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Deaths listings for March 2, 2017 - NewsOK.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

Saturday (Sunny Lane, Del City).Perkins, E. Louise, 70, died Feb. 23. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Sunny Lane, Del City).PAWHUSKAOverstreet, Michelle, 64, died Feb. 26. No services (Stumpff, Bartlesville).PRAGUEThompson, Christine, 77, died Feb. 27. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Parks Brothers, Prague).SALLISAWRogers, Wanda Lorene, 74, died Feb. 28. Services 10...

Vernon J. Sampson Sr. - The Independent

Monday, January 16, 2017

Vernon J. Sampson Sr., 88, of North Kingstown died peacefully in the company of angels Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at Scalabrini Villa. He was the husband of 52 years to the late Muriel A. (Sprague) Sampson. Born in Leicester (part of Asheville), North Carolina, he was a son of the late Thomas D. Sampson and Emma (Shook) Sampson.He proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps stationed at Quonset Point during World War II. Thereafter, he called Rhode Island home. Mr. Sampson started his 30-year career with the state of Rhode Island at the Lafayette Fish Hatchery, on to the Arcadia Management Area, then as foreman of the Division of Environmental Management Natural Resources Fish & Wildlife at the Great Swamp Management Area.Vern was a member of Slocum Grange, enjoyed many bowling leagues and was an avid outdoorsman. He was a natural with animals and was surrounded among pets his entire life. He was once known as the “Mayor of Wickford” as he frequented many coffee shops around town and will always be remembered for his smile.He leaves his loving children, David M. Sampson; James V. Sampson and his wife, Patricia, of North Kingstown; Julie A. Sampson and her fiancé, Edward D...

Elsworth Wesson

Monday, January 02, 2017

Gene of Bartlesville, Brad Wesson and wife Lynn of Delaware, Janice Renfroe and husband Pat of Bartlesville; three siblings, Hoyt Wesson and wife Nita of Nowata, Joyce Robinson of Nowata, Catherine Sprague of Nowata, twelve grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.Punk is preceded in death by his parents, Idus and Frona Wesson; four brothers, Charles Wesson, Leroy Wesson, Glen Wesson, Billy Gene Wesson; two sisters, Floyce Standeford, Willie Wesson.Online condolences may be left at www.honoringmemories.com. Memorials in Punk’s name may be sent to the Journey Home at 3406 SE Kentucky St, Bartlesville, OK 74006.

Brockton Man Loses Battle With Heroin Addiction on Christmas Day - Patch.com

Monday, January 02, 2017

BROCKTON, MA — A Brockton man who lost his battle with addiction on Christmas was remembered this week. Michael F. Sprague Jr., 27, of Brockton, died on Christmas morning from a heroin overdose, following a long hard battle with addiction, according to his obituary. Sprague was a 2007 graduate of Brockton High School and a member of Teamsters Union Local #25. An avid sports and New England Patriots fan, his obituary said he enjoyed playing football and Brockton Youth Hockey. He was also a dedicated MMA and boxing trainer. He also loved reading, working out and spending time with his friends. He leaves behind his parents Michael F. Sprague Sr. of Brockton and Lisa Marie (Casarano) Sprague of Whitman; siblings Rachel and Jake Sprague of Whitman; grandparents Mary “Dolly” Sprague of Brockton and the late Kenneth P. Sprague Sr., and Rosemarie Reppucci of Bridgewater and the late Nicholas M. Casarano; Calling hours were held Thursday at Waitt Funeral Home in Brockton and the funeral mass was held Friday at St. Edith Stein Church, with burial taking at Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts...

Death notices published Dec. 11, 2016 - Tulsa World

Monday, December 19, 2016

Church.SapulpaSt. Amour, Joseph F., 44, died Wednesday. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Chapman-Black Funeral Home Chapel, Cleveland.ShawneePittman, Carolyn, 78, Saturday. Services pending. Parks Brothers, Prague.TahlequahKirkland, Merle Clifton, 68, Vietnam Purple Heart recipient and veteran, died Friday. Services pending. Hayhurst, Broken Arrow.VinitaCooper, Alfred Larry, 67, retired from flooring industry, died Friday. Visitation 5-6 p.m. Wednesday and service 11 a.m. Thursday, both at Luginbuel Funeral Home.YukonWynn, Jason Edward, 40, died Thursday. Service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Harvest Church, Sand Springs. Mark Griffith-Westwood, Tulsa.Death notice policyDeath notices are $55 and include basic information about the deceased: the person’s name, age, occupation, date of death, place of death, visitation and service information. They are available only to funeral homes. Funeral homes can submit death notices by e-mail to obits@tulsaworld.com, by fax at 918-581-8353 until 8 p.m. daily or by phone at 918-581-8347 from 4 to 8 p.m.Circle of LifeIn an effort to honor those who have donated either organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the "Circle of Life" campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD).If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the "Circle of Life" logo placed in his or her listing.

