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John Roberts

Monday, June 26, 2017

Sr. and Vivian Johnson Roberts, and his sister, Elizabeth Claire Roberts.Survivors include his brothers, Howard L. Roberts, Jr. and wife Teresa, James McDuffy Roberts and wife Sharon, and Dennis Noble Roberts and wife Virginia; numerous nieces and nephews, and his special furry friends, Trixie and Annie.John’s wishes were to be cremated with no services. The family intends to honor these wishes and provide him with one last trip to the beach. An online guest book is available for family and friends by visiting www.johnmoakey.com.

JOHN MILLARD FULTZ - The Navasota Examiner

Saturday, April 08, 2017

MILLARD FULTZ1950 – 2017 John Millard Fultz was born Aug. 4, 1950, and went peacefully home to his Father on March 20, 2017.  Visitation with the family will be Friday, March 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Nobles Funeral Chapel.  Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, March 25, at First Baptist Church in Navasota with the Revs. Malcolm Bane and Clyde Larrabee officiating.  Masonic graveside services will follow in Oakland Cemetery.  Arrangements are under the direction of Nobles Funeral Chapel. Celebrating his life are his wife, Kathy Fultz; his children, Jon C. and YoLanda Fultz, Shawn and Lauren Stuart, Josh M. Fultz, Jennifer and Justin E. Jarvis and Shelbie and Jeb Kolby. Poppy was loved by his grandchildren, Elizabeth Cobb and Jackson Fultz, Lorin, Korbin, Lawson and Sutton Stuart, Jadyn Fultz, and Cade, Owen, and Charis Kolby. Loving family members also include his only sister, Bonnie, and brother-in-law, Court Armstrong, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and beloved friends. John was pre-deceased by his father, Joseph Donald Fultz; his brother, Joe King Fultz Sr.; his stepfather, Norman Davis; and mother, Artie Fultz Davis. John graduated from Navasota High School as ...

Ruth Racer Turney - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Monday, April 03, 2017

Ruth enjoyed cooking and playing cards.Survivors include her daughter, Linda Kay (Robert) Ogle of Champaign; son, Stephen Lynn Racer of Muncie, Ind.; granddaughters, Nancy Lynn (Jay) Gould of Noblesville, Ind., and Carolyn Ann Ogle of Tampa, Fla.; three great-grandchildren, Kayla Gould of Champaign, Courtney Gould of Noblesville, Ind., and Caden Gould of Noblesville; Charlie had five children, including Debbie Scott (Ramon) of Muncie, Ind.Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 30, at Green Park Cemetery in Portland, Ind.Friends may call from noon until 1 p.m. Thursday at The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel.Memorial contributions may be directed to Golden Living Center's Interactive Arts Program, 2701 Lyn-Mar Drive, Muncie, IN 47304.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.meeksmortuary.com.

