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Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

336 Southwest Dorion Avenue
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-2331
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Folsom Bishop Funeral Chapel

131 Southeast Byers Avenue
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-1221
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Olney Cemetery Monuments

865 Tutuilla Road
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-8100
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Pendleton City Cemetery Parks and Recreation

865 Tutuilla Road
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-8100
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Skyview Memorial Park

70116 Highway 395 South
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 278-0741
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Kenneth (Kenny) J. Taylor, 55, of Antwerp - WWNY TV 7

Monday, February 06, 2017

October 3, 1980 in Fresno, CA and served until July 4, 1983.  He continued serving in the reserves until he was honorably discharged as a Lance Corporal Officer on September 17, 1986 in Camp Pendleton, CA.While in California he met Gina M. Coffin and they married on May 5, 1984 in Riverside, CA.  While residing in California Kenny worked with his father who owned and operated “Taylor Hoof Trimming” for several years.  In 1994 the couple moved to Antwerp, NY where Gina became a teacher at Gouverneur Central School and he was a car salesman. For the last fourteen years Kenny was employed by F.X. Caprara Trailer Sales and F.X. Caprara Harley Davidson.Kenny was an outdoorsman enjoying fishing, hunting, four wheeling, boating, riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, and drag racing at the ESTA Dragstrip in Cicero and the surrounding area. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.  He was a member of the National Hot Rod Association and the Antwerp American Legion Post #916. Among his survivors are his loving wife of 32 years Gina M. Taylor, Antwerp; his beloved daughter and son in law, Sarah E. and Seth A. Musikant, Rochester; his mother Joann VanBoven, Escalon, CA.; a sister and brother-in-law, Sandra L. and Kevin Brinkman, Salida, CA; a sister Jennifer Johnson, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho; 5 stepbrothers and 2 stepsisters; his faithful friend and companion, grand puppy Captain, and several sister-in-laws, brother-in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.Kenny is predeceased by his father Kenneth T. Taylor of Norco, CaIn lieu of flowers donations may be made in Kenny’s memory to Ryan’s Wish Foundation C/O Rob and Rita Saidel P.O. Box 326 Gouverneur, NY 13642.Online condolences may be made at www.hartandbrucefh.c...

January 16, 2016 - WJHnews

Monday, January 16, 2017

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First Baptist Church, 670 Main St., Blackshear, Ga. 31516, the Sycamore Tree, 204 Central Ave., Blackshear, Ga. 31516; or the Southeast Cancer Unit, 401 Pendleton St., Waycross, Ga. 31501.Sympathy may be expressed by signing online at www.hartfh.comHart Funeral Home of Blackshear is in charge of arrangements.Felix LaVerne HicksFelix LaVerne Hicks departed life Wednesday morning (Jan. 11, 2017) at 1:18 a.m. while at Candler Hospital in Savannah.He  was born July 3, 1964 at Memorial Hospital, Savannah.  He was a son of the late Mattie Mathis Hicks, retired officer of the Liberty County Board of Education and retired Diamond Elementary School teacher, Fort Stewart, who was funeralized Jan. 3, 2010.He was the son of the late retired Sgt. Bradley A. Hicks Sr.  Sgt. Hicks who worked with the United States Army and United States Civil Service (Fort Stewart Commissary), passed Aug. 28, 2010. To that union three children were born, Bradley Jr., Sandra Pearl and Felix LaVerne.  Bradley Jr. preceded Felix in death (1983).Felix LaVerne Hicks was a motivator and family planner.  He kept his family engaged with many community activities. He was a 1989 graduate of Bradwell Institute High School, Liberty County School System. He also attended the Liberty County Training Center, where he worked with the recycling program.He was an active participant with Special Olympics where he won many ribbons, medals and trophies. He loved music and especially Michael Jackson “You are Not Alone.” Traveling was a highlight of his world. He had been an escort for his mother as she attended many church, community-governmental meetings and functions. The height of his  travel included a trip to the Georgia Governor’s Mansion (Gov. Jimmy Carter).His greatest love has been his involvement in Midway Congregational Church. He performed as an usher, an acolyte and created the job of preparing the piano and organ for services. Most recently, he was proudly awarded honored as an Acolyte Emeritus, that was his final accomplishment.He loved people. He loved hugs and kisses. His final months were spent in and out of the hospital. Each visit was a different experience and included a holiday — Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and finally New Year’s. He loved a celebration and a good time.Farewell to the “Golden Child.”Immediate family who share his sweet memory include Sandra Hicks Sheffield, a sister he nicknamed “Puppy,” a retired educator at Waycross Middle School. His next great love is his hero and nephew,  Alvester Sheffield III, of Midway, one uncle, Herman (Marlane) Hicks, of Flint, Mich., and a number of Hicks and Mathis relatives and friends to carry on his legacy of joy, happiness, fine foods, travel and the fellowships that express love.Family and friends will assemble at Midway Congregational Church and or the Dorchester Funeral Home.The family requests that no flowers be given, and in lieu of flowers, make financial contributions to the Mattie M. Hicks Scholarship Fund at Hinesville Heritage Bank or mail to Mattie Hicks Scholarship Fund,  Post Office Box 66, Hinesville, Ga.  31310.The viewing and wake will be Thursday at 6 p.m. at Dorchester Funeral Home.The funeral will begin at 2 p.m. Friday at Midway Congregational Church, UCC, located on Highway 84, Midway.Burial will take place at the Dixon Cemetery, Queensland Community, Fitzgerald.The family wishes to thank everyo...

