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Major farewell planned for Allen County Sheriff's late Sgt. Joseph Cox - News Sentinel

Monday, March 06, 2017

Cox off duty for the final time, Gladieux said.The procession then will drive back east for Cox's burial in Concordia Cemetery Gardens on Lake Avenue. Cox, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, will be buried with full military honors, including a 21-gun salute.Gladieux encouraged the public to come out to watch the procession and to show support for Cox's family and sheriff's personnel. Cox is survived by his wife, Diana, six children and other family, including 13 grandchildren, his obituary said.The funeral procession route will be announced once it is finalized, Gladieux said.Noting he and Cox served together previously on the sheriff's department SWAT team, Gladieux said he knew Cox well.Cox's served in the confinement division, communications/dispatch center, and the civil, warrants and patrol divisions. Cox, who was promoted to sergeant in 2015, also was a former K-9 officer and a former member of the department's Honor Guard and SWAT team.When Cox received an assignment, he took it to the end and always gave 110 percent in everything he did, Gladieux said. Cox was devoted to his family and very dedicated to his church, Blackhawk Ministries, and to assisting Youth for Christ's Juvenile Justice Ministry."He was very dedicated to this department, which means he was very dedicated to the community," Gladieux added.Cox had been in his office just last week, he said, where the sergeant voiced frustration about things not going well on a fatal accident investigation on which he was working. The conversation ended with Cox apologizing for bending Gladieux's ear, saying he was just "venting.""He gave me that grin and that wink he did so often," Gladieux recalled.Sheriff's department personnel are coping well with the loss, Gladieux said. Cox is the first sheriff's officer to die on duty in about 20 years.The department and Cox's family have been heartened by a huge outpouring of support, Gladieux said. Sheriff's officers' wives have organized providing food for Cox's family and for officers assisting with the guard duty and funeral events.Businesses also have offered to provide food, drinks or other needs, he said. Indiana Fraternal Order of Police officials have assisted with funeral and funeral procession planning.More InformationWhat happenedThe hectic events Sunday night began with a report about 8:30 p.m. of a car-buggy, personal injury accident at Indiana 37 and Ricker Road, Allen County Sheriff David Gladieux said. Sgt. Joseph Cox, a sheriff's department fatal accident investigator, was one of three sheriff's officers who rushed to the accident scene with lights and sirens going.Once they arrived, they learned a young Amish man had been thrown or fallen from the buggy, and the horses continued on, running into a car at the intersection, Gladieux said. The young man was not seriously hurt.After completing his work at the accident scene, Cox gave a ride home to the young man's father, who had come to the accident site, Gladieux said. Cox, who went into the family's home and talked more with the father,...

John Concordia

Monday, February 27, 2017

John J. Concordia, of Shrewsbury, MA died peacefully on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Born in Worcester, to Pasquale and Celia (Lovuolo) Concordia, John lived in Shrewsbury most of his life. He moved to Cape Cod in August 2015 and recently moved back to Shrewsbury, the place he loved most. He was predeceased by his loving wife of 52 years, Joan B. (Fleming) Concordia.Growing up, John played baseball and basketball while at North High School where he was the captain of the basketball team. He graduated from North High School and later from WPI. He greatly valued education and strongly instilled that value in his children and grandchildren. In 1943, John enlisted in the Army Air Corp where he was accepted into an officer-training program in Meteorology, and after basic training spent a year of study at Bowdoin College in Maine. He was then assigned to a second year of study in Ontario with the Canadian Air Force, before finishing his 3 years of Army service as a Radar Technologist, working o...

Family, friends remember Huron student killed in parking garage fall - MLive.com

Monday, November 21, 2016

A funeral service for Ben Pierce will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov.12 at the Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Concordia University, 4090 Geddes Road in Ann Arbor.Visitation will be held at the chapel for an hour before the service and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Muehlig Funeral Chapel, 403 S. 4th Avenue in Ann Arbor.Donations in Ben Pierce's memory can be made to support the education of his four siblings through the Michigan Education Savings Program or mailed to 3234 Creston Circle, Superior Township, 48198.

James 'Jim' 'Ronnie' Farris - Daily Journal

Monday, October 10, 2016

Monday at G.H. Herrmann Greenwood Funeral Home, 1605 S. State Road 135. The funeral service will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Concordia Cemetery.SHAREFacebookTwitter...

