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Barron City Waywide Cemetery

90 North 18th
Barron, WI 54812
(715) 637-4688
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Troy L. Huggins - Daily Ardmoreite

Monday, February 06, 2017

RINGLING — A celebration service for Troy L. Huggins, 74, of Ringling will be 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, at the Community Fellowship Outreach Center A/G with Chad Barron officiating and Nick Ellis assisting. Interment will follow at the Ringling Memorial Cemetery.Troy was born Jan. 30, 1943, on Sunshine Road in Davis, to Jewel David and Ruby Viola Payne Huggins. He went to be with his Lord and Savior on his birthday Jan. 30, 2017. He received the best birthday gift.Troy attended school in Claypool and Ringling. He married the former Jo Ann Sullivan in 1960 at Wichita Falls, Texas. They moved to Oklahoma City while he worked at Caines Coffee, then moved to Claypool where he worked on Don Howard’s Ranch and raised two children, Pam and Mike. They finally moved to Ringling in 1972 and had their third child Jennifer. He began working at Uniroyal retiring in 2000. They made Ringling their permanent home. Troy enjoyed welding through the years and worked for many different farms and ranches. He enjoyed gardening; he would plant the best garden around and was very generous with all of his veggies. He would take bags full to friends and he enjoyed doing...

Spotlight on Holy Cross Catholic Church - Kenosha News - Kenoshanews (subscription)

Monday, December 26, 2016

Sundays; Adult Formation programs run in the fall and spring. The congregation is participating in the adult faith formation DVD and discussion program “Catholicism: Pivotal Players” by Bishop Robert Barron.History of parish: The Bristol church was originally known as St. Scholastica, with roots tracing back to St. Mary’s Church in the late 1800s. While the church and rectory are now gone, St. Scholastica cemetery can still be found at its original location, one mile west of Highway 45 on Highway V in Bristol.In the mid 1920s, St. Mary’s closed and families combined to worship at Holy Name of Jesus in Wilmot until, with the help and care of the Benedictine Monks, the parish was reopened in 1945, holding Masses in the Abbey Press Building nearby and becoming known as St. Benedict’s.The present church and rectory, completed in 1961, was renamed St. Scholastica.The Wilmot Church, Holy Name of Jesus, began as a small church built in 1856. Early church members were mostly of Irish descent. Another three church buildings were built between the 1870s and 1914.As Holy Name of Jesus parish grew in size it became apparent there was a need for a larger church and a permanent school.In 1957 a building was erected on 34 acres located on the corner of highways B and C, just across from the old church on the hill. It was the intent that one day when funds became available to build a rectory and a new church on Highway B. The now new building would then be utilized as only a school and residence for the nuns.A large section on the south side of the new building was designated as the church and a dedication was held in 1959. Eventually, the rectory was sold and some rooms in the church /school building became the rectory and offices. The church was growing, but the attendance at the school was dwindling, so the school closed in 1969.On Jan. 1, 2009, St. Scholastica and Holy Name of Jesus were again reunited — this time permanently, as one parish with two locations. “To help with the decline in the number of parish priests, we were formally merged with those whom we shared so much early history. We were renamed once again, this time to Holy Cross Parish.”Upcoming events: Bristol Christmas Eve Mass 4:30 p.m.; Wilmot Christmas Day Mass 9:30 a.m.For more information, contact: the parish office at 262-857-2068 or visit the parish website, www.holycrosscatholicchurch.net.House of Worship is a monthly feature that spotlights where the faithful of Kenosha County worship. If you’d like your place of worship to be featured, call editor John Sloca at 656-6321.

Police say minister shot daughter in Hebron murder-suicide - Lewiston Sun Journal