P. Michael Pezzella, principal and Korean War wounded veteran - Baltimore Sun

Monday, December 12, 2016

Chinese. He received a Purple Heart."Mike was a fine young man," said a fellow Marine, Edward King, who lives in Glen Burnie. "He loved life. I recall we had been in Camp Pendleton [in Southern California] before we shipped out to Korea. He talked me into hitchhiking into Los Angeles for the day. And we hitchhiked home that night. He was like that."After his military service, Mr. Pezzella returned to Baltimore and earned an associate's degree at the old Baltimore Junior College, where he was later inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame.He then earned a bachelor's degree from what is now McDaniel College.He taught social studies, first in Montgomery County and then in Baltimore City schools. He became principal of Cherry Hill Elementary School and vice principal of Patterson High School, where he often filled in for Principal Frank C. Robey Jr. — who served in the Maryland House of Delegates.Mr. Pezzella later became an Army cost analyst at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County."He was a funny guy, but he had a shy side," said his wife, Christine Brown Pezzella. "He didn't like to talk about himself, but he could be talkable after he got to know people."She said her husband rarely missed an opportunity to join in Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies.In 1993, on the site of the Maryland Korean War Memorial in Canton, Mr. Pezzella assisted in the establishment and dedication of a separate monument to the memory of the 11th Engineer Battalion, Marine Corps Reserve.He was a loyal member of the Harford County Lodge of the Order Sons of Italy, where he held leadership posts.His wife said Mr. Pezzella was proud of his Sicilian heritage and his military service. He took trips to Italy and the United Kingdom, where he attended reunions of Royal Marines who served at Chosin Reservoir."Mike had very strong opinions," said a friend, Chester Thurlow of Bel Air. "He proclaimed, 'I am a Sicilian.'"Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, 610 W. MacPhail Road.In addition to his wife of two years, a retired worker in Johns Hopkins medical education, survivors include two sons, Martin Pezzella and Robert Pezzella, both of Bel Air; two daughters, Michele Brady of The Villages, Fla., and Kathleen Novak of Chesterfield, Va.; two stepsons, Robert Brown and Thomas Brown, both of Baltimore; a stepdaughter, Jennifer Brown of Dover, Del.; and seven grandchildren. His first wife, A. Patricia McCarthy, died in 2001.jacques.kelly@baltsun.com...

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Kenneth (Kenny) J. Taylor, 55, of Antwerp - WWNY TV 7

Monday, February 06, 2017

October 3, 1980 in Fresno, CA and served until July 4, 1983.  He continued serving in the reserves until he was honorably discharged as a Lance Corporal Officer on September 17, 1986 in Camp Pendleton, CA.While in California he met Gina M. Coffin and they married on May 5, 1984 in Riverside, CA.  While residing in California Kenny worked with his father who owned and operated “Taylor Hoof Trimming” for several years.  In 1994 the couple moved to Antwerp, NY where Gina became a teacher at Gouverneur Central School and he was a car salesman. For the last fourteen years Kenny was employed by F.X. Caprara Trailer Sales and F.X. Caprara Harley Davidson.Kenny was an outdoorsman enjoying fishing, hunting, four wheeling, boating, riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, and drag racing at the ESTA Dragstrip in Cicero and the surrounding area. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.  He was a member of the National Hot Rod Association and the Antwerp American Legion Post #916. Among his survivors are his loving wife of 32 years Gina M. Taylor, Antwerp; his beloved daughter and son in law, Sarah E. and Seth A. Musikant, Rochester; his mother Joann VanBoven, Escalon, CA.; a sister and brother-in-law, Sandra L. and Kevin Brinkman, Salida, CA; a sister Jennifer Johnson, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho; 5 stepbrothers and 2 stepsisters; his faithful friend and companion, grand puppy Captain, and several sister-in-laws, brother-in-laws, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.Kenny is predeceased by his father Kenneth T. Taylor of Norco, CaIn lieu of flowers donations may be made in Kenny’s memory to Ryan’s Wish Foundation C/O Rob and Rita Saidel P.O. Box 326 Gouverneur, NY 13642.Online condolences may be made at www.hartandbrucefh.c...

