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Group Visits Nine Cemeteries, Memorials to Recognize Fallen Military Members - Centralia Chronicle

Monday, June 19, 2017

After a short ceremony Monday at Toledo’s Kemp Olson Memorial Park, several veterans and their families took a few moments to read the names of friends and neighbors inscribed on the bricks of the Veterans Wall of Honor. “I know a lot of them on the wall,” said Lewis Zion, of Onalaska’s American Legion Post 508. “As a kid growing up, you know a lot of people, but you didn’t know they were in the service.”The memorial wall honors both living and dead veterans. Don Buswell paused Monday near his own name, inscribed near that of his grandfather, wounded while fighting for the north in the Civil War, his brother, who flew 44 missions as a pilot in the Pacific during World War II, and his niece. “I probably know a fourth of them, or a third of them,” he said of the names on the wall.Buswell, like his brother Anor Buswell, was a pilot in the Air Corps, a precursor to the Air Force.“All I did was have fun when I was in the service,” he said. Members of Winlock and Onalaska American Legion posts 101 and 508, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3409, members of Boy Scouts Troop 324 and Girl Scouts Troop 40512 and other volunteers held Memorial Day Ceremonies throughout the da...

Avon Obituary: Philip Rotondo, 82 - Patch.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

His love of cooking and pizza-making extended to later in his life when he became famous for the polenta and pizza parties he held at the home he designed and built himself, complete with a brick pizza oven in the central chimney. The one thing he ever allowed himself to boast about were his pizza making skills.Phil played the piano beautifully, always trying to master Chopin, and enjoyed playing the accordion as well. He organized and performed in waterski shows and had a pilot's license he used to take family and friends on flights around New England. He made wine, cooked the traditional seven fish Christmas Eve dinner every year, and drove his excavator and bulldozer around his property moving rocks for drainage and structure reasons only he seemed to understand. He loved ice cream and sweets, his kids and grandkids, and had a fantastic witty sense of humor. The classic Italian-American, he loved nothing more than hanging out with his cousins and friends, telling stories, making jokes, and solving important problems like how to marinate and grill enough chicken for a 200-person cook out, or how to design a drill press attachment for the quick grating of Parmesan cheese blocks. Phil is survived by his son Andrew Rotondo (and wife Margaret) of Dover NH, daughter Amanda Rotondo (and husband Chris Hayes) of Reading MA; sister Dolores Wiener (and husband Kurt); and grandchildren Abigail and John Hayes. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, June 13th from 5:00 - 7:30pm at the Vincent Funeral Home, 120 Albany Turnpike in Canton. Services will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday June 14th at 12 noon, followed by interment at St. Ann's Cemetery in Avon. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Joy of Music. www.jomp.org. Please visit Phil’s “Book of Memories” at www.vincentfuneralhome.com for online condolences. Get free real-time news alerts from the Avon Patch. Originally published June 13, 2017.

May 29-30: Presidio Memorial Day Commemoration, Cypress Lawn Service, American history walking tour ... - San Francisco Examiner

