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Mount Calvary Cemetery

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Lansing, KS 66048
(913) 727-1698
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1500 North 8th Street
Lansing, KS 66043
(913) 727-1935
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Charles “Chuck” F. Caya - La Crosse Tribune

Monday, June 19, 2017

EASTMAN — Charles “Chuck” F. Caya, 83, of Eastman passed away Monday, June 19, 2017, at the Thornton Manor Care Center in Lansing, Iowa, following a brief illness.He was born Aug. 30, 1933, in Eastman, the son of Mitchel and Rose (Mickel) Caya. Chuck served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict. He married Janice Oppriecht June 2, 1956, at St. Wenceslaus Church in Eastman. Chuck worked as a crane operator for Operating Engineers Local 139, throughout the State of Wisconsin. He was recently recognized as a 60 year member of the Eastman American Legion. He was an avid hunter who enjoyed his many big game hunting trips out west.He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Janice Caya; his brothers, George (Diane) of Eastman and Thomas (Sharon) of Seneca; his sisters, Margaret (Charles) Schmidt of Orlando, Fla., and Grace McDaneld of Plattsmouth, Neb.; along with numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Michael; his sisters, Rosemary Brown and Agnes Zimmer.A Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Eastman. The Re...

Nancy Ruth Webb - Murfreesboro Post

Monday, March 27, 2017

Nancy Ruth Webb, age 84 of Murfreesboro died Tuesday at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital. She was a native of Lansing, Michigan and wife of the late Bazil M. Webb who died in 2001. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Howard and Alma Thieme.Survivors include her children, Kenneth Webb of Murfreesboro and Patricia Johnson of Escondido, California; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.Mrs. Webb was a member of Central Christian Church and a homemaker.Memorial services will be 6 p.m. Thursday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Rev. Steve Odum will officiate. Visitation will begin one hour prior to services. Burial will be Sunday in El Camino Memorial Park, San Diego, California.An online guestbook is available for the Webb family at www.woodfinchapel.com.

Charles Diggs Sr: Black Bottom and Paradise Valley business mogul - Michronicleonline

Monday, February 20, 2017

On November 7, 1936, he became the only the second black elected to the Michigan senate—and the first Democrat. He immediately championed historic civil rights efforts in Lansing, as well as fair and equal employment. In fact, his signature legislation in 1937, known to many as the “Diggs Law,” made discrimination on the basis of race, color, or creed a misdemeanor.He and wife, Mayme, had only son, Charles, Jr. The younger Diggs became the first black man in Michigan history to serve on Capitol Hill joining Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. of New York, and William L. Dawson of Chicago as the only three black members on the 435-person U.S House of Representatives.After his legislative career, Diggs remained at active in local business and investment on the African continent until his death on at 73 years old on April 25, 1967.Ken Coleman writes frequently about black life in Detroit. He can be reached at historylivesDetroit.com Also On The Michigan Chronicle:...

