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TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting June 9 - The Morning Journal

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Paper Morning, Sait Light, June 24; Bloodshot Bill, Johnny and the Apple Stompers, June 25; The Lustre Kings, The Del Rios, June 26; Dustbowl Revival, Maura Rogers and The Bellows, June 27; Marshall Crenshaw Y Los StraitJackets, June 28; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; Pokey LaFarge, Hackensaw Boys, June 30; Daniel Romano, M. Ross Perkins, July 1; Jared & the Mill, Canyon Spells, July 2; Okilly Dokilly, Hostile Omish, July 3; Five Alarm Funk, July 5; Vicki Chew, Anita Herczog and Friends, July 6; Post Animal, July 7; Los Lonley Boys, July 9; Vesperteen, Spirit of the Bear, Attack Cat, July 8; Oh Pep, The Movies, July 10; Chicano Batman, Brainstory, July 11; Behold the Brave, In The Whale, July 11; The Seldom Scene, Brand New Hat, July 13; Aaron Lee Tasjan, Erica Blinn, July 13; The Deep End, July 14; Whores, Child Bite, LoPan, July 15; Levi Platero, July 16; Tristen, July 17; Waxahatchee, SnailMail, July 18; Zach Deputy, Wanyama, July 20; Whitey Morgan, July 21; Bad Bad Hats, July 21...

South LA Funeral Home on National Register to Become Affordable Housing - Curbed LA

Monday, March 06, 2017

Historic South-Central. The Angelus Funeral Home was designed by noted and trailblazing architect Paul R. Williams; the business moved in the 1960s to a larger location on Crenshaw in Baldwin Hills, renovated by Williams, where they still operate today.The structure on Jefferson was built in 1934, amid an early period of success in the funerary enterprise's life and, according to the Paul Revere Williams project, cost Angelus's owners $44,000.According to a filing with the Department of City Planning, the handsome, Spanish Colonial Revival and Georgian Revival mashup will be preserved and reused. Update 3/28: A rep for the project's developers, Hollywood Community Housing Corporation, tells Curbed via email that "we will not be adding any floors to the historic building, just adaptively reusing it for apartments, offices, and community space."Image courtesy Hollywood Community Housing CorporationSharing the property with the preserved funeral home will be three new residential buildings, each four stories tall. When complete, the project will have 40 units available to low- and very low-income households, plus 42 car parking spaces in an underground lot. (There are also 41 bike parking spaces planned.)The triangular lot that the project will rise on includes the funeral home, an em...

Dear AIA: Please Acknowledge Us When We're Alive - CityLab

Monday, March 06, 2017

Rolls-Royce of mortuaries.”“What’s so great about it?” I would ask my father as we passed it on the way to school. To me, it was just another building on Crenshaw Boulevard. He’d proudly say, “a black man made that.”Yet Williams’ money and talent could not buy him acceptance. Clients refused to sit next to him during meetings, so he taught himself to start drawing upside down. In a 1937 essay for American Magazine called "I Am a Negro," he wrote:Today I sketched the preliminary plans for a large country house which will be erected in one of the most beautiful residential districts in the world. Sometimes I have dreamed of living there. I could afford such a home. But this evening, I returned to my own small, inexpensive home . . . in a comparatively undesirable section of Los Angeles. I must always live in that locality, or in another like it, because … I am a Negro.I have Williams’ quote pasted on every Moleskine I own—not because I’m negative or an angry black woman. It is a reminder of the realities black people have endured throughout the history of the profession. It’s also encouraging; even with this overt racism, Williams still pushed and was a master in his craft.Back in December, I was ecstatic to read that Paul Revere Williams was awarded the Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects, the most prestigious award in our field. But that happiness lasted only for a moment. Why couldn’t he be recognized when he was alive and practicing?A lot of black architects felt angry. Being publicly abandoned by our professional organization was too much to bear, especially given that, at the firm level, we are nearly always alone. Scroll down through any architectural firms’ website, go under the “Leadership” tab, and count the number of minorities you see. Most of the “diversity” you’ll see is in the administration and/or information technology departments.At networking events in New York, I’ll usually spot two or three black people. Being the friendly sort, I’ll approach them and spark a conversation. When I ask what they do, I usually hear the same things. Contractor. Consultant. Freelancer. All these career paths are respectable, but where are the licensed black architects? Remember when Flipper Purify was refused a promotion in Jungle Fever, and was put in an awkward position to resign? I can’t help but think about that scene when I hear other people of color’s stories about why the field really wasn’t for them.Maybe you think I’m being dramatic. But every year, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) issues a report called “NCARB By The Numbers.” Here, it breaks down all of the “important” statistics of the licensure process.(NCARB)See that yellow sliver of a bar that denotes “Black or African-American”? It hasn’t changed in the last eight years. That’s not drama; that’s hard numbers.The AIA has a section on “Equity, Diversity, Inclusion” on its website, full of safe phrases about fair treatment and celebrating differences. That’s not enough. Just as conservatism in our art protects the interests of those who are already established in the field and does not push us forward, such milquetoast words don’t change anyth...