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Angelica Rockne) and barbecue while it lasts. [4 p.m., El Rio, 3158 Mission St., S.F.]The Shining Backwards and Forwards: The experiment by John Fell Ryan — who appears via Skype — plays Stanley Kubrick’s film classic forwards and backwards at the same time on the same screen, creating bizarre juxtapositions; Rodney Ascher, director of the documentary “Room 237” about “The Shining,” also comments, via Skype. [8:30 p.m., Roxie, 3117 16th St., S.F.]Pint Sized Plays-Date Night: The free festival presents short plays by Bay Area playwrights that take place in a bar and involve love — and characters drinking beer. [7:30 p.m., PianoFight, 144 Taylor St., S.F.]TUESDAY, MAY 30Kristine Poggioli, Carolyn Eidson: The authors of “Walking San Francisco’s 49 Mile Scenic Drive” — who did it over a year — speak about their journey and their book in a San Francisco History Association presentation. [7:30 p.m., St. Philip’s Catholic Church, 725 Diamond St., S.F.]Nancy Pelosi: The House Democratic leader appears in a Commonwealth Club-presented conversation on “The State of America” with Scott Shafer, senior editor, California politics and government desk at KQED. [Noon, Mark Hopkins Hotel, Peacock Court, 1 Nob Hill Circle, S.F.]Igor Josifov: The performance artist who works with fire closes his month long installation, “Continuum.” [6 p.m., InSpace Curatorial Pop Up , 218 Fillmore St., S.F.]Dr. Robert Pearl: The Kaiser Permanente medical chief, author of “Mistreated: Why We Think We’re Getting Good Health Care–And Why We’re Usually Wrong” speaks on “getting the mistakes out of health care. [6:30 p.m., Commonwealth Club, 555 Post St., S.F.]Louis Katz: The comedic, who mixes high- and low-brow material, says on his website, “Louis Katz is your mother’s favorite comedian.” [8 p.m., Punch Line, 444 Battery St., S.F.]Amy Goldstein: The Washington Post writer’s book “Janesville: An American Story,” is an account of the fallout from the closing of a General Motors’ assembly plant in Wisconsin; she appears in conversation with UC Berkeley sociology professor Arlie Russell, author of “Strangers in Their Own Land.” [7 p.m., Green Apple Books, 506 Clement St., S.F.]The Moth-True Stories Told Love: Participants in the program tell five-minute tales on the topic of “cosmic justice.” [6 to 9 p.m., Public Works, 161 Erie St., S.F.]Click here or scroll down to comment-- Place your ad hereLoading... (function(){ var D=new Date(),d=document,b='body',ce='createElement',ac='appendChild',st='style',ds='display',n='none',gi='getElementById'; var i=d[ce]('iframe');i[st][ds]=n;d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455")[ac](i);try{var iw=i.contentWindow.document;iw.open();iw.writeln("");iw.close();var c=iw[b];} catch(e){var iw=d;var c=d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455");}var dv=iw[ce]('div')...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Heller and her husband, Dick, of Newton, Mass.; brothers in spirit Richie and Paul Garcia of Martha’s Vineyard; and many, many friends in Vermont, Martha’s Vineyard and Negril, Jamaica. A paving brick on Church Street is dedicated to “Matt Young, a friend to all.” He was a rock star to many, who will miss him terribly.Donations can be made in Matt’s honor to the Howard Center Street Outreach Team, 208 Flynn Ave., Burlington, VT 05401. Howard Center is planning a memorial service for Matt next month; details will be announced soon.

Stolen car strikes vehicle, sending it crashing into funeral home - Fox 2 Detroit

Monday, March 27, 2017

SkyFOX captured the aftermath.Police say three men driving a stolen car ran a stop sign, struck a man who was driving a Buick Enclave SUV, sending his car through the window and brick wall. The collision clipped the front end of Pastor Alan Evans' Lincoln which was parked in front at the time."(I heard) the screeching of tires, two hits and then the main hit almost sounded like an explosion where the gentleman came through the window," said Evans.As they work to repair the hole, Butler says she is just relieved no one was inside the small room and a service in the larger room had just wrapped up. However at the same time people were starting to filter into funeral home for another viewing."We were just left here with a car inside our viewing room, thanking the Lord no one was in there no one’s loved one was in there," she said. "That could have been traumatic if someone was in there, they would have been really hurt."The suspects didn't stick around to find out. Police say two took off on foot and the third suspect jumped in the stolen car and drove off.As for the man in his 60s whose Enclave was forced into the brick wall - he was taken to the hospital for minor injuries."It is the kind of unfortunate thing that continues to happen in our city that we hate to see happen," Evans said.If losing someone isn't hard enough, people had to pay their final respects to loved ones as crews worked to repair the gaping hole in the brick wall."We have to keep going it's not like you can just close down for ...

