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Obituary — June 14, 2017 - Sequim Gazette

Monday, June 19, 2017

Washington.Mickey SextonNovember 4, 1925 – May 13, 2017Mickey Sexton of Sequim, Washington died May 13, 2017. He was born November 4, 1925 in Fort Worth, Texas.He graduated from high school in Wharton, Texas in 1942.He m...

Fact check: GOP's Obamacare obituary is premature - USA TODAY

Monday, March 27, 2017

If nothing else changed they would probably stabilize at a lower level of enrollment,” says Mark V. Pauly, a professor of health care management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.That’s also the judgment of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, which said in its analysis of the House bill to replace Obamacare that the market for individuals to purchase policies “would probably be stable in most areas under either current law or the [GOP replacement] legislation.”Problems, But No ‘Implosion’It’s true that Obamacare — more formally known as the Affordable Care Act — has serious problems. These were summed up by the health insurance lobby itself in a Jan. 24 statement to the House Ways and Means Committee. America’s Health Insurance Plans said, “The challenges facing the individual exchange marketplace – which have been well-documented – include significant increases in average premiums in 2017, fewer health plan choices, and lower-than-expected exchange enrollment and risk pool stability challenges in some states.”On average those signing up for ACA policies have been older, sicker and more expensive to care for than many insurance companies had expected. That has forced companies to raise premiums, and caused some to stop writing ACA marketplace policies altogether.Problems have been particularly acute in Tennessee, for example, where the state’s insurance commissioner, Julie Mix McPeak, said last August that the state’s ACA market was “very near collapse.” Matters have grown worse since, when Humana announced it would cease offering ACA policies in 2018. That would leave people in 16 of the state’s 95 counties without any ACA option next...

John Morris

Monday, February 27, 2017

Fort Lawton, Washington and honorably discharged in 1948. After earning his undergraduate degree, John continued his education and received his M.B.A. from The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance.In 1951, John began his employment with the Central Missouri Trust Company (now Central Bank). He remained there until his retirement in 1988. During his tenure with Central Bank, John furthered his education by attending the A.B.A. Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University and the School of Finance and Public Relations at Northwestern University. John was a senior vice-president at Central, serving as Director of Retail Banking and Director of Marketing. In 1983, he was appointed Chairman of the Missouri Bankers’ Association Marketing Committee. John was always active in the Jefferson City community. He served as chairman of the Cole County Fair and president of the Jefferson City Jaycees, receiving the Jaycee’s Distinguished Service Award as the City’s Outstanding Young Man of 1956. He was a Mason (32nd degree), a member of Post #5 of the American Legion, and a member of the Jefferson City Lion’s Club. John was also active in the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce, serving as its President in 1964 and, later, as the Director Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council. He was on the first Jefferson City Charter Commission. He also served as president of the Memorial Community Hospital Board of Trustees. Additionally, he served on the YMCA Board of Directors, the Advisory Board for the Metro Business College, was a fundraising chairman for the United Way, and was a member of the Cole County Historical Society Board of Directors. From 1975-1987, John served on the Jefferson City Salvation Army Board of Directors, and was president for one of those years. In 1960, John was designated an Honorary Colonel by Governor John M. Dalton. He was a long-time member of the First Presbyterian Church, serving in several capacities, including that of ruling elder. John also served our public schools. He serve...

