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Deer Park Cemetery

464 Main Street
Oakland, MD 21550
(301) 334-4028
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464 Main Street
Oakland, MD 21550
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Garrett County Memorial Gardens Inc

881 Memorial Drive
Oakland, MD 21550
(301) 334-2329
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Stewart Bradley A Funeral Director

32 South 2nd Street
Oakland, MD 21550
(301) 334-2166
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Oakland MD Obituaries and Death Notices

Clara Lierman

Monday, June 26, 2017

Lake City, UTLonnie and Nancy Lierman of West Point, NESeveral Step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildrenBrother-Merv and Judy McDonough of Camdenton, MOSisters- Louise and Delbert Hansen of Oakland, NEDorothy Belden of Kansas City, KSDebbie and Mike Widerstrom of Woodburn, ORShe was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Dennis, and four sisters-Winnie Ott, Marian Willmer, Carolyn Loges, and Merna Cline.

June 9, 2017 - WJHnews

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Memorial donations may be made in his memory to Calvary Baptist Church, 1622 Gibbs St., Waycross, Ga. 31503.A funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Music Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.Members of the Senior Men’s Sunday School class of Calvary Baptist Church are asked to gather at the chapel at 2:30 p.m. Sunday to serve as honorary pallbearers.The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Saturday at Music Funeral Home.Sympathy may be expressed by signing the online registry at www.musicfuneralhome.com.Music Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Floyd Eugene JenkinsFloyd Eugene Jenkins, 59, passed away early Thursday morning (June 1, 2017) after battling a long-term illness.He was born Dec. 6, 1957 to the late Deacon and Deaconess Frank and Lorene Jenkins. He accepted the Lord at an early age and joined St. James Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the Rev. James M. Butler.He received his early education at Pierce County Training School in Patterson. After moving to Waycross, he completed his education at Waycross High School with the graduating class of 1977. He furthered his education at ATI in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., with a diploma in heating and air conditioning.He leaves to mourn his passing, the mother of his children, Neddra Price; three children, Floyd Jenkins Jr., Andre’ Price, Nedra Brown; five grandchildren; a special friend and faithful companion, Linda Bryant; seven siblings to cherish his memory, Cora Bailey, Anne, Janice, Constance Muhammad (Wilbert), Garrison, Leonard and Carlton Jenkins; special nieces, Rachelle, Kiaa, Bette, Amani and Fatima, who provided love and care for him; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.The family offers a very special thanks to Leonard Jenkins, Ann Robertson, Ricky Bell and Hospice, who provided him with love, care, respect and compassion.Friends are being received at the family home at 900 Reed St.The funeral will take place Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. James Missionary Baptist Church, Patterson.Jacobs Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.Robert ‘Bob’ OdumLAWRENCEVILLE — Robert “Bob” Frederic Odum, 82, passed away Saturday (June 3, 2017) at his home in Lawrenceville.He is survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Kay Taylor Odum, his son and daughter-in-law, Bob and Lynda Odum, of Athens, his daughter and son-in-law, Beth and Blake McGee, of Lawrenceville, his brother, Stile...

Ancient Chinese ritual comes to Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes - East Bay Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

OAKLAND — Hundreds of firecrackers and the pounding of large Tanggu drums provided an unusual experience at the Chapel of the Chimes crematory and colombarium on April Fool’s Day.All that noise and commotion had a solemn purpose: It was part of Ching Ming, a  custom thousands of years old in China, in which people honor and celebrate their deceased ancestors.The lion dancers, accompanying firecrackers, drumming and cymbals arrived in a van full of students from the San Francisco chapter of the international Yau Kung Moon martial arts organization, including several visitors from Australia.“We’re Taoists, but Buddhism was and is a major part of Chinese culture. The lion is symbolic of bowing to deities. This is a celebration time to bring in the spirits and send good luck to the dead and celebrate with them. This is a big deal,” said the group’s leader, Norman Lau.The firecrackers are about scaring away evil spirits, he said.Five representatives of the Telegraph Avenue Minh Yueh Jiu Shy...

