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Calvary St Patrick Cemetery Inc

501 Fairview Street
Johnson City, NY 13790
(607) 797-2906
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Floral Park Cemetery Superintendent

104 Burbank Avenue
Johnson City, NY 13790
(607) 797-4214
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J.F. Rice Funeral Home

150 Main St.
Johnson City, NY 13790
(607) 797-5514
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June Curry McCarty (1921-2017) - Hays Free Press

Monday, March 06, 2017

Central Texas and had a son, Johnny Lynn and a daughter, Lynda June. June was extremely involved with her children. She served on PTA boards at the children’s schools in San Antonio, Johnson City and Dripping Springs and served as President of the Tri-County Council. She was a Charter Member of the LBJ Hospital Auxiliary, Charter Member and first President of the Henly Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. With her kids grown and gone, June went to work for the Hill Country Senior Citizen’s Apartments in Dripping Springs, TX as the manager. She was involved in the origination of the Dripping Springs Public Library, the Bluebonnet Auxiliary and the Hill Country Care Facility. June was extremely active in her Church, Henly Baptist. She taught Sunday School for 28 years, and was the song leader for 35. June lived a very full life, dedicating much of it to the service of others. Miss June, as so many called her, gracefully touched the lives of everyone she met. June was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Lillian Williams, her first husband, Wayman E. Curry, her son, Johnny Lynn McCarty and her second husband, Lynn McCarty. June is survived by her son Wayman Curry and wife Janet, her daughter Lynda Turley and husband Lou, a grandson Troy Curry and a granddaughter Callie Turley and fiancé Jason Taylor. Great grandsons Kyle and Kade Curry. Pallbearers will be Don McCarty, Bill Gravenor, Barry McNair, Troy Curry, Kyle Curry and Kade Curry. Memorial contributions may be made to the Henly Baptist Church or to the Hill Country Care Bluebonnet Auxiliary.

Jackie Blanchard - Murfreesboro Post

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Michael Blanchard; three sons, Michael T. Blanchard and his wife Chelsea of Murfreesboro, Christopher G. Blanchard of Murfreesboro, and Nicholas R. Blanchard of Johnson City, TN; one granddaughter, Jocelyn Nicole Blanchard; mother, Iris Hounslow of Penticton, BC, Canada; two sisters, Teri Hounslow of Home Valley, WA, Georgina Hensel and her husband Al of Minneapolis, MN; two brothers, Gary Hounslow and his wife Cheryl of Prescott, AZ and Corey Hounslow and his wife Keri of Penticton; and several nieces and nephews.Visitation with the family will be Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017 from 1 until 2 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017 at 2 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel.An online guestbook is available for the family at www.woodfinchapel.com. Woodfin Memorial Chapel, (615) 893-5151.

Fry, Mary Bell - Dothan Eagle

Monday, February 06, 2017

Leo and John Rollins. Survivors include her husband Richard Dane Fry, Eufaula; a son, Chris Barnes, Eufaula; two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Mike Levy, Cary NC, and Miyoshi and O.J. Gardner, Johnson City, TN; a sister, Donna Rollins Robertson, Ray Town, MO; four grandchildren, Megan Weiland, Amy Miller, Rachel Levy-Culler and Sara Levy and five great grandchildren, Molly Carlson, Jackson Walker, Alessandra Miller, Addison Miller and Oliver Weiland. Asked to serve as pallbearers were Chris Barnes, Mike Levy, Jim Weiland and James Young. The family accepted flowers or suggested donations be made to the Barbour County Pregnancy Resource Center or Parkview Christian School and the address for both is 604 S. Eufaula Ave., Eufaula, AL 36072.

