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Graveyard grabber suspect identified after second victim comes forward - Chron.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

The Mother's Day victim was able to shy away from the conversation before it became too dire, instead snatching a photo of the suspect's red Ford F-150 as he drove away.Friday's victim was not as lucky.Friday's victim told investigators that she was attacked at the Klein Memorial Park Cemetery in the 32500 block of Texas 249 as she was visiting a loved one. The man, only known to the general public as "Bart," used a stun gun on her and pointed a gun at her head before she was bound and gagged with zip ties and a men's necktie, detectives allege.She was eventually able to escape after the suspect became too tired from her fighting, detectives said. She ran to nearby Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department Station 184 on Decker Prairie Road and got help."If you know that you did it, you might as well call us," MCSO Lt. Scott Spencer said in a comment directed toward the suspect. "Because we're coming for you."At last check, investigators were working to secure an arrest warrant for the man they believe is responsible for the assault. He lives in Montgomery County and frequented the cemetery, Spencer said.He was not an employee of Klein Funeral Homes and Memorial Parks, Spencer said. Rather, Friday's victim had previously seen the suspect at the cemetery visiting a loved one.Anyone with information concerning this crime or the whereabouts of the vehicle is urged to contact the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at 936-760-5800. If you wish to remain anonymous, please contact Crime Stoppers at 800-392-STOP (7867).The suspect had not been arrested as of 5 p.m.

Gregg Allman laid to rest next to brother Duane in Macon - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, June 10, 2017

After the short procession from Snow’s Memorial Chapel to Rose Hill Cemetery – where more fans lined Riverside Drive - the gravesite ceremony commenced.As the 10-minute service concluded, Cher plucked a white rose from the flower blanket draping the coffin as she and several others paused at the fence surrounding the tombstones of Duane Allman and Oakley.Moments after the mourners departed, a freight train rumbled by a few hundred yards away — a powerful, final salute to Southern rock royalty.MORE ABOUT GREGG ALLMANRead and sign the online guestbookThe Allman Brothers Museum in Macon: The Big House still rocksFlashback: The Allman Brothers and Macon’s magical music history tourThe time Gregg Allman played a solo gig in Atlanta’s Music Midtown festivalFlashback: Gregg Allman overcame addictions and failure in his solo music careerFor updates on the death of Gregg Allman, follow the AJC Music Scene blog on Facebook or Twitter...

Mary Anne 'Cookie' Smith - Brown County Democrat

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Cookie made the best strawberry pie her family ever had!The bonds she fostered among friends and family are everlasting because these relationships meant everything to her. All those lucky enough to know her felt the grace, wit, love, acceptance and guidance that radiated from her peaceful, giving and nurturing spirit.A celebration of her life will be Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, at a time to be determined, where all may come and share in the lasting joy and fond memories Cookie brought to our lives.Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home, 1682 State Rd. 135 North, Nashville, IN 47448 is entrusted with arrangements.Online condolences may be made to the family at BondMitchellFuneral Home.com.

Ancient Chinese ritual comes to Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes - East Bay Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Australia.“We’re Taoists, but Buddhism was and is a major part of Chinese culture. The lion is symbolic of bowing to deities. This is a celebration time to bring in the spirits and send good luck to the dead and celebrate with them. This is a big deal,” said the group’s leader, Norman Lau.The firecrackers are about scaring away evil spirits, he said.Five representatives of the Telegraph Avenue Minh Yueh Jiu Shyh Buddhist Temple had assembled two altars at Chapel of the Chimes, and blessed them with chanting, readings and music softly played on a small drum, wooden percussion instruments, bells, bowls and a small gong.The five, Chinese immigrants, arranged offerings of incense, apples, water, oranges, buns, mushrooms and other food, including tofu renderings of shrimp and other seafood dishes, on the altars as a type of “sutra,” Hoang Truong said.Ching Ming ceremonies traditionally coincide with spring planting, set at the 106th day after winter solstice, and at harvest time in the fall. So there will be another Ching Ming ceremony in September.“Growing up in Western society, we lose our connection. This gives us a way to connect with our culture,” said Yau Kung Moon’s Johnny Leung, visiting from Australia.“The whole family will gather together and go to the grave to clean it, bring flowers, gather together and talk,” Truong said. Given the brief time they have been in the country, with few graves to tend, such celebrations often are held at home or at temples, she said.Truong tapped a small drum and chimed a bell at intervals in the chanting. She was accompanied by the group’s leader, Quang Truong, who chimed a small gong as he led the chanting from a position at the altar’s left side.Across from him, Minh Truong kept a rhythm on the serra...