Death and Funeral Notices for Jan. 6 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, January 16, 2017

ARLES S. CADE, 79, Tyler, died Jan. 3. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Sunday at Chandler Memorial Funeral Home.MERRY ANN HOLITIK CHENOWETH, 97, Tyler, died Jan. 5. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.JEAN HARPER CRENSHAW, 84, Tyler, died Dec. 31.FRANCIS JOSEPH DOHERTY, 89, Zephyr Hills, Fla., formerly of Tyler, died Jan. 2. Boren-Conner Funeral Home, Bullard.DOYCE “RAY” FLAKE, 79, Tyler, died Jan. 4. Visitation 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday at Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler.CHARLES JOHNSON, 71, Tyler, died Jan. 4. Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors, Tyler.CORRIES FOSTER NICHOLS JR., 66, Tyler, died Jan. 3. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.FUNERALS TODAYREX H. BERRY, 80, Henderson; Graveside service 10 a.m. Friday at Strong Cemetery. Rader Funeral Home, Henderson.ELEANOR CLAY, 91, Tyler; Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday at Progressive Baptist Church. Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors, Tyler.ALDREBIS (WALLACE) HART, 81, Henderson; Visitation 1-7 p.m. Thursday at Garmon Funeral Home. Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday at Macedonia COGIC. Garmon Funeral Home, Henderson.JOHNNIE WEBB JACKSON, 89, Tyler; Memorial service 11 a.m. Friday at First Christian Church. Lloyd James...

Bankruptcy watch - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Arkansas Online

