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James Barnes

Monday, June 26, 2017

James Barnes wishes to extend our special thanks to Stephanie Moore for her many kindnesses. We also want to give sincere thanks to AseraCare Hospice, Spring Meadows Nursing Home, Dr. Robert Hudson and staff and Dr. Pradip Mishra and staff for all the care and assistance they have provided over the years. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to a charity of your choice.

Iona Roth

Monday, June 26, 2017

Eric Jenks and children- Kenzi and Kolton Jenks; Son-Lyle Roth of Wisner, NE and family-Keena and Kory Koehlmoos and children-Korrell, Klay and Kazmyn Koehlmoos, Lucas Roth and children-Lucy and Hudson Roth, Amanda and Michael Eason and children-Creighton and Kingston Lichtenberg; Daughter-Karen and Byron Cruse of Lincoln, NE and family-Micala and Michael Demps and children-Michael Jr., Malik, and Malia Demps, Morgan and Meredith Cruse.Sister-in-law-Delores Hunt of Emerson, NESeveral Nieces and Nephews also survive her.Iona was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Ervin in 1964, 2 brothers- Herbert and Edgar Wascher, and 5 sisters-Hattie Brockmann, Golda Leimer, Eveline Ott, Viola Kuester, and Zeola Roth.

Services set for J-D grad killed in shooting in Syracuse | syracuse.com - Syracuse.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Jones said.His family, including his mother Rasheada Caldwell, pleaded for the public's help Wednesday to help find her son's killer. She, along with Syracuse Common Councilor Helen Hudson, asked that anyone with information come forward.

Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Real World, in Bath, and British Grove, in London.It is understood Stephen's death was sudden and followed a fall at his Westcountry home.Read next: Man raped girl next to toyshop car parkEllie Hudson, The Wharf's press and publicity officer, described Stephen as a "genius character".She said: "He was a very down to earth man, didn't name-drop at all, it was left to others to talk about his achievements."He was solely responsible for building the incredible sound system at The Wharf and so many bands comment on it after they've performed, it's the reason everyone wants to play at our venue."She said a wake at The Wharf will follow Stephen's funeral and added: "Many of the technical wizards of the sound industry will be attending as Stephen's background took him into Abbey Road Studios and video work for Pink Floyd, which elevated his profile massively."She added: "He was also the sound designer for the stage production of Freudiana in Vienna, which was the last project we did – with Alan Parsons Project co-writer Eric Woolfson – before he died."Stephen, who cited his age as "a few years younger than Mick Jagger", who is 73, was passionate about sound quality. In 2015 he said: "Most venues just play music as loud as they can and it sounds awful."STAR: Stephen Court worked with Shirley BasseyHe also said: "There's no real difference when it comes to the big stars. The bigger they are, the less likely it is they have the prima donna thing going on. I remember when we were doing a session in the studio and Shirley Bassey came in and she had a pair of old jeans on and a T-shirt. We gave her the music and she said 'you ready boys?' and she just sang."She wasn't stuck up or the big 'I am', and I thought 'that girl is a star'."Stephen met his wife Angela in London. She had moved from her home city of Plymouth to work in marketing.She met Stephen in a pub where he was sharing a pint with music producer Tony Ashton."I got talking to Angela, but we went our own ways and ended up meeting time and time again," Stephen told The Herald in 2015. "One day Kent won the championship at Lord's by two runs so I got drunk and asked her to marry me. That was that, we moved out of London and had children."That was 31 years ago. They had children James, aged 26 and Emma, aged 28, who are also involved with the live music venue.Original story Plymouth HeraldFor latest news return to our Home Page...

Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Naples, Fla. He was 96.His death was confirmed this week by his son John.As an imposing, 6-foot-4 United States attorney for New Jersey, Mr. Lacey smashed the corrupt Democratic machines in Essex and Hudson Counties.He successfully prosecuted Mayors Hugh J. Addonizio of Newark and Thomas J. Whelan of Jersey City; John V. Kenny, the Hudson County party boss; and Mafia leaders with whom local politicians, power brokers and officials conspired to plunder the public coffers.Within four years, Mr. Lacey and his successor, Herbert J. Stern, won the convictions of three-dozen government officials after what Mr. Lacey called “the most intensive investigation ever conducted by the federal government in New Jersey” had uncovered graft “unmatched in anything in my experience.”“Everything has a price on it,” he said at the time.In the mid-1950s, as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Lacey prosecuted Albert Anastasia, the feared former head of Murder Inc., the Brooklyn-based hitmen for hire, for income-tax evasion. (Mr. Anastasia’s first trial had ended in a mistrial; he pleaded guilty a few days before the second trial was to start. He was sentenced to a year in prison.)In Federal District Court, Judge Lacey oversaw trials involving Soviet spies and payola from record companies to radio station disc jockeys. He sentenced the confessed heroin smuggler in the so-called French Connection case, involving Marseille-based traffickers who were immor...