Monday, December 12, 2016

Saco church’s newsletter, “Greta Randall died after suffering injuries in a fall at Two Lights State Park in Cape Elizabeth on July 3.” She was six months pregnant at the time, and the child — Lucas Barron Randall — died a day later.After a two-month leave, Rev. Randall moved with his daughters to Scottsdale, Arizona, where he met and married Anita Kimball.A year later, the family moved to New Hampshire, where he served as minister at the Lee Church, UCC for seven years. The couple had a son in 2001.According to the Saco newsletter, Randall joined the U.S. Air Force reserves and was called to active duty as chaplain in 2002.That same year, he was named pastor at the First Congregational Church in Bristol, Rhode Island, serving there until December 2014.In a farewell speech to the congregation, Randall thanked the church community for sharing a “wonderful spiritual journey” with him, his wife Anita, and his children, Molly, Claire and Gabriel.The two older children were confirmed in that church, according to Randall’s speech.His resignation was effective January 2015.He thanked the congregation, and noted some of its accomplishments under his leadership, including the creation of the East Bay Food Pantry.His wife and daughter Claire were active in the church, including a music ministry event Claire organized in 2014, with proceeds to benefit the Community Spring Project, a nonprofit that offers affordable and accessible violin, viola, cello and bass lessons to local children and adults.Anita Randall is a graduate of Oxford Hills High School and grew up in Waterford.McCausland said that detectives and evidence technicians were at the scene late into Thursday night, and will continue their work throughout Friday.Executive Editor Judith Meyer contributed to this report.[embedded content]Gretchen Ertl/Providence Journal via APA 2008 photo shows Claire Randall. Police in Maine said Friday, Dec. 9, that a former university and U.S. Air Force chaplain bought a shotgun after completing treatment for substance abuse and drove to the home of his estranged family, where he killed his adult daughter and then himself. A neighbor discovered the bodies of Daniel Randall, 56, and Claire Rand...

Death and Funeral Notices for Nov. 10 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, November 21, 2016

CHARLES MELVIN BARRON, 81, Bullard, died Nov. 6. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.ELAINE FRANCES FISHER, 85, Whitehouse, died Nov. 3. Hilliard Funeral Home, Van.BOBBIE JEAN (GORDON) HACKNEY, 83, Bullard, died Nov. 6. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.BILL HAMON, 92, Lindale, died Nov. 8.  Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.LOUISE JACKSON, 78, Whitehouse, died Oct. 27. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler.EVA LEE (TRIBBLE) PRUETT, 99, Tyler, died Nov. 4.LOURIA WASHINGTON, 54, Seagoville, died Nov. 4. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler.RODERICK YVAIN WILLIAMS, 53, Tyler, died Nov. 7. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.FUNERALS TODAYSCOTT MATTHEWS CHRISTIAN, 69, Tyler; Graveside service 10 a.m. Thursday at Bascom Cemetery. Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler.CHERYL ANNE WISMER JONES, 70, Arp; Visitation 9:30-10:30 a.m. Thursday at funeral home. Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Cottle-Pearson Funeral Home, Overton.JEREMY WILLIAMS, 27, Jacksonville; Visitation 2 p.m. Thursday at churc...

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Troy L. Huggins - Daily Ardmoreite

Monday, February 06, 2017

RINGLING — A celebration service for Troy L. Huggins, 74, of Ringling will be 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, at the Community Fellowship Outreach Center A/G with Chad Barron officiating and Nick Ellis assisting. Interment will follow at the Ringling Memorial Cemetery.Troy was born Jan. 30, 1943, on Sunshine Road in Davis, to Jewel David and Ruby Viola Payne Huggins. He went to be with his Lord and Savior on his birthday Jan. 30, 2017. He received the best birthday gift.Troy attended school in Claypool and Ringling. He married the former Jo Ann Sullivan in 1960 at Wichita Falls, Texas. They moved to Oklahoma City while he worked at Caines Coffee, then moved to Claypool where he worked on Don Howard’s Ranch and raised two children, Pam and Mike. They finally moved to Ringling in 1972 and had their third child Jennifer. He began working at Uniroyal retiring in 2000. They made Ringling their permanent home. Troy enjoyed welding through the years and worked for many different farms and ranches. He enjoyed gardening; he would plant the best garden around and was very generous with all of his veggies. He would take bags full to friends and he enjoyed doing...

Spotlight on Holy Cross Catholic Church - Kenosha News - Kenoshanews (subscription)

