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Sandy Funeral Home

39551 Pleasant
Sandy, OR 97055
(503) 668-6015
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Clara Lierman

Monday, June 26, 2017

Ashley and BJ Richtig and children-Genesys & Nevaeh, Justice and Aleisha Lyons, Abigayle Schutt, Jake Schutt, and Danise LoydStep-Children-Allan and Sheryl Lierman of Lincoln, NERonnie and Sandy Lierman of Beemer, NEDanny and Evonne Lierman of Beemer, NESteve Lierman of Omaha, NECory and Debbie Lierman of Omaha, NETami and Larry Jones of Salt Lake City, UTLonnie and Nancy Lierman of West Point, NESeveral Step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildrenBrother-Merv and Judy McDonough of Camdenton, MOSisters- Louise and Delbert Hansen of Oakland, NEDorothy Belden of Kansas City, KSDebbie and Mike Widerstrom of Woodburn, ORShe was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Dennis, and four sisters-Winnie Ott, Marian Willmer, Carolyn Loges, and Merna Cline.

Sandra 'Sandy' Britton Evans, 49, formerly employed with Colonial Williamsburg - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, June 19, 2017

WYDaily.com is your source for free news and information in Williamsburg, James City & York Counties.Sandra ‘Sandy’ Britton EvansSandra ‘Sandy’ Britton Evans, 49, of West Point, Va., passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2017.Sandy graduated from West Point High School, Rappahannock Community College and Braxton Business School. She was a former employee for Colonial Williamsburg.Sandy is survived by her husband, Addison Browne Evans; parents, Charles ‘Sonny’ and Jennie Britton; brother, Charles Earl Britton Jr. (Jennifer); and many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 5, at Vincent Funeral Home, 417 11th St., West Point. A funeral Mass will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 6, at St. Olaf Catholic Church, 104 Norge Lane, Williamsburg. Interment will follow at 3 p.m. in St. Theresa’s Cemetery, 2400 King William Ave., West Point.Memorials may be made to American or National Kidney Association.Share online condolences with the family at vincentfh.com.Comments...

Memorial Day services listed - Lynden Tribune

Monday, June 19, 2017

Jack Louws.Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the cemetery courtesy of Whatcom Transit Authority.At Greenwood, the Meridian Middle School Band will be involved under the direction of Sandy Rogers. Some of the participants repeat from Lynden’s service.Historian Andrew Kaiser will speak of his research on the Greenwood Cemetery and the Greenwood community.After a 21-gun salute, echo taps will be played by Meridian seventh grade lead trumpeter Michael Bender and Louws.The Lynden VFW post is also partnering with the Lynden Tractor Supply store, 1898 Front St., to host a Salute Our Troops event on Saturday, May 27, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Expect a barbecue, kids’ activities and displays.• With over 1,700 veterans’ flags flying on the grounds, Greenacres Memorial Park is always a highly colorful and patriotic scene on Memorial Day at the corner of Axton and Northwest roads. Activities go from noon to 3 p.m. Designated parking is on the north side.The Mount Baker Toppers men’s chorus is one musical participant this year, starting at noon. Another performer is country music artist Aaron Crawford.The main remembrance ceremony is at 2 p.m., with wreaths laid for each of the U.S. military branches. Col. Wes Weston is the master of ceremonies, and U.S. Navy Chief Don Thompson is the keynote speaker.Also there will be a flag delivery by a Department of Homeland Security helicopter, the unveiling of a new World War I memorial and a dove release. Free hot dogs and refreshments are provided by Hemplers, Franz and The Woods Coffee. Expect kids’ activities and crafts. Feel free to bring your own chair.

Joseph J. Rossi, Jr. Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

Rosemary Fry and her husband, Vernon Edwin Fry; a son, Gene Rossi; three sisters, Lena Barca, Angeline Bennetto and Frances Alter as well as three brothers, Sandy, Tony and Peter Rossi.Calling hours will be from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 17 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.A prayer service will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00 Noon in Our Lady of Fatima, 601 Roemer Blvd., Farrell, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be held at St. Anthony’s Cemetery, Hermitage.Please visit www.mcgoniglefuneralhomeandcrematory.com to send online condolences to the Rossi family.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Hatch honors veterans, calls for support of Trump at Memorial Day service - KSL.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

SANDY — Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, urged attendees at Monday's Larkin Mortuary Memorial Day service to "support our armed forces" and remember those who have died in the line of duty."It’s really important that we all show up and let people know that we’re not going forget these folks,” Hatch said. "They gave their lives for us, and we ought to be willing to give our lives for them.”While Hatch spent the majority of his speech paying respects to those who have served or are currently serving in the military, he also made remarks regarding political divisiveness and a need for respect toward President Donald Trump."He's our president. And yes, I'm sure there are things that we probably don't like about him. But there's an awful lot of things you can like about him," he said. "One of them is that he was willing to run as an outsider, and someone who wasn't given much of a chance, and he was able to run for what he considered to be the principles of this country."I know him really well, an...

