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J. Bruce Wackenhut Obituary - WKBN.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

UPMC Horizon Greenville. Mr. Wackenhut was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 16, 1919 to John H. and Ella F. (Stahl) Wackenhut. Bruce was a graduate of Emsworth High School, attended Carnegie Tech and Drexel Universities and was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Civil Engineering. During World War II he worked as a shipfitter’s helper at Pearl Harbor.From 1949 until his retirement in 1982, he was employed in the Engineering Department of the Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad. Bruce was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Greenville, where he had served on church council, served as the chairman of the Property Committee and as the Superintendent of Sunday School. In addition, he had also for some time been a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Meadville and had served on the Board of Directors at Bethesda Children’s Home, where he had volunteered over 2000 hours with the construction of the Home’s Chapel. Bruce was a 54 year member of the Hempfield Township Municipal Authority, served on the Board of Directors of the Greenville Public Library, had been a Boy Scout Leader with Troop #54 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and he very much enjoyed woodworking. On September 29, 1945 he married the former, Margaret E. Floyd, she passed away on J...

School News – March 27 - Daily Journal

Monday, March 27, 2017

Mattingly has earned a National Medal in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in the Visual Arts category with her entry: “Silver Cascade.” She will accept her award at the national ceremony at Carnegie Hall this summer.Local Right to Life contest announcedHigh school students can compete in a contest arguing for the right to life.Right to Life of Johnson and Morgan County Inc. is having a Teen Oratory contest.The contest is open to high school and homeschool juniors and seniors in Johnson and Morgan counties and surrounding counties where no local pro-life Teen Oratory Contest is being held.The contest will be April 22. The deadline to register is April 17.Contestants are asked to give a five to seven minute speech about abortion, infanticide, euthanasia or stem cell research.Application form and rules will be sent to those teens registering. The winner will advance to the Indiana Right to Life State Teen Oratory Contest on May 6.To receive an application form or to know more, please contact Kay Cull, at 317-346-4035, or you can email your name, address, phone number, parent or guardian’s name, and year in school to register to: rtljmc@gmail.comStudents serve as pages at StatehouseLocal students got an inside peek at state government by serving as pages at the Indiana Statehouse.The following students served as pages:Clay Black, Sam Purk, Franklin Community High S...

Dr. Mark James DelMaramo Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James. Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Brenda Kay DelMaramo of Perry Township, Pennsylvania; his four children, Daniel J. DelMaramo of Carnegie, Pennsylvania, Nathan C. DelMaramo, Sarah R. DelMaramo and Noah J. DelMaramo all at home; his mother, Constance L. DelMaramo of Erie; his sister, Beth L. Garzony of Toledo and nephews, Brian, Andrew and Christopher.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Michael Catholic Church, 85 North High Street, Greenville, Pennsylvania, 16125 with Rev. Daniel Hoffman as chief celebrant. Burial will follow in St. Michael’s Cemetery. Calling hours will be held on Friday, February 10 from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Thiel College David Johnson Memorial Chapel, College Avenue, Greenville. A vigil prayer service will be held in the chapel at 8:00 p.m.Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael School, 80 N. High Street, Greenville Pennsylvania 16125; the Thiel College Langenheim Memorial Library, 75 College Ave. Greenville, Pennsylvania or the Pink Angels of the Greenville Area, Attn: Barb Walton, 6 Tanglewood Dr. Greenville, Pennsylvania.Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service of Kinsman, Ohio handled the arrangements with an online guestbook available at www.baumgardnerfuneralhomes.com. Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air Tuesday, February 7 at the following approximate times:6:41 a.m. WYTV and 8:41 a.m. MyYTV and 9:58 a.m. on FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

John Robinson/GazetteLyne Beyer, grand master, and the Kansas Freemasons dedicated the new Lyon County ... - Emporia Gazette