John Tyson Sr., prominent Mobilian and former state senator, dies at 91 - WSFA

Monday, April 03, 2017

Masonic Lodge 40, J.H. McCormick Lodge, Scottish Rite of Freemasonry – 33rd degree Mason, Mobile York Rite Masonic Body and Al Hassan Grotto. He was potentate of the Abba Temple Shrine, illustrious noble imperial and Shrine Imperial Council member. Tyson was a member of the Alabama Bar Association and the Mobile Bar Association, Elks Lodge, VFW, and West Mobile Rotary Club. He is preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Grace Harris Durant Tyson, daughter Mary Mighell Tyson Duffy, granddaughter Holly, parents James Jordan and Myrtice McCaskill Tyso,n and siste, Mary Tyson Lear. He is survived by his children; John M. Tyson, Jr. (Elizabeth K.), William J. Tyson (Debra O.), Richard M. Tyson (Tracy K.), Grace D. Tyson, Robert C. Tyson (Kimberly C.), Adrian M. Tyson (Paulette P.) and Elizabeth Tyson Ray (H. Paul). He is also survived by his brother, James Jordan Tyson, Jr., U.S.N, Ret., fourteen grandchildren; K. Elizabeth Tyson, Jeanne C. Tyson, Ashley Tyson Johnson (Peter), Emily M. Tyson, William Tyson, Jr. (Alexandria), Maggie Lee Tyson, Grace Durant Castronova, Johnathan G. Bankston, Robert C. Tyson, Jr. (Heather), Angelica L. Tyson, John Price Tyson (Caitlin), John Ashton Moore, Harry Paul Ray, Jr. and Hunter Tyson Ray; seven great-grandchildren; Lillian, Henry and Margaret Johnson, Grace Cecilia Castronova, Alivea and Paisli Tyson, John Fisher Tyson; adopted Russian children; Alex, Tim, Liana, Katya, Nadia, Dasha, Misha, Arkady, Maryna, Natasha, Vlad, Lena and others around the world.The family expresses a special thank you with love to Marilyn Koen, Felecia Johnson and Emily Bowie.Memorial donations may be offered to the Parkinson's Research Foundation, Abba Shrine Transportation Fund, 7701 Hitt Road, Mobile, AL 36695, the University of South Alabama Scholarship Fund and Government Street Presbyterian Church. Condolences may be offered at www.radneyfuneralhome-mobile.com.Visitation will be held Sunday, Nov. 13, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Radney’s Funeral Home on Dauphin Street. Visitation will also be held Monday, Nov. 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Government Street Presbyterian Church with service immediately following at 11.  Graveside services will be held at Magnolia Cemetery.    All content © 2016, WALA; Mobile, AL. (A Meredith Corporation Station). All Rights Reserved.

Earl Noble - The Southern

Monday, April 03, 2017

ANNA — Earl Noble, 61, passed away at 1:35 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at his home.Earl was born June 7, 1955, in Anna, the son of Donald Richard and Carolyn Yvonne (Isom) Noble Sr.He married Jo Vonna Hemby on Jan. 8, 1977. They had just celebrated 40 years of marriage together as spouses, partners and friends.He worked for over 30 years as a copier technician in Southern Illinois and the Paducah, Kentucky, area. He enjoyed fishing, but golf and football were his passions. He looked forward to time on the golf course with friends and his brother, Rich. He would happily engage at any time in conversations about professional football, knowing all the latest facts.His pride and joy were his sons, Dylan and Austin. Earl loved watching his sons participate in sports and coached them for several years. He enjoyed seeing them grow up to be wonderful, fine young men.Earl is survived by his wife of 40 years, Jo Vonna Noble of Anna; sons, Dylan Noble of Paducah, and Austin Noble of Edwardsville; Richard (...

Beloved Ogden mortician Richard Myers has died - Standard-Examiner

Monday, April 03, 2017

Joe Florence, were known for 60 years as “The Fearsome Foursome.” They were together, along with their wives, each week for about 60 years, Tanner said.Noted businessman Alan Hall said Myers was a noble mentor and a steady presence in the area.“I really looked at him as one of the great servant leaders of our community,” Hall said. “He was very focused on people.”Myers influenced Weber County in business, the community and at church, Hall said, “just about every way you could think of.”He was part of a cadre who built Weber County to what it is, Hall said. Myers’ service included time as a Northern Utah spokesman for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; he held many church callings, including bishop, high councilman and in the stake presidency. He was president of the Utah Funeral Directors Association. Describing Myers as “a man without guile,” Hall said he treated others with respect, no matter who they were.Scott Parkinson, who was president of the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce in the early 1990s said Myers was chairman of the chamber just before Parkinson’s appointment as president.“He would become an important mentor helping me in my new role,” Parkinson said. “Richard was always watching out for people.”Administrative assistants at Myers’ business said he mentored them in the same manner.“He was always very concerned about me and my life,” said Becky McBride. “He cared abut his employees and tried to make sure they were taken care of. He would tell me funny stories about when he first got started.”“He was so kind and nice with families,” Claire Dowdy added. “Even after he retired, people would come in and ask for him.”Linda L Pollock-Wells was one who experienced Myers’ compassion for people in their time of grief.“When my son's father died, he really was so kind,” she said. “When he asked you how you were, he really wanted to know. He was such a good, good man. ... He would always ask me for a hug.”Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at the North Ogden Stake Center, 626 E. 2600 North, North Ogden.A viewing will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, March 17, at Myers Ogden Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. and Saturday at the stake center from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.You may reach reporter JaNae Francis at jfrancis@standard.net or 801-625-4228. Follow her on Twitter at @JaNaeFrancisSE or like her on Facebook at facebook.com/SEJaNaeFrancis. ...

