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Hennessey Aman Funeral Director

310 East Huron Street
Missouri Valley, IA 51555
(712) 642-2745
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310 East Huron Street
Missouri Valley, IA 51555
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Dick, Wayne Allen - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

VISITATION will be held on Thursday, December 22, 2016 from 6 to 8pm. FUNERAL SERVICE will be held on Friday, December 23, 2016 at 11am, all at Hennessey Funeral Home in Missouri Valley, IA HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME Missouri Valley, IA 712-642-2745...

Tom Markland, 1924-2016 - Columbia Daily Tribune

Monday, October 03, 2016

Franklin.Tom was born Dec. 11, 1924, in Armstrong, the son of David L. and Lenora Snoddy Markland. Tom attended the Armstrong schools, graduating from Armstrong High School in 1942. He was attending Missouri Valley College when he joined the United States Army in April 1943. After basic training, his unit was sent to train in southern England in the fall of 1943 to prepare for the Allied invasion of the European continent. He was proud to have served in the “Big Red One” First Infantry Division and to have landed in Normandy, France, on Omaha Beach on D-Day. He served in Europe for 24 months and was in the campaigns of Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes and Central Europe. He was awarded five Bronze Stars for those campaigns. In addition to the Bronze Stars, he received the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal and the Combat Infantryman’s Badge.Following military service, he graduated from the St. Louis School of Mortuary Science and worked for ten years with George C. Carson Funeral Home in Independence. In May 1957, he purchased the Harry Hall Funeral Home in New Franklin and served the community for thirty-four years, retiring in 1991.Tom married Doris D. Noll on Oct. 19, 1947, and they were blessed to enjoy over 68 years of marriage. They were the parents of two daughters, Lenora and Lisa.Tom was a member of First Baptist Church of New Franklin and served as a deacon since 1963. He was also the church treasurer for 55 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and served as secretary of Howard Lodge No. 4 for 40 years. He was a Past Patron of New Franklin Order of the Eastern Star. He served for a nu...

Davie says South Dakota will not be like UNM's previous FCS opponents - Albuquerque Journal

Monday, August 29, 2016

Valley State),” Davie said, “but this is completely different.”On the surface, the Coyotes were the epitome of average last year under former Wyoming coach Joe Glenn – finishing 5-6 and 3-5 in Missouri Valley Football Conference play. But that record includes a shocking upset victory over North Dakota State, which went on to win its fifth consecutive FCS national title. The Coyotes also beat Southern Illinois, which had come within a whisker of upsetting Indiana earlier in the year.Glenn retired after the season. In an “if you can’t beat ’em hire him” move, South Dakota hired coach Bob Nielson away from MVFC rival Western Illinois. The Leathernecks beat the Coyotes 40-21 last season.Nielson has a 186-80-1 record in 23 seasons, having coached at five different schools. He won two Division II national titles at Minnesota-Duluth.“They’ve got a coach that’s had tremendous success,” Davie said. “They’re gonna be a very well-coached team.”Regardless of classification, preparing for an opening game against a team with a new head coach is a daunting task. Lots of 2015 Western Illinois game film, as well as that of South Dakota, must be viewed and analyzed.Nielson has hired staff from other programs. Because new Coyotes run-game coordinator Bill O’Boyle was at Southern Illinois last year, some SIU game film has been reviewed as well.Amid all that information, Davie said, “There’s only so many things you can do.AdvertisementContinue reading“We’ve had a lot of time to prepare, and it won’t be that we’re not prepared. It’s just that maybe sometimes you over-prepare. We’re trying to be cautious of not doing that.”Davie ticked off several examples of FCS teams having beaten Football Bowl Subdivision teams in recent years.In the not-so-distant past, it happened to the Lobos: Portland State 17, UNM 6 in the 2006...

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Dick, Wayne Allen - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

VISITATION will be held on Thursday, December 22, 2016 from 6 to 8pm. FUNERAL SERVICE will be held on Friday, December 23, 2016 at 11am, all at Hennessey Funeral Home in Missouri Valley, IA HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME Missouri Valley, IA 712-642-2745...

Tom Markland, 1924-2016 - Columbia Daily Tribune

Monday, October 03, 2016

Franklin.Tom was born Dec. 11, 1924, in Armstrong, the son of David L. and Lenora Snoddy Markland. Tom attended the Armstrong schools, graduating from Armstrong High School in 1942. He was attending Missouri Valley College when he joined the United States Army in April 1943. After basic training, his unit was sent to train in southern England in the fall of 1943 to prepare for the Allied invasion of the European continent. He was proud to have served in the “Big Red One” First Infantry Division and to have landed in Normandy, France, on Omaha Beach on D-Day. He served in Europe for 24 months and was in the campaigns of Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes and Central Europe. He was awarded five Bronze Stars for those campaigns. In addition to the Bronze Stars, he received the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal and the Combat Infantryman’s Badge.Following military service, he graduated from the St. Louis School of Mortuary Science and worked for ten years with George C. Carson Funeral Home in Independence. In May 1957, he purchased the Harry Hall Funeral Home in New Franklin and served the community for thirty-four years, retiring in 1991.Tom married Doris D. Noll on Oct. 19, 1947, and they were blessed to enjoy over 68 years of marriage. They were the parents of two daughters, Lenora and Lisa.Tom was a member of First Baptist Church of New Franklin and served as a deacon since 1963. He was also the church treasurer for 55 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and served as secretary of Howard Lodge No. 4 for 40 years. He was a Past Patron of New Franklin Order of the Eastern Star. He served for a nu...

Davie says South Dakota will not be like UNM's previous FCS opponents - Albuquerque Journal

Monday, August 29, 2016

Valley State),” Davie said, “but this is completely different.”On the surface, the Coyotes were the epitome of average last year under former Wyoming coach Joe Glenn – finishing 5-6 and 3-5 in Missouri Valley Football Conference play. But that record includes a shocking upset victory over North Dakota State, which went on to win its fifth consecutive FCS national title. The Coyotes also beat Southern Illinois, which had come within a whisker of upsetting Indiana earlier in the year.Glenn retired after the season. In an “if you can’t beat ’em hire him” move, South Dakota hired coach Bob Nielson away from MVFC rival Western Illinois. The Leathernecks beat the Coyotes 40-21 last season.Nielson has a 186-80-1 record in 23 seasons, having coached at five different schools. He won two Division II national titles at Minnesota-Duluth.“They’ve got a coach that’s had tremendous success,” Davie said. “They’re gonna be a very well-coached team.”Regardless of classification, preparing for an opening game against a team with a new head coach is a daunting task. Lots of 2015 Western Illinois game film, as well as that of South Dakota, must be viewed and analyzed.Nielson has hired staff from other programs. Because new Coyotes run-game coordinator Bill O’Boyle was at Southern Illinois last year, some SIU game film has been reviewed as well.Amid all that information, Davie said, “There’s only so many things you can do.AdvertisementContinue reading“We’ve had a lot of time to prepare, and it won’t be that we’re not prepared. It’s just that maybe sometimes you over-prepare. We’re trying to be cautious of not doing that.”Davie ticked off several examples of FCS teams having beaten Football Bowl Subdivision teams in recent years.In the not-so-distant past, it happened to the Lobos: Portland State 17, UNM 6 in the 2006...