Monday, December 05, 2016

Greg Jordan, executive director of the Lyon County History Center said. “We were in the basement of the civic auditorium for a number of years, then we were in the old Carnegie Library, the old public library — and we didn’t own either of those buildings — so a few years ago we decided it was time, had a capital campaign and now we’re in a new home.”After four years of fundraising and planning, Jordan said he was feeling a mix of emotions as a ribbon cutting and Masonic building ceremony opened the center’s new home at 711 Commercial St. The time leading up to opening has been full of long work days and weeks.“I’m feeling a lot of things — excitement, relief and joy,” Jordan said. “Truly, this has been a community project. It’s been a long-hour project for us here, to get the place up and running.”Jordan said the downtown Emporia location is the perfect place for the new history center.“We could not have picked a better spot,” he said “This is the action area of downtown Emporia. The DK 200 is here, the Granada Theatre, the Emporia Arts Council, the Emporia Chamber of Commerce, the CVB, new businesses, Casa Ramos, Tim Mohn and Gravel City — we’re all right here and it’s a very exciting place to be.”The new center will allow the Lyon County Historical Society to hold more programming and adds additional space for showcasing artifacts.“We’ll actual...

James Galanos, Fashion Designer for the Elite, Dies at 92 - New York Times

Monday, November 14, 2016

Information on survivors was not immediately available.For a time Mr. Galanos worked as an assistant to the designer Hattie Carnegie. He decamped at age 20 for California, where he apprenticed himself to the costume designer Jean Louis at Columbia Studios. With the exception of an unpaid yearlong internship with the Parisian couturier Robert Piguet and a brief stint as a ready-to-wear designer in New York, he remained in California for the rest of his career.Yet he was never allied with his more adventurous West Coast competition, the designers from what is called the Golden Age of California who laid the groundwork for the athletic, sportswear-inspired styles that became a potent cultural export of postwar America.While Los Angeles contemporaries like Rudi Gernreich explored futurism with topless swimsuits, thongs and monokinis, Mr. Galanos stuck to supplying the “little nothing” dresses that were his trademark to a coterie of celebrity loyalists like Marlene Dietrich, Rosalind Russell and Diana Ross, and to the moneyed elite of both coasts.Shortly after he established Galanos Originals, Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills and Neiman Marcus in Dallas placed orders. Influential fashion editors soon championed his work, and his reputation was established.Among his early clients was Grace Kelly. Stanley Marcus, the chairman emeritus of Neiman Marcus, once recalled that with her wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco approaching in 1956, she decided that “she didn’t have the right thing to wear, so she called Jimmy and said she needed one of his beautiful chiffon dresses” — within a week. He delivered.When Mr. Galanos retired from fashion in 1998, he was asked what he considered to be the highlight of his career.“The highlight of my career is simply existing for 46 years,” he answered. “The most important thing I have done is to maintain what I started out to do.”“I never deviated,” he added, “from what was most important, which was quality.”Correction: November 3, 2016An obituary in some editions on Monday and in some copies on Tuesday about the fashion designer James Galanos misidentified the location of the town from which his parents immigrated. They were from the town of Naoussa in Greek Macedonia — not the town by the same name on the Greek islan...

