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Yale Palmer Funeral Home

500 East Detroit Avenue
Yale, OK 74085
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Sidney Burrow - KUSH Radio

Monday, June 19, 2017

Palmer Marler Funeral Home1600kush.comSidney Burrow a longtime Yale farmer, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at his daughter’s home in Yale surrounded by his family at the age of 90 ½. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Wellston Cemetery, Wellston, Oklahoma. Brother Mich Dershem will officiate.Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., on Tuesday at the Palmer Marler Funeral Home in Yale.Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale, Ok.Sidney was born on November 29, 1926 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Luther C. and Bessie (Whitall) Burrow. He grew up and attended school in Bearden. Sidney joined the U. S. Army serving from 1945 to 1946 during WWII. After serving his country, he returned to Agra then moved to Wellston and then moved to Yale on a farm where he resided until his death. Sidney worked at O.S.U. Physical plant as a roofer, retiring in 1992. Sidney lived on a farm in Yale and enjoyed raising cattle, farming, riding his tractors and wearing his overalls. He was a member of...

Frank Laine Jr. - Wilson Post

Saturday, June 10, 2017

U.S. Navy Veteran and retired from IBM with thirty-seven years of service. He was a member of the Lebanon Masonic Lodge # 98 F & AM and The Knights Templar.He was preceded in death by a wife, Coyalene McPeak Laine; five sisters: Iva Dell McMinn, Frances VanHook, Dorothy Locke, Martha Bell, Linda Yarbrough; two brothers: Ralph and David Laine. He is survived by his wife, Dimple Manners Laine; three children: Angela Laine, Elizabeth (Tony) Goolsby, Troy Laine; step-children: Tim and Mike Watkins, Sherry (Tony) Eskew; sister, Shirley (Tony) DeMatteo; eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be held Sunday, May 21, 2017, at 2 p.m. from the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Bro. Glenn Denton and Bro. Mike Shelby officiating. Interment with Military Honors will be in Wilson County Memorial Gardens. Active Pallbearers: Nick Locke, Jim Stallings, Tom Arnold Jr., Tiff Arnold, Joe Holbrook, Billy Brown. Honorary Pallbearers: Jeremy Pewitt, Dylan Likens. Visitation Saturday 1 to 7 p.m. and Sunday after 12 p.m. Masonic Service Saturday 6:30 p.m.Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, www.ligonbobo.com.

Woman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275 - TB Reporter (blog)

Monday, May 01, 2017

She was running west across the interstate when she was hit by the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu that Ashland was driving and a 2009 Toyota Highlander that was driven by Tessia Donyale, 45, of Memphis, TN.For information about the Florida Highway Patrol, go to flhsmv.gov.Florida Highway Patrol Pedestrian Dies Paige Nicole Murray Traffic Death Traffic Crash Tampa Bay News TB Reporter#FloridaHighwayPatrol #PedestrianDies #PaigeNicoleMurray #TrafficDeath #TrafficCrash #TampaBayNews #TBReporterSummaryArticle NameWoman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275DescriptionShe had gotten out of a vehicle stopped by the side of the interstate, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.AuthorTB ReporterPublisher NameTB ReporterPublisher LogoShare this:Related...

Bob Ream | Obituaries | missoulian.com - The Missoulian

Monday, March 27, 2017

Canoe Area Wilderness. Over the next three years he was able to hike and canoe most of the trails and lakes in the BWCA. During this period, Bob met Dr. Dave Mech, who was studying wolves in Isle Royale National Park in Michigan, and began assisting Dave there and in the BWCA. This was the only area in the lower 48 states then inhabited by wolves, and Bob was with Dave in 1968 when the team captured the first wolf and radio-collared it. In 1969, Bob was offered a faculty position in the University of Montana’s School of Forestry by Dean Arnold Bolle, a noted conservation leader, and moved to the state he would call home for the rest of his life. He began the Wolf Ecology Project in 1973 and determined no established pack or breeding pair existed in Montana. He received funding to hire two biologists, and in 1979 they trapped a wolf in the North Fork of the Flathead River valley and tracked her for a year and a half. This wolf found a mate and produced seven pups in 1982, marking the first pack documented in the northern U.S. Rockies in at least 50 years. By 1995, Bob estimated 80 wolves resided in northwest Montana, and wolves now appear to have become a stable part of Montana’s wildlife ecosystem again.   Bob was well known for heading up the Wolf Ecology Project, but he took most pride in the Wilderness and Civilization Program he established at UM in 1975.  The W&C Program is an interdisciplinary program providing students an opportunity to explore humans’ relationship to wilderness and civilization, and includes faculty from wilderness management, ecology, philosophy, Native American studies, economics, creative writing, and others. The program begins each fall with a 10-12 day backpack trip, combining outdoor skills with education. Bob often described how students’ inhibitions dissolved during the trip, which stimulated lively class discussions once they returned to their traditional classroom settings. Thousands of students studied with Bob during his tenure at UM, in courses such as resource conservation, large mammal conservation, wildlife ecology and management, habitat management, and wilderness management, and Bob helped launch the careers of many talented conservationists. Bob capped his UM career as Acting Dean of the School of Forestry from 1993-1994.Bob was passionately involved in politics. He served in the Montana Legislature as a representative from Missoula from 1983-1997, where he distinguished himself on fish and game, taxation, and natural resource issues, sponsoring Montana’s stream access law, mini-Superfund law, and restitution payments for illegally taken wildlife, among others. Bob served as Chair of the Montana Democratic Party from 1997-2005, a period in which the Party saw significant electoral gains at the legislative and statewide levels.    Bob’s other professional accomplishments incl...