In 1948, local funeral director took direct aim at 'The Life of Riley' - Johnson City Press (subscription)

Monday, January 16, 2017

In May 1948, Morris called attention to the insensitivity of the program with an editorial in the Johnson City Press-Chronicle that was sent to the popular radio program. In part, it said:"Throughout my long tenure of service, "said Mr. Morris, "it has never been my desire to make light of death or its accompanying grief, and I confidently feel that if this well-known punster were to suffer poignant grief, he would without hesitation seek another means of livelihood.""Twixt you and me, ‘Dig,’ death is never funny, nor, in the human circumstances of deep sorrow, can funeral service ever be considered festive or jovial."In all fairness, Mr. Digby, we put to you the case of a family suffering bereavement. Not an exceptional case of some overly sensitive family issue, but the typical family of average, decent Americans. They recently lost, let us say, their elderly mother. To keep the case entirely fair to you, let us think of this family, not in their first poignancy employing grief, but some weeks after the funeral."Picture this scenario: This family is still in the phase of adjustment and transition. They're slowly, very slowly beginning to find their way back into normal paths of life they'd known before the shock of their recent heartbreak. They are seated in their home on any given Saturday evening, trying as best they can to comfort one another, seeking any seemly diversion that may bring some sense of sorrow in their hearts."Someone turns on the radio, and all of a sudden without the slightest warning, comes Digger "Digby" O'Dell, the friendly undertaker" to the microphone. Before you know it, you have been exposed to a pointed pun, or play on words that conjures up a cold, hard, callous, grim allusion to man's physical mor...

Funeral arrangements set in Johnson City for Reverend Dr. Ed Taylor - WJHL

Monday, December 26, 2016

JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) – Family friends say a funeral service is scheduled this weekend for a beloved reverend who was killed last week in the wildfire outbreak in Sevier County.Services for Reverend Dr. Ed Taylor is scheduled for this Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Appalachian Funeral Home in Johnson City.Family will receive friends on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.Taylor was found dead outside his home after suffering from smoke inhalation.Taylor, 85, was a World War II veteran and is originally from Johnson City. He lived in Gatlinburg since 1978.A total of 14 people were killed in the wildfires.Family requests condolences to be sent to:Gatlinburg ChapelsC/o Reverend Ed Taylor’s family209 Reagan DriveGatlinburg, TN 37738 See also: Rev. Ed Taylor found dead after Gatlinburg firesShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

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June Curry McCarty (1921-2017) - Hays Free Press

Monday, March 06, 2017

Central Texas and had a son, Johnny Lynn and a daughter, Lynda June. June was extremely involved with her children. She served on PTA boards at the children’s schools in San Antonio, Johnson City and Dripping Springs and served as President of the Tri-County Council. She was a Charter Member of the LBJ Hospital Auxiliary, Charter Member and first President of the Henly Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. With her kids grown and gone, June went to work for the Hill Country Senior Citizen’s Apartments in Dripping Springs, TX as the manager. She was involved in the origination of the Dripping Springs Public Library, the Bluebonnet Auxiliary and the Hill Country Care Facility. June was extremely active in her Church, Henly Baptist. She taught Sunday School for 28 years, and was the song leader for 35. June lived a very full life, dedicating much of it to the service of others. Miss June, as so many called her, gracefully touched the lives of everyone she met. June was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Lillian Williams, her first husband, Wayman E. Curry, her son, Johnny Lynn McCarty and her second husband, Lynn McCarty. June is survived by her son Wayman Curry and wife Janet, her daughter Lynda Turley and husband Lou, a grandson Troy Curry and a granddaughter Callie Turley and fiancé Jason Taylor. Great grandsons Kyle and Kade Curry. Pallbearers will be Don McCarty, Bill Gravenor, Barry McNair, Troy Curry, Kyle Curry and Kade Curry. Memorial contributions may be made to the Henly Baptist Church or to the Hill Country Care Bluebonnet Auxiliary.

