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Hardell Holly Funeral Home

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Almond, WI 54909
(715) 366-2711
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Freda Almond - Greenwood Democrat

Monday, March 27, 2017

Freda Ann Almond, 76, of Fort Smith was received into the loving arms of her Savior on March 24, 2017, in Fort Smith. She was born July 31, 1940, in Atkins to the late Francis Earl and Ollie Lavina Harris Wright.She is survived by her husband, Robert C. Almond; her daughter, Kristi Copeland and her husband, David of Searcy; her son, Steven B. Almond and his wife, Sue of Lavaca; her sister, Janell Swearingen of Greenwood; a niece, Bryn Butler of Bentonville; seven grandchildren, Amber Haskins, April McClure, Ashley Reed, Alan Copeland, Blake Almond, London Merrill and Julianne Almond; as well as 10 great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; and four siblings.She was a loving wife and mother who dedicated her life to raising her family in the Christian faith and in the church. She absolutely loved and adored her seven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren and she continued to share the Lord's love with them all. The names Grandmother and Gigi were precious to her.She was a...

St. Francis Day: 7 Fast Facts About The Catholic Holiday Known As The Feast Of Assisi - International Business Times

Monday, October 10, 2016

St. Francis was a major proponent of nature.Although St. Francis led a pious life with a strict diet, it is rumored that the saint did indulge in honey almond cake, writes Real Life at Home. The site features a recipe to try at home to celebrate. ...

Restaurant review: Bethlehem's Cafe the Lodge is good for the soul ... - Allentown Morning Call

Monday, September 19, 2016

Then there's that food. Breakfast choices include a feta sun-dried tomato egg scramble with toast, or Aaik's spiced brulee oatmeal, with almond milk, currants, fresh apple and craisins. For lunch, how about a Cuban panini with pulled pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and garlic aioli? If wraps are your thing, there's a variety, including a Buffalo chicken offering with blue cheese.Setting and decor: Although Cafe the Lodge can be accessed from its front door on East Fourth Street, there's only one route you should take. Just off the Greenway, from the Fillmore Street side, you can get to its the back door, up a terraced hill to one of the most scenic patios in the Lehigh Valley. Its serenity embodies the Cafe's mission. At the base of the hill are three cafe tables on a brick patio. There are potted flowers everywhere to the idyllic main patio, with a small pond with lily pads, fed by a babbling fountain, and four more tables.The serenity continues inside. The main dining area has a peaceful glow, with pale green and gray walls, wood floors and vases on each of the 10 or so tables holding fresh cut white and red carnations. On the walls are large portraits of famous Americans who've had mental illness: author and lecturer Pat Deegan, the late comedian Robin Williams, author and educator Mary Ellen Copeland and Abraham Lincoln, among others.In the small take-out area where you order (staff brings it to the table) there's a display case with homemade desserts (giant brownies on this Tuesday afternoon) and homemade quiche. Beverages include an extensive range of coffees, tea, espresso and cappuccino.Food: My friend opted for the "pick-two" option, where you can choose from a cup of soup, half a panini or...

50 years of Virginia Western Community College - Roanoke Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mae came from a close and loving family. She is survived by her brother, Henry Wagner and his wife, Betty; her sisters, Jean Hamlett, Nancy Jones, Judy Martin and Sharlene Almond and her husband, Ed. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She especially loved Kristen Caldwell. She always said that Kristen was her inspiration to keep on going and keep on walking, even when she felt like giving up. Her family, especially her daughter, Carolyn, would like to thank Dr. Jack Bumgardner who cared for Mae for many years; Dr. Fogel, Dr. Fletcher, Dr. Love, and Dr. Rodriguez, her surgical team, who tried mightily to save her life; Dr. Lollar, Dr. Reed, Dr. Warren and Dr. Murphy, her critical care team, who checked on her constantly. Mae especially thanks Dr. Murphy for bringing her last Mountain Dew, which unfortunately, she never got to drink. We also thank every nurse who cared for her in the ICU units at Roanoke Memorial, especially David, Rachel, Taylor, Errin, Sandy and others too numerous to name.Mae was an accomplished seamstress, who could do everything from making wedding dresses to hemming a pair of pants. Even to her last days, she worked on quilts and crocheted afghans for her family. She worked at Bristol Manufacturing for many years.She will be greatly missed and can never be replaced.Her family will receive visitors from noon until 2 p.m., at the Lynch Conner Bowman funeral home on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, to be followed by her funeral service at 2 p.m. which be conducted by Pastor Gary Hoffman and Pastor Billy Shively. There will be a reception following the funeral service at the Erath Room at Ippy's Restaurant. Mae will be interred later beside the love of her life, her husband, Jack, and her daughter, Kim, in the Hodges family cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The Free Clinic of Franklin County, 1171 Franklin Street, Rocky Mount, VA 24151.

Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs - Roanoke Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mae came from a close and loving family. She is survived by her brother, Henry Wagner and his wife, Betty; her sisters, Jean Hamlett, Nancy Jones, Judy Martin and Sharlene Almond and her husband, Ed. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She especially loved Kristen Caldwell. She always said that Kristen was her inspiration to keep on going and keep on walking, even when she felt like giving up. Her family, especially her daughter, Carolyn, would like to thank Dr. Jack Bumgardner who cared for Mae for many years; Dr. Fogel, Dr. Fletcher, Dr. Love, and Dr. Rodriguez, her surgical team, who tried mightily to save her life; Dr. Lollar, Dr. Reed, Dr. Warren and Dr. Murphy, her critical care team, who checked on her constantly. Mae especially thanks Dr. Murphy for bringing her last Mountain Dew, which unfortunately, she never got to drink. We also thank every nurse who cared for her in the ICU units at Roanoke Memorial, especially David, Rachel, Taylor, Errin, Sandy and others too numerous to name.Mae was an accomplished seamstress, who could do everything from making wedding dresses to hemming a pair of pants. Even to her last days, she worked on quilts and crocheted afghans for her family. She worked at Bristol Manufacturing for many years.She will be greatly missed and can never be replaced.Her family will receive visitors from noon until 2 p.m., at the Lynch Conner Bowman funeral home on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, to be followed by her funeral service at 2 p.m. which be conducted by Pastor Gary Hoffman and Pastor Billy Shively. There will be a reception following the funeral service at the Erath Room at Ippy's Restaurant. Mae will be interred later beside the love of her life, her husband, Jack, and her daughter, Kim, in the Hodges family cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The Free Clinic of Franklin County, 1171 Franklin Street, Rocky Mount, VA 24151.

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Freda Almond - Greenwood Democrat

Monday, March 27, 2017

Freda Ann Almond, 76, of Fort Smith was received into the loving arms of her Savior on March 24, 2017, in Fort Smith. She was born July 31, 1940, in Atkins to the late Francis Earl and Ollie Lavina Harris Wright.She is survived by her husband, Robert C. Almond; her daughter, Kristi Copeland and her husband, David of Searcy; her son, Steven B. Almond and his wife, Sue of Lavaca; her sister, Janell Swearingen of Greenwood; a niece, Bryn Butler of Bentonville; seven grandchildren, Amber Haskins, April McClure, Ashley Reed, Alan Copeland, Blake Almond, London Merrill and Julianne Almond; as well as 10 great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; and four siblings.She was a loving wife and mother who dedicated her life to raising her family in the Christian faith and in the church. She absolutely loved and adored her seven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren and she continued to share the Lord's love with them all. The names Grandmother and Gigi were precious to her.She was a...

St. Francis Day: 7 Fast Facts About The Catholic Holiday Known As The Feast Of Assisi - International Business Times

Monday, October 10, 2016

St. Francis was a major proponent of nature.Although St. Francis led a pious life with a strict diet, it is rumored that the saint did indulge in honey almond cake, writes Real Life at Home. The site features a recipe to try at home to celebrate. ...

Restaurant review: Bethlehem's Cafe the Lodge is good for the soul ... - Allentown Morning Call