Church notes: Peace Lutheran to install new youth, young adult ministry director - Grand Island Independent

Monday, September 05, 2016

Roman Catholic church and then a non-denominational church. She was first introduced to the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod when she attended Milwaukee Lutheran High School.She attended Concordia University in Mequon, Wis., with the intent to become an athletic trainer. During her junior year of college, she was confirmed as a Lutheran and switched her major to theology and lay ministry with the plans to become a youth director. She has worked at National Lutheran Outdoor Ministry Association camps, including Camp Lutherhoma in Tahlequah, Okla., and Camp Perkins in Stanley, Idaho.After two years working at Camp Perkins, she began work at First Lutheran Church in Bozeman, Mont., as the director of youth and college ministries. She accepted a call to First Lutheran in December 2011. During this time, she also earned a master’s degree from Concordia University in Portland, Ore., in education.Keeley also served on the LCMS National Youth Gathering Planning Experiential Floor team in 2013 and 2016.Peace Lutheran is located at 1710 N. North Road. For more information, contact the church at (308) 384-5673.Abide Adoration set for SundaySt. Leo’s Catholic Church will host Abide Adoration, a time to sing, pray and worship Jesus, from 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday.Everyone is welcome. The church is located at 2410 S. Blaine St. in Grand Island.Veterans benefits topic of retirement workshopST. LIBORY —...

Ann Young

Monday, September 05, 2016

She spent her last years living on the farm with her sister Marilyn.Survivors include her sister, Marilyn Pickle of Dover, OK, two brothers, Edward Brummett of Concordia, KS, Jerry Marsh of Ellsworth, KS, a sister-in-law, Joy Young of Nokomis, IL, fourteen nieces and nephews and numerous grand nieces and nephews. She enjoyed an especially close relationship with her nephew Charles Pickle, regaling him with stories of his mother’s younger days. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, Stuart Young and a sister, Bessie Jo Leonard and step-fathers, Andrew Marsh and Pete Brummett.Memorial contributions may be made to the Enid SPCA with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home custodian of the funds. Online condolences may be left at www.ladusauevans.com.

Harry Hoth, former Colorado Springs mayor, broadcasting pioneer, has died - Colorado Springs Gazette

Monday, July 25, 2016

Colorado Springs and Grand Junction. He will be missed, but his imprint on us all lives on," said Evan Pappas, president and general manager of KOAA-TV.A Concordia, Mo., native, Hoth served in the Marine Corps during World War II and came to Colorado Springs to attend Colorado College in the 1940s and graduated from St. Paul's College in Concordia, Mo.While in school, he worked part time in radio sales and promotions at KRDO-AM and persuaded the owners of KRDO to build a television station in Colorado Springs, which went on the air full time in 1953. Two years later, Hoth became president and general manager of KRDO AM/TV and became majority owner in 1961 of Pikes Peak Broadcasting Co. He sold the company in 2006 to News Press & Gazette Broadcasting of St. Joseph, Mo."He stressed family ownership and community involvement. Our mission has been to build on his great legacy," David Bradley, chairman and CEO, and Brian Bradley, president of the broadcasting company, said in an email.He served on many boards and commissions, including the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Board, the state Emergency Broadcast System, the Colorado Municipal League and the Military Affairs Council of what is now the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance."The community has lost one of its legendary leaders from both the business world and positions of leadership," business alliance CEO Dirk Draper said. "When we talk about standing on the shoulders of giants, we are talking about Harry Hoth."He was a rancher, golfer and fisherman and enjoyed collecting coins and art.Hoth received many awards, including the Spirit of the Springs Lifetime Achievement Award on his 92nd birthday in September. He was named Broadcaster of the Year in 1969 and 1985 by the broadcasters association, which created the Harry W. Hoth Public Service Award to recognize broadcasters dedicated to community service.He won the Silver Spur Award from the Pikes Peak Range Riders in 1990, an award from the American Legion in 1994 for outstanding support and fundraising for needy military and veteran families and a national award in 1996 for outstanding civilian service to the Army.Hoth was married for 67 years to Joan G. Hoth, who died in 2014.He is survived by daughters Briggs and Patty Hoth, both of Colorado Springs, and Joie Stevens of Parker and by seven grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.Funeral arrangements are pending through the Shrine of Remembrance funeral home.-Contact Wayne Heilman: 636-0234Twitter @wayneheilman...