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia - Washington Post

Monday, January 09, 2017

Edelman, died Nov. 18 at an assisted-living center in Washington. The cause was sepsis, said a daughter, Cynthia Rainey.Mrs. Rainey, a District resident, was born in Lansing, Mich., and moved to the Washington area in 1942. She wrote a 1972 book on practical tips for food shoppers and was a past president of the parent-teacher organization at Hyde Elementary School in Washington.Warren MacIsaac, Catholic U. professorWarren MacIsaac, 86, a professor for 25 years in Catholic University’s drama department and a specialist in the plays of Shakespeare, died Nov. 14 at his home in Washington. The cause was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, said a son, Tom MacIsaac.Dr. MacIsaac, a native of Worcester, Mass., taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at secondary schools in Massachusetts before joining the Catholic University faculty in 1970. For five years, he also was literary director at Center Stage in Baltimore. He wrote articles for scholarly journals and playbills for Washington-area theaters.Bethel Moore, quilter, gardenerBethel Moore, 95, a quilter and gardener who grew and tended flowers and vegetables at her home in Fairfax City, Va., died Nov. 19 at a nursing center in Fairfax City. The cause was vascular dementia, said her daughter, Karen Moore.Mrs. Moore was born Bethel Triplett in Fair Grove, Mo., and had moved to the Washington area in 1940. She was a founding mother of the Fairfax chapter of Quilters Unlimited and a member of Fairfax United Methodist Church.Moeen Qureshi, equity fund chiefMoeen Qureshi, 86, a former World Bank vice president, equity fund chairman and interim prime minister of Pakistan, died Nov. 22 at a care center in Bethesda, Md. The cause was Parkinson’s disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, said a son, Samu Qureshi.Dr. Qureshi, a Washington resident, was born in Lahore, Pakistan. He began his career in international finance in 1958 with the International Monetary Fund in Washington. He retired from the World Bank in 1991 as senior vice president for operations.He was co-founder and chairman from 1992 to 2013 of Emerging Markets Partnership, a private equity fund. For three months in 1993, he was interim prime minister of Pakistan.Cynthia Grenier, writer, editorCynthia Grenier, 89, a former film and theater critic for the Paris edition of the New York Herald Tribune who later did editing and writing for the Washington Times and contributed pieces to the Weekly Standard, died Nov. 12 at her home in the District. The cause was dementia and senile brain degeneration, said family friend Roger Kaplan.Mrs. Grenier was born Cynthia Baker in Medford, Mass. While in Paris in the 1950s and 1960s, she interviewed actor Richard Burton and director Ingmar Bergman for Playboy magazine. She also worked as a senior editor at Ballantine Books and a vice president for production at the film company United Artists, among other jobs, before settling in Washington in 1983.CORRECTION: The obituary for Moeen Qureshi incorrectly reported the year he served as interim prime minister of Pakistan. It was 1993, not 2013. The obi...

James Hulliberger — 2 pm, Otisco Township Cemetery, Belding. (Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding) - Greenville Daily News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Belding. Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding, has been entrusted with funeral care. Messages of condolence may also be given at www.jffh.com.Laura A. Roe, 56BELDING — Laura A. Roe, 56, of Lansing, passed away Thursday. Memorial services will be 4 p.m. Monday at Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding. Visitation will be one hour before the service. A complete obituary will be published on Saturday.Arthur J. “Art” Skiver, 67KALAMAZOO — Arthur J. “Art” Skiver, passed away Friday, Sept 9. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Langeland Family Funeral Homes, Westside Chapel, Kalamazoo. For obituary and condolences, see Art’s personalized page at www.langelands.com.

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Charles “Chuck” F. Caya - La Crosse Tribune

Monday, June 19, 2017

EASTMAN — Charles “Chuck” F. Caya, 83, of Eastman passed away Monday, June 19, 2017, at the Thornton Manor Care Center in Lansing, Iowa, following a brief illness.He was born Aug. 30, 1933, in Eastman, the son of Mitchel and Rose (Mickel) Caya. Chuck served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict. He married Janice Oppriecht June 2, 1956, at St. Wenceslaus Church in Eastman. Chuck worked as a crane operator for Operating Engineers Local 139, throughout the State of Wisconsin. He was recently recognized as a 60 year member of the Eastman American Legion. He was an avid hunter who enjoyed his many big game hunting trips out west.He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Janice Caya; his brothers, George (Diane) of Eastman and Thomas (Sharon) of Seneca; his sisters, Margaret (Charles) Schmidt of Orlando, Fla., and Grace McDaneld of Plattsmouth, Neb.; along with numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Michael; his sisters, Rosemary Brown and Agnes Zimmer.A Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Eastman. The Re...

Nancy Ruth Webb - Murfreesboro Post

Monday, March 27, 2017

Nancy Ruth Webb, age 84 of Murfreesboro died Tuesday at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital. She was a native of Lansing, Michigan and wife of the late Bazil M. Webb who died in 2001. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Howard and Alma Thieme.Survivors include her children, Kenneth Webb of Murfreesboro and Patricia Johnson of Escondido, California; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.Mrs. Webb was a member of Central Christian Church and a homemaker.Memorial services will be 6 p.m. Thursday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Rev. Steve Odum will officiate. Visitation will begin one hour prior to services. Burial will be Sunday in El Camino Memorial Park, San Diego, California.An online guestbook is available for the Webb family at www.woodfinchapel.com.

