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Friday, June 9, 2017 - Wise County Messenger

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Takieldeen of Wichita Falls tried to cross the westbound lanes of U.S. 380 from the U.S. 81/287 exit ramp, crossing directly in front of an 18-wheeler. The 18-wheeler, driven by Juan Villafranco of Celina, couldn’t brake in time and hit the passenger car on the driver’s side. The three occupants of the passenger car – Takieldeen, Mona Kamel El-Sayed Mahmoud of Wichita Falls and a 5-year-old child – were flown from the scene. Takieldeen and Mahmoud were taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, and the child was taken to Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth. Beatty said that as of Thursday afternoon the child was in stable condition and the adults were in critical condition. Villafranco was uninjured. Wise County Emergency Medical Services, Decatur police and fire departments, Wise County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Department of Public Safety, Air Evac Lifeteam 68, CareFlite and PHI Air Medical responded.FATAL WRECK UPDATE – The victim killed in an early morning Wednesday wreck near Alvord has been identified as a Bowie resident. The wreck happened just after 3 a.m. at the intersection of County Road 1596 and U.S. 81/287 near the Exxon truck stop on U.S. 81/287 north of Alvord. Texas Department of Public Safety Spokesman Sgt. Lonny Haschel said a pickup driven by Brayden Brown, 18, of Alvord was eastbound on County Road 1596 and pulled out into the southbound lanes of U.S. 81/287 to cross over and head north on U.S. 81/287. A southbound passenger car driven by Kathryn Joseph, 64, of Bowie struck the side of Brown’s truck. She died at the scene. Brown and several passengers in his truck were not injured, Haschel said.MORNING STORMS – Storms moved into Wise County this morning bringing heavy rainfall. Rainfall totals as of 7:45 a.m. included 1.5 inches in Greenwood, 1.02 in Bridgeport, 0.95 in Alvord, 0.88 in Decatur and 0.5...

Beth Higgins - Palladium-Item

Monday, March 06, 2017

June, 6, 1998; her children, Daylon and Jessica Poston of Arcanum, Erica and Steve Greer of Bradford, Danelle Poston and Landon Wadkins of Anna, and Vincent and Ashley Higgins of Celina; grandchildren, Kaytlin, Peyton and Steven Greer, Braley and Kolten Smith, Logan Higgins, Hayden Stone, Wesley Ferris and Lilly Hadder; brothers and sisters-in-law, Barry and Virginia Clark of Hollansburg, Darren Clark of Frederick, Maryland, and Christopher and Tanya Clark of New Madison; father-in-law, Harold Higgins of Greenville; mother-in-law, Sharon Prosyk of Greenville; and several nieces and nephews.A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 10:30 am at the Oliver Floyd Funeral Home in Greenville with Pastor Sam Shilot officiating. Burial will follow in Greenville Township Memorial Gardens.Family and friends may visit on Friday, March 3, 2017 from 4-7 pm at the Oliver Floyd Funeral Home.Memorial contributions may be made to State of the Heart Care.Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.oliverfloyd.comRead or Share this story: http://pinews.co/2m9D8B3...

ELMA C. BROWNING - Sumter Item

Monday, August 22, 2016

She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great-grandmother.Surviving in addition to her husband are two sons, Wayne Derek Hall of Celina, Texas, and Mark Steven Hall of Angier, North Carolina; two daughters, Cheryl Darlene (Smith) Hunt of Pikeville, Kentucky, and Cheire Eileen (Hall) Bochette of Brownville, New York; one sister, Bobbi Jean Davis of Sumter; 21 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers; three sisters; and two granddaughters, Eriecca Renee Hall and Mildred Brooke Bochette.A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. on Saturday at the Bullock Funeral Home Chapel.The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service from 4 to 5 pm at Bullock Funeral Home.Memorials may made to the SPCA, 1140 S. Guignard Drive, Sumter, SC 29150.You may go to www.bullockfuneralhome.com and sign the family's guest book.The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.

