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State Rep. David Brumbaugh remembered by friends, colleagues - Tulsa World

Monday, May 01, 2017

Ritze, R-Broken Arrow, said of Brumbaugh, whom he described as a man of great intelligence with a love for God, family and country.Ritze, whose seat on the House floor was next to Brumbaugh’s, said Oklahoma residents never had to doubt where Brumbaugh stood on the issues and that he fought for what he believed in.Joining Ritze in addressing the assembly, Rep. George Faught, R-Muskogee, praised Brumbaugh for his passion for the Constitution.House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, added: “David was a serious lawmaker, and he really believed in the work he was doing on behalf of his constituents.“He was one of the kindest and most sincere men I have ever known. He had many friends on both sides of the aisle, and most who knew him held a deep respect for him inside and outside the Capitol.”The state Senate held a moment of silence for Brumbaugh on Monday, as well.Brumbaugh was elected to the House District 76 seat in 2010, succeeding John Wright, who left because of term limits.Brumbaugh had been Republican Caucus chair since 2014. He also was vice chair of the House Appropriations & Budget Subcommittee on General Government.A successful businessman and civic leader, Brumbaugh ran for office hoping to cut government waste and spending while promoting fiscal responsibility.As a lawmaker, he was a staunch social conservative, consistently lending his voice and votes in support of measures restricting abortion. He had also become a prominent supporter of transportation infrastructure, including the Tulsa Port of Catoosa.Wright said Brumbaugh did well as his successor in District 76. Getting to know him, he said, “y

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Director of close to 100 plays (maybe more, as Moreno often said he didn’t keep count) in Dallas-Fort Worth theaters, plus regional productions at Oklahoma City Repertory and elsewhere, Moreno was described by actors who worked with him as “exacting,” “demanding,” and “tough.” And they loved him for being all those things. Born and raised in East Dallas, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and of SMU’s drama department, Moreno started his theater career as an actor. An accident in 1991 put him in a wheelchair and he said in an interview in 2012 that he spent a year in “deep grief” over the injury. A call from his fellow SMU grads at Kitchen Dog Theater offered him his first directing job and a new career path was forged. (He then returned to SMU for an MFA in directing.) In recent years, Moreno often was booked for directing gigs a year or more in advance. He also taught acting at KD Studio. Occasionally, Moreno took an acting role, if he thought the part suited “a Latino guy in a wheelchair,” as he described himself. In 2008, he played the title character in Shakespeare’s Richard III at Kitchen Dog, rolling up and around a set built with ramps. “It was a great fit,” Moreno said at the time. “The chair symbolized Richard’s interior insecurities.” Moreno staged plays at all of DFW’s major professional theaters and at most of its smaller ones, directing for WaterTower Theatre, S

FRANK L. MAIN - Youngstown Vindicator

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wednesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations may be made in Frank?s memory to American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123. The family has entrusted the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana, with the arrangements for their loved one. Family and friends are invited to visit www.seederly-mongandbeck.com to sign the guestbook or to send private condolences.

JEFFREY DEAN REED - Youngstown Vindicator

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Jeffrey on this day. Burial will happen at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Jeffrey D. Reed?s name, to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123, or online at donate3.cancer.org. Visit www.cournoyerfh.com to share memories or photographs, or to send condolences to Mr. Reed?s family.

Cheri Linthicum

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.Cheri was born October 29, 1953 in Enid to Bernard Flaming and Alberta (Regier) Flaming, and passed away Saturday, April 1, 2017 at her home in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.Cheri is preceded in death by her mother, Alberta Flaming, her brother, Eldon, paternal and maternal grandparents and aunt, Kleta Wallace. She is survived by her husband David Linthicum, of the home in Broken Arrow; her father, Bernard Flaming, of Ponca City; two children, Lacy Ferguson and husband James, of Broken Arrow; Jerod Linthicum, of Tulsa; three brothers, Daryl, Brent, and Sam Flaming, sister Anita Flaming; five grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, other family and friends.Memorials in Cheri’s name may be made to Enid Mennonite Brethren Church with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

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Eminent Florida history professor Michael Gannon dies at 89 - Miami Herald

