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Patsy Cowgill

Saturday, April 08, 2017

August 29, 1940 in Erwin, North Carolina to Robert Lee Long and Ruby Margaret (King) Long and passed away Saturday, April 1, 2017 in Enid. She married J.W. Cowgill on August 23, 1988 in Sumter, South Carolina and they moved to Waukomis where they made their home for 15 years before returning to North Carolina so Patsy could care for her ailing mother. After her mother passed away, Patsy and J.W. returned to Nescatunga where they made their permanent home. She loved to go camping and fishing at the Salt Plains Lake and Ft. Fisher in North Carolina. She and J.W. loved to go dancing, spend time with their friends and family, and her beloved cocker spaniel Tucker.Patsy is preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Ruby Long; and brother, Bobby Long. She is survived by her husband, J.W. Cowgill, of the home in Nescatunga; daughter, Susie Baker, of Stillwater, OK; brother, John Long, of Fayetteville, NC; a nephew, Johnny Long, Jr., of Hope Mills, NC; and her cocker spaniel, Tucker.Memorials in Patsy’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

Obituaries published June 19 - The Sun Chronicle

Monday, March 27, 2017

He traveled all over the U.S. and Canada, including several memorable road trips with his great friends Nick and Phyl Sinnott. Ed especially enjoyed visiting his daughters in South Carolina and Washington State. He hiked in the North Cascades, rafted the Rogue River and climbed to the crater at Mt. St. Helens. He walked the streets of Charleston and Savannah, kayaked in the Santee Canal and vacationed in Hilton Head. In his later years, Ed spent winters in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and is fondly remembered for his unique accent while calling bingo.Ed is survived by his daughters Debra F. Morris (Joe) of Columbia, S.C. and Nancy J. Flowers of Everett, Wash. He was pre-deceased by his wife Claire in 1978, both parents, his brother Richard, and his sister Corinne. A private celebration of Ed's life will take place later in July.Some of Ed's happiest moments were spent on the waters around Onset and Cape Cod. His daughters suggest donations in his memory to the Buzzards Bay Coalition at savebuzzardsbay.org.Legacy.com includes more information and photos of Ed: "I'd rather be sailing."William E. McNamaraPLAINVILLE - William E. McNamara of Plainville, formerly of Norwood, passed away on Wednesday June 15, 2016 at the age of 80. Loving husband of Mary "Mitzi" J. (Smiddy) McNamara.Devoted father of Joan M. McNamara of Foxboro, Lisa M. Cammarano of Foxboro, and Peggy Beller of California. Brother of Joan Violandi of Vermont. He was a special cousin of Kathy Gee. Cherished grandfather of William Cammarano, Caroline Cammarano and Madeleine Cammarano. Son of the late William E. and Norma E. (Girardi) McNamara. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and his devoted companion "Daisy."William was a retired 32-year Boston Police Officer and a U.S. Army Korean War veteran.Visiting hours will be held on Monday, June 20 from 4-8 p.m. at the Kraw-Kornack Funeral Home, 1248 Washington St., Norwood, MA 02062. A funeral home service will be held on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 10 a.m. at the Kraw-Kornack Funeral Home, Norwood. Burial will be immediately following the funeral home service at Highland Cemetery in Norwood.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168, or to the Animal Rescue League of Boston, 10 Chandler St., Boston, MA 02116.Karen E. Prevett, 72MARION - Karen E. (Grew) Prevett, 72, of Marion, formerly of Mansfield, passed away, surrounded by her loving family, on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at Boston Medical Center in Boston. She was the beloved wife of the late John C. Prevett.Born in Norwood on Nov. 18, 1943, she was a loving daughter of the late Joseph and Kay (Horton) Grew.Karen grew up in Norwood and was a graduate of Norwood High School. She had made her home in Marion for the past 10 years and was a former resident of Mansfield.Prior to retiring, she had worked for several years in the admitting department at Falmouth Hospital. She had previously worked at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro for many years, and also as a title examiner in the City of Taunton.Since living in Marion, Karen was a member of the Council on Aging, where she made many friends and enjoyed the council's hospitality of shopping trips.Karen loved spending time with her family and received so much pleasure doing jigsaw puzzles with her adoring grandchildren. She also enjoyed reading and cooking, and when younger, the many summers spent in Popponesset.She is survived by her devoted children: Stephen Prevett of Georgia, Denise Prevett of Everett, Patricia Marraffa and her husband Tony of Mattapoisett, and John Prevett and his wife Karen of Mansfield. She was the dear sister of Kenneth Grew of Grafton, Gail Taddeo of Florida, and Steven Grew of North Carolina. She was the cherished grandmother of Jenna, Samantha, Alec, Jay, Emily, Anthony, Paige, Cole, and Jake, the great-grandmother of Rhys, and is also survived by many nieces and nephews, and her best friends Paul, Annie, Nancy, and Priscilla.Services and burial will be private.Visiting hours have been omitted and those wishing may remember Kare

