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Hope Bard Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

Surviving are her husband of 52 years, Stanley H. Bard, whom she married January 16, 1965; a daughter, Rachel B. Mitchell and her husband Michael of East Dundee, Illinois; a son, David J. Bard and his wife Veronica of San Pedro, California; two sisters, Bethany E. Jolley of Sharon and Pamela L. Persson of Birmingham, Alabama; two grandchildren, Alec R. and Logan W. Neuschaefer both of East Dundee, Illinois. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews.Hope was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Miriam L. Bard; a grandson, Anderson Dale Bard and an infant sister, Mary Jolley.In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Anderson Dale Education Fund. Donations may be made by visiting http://dbimaging.com/anderson/.Calling hours will be 10:00 a.m. until the time of service on Tuesday, February 7 in the J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.Service will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, in the funeral home, with Rabbi Frank Muller, Congregation Rodof Sholom, officiating.Interment at Temple Beth Israel, Farrell.Order Flowers Here Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Margaret L. Bonnell - SaukValley.com

Monday, January 23, 2017

Leffelman of West Brooklyn, and Shawn (Joseph) Myers of Sublette, daughter-in-law, Julie Bonnell of Mendota; 15 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two brothers, George (Mary) Krabbe of East Dundee and Richard (Dorothy) Krabbe of DeKalb; and one sister, Delores (Herb) Plote of Kirkland.She also was preceded in death by her parents; son, Martin Bonnell; three brothers, Vernon "Butch" Krabbe, Kenneth Krabbe, and Edward Krabbe; and one sister, Ruth Neuman.Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, with the rosary recited at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Sublette. Visitation also will be from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church, with the Rev. Randy Fronek officiating. Burial will be at St Mary Cemetery in Sublette. Mihm-Jones Funeral Home in Amboy is handling arrangements.A memorial has been established.Visit thejonesfh.com to send condolences.Previous Page12Next Page Comments...

Wrongful cremation lawsuit settled, funeral home attorney says - Chicago Daily Herald

Monday, January 16, 2017

Laird Funeral Home agreed to pay Timothy Cahill $22,500 under the settlement agreement, with Twin Pines Crematorium of East Dundee paying $7,500, Adam Kreuzer, Laird defense attorney, said Tuesday.Kreuzer said $30,000 is about what it would have cost to defend the lawsuit, which was set for trial in late 2016. Kreuzer said neither Laird nor Twin Pines admitted to any wrongdoing as part of the settlement."Laird did its best in a difficult situation," Kreuzer said. "It was a difficult case for everybody."Cahill sued the Elgin funeral home, the crematorium and the Kane County coroner's office in 2011 for damages in excess of $50,000, saying the entities violated the Illinois Crematory Regulation Act.Cahill, a trucker, argued in his lawsuit that the body of his wife, Helen Cahill, 64, who was struck and killed by a car Nov. 22, 2010 at McLean Boulevard and College Green Drive in Elgin, was cremated when she had wanted to be buried next to her mother in Nashville, Tennessee.Cahill's lawsuit said he was staying with his mother in Davenport, Iowa, and returned home Dec. 1, 2010, on what would have been Helen's 65th birthday to find his home empty. The lawsuit states he went to the funeral home but was not allowed to see...