January 16, 2016 - WJHnews

Monday, January 16, 2017

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First Baptist Church, 670 Main St., Blackshear, Ga. 31516, the Sycamore Tree, 204 Central Ave., Blackshear, Ga. 31516; or the Southeast Cancer Unit, 401 Pendleton St., Waycross, Ga. 31501.Sympathy may be expressed by signing online at www.hartfh.comHart Funeral Home of Blackshear is in charge of arrangements.Felix LaVerne HicksFelix LaVerne Hicks departed life Wednesday morning (Jan. 11, 2017) at 1:18 a.m. while at Candler Hospital in Savannah.He  was born July 3, 1964 at Memorial Hospital, Savannah.  He was a son of the late Mattie Mathis Hicks, retired officer of the Liberty County Board of Education and retired Diamond Elementary School teacher, Fort Stewart, who was funeralized Jan. 3, 2010.He was the son of the late retired Sgt. Bradley A. Hicks Sr.  Sgt. Hicks who worked with the United States Army and United States Civil Service (Fort Stewart Commissary), passed Aug. 28, 2010. To that union three children were born, Bradley Jr., Sandra Pearl and Felix LaVerne.  Bradley Jr. preceded Felix in death (1983).Felix LaVerne Hicks was a motivator and family planner.  He kept his family engaged with many community activities. He was a 1989 graduate of Bradwell Institute High School, Liberty County School System. He also attended the Liberty County Training Center, where he worked with the recycling program.He was an active participant with Special Olympics where he won many ribbons, medals and trophies. He loved music and especially Michael Jackson “You are Not Alone.” Traveling was a highlight of his world. He had been an escort for his mother as she attended many church, community-governmental meetings and functions. The height of his  travel included a trip to the Georgia Governor’s Mansion (Gov. Jimmy Carter).His greatest love has been his involvement in Midway Congregational Church. He performed as an usher, an acolyte and created the job of preparing the piano and organ for services. Most recently, he was proudly awarded honored as an Acolyte Emeritus, that was his final accomplishment.He loved people. He loved hugs and kisses. His final months were spent in and out of the hospital. Each visit was a different experience and included a holiday — Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and finally New Year’s. He loved a celebration and a good time.Farewell to the “Golden Child.”Immediate family who share his sweet memory include Sandra Hicks Sheffield, a sister he nicknamed “Puppy,” a retired educator at Waycross Middle School. His next great love is his hero and nephew,  Alvester Sheffield III, of Midway, one uncle, Herman (Marlane) Hicks, of Flint, Mich., and a number of Hicks and Mathis relatives and friends to carry on his legacy of joy, happiness, fine foods, travel and the fellowships that express love.Family and friends will assemble at Midway Congregational Church and or the Dorchester Funeral Home.The family requests that no flowers be given, and in lieu of flowers, make financial contributions to the Mattie M. Hicks Scholarship Fund at Hinesville Heritage Bank or mail to Mattie Hicks Scholarship Fund,  Post Office Box 66, Hinesville, Ga.  31310.The viewing and wake will be Thursday at 6 p.m. at Dorchester Funeral Home.The funeral will begin at 2 p.m. Friday at Midway Congregational Church, UCC, located on Highway 84, Midway.Burial will take place at the Dixon Cemetery, Queensland Community, Fitzgerald.The family wishes to thank everyo...

P. Michael Pezzella, principal and Korean War wounded veteran - Baltimore Sun

Monday, December 12, 2016

Chinese. He received a Purple Heart."Mike was a fine young man," said a fellow Marine, Edward King, who lives in Glen Burnie. "He loved life. I recall we had been in Camp Pendleton [in Southern California] before we shipped out to Korea. He talked me into hitchhiking into Los Angeles for the day. And we hitchhiked home that night. He was like that."After his military service, Mr. Pezzella returned to Baltimore and earned an associate's degree at the old Baltimore Junior College, where he was later inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame.He then earned a bachelor's degree from what is now McDaniel College.He taught social studies, first in Montgomery County and then in Baltimore City schools. He became principal of Cherry Hill Elementary School and vice principal of Patterson High School, where he often filled in for Principal Frank C. Robey Jr. — who served in the Maryland House of Delegates.Mr. Pezzella later became an Army cost analyst at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County."He was a funny guy, but he had a shy side," said his wife, Christine Brown Pezzella. "He didn't like to talk about himself, but he could be talkable after he got to know people."She said her husband rarely missed an opportunity to join in Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies.In 1993, on the site of the Maryland Korean War Memorial in Canton, Mr. Pezzella assisted in the establishment and dedication of a separate monument to the memory of the 11th Engineer Battalion, Marine Corps Reserve.He was a loyal member of the Harford County Lodge of the Order Sons of Italy, where he held leadership posts.His wife said Mr. Pezzella was proud of his Sicilian heritage and his military service. He took trips to Italy and the United Kingdom, where he attended reunions of Royal Marines who served at Chosin Reservoir."Mike had very strong opinions," said a friend, Chester Thurlow of Bel Air. "He proclaimed, 'I am a Sicilian.'"Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, 610 W. MacPhail Road.In addition to his wife of two years, a retired worker in Johns Hopkins medical education, survivors include two sons, Martin Pezzella and Robert Pezzella, both of Bel Air; two daughters, Michele Brady of The Villages, Fla., and Kathleen Novak of Chesterfield, Va.; two stepsons, Robert Brown and Thomas Brown, both of Baltimore; a stepdaughter, Jennifer Brown of Dover, Del.; and seven grandchildren. His first wife, A. Patricia McCarthy, died in 2001.jacques.kelly@baltsun.com...