A Minnesota child dies by suicide - Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)

Monday, May 01, 2017

All who might find healing and closure are welcome to attend services. Service Thursday, April 27, 2017, 11:00 A.M. at SHEPHERD OF THE VALLEY LUTHERAN CHURCH, 14107 Hudson Road South, Afton. Private interment Evergreen Cemetery, Afton. Visitation Wednesday, April 26, 2017 3:00-8:00 P.M. at BRADSHAW CELEBRATION OF LIFE CENTER, 2800 Curve Crest Boulevard, Stillwater and also one-half hour prior to the service at the church.All those who might find healing and closure are welcome.Having known Colin or the family is not a requirement.Talking to or hugging the family is optional. There are no right (or wrong) words anyway.Attire need not be formal or black. Given the option, Colin would wear shorts and a screen printed T-shirt (preferably green) any day of the week.Do not bring whys – there are no answers.Do not seek blame – there is nothing and no one to attach it to.Do not have regrets – Colin would never want anyone to feel bad.Tears and sorrow are welcome; but so are laughter, jokes, joy, and especially group hugs. Colin loved to be in the middle of a group hug.Instead of flowers, please make a contribution to either Boy Scout Troop 9226 or SAVE-Suicide Awareness Voices of Education.Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for Minnesota teenagers.

Ellen T. Lee, 92, of Hudson - Community Advocate

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hudson – Ellen T. (Shanahan) Lee, 92, of Hudson and formerly of Bolton, died Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at The Reservoir Center in Marlborough. She was the wife for 40 years of the late David I. Lee, who died in 1986.She was born and raised in Marlborough, the daughter of the late William J. and Theresa (Marinelli) Shanahan, and was a 1942 graduate of St. Michael’s Catholic High School in Hudson.Ellen was a chef for Nashoba Regional High School for 38 years, retiring in 2000, and previously worked at LaPointe Machine Tool Co. in Hudson for several years.She enjoyed music, dancing, swimming, cooking, and was an avid reader. She was devoted to her family and enjoyed a special bond with her grandchildren.She leaves three daughters, Mary J. Nichols and her husband Jeffrey of Bolton, Virginia A. Lee of Hudson, and Christine R. Gasparoni and her husband Richard of Marlborough; a sister, Mary Orareo of Florida; a brother, John Shanahan of Charlton; four grandsons and five granddaughters; five gr...

Deaths and Funeral Notices for April 8 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

REESE WELDON BROWN III, 71, Tyler, died April 15. GLEN R. BURFORD, 51, Austin, died March 10. PATRICIA CRISS, 89, Tyler, died April 5. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. DAVID C. HUDSON, 71, Tyler, died April 5. Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler. TRAVIS KELLEY, 79, Tyler, died April 5. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler. CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA LESLIE, 69, Wills Point, died April 1. Hiett’s LyBrand Funeral Home, Wills Point. LUTHER LATHAM MOORE, 89, Canton, died April 1. Hiett’s LyBrand Funeral Home, Edgewood. BESSIE (HUTTO) RAINWATER, 103, Longview, died April 7. Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home, Henderson. Visitation 10-11 a.m. Monday at funeral home. JOHNNY B. SANDERS, 69, Tyler, died April 4. Community Funeral Home of Tyler. W.G. SPIVEY, 94, Tyler, died April 7. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. JAMES WARD, 84, Tyler, died April 6. John R. Harmon Un­dertaking Co., Tyler. LOIS RUTH WENGER, 78, Tyler, died March 29. Lloyd James Funeral Home, Tyler. FUNERALS TODAY GLENDA KAY BRAGER, 67, Kilgore; Funeral service 1 p.m. Satur­day at Zion Overton Baptist Church. Cunningham Funeral Home, Kilgore. L.K. BUCHANAN, 76, Gilmer; Graveside service 11 a.m. Sa...