Procession through Tacoma honors fallen officer - The News Tribune

Monday, December 05, 2016

Pacific Avenue through downtown Tacoma before making its way up to Hilltop and ending on Sixth Avenue.Another American flag hoisted by ladder fire trucks flapped in the cold, wet breeze over Sprague Avenue, right before the procession made its final turn onto Sixth Avenue and headed to Tuell-McKee Funeral Home.Roads were blocked off, and officers from many local departments stood watch, some monitoring street corners and some standing at attention as they waited.Dozens of civilians dotted the street toward the end of the line: They came to pay their respects and show support for the Police Department, they said. Many said they’re close with someone who’s a first responder and understood the stress of knowing that when they leave for work, they may not return.“My uncle was a police officer in the city of Spokane, so it hits close to home, and me and my sister came out to support,” said Paddy Laushot, who stood on Sprague near the end of the procession with her sister. “It’s sad. … it’s disturbing to think that they’re out there trying to protect us and they end up going home in a casket. It’s sad.”Jason Lee Middle School Principal Christine Brandt stood outside the school at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Division Avenue with hundreds of her students. Their smartphones aloft, the kids took videos of the helicopters that beat overhead and of the police motorcycles that breezed by while staff gently herded them away from the street. This week has been an opportunity to teach the preteens about how a community comes together in the face of a tragedy, she said.“We want to show our respect for him,” Brandt said. “We run with four pillars — respectful, responsible, compassionate and safe, and what we’ve talked about is how this officer emulated those four pillars for us.”Down the block, non-uniformed Tacoma Police Department employees clustered together, red-eyed. MaryAnn Clabaugh, who has worked in the finance office at the Police Department for 23 years, knew Gutierrez. In the small department, everyone knows each other, she said. He was quiet and smiley. When she heard the news, she was sick to her stomach.“I have three family members who are law enforcement officers, so it was very upsetting to me,” Clabaugh said. Since Wednesday, the mood at police headquarters has been “absolutely so somber. Very emotionally draining, very emotionally tiring,” she said. But then, there has been the wide-ranging community supp...

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Deaths listings for March 2, 2017 - NewsOK.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

Saturday (Sunny Lane, Del City).Perkins, E. Louise, 70, died Feb. 23. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Sunny Lane, Del City).PAWHUSKAOverstreet, Michelle, 64, died Feb. 26. No services (Stumpff, Bartlesville).PRAGUEThompson, Christine, 77, died Feb. 27. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Parks Brothers, Prague).SALLISAWRogers, Wanda Lorene, 74, died Feb. 28. Services 10...

Vernon J. Sampson Sr. - The Independent

Monday, January 16, 2017

Vernon J. Sampson Sr., 88, of North Kingstown died peacefully in the company of angels Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at Scalabrini Villa. He was the husband of 52 years to the late Muriel A. (Sprague) Sampson. Born in Leicester (part of Asheville), North Carolina, he was a son of the late Thomas D. Sampson and Emma (Shook) Sampson.He proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps stationed at Quonset Point during World War II. Thereafter, he called Rhode Island home. Mr. Sampson started his 30-year career with the state of Rhode Island at the Lafayette Fish Hatchery, on to the Arcadia Management Area, then as foreman of the Division of Environmental Management Natural Resources Fish & Wildlife at the Great Swamp Management Area.Vern was a member of Slocum Grange, enjoyed many bowling leagues and was an avid outdoorsman. He was a natural with animals and was surrounded among pets his entire life. He was once known as the “Mayor of Wickford” as he frequented many coffee shops around town and will always be remembered for his smile.He leaves his loving children, David M. Sampson; James V. Sampson and his wife, Patricia, of North Kingstown; Julie A. Sampson and her fiancé, Edward D...

Elsworth Wesson

Monday, January 02, 2017

Gene of Bartlesville, Brad Wesson and wife Lynn of Delaware, Janice Renfroe and husband Pat of Bartlesville; three siblings, Hoyt Wesson and wife Nita of Nowata, Joyce Robinson of Nowata, Catherine Sprague of Nowata, twelve grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.Punk is preceded in death by his parents, Idus and Frona Wesson; four brothers, Charles Wesson, Leroy Wesson, Glen Wesson, Billy Gene Wesson; two sisters, Floyce Standeford, Willie Wesson.Online condolences may be left at www.honoringmemories.com. Memorials in Punk’s name may be sent to the Journey Home at 3406 SE Kentucky St, Bartlesville, OK 74006.

