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2227 West 63rd Street
Mission Hills, KS 66208
(913) 362-8183
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Neighborhood Watch: Mission Hills - San Diego CityBEAT

Monday, January 30, 2017

Tucked up above the San Diego International Airport, to the east of Old Town and on Hillcrest’s west, Mission Hills is an ivory tower overlooking its peripheral neighborhoods. This stretch of top tier land has shied away from the look-at-me personalities of the surrounding communities, but over the last half decade, Mission Hills has quietly and consistently crept up the food chain. It’s shed an elder population and is emerging as a well-to-do, baby-making mecca. Novice families have cemented a reputation for valuing locally-sourced organics over grease-ridden convenience, single story complexes over monstrous high rises, and American-made products over Chinese manufacturing. A grab bag of architectural styles from Craftsman to Spanish colonial to modern homes line the canyons and squeaky clean streets. Random pavements sport a shade of pink, as requested by pioneering horticulturist Kate Sessions, who nearly single-handledly planted Balboa Park. She also opened Mission Hills Nursery, the oldest business of its kind in San Diego, after arriving on a steamship sailed by Mission Hills’ f...

It's a Wonderful Life Cast List of Characters Still Living/Alive | Heavy ... - Heavy.com

Monday, December 26, 2016

Bondi died from.Frank Faylen as Ernie BishopFaylen died at the age of 79 years old on August 2, 1985. His final resting place is San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California. Pneumonia was his cause of death. In his life, he had two daughters and one of them, Catherine “Kay” Faylen, was Regis Philbin’s first wife.Ward Bond as BertWard Bond died of a heart attack on November 5, 1960. He was 57 years old and John Wayne gave the eulogy at his funeral. At one time, Wayne accidentally shot Bond.Gloria Grahame as Violet BickGrahame was only 57 years old when she died on October 5, 1981. Her final resting place is Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery and she passed away from both breast cancer and Peritonitis. Peritonitis affects the tissue in the walls of the abdomen as well as your organs and Grahame contracted this after a doctor’s mistake. In her life, Grahame was married four times.H. B. Warner as Mr. GowerWarner died of a heart attack on December 21, 1958 in Woodland Hills, California. He was 83 years old and his final resting place is the Chapel of the Crematory, Los Angeles, California. In his career, he attained a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.Frank Albertson as Sam WainwrightAlbertson died at just 55 years old on February 29, 1964. He actually died in his sleep at his home in Santa Monica, California.Christmas Quotes 2016 for ECards and Well WishesCheck out the best quotes from songs, well wishes, poems and oth...

LA Archdiocese, funeral home operator settle lawsuit over lease of cemeteries - LA Daily News

Monday, December 12, 2016

All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach, Calvary Catholic Cemetery in East Los Angeles, Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Rowland Heights, San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills and Santa Clara Cemetery in Oxnard.In September 1997, the archdiocese and S.E. Funeral Homes agreed to let the plaintiffs lease land for 40 years to operate chapels and funeral homes at the six cemeteries from January 1998 until December 2038, the S.E. Funeral Homes suit states.In September 2014, the archdiocese notified the funeral home company that it was breaking the leases with the reverse merger transaction, according to the S.E. Funeral Homes complaint. Archdiocese attorney Stephen Alexander said previously that the plaintiffs, not his clients, breached the contract.Advertisement“We believe our consent was required for a change in control,” Alexander said previously. “This was a very specific written contract negotiated by the parties.”S.E. Funeral Homes maintained that no such consent was needed if there was an ownership change.“The archdiocese’s claim that (S.E. Funeral Homes) needed the archdiocese’s permission is ridiculous, a fiction much like one a greedy landlord designs to cast out a good tenant in order to raise the rent or to put pressure on a lucrative business deal to sweeten the lease’s financial terms,” its suit alleged.

In Memoriam: Consuelo Calderon - Malibu Surfside News (blog)

Monday, November 14, 2016

Calderon IV, granddaughter Mia Lee Larosa, parents Frank and Beatrice Escobar, sisters Belinda, Sandra and Norma, and brother Frank Escobar Jr. A visitation was held Oct. 27 and a funeral Oct. 28 at Mission Hills Catholic Mortuary in Mission Hills.Have someone’s life you’d like to honor? Email news@malibusurfsidenews.com with information about a loved one who was a part of the Malibu community.