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James Barnes

Monday, June 26, 2017

James Barnes wishes to extend our special thanks to Stephanie Moore for her many kindnesses. We also want to give sincere thanks to AseraCare Hospice, Spring Meadows Nursing Home, Dr. Robert Hudson and staff and Dr. Pradip Mishra and staff for all the care and assistance they have provided over the years. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to a charity of your choice.

Iona Roth

Monday, June 26, 2017

Eric Jenks and children- Kenzi and Kolton Jenks; Son-Lyle Roth of Wisner, NE and family-Keena and Kory Koehlmoos and children-Korrell, Klay and Kazmyn Koehlmoos, Lucas Roth and children-Lucy and Hudson Roth, Amanda and Michael Eason and children-Creighton and Kingston Lichtenberg; Daughter-Karen and Byron Cruse of Lincoln, NE and family-Micala and Michael Demps and children-Michael Jr., Malik, and Malia Demps, Morgan and Meredith Cruse.Sister-in-law-Delores Hunt of Emerson, NESeveral Nieces and Nephews also survive her.Iona was preceded in death by her parents, husband-Ervin in 1964, 2 brothers- Herbert and Edgar Wascher, and 5 sisters-Hattie Brockmann, Golda Leimer, Eveline Ott, Viola Kuester, and Zeola Roth.

Services set for J-D grad killed in shooting in Syracuse | syracuse.com - Syracuse.com

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Jones said.His family, including his mother Rasheada Caldwell, pleaded for the public's help Wednesday to help find her son's killer. She, along with Syracuse Common Councilor Helen Hudson, asked that anyone with information come forward.

Music industry genius dies suddenly after fall at his Devon home - Devon Live

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Real World, in Bath, and British Grove, in London.It is understood Stephen's death was sudden and followed a fall at his Westcountry home.Read next: Man raped girl next to toyshop car parkEllie Hudson, The Wharf's press and publicity officer, described Stephen as a "genius character".She said: "He was a very down to earth man, didn't name-drop at all, it was left to others to talk about his achievements."He was solely responsible for building the incredible sound system at The Wharf and so many bands comment on it after they've performed, it's the reason everyone wants to play at our venue."She said a wake at The Wharf will follow Stephen's funeral and added: "Many of the technical wizards of the sound industry will be attending as Stephen's background took him into Abbey Road Studios and video work for Pink Floyd, which elevated his profile massively."She added: "He was also the sound designer for the stage production of Freudiana in Vienna, which was the last project we did – with Alan Parsons Project co-writer Eric Woolfson – before he died."Stephen, who cited his age as "a few years younger than Mick Jagger", who is 73, was passionate about sound quality. In 2015 he said: "Most venues just play music as loud as they can and it sounds awful."STAR: Stephen Court worked with Shirley BasseyHe also said: "There's no real difference when it comes to the big stars. The bigger they are, the less likely it is they have the prima donna thing going on. I remember when we were doing a session in the studio and Shirley Bassey came in and she had a pair of old jeans on and a T-shirt. We gave her the music and she said 'you ready boys?' and she just sang."She wasn't stuck up or the big 'I am', and I thought 'that girl is a star'."Stephen met his wife Angela in London. She had moved from her home city of Plymouth to work in marketing.She met Stephen in a pub where he was sharing a pint with music producer Tony Ashton."I got talking to Angela, but we went our own ways and ended up meeting time and time again," Stephen told The Herald in 2015. "One day Kent won the championship at Lord's by two runs so I got drunk and asked her to marry me. That was that, we moved out of London and had children."That was 31 years ago. They had children James, aged 26 and Emma, aged 28, who are also involved with the live music venue.Original story Plymouth HeraldFor latest news return to our Home Page...

Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Naples, Fla. He was 96.His death was confirmed this week by his son John.As an imposing, 6-foot-4 United States attorney for New Jersey, Mr. Lacey smashed the corrupt Democratic machines in Essex and Hudson Counties.He successfully prosecuted Mayors Hugh J. Addonizio of Newark and Thomas J. Whelan of Jersey City; John V. Kenny, the Hudson County party boss; and Mafia leaders with whom local politicians, power brokers and officials conspired to plunder the public coffers.Within four years, Mr. Lacey and his successor, Herbert J. Stern, won the convictions of three-dozen government officials after what Mr. Lacey called “the most intensive investigation ever conducted by the federal government in New Jersey” had uncovered graft “unmatched in anything in my experience.”“Everything has a price on it,” he said at the time.In the mid-1950s, as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Lacey prosecuted Albert Anastasia, the feared former head of Murder Inc., the Brooklyn-based hitmen for hire, for income-tax evasion. (Mr. Anastasia’s first trial had ended in a mistrial; he pleaded guilty a few days before the second trial was to start. He was sentenced to a year in prison.)In Federal District Court, Judge Lacey oversaw trials involving Soviet spies and payola from record companies to radio station disc jockeys. He sentenced the confessed heroin smuggler in the so-called French Connection case, involving Marseille-based traffickers who were immor...