Deaths Summary for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 13, 2017

PRESTON, Jean Tisler, 79, of Round O, a retired admissions officer with Roper Hospital and widow of Larry D. Preston, died Sunday. Arrangements by Brice Herndon's Walterboro Chapel. Dorchester CountyBRICKA, Fredric Charles, 51, of Summerville, an Army veteran and husband of Helen Bricka, died Saturday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's Goose Creek Chapel.BURKE, Margaret Jane, 83, of Ladson, a management assistant with the Charleston Naval Shipyard and wife of James D. Burke, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville.CALL, Robert Wayne, 85, of Summerville, an Air Force retiree and husband of Sadie Louise Hamilton Call, died Monday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.CLEMONS, Elizabeth Banks, 83, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.HULL, Jack R., 88, of Summerville, an Air Force veteran, state correctional officer and widower of Lois Pauline Hull, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home. MOORER, Annabelle, 74, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home. ElsewhereBOHNSACK, David Wayne, 60, of Bluffton, died Saturday. Arrangements by Charleston Cremation Center and Funeral Home.CLISSOLD, John Richardson, 86, of Kill Devil Hills, N.C., formerly of Mount Pleasant, S.C., an Army veteran, American Optical retiree and widower of Bettye Jean Branch Clissold, died Saturday. Arrangements by Twiford Funeral Home of Manteo, N.C. FOY, Freddie, 60, of Marion, a licensed plumber and husband of Demetrius Malloy Foy, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Awendaw Chapel. JACKSON, Geneva 71, of Yemassee, widow of Eddie Jackson, died Monday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.MAIRE, John Mark, Sr., 78, of Battle Creek, Mich. died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston. S.C. PARNELL, Lillian Henrietta Sports, 86, of Jonesboro, Ga., formerly of Summerville, S.C., a homemaker and widow of Charles E. Parnell Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by Moody-Daniel Funeral Home of Zebulon, Ga. SWENSON, Pauline Masters, 77, of Beaufort, an artist, owner-operator of Polly Swenson's Studio and wife of Carter Swenson, died Thursday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home. ...

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Group Visits Nine Cemeteries, Memorials to Recognize Fallen Military Members - Centralia Chronicle

Monday, June 19, 2017

After a short ceremony Monday at Toledo’s Kemp Olson Memorial Park, several veterans and their families took a few moments to read the names of friends and neighbors inscribed on the bricks of the Veterans Wall of Honor. “I know a lot of them on the wall,” said Lewis Zion, of Onalaska’s American Legion Post 508. “As a kid growing up, you know a lot of people, but you didn’t know they were in the service.”The memorial wall honors both living and dead veterans. Don Buswell paused Monday near his own name, inscribed near that of his grandfather, wounded while fighting for the north in the Civil War, his brother, who flew 44 missions as a pilot in the Pacific during World War II, and his niece. “I probably know a fourth of them, or a third of them,” he said of the names on the wall.Buswell, like his brother Anor Buswell, was a pilot in the Air Corps, a precursor to the Air Force.“All I did was have fun when I was in the service,” he said. Members of Winlock and Onalaska American Legion posts 101 and 508, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3409, members of Boy Scouts Troop 324 and Girl Scouts Troop 40512 and other volunteers held Memorial Day Ceremonies throughout the da...

Avon Obituary: Philip Rotondo, 82 - Patch.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