Brockton Man Loses Battle With Heroin Addiction on Christmas Day - Patch.com

Monday, January 02, 2017

BROCKTON, MA — A Brockton man who lost his battle with addiction on Christmas was remembered this week. Michael F. Sprague Jr., 27, of Brockton, died on Christmas morning from a heroin overdose, following a long hard battle with addiction, according to his obituary. Sprague was a 2007 graduate of Brockton High School and a member of Teamsters Union Local #25. An avid sports and New England Patriots fan, his obituary said he enjoyed playing football and Brockton Youth Hockey. He was also a dedicated MMA and boxing trainer. He also loved reading, working out and spending time with his friends. He leaves behind his parents Michael F. Sprague Sr. of Brockton and Lisa Marie (Casarano) Sprague of Whitman; siblings Rachel and Jake Sprague of Whitman; grandparents Mary “Dolly” Sprague of Brockton and the late Kenneth P. Sprague Sr., and Rosemarie Reppucci of Bridgewater and the late Nicholas M. Casarano; Calling hours were held Thursday at Waitt Funeral Home in Brockton and the funeral mass was held Friday at St. Edith Stein Church, with burial taking at Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts...

Death notices published Dec. 11, 2016 - Tulsa World

Monday, December 19, 2016

Church.SapulpaSt. Amour, Joseph F., 44, died Wednesday. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Chapman-Black Funeral Home Chapel, Cleveland.ShawneePittman, Carolyn, 78, Saturday. Services pending. Parks Brothers, Prague.TahlequahKirkland, Merle Clifton, 68, Vietnam Purple Heart recipient and veteran, died Friday. Services pending. Hayhurst, Broken Arrow.VinitaCooper, Alfred Larry, 67, retired from flooring industry, died Friday. Visitation 5-6 p.m. Wednesday and service 11 a.m. Thursday, both at Luginbuel Funeral Home.YukonWynn, Jason Edward, 40, died Thursday. Service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Harvest Church, Sand Springs. Mark Griffith-Westwood, Tulsa.Death notice policyDeath notices are $55 and include basic information about the deceased: the person’s name, age, occupation, date of death, place of death, visitation and service information. They are available only to funeral homes. Funeral homes can submit death notices by e-mail to obits@tulsaworld.com, by fax at 918-581-8353 until 8 p.m. daily or by phone at 918-581-8347 from 4 to 8 p.m.Circle of LifeIn an effort to honor those who have donated either organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the "Circle of Life" campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD).If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the "Circle of Life" logo placed in his or her listing.

Procession through Tacoma honors fallen officer - The News Tribune

Monday, December 05, 2016

Pacific Avenue through downtown Tacoma before making its way up to Hilltop and ending on Sixth Avenue.Another American flag hoisted by ladder fire trucks flapped in the cold, wet breeze over Sprague Avenue, right before the procession made its final turn onto Sixth Avenue and headed to Tuell-McKee Funeral Home.Roads were blocked off, and officers from many local departments stood watch, some monitoring street corners and some standing at attention as they waited.Dozens of civilians dotted the street toward the end of the line: They came to pay their respects and show support for the Police Department, they said. Many said they’re close with someone who’s a first responder and understood the stress of knowing that when they leave for work, they may not return.“My uncle was a police officer in the city of Spokane, so it hits close to home, and me and my sister came out to support,” said Paddy Laushot, who stood on Sprague near the end of the procession with her sister. “It’s sad. … it’s disturbing to think that they’re out there trying to protect us and they end up going home in a casket. It’s sad.”Jason Lee Middle School Principal Christine Brandt stood outside the school at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Division Avenue with hundreds of her students. Their smartphones aloft, the kids took videos of the helicopters that beat overhead and of the police motorcycles that breezed by while staff gently herded them away from the street. This week has been an opportunity to teach the preteens about how a community comes together in the face of a tragedy, she said.“We want to show our respect for him,” Brandt said. “We run with four pillars — respectful, responsible, compassionate and safe, and what we’ve talked about is how this officer emulated those four pillars for us.”Down the block, non-uniformed Tacoma Police Department employees clustered together, red-eyed. MaryAnn Clabaugh, who has worked in the finance office at the Police Department for 23 years, knew Gutierrez. In the small department, everyone knows each other, she said. He was quiet and smiley. When she heard the news, she was sick to her stomach.“I have three family members who are law enforcement officers, so it was very upsetting to me,” Clabaugh said. Since Wednesday, the mood at police headquarters has been “absolutely so somber. Very emotionally draining, very emotionally tiring,” she said. But then, there has been the wide-ranging community supp...