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Obituary for April 24, 2017 - Baker City Herald

Monday, May 01, 2017

Deborah TaylorFormer Baker City resident, 1954-2017 Deborah Lorene Hall Taylor, 63, of Hendersonville, North Carolina, a former Baker City resident, died April 6, 2017. There will be no service. Born to Cleo Bartlett Hall and James Hall on Jan. 26, 1954, Deborah grew to be the best daughter, sister, wife, mother and grandmother anyone could have, her family said. Deborah previously lived at Pahrump, Nevada; Boise; and Baker City. She will be truly missed by all those who loved her, including her two shih tzu puppies that she adored. She was of the Christian faith. Deborah was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Michael Taylor; and her parents. Survivors include her daughter, Tabitha (Jon) Altorfer of Hendersonville, North Carolina; son, Casey (Tina) Taylor of Pahrump, Nevada; sister, Gloria Brewer of Boise; five granddaughters, Taylor (Joe) Abenante of Hendersonville, North Carolina; Haley Altorfer of Hendersonville, North Carolina; Abigail Taylor of Florida; Annabelle Taylor of Baker City; Chloe Taylor of Pahrump, Nevada; grandsons, Josh Altorfer of Hendersonville, North C

Briefly The Wire - The Register-Guard

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tacoma. No funeral date is set, but Stevens said the Celtics plan to attend. Agent pleads guilty to giving benefits HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — A former NFL agent has pleaded guilty to violating North Carolina’s sports agent law by providing thousands of dollars in improper benefits to three former Tar Heels football players to entice them into signing contracts with him.Terry Watson, 43, of Marietta, Ga., entered his plea Monday afternoon in a deal to resolve 3½-year-old felony charges. Watson received 30 months of probation and a $5,000 fine, while Judge Graham Shirley issued a suspended jail sentence of six to eight months.Watson pleaded guilty to the 13 counts of athlete-agent inducement for providing roughly $24,000 in cash and travel accommodations to eventual NFL players Robert Quinn, Marvin Austin and Greg Little in 2010. Berdych advances at Monte Carlo MONTE CARLO, Monaco — Tomas Berdych needed two hours and three sets to overcome strong resistance from Russian qualifier Andrey Kuznetsov and reach the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters on Monday.All six seeded players in action at the first big clay-court event of the season progressed to the second round: No. 12 Robert Bautista Agut, No. 13 Pablo Carreno Busta, No. 14 Alexander Zverev, No. 15 Albert Ramos-Vinolas, and No. 16 Pablo Cuevas. — News service reportsRead more #(##class(csp.rg.assets.methods.category).catName(gStory.story.subCategoryId))# articles here.-- More Briefly articles »

John Hinkle

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Virginia Tech in 1957 through his G.I. Bill. John worked with Graves Construction; T.C. Britton; Creative Construction; and J.H. Fralin & Son in the Roanoke area as well as various parts of North Carolina and Virginia. He built several tower installations for the C & P Telephone Company, as well as schools and business buildings in and around the Roanoke area. He is a Master Mason of the East Gate Lodge 216 AF & AM based in Cumberland, Maryland. He was also a member of The Scottish Rite Valley of Cumberland and The Kazim Temple of Richmond. John was an avid hunter, fisherman, shooter, and conservationist. He was a life member of the American Trap Shooting Association, a member of The Single Action Shooting (SASS), a former member of The International Brotherhood of Single Action Revolvers (ISBAR), a member of Isaac Walton League, as well as American Legion Post 03 and VFW Post 1264, and an endowment life member of the NRA. He organized the Big Lick Long Rifles who are still active and shoot at a Floyd, Virginia range. His muzzle-loading rifles that he designed from a block of wood can attest to his woodworking skills. John and Lois loved fishing from their off-shore boat, the “Osie Ain” in the Chesapeake Bay area. After selling the big boat, they downsized to smaller fishing boats and spent many happy weekends with his dedicated fishing partner, Jack Reynolds, from Richmond. His God-given talent, working with wood, will be his legacy at College Lutheran Church in Salem where he has been a long time member. His unique portable altar stands in the church chapel along with his creative candle sticks, crosses, easels, and church directional signs. The beautifully designed baptismal font, representing the Triune God, is placed in the center of the church nave in loving memory of his parents, Raymond and Leah Hinkle. John was a cancer survivor. He endured many operations as a result of his disease, he later developed COPD. He jokingly said he was a “graduating member of Goo