His love of cooking and pizza-making extended to later in his life when he became famous for the polenta and pizza parties he held at the home he designed and built himself, complete with a brick pizza oven in the central chimney. The one thing he ever allowed himself to boast about were his pizza making skills.Phil played the piano beautifully, always trying to master Chopin, and enjoyed playing the accordion as well. He organized and performed in waterski shows and had a pilot's license he used to take family and friends on flights around New England. He made wine, cooked the traditional seven fish Christmas Eve dinner every year, and drove his excavator and bulldozer around his property moving rocks for drainage and structure reasons only he seemed to understand. He loved ice cream and sweets, his kids and grandkids, and had a fantastic witty sense of humor. The classic Italian-American, he loved nothing more than hanging out with his cousins and friends, telling stories, making jokes, and solving important problems like how to marinate and grill enough chicken for a 200-person cook out, or how to design a drill press attachment for the quick grating of Parmesan cheese blocks. Phil is survived by his son Andrew Rotondo (and wife Margaret) of Dover NH, daughter Amanda Rotondo (and husband Chris Hayes) of Reading MA; sister Dolores Wiener (and husband Kurt); and grandchildren Abigail and John Hayes. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, June 13th from 5:00 - 7:30pm at the Vincent Funeral Home, 120 Albany Turnpike in Canton. Services will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday June 14th at 12 noon, followed by interment at St. Ann's Cemetery in Avon. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Joy of Music. www.jomp.org. Please visit Phil’s “Book of Memories” at www.vincentfuneralhome.com for online condolences. Get free real-time news alerts from the Avon Patch. Originally published June 13, 2017.

May 29-30: Presidio Memorial Day Commemoration, Cypress Lawn Service, American history walking tour ... - San Francisco Examiner

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Angelica Rockne) and barbecue while it lasts. [4 p.m., El Rio, 3158 Mission St., S.F.]The Shining Backwards and Forwards: The experiment by John Fell Ryan — who appears via Skype — plays Stanley Kubrick’s film classic forwards and backwards at the same time on the same screen, creating bizarre juxtapositions; Rodney Ascher, director of the documentary “Room 237” about “The Shining,” also comments, via Skype. [8:30 p.m., Roxie, 3117 16th St., S.F.]Pint Sized Plays-Date Night: The free festival presents short plays by Bay Area playwrights that take place in a bar and involve love — and characters drinking beer. [7:30 p.m., PianoFight, 144 Taylor St., S.F.]TUESDAY, MAY 30Kristine Poggioli, Carolyn Eidson: The authors of “Walking San Francisco’s 49 Mile Scenic Drive” — who did it over a year — speak about their journey and their book in a San Francisco History Association presentation. [7:30 p.m., St. Philip’s Catholic Church, 725 Diamond St., S.F.]Nancy Pelosi: The House Democratic leader appears in a Commonwealth Club-presented conversation on “The State of America” with Scott Shafer, senior editor, California politics and government desk at KQED. [Noon, Mark Hopkins Hotel, Peacock Court, 1 Nob Hill Circle, S.F.]Igor Josifov: The performance artist who works with fire closes his month long installation, “Continuum.” [6 p.m., InSpace Curatorial Pop Up , 218 Fillmore St., S.F.]Dr. Robert Pearl: The Kaiser Permanente medical chief, author of “Mistreated: Why We Think We’re Getting Good Health Care–And Why We’re Usually Wrong” speaks on “getting the mistakes out of health care. [6:30 p.m., Commonwealth Club, 555 Post St., S.F.]Louis Katz: The comedic, who mixes high- and low-brow material, says on his website, “Louis Katz is your mother’s favorite comedian.” [8 p.m., Punch Line, 444 Battery St., S.F.]Amy Goldstein: The Washington Post writer’s book “Janesville: An American Story,” is an account of the fallout from the closing of a General Motors’ assembly plant in Wisconsin; she appears in conversation with UC Berkeley sociology professor Arlie Russell, author of “Strangers in Their Own Land.” [7 p.m., Green Apple Books, 506 Clement St., S.F.]The Moth-True Stories Told Love: Participants in the program tell five-minute tales on the topic of “cosmic justice.” [6 to 9 p.m., Public Works, 161 Erie St., S.F.]Click here or scroll down to comment-- Place your ad hereLoading... (function(){ var D=new Date(),d=document,b='body',ce='createElement',ac='appendChild',st='style',ds='display',n='none',gi='getElementById'; var i=d[ce]('iframe');i[st][ds]=n;d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455")[ac](i);try{var iw=i.contentWindow.document;iw.open();iw.writeln("");iw.close();var c=iw[b];} catch(e){var iw=d;var c=d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455");}var dv=iw[ce]('div')...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Heller and her husband, Dick, of Newton, Mass.; brothers in spirit Richie and Paul Garcia of Martha’s Vineyard; and many, many friends in Vermont, Martha’s Vineyard and Negril, Jamaica. A paving brick on Church Street is dedicated to “Matt Young, a friend to all.” He was a rock star to many, who will miss him terribly.Donations can be made in Matt’s honor to the Howard Center Street Outreach Team, 208 Flynn Ave., Burlington, VT 05401. Howard Center is planning a memorial service for Matt next month; details will be announced soon.

