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Applebee Funeral Home

403 Kenwood Ave
Delmar, NY 12054
(518) 439-2715
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Mary Moody

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Bro. Alex Bayes officiating. Burial will be at Hurricane Cemetery.Mrs. Moody was a faithful member of Rogersville Church of Christ.Mrs. Moody was preceded in death by her husband, Delmar Moody; son, Dennis Johns; parents, James Grady and Lodie Bee Smith McClanhan; sisters, Jean Lash and Jane McClanhan; brothers, Buford and Herman McClanhan.Mrs. Moody is survived by her daughter, Vickey Grigsby (Keith); grandchildren, Jared Grigsby (Crystal) and Lindsey Smith (Ryan); sister, Linda Lee Thigpen; brother, Kenneth McClanhan.Pallbearers will be Keith Grigsby, Ryan Smith, Roger Lash, Jared Grigsby, Chris Handeman, and Tyler Oliver.Very special thanks to Lauderdale Christian Nursing Home and Dr. Robert Webb.You are invited to leave condolences at www.elkinsfuneralhome.com.

Dr. Mark James DelMaramo Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

PERRY TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania – Dr. Mark James DelMaramo, age 57, passed to eternal life at UPMC Horizon Hospital in Greenville, Pennsylvania, on Friday, February 3, 2017 after a fierce fight against cancer. He was born on July 15, 1959, in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, the son of Constance and the late James DelMaramo. Mark was a 1977 graduate of Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie and earned his bachelor’s degree from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, his master’s degree from Gannon University and his Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University. On May 13, 1989, he married Brenda Kay Green. In 1989 Mark began his teaching career at Thiel College where he was an English professor for the past 27 years. He was an active member of St. Michael Catholic Church of Greenville and was involved in the Cursillo movement of the Erie Diocese. Mark’s great loves were his family, his faith, teaching, especially his favorite course, History of the Western Humanities and Baltimore Orioles baseball. In 2014, after recovering from his first round of c...

Top 10 stories of 2016 | Local news | kokomotribune.com - Kokomo Tribune

Monday, January 09, 2017

Kokomo is a welcoming and inclusive community.”4. After decades of work, new Kokomo YMCA opensThe new Kokomo YMCA was unveiled early last year after nearly a decade of work.The Delmar E. Demaree Family YMCA officially opened in March. The facility cost $16 million. Demaree, whom the facility is named after, was part of a fundraising effort totaling $5,375,251 in pledges.The City of Kokomo also contributed to the facility, with the city contributing $12.5 million to the project, including $8.5 million in bonds, alongside various public and private donations. Mayor Greg Goodnight stressed the community-wide achievement that is the new YMCA facility.“The financing, design, location, amenities and capital plan were not just a Y project – it was truly a community-led project inspired and carried forth by both individuals and groups that stepped up and committed their personal resources and time,” he said. “They ensured that we, and all future residents of Kokomo, are able to enjoy the best YMCA, or maybe even the best private fit...

Weidner, Leona M. - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

Weidner, Leona M. Nov 16, 1928 - Dec 19, 2016 Preceded in death by parents, George and Marie Humlicek; loving husband, Delmar Weidner; sister, Evelyn Humlicek. Survived by children, Ann (David) Morey, John (Laura) Weidner, James (Mallory) Weidner; granddaughters, Theresa, Camille, Bethany and Kathryn; family and friends. VISITATION Monday, 4-6pm with a Rosary at 5pm at Roeder Mortuary – 108th Street Chapel. FUNERAL MASS Tuesday, 10:30am at St. James Catholic Church, 9025 Larimore Avenue. Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to St. James Catholic Church. ROEDER MORTUARY-108th St. Chapel 2727 North 108th St. 402-496-9000 www.RoederMortuary.com...

Va. memorial honors firefighter, EMS line of duty fallen - Delmarva Daily Times

Monday, December 12, 2016

Accomack County Director of Public Safety Charles R. Pruitt.Rowley, a 44-year-member of Parksley Volunteer Fire Company who also served as chaplain and parlimentarian of the Delmarva Volunteer Firemen's Association, died at age 59 after an illness on Dec. 4, 2013.Rowley was known as the informal custodian of the history of volunteer firefighting on Virginia's Eastern Shore and was often consulted for his knowledge.His depth of knowledge of local firefighting history led to his passion for building a memorial to local volunteer firefighters and rescue workers who died in the line of duty, and he was a member of a committee set up to explore the idea.The memorial design subsequently was developed by that committee, which included members from Accomack and Northampton county volunteer fire departments and the Accomack County Department of Public Safety.Members of the initial committee were Pruitt, who replaced former Public Safety Director Jason Loftus when Loftus moved away from the area; Susan Leonard and Vince Savona, both also of the Accomack County Department of Public Safety; Jim LeCato of Northampton Fire and Rescue; Freddie Matthews of Parksley Volunteer Fire Company and Rowley.A dedication ceremony for the memorial was held on Sunday, Oct. 23 and was attended by around 150 people, Pruitt said. The ceremony among other elements included the 5-5-5 tolling of the bell, an alarm sounded when a firefighter died in the line of duty.The signal is a sign of honor and respect for all who have made the ultimate sacrifice and has become a tradition.The memorial includes as its centerpiece a brick wall with a bronze plaque listing the names and year of death of seven men who lost their lives in the line of duty It is flanked on one side by another plaque inscribed with the EMS Prayer and on the other side with one inscribed with the Fireman's Prayer."I hope we never have to put another one on it," said Pruitt of the central plaque.READ MORE: New Chincoteague firehouse groundbreaking "any time"READ MORE: Gro...