A Minnesota child dies by suicide - Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)

Monday, May 01, 2017

All who might find healing and closure are welcome to attend services. Service Thursday, April 27, 2017, 11:00 A.M. at SHEPHERD OF THE VALLEY LUTHERAN CHURCH, 14107 Hudson Road South, Afton. Private interment Evergreen Cemetery, Afton. Visitation Wednesday, April 26, 2017 3:00-8:00 P.M. at BRADSHAW CELEBRATION OF LIFE CENTER, 2800 Curve Crest Boulevard, Stillwater and also one-half hour prior to the service at the church.All those who might find healing and closure are welcome.Having known Colin or the family is not a requirement.Talking to or hugging the family is optional. There are no right (or wrong) words anyway.Attire need not be formal or black. Given the option, Colin would wear shorts and a screen printed T-shirt (preferably green) any day of the week.Do not bring whys – there are no answers.Do not seek blame – there is nothing and no one to attach it to.Do not have regrets – Colin would never want anyone to feel bad.Tears and sorrow are welcome; but so are laughter, jokes, joy, and especially group hugs. Colin loved to be in the middle of a group hug.Instead of flowers, please make a contribution to either Boy Scout Troop 9226 or SAVE-Suicide Awareness Voices of Education.Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for Minnesota teenagers.

Ellen T. Lee, 92, of Hudson - Community Advocate

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hudson – Ellen T. (Shanahan) Lee, 92, of Hudson and formerly of Bolton, died Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at The Reservoir Center in Marlborough. She was the wife for 40 years of the late David I. Lee, who died in 1986.She was born and raised in Marlborough, the daughter of the late William J. and Theresa (Marinelli) Shanahan, and was a 1942 graduate of St. Michael’s Catholic High School in Hudson.Ellen was a chef for Nashoba Regional High School for 38 years, retiring in 2000, and previously worked at LaPointe Machine Tool Co. in Hudson for several years.She enjoyed music, dancing, swimming, cooking, and was an avid reader. She was devoted to her family and enjoyed a special bond with her grandchildren.She leaves three daughters, Mary J. Nichols and her husband Jeffrey of Bolton, Virginia A. Lee of Hudson, and Christine R. Gasparoni and her husband Richard of Marlborough; a sister, Mary Orareo of Florida; a brother, John Shanahan of Charlton; four grandsons and five granddaughters; five gr...

Deaths and Funeral Notices for April 8 - Tyler Morning Telegraph

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

REESE WELDON BROWN III, 71, Tyler, died April 15. GLEN R. BURFORD, 51, Austin, died March 10. PATRICIA CRISS, 89, Tyler, died April 5. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. DAVID C. HUDSON, 71, Tyler, died April 5. Jackson’s Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, Tyler. TRAVIS KELLEY, 79, Tyler, died April 5. John R. Harmon Undertaking Co., Tyler. CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA LESLIE, 69, Wills Point, died April 1. Hiett’s LyBrand Funeral Home, Wills Point. LUTHER LATHAM MOORE, 89, Canton, died April 1. Hiett’s LyBrand Funeral Home, Edgewood. BESSIE (HUTTO) RAINWATER, 103, Longview, died April 7. Crawford-A. Crim Funeral Home, Henderson. Visitation 10-11 a.m. Monday at funeral home. JOHNNY B. SANDERS, 69, Tyler, died April 4. Community Funeral Home of Tyler. W.G. SPIVEY, 94, Tyler, died April 7. Stewart Family Funeral Home, Tyler. JAMES WARD, 84, Tyler, died April 6. John R. Harmon Un­dertaking Co., Tyler. LOIS RUTH WENGER, 78, Tyler, died March 29. Lloyd James Funeral Home, Tyler. FUNERALS TODAY GLENDA KAY BRAGER, 67, Kilgore; Funeral service 1 p.m. Satur­day at Zion Overton Baptist Church. Cunningham Funeral Home, Kilgore. L.K. BUCHANAN, 76, Gilmer; Graveside service 11 a.m. Sa...