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John Wyche - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, January 30, 2017

Life Care Center of New Market, VA.He was the son of the late Dora Christopher and was preceded in death by one brother James Wyche.He leaves to mourn: two sisters Mattie Hall of Chantilly, VA and Lillian Ackers of Stafford, VA; four brothers Howard Wyche of Stafford, VA, Willie Pete Wyche of Spotsylvania, VA, Raymond Wyche of Washington, DC and Silas Christopher of Alexandria, VA; and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.Funeral services will be held on Friday January 27, 2017, with viewing at 10:00 a.m. and service at 11:00 a.m. at A.L. Bennett and Son Funeral Home, 200 Butternut Drive, Fredericksburg, VA.FUNERALSBass, John: Jan. 30, 1:30 p.m. Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. Covenant Funeral Service Fredericksburg Chapel.Battaile, Benjamin L. III: Jan. 31, 11 a.m., Ephesus Christian Church, Montross. Welch Funeral Home, Montross.Coakley, Helen: Jan. 30, 11 a.m., St. Stephens Baptist Church, King George. A.L. Bennett and Son Funeral Home, Fredericksburg.Fedder, Margaret Y.: Feb. 1, 10 a.m., St. Mary of the Annunciation, Ladysmith. Storke Funeral Home, Bowling Green.Hardbower, Clenstine “Agnes”: Jan. 31, 1 p.m., Mount Comfort Cemetery, Alexandria. Storke Funeral Home, King George.Kuntz, ...

Looking Backward: Nov. 18, 2016 - Shelbyville Sentinel News

Monday, November 21, 2016

Road.... Judge Harold Y. Saunders was appointed as a member of the Advisory Board for Veterans' Affairs.... Shelby County boys placed third, and the girls placed 4th in state cross county meet.... Chantilly Lace, a bakery, gift and craft shop that opened nearly a year earlier, added lunch and dinner service.... Shannon Funeral Service was honored for more than 50 years of continuous membership in National Selected Morticians.... Lexington-based Dawahare's closed its Smart Moves stores, including one that was located in Midland Center.... Linda Casey used to live on Seven Mile Road. Then she lived on McAllister-Morris Road, and again on Woodlawn Road. She hadn't moved -- her road name just kept changing.... Deaths: Walter Harley, 71; William “Ed” Huffman, 41; Frances Hankins Williams, 91; Matthew Bray, 95; Alline Mosehart Frye, 90; William S. "Bill" Hardesty, 57; Cody Marshal Beggs, infant son of Marshall and Sandy Beggs.40 years ago, 1976Like most youngsters, Mark Roberts and Todd Brown have pets. But their pets were not the traditional cats, dogs and goldfish -- their pets were four large, domineering hawks.... The school board unanimously approved the expulsion of three students from Shelby County High School for willful disobedience and defiance of teachers.... $2,000 granted Shelby County for the initiation of a facility as an alternative to juvenile detention will most likely be refused, according to Shelby County Judge Fred Bond. Principal Sam Chandler had tried repeatedly to work with the students.... Charyl Lynn Haydon was listed in the 10th annual edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students.... Pearce Motor Company Inc. at Fourth and Main streets marked 10 consecutive years of financing its cars and trucks through Ford Motor Credit Company.... Don T. Ratcliffe was admitted to the Kentucky Bar.... Stanley McKinney joined the staff of The Sentinel-Newsas a reporter/photographer.... The Danville Admirals suffered a fatal Rocket wound en route to a football regional title in their home stadium and were overcome, 14-7, by the tough and ferocious crew of the Shelby County Rockets.... Birth: Virginia Ruth Stallard.... Deaths: Lynn "Footsie" Foster Connor, 66; Charles Henry Bledsoe, 63; Charles Edward Mason, 53; John A. Cissell, 71; Susie A. Chatmond, 6...

