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Chiles and Sons Laman Funeral Homes Bluffton Chapel

239 South Main Street
Bluffton, OH 45817
(419) 358-2051
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Deaths Summary for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 13, 2017

Hull, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home. MOORER, Annabelle, 74, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home. ElsewhereBOHNSACK, David Wayne, 60, of Bluffton, died Saturday. Arrangements by Charleston Cremation Center and Funeral Home.CLISSOLD, John Richardson, 86, of Kill Devil Hills, N.C., formerly of Mount Pleasant, S.C., an Army veteran, American Optical retiree and widower of Bettye Jean Branch Clissold, died Saturday. Arrangements by Twiford Funeral Home of Manteo, N.C. FOY, Freddie, 60, of Marion, a licensed plumber and husband of Demetrius Malloy Foy, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Awendaw Chapel. JACKSON, Geneva 71, of Yemassee, widow of Eddie Jackson, died Monday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.MAIRE, John Mark, Sr., 78, of Battle Creek, Mich. died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston. S.C. PARNELL, Lillian Henrietta Sports, 86, of Jonesboro, Ga., formerly of Summerville, S.C., a homemaker and widow of Charles E. Parnell Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by Moody-Daniel Funeral Home of Zebulon, Ga. SWENSON, Pauline Masters, 77, of Beaufort, an artist, owner-operator of Polly Swenson's Studio and wife of Carter Swenson, died Thursday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home. ...

Deaths for Feb. 28, 2017 - Utica Observer Dispatch

Monday, March 06, 2017

Myslinski, Karboski & Nunn Funeral Directors, Utica.Burlison, Daryl S., 45, of Verona Beach, died February 26, 2017. Arrangements by Ironside Funeral Home Inc., Oneida.Champoux, David H., 68, of Bluffton, SC, died February 23, 2017. Arrangements by Sauls Funeral Home, Bluffton, SC.Cook, Leah Eileen, 90, of Starkville, died February 24, 2017. Arrangements by J. Seaton McGrath Funeral Home, Richfield Springs.Dober, S. Robert "Bob," 71, of Sherrills Ford, NC, died February 21, 2017. Arrangements by Cavin-Cook Funeral Home, Mooresville, NC.French, Barbara Ann, 75, of Winston-Salem, NC, died February 22, 2017. Arrangements by Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home Inc., Winston-Salem, NC.Greer, Elizabeth (Ford), 93, of Deerfield, died February 24, 2017. Arrangements by Eannace Funeral Home Inc., Utica.Harvey, Keith Meeker, 77, of Sherburne, died February 24, 2017. Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Sherburne.Hosler, Leslie "Les," Sr., 86, of Ilion, died February 26, 2017. Arrangements by Applegate-Day & Enea Family Funeral Home, Ilion.Johnson, Grant E., 83, of New Hartford, died February 27, 2017. Arrangements by Dimbleby, Friedel, Williams & Edmunds Funeral Home, New Hartford.Mancuso, Mary C. (Fusco), 96, of New Hartford, died February 25, 2017. Arrangements by Eannace Funeral Home Inc., ...

Deaths Summary for Saturday, February 18, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 06, 2017

Special Needs, died Thursday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Andrews Chapel.TILLMAN, Eleanor Ward Purdy Gregory, 77, of Beaufort, widow of Bobby J. Tillman, died Thursday. Arrangements by Sauls' Bluffton Chapel.

Lisa Chastain

Monday, November 28, 2016

September 26, 1986 in Marietta, Georgia a daughter of Diane Mary Mrus.Lisa grew up in Hilton Head, South Carolina and enjoyed horseback riding and the beach when she was younger. She graduated from Bluffton High School in Bluffton, South Carolina and later graduated with a Bachelor’s of Art in Anthropology and Sociology from Berry College in Rome, Georgia. While in college she studied a semester in Florence, Italy and loved learning about their culture and art.A resident of Jefferson City for the past two years, Lisa was employed with the Missouri State Museum in the Capitol and enjoyed sharing her passion of history with others. She actively sought partnerships within the community in an effort to increase local visibility and helped develop a new system for the traveling exhibition component of the museum. Lisa had been employed as a curator with McMimm County Living Heritage Museum in Athens, Tennessee and later with the Museum at 5ive Points in Cleveland, Tennessee. She was recently elected to the board of the Missouri Association of Museum and Archives. She served on the board of the Jefferson City Downtown Association and Missouri State Park Employee Association.Lisa loved being around people and was an avid reader. She was an extremely creative person and enjoyed making the exhibits look in...