Ann Mahoney Bryce, Pioneer of Oklahoma TV, Dies at 92 - Tulsa World

Monday, March 27, 2017

He later built a proper house. One of the bedrooms in the new house had a trap door that opened to the original cave. Michael raised wheat and cattle and went on to become a prominent citizen in Noble County. He was elected county treasurer and helped found a bank in Perry. Ann was a career woman before being a career woman was cool. Shortly after graduating from OU, she was hired by Oklahoma Natural Gas. The company sponsored "Lookin' at Cookin'" one of the first shows to air regularly on KOTV after the station launched in October 1949. (KOTV was the first TV station in Tulsa and the second in Oklahoma. WFOR in Oklahoma City was the first.) Ann hosted "Lookin' at Cookin'" when it debuted on KOTV on December 8, 1949. "Lookin' at Cookin'" would continue to air on KOTV for the next 32 years and was one of the longest-running shows in the history of the station. ("Lewis Meyer's Bookshelf" which aired for 42 years, holds the longevity record at KOTV.) In addition to her duties on KOTV, Ann traveled the state on behalf of ONG doing cooking demonstrations. She also taught what ONG called "kitcheneering classes" that were "designed to help the new homemaker, brides, brides-to-be, career girls, and business women." In 1950, she went on a blind date with Walter Pierce Bryce, a native of Tulsa, who had served as Marine aviator in World War II. Walter liked to tell of how during their courtship, he would visit the TV station after Ann had been on the air so he could get a good meal. When they met, Bryce Insurance, which Walter had launched in 1949, was struggling to get off the ground. Meanwhile, he said, "Ann had a job, a car, and an apartment." In 1951, the two were married in Enid at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Walter wisecracked that shortly after they married, "Ann got pregnant, had to quit her job, and the car broke down, so I had to get to work." He did. Bryce Insurance grew rapidly over the next few decades to become one of the largest independent insurance agencies in Oklahoma. In 1995, Bryce Insurance was purchased by Chicago-...

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John Roberts

Monday, June 26, 2017

Sr. and Vivian Johnson Roberts, and his sister, Elizabeth Claire Roberts.Survivors include his brothers, Howard L. Roberts, Jr. and wife Teresa, James McDuffy Roberts and wife Sharon, and Dennis Noble Roberts and wife Virginia; numerous nieces and nephews, and his special furry friends, Trixie and Annie.John’s wishes were to be cremated with no services. The family intends to honor these wishes and provide him with one last trip to the beach. An online guest book is available for family and friends by visiting www.johnmoakey.com.

JOHN MILLARD FULTZ - The Navasota Examiner

Saturday, April 08, 2017

MILLARD FULTZ1950 – 2017 John Millard Fultz was born Aug. 4, 1950, and went peacefully home to his Father on March 20, 2017.  Visitation with the family will be Friday, March 24, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Nobles Funeral Chapel.  Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, March 25, at First Baptist Church in Navasota with the Revs. Malcolm Bane and Clyde Larrabee officiating.  Masonic graveside services will follow in Oakland Cemetery.  Arrangements are under the direction of Nobles Funeral Chapel. Celebrating his life are his wife, Kathy Fultz; his children, Jon C. and YoLanda Fultz, Shawn and Lauren Stuart, Josh M. Fultz, Jennifer and Justin E. Jarvis and Shelbie and Jeb Kolby. Poppy was loved by his grandchildren, Elizabeth Cobb and Jackson Fultz, Lorin, Korbin, Lawson and Sutton Stuart, Jadyn Fultz, and Cade, Owen, and Charis Kolby. Loving family members also include his only sister, Bonnie, and brother-in-law, Court Armstrong, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and beloved friends. John was pre-deceased by his father, Joseph Donald Fultz; his brother, Joe King Fultz Sr.; his stepfather, Norman Davis; and mother, Artie Fultz Davis. John graduated from Navasota High School as ...