JOHN MILLARD FULTZ - The Navasota Examiner

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Saturday, March 25, at First Baptist Church in Navasota with the Revs. Malcolm Bane and Clyde Larrabee officiating.  Masonic graveside services will follow in Oakland Cemetery.  Arrangements are under the direction of Nobles Funeral Chapel. Celebrating his life are his wife, Kathy Fultz; his children, Jon C. and YoLanda Fultz, Shawn and Lauren Stuart, Josh M. Fultz, Jennifer and Justin E. Jarvis and Shelbie and Jeb Kolby. Poppy was loved by his grandchildren, Elizabeth Cobb and Jackson Fultz, Lorin, Korbin, Lawson and Sutton Stuart, Jadyn Fultz, and Cade, Owen, and Charis Kolby. Loving family members also include his only sister, Bonnie, and brother-in-law, Court Armstrong, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and beloved friends. John was pre-deceased by his father, Joseph Donald Fultz; his brother, Joe King Fultz Sr.; his stepfather, Norman Davis; and mother, Artie Fultz Davis. John graduated from Navasota High School as salutatorian in 1968, and from the University of Texas at Austin in 1972. He attended South Texas College of Law and graduated in 1977 while working for the Veteran's Land Board. In 1978, John returned home to Navasota to join in the practice of law with his mother and stepfather at Fultz & Davis Attorneys at Law. In 1984, he began working for Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association following in the footsteps of his parents. He was proud to ...

'Anybody's kid': Mourners remember Fort Worth brothers who were electrocuted - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, April 03, 2017

Lopez said. “Because around here, it could have been.”Alex Lopez, 12, and his brother, Isaiah, 11, were electrocuted Wednesday evening while playing with friends at Oakland Lake Park. They were exploring a wooded area, family said, when Alex stepped in a puddle that was electrified by nearby downed power lines. Isaiah tried to save him but was shocked by his brother’s touch.Their memorial Friday night was a chance for more than 100 friends and family to remember the boys — the crowd released dozens of red and blue balloons and lit candles.But it was also an opportunity for the mourners to see up close where the accident happened, where the Lopez brothers played often with neighborhood kids.The spot was off a trail about 20 yards into a thicket of trees and brush just beyond a ballfield at the park. It was marked off with caution tape Friday, but many who attended the memorial stepped through the barrier to pay their respects.They set up a small wooden cross and tied to it a bundle of shiny balloons. They scattered rose petals and prayed and cried.One little girl, Abby, left a hand-written note, complete with crosses drawn in crayon.“I hope you guys are in heaven now!” her note said. “I will see you guys later up there. Just be waiting for me don’t go anywhere. Go f...

Carl King - Greenwood Democrat

Monday, March 27, 2017

March 25, 2017, in Poteau. He was born June 10, 1920, in Waldron. He was an Army veteran and the widower of Mary Barnhill.Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Evans Chapel of Memories with burial at Oakland Cemetery under the direction of Evans and Miller Funeral Home in Poteau.He is survived by a son, Larry King of Poteau; a sister, Betty Dean of Brentwood, Calif.; and a brother, Wilson King of Poteau.

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Clara Lierman

Monday, June 26, 2017

Lake City, UTLonnie and Nancy Lierman of West Point, NESeveral Step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildrenBrother-Merv and Judy McDonough of Camdenton, MOSisters- Louise and Delbert Hansen of Oakland, NEDorothy Belden of Kansas City, KSDebbie and Mike Widerstrom of Woodburn, ORShe was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Dennis, and four sisters-Winnie Ott, Marian Willmer, Carolyn Loges, and Merna Cline.

June 9, 2017 - WJHnews

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Memorial donations may be made in his memory to Calvary Baptist Church, 1622 Gibbs St., Waycross, Ga. 31503.A funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Music Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.Members of the Senior Men’s Sunday School class of Calvary Baptist Church are asked to gather at the chapel at 2:30 p.m. Sunday to serve as honorary pallbearers.The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Saturday at Music Funeral Home.Sympathy may be expressed by signing the online registry at www.musicfuneralhome.com.Music Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Floyd Eugene JenkinsFloyd Eugene Jenkins, 59, passed away early Thursday morning (June 1, 2017) after battling a long-term illness.He was born Dec. 6, 1957 to the late Deacon and Deaconess Frank and Lorene Jenkins. He accepted the Lord at an early age and joined St. James Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the Rev. James M. Butler.He received his early education at Pierce County Training School in Patterson. After moving to Waycross, he completed his education at Waycross High School with the graduating class of 1977. He furthered his education at ATI in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., with a diploma in heating and air conditioning.He leaves to mourn his passing, the mother of his children, Neddra Price; three children, Floyd Jenkins Jr., Andre’ Price, Nedra Brown; five grandchildren; a special friend and faithful companion, Linda Bryant; seven siblings to cherish his memory, Cora Bailey, Anne, Janice, Constance Muhammad (Wilbert), Garrison, Leonard and Carlton Jenkins; special nieces, Rachelle, Kiaa, Bette, Amani and Fatima, who provided love and care for him; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.The family offers a very special thanks to Leonard Jenkins, Ann Robertson, Ricky Bell and Hospice, who provided him with love, care, respect and compassion.Friends are being received at the family home at 900 Reed St.The funeral will take place Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. James Missionary Baptist Church, Patterson.Jacobs Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.Robert ‘Bob’ OdumLAWRENCEVILLE — Robert “Bob” Frederic Odum, 82, passed away Saturday (June 3, 2017) at his home in Lawrenceville.He is survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Kay Taylor Odum, his son and daughter-in-law, Bob and Lynda Odum, of Athens, his daughter and son-in-law, Beth and Blake McGee, of Lawrenceville, his brother, Stile...