Stolen car strikes vehicle, sending it crashing into funeral home - Fox 2 Detroit

Monday, March 27, 2017

SkyFOX captured the aftermath.Police say three men driving a stolen car ran a stop sign, struck a man who was driving a Buick Enclave SUV, sending his car through the window and brick wall. The collision clipped the front end of Pastor Alan Evans' Lincoln which was parked in front at the time."(I heard) the screeching of tires, two hits and then the main hit almost sounded like an explosion where the gentleman came through the window," said Evans.As they work to repair the hole, Butler says she is just relieved no one was inside the small room and a service in the larger room had just wrapped up. However at the same time people were starting to filter into funeral home for another viewing."We were just left here with a car inside our viewing room, thanking the Lord no one was in there no one’s loved one was in there," she said. "That could have been traumatic if someone was in there, they would have been really hurt."The suspects didn't stick around to find out. Police say two took off on foot and the third suspect jumped in the stolen car and drove off.As for the man in his 60s whose Enclave was forced into the brick wall - he was taken to the hospital for minor injuries."It is the kind of unfortunate thing that continues to happen in our city that we hate to see happen," Evans said.If losing someone isn't hard enough, people had to pay their final respects to loved ones as crews worked to repair the gaping hole in the brick wall."We have to keep going it's not like you can just close down for ...

Deaths Summary for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 13, 2017

PRESTON, Jean Tisler, 79, of Round O, a retired admissions officer with Roper Hospital and widow of Larry D. Preston, died Sunday. Arrangements by Brice Herndon's Walterboro Chapel. Dorchester CountyBRICKA, Fredric Charles, 51, of Summerville, an Army veteran and husband of Helen Bricka, died Saturday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's Goose Creek Chapel.BURKE, Margaret Jane, 83, of Ladson, a management assistant with the Charleston Naval Shipyard and wife of James D. Burke, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville.CALL, Robert Wayne, 85, of Summerville, an Air Force retiree and husband of Sadie Louise Hamilton Call, died Monday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.CLEMONS, Elizabeth Banks, 83, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.HULL, Jack R., 88, of Summerville, an Air Force veteran, state correctional officer and widower of Lois Pauline Hull, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home. MOORER, Annabelle, 74, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home. ElsewhereBOHNSACK, David Wayne, 60, of Bluffton, died Saturday. Arrangements by Charleston Cremation Center and Funeral Home.CLISSOLD, John Richardson, 86, of Kill Devil Hills, N.C., formerly of Mount Pleasant, S.C., an Army veteran, American Optical retiree and widower of Bettye Jean Branch Clissold, died Saturday. Arrangements by Twiford Funeral Home of Manteo, N.C. FOY, Freddie, 60, of Marion, a licensed plumber and husband of Demetrius Malloy Foy, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Awendaw Chapel. JACKSON, Geneva 71, of Yemassee, widow of Eddie Jackson, died Monday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.MAIRE, John Mark, Sr., 78, of Battle Creek, Mich. died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston. S.C. PARNELL, Lillian Henrietta Sports, 86, of Jonesboro, Ga., formerly of Summerville, S.C., a homemaker and widow of Charles E. Parnell Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by Moody-Daniel Funeral Home of Zebulon, Ga. SWENSON, Pauline Masters, 77, of Beaufort, an artist, owner-operator of Polly Swenson's Studio and wife of Carter Swenson, died Thursday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home. ...