Charles Diggs Sr: Black Bottom and Paradise Valley business mogul - Michronicleonline

Monday, February 20, 2017

On November 7, 1936, he became the only the second black elected to the Michigan senate—and the first Democrat. He immediately championed historic civil rights efforts in Lansing, as well as fair and equal employment. In fact, his signature legislation in 1937, known to many as the “Diggs Law,” made discrimination on the basis of race, color, or creed a misdemeanor.He and wife, Mayme, had only son, Charles, Jr. The younger Diggs became the first black man in Michigan history to serve on Capitol Hill joining Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. of New York, and William L. Dawson of Chicago as the only three black members on the 435-person U.S House of Representatives.After his legislative career, Diggs remained at active in local business and investment on the African continent until his death on at 73 years old on April 25, 1967.Ken Coleman writes frequently about black life in Detroit. He can be reached at historylivesDetroit.com Also On The Michigan Chronicle:...

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia - Washington Post

Monday, January 09, 2017

Edelman, died Nov. 18 at an assisted-living center in Washington. The cause was sepsis, said a daughter, Cynthia Rainey.Mrs. Rainey, a District resident, was born in Lansing, Mich., and moved to the Washington area in 1942. She wrote a 1972 book on practical tips for food shoppers and was a past president of the parent-teacher organization at Hyde Elementary School in Washington.Warren MacIsaac, Catholic U. professorWarren MacIsaac, 86, a professor for 25 years in Catholic University’s drama department and a specialist in the plays of Shakespeare, died Nov. 14 at his home in Washington. The cause was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, said a son, Tom MacIsaac.Dr. MacIsaac, a native of Worcester, Mass., taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at secondary schools in Massachusetts before joining the Catholic University faculty in 1970. For five years, he also was literary director at Center Stage in Baltimore. He wrote articles for scholarly journals and playbills for Washington-area theaters.Bethel Moore, quilter, gardenerBethel Moore, 95, a quilter and gardener who grew and tended flowers and vegetables at her home in Fairfax City, Va., died Nov. 19 at a nursing center in Fairfax City. The cause was vascular dementia, said her daughter, Karen Moore.Mrs. Moore was born Bethel Triplett in Fair Grove, Mo., and had moved to the Washington area in 1940. She was a founding mother of the Fairfax chapter of Quilters Unlimited and a member of Fairfax United Methodist Church.Moeen Qureshi, equity fund chiefMoeen Qureshi, 86, a former World Bank vice president, equity fund chairman and interim prime minister of Pakistan, died Nov. 22 at a care center in Bethesda, Md. The cause was Parkinson’s disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, said a son, Samu Qureshi.Dr. Qureshi, a Washington resident, was born in Lahore, Pakistan. He began his career in international finance in 1958 with the International Monetary Fund in Washington. He retired from the World Bank in 1991 as senior vice president for operations.He was co-founder and chairman from 1992 to 2013 of Emerging Markets Partnership, a private equity fund. For three months in 1993, he was interim prime minister of Pakistan.Cynthia Grenier, writer, editorCynthia Grenier, 89, a former film and theater critic for the Paris edition of the New York Herald Tribune who later did editing and writing for the Washington Times and contributed pieces to the Weekly Standard, died Nov. 12 at her home in the District. The cause was dementia and senile brain degeneration, said family friend Roger Kaplan.Mrs. Grenier was born Cynthia Baker in Medford, Mass. While in Paris in the 1950s and 1960s, she interviewed actor Richard Burton and director Ingmar Bergman for Playboy magazine. She also worked as a senior editor at Ballantine Books and a vice president for production at the film company United Artists, among other jobs, before settling in Washington in 1983.CORRECTION: The obituary for Moeen Qureshi incorrectly reported the year he served as interim prime minister of Pakistan. It was 1993, not 2013. The obi...

James Hulliberger — 2 pm, Otisco Township Cemetery, Belding. (Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding) - Greenville Daily News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Belding. Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding, has been entrusted with funeral care. Messages of condolence may also be given at www.jffh.com.Laura A. Roe, 56BELDING — Laura A. Roe, 56, of Lansing, passed away Thursday. Memorial services will be 4 p.m. Monday at Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding. Visitation will be one hour before the service. A complete obituary will be published on Saturday.Arthur J. “Art” Skiver, 67KALAMAZOO — Arthur J. “Art” Skiver, passed away Friday, Sept 9. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Langeland Family Funeral Homes, Westside Chapel, Kalamazoo. For obituary and condolences, see Art’s personalized page at www.langelands.com.