Start and end the day on a sweet note at The Dessertery in Shawnee - Kansas City Star

Monday, September 19, 2016

Ibis Bakery’s heavenly brioche and topped with orange cream cheese; and waffles draped in savory sausage gravy.Fruit parfaits come dressed for breakfast layered with seasonal Chantilly crema ($5.99) and luscious chocolate waffles topped with berries and drizzled with chocolate sauce round out five reasons to get out of bed any day of the week (except Monday, when The Dessertery is closed). Affogato coffee and affogato gourmet hot chocolate, both made with house-churned ice cream, wash down breakfast quite nicely ($5.49).On the flip side of the breakfast menu, which includes espresso drinks and French press made with Kansas City’s Broadway Café and Roasting Company ($1.99 - 4.29), is a treasure trove of sugary desserts. Three of Kelly’s bestsellers have great family backstories, which she’ll gladly share while you’re finishing every last morsel: Chocolate Euphoria ($7.99), Blackberry Wine Cake and Chess Cake ($6.99).Creampuffs are a specialty at The Dessertery, too—choose from several fillings, including seasonal flavors such as key lime, chocolate strawberry, German chocolate and more ($6.99). Seasonal flavors also rotate, and right now pumpkin cheesecake and apple-pear spice creampuffs are available through Dec. 31.Although not a classically trained chef, Kelly knows her way around a mixer and pastry bag, taking cues from her mother. She grew up loving to surprise her family with concoctions from her Easy Bake Oven and later, as an adult, developed a palate for desserts worth their price tag.“Several years ago I started a notebook with ideas for a restaurant, just scribbling things or tearing pictures out of magazines,” Kelly said. “Fun, interesting flavors. Recipes that inspired me.”One recipe that caught Kelly’s fancy was the iconic Barbara’s Champagne Cake from a baker in Windsor Heights, Iowa, a suburb of Des Moines. Kelly’s sister bought one as a surprise for her 18th birthday. It was love at first bite.“Melted in my mouth,” Kelly said, her eyes closed, recalling the decadent dessert. “Rich and light.”Kelly recreated the Champagne cake for The Dessertery ($6.99)—adding her signature touch of a frilly piped pastel pink flower on top with purple sprinkles. The entire confection looks like a pretty party favor, cradled in a satiny ribbon of white chocolate.Surprisingly, Kelly’s most memorable dessert was simple: Grand Marnier and fresh whipped cream over raspberries, served in a champagne tulip glass, The Sycamore Inn in Rancho Cucamonga.“A dessert doesn’t have to complex to make an impression,” Kelly said, taki...

Wheels-up one last time: Aviation author Robert Dorr dies at 76 - Inside NoVA

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Andrews Air Force Base. The aircraft, which dropped the atomic bomb over Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945, now is displayed at the Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly.Kristin Clark Taylor, president of the Great Falls Writers Group, was grateful Dorr spoke to the organization earlier this year.“He was such a fountain of wisdom,” she said. “He said in order to write, you have to write. Also, to write, you have to make sure your derriere is in the chair. He talked about discipline and consistency and having it as a daily part of your pattern.”Dorr also contributed to the group’s most recent anthology of works, which the organization dedicated to him. He attended the group’s May 7 event, despite deteriorating health, and “even gave a rousing speech,” she added.Dorr’s other son, Lawrence Gerald Dorr, called him “a fantastic father, a very good man.”“My dad was truly from a different era,” he said. “He was the most honest, hard-working, successful man I’ve ever known. He taught us to do the right thing, no matter what the cost.”Dorr is survived by his wife of 48 years, Young Soon Dorr of Oakton; sons Robert P. Dorr of Arlington and Lawrence Gerald Dorr III of Trinity, Fla.; and grandchildren Robert F. Dorr II and Sophia Dorr of Arlington and Lily Dorr of Trinity, Fla.There will be a viewing at Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 9902 Braddock Road in Fairfax, on Friday, June 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. On Saturday, June 18, there will be a visitation in the chapel from noon to 1 p.m., followed by a funeral service there from 1 to 2 p.m. and burial afterward at adjacent Fairfax Memorial Park.