Asheville area church, faith-based events, late July - Asheville Citizen-Times

Monday, July 25, 2016

Miller Hall at the church. To learn more, visit the event's Facebook page.St. Matthias Episcopal celebrates 150 yearsASHEVILLE - The parishioners of St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 1 Dundee St., will celebrate 150 years of service to God and the community at 3 p.m. July 23.Music will be performed by the St. Matthias String Quartet and the combined choirs of St. Matthias and St. John’s Episcopal Churches. The church is off South Charlotte Street, across from the Public Works building. Rev. Gerald Prickett is the pastor.Summer worship continues at Lake JunaluskaLAKE JUNALUSKA - The Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center has announced a lineup of guest preachers every Sunday through Aug. 7. The Sunday services also feature the Lake Junaluska Singers. The speaker July 17 will be Rev. Amy Coles, assistant to the Bishop, WNC Conference of the United Methodist Church.Worship services start at 10:45 a.m. Sundays in Stuart Auditorium. Holy Communion starts at 6 p.m. on Sundays in Memorial Chapel. Taize services start at 8 p.m. on Mondays in Memorial Chapel.Upcoming guest speakers are: July 24: Harry J. Lyness, UNC evangelist; July 31: Dr. Tony Campolo, renowned author, evangelist and activist from Pennsylvania; Aug. 7: Bishop Larry Goodpaster, residing bishop for WNC.To learn more, call 800-222-4930 or visit lakejunaluska.com.Adult Forum addresses burials, JungHENDERSONVILLE - First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1735 Fifth Ave. W., invites everyone to its weekly Adult Forums from 9-10:15 a.m. Sundays in the Felix Building. To learn more, visit fcchendersonville.org or call 828-692-8630.Upcoming topics include:• July 17: "Planning for Death and Burial with the Earth in Mind." Michele Skeele leads a discussion of sustainability and green choices related to the end of life. Skeele is a death doula and a guide on call with the Center of Life Transitions in Asheville and a local board member for the Funeral Consumers Alliance.• July 24 & 31: "A Matter of Heart," Parts 1 & 2. A two-part film presentation and discussion of "The Extraordinary Journey of C.G. Jung into the Soul of Man." Learn more about this humanist, healer, friend and mentor through rare home movies, archival footage and a wealth of interviews.Gilbert to preach at MontreatMONTREAT - Rev. Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert will preach at 10:30 a.m. July 24 in Anderson Auditorium as part of Montreat Conference Center’s 2016 summer worship series. His sermon title is “Real Presence,” taking as his text Luke 11: 1-13. Gilbert teaches preaching at Howard University School of Divinity.The center also hosts a Sunday night hymn sing in the lobby of Assembly Inn, weekly at 7 p.m. To learn more, visit montreat.org or call 828-669-2911.Oteen Baptist offers patriotic musicASHEVILLE - Oteen Baptist Church, 37 Oteen Church Road, is hosting an evening of patriotic music at 6 p.m. July 24.Featured will be the men’s chorus from Beverly Hills Baptist Church, piano duets by Cindy Blankenship and Becky Wilburn a...

Prosecutors deny Schmelzer statements coerced - Chicago Tribune

Monday, July 25, 2016

Mildred Darrington, in 2014. Darrington's hairdresser called 911 after finding Darrington in her bed with blood near her neck and head. Investigators found no signs of forced entry to her East Dundee home, and no fingerprint or DNA evidence was recovered, according to court documents.The Kane County Major Crimes Task Force joined the investigation and conducted a "large number" of interviews with those connected to Darrington. Schmelzer and his wife, who live in Texas, spoke with detectives while in Kane County for Darrington's funeral. Schmelzer called one detective to indicate he "was planning on coming to see him" the following day, Engerman said.Once at the police department, Schmelzer's wife was interviewed for nearly 90 minutes and agreed to give a DNA sample. Schmelzer's own session began a short time later, with detectives offering him something to drink and pointing out "he was free to leave and he was not under arrest," Engerman's response stated. Over roughly three hours, the conversation ranged in topics from how Schmelzer's family was grieving Darrington to how easy it was to buy guns in Texas to Schmelzer's finances. Detectives also asked Schmelzer about his and his family's schedule before and after Darrington's death, to which Schmelzer mentioned eating at a restaurant the day before his grandmother's death and having a receipt as proof. A short time later, Schmelzer offered an unprompted explanation for an unspecified discrepancy with the receipt followed by the question, "What do you guys know so far?" Engerman's response stated.Over the next half-hour or so, detectives asked Schmelzer about travel routes to and from a work convention he said he attended. The detectives around that point read Schmelzer his rights because they had "more stuff to talk about" with him. Within minutes, Schmelzer said he wouldn't continue without an attorney present, the filing stated."After he invokes his rights, (Schmelzer) tells detectives ... that he spoke with his attorney before 'coming up,' " Engerman stated.To further his point that Schmelzer was not in custody, Engerman noted that a door to the interview room was left open through much of the conversation, that Schmelzer agreed to meet at the police department and drove himself there, and that he was not restrained ...