Deaths Summary for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, March 13, 2017

Thomas A. Corcoran, died Feb. 11. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.DuRANT, Susan Diane, 67, of Johns Island, an executive director with National Marine Manufacturers Assoc. South Carolina, died Saturday. Arrangements by Charleston Cremation Center and Funeral Home. ELLENBERGER, Thomas Roy, 96, of Charleston, an Army veteran, retired insurance agent with Prudential Insurance and widower of Jeanne W. Ellenberger, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel. FROST, Delores, 79, of Charleston, a retired cosmetologist and dark room technician with the Ralph Johnson VA Hospital, died Monday. Arrangements by Pasley's Mortuary. HIGHLEY-DIXON, Sharon Kay, 65, of Ladson, a retired silversmith, died Thursday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center of Summerville.KILPATRICK, Enid All, 98, of Charleston, a retired personnel director with Roper Hospital and widow of Victor L. Kilpatrick, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel.MAWHINNEY, James IV, 69, of Charleston, a former mechanical engineer, died Sunday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.McKINNON, John W., 74, of Charleston died Saturday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.NELSON, Justin, 22, of Awendaw, a cook, died Saturday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Awendaw Chapel.PARRIS, Aimee Porter Harrison, of Mount Pleasant, wife of James L. Parris, died Feb. 9. Arrangements by B

John Walsh, co-founder COPD and Alpha-1 foundations, dies at 68 - Miami Herald

Monday, March 13, 2017

Harvard, a gene therapy program for the lung and liver at University of Florida and University of California at San Diego, and an Alpha-1 registry at the Medical University at South Carolina. The nonprofits also have raised millions for research. “Our mission is to put ourselves out of business,” Walsh told the Miami Herald in 2005. “We want to cure Alpha-1.”Here was a man who was going to make big changes in the way the world thought about COPD and in my life as a patient. He was determined to draw attention to the disease, to erase the stigma of being diagnosed, to encourage patients to become active and to become involved in research.Karen Deitemeyer’s post on the COPD Foundation website.A year earlier, in 2004, Walsh had the same mission when he co-founded and became the first president of the COPD Foundation in Coconut Grove, with a second office in Washington. He followed with the COPD Advocacy program and the Congressional COPD Caucus to push for more funding for research and patient access. In 2014, Walsh, who lived in Coral Gables, was elected to the National Health Council’s board of directors.“John was a former Army Ranger. Though he was afraid of heights, he volunteered for Airborne School and became a paratrooper, because parachute jumping out of planes is a required skill for a ranger. That should tell you a lot about the strength of his character, will and commitment to mission,” said Marcia Ritchie, the Alpha-1 Foundation’s chief operating officer.“John had that astonishing power that people get when they have high energy and passion for something and a willingness to devote their life to it,” Campbell said. “He was starting from a tiny patient base. He had no power base. Started with little funding. But he built the core organization of the Alpha-1 world and then the core foundation of the COPD world. That’s an astonishing number of achievements in a little over 20 years.”Walsh is survived by his wife Diane, daughter Linda, granddaughter Lily, his brother Fred, and sisters Susan Ferro and Judy Walsh. The family plans a private celebration of life.

Annice C. Newman | The Wilson Times - The Wilson Times (subscription)

Monday, March 06, 2017

Gene Newman (Mickey) of Greenville and Billy Newman (Magalie) of Greensboro; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; brothers, L.D. Creech of Clinton and Jakie Creech (Betty) of Turbeville, South Carolina, and several nieces and nephews. Memorials are suggested to Wilson South Congregation of Jehovah’s Witness, c/o Steve Long, 7359 U.S. Highway 301 S, Lucama, NC 27851. Arrangements by Wilson Memorial Service, 2811 Fieldstream Drive N, Wilson, 252-237-7171, www.wilsonmemorialservice.com.

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Dentist dies in South Carolina helicopter crash - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Monday, May 01, 2017

DARLINGTON, S.C. — Authorities say a dentist has died after the helicopter he was flying crashed in eastern South Carolina.Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the Bell 47G helicopter struck some trees in a field near Darlington around 5 p.m. Friday before crashing.Darlington County Coroner J. Todd Hardee told media outlets that 60-year-old James Schuster died instantly.Records show Schuster was a dentist practicing in Timmonsville.Bergen says Schuster was the only person in the helicopter. She says the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the cause of the crash.