Monday, December 12, 2016

Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Jessica Marie Hensley (aka Jessica Daugherty), 241 Mae Road, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.COLLEGE STATION Anthony Walker, P.O. Box 655, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.CONWAY Sherry L. Crenshaw (aka Sherry L. Jones), 2806 Westport Circle, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Stephanie McFadden, 14 Rosemount Drive, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.COTTON PLANT Mary Carolyn Strother, 791 Poplar St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.CROSSETT Bestre Foster Jr., 112 Dogwood Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Carl Ray and Leah Gaye Johnson (aka Leah J. Johnson), 3600 Arkansas 133 South, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.DERMOTT James Arness Jackson (dba Christian Brothers Funeral Home), 420 North Deer St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Rose B. and Nathaniel Perry Sr., 916 North School St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.DES ARC Sammuel J. and Demi L. Buckner, 8908 Arkansas 11 North, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.EL DORADO Desmond Demontra Warren, 305 Wildwood Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Phillip Howard and Nicole Robin Patterson, 1308 W. Eighth, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.Sammie Jean Moore, 1921 N. Roselawn Ave., Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.FAYETTEVILLE Jason Wayne Terry, 4136 N. Hungate Lane, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.Nathan and Carrie Nichols, 2463 Riverwater Lane, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.Rhonda Schmidt, 3067 E. Setter St., Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Sharon Rose Jones and Richard Wayne Wagnon (aka Wayne Wagnon), 2432 Harris Comm. Road, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.FORT SMITH Bobby G. Shepard Jr., 5809 Fresno Terrace, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Cody R. Gray, 1201 N. C St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Timothy Armand and Nina Lynn Miller, 3109 N. L St., Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Veronica Vargas, 509 Chateau Drive, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.GLENWOOD Darrell Daniel Wallace, 723 S. Sixth St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.GREEN FOREST Ana Paula Guevara, P.O. Box 493, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.GREENBRIER Nancy Jo Purifoy, 8 Turquoise Cove, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Sharon Kaye and James Cecil Rodden III, 11 Needs Creek Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.HAMBURG James A. and Crystal L. Davidson (aka Crystal Kinnaird, Crystal Pippen), 161 County Road 88, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.HELENA-WEST HELENA Amy R. Gregory, P.O. Box 2861, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Jennifer Sidney, 228 S. Tenth, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Monroe J. Winston, 220 Cherrydale, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HENSLEY David Alan and Courtney Lynn Roberts, 347 Nabholtz Road, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.HOPE James and Siegrun Witcher, 114 County Road 226, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.HOT SPRINGS Raquel Carolina Pina (aka Raquel Carolina Tovias), 256 Candleberry Circle, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Vanessa Elaine Huell (aka Vanessa Finley), 160 Morphew Road Apt. D6, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HUMPHREY Steven Bobo, 301 Arkansas 152, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.JACKSONVILLE Alvin Richard and Carol Leanne Halford, 7614 Batesville Pike, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Andrew S. Harris, 208 Natalie Lane, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Clayton V. and Christina F. Sample, 3 Tallyho Court, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Deshauna M. Flennoy (aka Deshauna M. Stell), 119 Wilson St., Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.James Robert Walker, 6822 Sunshine Lane, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Sharon Worthen (aka Sharon McCuller), 1500 Sheridan, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.JONESBORO Corey Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Latonya Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Shirley Ann Millsap, 2206 Quail Ridge, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.JUDSO...

Celebration of Life Set for Ernest W. Webb, Sr. - Lasentinel

Monday, December 05, 2016

Messiah Baptist, 4500 West Adams Blvd., in Los Angeles. Pastor Perry J. Jones will officiate.The viewing takes place on Friday, December 2, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Angelus Funeral Home, 3875 Crenshaw Blvd., in Los Angeles.Deacon Webb was born March 24, 1937. He was employed for 37 years with the Compton School District and served in a range of capacities including administrator at Dominguez, Compton and Caesar Chavez High Schools. “He was a role model for students and served as a father figure to many,” recalled his wife, Mrs. Katie Haire Webb.Actively involved in his church and community, Webb served as chairman of the Deacon Board at Messiah Baptist, president of the Grambling State University Alumni Association, president of the Laymen Auxiliary of the Western Baptist State Convention and president of the Congress of Christian Education for the Los Angeles District Association. “He was known as a Christian Education Teacher par excellence,” said Mrs. WebbIn addition to his wife, he is survived by his son, Ernest (Tyita) Wade Webb, Jr., of Houston, TX; daughter, Ernesha Webb (Sonwabo) Mazinyo of South Africa; three grandchildren, sister, Albertine Holmes of Houston, TX; sisters-in-law: Frances Reed of Los Angeles, Elouise Webb of Gretna, LA; and Susie Haire Mann of St Louis, MO; brothers-in-law: W.C. Holmes of Houston, TX, and Walter (Cynthia) Haire of Edwardsville, IL; along with nieces, nephews, cousins, godchildren and a host of friends.In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Ernest We...