Mollie Lowery dies at 70; served as a friend of and advocate for people living on LA's sidewalks - Los Angeles Times

Monday, August 01, 2016

Yosemite, and said the experience fostered a lifelong love of hiking and the outdoors.Tall and rail-thin, she enrolled at Bishop Alemany High School because of its strong basketball team, said Celina Alvarez, a friend and the current executive director of Housing Works. She went on to study at the University of Portland and received a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from USC. Lowery attended a convent in Philadelphia for a year but decided that the nun’s life wasn’t for her. She began learning about working with people living on the streets at the nonprofit Ocean Park Community Center in Santa Monica and became the nonprofit’s director. Lowery had watched the emptying of California’s mental hospitals in the 1970s. The migration to skid row that followed is what motivated Lowery to move on from Ocean Park Community Center in 1984, said Alvarez, who had been a protegee of Lowery.  “She realized that there was a whole population of human beings that were being pushed into the far margins of skid row,” Alvarez said, “and so she ventured into those margins alongside those folks.“As harsh as the streets could be, this woman could walk down the streets of skid row, and everybody would just come out from every tent and every corner and … tell her they loved her.”Lowery and philanthropist Frank Rice founded Lamp in 1985. The organization broke new ground by offering people living on the streets services without pre-conditions, unlike other nonprofit organizations and government agencies, said colleagues who knew her at the time.“Lamp was really user friendly and really street sensitive,” said Alice Callaghan, director of Las Familias del Pueblo, a community center on skid row. Where other organizations might require lots of paperwork, sobriety or certain forms of identification, “Lamp helped people where they were,” Callaghan said.That is particularly important for people with mental illness, who often need to change their lives slowly, Callaghan said.  Lowery and Lamp’s “housing first” approach was bold. The “pretty radical idea” that “housing wasn’t a reward, it was a right, and ... the single most stabilizing factor in a homeless person’s life,” was controversial and, ultimately, revolutionary, said John Maceri, executive director of Ocean Park Community Center, which is in the process of merging with Lamp.Now, largely because of Lowery’s work, se...

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Friday, June 9, 2017 - Wise County Messenger

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Takieldeen of Wichita Falls tried to cross the westbound lanes of U.S. 380 from the U.S. 81/287 exit ramp, crossing directly in front of an 18-wheeler. The 18-wheeler, driven by Juan Villafranco of Celina, couldn’t brake in time and hit the passenger car on the driver’s side. The three occupants of the passenger car – Takieldeen, Mona Kamel El-Sayed Mahmoud of Wichita Falls and a 5-year-old child – were flown from the scene. Takieldeen and Mahmoud were taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, and the child was taken to Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth. Beatty said that as of Thursday afternoon the child was in stable condition and the adults were in critical condition. Villafranco was uninjured. Wise County Emergency Medical Services, Decatur police and fire departments, Wise County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Department of Public Safety, Air Evac Lifeteam 68, CareFlite and PHI Air Medical responded.FATAL WRECK UPDATE – The victim killed in an early morning Wednesday wreck near Alvord has been identified as a Bowie resident. The wreck happened just after 3 a.m. at the intersection of County Road 1596 and U.S. 81/287 near the Exxon truck stop on U.S. 81/287 north of Alvord. Texas Department of Public Safety Spokesman Sgt. Lonny Haschel said a pickup driven by Brayden Brown, 18, of Alvord was eastbound on County Road 1596 and pulled out into the southbound lanes of U.S. 81/287 to cross over and head north on U.S. 81/287. A southbound passenger car driven by Kathryn Joseph, 64, of Bowie struck the side of Brown’s truck. She died at the scene. Brown and several passengers in his truck were not injured, Haschel said.MORNING STORMS – Storms moved into Wise County this morning bringing heavy rainfall. Rainfall totals as of 7:45 a.m. included 1.5 inches in Greenwood, 1.02 in Bridgeport, 0.95 in Alvord, 0.88 in Decatur and 0.5...