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Major farewell planned for Allen County Sheriff's late Sgt. Joseph Cox - News Sentinel

Monday, March 06, 2017

Cox off duty for the final time, Gladieux said.The procession then will drive back east for Cox's burial in Concordia Cemetery Gardens on Lake Avenue. Cox, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, will be buried with full military honors, including a 21-gun salute.Gladieux encouraged the public to come out to watch the procession and to show support for Cox's family and sheriff's personnel. Cox is survived by his wife, Diana, six children and other family, including 13 grandchildren, his obituary said.The funeral procession route will be announced once it is finalized, Gladieux said.Noting he and Cox served together previously on the sheriff's department SWAT team, Gladieux said he knew Cox well.Cox's served in the confinement division, communications/dispatch center, and the civil, warrants and patrol divisions. Cox, who was promoted to sergeant in 2015, also was a former K-9 officer and a former member of the department's Honor Guard and SWAT team.When Cox received an assignment, he took it to the end and always gave 110 percent in everything he did, Gladieux said. Cox was devoted to his family and very dedicated to his church, Blackhawk Ministries, and to assisting Youth for Christ's Juvenile Justice Ministry."He was very dedicated to this department, which means he was very dedicated to the community," Gladieux added.Cox had been in his office just last week, he said, where the sergeant voiced frustration about things not going well on a fatal accident investigation on which he was working. The conversation ended with Cox apologizing for bending Gladieux's ear, saying he was just "venting.""He gave me that grin and that wink he did so often," Gladieux recalled.Sheriff's department personnel are coping well with the loss, Gladieux said. Cox is the first sheriff's officer to die on duty in about 20 years.The department and Cox's family have been heartened by a huge outpouring of support, Gladieux said. Sheriff's officers' wives have organized providing food for Cox's family and for officers assisting with the guard duty and funeral events.Businesses also have offered to provide food, drinks or other needs, he said. Indiana Fraternal Order of Police officials have assisted with funeral and funeral procession planning.More InformationWhat happenedThe hectic events Sunday night began with a report about 8:30 p.m. of a car-buggy, personal injury accident at Indiana 37 and Ricker Road, Allen County Sheriff David Gladieux said. Sgt. Joseph Cox, a sheriff's department fatal accident investigator, was one of three sheriff's officers who rushed to the accident scene with lights and sirens going.Once they arrived, they learned a young Amish man had been thrown or fallen from the buggy, and the horses continued on, running into a car at the intersection, Gladieux said. The young man was not seriously hurt.After completing his work at the accident scene, Cox gave a ride home to the young man's father, who had come to the accident site, Gladieux said. Cox, who went into the family's home and talked more with the father,...

John Concordia

Monday, February 27, 2017

John J. Concordia, of Shrewsbury, MA died peacefully on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Born in Worcester, to Pasquale and Celia (Lovuolo) Concordia, John lived in Shrewsbury most of his life. He moved to Cape Cod in August 2015 and recently moved back to Shrewsbury, the place he loved most. He was predeceased by his loving wife of 52 years, Joan B. (Fleming) Concordia.Growing up, John played baseball and basketball while at North High School where he was the captain of the basketball team. He graduated from North High School and later from WPI. He greatly valued education and strongly instilled that value in his children and grandchildren. In 1943, John enlisted in the Army Air Corp where he was accepted into an officer-training program in Meteorology, and after basic training spent a year of study at Bowdoin College in Maine. He was then assigned to a second year of study in Ontario with the Canadian Air Force, before finishing his 3 years of Army service as a Radar Technologist, working o...

Family, friends remember Huron student killed in parking garage fall - MLive.com

Monday, November 21, 2016

A funeral service for Ben Pierce will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov.12 at the Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Concordia University, 4090 Geddes Road in Ann Arbor.Visitation will be held at the chapel for an hour before the service and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Muehlig Funeral Chapel, 403 S. 4th Avenue in Ann Arbor.Donations in Ben Pierce's memory can be made to support the education of his four siblings through the Michigan Education Savings Program or mailed to 3234 Creston Circle, Superior Township, 48198.

James 'Jim' 'Ronnie' Farris - Daily Journal

Monday, October 10, 2016

Monday at G.H. Herrmann Greenwood Funeral Home, 1605 S. State Road 135. The funeral service will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Concordia Cemetery.SHAREFacebookTwitter...

