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Putnam man, 19, dies after Mahopac motorcycle crash - The Journal News | LoHud.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

York State. Information from New York State DMV, data from 2014 (the most recent available data). Video by Jordan Fenster/lohud WochitA wake will be held today for Raphael Teixeira..(Photo: mikeinlondon, Getty Images/iStockphoto iStockphoto)A wake will be held today for a Putnam Valley man who died Friday after crashing his motorcycle in Mahopac.Calling hours for Raphael Teixeira, a 19-year-old Mahopac High School graduate, will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. at Yorktown Funeral Home, 945 E. Main St. in Yorktown.Teixeira died after crashing into a tractor-trailer on Route 6 outside Mahopac Railroad Tie on Friday afternoon, Carmel police said.A funeral Mass is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, 1377 E. Main St. in Shrub Oak. Burial will follow at Kensico Cemetery, 273 Lakeview Ave., in Valhalla.Teixeira graduated from Mahopac High School in 2016, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dennis Creedon said."It is indeed tragic that we lost a promising young man in this accident," Creedon said. "Raphael was a good student who was loved by his peers. We grieve with his family and will keep them in our prayers."A GoFundMe page has been created to help pay for Teixeira's funeral and his car payments. Teixeira worked as an elect...

Church offers counselling to children affected by Grenfell Tower fire - Catholic Herald Online

Monday, June 19, 2017

What they have witnessed was incredibly shocking. Television and media can only touch on it."Church agencies are helping London Catholic school students cope with the trauma of the Grenfell Tower fire, including knowing that some of their fellow students are missing.Children who attended Catholic schools in the shadow of Grenfell Tower are among about 76 people who have yet to be accounted for. Police have confirmed that 30 people died in the June 14 fire, with the death toll expected to rise as emergency services personnel search the ruins for bodies.John Paul Morrison, the director of education for the Archdiocese of Westminster, told Catholic News Service the archdiocese was offering counseling to students, to help them to deal with the trauma of the tragedy.“What they have witnessed was incredibly shocking,” said Morrison. “Television and media can only touch on it.“The thing that really hit the students was the screaming,” he said. “I spoke to some people yesterday who were very upset by that – by hearing, ‘Help me!’, ‘Help me!'”Morrison confirmed that students were missing from the schools, but he ...

Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Westcountry home.He designed the huge stacks of speakers used by touring rock giants and equipment for world famous recording studios and artists like Eric Clapton, 10cc, AC/DC and bosses at London's famous Abbey Road Studios.MIX MASTER: Stephen Court behind the mixing desk at The WharfLeading figures from the music industry are expected to attend his funeral on Friday, June 9.Stephen's widow Angela Court said: "The Wharf will continue to grow and prosper, it was very much Stephen's passion and that flame will continue in his memory."Read next: Murder investigation after woman dies in DevonThe couple bought Tavistock's Wharf, a building that had once been used by miners as a tin store, in 2006 and transformed it into a music, cinema and arts venue with one of the largest sound systems in the South West.They got the idea during a chance stop-off for tea and cake while passing through the stannary town.MUSIC COUPLE: Stephen and Angela Court bought the Wharf in 2006Looking in an estate agent's window they saw The Wharf on sale.Read next: Police appeal after woman was sexually assaulted in Exeter streetHis career started in television, where he worked for ITV and the BBC as a sound engineer covering conflicts in Vietnam and Northern Ireland.He then moved into the music industry working with major rock acts in studios such as Abbey Road, Advision, De Lane Lea and Trident.TOP VENUE: Tavistock's The WharfJust before his death Stephen had been prom...

Golda Lee Fitzsimmons - Burnet Bulletin

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

U.S. Air Force officer and pilot, the family traveled extensively and lived in many places in the United States, including Anchorage, Alaska, and overseas in such places as the Philippines and London, before Earl's retirement.Lee (also affectionately known as Great Mema) was preceded in death by her parents; husband Earl; sisters Arleta Bryson and Bernatta Schnelle; and granddaughter Diana Schachle. She is survived by her daughters; Sherian Schachle and Sandra Fitzsimmons; grandchildren Shireen (Brian) Darbyshire, Debbie (Mark) Dunaway, Vince Schachle, Daniel (Michelle) Schachle, David Schachle, Samantha (Cedric) Villenave, and Chris (Jennifer) Hegeman, 24 great grandchildren, two great, great grandchildren and beloved nephews and nieces.The family held a private viewing in Jackson, Tennessee, at Arrington Funeral Home on Friday, March 24. There will also be a viewing for family and friends from noon to 1 p.m. at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet.It will be followed by a graveside service with burial in Liberty Hill Cemetery under the direction of Arrington Funeral Directors, Jackson, Tennessee.