What's up, Oct. 10, 2016 - News-Press Now

Monday, October 10, 2016

N. Belt Highway. Featuring story, finger plays, rhymes and crafts. For more information, call 816-324-4569.Storytime for ages 18 months and older, 10:30 a.m., St. Joseph Public Library, Carnegie branch, 316 Massachusetts St. For more information, call 816-238-0526.Pink Tea Luncheon, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., YWCA, 304 N. Eighth St. ENCOREplus Breast Cancer Outreach Program is hosting a Pink Tea Luncheon. Come in your best tea party apparel. There will be two breast cancer speakers, honoring of breast cancer survivors and a raffle. Cost is $20 per person. RSVP to Chelsea Teater by calling 816-232-4481.Local History Stage Event, 1 p.m., Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Citizens Center, multipurpose room, 100 S. 10th St. This month’s topic is haunted St. Joseph. Admission is free, and refreshments will be served.Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library book sale, 3 to 9 p.m., East Hills Shopping Center, 3702 Frederick Blvd. There will be about 15,000 items at the sale. Hardcover books are $2 each, paperbacks, $1, DVDs and CDs are $2. For more information, call 816-236-2107.After-school activities, 4:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, 1904 N. Belt Highway. A program for youth in kindergarten through fifth graders including reading, cooking and hands-on activities. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Adult crafts, 6:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, 1904 N. Belt Highway. Make a witch decoration using wooden spools. Must register in advance, $5 material fee. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Preschool storytime, 10 a.m., Rolling Hills Library, Savannah branch, 514 W. Main St., Savannah, Missouri. Featuring story, finger plays, rhymes and crafts. For more information, call 816-324-4569.Storytime for ages 3 to 6, 10:30 a.m., St. Joseph Public Library, Downtown branch, 927 Felix St. For more information, call 816-232-3812.Home-schoolers at the library, 1:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, upper story, 1906A N. Belt Highway. A program series geared toward home-schoolers but open to everyone. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library book sale, 3 to 9 p.m., East Hills Shopping Center, 3702 Frederick Blvd. There will be about 15,000 items at the sale. Hardcover books are $2 each, paperbacks, $1, DVDs and CDs are $2. For more information, call 816-236-2107.Creative Art Club for Teens, 4 p.m., St. Joseph Public Library, Downtown branch, 927 Felix St. The primary focus is comic-based art, but also explore other art techniques. For youth ages 12 to 18. For more information, call 816-232-7729.After-school craft class, 4 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Savannah branch, 514 W. Main St., Savannah, Missouri. Youth ages four and older can make a variety of masks, ghouls, monsters and ghosties. Registration required by calling 816-324-4569.Block party, 4:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, 1904 N. Belt Highway. Children 3 and over can play with Legos. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Parkinson’s awareness meeting, 5:30 p.m., Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Citizen’s Center, library, 100 S. 10th St. A new monthly meeting for persons with Parkinson’s and their caregivers. Dr. David Ewing will be the featured speaker.Stars and Hearts — A youth bereavement group, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Meierhoffer Funeral Home, 5005 Frederick Blvd. Youth support group for ages 5 to 18 to address grief in children. For more information, call Angie Cluck at 816-232-2400. To register, call Robin Carolus Duvall at 816-271-0338.div class="subscriber-o...

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J. Bruce Wackenhut Obituary - WKBN.com

Saturday, April 08, 2017

UPMC Horizon Greenville. Mr. Wackenhut was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 16, 1919 to John H. and Ella F. (Stahl) Wackenhut. Bruce was a graduate of Emsworth High School, attended Carnegie Tech and Drexel Universities and was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Civil Engineering. During World War II he worked as a shipfitter’s helper at Pearl Harbor.From 1949 until his retirement in 1982, he was employed in the Engineering Department of the Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad. Bruce was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Greenville, where he had served on church council, served as the chairman of the Property Committee and as the Superintendent of Sunday School. In addition, he had also for some time been a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Meadville and had served on the Board of Directors at Bethesda Children’s Home, where he had volunteered over 2000 hours with the construction of the Home’s Chapel. Bruce was a 54 year member of the Hempfield Township Municipal Authority, served on the Board of Directors of the Greenville Public Library, had been a Boy Scout Leader with Troop #54 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and he very much enjoyed woodworking. On September 29, 1945 he married the former, Margaret E. Floyd, she passed away on J...

School News – March 27 - Daily Journal

Monday, March 27, 2017

Mattingly has earned a National Medal in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in the Visual Arts category with her entry: “Silver Cascade.” She will accept her award at the national ceremony at Carnegie Hall this summer.Local Right to Life contest announcedHigh school students can compete in a contest arguing for the right to life.Right to Life of Johnson and Morgan County Inc. is having a Teen Oratory contest.The contest is open to high school and homeschool juniors and seniors in Johnson and Morgan counties and surrounding counties where no local pro-life Teen Oratory Contest is being held.The contest will be April 22. The deadline to register is April 17.Contestants are asked to give a five to seven minute speech about abortion, infanticide, euthanasia or stem cell research.Application form and rules will be sent to those teens registering. The winner will advance to the Indiana Right to Life State Teen Oratory Contest on May 6.To receive an application form or to know more, please contact Kay Cull, at 317-346-4035, or you can email your name, address, phone number, parent or guardian’s name, and year in school to register to: rtljmc@gmail.comStudents serve as pages at StatehouseLocal students got an inside peek at state government by serving as pages at the Indiana Statehouse.The following students served as pages:Clay Black, Sam Purk, Franklin Community High S...

