus State University archives. The collection included extensive material on Columbus minor league baseball teams dating back to the late 1800s.He has boxscores, rosters, photographs and scrapbooks of the Columbus Cardinals, Columbus Foxes, Columbus Astros, Columbus Yankees, Columbus RedStixx, Columbus Mudcats and most recently ...

Deaths published Dec. 28, 2016 - Tulsa World: Death Notices - Tulsa World

Monday, January 23, 2017

Woodruff, Leon Lester, 72, Bama Foods production worker and veteran, died Sunday. Visitation 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mobley-Groesbeck Funeral Service, Sand Springs, and service 11 a.m. Thursday, Glenwood Baptist Church.STATE/AREAFuneral home, church and cemetery locations are in the city under which the death notice is listed unless otherwise noted.BixbyDubois, David Rollind, 76, mechanical engineer and veteran, died Dec. 17. Memorial service 10 a.m. Thursday, Asbury United Methodist Church Mason Chapel, Tulsa. Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage, Tulsa.Moore, Doris Ruth, 82, Postal Service administrative assistant, died Dec. 20. Service 2 p.m. Wednesday, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, Tulsa. Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage, Tulsa.Broken ArrowBennett, Elsa, 85, retired high school cafeteria attendant, died Friday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Tuesday and service 2 p.m. Wednesday, both at Hayhurst Funeral Home.Pelts, Roger Allen, 67, Capital One customer service representative, died Sunday. Private family services. Schaudt’s, Tulsa.Rowell, Cathy Ann, 63, Claremore Public Schools teacher, died Dec. 20. Memorial service 10 a.m. Jan. 7, Schaudt’s Funeral Service Chapel, Tulsa.Sommers, Thomas William, 91, Cities Service Co. draftsman and veteran, died Sunday. Visitation 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Floral Haven Funeral Home, Broken Arrow. Services pending.Warren, Mary Lu, 85, Mac’s Mobile Home Repair/Mac’s Aluminum Products bookkeeper and office manager, died Wednesday. Graveside service 1 p.m. Friday, Fort Gibson National Cemetery, Fort Gibson. Hayhurst.ClaremoreSunday, Henry Jr., 60, American Airlines facilities maintenance employee, died Sunday. Service 10 a.m. Friday, First United Methodist Church. Rice.NowataWesson, Elsworth Arnold “Punk,” 85, Funk Manufacturing/John Deere worker and veteran, died Monday. Service 10 a.m. Thursday, First Church of God. Benjamin.OwassoMitchell, Donna Jane, 81, Southwestern Bell manager, died Sunday. Visitation 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Mowery Funeral Service, and service 1 p.m. Friday, Silver Creek Church of the Nazarene.Sand SpringsShackelford, Billy Joe “Bill,” 79, Harper Elevator Service technician, died Saturday. Visitation 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mobley-Groesbeck Funeral Service, and service 11 a.m. Friday, Olivet Baptist Church, Tulsa.TahlequahWoolsey, Benjamin W., 66, Frito Lay route salesman, died Sunday. Service 2 p.m. Thursday, Green Country Funeral Home Chapel.VinitaBarton, Maxine L., 91, formerly of Vinita, died Sunday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Thursday, Fairview Cemetery. Burckhalter.WetumkaTinkler, Joetta, 83, homemaker, died Monday. Service 10 a.m. Thursday, Wetumka Assembly of God. Parks Brothers, Okemah.Death notice policyDeath notices are $55 and include basic information about the deceased: the person’s name, age, occupation, date of death, place of death, visitation and service information. They are available only to funeral homes. Funeral homes can submit death notices by e-mail to obits@tulsaworld.com, by fax at 918-581-8353 until 8 p.m. daily or by phone at 918-581-8347 from 4 to 8 p.m.Circle of LifeIn an effort to honor those who have donated either organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the "Circle of Life" campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD).If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the "Circle of Life" logo placed in his or her listing.p...