LA Archdiocese, funeral home operator settle lawsuit over lease of cemeteries - The Daily Breeze

Monday, September 12, 2016

All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach, Calvary Catholic Cemetery in East Los Angeles, Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Rowland Heights, San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills and Santa Clara Cemetery in Oxnard.In September 1997, the archdiocese and S.E. Funeral Homes agreed to let the plaintiffs lease land for 40 years to operate chapels and funeral homes at the six cemeteries from January 1998 until December 2038, the S.E. Funeral Homes suit states.In September 2014, the archdiocese notified the funeral home company that it was breaking the leases with the reverse merger transaction, according to the S.E. Funeral Homes complaint. Archdiocese attorney Stephen Alexander said previously that the plaintiffs, not his clients, breached the contract.Advertisement“We believe our consent was required for a change in control,” Alexander said previously. “This was a very specific written contract negotiated by the parties.”S.E. Funeral Homes maintained that no such consent was needed if there was an ownership change.“The archdiocese’s claim that (S.E. Funeral Homes) needed the archdiocese’s permission is ridiculous, a fiction much like one a greedy landlord designs to cast out a good tenant in order to raise the rent or to put pressure on a lucrative business deal to sweeten the lease’s financial terms,” its suit alleged.

Mary Conger

Monday, September 05, 2016

Steve Williams officiating. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.An additional Memorial Service for Mary will be at 2:00 pm, Thursday, September 8, 2016 at Mission Hills Church, 620 Southpark Drive, LIttleton, Colorado. Pastor Rick Derbyshire will officiate. Mary will be laid to rest next to her husband Charles in Ft. Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado.Mary Ann Conger was born June 3, 1933, in Oakland Iowa, the daughter of Lawrence and Ruby Taylor and died peacefully August 29, 2016 in Enid Oklahoma. Mary was a retired maintenance supervisor with Jefferson County Schools in Denver, Colorado. Mary was united in marriage to Charles Edward Conger, December 11, 1954 in Fort Worth, Texas.In retirement, Mary and Charles moved from Denver, Colorado to Enid, Oklahoma. She volunteered in several capacities as a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Mary was widely known to help where needed. She loved her family and especially enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved studying her Bible, watching “Murder She Wrote” and Christian programming on television.Survivors include her daughter, Carol Goodall of Denver, Colorado, two sons, Robert of Wichita, Kansas and Wayne of Denver, Colorado, two sisters, Janene Ray of Denver, Colorado and Donna Rourick of...

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Neighborhood Watch: Mission Hills - San Diego CityBEAT

Monday, January 30, 2017

Tucked up above the San Diego International Airport, to the east of Old Town and on Hillcrest’s west, Mission Hills is an ivory tower overlooking its peripheral neighborhoods. This stretch of top tier land has shied away from the look-at-me personalities of the surrounding communities, but over the last half decade, Mission Hills has quietly and consistently crept up the food chain. It’s shed an elder population and is emerging as a well-to-do, baby-making mecca. Novice families have cemented a reputation for valuing locally-sourced organics over grease-ridden convenience, single story complexes over monstrous high rises, and American-made products over Chinese manufacturing. A grab bag of architectural styles from Craftsman to Spanish colonial to modern homes line the canyons and squeaky clean streets. Random pavements sport a shade of pink, as requested by pioneering horticulturist Kate Sessions, who nearly single-handledly planted Balboa Park. She also opened Mission Hills Nursery, the oldest business of its kind in San Diego, after arriving on a steamship sailed by Mission Hills’ f...

It's a Wonderful Life Cast List of Characters Still Living/Alive | Heavy ... - Heavy.com

Monday, December 26, 2016

Bondi died from.Frank Faylen as Ernie BishopFaylen died at the age of 79 years old on August 2, 1985. His final resting place is San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California. Pneumonia was his cause of death. In his life, he had two daughters and one of them, Catherine “Kay” Faylen, was Regis Philbin’s first wife.Ward Bond as BertWard Bond died of a heart attack on November 5, 1960. He was 57 years old and John Wayne gave the eulogy at his funeral. At one time, Wayne accidentally shot Bond.Gloria Grahame as Violet BickGrahame was only 57 years old when she died on October 5, 1981. Her final resting place is Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery and she passed away from both breast cancer and Peritonitis. Peritonitis affects the tissue in the walls of the abdomen as well as your organs and Grahame contracted this after a doctor’s mistake. In her life, Grahame was married four times.H. B. Warner as Mr. GowerWarner died of a heart attack on December 21, 1958 in Woodland Hills, California. He was 83 years old and his final resting place is the Chapel of the Crematory, Los Angeles, California. In his career, he attained a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.Frank Albertson as Sam WainwrightAlbertson died at just 55 years old on February 29, 1964. He actually died in his sleep at his home in Santa Monica, California.Christmas Quotes 2016 for ECards and Well WishesCheck out the best quotes from songs, well wishes, poems and oth...