Jay Dickey, Arkansas Lawmaker Who Blocked Gun Research, Dies at 77 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

And we don’t know how to effectively restrict access to firearms by those with serious mental illness.”After a gunman fatally shot 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in December 2012, President Barack Obama called on the Centers for Disease Control to investigate gun violence, but a Republican-controlled Congress, under pressure from the firearms industry, would not fund the research.“Research could have been continued on gun violence without infringing on the rights of gun owners,” Mr. Dickey reiterated in 2015, “in the same fashion that the highway industry continued its research without eliminating the automobile.”“All this time that we have had, we would’ve found a solution, in my opinion,” Mr. Dickey told National Public Radio in 2015. “And I think it’s a shame that we haven’t.”His son Ted said he died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in Pine Bluff, Ark., the city where he had been born.Jay Woodson Dickey Jr. was born on Dec. 14, 1939, to Jay and Margaret Dickey. His father was a lawyer.He attended Hendrix College in Arkansas and graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 1961 with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a law degree there, too.His marriage to the former Betty Poole, who became the first woman to be named chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, ended in divorce.Besides his son Ted, he is survived by another son, John; three daughters, Laura Dickey Campbell, Rachel Dickey Haithcoat and Cindy Pefferkorn McCormick; his sister, Barbara Dickey McCain; and 11 grandchildren.Mr. Dickey was a lawyer and a businessman — a franchisee of the Taco Bell and Baskin-Robbins fast-food chains — when he was elected to the first of four terms in the House of Representatives in 1992. He was the first Republican to represent the Fourth District in rural southwestern Arkansas since Reconstruction.In Congress, he was also a sponsor of an amendment barring the Health and Human Services Department from funding experiments that involved the destruction of a human embryo or the creation of a human embryo.His vote to impeach President Bill Clinton apparently did not sit well with constituents in his congressional district, where Mr. Clinton had been born and raised. Less than two years later, in 2000, Mr. Dickey was defeated in a bid for a fifth term.

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Clara Lierman

Monday, June 26, 2017

Ashley and BJ Richtig and children-Genesys & Nevaeh, Justice and Aleisha Lyons, Abigayle Schutt, Jake Schutt, and Danise LoydStep-Children-Allan and Sheryl Lierman of Lincoln, NERonnie and Sandy Lierman of Beemer, NEDanny and Evonne Lierman of Beemer, NESteve Lierman of Omaha, NECory and Debbie Lierman of Omaha, NETami and Larry Jones of Salt Lake City, UTLonnie and Nancy Lierman of West Point, NESeveral Step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildrenBrother-Merv and Judy McDonough of Camdenton, MOSisters- Louise and Delbert Hansen of Oakland, NEDorothy Belden of Kansas City, KSDebbie and Mike Widerstrom of Woodburn, ORShe was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Dennis, and four sisters-Winnie Ott, Marian Willmer, Carolyn Loges, and Merna Cline.

Sandra 'Sandy' Britton Evans, 49, formerly employed with Colonial Williamsburg - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, June 19, 2017

WYDaily.com is your source for free news and information in Williamsburg, James City & York Counties.Sandra ‘Sandy’ Britton EvansSandra ‘Sandy’ Britton Evans, 49, of West Point, Va., passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2017.Sandy graduated from West Point High School, Rappahannock Community College and Braxton Business School. She was a former employee for Colonial Williamsburg.Sandy is survived by her husband, Addison Browne Evans; parents, Charles ‘Sonny’ and Jennie Britton; brother, Charles Earl Britton Jr. (Jennifer); and many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 5, at Vincent Funeral Home, 417 11th St., West Point. A funeral Mass will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 6, at St. Olaf Catholic Church, 104 Norge Lane, Williamsburg. Interment will follow at 3 p.m. in St. Theresa’s Cemetery, 2400 King William Ave., West Point.Memorials may be made to American or National Kidney Association.Share online condolences with the family at vincentfh.com.Comments...