Church notes: Peace Lutheran to install new youth, young adult ministry director - Grand Island Independent

Monday, September 05, 2016

Roman Catholic church and then a non-denominational church. She was first introduced to the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod when she attended Milwaukee Lutheran High School.She attended Concordia University in Mequon, Wis., with the intent to become an athletic trainer. During her junior year of college, she was confirmed as a Lutheran and switched her major to theology and lay ministry with the plans to become a youth director. She has worked at National Lutheran Outdoor Ministry Association camps, including Camp Lutherhoma in Tahlequah, Okla., and Camp Perkins in Stanley, Idaho.After two years working at Camp Perkins, she began work at First Lutheran Church in Bozeman, Mont., as the director of youth and college ministries. She accepted a call to First Lutheran in December 2011. During this time, she also earned a master’s degree from Concordia University in Portland, Ore., in education.Keeley also served on the LCMS National Youth Gathering Planning Experiential Floor team in 2013 and 2016.Peace Lutheran is located at 1710 N. North Road. For more information, contact the church at (308) 384-5673.Abide Adoration set for SundaySt. Leo’s Catholic Church will host Abide Adoration, a time to sing, pray and worship Jesus, from 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday.Everyone is welcome. The church is located at 2410 S. Blaine St. in Grand Island.Veterans benefits topic of retirement workshopST. LIBORY —...

Ann Young

Monday, September 05, 2016

She spent her last years living on the farm with her sister Marilyn.Survivors include her sister, Marilyn Pickle of Dover, OK, two brothers, Edward Brummett of Concordia, KS, Jerry Marsh of Ellsworth, KS, a sister-in-law, Joy Young of Nokomis, IL, fourteen nieces and nephews and numerous grand nieces and nephews. She enjoyed an especially close relationship with her nephew Charles Pickle, regaling him with stories of his mother’s younger days. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, Stuart Young and a sister, Bessie Jo Leonard and step-fathers, Andrew Marsh and Pete Brummett.Memorial contributions may be made to the Enid SPCA with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home custodian of the funds. Online condolences may be left at www.ladusauevans.com.

Harry Hoth, former Colorado Springs mayor, broadcasting pioneer, has died - Colorado Springs Gazette

Monday, July 25, 2016

Colorado Springs and Grand Junction. He will be missed, but his imprint on us all lives on," said Evan Pappas, president and general manager of KOAA-TV.A Concordia, Mo., native, Hoth served in the Marine Corps during World War II and came to Colorado Springs to attend Colorado College in the 1940s and graduated from St. Paul's College in Concordia, Mo.While in school, he worked part time in radio sales and promotions at KRDO-AM and persuaded the owners of KRDO to build a television station in Colorado Springs, which went on the air full time in 1953. Two years later, Hoth became president and general manager of KRDO AM/TV and became majority owner in 1961 of Pikes Peak Broadcasting Co. He sold the company in 2006 to News Press & Gazette Broadcasting of St. Joseph, Mo."He stressed family ownership and community involvement. Our mission has been to build on his great legacy," David Bradley, chairman and CEO, and Brian Bradley, president of the broadcasting company, said in an email.He served on many boards and commissions, including the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Board, the state Emergency Broadcast System, the Colorado Municipal League and the Military Affairs Council of what is now the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance."The community has lost one of its legendary leaders from both the business world and positions of leadership," business alliance CEO Dirk Draper said. "When we talk about standing on the shoulders of giants, we are talking about Harry Hoth."He was a rancher, golfer and fisherman and enjoyed collecting coins and art.Hoth received many awards, including the Spirit of the Springs Lifetime Achievement Award on his 92nd birthday in September. He was named Broadcaster of the Year in 1969 and 1985 by the broadcasters association, which created the Harry W. Hoth Public Service Award to recognize broadcasters dedicated to community service.He won the Silver Spur Award from the Pikes Peak Range Riders in 1990, an award from the American Legion in 1994 for outstanding support and fundraising for needy military and veteran families and a national award in 1996 for outstanding civilian service to the Army.Hoth was married for 67 years to Joan G. Hoth, who died in 2014.He is survived by daughters Briggs and Patty Hoth, both of Colorado Springs, and Joie Stevens of Parker and by seven grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.Funeral arrangements are pending through the Shrine of Remembrance funeral home.-Contact Wayne Heilman: 636-0234Twitter @wayneheilman...