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Bauknecht Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory Shadyside

3900 Central Avenue
Shadyside, OH 43947
(740) 676-4310
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Raymond C. Wickmark - Jamestown Post Journal

Monday, March 06, 2017

Lutheran Home will officiate.Friends will be received for one hour prior to the service on Thursday in the funeral home.Memorials may be made to the Lakewood United Methodist Church, 164 Shadyside Ave., Lakewood, NY 14750, or to the Hazeltine Public Library, 891 Busti-Sugar Grove Road, Jamestown, NY 14701. You may leave a condolence to Ray’s family at www.lindfuneralhome.com. -- ...

DAWN PRYCE - Indiana Gazette

Monday, October 10, 2016

Dawn Rae (Platter) Pryce, 56, of Blairsville, passed away Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, at UPMC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh.The daughter of Donald and Donna (Duty) Platter, she was born July 6, 1960, in Wellsville, W.Va.Dawn was part-owner and office manager of Precision Wire Products, Blairsville, for 25 years.She loved spending time with her grandchildren, going to the beach and taking care of her home and cooking.Surviving are her husband of 37 years, Bryan F. Pryce, whom she married April 20, 1979; her mother, Donna (Duty) Platter, of Blairsville; three sons, Austin C. Pryce, Noah B. Pryce (Jennifer) and Sayres C. Pryce (Chloe), all of Blairsville; six grandchildren, Marissa, Mason, Leah, Conner, Gianna and Isaiah; two sisters, Debbie Colgan (Bob), of Indiana, and Deana Cochran (Terry), of Miami, Fla.; and a brother, Shawn Platter (Tanya), of Havelock, N.C.She was preceded in death by her father.The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Shoemaker Funeral Home, Inc., 49 N. Walnut St., Blairsville. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tue...

Arnold Palmer, the Magnetic Face of Golf in the '60s, Dies at 87 - New York Times

Monday, September 26, 2016

Palmer’s business interests, said the cause was complications of heart problems. Paul Wood, a spokesman for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, said Palmer died at UPMC Shadyside Hospital, about 40 miles from Palmer’s home in Latrobe, Pa.From 1958 through 1964, Palmer was the charismatic face of professional golf and one of its dominant players. In those seven seasons, he won seven major titles: four Masters, one United States Open and two British Opens. With 62 victories on the PGA Tour, he ranks fifth, behind Sam Snead, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan. He won 93 tournaments worldwide, including the 1954 United States Amateur.But it was more than his scoring and shotmaking that captivated the sports world. It was how he played. He did not so much navigate a course as attack it. If his swing was not classic, it was ferocious: He seemed to throw all 185 pounds of his muscular 5-foot-10 body at the ball. If he did not win, he at least lost with flair.Handsome and charming, his sandy hair falling across his forehead, his shirttail flapping, a cigarette sometimes dangling from his lips, Palmer would stride down a fairway acknowledging his army of fans with a sunny smile and a raised club, “like Sir Lancelot amid the multitude in Camelot,” Ira Berkow wrote in The New York Times.And the television cameras followed along. As Woods would do more than 30 years later, Palmer, a son of a golf pro at his hometown Latrobe Country Club, almost single-handedly sti...

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Raymond C. Wickmark - Jamestown Post Journal

Monday, March 06, 2017

Lutheran Home will officiate.Friends will be received for one hour prior to the service on Thursday in the funeral home.Memorials may be made to the Lakewood United Methodist Church, 164 Shadyside Ave., Lakewood, NY 14750, or to the Hazeltine Public Library, 891 Busti-Sugar Grove Road, Jamestown, NY 14701. You may leave a condolence to Ray’s family at www.lindfuneralhome.com. -- ...

DAWN PRYCE - Indiana Gazette

Monday, October 10, 2016

Dawn Rae (Platter) Pryce, 56, of Blairsville, passed away Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, at UPMC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh.The daughter of Donald and Donna (Duty) Platter, she was born July 6, 1960, in Wellsville, W.Va.Dawn was part-owner and office manager of Precision Wire Products, Blairsville, for 25 years.She loved spending time with her grandchildren, going to the beach and taking care of her home and cooking.Surviving are her husband of 37 years, Bryan F. Pryce, whom she married April 20, 1979; her mother, Donna (Duty) Platter, of Blairsville; three sons, Austin C. Pryce, Noah B. Pryce (Jennifer) and Sayres C. Pryce (Chloe), all of Blairsville; six grandchildren, Marissa, Mason, Leah, Conner, Gianna and Isaiah; two sisters, Debbie Colgan (Bob), of Indiana, and Deana Cochran (Terry), of Miami, Fla.; and a brother, Shawn Platter (Tanya), of Havelock, N.C.She was preceded in death by her father.The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Shoemaker Funeral Home, Inc., 49 N. Walnut St., Blairsville. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tue...

Arnold Palmer, the Magnetic Face of Golf in the '60s, Dies at 87 - New York Times

Monday, September 26, 2016

Palmer’s business interests, said the cause was complications of heart problems. Paul Wood, a spokesman for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, said Palmer died at UPMC Shadyside Hospital, about 40 miles from Palmer’s home in Latrobe, Pa.From 1958 through 1964, Palmer was the charismatic face of professional golf and one of its dominant players. In those seven seasons, he won seven major titles: four Masters, one United States Open and two British Opens. With 62 victories on the PGA Tour, he ranks fifth, behind Sam Snead, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan. He won 93 tournaments worldwide, including the 1954 United States Amateur.But it was more than his scoring and shotmaking that captivated the sports world. It was how he played. He did not so much navigate a course as attack it. If his swing was not classic, it was ferocious: He seemed to throw all 185 pounds of his muscular 5-foot-10 body at the ball. If he did not win, he at least lost with flair.Handsome and charming, his sandy hair falling across his forehead, his shirttail flapping, a cigarette sometimes dangling from his lips, Palmer would stride down a fairway acknowledging his army of fans with a sunny smile and a raised club, “like Sir Lancelot amid the multitude in Camelot,” Ira Berkow wrote in The New York Times.And the television cameras followed along. As Woods would do more than 30 years later, Palmer, a son of a golf pro at his hometown Latrobe Country Club, almost single-handedly sti...