Suffield Obituary: John Adams, 83 - Patch.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

John was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the late Woodward and Rachel Adams on May 9, 1933. He graduated from Shady Side Academy in 1950, Yale University in 1954 and the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1959. Except for several years when he served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut beginning in 1963, he was engaged in the private practice of law, first in solo practice and since 1983 partnered with his daughter at Adams & Eliason. John served as the Town Attorney for the Town of Enfield from 1967 to 1977, and in 1977 was appointed by Governor Ella Grasso as a Hearing Officer for the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. He was also a board member for many years for various organizations including Community Health Resources, Educational Resources for Children, and the Enfield Juvenile Review Board. He has been a member of the Enfield Rotary Club since 1965. John was an avid fan of the Pirates, Steelers, Patriots, Whalers and UConn men and women’s basketball teams, loved to travel and take photographs, and sang with the Enfield Community Chorus, the Notarians and the Beethoven Chorus.He is survived by three daughters, Pamela D. Adams of Andover, Deborah W. A. Eliason and her husband, Kevin G. Mooney, of Enfield, and Samantha C. Bishop and her husba...

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Sidney Burrow - KUSH Radio

Monday, June 19, 2017

Palmer Marler Funeral Home1600kush.comSidney Burrow a longtime Yale farmer, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at his daughter’s home in Yale surrounded by his family at the age of 90 ½. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Wellston Cemetery, Wellston, Oklahoma. Brother Mich Dershem will officiate.Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., on Tuesday at the Palmer Marler Funeral Home in Yale.Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale, Ok.Sidney was born on November 29, 1926 in Okemah, Oklahoma to Luther C. and Bessie (Whitall) Burrow. He grew up and attended school in Bearden. Sidney joined the U. S. Army serving from 1945 to 1946 during WWII. After serving his country, he returned to Agra then moved to Wellston and then moved to Yale on a farm where he resided until his death. Sidney worked at O.S.U. Physical plant as a roofer, retiring in 1992. Sidney lived on a farm in Yale and enjoyed raising cattle, farming, riding his tractors and wearing his overalls. He was a member of...

Frank Laine Jr. - Wilson Post

Saturday, June 10, 2017

U.S. Navy Veteran and retired from IBM with thirty-seven years of service. He was a member of the Lebanon Masonic Lodge # 98 F & AM and The Knights Templar.He was preceded in death by a wife, Coyalene McPeak Laine; five sisters: Iva Dell McMinn, Frances VanHook, Dorothy Locke, Martha Bell, Linda Yarbrough; two brothers: Ralph and David Laine. He is survived by his wife, Dimple Manners Laine; three children: Angela Laine, Elizabeth (Tony) Goolsby, Troy Laine; step-children: Tim and Mike Watkins, Sherry (Tony) Eskew; sister, Shirley (Tony) DeMatteo; eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be held Sunday, May 21, 2017, at 2 p.m. from the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Bro. Glenn Denton and Bro. Mike Shelby officiating. Interment with Military Honors will be in Wilson County Memorial Gardens. Active Pallbearers: Nick Locke, Jim Stallings, Tom Arnold Jr., Tiff Arnold, Joe Holbrook, Billy Brown. Honorary Pallbearers: Jeremy Pewitt, Dylan Likens. Visitation Saturday 1 to 7 p.m. and Sunday after 12 p.m. Masonic Service Saturday 6:30 p.m.Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, www.ligonbobo.com.