Monday, September 19, 2016

Then there's that food. Breakfast choices include a feta sun-dried tomato egg scramble with toast, or Aaik's spiced brulee oatmeal, with almond milk, currants, fresh apple and craisins. For lunch, how about a Cuban panini with pulled pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and garlic aioli? If wraps are your thing, there's a variety, including a Buffalo chicken offering with blue cheese.Setting and decor: Although Cafe the Lodge can be accessed from its front door on East Fourth Street, there's only one route you should take. Just off the Greenway, from the Fillmore Street side, you can get to its the back door, up a terraced hill to one of the most scenic patios in the Lehigh Valley. Its serenity embodies the Cafe's mission. At the base of the hill are three cafe tables on a brick patio. There are potted flowers everywhere to the idyllic main patio, with a small pond with lily pads, fed by a babbling fountain, and four more tables.The serenity continues inside. The main dining area has a peaceful glow, with pale green and gray walls, wood floors and vases on each of the 10 or so tables holding fresh cut white and red carnations. On the walls are large portraits of famous Americans who've had mental illness: author and lecturer Pat Deegan, the late comedian Robin Williams, author and educator Mary Ellen Copeland and Abraham Lincoln, among others.In the small take-out area where you order (staff brings it to the table) there's a display case with homemade desserts (giant brownies on this Tuesday afternoon) and homemade quiche. Beverages include an extensive range of coffees, tea, espresso and cappuccino.Food: My friend opted for the "pick-two" option, where you can choose from a cup of soup, half a panini or...

50 years of Virginia Western Community College - Roanoke Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mae came from a close and loving family. She is survived by her brother, Henry Wagner and his wife, Betty; her sisters, Jean Hamlett, Nancy Jones, Judy Martin and Sharlene Almond and her husband, Ed. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She especially loved Kristen Caldwell. She always said that Kristen was her inspiration to keep on going and keep on walking, even when she felt like giving up. Her family, especially her daughter, Carolyn, would like to thank Dr. Jack Bumgardner who cared for Mae for many years; Dr. Fogel, Dr. Fletcher, Dr. Love, and Dr. Rodriguez, her surgical team, who tried mightily to save her life; Dr. Lollar, Dr. Reed, Dr. Warren and Dr. Murphy, her critical care team, who checked on her constantly. Mae especially thanks Dr. Murphy for bringing her last Mountain Dew, which unfortunately, she never got to drink. We also thank every nurse who cared for her in the ICU units at Roanoke Memorial, especially David, Rachel, Taylor, Errin, Sandy and others too numerous to name.Mae was an accomplished seamstress, who could do everything from making wedding dresses to hemming a pair of pants. Even to her last days, she worked on quilts and crocheted afghans for her family. She worked at Bristol Manufacturing for many years.She will be greatly missed and can never be replaced.Her family will receive visitors from noon until 2 p.m., at the Lynch Conner Bowman funeral home on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, to be followed by her funeral service at 2 p.m. which be conducted by Pastor Gary Hoffman and Pastor Billy Shively. There will be a reception following the funeral service at the Erath Room at Ippy's Restaurant. Mae will be interred later beside the love of her life, her husband, Jack, and her daughter, Kim, in the Hodges family cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The Free Clinic of Franklin County, 1171 Franklin Street, Rocky Mount, VA 24151.

Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs - Roanoke Times

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mae came from a close and loving family. She is survived by her brother, Henry Wagner and his wife, Betty; her sisters, Jean Hamlett, Nancy Jones, Judy Martin and Sharlene Almond and her husband, Ed. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She especially loved Kristen Caldwell. She always said that Kristen was her inspiration to keep on going and keep on walking, even when she felt like giving up. Her family, especially her daughter, Carolyn, would like to thank Dr. Jack Bumgardner who cared for Mae for many years; Dr. Fogel, Dr. Fletcher, Dr. Love, and Dr. Rodriguez, her surgical team, who tried mightily to save her life; Dr. Lollar, Dr. Reed, Dr. Warren and Dr. Murphy, her critical care team, who checked on her constantly. Mae especially thanks Dr. Murphy for bringing her last Mountain Dew, which unfortunately, she never got to drink. We also thank every nurse who cared for her in the ICU units at Roanoke Memorial, especially David, Rachel, Taylor, Errin, Sandy and others too numerous to name.Mae was an accomplished seamstress, who could do everything from making wedding dresses to hemming a pair of pants. Even to her last days, she worked on quilts and crocheted afghans for her family. She worked at Bristol Manufacturing for many years.She will be greatly missed and can never be replaced.Her family will receive visitors from noon until 2 p.m., at the Lynch Conner Bowman funeral home on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, to be followed by her funeral service at 2 p.m. which be conducted by Pastor Gary Hoffman and Pastor Billy Shively. There will be a reception following the funeral service at the Erath Room at Ippy's Restaurant. Mae will be interred later beside the love of her life, her husband, Jack, and her daughter, Kim, in the Hodges family cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The Free Clinic of Franklin County, 1171 Franklin Street, Rocky Mount, VA 24151.