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TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting June 9 - The Morning Journal

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Paper Morning, Sait Light, June 24; Bloodshot Bill, Johnny and the Apple Stompers, June 25; The Lustre Kings, The Del Rios, June 26; Dustbowl Revival, Maura Rogers and The Bellows, June 27; Marshall Crenshaw Y Los StraitJackets, June 28; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; CFM, The Cairo Gang, June 29; Pokey LaFarge, Hackensaw Boys, June 30; Daniel Romano, M. Ross Perkins, July 1; Jared & the Mill, Canyon Spells, July 2; Okilly Dokilly, Hostile Omish, July 3; Five Alarm Funk, July 5; Vicki Chew, Anita Herczog and Friends, July 6; Post Animal, July 7; Los Lonley Boys, July 9; Vesperteen, Spirit of the Bear, Attack Cat, July 8; Oh Pep, The Movies, July 10; Chicano Batman, Brainstory, July 11; Behold the Brave, In The Whale, July 11; The Seldom Scene, Brand New Hat, July 13; Aaron Lee Tasjan, Erica Blinn, July 13; The Deep End, July 14; Whores, Child Bite, LoPan, July 15; Levi Platero, July 16; Tristen, July 17; Waxahatchee, SnailMail, July 18; Zach Deputy, Wanyama, July 20; Whitey Morgan, July 21; Bad Bad Hats, July 21...

South LA Funeral Home on National Register to Become Affordable Housing - Curbed LA

Monday, March 06, 2017

Historic South-Central. The Angelus Funeral Home was designed by noted and trailblazing architect Paul R. Williams; the business moved in the 1960s to a larger location on Crenshaw in Baldwin Hills, renovated by Williams, where they still operate today.The structure on Jefferson was built in 1934, amid an early period of success in the funerary enterprise's life and, according to the Paul Revere Williams project, cost Angelus's owners $44,000.According to a filing with the Department of City Planning, the handsome, Spanish Colonial Revival and Georgian Revival mashup will be preserved and reused. Update 3/28: A rep for the project's developers, Hollywood Community Housing Corporation, tells Curbed via email that "we will not be adding any floors to the historic building, just adaptively reusing it for apartments, offices, and community space."Image courtesy Hollywood Community Housing CorporationSharing the property with the preserved funeral home will be three new residential buildings, each four stories tall. When complete, the project will have 40 units available to low- and very low-income households, plus 42 car parking spaces in an underground lot. (There are also 41 bike parking spaces planned.)The triangular lot that the project will rise on includes the funeral home, an em...

Dear AIA: Please Acknowledge Us When We're Alive - CityLab

Monday, March 06, 2017

Rolls-Royce of mortuaries.”“What’s so great about it?” I would ask my father as we passed it on the way to school. To me, it was just another building on Crenshaw Boulevard. He’d proudly say, “a black man made that.”Yet Williams’ money and talent could not buy him acceptance. Clients refused to sit next to him during meetings, so he taught himself to start drawing upside down. In a 1937 essay for American Magazine called "I Am a Negro," he wrote:Today I sketched the preliminary plans for a large country house which will be erected in one of the most beautiful residential districts in the world. Sometimes I have dreamed of living there. I could afford such a home. But this evening, I returned to my own small, inexpensive home . . . in a comparatively undesirable section of Los Angeles. I must always live in that locality, or in another like it, because … I am a Negro.I have Williams’ quote pasted on every Moleskine I own—not because I’m negative or an angry black woman. It is a reminder of the realities black people have endured throughout the history of the profession. It’s also encouraging; even with this overt racism, Williams still pushed and was a master in his craft.Back in December, I was ecstatic to read that Paul Revere Williams was awarded the Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects, the most prestigious award in our field. But that happiness lasted only for a moment. Why couldn’t he be recognized when he was alive and practicing?A lot of black architects felt angry. Being publicly abandoned by our professional organization was too much to bear, especially given that, at the firm level, we are nearly always alone. Scroll down through any architectural firms’ website, go under the “Leadership” tab, and count the number of minorities you see. Most of the “diversity” you’ll see is in the administration and/or information technology departments.At networking events in New York, I’ll usually spot two or three black people. Being the friendly sort, I’ll approach them and spark a conversation. When I ask what they do, I usually hear the same things. Contractor. Consultant. Freelancer. All these career paths are respectable, but where are the licensed black architects? Remember when Flipper Purify was refused a promotion in Jungle Fever, and was put in an awkward position to resign? I can’t help but think about that scene when I hear other people of color’s stories about why the field really wasn’t for them.Maybe you think I’m being dramatic. But every year, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) issues a report called “NCARB By The Numbers.” Here, it breaks down all of the “important” statistics of the licensure process.(NCARB)See that yellow sliver of a bar that denotes “Black or African-American”? It hasn’t changed in the last eight years. That’s not drama; that’s hard numbers.The AIA has a section on “Equity, Diversity, Inclusion” on its website, full of safe phrases about fair treatment and celebrating differences. That’s not enough. Just as conservatism in our art protects the interests of those who are already established in the field and does not push us forward, such milquetoast words don’t change anyth...

