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Forest Hill Memorial Park

3301 East Forest Hill Avenue
Oak Creek, WI 53154
(414) 762-4446
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Johnson Tim Funeral Director

9200 South 27 Oak Creek
Oak Creek, WI 53154
(414) 761-2750
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Bullying drove West Virginia 9-year-old to suicide, relatives say - The Providence Journal

Monday, September 26, 2016

Family members said the 9-year-old -- the boy they affectionately called "Action Jackson" -- had been bullied by some of his peers at school and around their trailer park in Soak Creek. But he rarely shied away from confrontation, they said, often responding to his tormentors with a clever comeback -- and sometimes throwing a punch, according to NBC affiliate WVVA.Recently, though, the third-grader had started to pull away, relatives said, and they were growing increasingly concerned."I was spending time with him, trying to get it out of him," Betsy Baber, Jackson's grandmother and guardian, told WVVA. "But Jack's the type that holds things in, and I couldn't get to him."Last Saturday afternoon, one of Jackson's sisters discovered him dead when she went into his room to show off a frog she had captured for him."Please stop bullying," one sister wrote hours later on Facebook. "I just lost my brother jackson ... he hung himself ..."Raleigh County Sheriff's deputies responded to a call about a hanging Sept. 10 in Soak Creek, about 65 miles from the capital, Charleston, according to a police statement.Authorities said they did not suspect foul play and that the fatal injuries appeared to be self-inflicted, though the death is still under investigation. The state me...

Students, friends mourn ASU professor found dead in N. Arizona - azcentral.com

Monday, July 25, 2016

ASU professor found dead in Oak Creek Canyon WochitDebra Schwartz, 59, was last seen Wednesday in Oak Creek Canyon, officials said.(Photo: Coconino County Sheriff's Office)The lack of a travel companion never stopped Debra Schwartz from passing up a chance for adventure.It struck friend Franklin Evans how, a few summers ago, Schwartz explored the high country of Colorado alone, camping and hiking along the way. She just loved the outdoors, he said."Whatever sparked her passion, she did it," Evans said. "She would put her nose down and do it."Schwartz, 59, an English professor at Arizona State University, was found dead Sunday in a slot canyon in northern Arizona. It was just a half-mile from the campsite in Oak Creek Canyon where she had planned to stay from Tuesday to Thursday, according to officials with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office.Authorities had been searching for Schwartz since Friday, when a host at Pine Flat Campgrounds called 911 upon noticing that Schwartz was overdue to check out."Our hearts an...

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Bullying drove West Virginia 9-year-old to suicide, relatives say - The Providence Journal

Monday, September 26, 2016

Family members said the 9-year-old -- the boy they affectionately called "Action Jackson" -- had been bullied by some of his peers at school and around their trailer park in Soak Creek. But he rarely shied away from confrontation, they said, often responding to his tormentors with a clever comeback -- and sometimes throwing a punch, according to NBC affiliate WVVA.Recently, though, the third-grader had started to pull away, relatives said, and they were growing increasingly concerned."I was spending time with him, trying to get it out of him," Betsy Baber, Jackson's grandmother and guardian, told WVVA. "But Jack's the type that holds things in, and I couldn't get to him."Last Saturday afternoon, one of Jackson's sisters discovered him dead when she went into his room to show off a frog she had captured for him."Please stop bullying," one sister wrote hours later on Facebook. "I just lost my brother jackson ... he hung himself ..."Raleigh County Sheriff's deputies responded to a call about a hanging Sept. 10 in Soak Creek, about 65 miles from the capital, Charleston, according to a police statement.Authorities said they did not suspect foul play and that the fatal injuries appeared to be self-inflicted, though the death is still under investigation. The state me...

Students, friends mourn ASU professor found dead in N. Arizona - azcentral.com

Monday, July 25, 2016

ASU professor found dead in Oak Creek Canyon WochitDebra Schwartz, 59, was last seen Wednesday in Oak Creek Canyon, officials said.(Photo: Coconino County Sheriff's Office)The lack of a travel companion never stopped Debra Schwartz from passing up a chance for adventure.It struck friend Franklin Evans how, a few summers ago, Schwartz explored the high country of Colorado alone, camping and hiking along the way. She just loved the outdoors, he said."Whatever sparked her passion, she did it," Evans said. "She would put her nose down and do it."Schwartz, 59, an English professor at Arizona State University, was found dead Sunday in a slot canyon in northern Arizona. It was just a half-mile from the campsite in Oak Creek Canyon where she had planned to stay from Tuesday to Thursday, according to officials with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office.Authorities had been searching for Schwartz since Friday, when a host at Pine Flat Campgrounds called 911 upon noticing that Schwartz was overdue to check out."Our hearts an...