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Lee Funeral Home Calvert P A

8125 Southern Maryland Boulevard
Owings, MD 20736
(410) 257-0888
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Lee Funeral Home Calvert PA

8125 Southern Maryland Boulevard
Owings, MD 20736
(301) 855-0888
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Rausch Funeral Home P A

8325 Mount Harmony Lane
Owings, MD 20736
(410) 257-6181
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Three funeral homes to merge into one business in Pigeon - Huron Daily Tribune

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Childs said.The building will have a larger lounge for people to bring in beverages and light food during visitations as well as up-to-date technology accommodations for funeral showings.“I’m going through the planning process right now working with the architect and waiting on the approval of zoning,” he said. “I had to apply for a special use permit to have the building zoned as a funeral home.”A vote is scheduled for June 19 and after the vote goes through, he can apply for a building permit. But he can’t do that until all of the zoning issues are worked out.Looking toward the future, Childs said his current Caseville funeral home will be sold to party that is looking to turn it into a restaurant that could open next spring.

OBITUARY: Mike Lynn - The Chief News

Monday, February 27, 2017

Dawna Johnson and many close family members. He is survived by his father George Lynn of Troy, Montana, his sister Colleen and Larry Narkaus from Troy, Montana and his sister Cindy and Dan Owings from Astoria. Mike is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews that will miss him dearly.A Celebration of Life will be held at the Fireside Room of The Dalles’ Civic Auditorium in The Dalles, Oregon on Sunday, March 26 at 1PM. The Celebration will include a potluck, so please think about bringing an item that reminds you of your relationship and good times with Mike. We’d love for you to share your memories with all of us.Donations in Mike's memory can be made to the charity of your choice, especially to those related to nature and wildlife.The family is seeking digital and other photographs of Mike's life for a video tribute that will be shown at The Celebration of Life event. Please contact Casey at caseyjthornton@gmail.com for more information or to send photographs.Mike lived a really beautiful life doing all the things he dreamed of with the family and friends he loved.Visit www.AndersonsTributeCenter.com to leave a note of condolence for the family.

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Minnesota musical giant, dead at 93 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, February 27, 2017

Skrowaczewski would show up at Orchestra Hall on days he wasn’t conducting, said Ross, who has been with the ensemble since 1988.“He would come up to me, wanting to discuss the bowings of a certain phrase he might be conducting in Japan the next week,” Ross said. “In his 90s, he was still searching and curious and alive.”In all, he conducted nearly 5,000 concerts, regularly leading the world’s top orchestras. That lively guest-conducting career gained momentum in his later years. Both in Japan, where he had become a kind of rock star, and Minneapolis, he sold out concerts and earned lingering ovations.He kept writing, too. After his wife died in 2011, Skrowaczewski wrote her an elegy, performed by six string players at her funeral. He had been working on an orchestral version of that piece, as well as a wordless, nonreligious requiem for civilization.That project came from his belief that art is necessary for a healthy society — and his concern...

Bath County funeral home holds coat drive - WKYT

Monday, January 16, 2017

BATH COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Virginia Clark grew up in the city of Owingsville and knows the importance of a small community."It creates your own persona, your own character," Virginia said.Virginia is the director of Richardson Funeral Home.The funeral home was started by her family 30 years ago and since has been a big part of the community."We've got a blood drive that we do. We also do a food drive to benefit for the Backpack Program, but then in January we do the Coat Drive."This is the second year the funeral home has put on the coat drive."I just got to thinking, I know there are people walking around town without coats. If I can make the effort to make sure it's available to them, it makes me feel better about it."Virginia says since Tuesday they have collected 18 winter coats. Last year they collected 80 and she says they hope this year to beat that number."It's after Christmas and maybe people have gotten new coats and are trying to clean out their closet. It's just a really good time to do it."The donated coats are given to Christian Social...