Asheville area religious events, music, services in July - Asheville Citizen-Times

Monday, July 18, 2016

Miller Hall at the church. To learn more, visit the event's Facebook page.St. Matthias Episcopal celebrates 150 yearsASHEVILLE - The parishioners of St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 1 Dundee St., will celebrate 150 years of service to God and the community at 3 p.m. July 23.Music will be performed by the St. Matthias String Quartet and the combined choirs of St. Matthias and St. John’s Episcopal Churches. The church is off South Charlotte Street, across from the Public Works building. Rev. Gerald Prickett is the pastor.Summer worship continues at Lake JunaluskaLAKE JUNALUSKA - The Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center has announced a lineup of guest preachers every Sunday through Aug. 7. The Sunday services also feature the Lake Junaluska Singers. The speaker July 17 will be Rev. Amy Coles, assistant to the Bishop, WNC Conference of the United Methodist Church.Worship services start at 10:45 a.m. Sundays in Stuart Auditorium. Holy Communion starts at 6 p.m. on Sundays in Memorial Chapel. Taize services start at 8 p.m. on Mondays in Memorial Chapel.Upcoming guest speakers are: July 24: Harry J. Lyness, UNC evangelist; July 31: Dr. Tony Campolo, renowned author, evangelist and activist from Pennsylvania; Aug. 7: Bishop Larry Goodpaster, residing bishop for WNC.To learn more, call 800-222-4930 or visit lakejunaluska.com.Adult Forum addresses burials, JungHENDERSONVILLE - First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1735 Fifth Ave. W., invites everyone to its weekly Adult Forums from 9-10:15 a.m. Sundays in the Felix Building. To learn more, visit fcchendersonville.org or call 828-692-8630.Upcoming topics include:• July 17: "Planning for Death and Burial with the Earth in Mind." Michele Skeele leads a discussion of sustainability and green choices related to the end of life. Skeele is a death doula and a guide on call with the Center of Life Transitions in Asheville and a local board member for the Funeral Consumers Alliance.• July 24 & 31: "A Matter of Heart," Parts 1 & 2. A two-part film presentation and discussion of "The Extraordinary Journey of C.G. Jung into the Soul of Man." Learn more about this humanist, healer, friend and mentor through rare home movies, archival footage and a wealth of interviews.span class="print_...

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Hope Bard Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

Surviving are her husband of 52 years, Stanley H. Bard, whom she married January 16, 1965; a daughter, Rachel B. Mitchell and her husband Michael of East Dundee, Illinois; a son, David J. Bard and his wife Veronica of San Pedro, California; two sisters, Bethany E. Jolley of Sharon and Pamela L. Persson of Birmingham, Alabama; two grandchildren, Alec R. and Logan W. Neuschaefer both of East Dundee, Illinois. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews.Hope was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Miriam L. Bard; a grandson, Anderson Dale Bard and an infant sister, Mary Jolley.In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Anderson Dale Education Fund. Donations may be made by visiting http://dbimaging.com/anderson/.Calling hours will be 10:00 a.m. until the time of service on Tuesday, February 7 in the J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.Service will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, in the funeral home, with Rabbi Frank Muller, Congregation Rodof Sholom, officiating.Interment at Temple Beth Israel, Farrell.Order Flowers Here Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Margaret L. Bonnell - SaukValley.com

Monday, January 23, 2017

Leffelman of West Brooklyn, and Shawn (Joseph) Myers of Sublette, daughter-in-law, Julie Bonnell of Mendota; 15 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two brothers, George (Mary) Krabbe of East Dundee and Richard (Dorothy) Krabbe of DeKalb; and one sister, Delores (Herb) Plote of Kirkland.She also was preceded in death by her parents; son, Martin Bonnell; three brothers, Vernon "Butch" Krabbe, Kenneth Krabbe, and Edward Krabbe; and one sister, Ruth Neuman.Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, with the rosary recited at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Sublette. Visitation also will be from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church, with the Rev. Randy Fronek officiating. Burial will be at St Mary Cemetery in Sublette. Mihm-Jones Funeral Home in Amboy is handling arrangements.A memorial has been established.Visit thejonesfh.com to send condolences.Previous Page12Next Page Comments...