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John Wyche - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, January 30, 2017

Life Care Center of New Market, VA.He was the son of the late Dora Christopher and was preceded in death by one brother James Wyche.He leaves to mourn: two sisters Mattie Hall of Chantilly, VA and Lillian Ackers of Stafford, VA; four brothers Howard Wyche of Stafford, VA, Willie Pete Wyche of Spotsylvania, VA, Raymond Wyche of Washington, DC and Silas Christopher of Alexandria, VA; and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.Funeral services will be held on Friday January 27, 2017, with viewing at 10:00 a.m. and service at 11:00 a.m. at A.L. Bennett and Son Funeral Home, 200 Butternut Drive, Fredericksburg, VA.FUNERALSBass, John: Jan. 30, 1:30 p.m. Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. Covenant Funeral Service Fredericksburg Chapel.Battaile, Benjamin L. III: Jan. 31, 11 a.m., Ephesus Christian Church, Montross. Welch Funeral Home, Montross.Coakley, Helen: Jan. 30, 11 a.m., St. Stephens Baptist Church, King George. A.L. Bennett and Son Funeral Home, Fredericksburg.Fedder, Margaret Y.: Feb. 1, 10 a.m., St. Mary of the Annunciation, Ladysmith. Storke Funeral Home, Bowling Green.Hardbower, Clenstine “Agnes”: Jan. 31, 1 p.m., Mount Comfort Cemetery, Alexandria. Storke Funeral Home, King George.Kuntz, ...

Looking Backward: Nov. 18, 2016 - Shelbyville Sentinel News

Monday, November 21, 2016

Road.... Judge Harold Y. Saunders was appointed as a member of the Advisory Board for Veterans' Affairs.... Shelby County boys placed third, and the girls placed 4th in state cross county meet.... Chantilly Lace, a bakery, gift and craft shop that opened nearly a year earlier, added lunch and dinner service.... Shannon Funeral Service was honored for more than 50 years of continuous membership in National Selected Morticians.... Lexington-based Dawahare's closed its Smart Moves stores, including one that was located in Midland Center.... Linda Casey used to live on Seven Mile Road. Then she lived on McAllister-Morris Road, and again on Woodlawn Road. She hadn't moved -- her road name just kept changing.... Deaths: Walter Harley, 71; William “Ed” Huffman, 41; Frances Hankins Williams, 91; Matthew Bray, 95; Alline Mosehart Frye, 90; William S. "Bill" Hardesty, 57; Cody Marshal Beggs, infant son of Marshall and Sandy Beggs.40 years ago, 1976Like most youngsters, Mark Roberts and Todd Brown have pets. But their pets were not the traditional cats, dogs and goldfish -- their pets were four large, domineering hawks.... The school board unanimously approved the expulsion of three students from Shelby County High School for willful disobedience and defiance of teachers.... $2,000 granted Shelby County for the initiation of a facility as an alternative to juvenile detention will most likely be refused, according to Shelby County Judge Fred Bond. Principal Sam Chandler had tried repeatedly to work with the students.... Charyl Lynn Haydon was listed in the 10th annual edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students.... Pearce Motor Company Inc. at Fourth and Main streets marked 10 consecutive years of financing its cars and trucks through Ford Motor Credit Company.... Don T. Ratcliffe was admitted to the Kentucky Bar.... Stanley McKinney joined the staff of The Sentinel-Newsas a reporter/photographer.... The Danville Admirals suffered a fatal Rocket wound en route to a football regional title in their home stadium and were overcome, 14-7, by the tough and ferocious crew of the Shelby County Rockets.... Birth: Virginia Ruth Stallard.... Deaths: Lynn "Footsie" Foster Connor, 66; Charles Henry Bledsoe, 63; Charles Edward Mason, 53; John A. Cissell, 71; Susie A. Chatmond, 6...