Woman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275 - TB Reporter (blog)

Monday, May 01, 2017

She was running west across the interstate when she was hit by the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu that Ashland was driving and a 2009 Toyota Highlander that was driven by Tessia Donyale, 45, of Memphis, TN.For information about the Florida Highway Patrol, go to flhsmv.gov.Florida Highway Patrol Pedestrian Dies Paige Nicole Murray Traffic Death Traffic Crash Tampa Bay News TB Reporter#FloridaHighwayPatrol #PedestrianDies #PaigeNicoleMurray #TrafficDeath #TrafficCrash #TampaBayNews #TBReporterSummaryArticle NameWoman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275DescriptionShe had gotten out of a vehicle stopped by the side of the interstate, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.AuthorTB ReporterPublisher NameTB ReporterPublisher LogoShare this:Related...

Bob Ream | Obituaries | missoulian.com - The Missoulian

Monday, March 27, 2017

Canoe Area Wilderness. Over the next three years he was able to hike and canoe most of the trails and lakes in the BWCA. During this period, Bob met Dr. Dave Mech, who was studying wolves in Isle Royale National Park in Michigan, and began assisting Dave there and in the BWCA. This was the only area in the lower 48 states then inhabited by wolves, and Bob was with Dave in 1968 when the team captured the first wolf and radio-collared it. In 1969, Bob was offered a faculty position in the University of Montana’s School of Forestry by Dean Arnold Bolle, a noted conservation leader, and moved to the state he would call home for the rest of his life. He began the Wolf Ecology Project in 1973 and determined no established pack or breeding pair existed in Montana. He received funding to hire two biologists, and in 1979 they trapped a wolf in the North Fork of the Flathead River valley and tracked her for a year and a half. This wolf found a mate and produced seven pups in 1982, marking the first pack documented in the northern U.S. Rockies in at least 50 years. By 1995, Bob estimated 80 wolves resided in northwest Montana, and wolves now appear to have become a stable part of Montana’s wildlife ecosystem again.   Bob was well known for heading up the Wolf Ecology Project, but he took most pride in the Wilderness and Civilization Program he established at UM in 1975.  The W&C Program is an interdisciplinary program providing students an opportunity to explore humans’ relationship to wilderness and civilization, and includes faculty from wilderness management, ecology, philosophy, Native American studies, economics, creative writing, and others. The program begins each fall with a 10-12 day backpack trip, combining outdoor skills with education. Bob often described how students’ inhibitions dissolved during the trip, which stimulated lively class discussions once they returned to their traditional classroom settings. Thousands of students studied with Bob during his tenure at UM, in courses such as resource conservation, large mammal conservation, wildlife ecology and management, habitat management, and wilderness management, and Bob helped launch the careers of many talented conservationists. Bob capped his UM career as Acting Dean of the School of Forestry from 1993-1994.Bob was passionately involved in politics. He served in the Montana Legislature as a representative from Missoula from 1983-1997, where he distinguished himself on fish and game, taxation, and natural resource issues, sponsoring Montana’s stream access law, mini-Superfund law, and restitution payments for illegally taken wildlife, among others. Bob served as Chair of the Montana Democratic Party from 1997-2005, a period in which the Party saw significant electoral gains at the legislative and statewide levels.    Bob’s other professional accomplishments incl...

Suffield Obituary: John Adams, 83 - Patch.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

John was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the late Woodward and Rachel Adams on May 9, 1933. He graduated from Shady Side Academy in 1950, Yale University in 1954 and the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1959. Except for several years when he served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut beginning in 1963, he was engaged in the private practice of law, first in solo practice and since 1983 partnered with his daughter at Adams & Eliason. John served as the Town Attorney for the Town of Enfield from 1967 to 1977, and in 1977 was appointed by Governor Ella Grasso as a Hearing Officer for the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. He was also a board member for many years for various organizations including Community Health Resources, Educational Resources for Children, and the Enfield Juvenile Review Board. He has been a member of the Enfield Rotary Club since 1965. John was an avid fan of the Pirates, Steelers, Patriots, Whalers and UConn men and women’s basketball teams, loved to travel and take photographs, and sang with the Enfield Community Chorus, the Notarians and the Beethoven Chorus.He is survived by three daughters, Pamela D. Adams of Andover, Deborah W. A. Eliason and her husband, Kevin G. Mooney, of Enfield, and Samantha C. Bishop and her husba...