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Mcgregor, MN
(218) 768-3136
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Edward Harris Utica Observer Dispatch - Utica Observer Dispatch

Monday, December 05, 2016

Arrangements by Trainor Funeral Home Inc., Boonville. Howlett, Helen Tytul, 81, of Westmoreland, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Owens-Pavlot & Rogers Funeral Service, Clinton. McGregor, Betty L, 91, of Poolville, died November 20, 2016.  Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Hamilton. Mudge, Baden (Bud) Powell, Jr., 91, of Westmoreland, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Prince-Boyd & Hyatt Home for Funerals  Inc., Rome. Nell, Merle L., 78, of Vernon, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Malecki Funeral Home Inc., Vernon. Rice, Jean C., 80, of Little Falls, died November 24, 2016.  Arrangements by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home Inc., Little Falls. Smith, Barbara P., 80, of Sauquoit, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Sauquoit. Stedman, Roger E., 72, of Troy, formerly of Chadwicks/New Hartford, died November 19, 2016. Arrangements by John L. Matt Funeral Home, Chadwicks...

MIA: Memories of Indiana Marine still vibrant 50 years later - Indiana Gazette

Monday, August 29, 2016

Babula signed up with the Marine Corps right after graduation with the Class of ’65 at Indiana Area Senior High School. He said goodbye to his friends the Gallo boys, to Indiana cop Punch McGregor, to his Catholic family.And who knows what his future would have brought.The last time anyone saw him was 50 years ago today.o o o“I can still see his smile,” Kathy Redd said last week. “I can see him standing by the parking meter in uniform, ready to ship out. He was saying he would be back.”Redd was close with Bob and his three brothers when they were growing up and getting out of school.The oldest of the six Babula kids was Rose, then came the four boys Joe, Eddie, Ben and Bob.The youngest of the six, Barbara Babula Racan, now of West Chester, is the only one still around.Racan said it wasn’t too much surprise that Bob enlisted.Theirs was a military family of “Air Force brats,” the kind that didn’t really grow roots until they reached Indiana County.Bob was born in Biloxi, Miss., and so were two of his brothers.Rose, the first, arrived while Joseph Babula Sr. was stationed in New Rochelle, N.Y., with his wife Patricia. And transfer after transfer after transfer later, Barbara was born into the career airman’s family in Germany.That’s the commitment the family knew.It’s what led Joe Jr., the oldest boy, to sign up — for the Navy.Ed joined the Air Force, like his father.Ben joined the priesthood.And Bob diversified the family further, not waiting for the draft, but stepping forward to the USMC.“By the time the Vietnam War started, he felt it was his obligation to go and do his part for his country, and he volunteered for the service,” Racan said.He was intelligent and an athlete in high school. Football and baseball were his games.Billiards, too.“Before he joined the service he would go down to the pool hall below the Indiana Theater,” Redd said.Half a century later and it seems like yesterday.There were the times they’d hang around on...

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Edward Harris Utica Observer Dispatch - Utica Observer Dispatch

Monday, December 05, 2016

Arrangements by Trainor Funeral Home Inc., Boonville. Howlett, Helen Tytul, 81, of Westmoreland, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Owens-Pavlot & Rogers Funeral Service, Clinton. McGregor, Betty L, 91, of Poolville, died November 20, 2016.  Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Hamilton. Mudge, Baden (Bud) Powell, Jr., 91, of Westmoreland, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Prince-Boyd & Hyatt Home for Funerals  Inc., Rome. Nell, Merle L., 78, of Vernon, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Malecki Funeral Home Inc., Vernon. Rice, Jean C., 80, of Little Falls, died November 24, 2016.  Arrangements by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home Inc., Little Falls. Smith, Barbara P., 80, of Sauquoit, died November 26, 2016.  Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Sauquoit. Stedman, Roger E., 72, of Troy, formerly of Chadwicks/New Hartford, died November 19, 2016. Arrangements by John L. Matt Funeral Home, Chadwicks...

MIA: Memories of Indiana Marine still vibrant 50 years later - Indiana Gazette

Monday, August 29, 2016

Babula signed up with the Marine Corps right after graduation with the Class of ’65 at Indiana Area Senior High School. He said goodbye to his friends the Gallo boys, to Indiana cop Punch McGregor, to his Catholic family.And who knows what his future would have brought.The last time anyone saw him was 50 years ago today.o o o“I can still see his smile,” Kathy Redd said last week. “I can see him standing by the parking meter in uniform, ready to ship out. He was saying he would be back.”Redd was close with Bob and his three brothers when they were growing up and getting out of school.The oldest of the six Babula kids was Rose, then came the four boys Joe, Eddie, Ben and Bob.The youngest of the six, Barbara Babula Racan, now of West Chester, is the only one still around.Racan said it wasn’t too much surprise that Bob enlisted.Theirs was a military family of “Air Force brats,” the kind that didn’t really grow roots until they reached Indiana County.Bob was born in Biloxi, Miss., and so were two of his brothers.Rose, the first, arrived while Joseph Babula Sr. was stationed in New Rochelle, N.Y., with his wife Patricia. And transfer after transfer after transfer later, Barbara was born into the career airman’s family in Germany.That’s the commitment the family knew.It’s what led Joe Jr., the oldest boy, to sign up — for the Navy.Ed joined the Air Force, like his father.Ben joined the priesthood.And Bob diversified the family further, not waiting for the draft, but stepping forward to the USMC.“By the time the Vietnam War started, he felt it was his obligation to go and do his part for his country, and he volunteered for the service,” Racan said.He was intelligent and an athlete in high school. Football and baseball were his games.Billiards, too.“Before he joined the service he would go down to the pool hall below the Indiana Theater,” Redd said.Half a century later and it seems like yesterday.There were the times they’d hang around on...