Wrongful cremation lawsuit settled, funeral home attorney says - Chicago Daily Herald

Monday, January 16, 2017

Laird Funeral Home agreed to pay Timothy Cahill $22,500 under the settlement agreement, with Twin Pines Crematorium of East Dundee paying $7,500, Adam Kreuzer, Laird defense attorney, said Tuesday.Kreuzer said $30,000 is about what it would have cost to defend the lawsuit, which was set for trial in late 2016. Kreuzer said neither Laird nor Twin Pines admitted to any wrongdoing as part of the settlement."Laird did its best in a difficult situation," Kreuzer said. "It was a difficult case for everybody."Cahill sued the Elgin funeral home, the crematorium and the Kane County coroner's office in 2011 for damages in excess of $50,000, saying the entities violated the Illinois Crematory Regulation Act.Cahill, a trucker, argued in his lawsuit that the body of his wife, Helen Cahill, 64, who was struck and killed by a car Nov. 22, 2010 at McLean Boulevard and College Green Drive in Elgin, was cremated when she had wanted to be buried next to her mother in Nashville, Tennessee.Cahill's lawsuit said he was staying with his mother in Davenport, Iowa, and returned home Dec. 1, 2010, on what would have been Helen's 65th birthday to find his home empty. The lawsuit states he went to the funeral home but was not allowed to see...

Asheville area church, faith-based events, late July - Asheville Citizen-Times

Monday, July 25, 2016

Miller Hall at the church. To learn more, visit the event's Facebook page.St. Matthias Episcopal celebrates 150 yearsASHEVILLE - The parishioners of St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 1 Dundee St., will celebrate 150 years of service to God and the community at 3 p.m. July 23.Music will be performed by the St. Matthias String Quartet and the combined choirs of St. Matthias and St. John’s Episcopal Churches. The church is off South Charlotte Street, across from the Public Works building. Rev. Gerald Prickett is the pastor.Summer worship continues at Lake JunaluskaLAKE JUNALUSKA - The Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center has announced a lineup of guest preachers every Sunday through Aug. 7. The Sunday services also feature the Lake Junaluska Singers. The speaker July 17 will be Rev. Amy Coles, assistant to the Bishop, WNC Conference of the United Methodist Church.Worship services start at 10:45 a.m. Sundays in Stuart Auditorium. Holy Communion starts at 6 p.m. on Sundays in Memorial Chapel. Taize services start at 8 p.m. on Mondays in Memorial Chapel.Upcoming guest speakers are: July 24: Harry J. Lyness, UNC evangelist; July 31: Dr. Tony Campolo, renowned author, evangelist and activist from Pennsylvania; Aug. 7: Bishop Larry Goodpaster, residing bishop for WNC.To learn more, call 800-222-4930 or visit lakejunaluska.com.Adult Forum addresses burials, JungHENDERSONVILLE - First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1735 Fifth Ave. W., invites everyone to its weekly Adult Forums from 9-10:15 a.m. Sundays in the Felix Building. To learn more, visit fcchendersonville.org or call 828-692-8630.Upcoming topics include:• July 17: "Planning for Death and Burial with the Earth in Mind." Michele Skeele leads a discussion of sustainability and green choices related to the end of life. Skeele is a death doula and a guide on call with the Center of Life Transitions in Asheville and a local board member for the Funeral Consumers Alliance.• July 24 & 31: "A Matter of Heart," Parts 1 & 2. A two-part film presentation and discussion of "The Extraordinary Journey of C.G. Jung into the Soul of Man." Learn more about this humanist, healer, friend and mentor through rare home movies, archival footage and a wealth of interviews.Gilbert to preach at MontreatMONTREAT - Rev. Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert will preach at 10:30 a.m. July 24 in Anderson Auditorium as part of Montreat Conference Center’s 2016 summer worship series. His sermon title is “Real Presence,” taking as his text Luke 11: 1-13. Gilbert teaches preaching at Howard University School of Divinity.The center also hosts a Sunday night hymn sing in the lobby of Assembly Inn, weekly at 7 p.m. To learn more, visit montreat.org or call 828-669-2911.Oteen Baptist offers patriotic musicASHEVILLE - Oteen Baptist Church, 37 Oteen Church Road, is hosting an evening of patriotic music at 6 p.m. July 24.Featured will be the men’s chorus from Beverly Hills Baptist Church, piano duets by Cindy Blankenship and Becky Wilburn a...