Vintage examples of Alabama's orphanages, maternity homes and reform schools - AL.com

Monday, July 11, 2016

Sister Judith planned an outing to take the teens and the younger children to the movies at a local theater. Previously, black persons had special showings of movies and could only attend at that time. Sister, however, decided to test the new law and take the group to an afternoon showing. Sister met with much personal difficulty in providing this simple enjoyment to the youth."After a driver refused to transport the children and a ticket-seller refused tickets, Sister Judith and the children finally gained access, only to have white teens throw popcorn at the older Zimmer Home children. Her obituary said: "Though it was not the most comfortable experience, Sister Judith comforted the older youth afterwards, assuring them of their dignity and equality as children of God, human beings and American citizens, despite the struggles that they experienced and would most probably continue to experience in this new American era."Why most orphanages closed and a historical listingThe institutional nature of orphan homes – lack of health care, both mental and physical; barracks-like dorms; overcrowding and underfunding – led to their reputations as providers of low standards of care.The advent of federal- and state-sponsored initiatives such as foster-home programs reduced the need for institutional orphanages. From World War II through the 1960s, most orphanages in the U.S. closed, while remaining ones converted to boarding schools or group homes where children could receive more one-on-one attention. Today, several church-run group homes still operate in Alabama.For those looking for information for genealogies or family histories, I've listed as many Alabama orphanages, reform schools and maternity homes as I could find, and gave dates if they were available.Alabama Boys Industrial School. Reformatory school that operated in the East Lake area of Birmingham from 1909-1975.The Alabama Odd Fellows Home in Cullman. Founded in 1910 by the Rebekah Assembly, International Order Odd Fellows. The building now in use as Childhaven.Alabama Maternity and Infants Home in Mobile. Run by Sister Cephas of the Little Sisters of the Poor Mobile. Dates unknown, listed in 1921 report "Alabama Childhood."Alabama Methodist Orphanage opened in 1890 in Summerfield and moved to Selma in 1911. Still operates as United Methodist Children's Home.Alabama Masonic Home in Montgomery. Opened 1912 by the Grand Lodge, A. F. & A. M. for "indigent master masons in good standing, and widows and orphans of deceased master masons;" both sexes admitted," according to the "History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography,...

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Three funeral homes to merge into one business in Pigeon - Huron Daily Tribune

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Childs said.The building will have a larger lounge for people to bring in beverages and light food during visitations as well as up-to-date technology accommodations for funeral showings.“I’m going through the planning process right now working with the architect and waiting on the approval of zoning,” he said. “I had to apply for a special use permit to have the building zoned as a funeral home.”A vote is scheduled for June 19 and after the vote goes through, he can apply for a building permit. But he can’t do that until all of the zoning issues are worked out.Looking toward the future, Childs said his current Caseville funeral home will be sold to party that is looking to turn it into a restaurant that could open next spring.

OBITUARY: Mike Lynn - The Chief News

Monday, February 27, 2017

Dawna Johnson and many close family members. He is survived by his father George Lynn of Troy, Montana, his sister Colleen and Larry Narkaus from Troy, Montana and his sister Cindy and Dan Owings from Astoria. Mike is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews that will miss him dearly.A Celebration of Life will be held at the Fireside Room of The Dalles’ Civic Auditorium in The Dalles, Oregon on Sunday, March 26 at 1PM. The Celebration will include a potluck, so please think about bringing an item that reminds you of your relationship and good times with Mike. We’d love for you to share your memories with all of us.Donations in Mike's memory can be made to the charity of your choice, especially to those related to nature and wildlife.The family is seeking digital and other photographs of Mike's life for a video tribute that will be shown at The Celebration of Life event. Please contact Casey at caseyjthornton@gmail.com for more information or to send photographs.Mike lived a really beautiful life doing all the things he dreamed of with the family and friends he loved.Visit www.AndersonsTributeCenter.com to leave a note of condolence for the family.

Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Minnesota musical giant, dead at 93 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, February 27, 2017

Skrowaczewski would show up at Orchestra Hall on days he wasn’t conducting, said Ross, who has been with the ensemble since 1988.“He would come up to me, wanting to discuss the bowings of a certain phrase he might be conducting in Japan the next week,” Ross said. “In his 90s, he was still searching and curious and alive.”In all, he conducted nearly 5,000 concerts, regularly leading the world’s top orchestras. That lively guest-conducting career gained momentum in his later years. Both in Japan, where he had become a kind of rock star, and Minneapolis, he sold out concerts and earned lingering ovations.He kept writing, too. After his wife died in 2011, Skrowaczewski wrote her an elegy, performed by six string players at her funeral. He had been working on an orchestral version of that piece, as well as a wordless, nonreligious requiem for civilization.That project came from his belief that art is necessary for a healthy society — and his concern...

Bath County funeral home holds coat drive - WKYT

Monday, January 16, 2017

BATH COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Virginia Clark grew up in the city of Owingsville and knows the importance of a small community."It creates your own persona, your own character," Virginia said.Virginia is the director of Richardson Funeral Home.The funeral home was started by her family 30 years ago and since has been a big part of the community."We've got a blood drive that we do. We also do a food drive to benefit for the Backpack Program, but then in January we do the Coat Drive."This is the second year the funeral home has put on the coat drive."I just got to thinking, I know there are people walking around town without coats. If I can make the effort to make sure it's available to them, it makes me feel better about it."Virginia says since Tuesday they have collected 18 winter coats. Last year they collected 80 and she says they hope this year to beat that number."It's after Christmas and maybe people have gotten new coats and are trying to clean out their closet. It's just a really good time to do it."The donated coats are given to Christian Social...

Vintage examples of Alabama's orphanages, maternity homes and reform schools - AL.com

Monday, July 11, 2016

Sister Judith planned an outing to take the teens and the younger children to the movies at a local theater. Previously, black persons had special showings of movies and could only attend at that time. Sister, however, decided to test the new law and take the group to an afternoon showing. Sister met with much personal difficulty in providing this simple enjoyment to the youth."After a driver refused to transport the children and a ticket-seller refused tickets, Sister Judith and the children finally gained access, only to have white teens throw popcorn at the older Zimmer Home children. Her obituary said: "Though it was not the most comfortable experience, Sister Judith comforted the older youth afterwards, assuring them of their dignity and equality as children of God, human beings and American citizens, despite the struggles that they experienced and would most probably continue to experience in this new American era."Why most orphanages closed and a historical listingThe institutional nature of orphan homes – lack of health care, both mental and physical; barracks-like dorms; overcrowding and underfunding – led to their reputations as providers of low standards of care.The advent of federal- and state-sponsored initiatives such as foster-home programs reduced the need for institutional orphanages. From World War II through the 1960s, most orphanages in the U.S. closed, while remaining ones converted to boarding schools or group homes where children could receive more one-on-one attention. Today, several church-run group homes still operate in Alabama.For those looking for information for genealogies or family histories, I've listed as many Alabama orphanages, reform schools and maternity homes as I could find, and gave dates if they were available.Alabama Boys Industrial School. Reformatory school that operated in the East Lake area of Birmingham from 1909-1975.The Alabama Odd Fellows Home in Cullman. Founded in 1910 by the Rebekah Assembly, International Order Odd Fellows. The building now in use as Childhaven.Alabama Maternity and Infants Home in Mobile. Run by Sister Cephas of the Little Sisters of the Poor Mobile. Dates unknown, listed in 1921 report "Alabama Childhood."Alabama Methodist Orphanage opened in 1890 in Summerfield and moved to Selma in 1911. Still operates as United Methodist Children's Home.Alabama Masonic Home in Montgomery. Opened 1912 by the Grand Lodge, A. F. & A. M. for "indigent master masons in good standing, and widows and orphans of deceased master masons;" both sexes admitted," according to the "History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography,...