Patsy Cowgill

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.Patsy was born August 29, 1940 in Erwin, North Carolina to Robert Lee Long and Ruby Margaret (King) Long and passed away Saturday, April 1, 2017 in Enid. She married J.W. Cowgill on August 23, 1988 in Sumter, South Carolina and they moved to Waukomis where they made their home for 15 years before returning to North Carolina so Patsy could care for her ailing mother. After her mother passed away, Patsy and J.W. returned to Nescatunga where they made their permanent home. She loved to go camping and fishing at the Salt Plains Lake and Ft. Fisher in North Carolina. She and J.W. loved to go dancing, spend time with their friends and family, and her beloved cocker spaniel Tucker.Patsy is preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Ruby Long; and brother, Bobby Long. She is survived by her husband, J.W. Cowgill, of the home in Nescatunga; daughter, Susie Baker, of Stillwater, OK; brother, John Long, of Fayetteville, NC; a nephew, Johnny Long, Jr., of Hope Mills, NC; and her cocker spaniel, Tucker.Memorials in Patsy’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at

Arthur Jay VanVleet - Palladium-Item

Monday, April 03, 2017

Heroin is Here" organization.Survivors include his children, Alan C. (Emmanuelle) VanVleet of Pennsylvania, Eric L. (Linda) VanVleet of Richmond, and Karen L VanVleet of North Carolina; grandchildren, Erin, Taylor, Maddy, Shannon and Brad; great-grandchildren, Rogan, Sullivan, Drew, Bryn, Jack, Lauren and Addison; nieces and nephews.A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 31, 2017, at First Presbyterian Church with Pastor Ron Naylor officiating. Visitation will be held immediately after the service.  Stegall-Berheide-Orr Funeral Home is handling arrangements.Memorial contributions may be made to: First Presbyterian Church, 100 North 10th Street, Richmond, IN 47374. Condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at or Share this story:

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Jack H. Pullium, Jr. Obituary -

Monday, May 01, 2017

Becker, Ian Jones and his fiancée Anastasia Klotz and Alexa Jones; his great-grandchildren, Ava, SaraLee, Peyton, Grayson and Bella and his sister, Roxie Schmidt and her husband, Ted, of Southport, North Carolina.He was preceded in death by his mother, Ruth J. Foltz; his stepfather, Harold Foltz and by his son, Jack H. Pullium III.A private service for his family and close friends will be held at a later date.Expressions of sympathy may be left for his family at suggested by his family, memorial contributions can be made to the Scholarship Fund of Vienna-Mathews Alumni Association (or) to the choice of the donor.Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air April 24 at the following approximate times:12:25 p.m. WKBN, 6:58 p.m. on MyYTV and 10:37 p.m. FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement

Sara Edith (Skippy) Tompkins Swanger Pittman obituary - Port St. Joe Star

Monday, May 01, 2017

Sara Edith (Skippy) Tompkins Swanger Pittman died April 15, 2017 at the Haven at Highland Creek Dementia Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was, and is, much loved and will be greatly missed.She was born October 21, 1931 in Manatee, Florida to the late Dewey Tompkins and Daisy Geiger Tompkins.Skippy was a full-time homemaker most of her adult life but also served as a house parent at the Alabama Boy’s Ranch and the Presbyterian Children’s Home in Talladega, Alabama. She loved gardening, cooking, sewing, swimming, fishing, thrift shopping, pretty clothes, good friends but her family most of all. She was a Christian and worshiped with St Mary’s Episcopal Church in Childersburg, Alabama and later with St. James Episcopal Church in Port St. Joe, Florida.Survivors include her husband Ralph Pittman of Port St. Joe, Florida; daughter Debra Swanger Justice and her husband Russell Justice of Huntersville, North Carolina; son David B. Swanger and his wife Barbara Scott of Auburn, Alabama; sister Barbara Brown of Moore Haven, Florida; brother Giles Tompkins and wife Darlene Tompkins of Fort Myers, Florida; sister

Gregory Alan Cox - Palladium-Item

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Atlanta, Georgia, and their mother, Kimberly Ann Eikenberry Cox of Liberty, Indiana; granddaughters, Olivia, Kyleigh, McKenzie, and Lila; mother, Irene Cox of Richmond; sister, Gerene Cox of Durham, North Carolina; brother, Dale Cox of Richmond; several aunts, uncles, and cousins; and many friends, including longtime companion, Judy Abner of Richmond.He was preceded in death by his father and grandson, Jerry W. Weiss.Visitation for Gregory Alan Cox will be from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at Doan & Mills Funeral Home, 790 National Road West, Richmond. Funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, April 20, 2017, at Doan & Mills Funeral Home with Rev. H. Lynn Seagraves officiating. Burial will be in Elkhorn Cemetery.Condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at or Share this story:

ADVERTISEMENTS - Pickens County Courier

Monday, April 03, 2017

Navy during World War II. After the service, he pursued a theological degree from Owosso Bible College and also Southern Pilgrim College.Rev. Smith pastored churches in South Carolina, Alabama and North Carolina for 50+ years.Homer’s greatest hobby was repairing bicycles. He was known for spendingcountless hours restoring bikes that would be given to underprivileged children at Christmas time. For his dedication and service he was given a key to the City of Easley by Mayor Larry Bagwell. He also was an avid golfer.He was a member of Rock Springs Baptist Church and the Anchor Sunday School Class.Surviving are his loving, devoted wife of 69 years, Montez Masters Smith; two sons, Mitchell Randall Smith (Peggy) of Easley, and Terry Dean Smith (Jill), of Duncan; a daughter, Maria Smith Arms and (Donald), of Greer; seven grandchildren, Missy Little (Ernie), Brandi Brooks (Scott), Wesley Smith (Melissa), Jessie Smith, Cacie Smith, Marisa Southard (Hugh), and Megan Arms; eight great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter; and a step sister, Helen Murphy, of Easley. Homer is also survived by his sister-in-law, Edith Smith; and his brother-in-law, Heyward Masters.In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brothers, Reverend J. D. Smith, Reverend Howard Smith, Melton Smith, and the Reverend Elmer Smith.Funeral services were held March 27 in the Chapel of Robinson Funeral Home, Powdersville Road with burial fo

Jack Amos - The Mountaineer

Monday, April 03, 2017

Greensboro and was the owner and operator of an  outdoor recreation and camping business in Maggie Valley for several years. He was also very involved in the real estate industry and was a licensed North Carolina real estate broker. Jack was a friend to everyone and we shall always treasure the memory of his fun loving personality and his great love for his family.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Adina “Tootsy” Morgan Amos, who passed away in 2005; a brother, Sewell Dean Amos; a nephew, Terry Dean Amos; and a niece, Rue Ann Amos Ross.Left to cherish his memory are his brother, LaRue Amos and his wife, Bobbie of Decatur, Alabama; a sister, Jo Ann Amos Grasty and her husband, Bill, of Richmond, Virginia; a niece, Sandra Amos Pressley and her husband, Dean, of Canton; and many other nieces and nephews.To honor the request of Mr. Amos, no formal funeral services will be held.Crawford / Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored to be caring for the Amos family and words of comfort may be shared at