LA Archdiocese, funeral home operator settle lawsuit over lease of cemeteries - LA Daily News

Monday, December 12, 2016

All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach, Calvary Catholic Cemetery in East Los Angeles, Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Rowland Heights, San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills and Santa Clara Cemetery in Oxnard.In September 1997, the archdiocese and S.E. Funeral Homes agreed to let the plaintiffs lease land for 40 years to operate chapels and funeral homes at the six cemeteries from January 1998 until December 2038, the S.E. Funeral Homes suit states.In September 2014, the archdiocese notified the funeral home company that it was breaking the leases with the reverse merger transaction, according to the S.E. Funeral Homes complaint. Archdiocese attorney Stephen Alexander said previously that the plaintiffs, not his clients, breached the contract.Advertisement“We believe our consent was required for a change in control,” Alexander said previously. “This was a very specific written contract negotiated by the parties.”S.E. Funeral Homes maintained that no such consent was needed if there was an ownership change.“The archdiocese’s claim that (S.E. Funeral Homes) needed the archdiocese’s permission is ridiculous, a fiction much like one a greedy landlord designs to cast out a good tenant in order to raise the rent or to put pressure on a lucrative business deal to sweeten the lease’s financial terms,” its suit alleged.

In Memoriam: Consuelo Calderon - Malibu Surfside News (blog)

Monday, November 14, 2016

Calderon IV, granddaughter Mia Lee Larosa, parents Frank and Beatrice Escobar, sisters Belinda, Sandra and Norma, and brother Frank Escobar Jr. A visitation was held Oct. 27 and a funeral Oct. 28 at Mission Hills Catholic Mortuary in Mission Hills.Have someone’s life you’d like to honor? Email news@malibusurfsidenews.com with information about a loved one who was a part of the Malibu community.

LA Archdiocese, funeral home operator settle lawsuit over lease of cemeteries - The Daily Breeze

Monday, September 12, 2016

All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach, Calvary Catholic Cemetery in East Los Angeles, Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Rowland Heights, San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills and Santa Clara Cemetery in Oxnard.In September 1997, the archdiocese and S.E. Funeral Homes agreed to let the plaintiffs lease land for 40 years to operate chapels and funeral homes at the six cemeteries from January 1998 until December 2038, the S.E. Funeral Homes suit states.In September 2014, the archdiocese notified the funeral home company that it was breaking the leases with the reverse merger transaction, according to the S.E. Funeral Homes complaint. Archdiocese attorney Stephen Alexander said previously that the plaintiffs, not his clients, breached the contract.Advertisement“We believe our consent was required for a change in control,” Alexander said previously. “This was a very specific written contract negotiated by the parties.”S.E. Funeral Homes maintained that no such consent was needed if there was an ownership change.“The archdiocese’s claim that (S.E. Funeral Homes) needed the archdiocese’s permission is ridiculous, a fiction much like one a greedy landlord designs to cast out a good tenant in order to raise the rent or to put pressure on a lucrative business deal to sweeten the lease’s financial terms,” its suit alleged.

Mary Conger

Monday, September 05, 2016

Steve Williams officiating. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.An additional Memorial Service for Mary will be at 2:00 pm, Thursday, September 8, 2016 at Mission Hills Church, 620 Southpark Drive, LIttleton, Colorado. Pastor Rick Derbyshire will officiate. Mary will be laid to rest next to her husband Charles in Ft. Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado.Mary Ann Conger was born June 3, 1933, in Oakland Iowa, the daughter of Lawrence and Ruby Taylor and died peacefully August 29, 2016 in Enid Oklahoma. Mary was a retired maintenance supervisor with Jefferson County Schools in Denver, Colorado. Mary was united in marriage to Charles Edward Conger, December 11, 1954 in Fort Worth, Texas.In retirement, Mary and Charles moved from Denver, Colorado to Enid, Oklahoma. She volunteered in several capacities as a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Mary was widely known to help where needed. She loved her family and especially enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved studying her Bible, watching “Murder She Wrote” and Christian programming on television.Survivors include her daughter, Carol Goodall of Denver, Colorado, two sons, Robert of Wichita, Kansas and Wayne of Denver, Colorado, two sisters, Janene Ray of Denver, Colorado and Donna Rourick of...