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Graveyard grabber suspect identified after second victim comes forward - Chron.com

Monday, June 19, 2017

The Mother's Day victim was able to shy away from the conversation before it became too dire, instead snatching a photo of the suspect's red Ford F-150 as he drove away.Friday's victim was not as lucky.Friday's victim told investigators that she was attacked at the Klein Memorial Park Cemetery in the 32500 block of Texas 249 as she was visiting a loved one. The man, only known to the general public as "Bart," used a stun gun on her and pointed a gun at her head before she was bound and gagged with zip ties and a men's necktie, detectives allege.She was eventually able to escape after the suspect became too tired from her fighting, detectives said. She ran to nearby Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department Station 184 on Decker Prairie Road and got help."If you know that you did it, you might as well call us," MCSO Lt. Scott Spencer said in a comment directed toward the suspect. "Because we're coming for you."At last check, investigators were working to secure an arrest warrant for the man they believe is responsible for the assault. He lives in Montgomery County and frequented the cemetery, Spencer said.He was not an employee of Klein Funeral Homes and Memorial Parks, Spencer said. Rather, Friday's victim had previously seen the suspect at the cemetery visiting a loved one.Anyone with information concerning this crime or the whereabouts of the vehicle is urged to contact the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at 936-760-5800. If you wish to remain anonymous, please contact Crime Stoppers at 800-392-STOP (7867).The suspect had not been arrested as of 5 p.m.

Gregg Allman laid to rest next to brother Duane in Macon - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, June 10, 2017

After the short procession from Snow’s Memorial Chapel to Rose Hill Cemetery – where more fans lined Riverside Drive - the gravesite ceremony commenced.As the 10-minute service concluded, Cher plucked a white rose from the flower blanket draping the coffin as she and several others paused at the fence surrounding the tombstones of Duane Allman and Oakley.Moments after the mourners departed, a freight train rumbled by a few hundred yards away — a powerful, final salute to Southern rock royalty.MORE ABOUT GREGG ALLMANRead and sign the online guestbookThe Allman Brothers Museum in Macon: The Big House still rocksFlashback: The Allman Brothers and Macon’s magical music history tourThe time Gregg Allman played a solo gig in Atlanta’s Music Midtown festivalFlashback: Gregg Allman overcame addictions and failure in his solo music careerFor updates on the death of Gregg Allman, follow the AJC Music Scene blog on Facebook or Twitter...

Mary Anne 'Cookie' Smith - Brown County Democrat

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Cookie made the best strawberry pie her family ever had!The bonds she fostered among friends and family are everlasting because these relationships meant everything to her. All those lucky enough to know her felt the grace, wit, love, acceptance and guidance that radiated from her peaceful, giving and nurturing spirit.A celebration of her life will be Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, at a time to be determined, where all may come and share in the lasting joy and fond memories Cookie brought to our lives.Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home, 1682 State Rd. 135 North, Nashville, IN 47448 is entrusted with arrangements.Online condolences may be made to the family at BondMitchellFuneral Home.com.

Ancient Chinese ritual comes to Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes - East Bay Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Australia.“We’re Taoists, but Buddhism was and is a major part of Chinese culture. The lion is symbolic of bowing to deities. This is a celebration time to bring in the spirits and send good luck to the dead and celebrate with them. This is a big deal,” said the group’s leader, Norman Lau.The firecrackers are about scaring away evil spirits, he said.Five representatives of the Telegraph Avenue Minh Yueh Jiu Shyh Buddhist Temple had assembled two altars at Chapel of the Chimes, and blessed them with chanting, readings and music softly played on a small drum, wooden percussion instruments, bells, bowls and a small gong.The five, Chinese immigrants, arranged offerings of incense, apples, water, oranges, buns, mushrooms and other food, including tofu renderings of shrimp and other seafood dishes, on the altars as a type of “sutra,” Hoang Truong said.Ching Ming ceremonies traditionally coincide with spring planting, set at the 106th day after winter solstice, and at harvest time in the fall. So there will be another Ching Ming ceremony in September.“Growing up in Western society, we lose our connection. This gives us a way to connect with our culture,” said Yau Kung Moon’s Johnny Leung, visiting from Australia.“The whole family will gather together and go to the grave to clean it, bring flowers, gather together and talk,” Truong said. Given the brief time they have been in the country, with few graves to tend, such celebrations often are held at home or at temples, she said.Truong tapped a small drum and chimed a bell at intervals in the chanting. She was accompanied by the group’s leader, Quang Truong, who chimed a small gong as he led the chanting from a position at the altar’s left side.Across from him, Minh Truong kept a rhythm on the serra...