Beth Higgins - Palladium-Item

Monday, March 06, 2017

June, 6, 1998; her children, Daylon and Jessica Poston of Arcanum, Erica and Steve Greer of Bradford, Danelle Poston and Landon Wadkins of Anna, and Vincent and Ashley Higgins of Celina; grandchildren, Kaytlin, Peyton and Steven Greer, Braley and Kolten Smith, Logan Higgins, Hayden Stone, Wesley Ferris and Lilly Hadder; brothers and sisters-in-law, Barry and Virginia Clark of Hollansburg, Darren Clark of Frederick, Maryland, and Christopher and Tanya Clark of New Madison; father-in-law, Harold Higgins of Greenville; mother-in-law, Sharon Prosyk of Greenville; and several nieces and nephews.A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 10:30 am at the Oliver Floyd Funeral Home in Greenville with Pastor Sam Shilot officiating. Burial will follow in Greenville Township Memorial Gardens.Family and friends may visit on Friday, March 3, 2017 from 4-7 pm at the Oliver Floyd Funeral Home.Memorial contributions may be made to State of the Heart Care.Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.oliverfloyd.comRead or Share this story: http://pinews.co/2m9D8B3...

ELMA C. BROWNING - Sumter Item

Monday, August 22, 2016

She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great-grandmother.Surviving in addition to her husband are two sons, Wayne Derek Hall of Celina, Texas, and Mark Steven Hall of Angier, North Carolina; two daughters, Cheryl Darlene (Smith) Hunt of Pikeville, Kentucky, and Cheire Eileen (Hall) Bochette of Brownville, New York; one sister, Bobbi Jean Davis of Sumter; 21 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers; three sisters; and two granddaughters, Eriecca Renee Hall and Mildred Brooke Bochette.A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. on Saturday at the Bullock Funeral Home Chapel.The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service from 4 to 5 pm at Bullock Funeral Home.Memorials may made to the SPCA, 1140 S. Guignard Drive, Sumter, SC 29150.You may go to www.bullockfuneralhome.com and sign the family's guest book.The family has chosen Bullock Funeral Home for the arrangements.

Mollie Lowery dies at 70; served as a friend of and advocate for people living on LA's sidewalks - Los Angeles Times

Monday, August 01, 2016

Yosemite, and said the experience fostered a lifelong love of hiking and the outdoors.Tall and rail-thin, she enrolled at Bishop Alemany High School because of its strong basketball team, said Celina Alvarez, a friend and the current executive director of Housing Works. She went on to study at the University of Portland and received a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from USC. Lowery attended a convent in Philadelphia for a year but decided that the nun’s life wasn’t for her. She began learning about working with people living on the streets at the nonprofit Ocean Park Community Center in Santa Monica and became the nonprofit’s director. Lowery had watched the emptying of California’s mental hospitals in the 1970s. The migration to skid row that followed is what motivated Lowery to move on from Ocean Park Community Center in 1984, said Alvarez, who had been a protegee of Lowery.  “She realized that there was a whole population of human beings that were being pushed into the far margins of skid row,” Alvarez said, “and so she ventured into those margins alongside those folks.“As harsh as the streets could be, this woman could walk down the streets of skid row, and everybody would just come out from every tent and every corner and … tell her they loved her.”Lowery and philanthropist Frank Rice founded Lamp in 1985. The organization broke new ground by offering people living on the streets services without pre-conditions, unlike other nonprofit organizations and government agencies, said colleagues who knew her at the time.“Lamp was really user friendly and really street sensitive,” said Alice Callaghan, director of Las Familias del Pueblo, a community center on skid row. Where other organizations might require lots of paperwork, sobriety or certain forms of identification, “Lamp helped people where they were,” Callaghan said.That is particularly important for people with mental illness, who often need to change their lives slowly, Callaghan said.  Lowery and Lamp’s “housing first” approach was bold. The “pretty radical idea” that “housing wasn’t a reward, it was a right, and ... the single most stabilizing factor in a homeless person’s life,” was controversial and, ultimately, revolutionary, said John Maceri, executive director of Ocean Park Community Center, which is in the process of merging with Lamp.Now, largely because of Lowery’s work, se...