Prosecutors deny Schmelzer statements coerced - Chicago Tribune

Monday, July 25, 2016

Mildred Darrington, in 2014. Darrington's hairdresser called 911 after finding Darrington in her bed with blood near her neck and head. Investigators found no signs of forced entry to her East Dundee home, and no fingerprint or DNA evidence was recovered, according to court documents.The Kane County Major Crimes Task Force joined the investigation and conducted a "large number" of interviews with those connected to Darrington. Schmelzer and his wife, who live in Texas, spoke with detectives while in Kane County for Darrington's funeral. Schmelzer called one detective to indicate he "was planning on coming to see him" the following day, Engerman said.Once at the police department, Schmelzer's wife was interviewed for nearly 90 minutes and agreed to give a DNA sample. Schmelzer's own session began a short time later, with detectives offering him something to drink and pointing out "he was free to leave and he was not under arrest," Engerman's response stated. Over roughly three hours, the conversation ranged in topics from how Schmelzer's family was grieving Darrington to how easy it was to buy guns in Texas to Schmelzer's finances. Detectives also asked Schmelzer about his and his family's schedule before and after Darrington's death, to which Schmelzer mentioned eating at a restaurant the day before his grandmother's death and having a receipt as proof. A short time later, Schmelzer offered an unprompted explanation for an unspecified discrepancy with the receipt followed by the question, "What do you guys know so far?" Engerman's response stated.Over the next half-hour or so, detectives asked Schmelzer about travel routes to and from a work convention he said he attended. The detectives around that point read Schmelzer his rights because they had "more stuff to talk about" with him. Within minutes, Schmelzer said he wouldn't continue without an attorney present, the filing stated."After he invokes his rights, (Schmelzer) tells detectives ... that he spoke with his attorney before 'coming up,' " Engerman stated.To further his point that Schmelzer was not in custody, Engerman noted that a door to the interview room was left open through much of the conversation, that Schmelzer agreed to meet at the police department and drove himself there, and that he was not restrained ...

Asheville area religious events, music, services in July - Asheville Citizen-Times

Monday, July 18, 2016

Miller Hall at the church. To learn more, visit the event's Facebook page.St. Matthias Episcopal celebrates 150 yearsASHEVILLE - The parishioners of St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 1 Dundee St., will celebrate 150 years of service to God and the community at 3 p.m. July 23.Music will be performed by the St. Matthias String Quartet and the combined choirs of St. Matthias and St. John’s Episcopal Churches. The church is off South Charlotte Street, across from the Public Works building. Rev. Gerald Prickett is the pastor.Summer worship continues at Lake JunaluskaLAKE JUNALUSKA - The Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center has announced a lineup of guest preachers every Sunday through Aug. 7. The Sunday services also feature the Lake Junaluska Singers. The speaker July 17 will be Rev. Amy Coles, assistant to the Bishop, WNC Conference of the United Methodist Church.Worship services start at 10:45 a.m. Sundays in Stuart Auditorium. Holy Communion starts at 6 p.m. on Sundays in Memorial Chapel. Taize services start at 8 p.m. on Mondays in Memorial Chapel.Upcoming guest speakers are: July 24: Harry J. Lyness, UNC evangelist; July 31: Dr. Tony Campolo, renowned author, evangelist and activist from Pennsylvania; Aug. 7: Bishop Larry Goodpaster, residing bishop for WNC.To learn more, call 800-222-4930 or visit lakejunaluska.com.Adult Forum addresses burials, JungHENDERSONVILLE - First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1735 Fifth Ave. W., invites everyone to its weekly Adult Forums from 9-10:15 a.m. Sundays in the Felix Building. To learn more, visit fcchendersonville.org or call 828-692-8630.Upcoming topics include:• July 17: "Planning for Death and Burial with the Earth in Mind." Michele Skeele leads a discussion of sustainability and green choices related to the end of life. Skeele is a death doula and a guide on call with the Center of Life Transitions in Asheville and a local board member for the Funeral Consumers Alliance.• July 24 & 31: "A Matter of Heart," Parts 1 & 2. A two-part film presentation and discussion of "The Extraordinary Journey of C.G. Jung into the Soul of Man." Learn more about this humanist, healer, friend and mentor through rare home movies, archival footage and a wealth of interviews.span class="print_...