Dr. Mark James DelMaramo Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 27, 2017

Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James. Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Brenda Kay DelMaramo of Perry Township, Pennsylvania; his four children, Daniel J. DelMaramo of Carnegie, Pennsylvania, Nathan C. DelMaramo, Sarah R. DelMaramo and Noah J. DelMaramo all at home; his mother, Constance L. DelMaramo of Erie; his sister, Beth L. Garzony of Toledo and nephews, Brian, Andrew and Christopher.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Michael Catholic Church, 85 North High Street, Greenville, Pennsylvania, 16125 with Rev. Daniel Hoffman as chief celebrant. Burial will follow in St. Michael’s Cemetery. Calling hours will be held on Friday, February 10 from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Thiel College David Johnson Memorial Chapel, College Avenue, Greenville. A vigil prayer service will be held in the chapel at 8:00 p.m.Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael School, 80 N. High Street, Greenville Pennsylvania 16125; the Thiel College Langenheim Memorial Library, 75 College Ave. Greenville, Pennsylvania or the Pink Angels of the Greenville Area, Attn: Barb Walton, 6 Tanglewood Dr. Greenville, Pennsylvania.Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service of Kinsman, Ohio handled the arrangements with an online guestbook available at www.baumgardnerfuneralhomes.com. Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air Tuesday, February 7 at the following approximate times:6:41 a.m. WYTV and 8:41 a.m. MyYTV and 9:58 a.m. on FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

John Robinson/GazetteLyne Beyer, grand master, and the Kansas Freemasons dedicated the new Lyon County ... - Emporia Gazette

Monday, December 05, 2016

Greg Jordan, executive director of the Lyon County History Center said. “We were in the basement of the civic auditorium for a number of years, then we were in the old Carnegie Library, the old public library — and we didn’t own either of those buildings — so a few years ago we decided it was time, had a capital campaign and now we’re in a new home.”After four years of fundraising and planning, Jordan said he was feeling a mix of emotions as a ribbon cutting and Masonic building ceremony opened the center’s new home at 711 Commercial St. The time leading up to opening has been full of long work days and weeks.“I’m feeling a lot of things — excitement, relief and joy,” Jordan said. “Truly, this has been a community project. It’s been a long-hour project for us here, to get the place up and running.”Jordan said the downtown Emporia location is the perfect place for the new history center.“We could not have picked a better spot,” he said “This is the action area of downtown Emporia. The DK 200 is here, the Granada Theatre, the Emporia Arts Council, the Emporia Chamber of Commerce, the CVB, new businesses, Casa Ramos, Tim Mohn and Gravel City — we’re all right here and it’s a very exciting place to be.”The new center will allow the Lyon County Historical Society to hold more programming and adds additional space for showcasing artifacts.“We’ll actual...

James Galanos, Fashion Designer for the Elite, Dies at 92 - New York Times

Monday, November 14, 2016

Information on survivors was not immediately available.For a time Mr. Galanos worked as an assistant to the designer Hattie Carnegie. He decamped at age 20 for California, where he apprenticed himself to the costume designer Jean Louis at Columbia Studios. With the exception of an unpaid yearlong internship with the Parisian couturier Robert Piguet and a brief stint as a ready-to-wear designer in New York, he remained in California for the rest of his career.Yet he was never allied with his more adventurous West Coast competition, the designers from what is called the Golden Age of California who laid the groundwork for the athletic, sportswear-inspired styles that became a potent cultural export of postwar America.While Los Angeles contemporaries like Rudi Gernreich explored futurism with topless swimsuits, thongs and monokinis, Mr. Galanos stuck to supplying the “little nothing” dresses that were his trademark to a coterie of celebrity loyalists like Marlene Dietrich, Rosalind Russell and Diana Ross, and to the moneyed elite of both coasts.Shortly after he established Galanos Originals, Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills and Neiman Marcus in Dallas placed orders. Influential fashion editors soon championed his work, and his reputation was established.Among his early clients was Grace Kelly. Stanley Marcus, the chairman emeritus of Neiman Marcus, once recalled that with her wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco approaching in 1956, she decided that “she didn’t have the right thing to wear, so she called Jimmy and said she needed one of his beautiful chiffon dresses” — within a week. He delivered.When Mr. Galanos retired from fashion in 1998, he was asked what he considered to be the highlight of his career.“The highlight of my career is simply existing for 46 years,” he answered. “The most important thing I have done is to maintain what I started out to do.”“I never deviated,” he added, “from what was most important, which was quality.”Correction: November 3, 2016An obituary in some editions on Monday and in some copies on Tuesday about the fashion designer James Galanos misidentified the location of the town from which his parents immigrated. They were from the town of Naoussa in Greek Macedonia — not the town by the same name on the Greek islan...