Lake Murray boat crash victims were dedicated outdoorsmen - The State

Monday, May 01, 2017

Animals you normally wouldn’t think of eating,” he said, laughing. “He always sent you home with bags of fish, squirrel, frog legs.” ‘The life of the party’Lanier graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2011 with a degree in biology, a USC spokesman said. Before that, he played baseball in high school and for USC-Sumter, according to his obituary, part of which was written by his sister, Blythe Lanier. “I am finding some sort of peace in knowing God will give you all the deer, turkeys and fish in his heaven,” she wrote, adding that in looking at people’s social media posts about her brother, it was difficult to find a picture of her brother not smiling. “He simply was the life of the party,” she wrote. “The party around here just won’t ever be the same without him.” The last time multiple people died at the same time on Lake Murray was in May 2010, when four people were killed in two separate boating accidents. Steven Kranendonk of Irmo was released from prison in January after his conviction in Richland County for reckless homicide in a crash that killed two women in one of those collisions, state probation officials said Monday. Kranendonk served nearly half of a 10-year sentence, with one day forgiven for each day served without disciplinary problem, officials said.Two of his requests for parole were denied before his release three months ago, officials said.In the other crash, Steven Miller was sentenced to 18 months probation and assigned 120 hours of community service after pleading guilty to breach of the peace in a September 2014 plea settlement.Two friends riding on the boat Miller drove died in the crash. Relatives of both victims urged leniency, calling it a tragedy among friends.Funeral servicesServices for longtime friends Mark Daniel Phillips and Christopher Shawn Lanier will be held hours apart on Thursday.Lanier’s service is scheduled for 3 p.m. at Fair Lawn United Methodist Church, 9203 Wilson Boulevard in Columbia. Rev. Scott Bratton is officiating.Phillips’ sevice will be 6:30 p.m. at Sandy Level Baptist Church, 408 Blythewood Road in Blythewood. Rev. Dan Tuggy is officiating.

Authorities: 4 inmates found dead at a South Carolina prison - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Saturday, April 08, 2017

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Four inmates were found dead Friday morning in a dorm at one of South Carolina's maximum-security men's prisons, authorities said.The inmates were found at Kirkland Correctional Institution in the capital city, Department of Corrections Director Bryan Stirling told The Associated Press. Stirling did not say how they died.Department spokeswoman Sommer Sharpe identified the four inmates in a news release as John King, 52; Jason Kelley, 35; Jimmy Ham, 56; and William Scruggs, 44.King was serving time for a variety of crimes and had a projected release date of October 2020. Kelley was serving 15 years for assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature. He was scheduled for release in August 2020.Ham was scheduled for release this November after serving a sentence for a variety of offenses. Scruggs was sentenced to life in prison for murder and first-degree burglary.Stirling said he asked the State Law Enforcement Division to assist Corrections police with their investigation. Coroner Gary Watts confirmed he was investigating four deaths at the pri

Edith Kofler

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Anika Kofler (mother Clarice Shiu), and Lillian Hildebrandt (father Mark Hildebrandt). Edie’s sister Hilde Cook, along with her family in the North/South Carolina area, also survive. Other survivors include dear family friend, Emma Bartman; special niece Corinne Fountain; Sisters-in-Law Herta Fountain of Spring Green, WI and Erni Pauli of Germany; and brother & sister-in-law, Werner & Senta Kant of Eagle River, WI. Edie is also survived by many step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren and family and friends throughout the United States and Germany. Funeral services will be held at the Warren Funeral Home, 1475 N Cemetery Rd, Gurnee, IL 60031. The family will receive guest on Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 2 pm until 5 pm. Funeral service will be at 11:00AM on Monday, April 3, 2017 at the funeral home. Entombment will follow immediately. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Warren Township Senior Center would be appreciated.

Obituary: John E. Sandstrom, 77, New Canaan resident - New Canaan Advertiser

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Specialist, retiring in August 2016. In his spare time, John enjoyed traveling and spending time with his family and thirteen grandchildren. He is survived by his son Richard and wife Carrie of York, South Carolina, daughters Rosemary Casey and her husband Kevin of Ridgefield, Conn, Annemarie DeVille and her husband Adam of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Catherine Sweeney and her husband Shawn of Tiverton, Rhode Island, and Mary-Theresa Sandstrom of West Warwick, Rhode Island. He is also survived by his grandchildren Brandon, Caroline, James, Thomas, and Joseph Casey; Ephraim, Aiden, Anastasia, and Helena DeVille; Christian, Ryan, and Daniel Sweeney; and Richard P. Sandstrom. He is also survived by his three siblings twin sister Mary Sandstrom-Hennigan and her husband Brian of Rensselaer, New York, brother Rev. Philip Sandstrom of Brussels, Belgium, and sister Clare Blatz and her husband Greg of Rensselaer, New York, and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Thursday, April 6, from 4-8:00pm at Collins Funeral Home, 92 East Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Friday, April 7 at 10am in Saint Aloysius Church, 21 Cherry St, New Canaan, Connecticut. Interment with military honors will follow in Spring Grove Cemetery, 41 Hecker Ave, Darien, Connecticut. Donations in his memory may be made to the Seabee Museum and Memorial Park, 21 Lafrate Way, North Kingstown, Rhode Island 02852. Please visit www.collinsfh.com/obituaries to leave condolences.— The AdvertiserJohn E. Sandstrom