Gravesite legend survives century since Western icon's death - The Durango Herald

Monday, January 16, 2017

Buffalo Bill and his wife, Louisa, took a train to Denver, but she returned to Cody.Buffalo Bill was not feeling well in Denver while staying at the home of his sister, May Decker, so he adjourned to Glenwood Springs for a few days of mineral baths. The waters did not soothe him sufficiently, and still ailing, he returned to 2932 Lafayette St. in Denver on Jan. 8.In a book titled Memories of Buffalo Bill By His Wife Louisa Frederici Cody, published in 1919, Louisa, who called Buffalo Bill “Will,” wrote she was informed of his failing health by someone in Cody. She met Will in Denver and described him as, “... a frail, white-faced man, the long, white hair clinging about his temples, the lips thin and white and wan – but a man fighting to the end.”In the closing pages of her book, she quoted Buffalo Bill as saying, “I want to be buried on top of Mount Lookout. It’s right over Denver. You can look down into four states there. It’s pretty up there. I want to be buried up there – instead of in Wyoming.”Few believe Buffalo Bill said that. Wedded in 1866 in St. Louis, the Cody’s marriage had been long and rocky, with numerous stresses.For most of 30 years, Buffalo Bill had been on the road, traveling throughout Europe and the United States with his frontier-rooted performances and apparently a succession of groupie girlfriends. Buffalo Bill more than once accused Louisa of trying to poison him, though that was disproved. Buffalo Bill sued for divorce in 1904, but the court denied it, telling the couple to reconcile. They did and were still officially together in 1917.Internment in DenverAs Cody residents 500 miles away observed in astonishment – they believed Buffalo Bill was headed their way for internment – the city of Denver wrested control of the body and funeral plans.Authorization was staked to a fresher 1913 will. In it, Buffalo Bill left death-related issues up to his wife.Two sources, a telegraph wire to then-Cody mayor Jakie Schwoob, and the trio of outraged body snatchers, suggest Louisa sold her husband’s body for $10,000 (or more) to Denver Post publisher Henry Tammen and his co-conspirator, Denver Mayor Robert Speer, for the promise they would orchestrate a sensational funeral.Schwoob said Louisa contacted him, saying Denver pledged “a $10,000 funeral. Can Cody match that?”Richard indicated he heard each man put $10,000 on the table for Louisa over breakfast.“She opened her big purse, pulled it in and said, ‘It’s yours,’” Richard said. Fees said he believes those tales to be a slur on Louisa’s name.Instead, what she likely accepted was Denver covering the cost of a glittery, major funeral production.A very elaborate and public funeral was conducted in Denver on Jan. 14, and then William F. Cody’s coffin was placed in cold storage at Olinger’s Crown Hill Mortuary.There was no existing burial site on 7,379-foot Lookout Mountain. Buffalo Bill’s delayed burial took place June 3, 1917.Some believe sleight of hand occurred du...

Death and Funeral Notices for Jan. 6 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, January 16, 2017

Garmon Funeral Home. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Pryor Hill Baptist Church. Garmon Funeral Home, Henderson.BRIAN ALAN PLEASANT, 56, Frankston; Celebration of Life service 2 p.m. Saturday at Glenwood Church of Christ, 5210 Hollytree Drive, Tyler. Rhone Funeral Home, Palestine.FRANK RAY PRATER JR., 87, Tyler; Graveside service 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Tyler Memorial Park Cemetery. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.RUBEN ROBINSON, 74, Athens; Viewing 3-7 p.m. Friday at Garrett & Tucker Funeral Directors. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Athens. Garrett & Tucker Funeral Directors, Athens.MARY LEE (DUGAN) SIGMAN, 88, Tyler; Memorial service 2 p.m. at Marvin United Methodist Church.ARNOLD ROBERT STAFFORD, 84, Tyler; Viewing 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday at Community Funeral Home of Tyler. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at North Star Missionary Baptist Church. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.TONY MAX STRINGER, 69, Tomball; Memorial service 2 p.m. Saturday at Eubank Funeral Home, Canton.LULA WARD, 74, Wright City; Memorial service 10 a.m. Saturday at Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home, Henderson.EDWARD WILLIAMS, 85, Tyler; Viewing 1-6 p.m. Friday at Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Home. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday at Ernest S. Sterling Memorial Chapel at Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Home, Tyler.