Death and Funeral Notices for Jan. 6 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, January 16, 2017

ARLES S. CADE, 79, Tyler, died Jan. 3. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Sunday at Chandler Memorial Funeral Home.MERRY ANN HOLITIK CHENOWETH, 97, Tyler, died Jan. 5. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.JEAN HARPER CRENSHAW, 84, Tyler, died Dec. 31.FRANCIS JOSEPH DOHERTY, 89, Zephyr Hills, Fla., formerly of Tyler, died Jan. 2. Boren-Conner Funeral Home, Bullard.DOYCE “RAY” FLAKE, 79, Tyler, died Jan. 4. Visitation 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday at Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler.CHARLES JOHNSON, 71, Tyler, died Jan. 4. Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors, Tyler.CORRIES FOSTER NICHOLS JR., 66, Tyler, died Jan. 3. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.FUNERALS TODAYREX H. BERRY, 80, Henderson; Graveside service 10 a.m. Friday at Strong Cemetery. Rader Funeral Home, Henderson.ELEANOR CLAY, 91, Tyler; Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday at Progressive Baptist Church. Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors, Tyler.ALDREBIS (WALLACE) HART, 81, Henderson; Visitation 1-7 p.m. Thursday at Garmon Funeral Home. Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday at Macedonia COGIC. Garmon Funeral Home, Henderson.JOHNNIE WEBB JACKSON, 89, Tyler; Memorial service 11 a.m. Friday at First Christian Church. Lloyd James...

Bankruptcy watch - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Arkansas Online