Ruth Racer Turney - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Monday, April 03, 2017

Ruth enjoyed cooking and playing cards.Survivors include her daughter, Linda Kay (Robert) Ogle of Champaign; son, Stephen Lynn Racer of Muncie, Ind.; granddaughters, Nancy Lynn (Jay) Gould of Noblesville, Ind., and Carolyn Ann Ogle of Tampa, Fla.; three great-grandchildren, Kayla Gould of Champaign, Courtney Gould of Noblesville, Ind., and Caden Gould of Noblesville; Charlie had five children, including Debbie Scott (Ramon) of Muncie, Ind.Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 30, at Green Park Cemetery in Portland, Ind.Friends may call from noon until 1 p.m. Thursday at The Meeks Mortuary and Crematory, Washington Street Chapel.Memorial contributions may be directed to Golden Living Center's Interactive Arts Program, 2701 Lyn-Mar Drive, Muncie, IN 47304.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.meeksmortuary.com.

John Tyson Sr., prominent Mobilian and former state senator, dies at 91 - WSFA

Monday, April 03, 2017

Masonic Lodge 40, J.H. McCormick Lodge, Scottish Rite of Freemasonry – 33rd degree Mason, Mobile York Rite Masonic Body and Al Hassan Grotto. He was potentate of the Abba Temple Shrine, illustrious noble imperial and Shrine Imperial Council member. Tyson was a member of the Alabama Bar Association and the Mobile Bar Association, Elks Lodge, VFW, and West Mobile Rotary Club. He is preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Grace Harris Durant Tyson, daughter Mary Mighell Tyson Duffy, granddaughter Holly, parents James Jordan and Myrtice McCaskill Tyso,n and siste, Mary Tyson Lear. He is survived by his children; John M. Tyson, Jr. (Elizabeth K.), William J. Tyson (Debra O.), Richard M. Tyson (Tracy K.), Grace D. Tyson, Robert C. Tyson (Kimberly C.), Adrian M. Tyson (Paulette P.) and Elizabeth Tyson Ray (H. Paul). He is also survived by his brother, James Jordan Tyson, Jr., U.S.N, Ret., fourteen grandchildren; K. Elizabeth Tyson, Jeanne C. Tyson, Ashley Tyson Johnson (Peter), Emily M. Tyson, William Tyson, Jr. (Alexandria), Maggie Lee Tyson, Grace Durant Castronova, Johnathan G. Bankston, Robert C. Tyson, Jr. (Heather), Angelica L. Tyson, John Price Tyson (Caitlin), John Ashton Moore, Harry Paul Ray, Jr. and Hunter Tyson Ray; seven great-grandchildren; Lillian, Henry and Margaret Johnson, Grace Cecilia Castronova, Alivea and Paisli Tyson, John Fisher Tyson; adopted Russian children; Alex, Tim, Liana, Katya, Nadia, Dasha, Misha, Arkady, Maryna, Natasha, Vlad, Lena and others around the world.The family expresses a special thank you with love to Marilyn Koen, Felecia Johnson and Emily Bowie.Memorial donations may be offered to the Parkinson's Research Foundation, Abba Shrine Transportation Fund, 7701 Hitt Road, Mobile, AL 36695, the University of South Alabama Scholarship Fund and Government Street Presbyterian Church. Condolences may be offered at www.radneyfuneralhome-mobile.com.Visitation will be held Sunday, Nov. 13, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Radney’s Funeral Home on Dauphin Street. Visitation will also be held Monday, Nov. 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Government Street Presbyterian Church with service immediately following at 11.  Graveside services will be held at Magnolia Cemetery.    All content © 2016, WALA; Mobile, AL. (A Meredith Corporation Station). All Rights Reserved.

Earl Noble - The Southern

Monday, April 03, 2017

ANNA — Earl Noble, 61, passed away at 1:35 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at his home.Earl was born June 7, 1955, in Anna, the son of Donald Richard and Carolyn Yvonne (Isom) Noble Sr.He married Jo Vonna Hemby on Jan. 8, 1977. They had just celebrated 40 years of marriage together as spouses, partners and friends.He worked for over 30 years as a copier technician in Southern Illinois and the Paducah, Kentucky, area. He enjoyed fishing, but golf and football were his passions. He looked forward to time on the golf course with friends and his brother, Rich. He would happily engage at any time in conversations about professional football, knowing all the latest facts.His pride and joy were his sons, Dylan and Austin. Earl loved watching his sons participate in sports and coached them for several years. He enjoyed seeing them grow up to be wonderful, fine young men.Earl is survived by his wife of 40 years, Jo Vonna Noble of Anna; sons, Dylan Noble of Paducah, and Austin Noble of Edwardsville; Richard (...