Joyce McShane - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Hawarden, Breanne (Eric) Schmitt-Orr, of Waldorf, Maryland, Darci Brian of Remsen, Courtney Brian of Le Mars, and Derrick Brian of Yankton, South Dakota; great-grandchildren, Quinten, Alayna, London, Bella, Daphne, Desirae and Tanner; a brother, Russell (Clarice) Paulson of Alcester, South Dakota; stepchildren, Vickie (Bob) Hubbard of Harbor City, California, Tammy McShane (Bert Colon) of Omaha, Nebraska, Cathy (Darren) Hamilton of Colorado, Springs, Colorado, Cindy Freeman of Seattle, Washington and Michelle McShane (Jeff Harmon) of Topeka, Kansas; 12 stepgrandchildren, six step-greatgrandchildren; and several “fur” grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter Stephanie in infancy; brothers and sisters-in-law, Roger and Jan Paulson and Ronald and Donna Paulson, her husband Donald McShane in 2015 and her three former husbands.A memorial visitation will be held from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, April 6, at Wass Funeral Home in Alcester, South Dakota.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.wassfuneralhome.com.

Howard Chasanow, judge on Maryland Court of Appeals, dies at 79 - Washington Post

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Deborah Koss Chasanow, senior U.S. District Court judge for the District of Maryland, of College Park; a daughter from his first marriage, Andrea Gentle of London; three sisters, former Post food critic Phyllis Richman of Washington, Myrna Chasanow of Cheverly, Md., and Ruth Heitin of Alexandria; and two grandsons.Around the Prince George’s County Courthouse, Judge Chasanow liked to recount “the comma that saved a life.”A condemned man, the judge said, was en route to his execution when a telegram from the governor arrived. It read: “Pardon, impossible to execute.” He was spared.Only later did the warden discover there had been a typographical error. This was what had been intended: “Pardon impossible to execute.” The inadvertent comma had saved the condemned man’s life and the state had repealed the death penalty before the warden discovered the error.In May 1979, Judge Chasanow faced a similar situation in a death penalty case, declaring in court that his decision had to be based on “grammar and legislative intent,” and he said he stayed up most of the night poring through old grammar books.The defendant, William Joseph Parker, a transient Prince George’s County fireman, had been convicted of murder and rape. The relevant Maryland law allowed the death penalty for a conviction of murder while committing “rape or a sexual offense in the first degree.”Parker was convicted of murder and second-degree rape. Because there was no comma in the statute after the word rape, Judge Chasanow concluded the death penalty was not applicable.He sentenced the man to life in prison.Read more Washington Post obituaries...

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Putnam man, 19, dies after Mahopac motorcycle crash - The Journal News | LoHud.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

York State. Information from New York State DMV, data from 2014 (the most recent available data). Video by Jordan Fenster/lohud WochitA wake will be held today for Raphael Teixeira..(Photo: mikeinlondon, Getty Images/iStockphoto iStockphoto)A wake will be held today for a Putnam Valley man who died Friday after crashing his motorcycle in Mahopac.Calling hours for Raphael Teixeira, a 19-year-old Mahopac High School graduate, will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. at Yorktown Funeral Home, 945 E. Main St. in Yorktown.Teixeira died after crashing into a tractor-trailer on Route 6 outside Mahopac Railroad Tie on Friday afternoon, Carmel police said.A funeral Mass is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, 1377 E. Main St. in Shrub Oak. Burial will follow at Kensico Cemetery, 273 Lakeview Ave., in Valhalla.Teixeira graduated from Mahopac High School in 2016, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Dennis Creedon said."It is indeed tragic that we lost a promising young man in this accident," Creedon said. "Raphael was a good student who was loved by his peers. We grieve with his family and will keep them in our prayers."A GoFundMe page has been created to help pay for Teixeira's funeral and his car payments. Teixeira worked as an elect...

Church offers counselling to children affected by Grenfell Tower fire - Catholic Herald Online

Monday, June 19, 2017

What they have witnessed was incredibly shocking. Television and media can only touch on it."Church agencies are helping London Catholic school students cope with the trauma of the Grenfell Tower fire, including knowing that some of their fellow students are missing.Children who attended Catholic schools in the shadow of Grenfell Tower are among about 76 people who have yet to be accounted for. Police have confirmed that 30 people died in the June 14 fire, with the death toll expected to rise as emergency services personnel search the ruins for bodies.John Paul Morrison, the director of education for the Archdiocese of Westminster, told Catholic News Service the archdiocese was offering counseling to students, to help them to deal with the trauma of the tragedy.“What they have witnessed was incredibly shocking,” said Morrison. “Television and media can only touch on it.“The thing that really hit the students was the screaming,” he said. “I spoke to some people yesterday who were very upset by that – by hearing, ‘Help me!’, ‘Help me!'”Morrison confirmed that students were missing from the schools, but he ...

Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Westcountry home.He designed the huge stacks of speakers used by touring rock giants and equipment for world famous recording studios and artists like Eric Clapton, 10cc, AC/DC and bosses at London's famous Abbey Road Studios.MIX MASTER: Stephen Court behind the mixing desk at The WharfLeading figures from the music industry are expected to attend his funeral on Friday, June 9.Stephen's widow Angela Court said: "The Wharf will continue to grow and prosper, it was very much Stephen's passion and that flame will continue in his memory."Read next: Murder investigation after woman dies in DevonThe couple bought Tavistock's Wharf, a building that had once been used by miners as a tin store, in 2006 and transformed it into a music, cinema and arts venue with one of the largest sound systems in the South West.They got the idea during a chance stop-off for tea and cake while passing through the stannary town.MUSIC COUPLE: Stephen and Angela Court bought the Wharf in 2006Looking in an estate agent's window they saw The Wharf on sale.Read next: Police appeal after woman was sexually assaulted in Exeter streetHis career started in television, where he worked for ITV and the BBC as a sound engineer covering conflicts in Vietnam and Northern Ireland.He then moved into the music industry working with major rock acts in studios such as Abbey Road, Advision, De Lane Lea and Trident.TOP VENUE: Tavistock's The WharfJust before his death Stephen had been prom...

Golda Lee Fitzsimmons - Burnet Bulletin

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

U.S. Air Force officer and pilot, the family traveled extensively and lived in many places in the United States, including Anchorage, Alaska, and overseas in such places as the Philippines and London, before Earl's retirement.Lee (also affectionately known as Great Mema) was preceded in death by her parents; husband Earl; sisters Arleta Bryson and Bernatta Schnelle; and granddaughter Diana Schachle. She is survived by her daughters; Sherian Schachle and Sandra Fitzsimmons; grandchildren Shireen (Brian) Darbyshire, Debbie (Mark) Dunaway, Vince Schachle, Daniel (Michelle) Schachle, David Schachle, Samantha (Cedric) Villenave, and Chris (Jennifer) Hegeman, 24 great grandchildren, two great, great grandchildren and beloved nephews and nieces.The family held a private viewing in Jackson, Tennessee, at Arrington Funeral Home on Friday, March 24. There will also be a viewing for family and friends from noon to 1 p.m. at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet.It will be followed by a graveside service with burial in Liberty Hill Cemetery under the direction of Arrington Funeral Directors, Jackson, Tennessee.

Joyce McShane - Le Mars Daily Sentinel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Hawarden, Breanne (Eric) Schmitt-Orr, of Waldorf, Maryland, Darci Brian of Remsen, Courtney Brian of Le Mars, and Derrick Brian of Yankton, South Dakota; great-grandchildren, Quinten, Alayna, London, Bella, Daphne, Desirae and Tanner; a brother, Russell (Clarice) Paulson of Alcester, South Dakota; stepchildren, Vickie (Bob) Hubbard of Harbor City, California, Tammy McShane (Bert Colon) of Omaha, Nebraska, Cathy (Darren) Hamilton of Colorado, Springs, Colorado, Cindy Freeman of Seattle, Washington and Michelle McShane (Jeff Harmon) of Topeka, Kansas; 12 stepgrandchildren, six step-greatgrandchildren; and several “fur” grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter Stephanie in infancy; brothers and sisters-in-law, Roger and Jan Paulson and Ronald and Donna Paulson, her husband Donald McShane in 2015 and her three former husbands.A memorial visitation will be held from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, April 6, at Wass Funeral Home in Alcester, South Dakota.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.wassfuneralhome.com.

Howard Chasanow, judge on Maryland Court of Appeals, dies at 79 - Washington Post

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Deborah Koss Chasanow, senior U.S. District Court judge for the District of Maryland, of College Park; a daughter from his first marriage, Andrea Gentle of London; three sisters, former Post food critic Phyllis Richman of Washington, Myrna Chasanow of Cheverly, Md., and Ruth Heitin of Alexandria; and two grandsons.Around the Prince George’s County Courthouse, Judge Chasanow liked to recount “the comma that saved a life.”A condemned man, the judge said, was en route to his execution when a telegram from the governor arrived. It read: “Pardon, impossible to execute.” He was spared.Only later did the warden discover there had been a typographical error. This was what had been intended: “Pardon impossible to execute.” The inadvertent comma had saved the condemned man’s life and the state had repealed the death penalty before the warden discovered the error.In May 1979, Judge Chasanow faced a similar situation in a death penalty case, declaring in court that his decision had to be based on “grammar and legislative intent,” and he said he stayed up most of the night poring through old grammar books.The defendant, William Joseph Parker, a transient Prince George’s County fireman, had been convicted of murder and rape. The relevant Maryland law allowed the death penalty for a conviction of murder while committing “rape or a sexual offense in the first degree.”Parker was convicted of murder and second-degree rape. Because there was no comma in the statute after the word rape, Judge Chasanow concluded the death penalty was not applicable.He sentenced the man to life in prison.Read more Washington Post obituaries...