Monday, December 26, 2016

Sundays; Adult Formation programs run in the fall and spring. The congregation is participating in the adult faith formation DVD and discussion program “Catholicism: Pivotal Players” by Bishop Robert Barron.History of parish: The Bristol church was originally known as St. Scholastica, with roots tracing back to St. Mary’s Church in the late 1800s. While the church and rectory are now gone, St. Scholastica cemetery can still be found at its original location, one mile west of Highway 45 on Highway V in Bristol.In the mid 1920s, St. Mary’s closed and families combined to worship at Holy Name of Jesus in Wilmot until, with the help and care of the Benedictine Monks, the parish was reopened in 1945, holding Masses in the Abbey Press Building nearby and becoming known as St. Benedict’s.The present church and rectory, completed in 1961, was renamed St. Scholastica.The Wilmot Church, Holy Name of Jesus, began as a small church built in 1856. Early church members were mostly of Irish descent. Another three church buildings were built between the 1870s and 1914.As Holy Name of Jesus parish grew in size it became apparent there was a need for a larger church and a permanent school.In 1957 a building was erected on 34 acres located on the corner of highways B and C, just across from the old church on the hill. It was the intent that one day when funds became available to build a rectory and a new church on Highway B. The now new building would then be utilized as only a school and residence for the nuns.A large section on the south side of the new building was designated as the church and a dedication was held in 1959. Eventually, the rectory was sold and some rooms in the church /school building became the rectory and offices. The church was growing, but the attendance at the school was dwindling, so the school closed in 1969.On Jan. 1, 2009, St. Scholastica and Holy Name of Jesus were again reunited — this time permanently, as one parish with two locations. “To help with the decline in the number of parish priests, we were formally merged with those whom we shared so much early history. We were renamed once again, this time to Holy Cross Parish.”Upcoming events: Bristol Christmas Eve Mass 4:30 p.m.; Wilmot Christmas Day Mass 9:30 a.m.For more information, contact: the parish office at 262-857-2068 or visit the parish website, www.holycrosscatholicchurch.net.House of Worship is a monthly feature that spotlights where the faithful of Kenosha County worship. If you’d like your place of worship to be featured, call editor John Sloca at 656-6321.

Police say minister shot daughter in Hebron murder-suicide - Lewiston Sun Journal

Monday, December 12, 2016

Saco church’s newsletter, “Greta Randall died after suffering injuries in a fall at Two Lights State Park in Cape Elizabeth on July 3.” She was six months pregnant at the time, and the child — Lucas Barron Randall — died a day later.After a two-month leave, Rev. Randall moved with his daughters to Scottsdale, Arizona, where he met and married Anita Kimball.A year later, the family moved to New Hampshire, where he served as minister at the Lee Church, UCC for seven years. The couple had a son in 2001.According to the Saco newsletter, Randall joined the U.S. Air Force reserves and was called to active duty as chaplain in 2002.That same year, he was named pastor at the First Congregational Church in Bristol, Rhode Island, serving there until December 2014.In a farewell speech to the congregation, Randall thanked the church community for sharing a “wonderful spiritual journey” with him, his wife Anita, and his children, Molly, Claire and Gabriel.The two older children were confirmed in that church, according to Randall’s speech.His resignation was effective January 2015.He thanked the congregation, and noted some of its accomplishments under his leadership, including the creation of the East Bay Food Pantry.His wife and daughter Claire were active in the church, including a music ministry event Claire organized in 2014, with proceeds to benefit the Community Spring Project, a nonprofit that offers affordable and accessible violin, viola, cello and bass lessons to local children and adults.Anita Randall is a graduate of Oxford Hills High School and grew up in Waterford.McCausland said that detectives and evidence technicians were at the scene late into Thursday night, and will continue their work throughout Friday.Executive Editor Judith Meyer contributed to this report.[embedded content]Gretchen Ertl/Providence Journal via APA 2008 photo shows Claire Randall. Police in Maine said Friday, Dec. 9, that a former university and U.S. Air Force chaplain bought a shotgun after completing treatment for substance abuse and drove to the home of his estranged family, where he killed his adult daughter and then himself. A neighbor discovered the bodies of Daniel Randall, 56, and Claire Rand...

Death and Funeral Notices for Nov. 10 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Monday, November 21, 2016

CHARLES MELVIN BARRON, 81, Bullard, died Nov. 6. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.ELAINE FRANCES FISHER, 85, Whitehouse, died Nov. 3. Hilliard Funeral Home, Van.BOBBIE JEAN (GORDON) HACKNEY, 83, Bullard, died Nov. 6. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.BILL HAMON, 92, Lindale, died Nov. 8.  Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler.LOUISE JACKSON, 78, Whitehouse, died Oct. 27. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler.EVA LEE (TRIBBLE) PRUETT, 99, Tyler, died Nov. 4.LOURIA WASHINGTON, 54, Seagoville, died Nov. 4. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler.RODERICK YVAIN WILLIAMS, 53, Tyler, died Nov. 7. Community Funeral Home of Tyler.FUNERALS TODAYSCOTT MATTHEWS CHRISTIAN, 69, Tyler; Graveside service 10 a.m. Thursday at Bascom Cemetery. Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler.CHERYL ANNE WISMER JONES, 70, Arp; Visitation 9:30-10:30 a.m. Thursday at funeral home. Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Cottle-Pearson Funeral Home, Overton.JEREMY WILLIAMS, 27, Jacksonville; Visitation 2 p.m. Thursday at churc...