What's up, Oct. 10, 2016 - News-Press Now

Monday, October 10, 2016

N. Belt Highway. Featuring story, finger plays, rhymes and crafts. For more information, call 816-324-4569.Storytime for ages 18 months and older, 10:30 a.m., St. Joseph Public Library, Carnegie branch, 316 Massachusetts St. For more information, call 816-238-0526.Pink Tea Luncheon, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., YWCA, 304 N. Eighth St. ENCOREplus Breast Cancer Outreach Program is hosting a Pink Tea Luncheon. Come in your best tea party apparel. There will be two breast cancer speakers, honoring of breast cancer survivors and a raffle. Cost is $20 per person. RSVP to Chelsea Teater by calling 816-232-4481.Local History Stage Event, 1 p.m., Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Citizens Center, multipurpose room, 100 S. 10th St. This month’s topic is haunted St. Joseph. Admission is free, and refreshments will be served.Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library book sale, 3 to 9 p.m., East Hills Shopping Center, 3702 Frederick Blvd. There will be about 15,000 items at the sale. Hardcover books are $2 each, paperbacks, $1, DVDs and CDs are $2. For more information, call 816-236-2107.After-school activities, 4:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, 1904 N. Belt Highway. A program for youth in kindergarten through fifth graders including reading, cooking and hands-on activities. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Adult crafts, 6:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, 1904 N. Belt Highway. Make a witch decoration using wooden spools. Must register in advance, $5 material fee. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Preschool storytime, 10 a.m., Rolling Hills Library, Savannah branch, 514 W. Main St., Savannah, Missouri. Featuring story, finger plays, rhymes and crafts. For more information, call 816-324-4569.Storytime for ages 3 to 6, 10:30 a.m., St. Joseph Public Library, Downtown branch, 927 Felix St. For more information, call 816-232-3812.Home-schoolers at the library, 1:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, upper story, 1906A N. Belt Highway. A program series geared toward home-schoolers but open to everyone. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library book sale, 3 to 9 p.m., East Hills Shopping Center, 3702 Frederick Blvd. There will be about 15,000 items at the sale. Hardcover books are $2 each, paperbacks, $1, DVDs and CDs are $2. For more information, call 816-236-2107.Creative Art Club for Teens, 4 p.m., St. Joseph Public Library, Downtown branch, 927 Felix St. The primary focus is comic-based art, but also explore other art techniques. For youth ages 12 to 18. For more information, call 816-232-7729.After-school craft class, 4 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Savannah branch, 514 W. Main St., Savannah, Missouri. Youth ages four and older can make a variety of masks, ghouls, monsters and ghosties. Registration required by calling 816-324-4569.Block party, 4:30 p.m., Rolling Hills Library, Belt branch, 1904 N. Belt Highway. Children 3 and over can play with Legos. For more information, call 816-232-5479.Parkinson’s awareness meeting, 5:30 p.m., Joyce Raye Patterson Senior Citizen’s Center, library, 100 S. 10th St. A new monthly meeting for persons with Parkinson’s and their caregivers. Dr. David Ewing will be the featured speaker.Stars and Hearts — A youth bereavement group, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Meierhoffer Funeral Home, 5005 Frederick Blvd. Youth support group for ages 5 to 18 to address grief in children. For more information, call Angie Cluck at 816-232-2400. To register, call Robin Carolus Duvall at 816-271-0338.div class="subscriber-o...