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Mary Moody

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Bro. Alex Bayes officiating. Burial will be at Hurricane Cemetery.Mrs. Moody was a faithful member of Rogersville Church of Christ.Mrs. Moody was preceded in death by her husband, Delmar Moody; son, Dennis Johns; parents, James Grady and Lodie Bee Smith McClanhan; sisters, Jean Lash and Jane McClanhan; brothers, Buford and Herman McClanhan.Mrs. Moody is survived by her daughter, Vickey Grigsby (Keith); grandchildren, Jared Grigsby (Crystal) and Lindsey Smith (Ryan); sister, Linda Lee Thigpen; brother, Kenneth McClanhan.Pallbearers will be Keith Grigsby, Ryan Smith, Roger Lash, Jared Grigsby, Chris Handeman, and Tyler Oliver.Very special thanks to Lauderdale Christian Nursing Home and Dr. Robert Webb.You are invited to leave condolences at www.elkinsfuneralhome.com.

Dr. Mark James DelMaramo Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

PERRY TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania – Dr. Mark James DelMaramo, age 57, passed to eternal life at UPMC Horizon Hospital in Greenville, Pennsylvania, on Friday, February 3, 2017 after a fierce fight against cancer. He was born on July 15, 1959, in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, the son of Constance and the late James DelMaramo. Mark was a 1977 graduate of Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie and earned his bachelor’s degree from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, his master’s degree from Gannon University and his Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University. On May 13, 1989, he married Brenda Kay Green. In 1989 Mark began his teaching career at Thiel College where he was an English professor for the past 27 years. He was an active member of St. Michael Catholic Church of Greenville and was involved in the Cursillo movement of the Erie Diocese. Mark’s great loves were his family, his faith, teaching, especially his favorite course, History of the Western Humanities and Baltimore Orioles baseball. In 2014, after recovering from his first round of c...

Top 10 stories of 2016 | Local news | kokomotribune.com - Kokomo Tribune

Monday, January 09, 2017

Kokomo is a welcoming and inclusive community.”4. After decades of work, new Kokomo YMCA opensThe new Kokomo YMCA was unveiled early last year after nearly a decade of work.The Delmar E. Demaree Family YMCA officially opened in March. The facility cost $16 million. Demaree, whom the facility is named after, was part of a fundraising effort totaling $5,375,251 in pledges.The City of Kokomo also contributed to the facility, with the city contributing $12.5 million to the project, including $8.5 million in bonds, alongside various public and private donations. Mayor Greg Goodnight stressed the community-wide achievement that is the new YMCA facility.“The financing, design, location, amenities and capital plan were not just a Y project – it was truly a community-led project inspired and carried forth by both individuals and groups that stepped up and committed their personal resources and time,” he said. “They ensured that we, and all future residents of Kokomo, are able to enjoy the best YMCA, or maybe even the best private fit...

Weidner, Leona M. - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

Weidner, Leona M. Nov 16, 1928 - Dec 19, 2016 Preceded in death by parents, George and Marie Humlicek; loving husband, Delmar Weidner; sister, Evelyn Humlicek. Survived by children, Ann (David) Morey, John (Laura) Weidner, James (Mallory) Weidner; granddaughters, Theresa, Camille, Bethany and Kathryn; family and friends. VISITATION Monday, 4-6pm with a Rosary at 5pm at Roeder Mortuary – 108th Street Chapel. FUNERAL MASS Tuesday, 10:30am at St. James Catholic Church, 9025 Larimore Avenue. Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to St. James Catholic Church. ROEDER MORTUARY-108th St. Chapel 2727 North 108th St. 402-496-9000 www.RoederMortuary.com...

Va. memorial honors firefighter, EMS line of duty fallen - Delmarva Daily Times

Monday, December 12, 2016

Accomack County Director of Public Safety Charles R. Pruitt.Rowley, a 44-year-member of Parksley Volunteer Fire Company who also served as chaplain and parlimentarian of the Delmarva Volunteer Firemen's Association, died at age 59 after an illness on Dec. 4, 2013.Rowley was known as the informal custodian of the history of volunteer firefighting on Virginia's Eastern Shore and was often consulted for his knowledge.His depth of knowledge of local firefighting history led to his passion for building a memorial to local volunteer firefighters and rescue workers who died in the line of duty, and he was a member of a committee set up to explore the idea.The memorial design subsequently was developed by that committee, which included members from Accomack and Northampton county volunteer fire departments and the Accomack County Department of Public Safety.Members of the initial committee were Pruitt, who replaced former Public Safety Director Jason Loftus when Loftus moved away from the area; Susan Leonard and Vince Savona, both also of the Accomack County Department of Public Safety; Jim LeCato of Northampton Fire and Rescue; Freddie Matthews of Parksley Volunteer Fire Company and Rowley.A dedication ceremony for the memorial was held on Sunday, Oct. 23 and was attended by around 150 people, Pruitt said. The ceremony among other elements included the 5-5-5 tolling of the bell, an alarm sounded when a firefighter died in the line of duty.The signal is a sign of honor and respect for all who have made the ultimate sacrifice and has become a tradition.The memorial includes as its centerpiece a brick wall with a bronze plaque listing the names and year of death of seven men who lost their lives in the line of duty It is flanked on one side by another plaque inscribed with the EMS Prayer and on the other side with one inscribed with the Fireman's Prayer."I hope we never have to put another one on it," said Pruitt of the central plaque.READ MORE: New Chincoteague firehouse groundbreaking "any time"READ MORE: Gro...