Monday, December 12, 2016

Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Jessica Marie Hensley (aka Jessica Daugherty), 241 Mae Road, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.COLLEGE STATION Anthony Walker, P.O. Box 655, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.CONWAY Sherry L. Crenshaw (aka Sherry L. Jones), 2806 Westport Circle, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Stephanie McFadden, 14 Rosemount Drive, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.COTTON PLANT Mary Carolyn Strother, 791 Poplar St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.CROSSETT Bestre Foster Jr., 112 Dogwood Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Carl Ray and Leah Gaye Johnson (aka Leah J. Johnson), 3600 Arkansas 133 South, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.DERMOTT James Arness Jackson (dba Christian Brothers Funeral Home), 420 North Deer St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Rose B. and Nathaniel Perry Sr., 916 North School St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.DES ARC Sammuel J. and Demi L. Buckner, 8908 Arkansas 11 North, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.EL DORADO Desmond Demontra Warren, 305 Wildwood Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Phillip Howard and Nicole Robin Patterson, 1308 W. Eighth, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.Sammie Jean Moore, 1921 N. Roselawn Ave., Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.FAYETTEVILLE Jason Wayne Terry, 4136 N. Hungate Lane, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.Nathan and Carrie Nichols, 2463 Riverwater Lane, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.Rhonda Schmidt, 3067 E. Setter St., Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Sharon Rose Jones and Richard Wayne Wagnon (aka Wayne Wagnon), 2432 Harris Comm. Road, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.FORT SMITH Bobby G. Shepard Jr., 5809 Fresno Terrace, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Cody R. Gray, 1201 N. C St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Timothy Armand and Nina Lynn Miller, 3109 N. L St., Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Veronica Vargas, 509 Chateau Drive, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.GLENWOOD Darrell Daniel Wallace, 723 S. Sixth St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.GREEN FOREST Ana Paula Guevara, P.O. Box 493, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.GREENBRIER Nancy Jo Purifoy, 8 Turquoise Cove, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Sharon Kaye and James Cecil Rodden III, 11 Needs Creek Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.HAMBURG James A. and Crystal L. Davidson (aka Crystal Kinnaird, Crystal Pippen), 161 County Road 88, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.HELENA-WEST HELENA Amy R. Gregory, P.O. Box 2861, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Jennifer Sidney, 228 S. Tenth, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Monroe J. Winston, 220 Cherrydale, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HENSLEY David Alan and Courtney Lynn Roberts, 347 Nabholtz Road, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.HOPE James and Siegrun Witcher, 114 County Road 226, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.HOT SPRINGS Raquel Carolina Pina (aka Raquel Carolina Tovias), 256 Candleberry Circle, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Vanessa Elaine Huell (aka Vanessa Finley), 160 Morphew Road Apt. D6, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HUMPHREY Steven Bobo, 301 Arkansas 152, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.JACKSONVILLE Alvin Richard and Carol Leanne Halford, 7614 Batesville Pike, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Andrew S. Harris, 208 Natalie Lane, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Clayton V. and Christina F. Sample, 3 Tallyho Court, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Deshauna M. Flennoy (aka Deshauna M. Stell), 119 Wilson St., Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.James Robert Walker, 6822 Sunshine Lane, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Sharon Worthen (aka Sharon McCuller), 1500 Sheridan, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.JONESBORO Corey Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Latonya Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Shirley Ann Millsap, 2206 Quail Ridge, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.JUDSO...

Celebration of Life Set for Ernest W. Webb, Sr. - Lasentinel

Monday, December 05, 2016

Messiah Baptist, 4500 West Adams Blvd., in Los Angeles. Pastor Perry J. Jones will officiate.The viewing takes place on Friday, December 2, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Angelus Funeral Home, 3875 Crenshaw Blvd., in Los Angeles.Deacon Webb was born March 24, 1937. He was employed for 37 years with the Compton School District and served in a range of capacities including administrator at Dominguez, Compton and Caesar Chavez High Schools. “He was a role model for students and served as a father figure to many,” recalled his wife, Mrs. Katie Haire Webb.Actively involved in his church and community, Webb served as chairman of the Deacon Board at Messiah Baptist, president of the Grambling State University Alumni Association, president of the Laymen Auxiliary of the Western Baptist State Convention and president of the Congress of Christian Education for the Los Angeles District Association. “He was known as a Christian Education Teacher par excellence,” said Mrs. WebbIn addition to his wife, he is survived by his son, Ernest (Tyita) Wade Webb, Jr., of Houston, TX; daughter, Ernesha Webb (Sonwabo) Mazinyo of South Africa; three grandchildren, sister, Albertine Holmes of Houston, TX; sisters-in-law: Frances Reed of Los Angeles, Elouise Webb of Gretna, LA; and Susie Haire Mann of St Louis, MO; brothers-in-law: W.C. Holmes of Houston, TX, and Walter (Cynthia) Haire of Edwardsville, IL; along with nieces, nephews, cousins, godchildren and a host of friends.In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Ernest We...