Family remembers Bluffton teen killed in weekend crash - WJCL News

Monday, September 19, 2016

Bluffton, SC —Friends and family of 18-year-old Chrissy Barrett shared memories of the teen's life and personality Monday afternoon. Barrett died Saturday morning in a single vehicle crash on Bluffton Parkway. The driver of the vehicle survived, but Chrissy died when the car left the road and crashed into the trees.Advertisement"Chrissy was the buffer," said Valerie Barrett, Chrissy's mother. "She wanted to make everybody happy. She loved people and she didn't want anyone being unhappy."Now her mother Valerie and older sister Tabitha are forced to adjust to life without Chrissy, a girl they described as fun-loving and happy."She'd go out of her way to find one of her friends that was unhappy and take her to lunch to make her feel better," said Barrett.Now the family is using memories like that one to remain positive for Chrissy. The family is considering a New Orleans style funeral with bright colors and a celebratory atmosphere. Chrissy's mom told WJCL News she hopes her friends show...

Let your praise grow for our hero farmers - Island Packet

Monday, September 19, 2016

I am a perfect example as a tomato grower ... just joking. I have yet to produce a beautiful, glorious, delicious red orb.When we arrived in Bluffton, almost every yard contained some sort of garden, flowers and vegetables. People grew vegetables they needed for daily consumption, and one ate only what was in season.Now, there are only a small handful of local gardens left in Bluffton.Cahill’s farm and restaurant is one wonderful exception, a wonderful treat on the outskirts of Bluffton. It is a true farm-to-table spot, and the folks there really do serve the vegetables they have picked that day. Their loyal customers love the whole experience seven days a week.American farmers, and those around the world, who years ago fed far fewer people now must produce much more food for a larger population. Produce must travel a much longer distance and arrive at its destination looking beautiful and unblemished. GMOs were approved so that food can be produced safely and sustainably, all the while preserving our natural resources.Seventy-five percent of our processed foods contain GMOs. According to a spokesperson for Monsanto, there has not been a single health issue since studies began in the 1980s. The majority of GMO crops are corn, soybeans, cottonseed and sugar bee...

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Deaths Summary for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 13, 2017

Hull, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home. MOORER, Annabelle, 74, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home. ElsewhereBOHNSACK, David Wayne, 60, of Bluffton, died Saturday. Arrangements by Charleston Cremation Center and Funeral Home.CLISSOLD, John Richardson, 86, of Kill Devil Hills, N.C., formerly of Mount Pleasant, S.C., an Army veteran, American Optical retiree and widower of Bettye Jean Branch Clissold, died Saturday. Arrangements by Twiford Funeral Home of Manteo, N.C. FOY, Freddie, 60, of Marion, a licensed plumber and husband of Demetrius Malloy Foy, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Awendaw Chapel. JACKSON, Geneva 71, of Yemassee, widow of Eddie Jackson, died Monday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.MAIRE, John Mark, Sr., 78, of Battle Creek, Mich. died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston. S.C. PARNELL, Lillian Henrietta Sports, 86, of Jonesboro, Ga., formerly of Summerville, S.C., a homemaker and widow of Charles E. Parnell Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by Moody-Daniel Funeral Home of Zebulon, Ga. SWENSON, Pauline Masters, 77, of Beaufort, an artist, owner-operator of Polly Swenson's Studio and wife of Carter Swenson, died Thursday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home. ...