Ancient Chinese ritual comes to Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes - East Bay Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

OAKLAND — Hundreds of firecrackers and the pounding of large Tanggu drums provided an unusual experience at the Chapel of the Chimes crematory and colombarium on April Fool’s Day.All that noise and commotion had a solemn purpose: It was part of Ching Ming, a  custom thousands of years old in China, in which people honor and celebrate their deceased ancestors.The lion dancers, accompanying firecrackers, drumming and cymbals arrived in a van full of students from the San Francisco chapter of the international Yau Kung Moon martial arts organization, including several visitors from Australia.“We’re Taoists, but Buddhism was and is a major part of Chinese culture. The lion is symbolic of bowing to deities. This is a celebration time to bring in the spirits and send good luck to the dead and celebrate with them. This is a big deal,” said the group’s leader, Norman Lau.The firecrackers are about scaring away evil spirits, he said.Five representatives of the Telegraph Avenue Minh Yueh Jiu Shy...

JOHN MILLARD FULTZ - The Navasota Examiner

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Saturday, March 25, at First Baptist Church in Navasota with the Revs. Malcolm Bane and Clyde Larrabee officiating.  Masonic graveside services will follow in Oakland Cemetery.  Arrangements are under the direction of Nobles Funeral Chapel. Celebrating his life are his wife, Kathy Fultz; his children, Jon C. and YoLanda Fultz, Shawn and Lauren Stuart, Josh M. Fultz, Jennifer and Justin E. Jarvis and Shelbie and Jeb Kolby. Poppy was loved by his grandchildren, Elizabeth Cobb and Jackson Fultz, Lorin, Korbin, Lawson and Sutton Stuart, Jadyn Fultz, and Cade, Owen, and Charis Kolby. Loving family members also include his only sister, Bonnie, and brother-in-law, Court Armstrong, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and beloved friends. John was pre-deceased by his father, Joseph Donald Fultz; his brother, Joe King Fultz Sr.; his stepfather, Norman Davis; and mother, Artie Fultz Davis. John graduated from Navasota High School as salutatorian in 1968, and from the University of Texas at Austin in 1972. He attended South Texas College of Law and graduated in 1977 while working for the Veteran's Land Board. In 1978, John returned home to Navasota to join in the practice of law with his mother and stepfather at Fultz & Davis Attorneys at Law. In 1984, he began working for Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association following in the footsteps of his parents. He was proud to ...

'Anybody's kid': Mourners remember Fort Worth brothers who were electrocuted - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, April 03, 2017

Lopez said. “Because around here, it could have been.”Alex Lopez, 12, and his brother, Isaiah, 11, were electrocuted Wednesday evening while playing with friends at Oakland Lake Park. They were exploring a wooded area, family said, when Alex stepped in a puddle that was electrified by nearby downed power lines. Isaiah tried to save him but was shocked by his brother’s touch.Their memorial Friday night was a chance for more than 100 friends and family to remember the boys — the crowd released dozens of red and blue balloons and lit candles.But it was also an opportunity for the mourners to see up close where the accident happened, where the Lopez brothers played often with neighborhood kids.The spot was off a trail about 20 yards into a thicket of trees and brush just beyond a ballfield at the park. It was marked off with caution tape Friday, but many who attended the memorial stepped through the barrier to pay their respects.They set up a small wooden cross and tied to it a bundle of shiny balloons. They scattered rose petals and prayed and cried.One little girl, Abby, left a hand-written note, complete with crosses drawn in crayon.“I hope you guys are in heaven now!” her note said. “I will see you guys later up there. Just be waiting for me don’t go anywhere. Go f...

Carl King - Greenwood Democrat

Monday, March 27, 2017

March 25, 2017, in Poteau. He was born June 10, 1920, in Waldron. He was an Army veteran and the widower of Mary Barnhill.Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Evans Chapel of Memories with burial at Oakland Cemetery under the direction of Evans and Miller Funeral Home in Poteau.He is survived by a son, Larry King of Poteau; a sister, Betty Dean of Brentwood, Calif.; and a brother, Wilson King of Poteau.