Jackie Blanchard - Murfreesboro Post

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Michael Blanchard; three sons, Michael T. Blanchard and his wife Chelsea of Murfreesboro, Christopher G. Blanchard of Murfreesboro, and Nicholas R. Blanchard of Johnson City, TN; one granddaughter, Jocelyn Nicole Blanchard; mother, Iris Hounslow of Penticton, BC, Canada; two sisters, Teri Hounslow of Home Valley, WA, Georgina Hensel and her husband Al of Minneapolis, MN; two brothers, Gary Hounslow and his wife Cheryl of Prescott, AZ and Corey Hounslow and his wife Keri of Penticton; and several nieces and nephews.Visitation with the family will be Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017 from 1 until 2 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017 at 2 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel.An online guestbook is available for the family at www.woodfinchapel.com. Woodfin Memorial Chapel, (615) 893-5151.

Fry, Mary Bell - Dothan Eagle

Monday, February 06, 2017

Leo and John Rollins. Survivors include her husband Richard Dane Fry, Eufaula; a son, Chris Barnes, Eufaula; two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Mike Levy, Cary NC, and Miyoshi and O.J. Gardner, Johnson City, TN; a sister, Donna Rollins Robertson, Ray Town, MO; four grandchildren, Megan Weiland, Amy Miller, Rachel Levy-Culler and Sara Levy and five great grandchildren, Molly Carlson, Jackson Walker, Alessandra Miller, Addison Miller and Oliver Weiland. Asked to serve as pallbearers were Chris Barnes, Mike Levy, Jim Weiland and James Young. The family accepted flowers or suggested donations be made to the Barbour County Pregnancy Resource Center or Parkview Christian School and the address for both is 604 S. Eufaula Ave., Eufaula, AL 36072.

In 1948, local funeral director took direct aim at 'The Life of Riley' - Johnson City Press (subscription)

Monday, January 16, 2017

In May 1948, Morris called attention to the insensitivity of the program with an editorial in the Johnson City Press-Chronicle that was sent to the popular radio program. In part, it said:"Throughout my long tenure of service, "said Mr. Morris, "it has never been my desire to make light of death or its accompanying grief, and I confidently feel that if this well-known punster were to suffer poignant grief, he would without hesitation seek another means of livelihood.""Twixt you and me, ‘Dig,’ death is never funny, nor, in the human circumstances of deep sorrow, can funeral service ever be considered festive or jovial."In all fairness, Mr. Digby, we put to you the case of a family suffering bereavement. Not an exceptional case of some overly sensitive family issue, but the typical family of average, decent Americans. They recently lost, let us say, their elderly mother. To keep the case entirely fair to you, let us think of this family, not in their first poignancy employing grief, but some weeks after the funeral."Picture this scenario: This family is still in the phase of adjustment and transition. They're slowly, very slowly beginning to find their way back into normal paths of life they'd known before the shock of their recent heartbreak. They are seated in their home on any given Saturday evening, trying as best they can to comfort one another, seeking any seemly diversion that may bring some sense of sorrow in their hearts."Someone turns on the radio, and all of a sudden without the slightest warning, comes Digger "Digby" O'Dell, the friendly undertaker" to the microphone. Before you know it, you have been exposed to a pointed pun, or play on words that conjures up a cold, hard, callous, grim allusion to man's physical mor...

Funeral arrangements set in Johnson City for Reverend Dr. Ed Taylor - WJHL

Monday, December 26, 2016

JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) – Family friends say a funeral service is scheduled this weekend for a beloved reverend who was killed last week in the wildfire outbreak in Sevier County.Services for Reverend Dr. Ed Taylor is scheduled for this Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Appalachian Funeral Home in Johnson City.Family will receive friends on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.Taylor was found dead outside his home after suffering from smoke inhalation.Taylor, 85, was a World War II veteran and is originally from Johnson City. He lived in Gatlinburg since 1978.A total of 14 people were killed in the wildfires.Family requests condolences to be sent to:Gatlinburg ChapelsC/o Reverend Ed Taylor’s family209 Reagan DriveGatlinburg, TN 37738 See also: Rev. Ed Taylor found dead after Gatlinburg firesShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...