Mary E. Ganoe - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

She was preceded in death by her son, David Ganoe, Jr., parents Daniel and Hattie McCarty; four brothers Willie, Earnest, Robert and James; and two sisters Ethel Wharton and Lilly Conklin.A service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Eastland United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Eastland United Methodist Church Building Fund, 10718 Courthouse Rd., Spotsylvania, VA 22407.Online guest book at covenantfuneralservice.com.FUNERALSBallinger, G. Miriam: Feb. 7, 1 p.m., Salem Baptist Church, Fredericksburg. Found and Sons Funeral Chapels, Fredericksburg.Beazley, Virginia: Feb. 6, 11 a.m., Bowling Green United Methodist Church. Storke Funeral Home, Bowling Green.Gaines, Sara T.: Feb. 8, 11 a.m., Fairfax Memorial Park, Fairfax. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Ganoe, Mary E.: Feb. 7, 11 a.m., Eastland United Methodist Church. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Mason, Patricia Fay: Feb. 6, 1 p.m., Eastland United Methodist Church, Fredericksburg. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Musselman, James W.: Feb. 7, 11 a.m., Storke Funeral Home, Colonial Beach Chapel. Storke Funeral Home, Colonial Beach.Payne, Willie Mae: Feb. 6, 1 p.m. New Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Washington Funeral Home, Tappahannock.Rose, Don: Feb. 6, 10 a.m., Oak Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Wray, Carolyn Brevis: Feb. 9, 11 a.m., Lake of the Woods Church, Locust Grove. Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Funeral homes submit obituaries. Family members who submit obituaries have to pay in advance and provide the funeral home name and phone number. The deadline is 3 p.

LEND A HAND: Holy Spirit Arts and Craft Fair is coming up - Tuscaloosa News (subscription)

Monday, October 24, 2016

We have a lot of talented people and a lot of art here in Tuscaloosa,” Avery said. “As an artist, I understand that not all of them have a venue to show, sell and focus their art.”Crafter Candice Wharton has been showcasing her family’s work in the arts and crafts fair since its inception six years ago. She said the warm atmosphere and hospitality the Ladies Auxiliary shows keeps her coming back each year.“At first I saw the fair as something to do on a weekend, but I fell in love,” Wharton said. “The entire church community comes in to make sure we all feel welcome, and you could not ask for a kinder group of people than the Ladies Auxiliary.”Wharton said she is excited to show the critter quilts she makes with her mother. She said her father, who specializes in metal and iron work, is eager to show the art he has crafted from reclaimed materials.“Tuscaloosa artists are like one big family out to help each other,” Wharton said. “We are all very proud of everything we do and thankful to the Ladies Auxiliary for providing a venue for it.” Holy Spirit Catholic Church is at 733 James I. Harrison Jr. Parkway.

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Obituary — June 14, 2017 - Sequim Gazette

Monday, June 19, 2017

Washington.Mickey SextonNovember 4, 1925 – May 13, 2017Mickey Sexton of Sequim, Washington died May 13, 2017. He was born November 4, 1925 in Fort Worth, Texas.He graduated from high school in Wharton, Texas in 1942.He m...

Fact check: GOP's Obamacare obituary is premature - USA TODAY

Monday, March 27, 2017

If nothing else changed they would probably stabilize at a lower level of enrollment,” says Mark V. Pauly, a professor of health care management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.That’s also the judgment of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, which said in its analysis of the House bill to replace Obamacare that the market for individuals to purchase policies “would probably be stable in most areas under either current law or the [GOP replacement] legislation.”Problems, But No ‘Implosion’It’s true that Obamacare — more formally known as the Affordable Care Act — has serious problems. These were summed up by the health insurance lobby itself in a Jan. 24 statement to the House Ways and Means Committee. America’s Health Insurance Plans said, “The challenges facing the individual exchange marketplace – which have been well-documented – include significant increases in average premiums in 2017, fewer health plan choices, and lower-than-expected exchange enrollment and risk pool stability challenges in some states.”On average those signing up for ACA policies have been older, sicker and more expensive to care for than many insurance companies had expected. That has forced companies to raise premiums, and caused some to stop writing ACA marketplace policies altogether.Problems have been particularly acute in Tennessee, for example, where the state’s insurance commissioner, Julie Mix McPeak, said last August that the state’s ACA market was “very near collapse.” Matters have grown worse since, when Humana announced it would cease offering ACA policies in 2018. That would leave people in 16 of the state’s 95 counties without any ACA option next...