Start and end the day on a sweet note at The Dessertery in Shawnee - Kansas City Star

Monday, September 19, 2016

Ibis Bakery’s heavenly brioche and topped with orange cream cheese; and waffles draped in savory sausage gravy.Fruit parfaits come dressed for breakfast layered with seasonal Chantilly crema ($5.99) and luscious chocolate waffles topped with berries and drizzled with chocolate sauce round out five reasons to get out of bed any day of the week (except Monday, when The Dessertery is closed). Affogato coffee and affogato gourmet hot chocolate, both made with house-churned ice cream, wash down breakfast quite nicely ($5.49).On the flip side of the breakfast menu, which includes espresso drinks and French press made with Kansas City’s Broadway Café and Roasting Company ($1.99 - 4.29), is a treasure trove of sugary desserts. Three of Kelly’s bestsellers have great family backstories, which she’ll gladly share while you’re finishing every last morsel: Chocolate Euphoria ($7.99), Blackberry Wine Cake and Chess Cake ($6.99).Creampuffs are a specialty at The Dessertery, too—choose from several fillings, including seasonal flavors such as key lime, chocolate strawberry, German chocolate and more ($6.99). Seasonal flavors also rotate, and right now pumpkin cheesecake and apple-pear spice creampuffs are available through Dec. 31.Although not a classically trained chef, Kelly knows her way around a mixer and pastry bag, taking cues from her mother. She grew up loving to surprise her family with concoctions from her Easy Bake Oven and later, as an adult, developed a palate for desserts worth their price tag.“Several years ago I started a notebook with ideas for a restaurant, just scribbling things or tearing pictures out of magazines,” Kelly said. “Fun, interesting flavors. Recipes that inspired me.”One recipe that caught Kelly’s fancy was the iconic Barbara’s Champagne Cake from a baker in Windsor Heights, Iowa, a suburb of Des Moines. Kelly’s sister bought one as a surprise for her 18th birthday. It was love at first bite.“Melted in my mouth,” Kelly said, her eyes closed, recalling the decadent dessert. “Rich and light.”Kelly recreated the Champagne cake for The Dessertery ($6.99)—adding her signature touch of a frilly piped pastel pink flower on top with purple sprinkles. The entire confection looks like a pretty party favor, cradled in a satiny ribbon of white chocolate.Surprisingly, Kelly’s most memorable dessert was simple: Grand Marnier and fresh whipped cream over raspberries, served in a champagne tulip glass, The Sycamore Inn in Rancho Cucamonga.“A dessert doesn’t have to complex to make an impression,” Kelly said, taki...

Wheels-up one last time: Aviation author Robert Dorr dies at 76 - Inside NoVA

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Andrews Air Force Base. The aircraft, which dropped the atomic bomb over Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945, now is displayed at the Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly.Kristin Clark Taylor, president of the Great Falls Writers Group, was grateful Dorr spoke to the organization earlier this year.“He was such a fountain of wisdom,” she said. “He said in order to write, you have to write. Also, to write, you have to make sure your derriere is in the chair. He talked about discipline and consistency and having it as a daily part of your pattern.”Dorr also contributed to the group’s most recent anthology of works, which the organization dedicated to him. He attended the group’s May 7 event, despite deteriorating health, and “even gave a rousing speech,” she added.Dorr’s other son, Lawrence Gerald Dorr, called him “a fantastic father, a very good man.”“My dad was truly from a different era,” he said. “He was the most honest, hard-working, successful man I’ve ever known. He taught us to do the right thing, no matter what the cost.”Dorr is survived by his wife of 48 years, Young Soon Dorr of Oakton; sons Robert P. Dorr of Arlington and Lawrence Gerald Dorr III of Trinity, Fla.; and grandchildren Robert F. Dorr II and Sophia Dorr of Arlington and Lily Dorr of Trinity, Fla.There will be a viewing at Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 9902 Braddock Road in Fairfax, on Friday, June 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. On Saturday, June 18, there will be a visitation in the chapel from noon to 1 p.m., followed by a funeral service there from 1 to 2 p.m. and burial afterward at adjacent Fairfax Memorial Park.