Monday, May 01, 2017

He was a giant of a man that you can see his impact in the symbolism of the Great Cross.”Gannon, who was born in Oklahoma and moved to St. Augustine in 1941, received his doctorate in history from UF.He is survived by his wife, Genevieve Haugen.Here is a look back in the Miami Herald archives in 1996, when a Florida history book edited by Gannon was published:A major new history of Florida has just been published, the first in 25 years, and this one gives the common folk a break.The New History of Florida, a 480-page book written by 22 leading scholars and edited by University of Florida history Professor Michael Gannon, makes many corrections in the understanding of Florida's past 10,000 years. From musty, 450-year-old documents in archives in Spain to layers of dirt preserving the record of the American Indians who lived here before Europeans came, the experts have uncovered thousands of new facts. They know now that Pedro Menendez de Aviles, founder of St. Augustine, came primarily to establish the New World's first agribusiness empire, and kicking the French out of Florida was secondary. The Spanish got to Florida first. But 50 years later, the French horned in, setting up a major colony, Fort Caroline, at the mouth of the St. Johns River north of Jacksonville. Historians have long assumed that removing the French was Menendez's mission to Florida. But deep in the Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain, Flagler College's Eugene Lyon discovered that Menendez came primarily as a speculator in Florida agriculture, forestry and shipbuilding. Menendez and King Philip II of Spain signed the contract before they had a clue the French were already here. Menendez founded St. Augustine, fended off a French attack, captured Fort Caroline and got on with his business of trying to make a fortune in Florida. And Lyon also found out a lot about regular Joes, like Alonso de Olmos. Olmos, a simple tailor who sewed the suits of cotton armor that Menendez's soldiers wore, now shows up in history alongside Menendez, Hernando de Soto and other luminaries of Spanish conquest. Who knows? Without tailoring by Olmos, St. Augustine might have been just another failed European settlement on the Atlantic coast instead of the oldest permanent city in North America, Gannon said. The New History of Floridareflects the explosion of Florida historical research made by the buildup of history departments at state universities, Gannon said. Faculty at eight state universities are among the authors. The University Press of Florida published The New Hi

Danny DeWayne Hester - Daily Ardmoreite

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wilson.Danny was born Nov. 23, 1954, at Wilson to Billy Joe Hester and Alwanda G. “Shub” (Acree) Hester. He departed this life on Sunday evening, April 9, 2017, at a healthcare facility in Oklahoma City.Danny was a native to Wilson being raised on main street where his childhood days consisted of riding his bicycle up and down the streets. He also enjoyed his monthly camping trips as part of Troop 43 Wilson Boy Scouts. During his junior year, his family moved to Quanah, Texas, where he attended his senior year and graduated high school. Soon afterwards he returned to this area where he gained employment at the Uniroyal Tire Plant of Ardmore in 1973.Danny met the love of his life, Nelda Ingram of Healdton, and they soon were united in marriage on Oct. 30, 1976. They made their home in Ardmore and were blessed with a “Daddy’s Girl” whom they named Jessica. Danny has continued to work at Uniroyal/Michelin where he was presently anticipating retirement in the next few years. He was currently working within the special industries department doing tire research and development.Danny was an avid motorcycle rider and has been all of his life. He traveled with his brother, Dennis and other buddies all over the western United States enjoying every minute of it. His trips went from the desert southwest of the Texas-Mexico border to the Columbian Ice Fields of the Northern Canadian Rocky Mountains. Along the way, he

Delmour Grissom

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Benjamin Funeral Service -------- Nowata, Oklahoma --------------- 918-273-2700..................................................Delmour Wesley Grissom, 81, of Delaware, Oklahoma, passed away Friday night, March 31, 2017 at the Osage Nursing Home, in Nowata.Delmour was born September 4, 1935 at Chelsea, Oklahoma to Charles Wesley Grissom and Nora (Brogdon) Grissom. He grew up and received his education in Alluwe, graduating Alluwe High School in 1954. As a young man, Delmour worked for cattle for several people. He then worked for Forrest & Layton Oil, Gordon Electric and several others, before owning & operating his own electrical shop, Grissom Electric. Delmour was a lifelong resident of Nowata County, living the last 58 years in Delaware. He was a member of St. Catherine’s Catholic Church and a lifetime member of AQHA. Delmour enjoyed breeding and raising horses, working cattle and loved spending time with family. He always had a good horse and a good dog.Survivors include, two sons, Brad Grissom and his wife, Linda o

Karen Pollard

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Benjamin Funeral Service - Nowata, Oklahoma - 918-273-2700.....................................Graveside services for Karen Lynn Pollard are 2:00 P.M., Friday, April 7, 2017 at Memorial Park Cemetery in Nowata with Pastor Dean Bridges officiating. Visitation at Benjamin Funeral Home will be from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M., Friday, April 7, 2017 before the graveside service.Karen Lynn Pollard, 57, of Nowata, passed away Sunday, April 2, 2017 at St. John’s Medical Center in Tulsa. She was born September 8, 1959 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma to Charles Gene and Normia Marie (Milford) Ashley. Karen graduated high school at Sooner High School in Bartlesville and went on to work at Phillips 66 in the mail room and worked her way up to Senior Associate. Whilst there, Karen was in the Jane Phillips Society and held the position of President for a term. Whilst living in Houston she gained her BBA Management at Our Lady of the Lake University. She met her husband, Neil, online where they became great friends. She married him in Eure

Laurel McCloskey

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Robert McCloskey of Harriet, Laurel Carlson and husband Craig of Harriet, Delpha Seyler of Conway; her siblings Vicki Seyler of Marshall, Dave Seyler of Chickasha, Oklahoma, George Seyler of Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, Karen Seyler of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Sharron Wipple of Linden, Pennsylvania, and Ann Krape and husband Dick of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She also has 5 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Paul McCloskey, and children Tracy Knott and Joseph McCloskey. Services are to be private.Arrangements entrusted to Clinton Funeral Service. To sign Laurel's Book of Memories, please go to www.clintonfuneralservice.com.