John Morris

Monday, February 27, 2017

Fort Lawton, Washington and honorably discharged in 1948. After earning his undergraduate degree, John continued his education and received his M.B.A. from The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance.In 1951, John began his employment with the Central Missouri Trust Company (now Central Bank). He remained there until his retirement in 1988. During his tenure with Central Bank, John furthered his education by attending the A.B.A. Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University and the School of Finance and Public Relations at Northwestern University. John was a senior vice-president at Central, serving as Director of Retail Banking and Director of Marketing. In 1983, he was appointed Chairman of the Missouri Bankers’ Association Marketing Committee. John was always active in the Jefferson City community. He served as chairman of the Cole County Fair and president of the Jefferson City Jaycees, receiving the Jaycee’s Distinguished Service Award as the City’s Outstanding Young Man of 1956. He was a Mason (32nd degree), a member of Post #5 of the American Legion, and a member of the Jefferson City Lion’s Club. John was also active in the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce, serving as its President in 1964 and, later, as the Director Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council. He was on the first Jefferson City Charter Commission. He also served as president of the Memorial Community Hospital Board of Trustees. Additionally, he served on the YMCA Board of Directors, the Advisory Board for the Metro Business College, was a fundraising chairman for the United Way, and was a member of the Cole County Historical Society Board of Directors. From 1975-1987, John served on the Jefferson City Salvation Army Board of Directors, and was president for one of those years. In 1960, John was designated an Honorary Colonel by Governor John M. Dalton. He was a long-time member of the First Presbyterian Church, serving in several capacities, including that of ruling elder. John also served our public schools. He serve...

Mary E. Ganoe - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

She was preceded in death by her son, David Ganoe, Jr., parents Daniel and Hattie McCarty; four brothers Willie, Earnest, Robert and James; and two sisters Ethel Wharton and Lilly Conklin.A service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Eastland United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Eastland United Methodist Church Building Fund, 10718 Courthouse Rd., Spotsylvania, VA 22407.Online guest book at covenantfuneralservice.com.FUNERALSBallinger, G. Miriam: Feb. 7, 1 p.m., Salem Baptist Church, Fredericksburg. Found and Sons Funeral Chapels, Fredericksburg.Beazley, Virginia: Feb. 6, 11 a.m., Bowling Green United Methodist Church. Storke Funeral Home, Bowling Green.Gaines, Sara T.: Feb. 8, 11 a.m., Fairfax Memorial Park, Fairfax. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Ganoe, Mary E.: Feb. 7, 11 a.m., Eastland United Methodist Church. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Mason, Patricia Fay: Feb. 6, 1 p.m., Eastland United Methodist Church, Fredericksburg. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Musselman, James W.: Feb. 7, 11 a.m., Storke Funeral Home, Colonial Beach Chapel. Storke Funeral Home, Colonial Beach.Payne, Willie Mae: Feb. 6, 1 p.m. New Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Washington Funeral Home, Tappahannock.Rose, Don: Feb. 6, 10 a.m., Oak Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg. Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.Wray, Carolyn Brevis: Feb. 9, 11 a.m., Lake of the Woods Church, Locust Grove. Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Funeral homes submit obituaries. Family members who submit obituaries have to pay in advance and provide the funeral home name and phone number. The deadline is 3 p.

LEND A HAND: Holy Spirit Arts and Craft Fair is coming up - Tuscaloosa News (subscription)

Monday, October 24, 2016

We have a lot of talented people and a lot of art here in Tuscaloosa,” Avery said. “As an artist, I understand that not all of them have a venue to show, sell and focus their art.”Crafter Candice Wharton has been showcasing her family’s work in the arts and crafts fair since its inception six years ago. She said the warm atmosphere and hospitality the Ladies Auxiliary shows keeps her coming back each year.“At first I saw the fair as something to do on a weekend, but I fell in love,” Wharton said. “The entire church community comes in to make sure we all feel welcome, and you could not ask for a kinder group of people than the Ladies Auxiliary.”Wharton said she is excited to show the critter quilts she makes with her mother. She said her father, who specializes in metal and iron work, is eager to show the art he has crafted from reclaimed materials.“Tuscaloosa artists are like one big family out to help each other,” Wharton said. “We are all very proud of everything we do and thankful to the Ladies Auxiliary for providing a venue for it.” Holy Spirit Catholic Church is at 733 James I. Harrison Jr. Parkway.