Deaths for Feb. 28, 2017 - Utica Observer Dispatch

Monday, March 06, 2017

Myslinski, Karboski & Nunn Funeral Directors, Utica.Burlison, Daryl S., 45, of Verona Beach, died February 26, 2017. Arrangements by Ironside Funeral Home Inc., Oneida.Champoux, David H., 68, of Bluffton, SC, died February 23, 2017. Arrangements by Sauls Funeral Home, Bluffton, SC.Cook, Leah Eileen, 90, of Starkville, died February 24, 2017. Arrangements by J. Seaton McGrath Funeral Home, Richfield Springs.Dober, S. Robert "Bob," 71, of Sherrills Ford, NC, died February 21, 2017. Arrangements by Cavin-Cook Funeral Home, Mooresville, NC.French, Barbara Ann, 75, of Winston-Salem, NC, died February 22, 2017. Arrangements by Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home Inc., Winston-Salem, NC.Greer, Elizabeth (Ford), 93, of Deerfield, died February 24, 2017. Arrangements by Eannace Funeral Home Inc., Utica.Harvey, Keith Meeker, 77, of Sherburne, died February 24, 2017. Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Sherburne.Hosler, Leslie "Les," Sr., 86, of Ilion, died February 26, 2017. Arrangements by Applegate-Day & Enea Family Funeral Home, Ilion.Johnson, Grant E., 83, of New Hartford, died February 27, 2017. Arrangements by Dimbleby, Friedel, Williams & Edmunds Funeral Home, New Hartford.Mancuso, Mary C. (Fusco), 96, of New Hartford, died February 25, 2017. Arrangements by Eannace Funeral Home Inc., ...

Deaths Summary for Saturday, February 18, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 06, 2017

Special Needs, died Thursday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Andrews Chapel.TILLMAN, Eleanor Ward Purdy Gregory, 77, of Beaufort, widow of Bobby J. Tillman, died Thursday. Arrangements by Sauls' Bluffton Chapel.

Lisa Chastain

Monday, November 28, 2016

September 26, 1986 in Marietta, Georgia a daughter of Diane Mary Mrus.Lisa grew up in Hilton Head, South Carolina and enjoyed horseback riding and the beach when she was younger. She graduated from Bluffton High School in Bluffton, South Carolina and later graduated with a Bachelor’s of Art in Anthropology and Sociology from Berry College in Rome, Georgia. While in college she studied a semester in Florence, Italy and loved learning about their culture and art.A resident of Jefferson City for the past two years, Lisa was employed with the Missouri State Museum in the Capitol and enjoyed sharing her passion of history with others. She actively sought partnerships within the community in an effort to increase local visibility and helped develop a new system for the traveling exhibition component of the museum. Lisa had been employed as a curator with McMimm County Living Heritage Museum in Athens, Tennessee and later with the Museum at 5ive Points in Cleveland, Tennessee. She was recently elected to the board of the Missouri Association of Museum and Archives. She served on the board of the Jefferson City Downtown Association and Missouri State Park Employee Association.Lisa loved being around people and was an avid reader. She was an extremely creative person and enjoyed making the exhibits look in...

Family remembers Bluffton teen killed in weekend crash - WJCL News

Monday, September 19, 2016

Bluffton, SC —Friends and family of 18-year-old Chrissy Barrett shared memories of the teen's life and personality Monday afternoon. Barrett died Saturday morning in a single vehicle crash on Bluffton Parkway. The driver of the vehicle survived, but Chrissy died when the car left the road and crashed into the trees.Advertisement"Chrissy was the buffer," said Valerie Barrett, Chrissy's mother. "She wanted to make everybody happy. She loved people and she didn't want anyone being unhappy."Now her mother Valerie and older sister Tabitha are forced to adjust to life without Chrissy, a girl they described as fun-loving and happy."She'd go out of her way to find one of her friends that was unhappy and take her to lunch to make her feel better," said Barrett.Now the family is using memories like that one to remain positive for Chrissy. The family is considering a New Orleans style funeral with bright colors and a celebratory atmosphere. Chrissy's mom told WJCL News she hopes her friends show...

Let your praise grow for our hero farmers - Island Packet

Monday, September 19, 2016

I am a perfect example as a tomato grower ... just joking. I have yet to produce a beautiful, glorious, delicious red orb.When we arrived in Bluffton, almost every yard contained some sort of garden, flowers and vegetables. People grew vegetables they needed for daily consumption, and one ate only what was in season.Now, there are only a small handful of local gardens left in Bluffton.Cahill’s farm and restaurant is one wonderful exception, a wonderful treat on the outskirts of Bluffton. It is a true farm-to-table spot, and the folks there really do serve the vegetables they have picked that day. Their loyal customers love the whole experience seven days a week.American farmers, and those around the world, who years ago fed far fewer people now must produce much more food for a larger population. Produce must travel a much longer distance and arrive at its destination looking beautiful and unblemished. GMOs were approved so that food can be produced safely and sustainably, all the while preserving our natural resources.Seventy-five percent of our processed foods contain GMOs. According to a spokesperson for Monsanto, there has not been a single health issue since studies began in the 1980s. The majority of GMO crops are corn, soybeans, cottonseed and sugar bee...