Beloved Ogden mortician Richard Myers has died - Standard-Examiner

Monday, April 03, 2017

Joe Florence, were known for 60 years as “The Fearsome Foursome.” They were together, along with their wives, each week for about 60 years, Tanner said.Noted businessman Alan Hall said Myers was a noble mentor and a steady presence in the area.“I really looked at him as one of the great servant leaders of our community,” Hall said. “He was very focused on people.”Myers influenced Weber County in business, the community and at church, Hall said, “just about every way you could think of.”He was part of a cadre who built Weber County to what it is, Hall said. Myers’ service included time as a Northern Utah spokesman for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; he held many church callings, including bishop, high councilman and in the stake presidency. He was president of the Utah Funeral Directors Association. Describing Myers as “a man without guile,” Hall said he treated others with respect, no matter who they were.Scott Parkinson, who was president of the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce in the early 1990s said Myers was chairman of the chamber just before Parkinson’s appointment as president.“He would become an important mentor helping me in my new role,” Parkinson said. “Richard was always watching out for people.”Administrative assistants at Myers’ business said he mentored them in the same manner.“He was always very concerned about me and my life,” said Becky McBride. “He cared abut his employees and tried to make sure they were taken care of. He would tell me funny stories about when he first got started.”“He was so kind and nice with families,” Claire Dowdy added. “Even after he retired, people would come in and ask for him.”Linda L Pollock-Wells was one who experienced Myers’ compassion for people in their time of grief.“When my son's father died, he really was so kind,” she said. “When he asked you how you were, he really wanted to know. He was such a good, good man. ... He would always ask me for a hug.”Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at the North Ogden Stake Center, 626 E. 2600 North, North Ogden.A viewing will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, March 17, at Myers Ogden Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. and Saturday at the stake center from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.You may reach reporter JaNae Francis at jfrancis@standard.net or 801-625-4228. Follow her on Twitter at @JaNaeFrancisSE or like her on Facebook at facebook.com/SEJaNaeFrancis. ...

Ann Mahoney Bryce, Pioneer of Oklahoma TV, Dies at 92 - Tulsa World

Monday, March 27, 2017

He later built a proper house. One of the bedrooms in the new house had a trap door that opened to the original cave. Michael raised wheat and cattle and went on to become a prominent citizen in Noble County. He was elected county treasurer and helped found a bank in Perry. Ann was a career woman before being a career woman was cool. Shortly after graduating from OU, she was hired by Oklahoma Natural Gas. The company sponsored "Lookin' at Cookin'" one of the first shows to air regularly on KOTV after the station launched in October 1949. (KOTV was the first TV station in Tulsa and the second in Oklahoma. WFOR in Oklahoma City was the first.) Ann hosted "Lookin' at Cookin'" when it debuted on KOTV on December 8, 1949. "Lookin' at Cookin'" would continue to air on KOTV for the next 32 years and was one of the longest-running shows in the history of the station. ("Lewis Meyer's Bookshelf" which aired for 42 years, holds the longevity record at KOTV.) In addition to her duties on KOTV, Ann traveled the state on behalf of ONG doing cooking demonstrations. She also taught what ONG called "kitcheneering classes" that were "designed to help the new homemaker, brides, brides-to-be, career girls, and business women." In 1950, she went on a blind date with Walter Pierce Bryce, a native of Tulsa, who had served as Marine aviator in World War II. Walter liked to tell of how during their courtship, he would visit the TV station after Ann had been on the air so he could get a good meal. When they met, Bryce Insurance, which Walter had launched in 1949, was struggling to get off the ground. Meanwhile, he said, "Ann had a job, a car, and an apartment." In 1951, the two were married in Enid at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Walter wisecracked that shortly after they married, "Ann got pregnant, had to quit her job, and the car broke down, so I had to get to work." He did. Bryce Insurance grew rapidly over the next few decades to become one of the largest independent insurance agencies in Oklahoma. In 1995, Bryce Insurance was purchased by Chicago-...