Memorial Day services listed - Lynden Tribune

Monday, June 19, 2017

Jack Louws.Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the cemetery courtesy of Whatcom Transit Authority.At Greenwood, the Meridian Middle School Band will be involved under the direction of Sandy Rogers. Some of the participants repeat from Lynden’s service.Historian Andrew Kaiser will speak of his research on the Greenwood Cemetery and the Greenwood community.After a 21-gun salute, echo taps will be played by Meridian seventh grade lead trumpeter Michael Bender and Louws.The Lynden VFW post is also partnering with the Lynden Tractor Supply store, 1898 Front St., to host a Salute Our Troops event on Saturday, May 27, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Expect a barbecue, kids’ activities and displays.• With over 1,700 veterans’ flags flying on the grounds, Greenacres Memorial Park is always a highly colorful and patriotic scene on Memorial Day at the corner of Axton and Northwest roads. Activities go from noon to 3 p.m. Designated parking is on the north side.The Mount Baker Toppers men’s chorus is one musical participant this year, starting at noon. Another performer is country music artist Aaron Crawford.The main remembrance ceremony is at 2 p.m., with wreaths laid for each of the U.S. military branches. Col. Wes Weston is the master of ceremonies, and U.S. Navy Chief Don Thompson is the keynote speaker.Also there will be a flag delivery by a Department of Homeland Security helicopter, the unveiling of a new World War I memorial and a dove release. Free hot dogs and refreshments are provided by Hemplers, Franz and The Woods Coffee. Expect kids’ activities and crafts. Feel free to bring your own chair.

Joseph J. Rossi, Jr. Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

Rosemary Fry and her husband, Vernon Edwin Fry; a son, Gene Rossi; three sisters, Lena Barca, Angeline Bennetto and Frances Alter as well as three brothers, Sandy, Tony and Peter Rossi.Calling hours will be from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 17 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.A prayer service will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00 Noon in Our Lady of Fatima, 601 Roemer Blvd., Farrell, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be held at St. Anthony’s Cemetery, Hermitage.Please visit www.mcgoniglefuneralhomeandcrematory.com to send online condolences to the Rossi family.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Hatch honors veterans, calls for support of Trump at Memorial Day service - KSL.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

SANDY — Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, urged attendees at Monday's Larkin Mortuary Memorial Day service to "support our armed forces" and remember those who have died in the line of duty."It’s really important that we all show up and let people know that we’re not going forget these folks,” Hatch said. "They gave their lives for us, and we ought to be willing to give our lives for them.”While Hatch spent the majority of his speech paying respects to those who have served or are currently serving in the military, he also made remarks regarding political divisiveness and a need for respect toward President Donald Trump."He's our president. And yes, I'm sure there are things that we probably don't like about him. But there's an awful lot of things you can like about him," he said. "One of them is that he was willing to run as an outsider, and someone who wasn't given much of a chance, and he was able to run for what he considered to be the principles of this country."I know him really well, an...

Jay Dickey, Arkansas Lawmaker Who Blocked Gun Research, Dies at 77 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

And we don’t know how to effectively restrict access to firearms by those with serious mental illness.”After a gunman fatally shot 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in December 2012, President Barack Obama called on the Centers for Disease Control to investigate gun violence, but a Republican-controlled Congress, under pressure from the firearms industry, would not fund the research.“Research could have been continued on gun violence without infringing on the rights of gun owners,” Mr. Dickey reiterated in 2015, “in the same fashion that the highway industry continued its research without eliminating the automobile.”“All this time that we have had, we would’ve found a solution, in my opinion,” Mr. Dickey told National Public Radio in 2015. “And I think it’s a shame that we haven’t.”His son Ted said he died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in Pine Bluff, Ark., the city where he had been born.Jay Woodson Dickey Jr. was born on Dec. 14, 1939, to Jay and Margaret Dickey. His father was a lawyer.He attended Hendrix College in Arkansas and graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 1961 with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a law degree there, too.His marriage to the former Betty Poole, who became the first woman to be named chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, ended in divorce.Besides his son Ted, he is survived by another son, John; three daughters, Laura Dickey Campbell, Rachel Dickey Haithcoat and Cindy Pefferkorn McCormick; his sister, Barbara Dickey McCain; and 11 grandchildren.Mr. Dickey was a lawyer and a businessman — a franchisee of the Taco Bell and Baskin-Robbins fast-food chains — when he was elected to the first of four terms in the House of Representatives in 1992. He was the first Republican to represent the Fourth District in rural southwestern Arkansas since Reconstruction.In Congress, he was also a sponsor of an amendment barring the Health and Human Services Department from funding experiments that involved the destruction of a human embryo or the creation of a human embryo.His vote to impeach President Bill Clinton apparently did not sit well with constituents in his congressional district, where Mr. Clinton had been born and raised. Less than two years later, in 2000, Mr. Dickey was defeated in a bid for a fifth term.