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Grandstrand Funeral Homes

6850 Main Street
North Branch, MN 55056
(651) 674-4444
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Ella Haver, force behind large NJ scholarship fund, dies at 104 - NJ.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

Scholarship ends after 6 decades, $2 million givenShe began her teaching career in 1935 with a short stint in a one-room schoolhouse in Hamden, Clinton Township, before going on to teach in North Branch, Green Brook and North Plainfield. She was a science teacher at Cranford High School from 1945-65, and finished her career with five years at Warren Hills Regional High School.A visitation at noon and funeral service at 1 p.m. will be held Monday at the Clinton United Methodist Church on Halstead Street.Instead of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Jennie M. Haver Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Nicholas Boxter, CPA, Treasurer, 3582 Route 22 West, P.O. Box 464, Whitehouse, NJ 08888.The fund was organized in memory of New Jersey's first "helping" teacher, Jennie M. Haver, who traveled to rural schools to advise and encourage teachers and supplement their lessons between 1916 and 1950.The fund's board of trustees stated going forward it will be encouraging the community to support the Hunterdon County Vocational School District Education Foundation.

Levon Simpson

Monday, October 17, 2016

Left to mourn his passing are his children Clayton Simpson of Caraway, Arkansas, Lavonda Delong and husband Ron Leonard of Lapeer, Michigan, Ginger and husband Jerry Fricke of North Branch, Michigan, Judy Bramlett of Clinton, Arkansas, Mike and wife Nancy Simpson of Blanchard, Michigan; brother Clyde Lamb of Lapeer, Michigan, 17 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; nurmous nieces, nephews, other family and many friends. Levon is preceded in death by his wife , Bea Drummond Simpson; brothers Charley, Clearance, Gene, Don, Howard and a sister, Viola Davis.Graveside services to be in Blanchard, MI under the direction of Brigham Funeral Chapel of Edmore, MI.

Descendants of original Lake Forest families return to St. Patrick to view restored windows - Chicago Tribune

Monday, October 17, 2016

Klunder's research. The church was originally called Corduroy Church – named after a wood bridge over the North Branch of the Chicago River – but by the 1860s was officially known as St. Patrick.By 1883, the church had become unsafe and members tore it down and rebuilt. In 1895, the building was struck by lightning and destroyed by fire. It was once again rebuilt. In 1908, the building was again destroyed by lightning and fire.This time, members decided to find a new location, according to Klunder's research. They bought land from Thomas Yore, grandson of Michael Yore, at Everett and Waukegan roads. The church was built in 1909 and dedicated on Oct. 16, 1910. Members paid for the stained glass windows, which are believed to have been constructed by Detroit Stained Glass Works.The church led a fundraising campaign over the last year and raised more than $100,000 for their restoration.mlawton@pioneerlocal.comTwitter: @reporterdude...

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Ella Haver, force behind large NJ scholarship fund, dies at 104 - NJ.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

Scholarship ends after 6 decades, $2 million givenShe began her teaching career in 1935 with a short stint in a one-room schoolhouse in Hamden, Clinton Township, before going on to teach in North Branch, Green Brook and North Plainfield. She was a science teacher at Cranford High School from 1945-65, and finished her career with five years at Warren Hills Regional High School.A visitation at noon and funeral service at 1 p.m. will be held Monday at the Clinton United Methodist Church on Halstead Street.Instead of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Jennie M. Haver Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Nicholas Boxter, CPA, Treasurer, 3582 Route 22 West, P.O. Box 464, Whitehouse, NJ 08888.The fund was organized in memory of New Jersey's first "helping" teacher, Jennie M. Haver, who traveled to rural schools to advise and encourage teachers and supplement their lessons between 1916 and 1950.The fund's board of trustees stated going forward it will be encouraging the community to support the Hunterdon County Vocational School District Education Foundation.

Levon Simpson

Monday, October 17, 2016

Left to mourn his passing are his children Clayton Simpson of Caraway, Arkansas, Lavonda Delong and husband Ron Leonard of Lapeer, Michigan, Ginger and husband Jerry Fricke of North Branch, Michigan, Judy Bramlett of Clinton, Arkansas, Mike and wife Nancy Simpson of Blanchard, Michigan; brother Clyde Lamb of Lapeer, Michigan, 17 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; nurmous nieces, nephews, other family and many friends. Levon is preceded in death by his wife , Bea Drummond Simpson; brothers Charley, Clearance, Gene, Don, Howard and a sister, Viola Davis.Graveside services to be in Blanchard, MI under the direction of Brigham Funeral Chapel of Edmore, MI.

Descendants of original Lake Forest families return to St. Patrick to view restored windows - Chicago Tribune

Monday, October 17, 2016

Klunder's research. The church was originally called Corduroy Church – named after a wood bridge over the North Branch of the Chicago River – but by the 1860s was officially known as St. Patrick.By 1883, the church had become unsafe and members tore it down and rebuilt. In 1895, the building was struck by lightning and destroyed by fire. It was once again rebuilt. In 1908, the building was again destroyed by lightning and fire.This time, members decided to find a new location, according to Klunder's research. They bought land from Thomas Yore, grandson of Michael Yore, at Everett and Waukegan roads. The church was built in 1909 and dedicated on Oct. 16, 1910. Members paid for the stained glass windows, which are believed to have been constructed by Detroit Stained Glass Works.The church led a fundraising campaign over the last year and raised more than $100,000 for their restoration.mlawton@pioneerlocal.comTwitter: @reporterdude...