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Marnocha Funeral Home

186 East Pulaski Street
Pulaski, WI 54162
(920) 822-3221
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Bob Ream | Obituaries | missoulian.com - The Missoulian

Monday, March 27, 2017

Himalayas to attend Woodstock, a boarding school in northern India.     The family returned to Wisconsin at the end of 1952, and Bob spent his junior year at Pulaski High School in Milwaukee. The family then moved to the Philippines for his senior year, where his dad took another job with USAID.  There he met his life-long friend, Peter Harken, and they spent much of their free time sailing in Manila Bay and occasionally crewing for races. Bob often recounted sailing with Peter up to a huge aircraft carrier, part of the U.S. 7th fleet, and being invited aboard. These adventures in Asia inspired Bob’s life-long interest in travel and world cultures, and his year in the Philippines cemented his enthusiasm for sailing, an activity he continued throughout his life.Bob entered the University of Wisconsin in 1955. Coincidentally, his friend Peter Harken also enrolled at UW, and with others such as Art Mitchell and Peter Barrett, they continued their wild adventures, tales of which would fill many a room with laughter over the years. Bob was a member of UW’s Hoofers outing club, through which he continued sailing, and learned to mountaineer, ice sail, canoe, and ski. College summers included working in western Washington, first in a logging camp and then on a Forest Service trail crew in the Cascades, with weekends reserved for mountain climbing in the Cascade Range and Olympic Mountains. Bob graduated UW in 1959 with a degree in agronomy. A graduate level plant ecology class taken during his junior year was a turning point, as it was an opportunity to study plants and animals in their natural environments instead of as agricultural commodities. Following graduation, Bob left for an assistantship at the University of Utah working on plant communities of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. During his year and a half in Utah, he and his team sampled and plotted the entire Wasatch range. With friends living in the Salt Lake Valley, he skied much of the local terrain long before most of the ski areas were developed, and built a couple of kayaks for floating rivers. While completing his master’s degree, Bob married Catherine Hardy, his college girlfriend. They returned to UW where Bob began his Ph.D. program in the fall of 1960.  Bob learned programming on UW’s first computer and entered the data he had collected from the Wasatch Range on punch cards – one card for each species in every plot in every stand sampled – an immense task. Bob received his Ph. D. in 1963 in b...

David H. Smith Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

He will be sadly missed by his family; his wife, the former Virginia Watson Smith; his children, Tim (Doris) Smith of Vienna, Ohio, James Smith of Hartville, Ohio, Heidi (Jim) Elsey of Pulaski, Pennsylvania, Eric (Sherri) Smith of Livonia, Michigan; his grandchildren, Jillian (Matt) MacKenzie, Jared Smith, Abby (Bobby) Roetger, Emily Smith, Lydia Smith, J.D. Elsey, Gretchen Elsey, Rachel Smith, Justin Smith; his great-granddaughter, Audrey Roetger; sister-in-law, Joan Smith and former daughter-in-law, Kathleen Smith of Granville, Ohio.Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Ivor G. Smith.There will be calling hours on Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon with the service starting at Noon with Pastor Michael Byus officiating. At the conclusion of the service at Stewart-Kyle Funeral Home full military honors will be provided by Trumbull County American Legion Honor Guard.David will be laid to rest at Crown Hill Burial Park in Vienna.Memorial contributions may be made to Hubbard Church of the Nazarene 1815 Cherry Lane Dr. S.E. Hubbard, Ohio 44425.Family and friends are invited to visit the funeral home’s website at www.stewart-kyle.com to share memories and condolences.Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air Wednesday, February 15 at the following approximate times:6:41 a.m. WYTV and 8:41 a.m. MyYTV and 9:58 a.m. on FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Funerals Pending for Monday, Feb. 6, 2017 - Herald & Review

Sunday, February 12, 2017

ALLSPACH, Shirley Jean, 91, Mount Pulaski, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Fricke-Calver-Schrader Funeral Home, Mount PulaskiBENZ, Frances May, 60, Argenta, died Friday (Feb. 3, 2017). Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home North Chapel.BROOKS, Dennis, 55, Newton, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Meyer Funeral Home, Newton.DONALDSON, Pearl H., 83, Shelbyville, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Howe and Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville.EVERSOLE, Steven, 67, Decatur, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2017). Tanzyus-Logan Funeral Service and Care.POWERS, Eileen, 81, Findlay, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2017). Howe and Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville.THOMAS, Betty Jane, 91, Greenup, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2017). Meyer Funeral Home-Bishop Chapel, Greenup.WILDMAN, Freeman D., 88, Sullivan, formerly of Lovington, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Reed Funeral Home, Sullivan.

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Bob Ream | Obituaries | missoulian.com - The Missoulian

Monday, March 27, 2017

Himalayas to attend Woodstock, a boarding school in northern India.     The family returned to Wisconsin at the end of 1952, and Bob spent his junior year at Pulaski High School in Milwaukee. The family then moved to the Philippines for his senior year, where his dad took another job with USAID.  There he met his life-long friend, Peter Harken, and they spent much of their free time sailing in Manila Bay and occasionally crewing for races. Bob often recounted sailing with Peter up to a huge aircraft carrier, part of the U.S. 7th fleet, and being invited aboard. These adventures in Asia inspired Bob’s life-long interest in travel and world cultures, and his year in the Philippines cemented his enthusiasm for sailing, an activity he continued throughout his life.Bob entered the University of Wisconsin in 1955. Coincidentally, his friend Peter Harken also enrolled at UW, and with others such as Art Mitchell and Peter Barrett, they continued their wild adventures, tales of which would fill many a room with laughter over the years. Bob was a member of UW’s Hoofers outing club, through which he continued sailing, and learned to mountaineer, ice sail, canoe, and ski. College summers included working in western Washington, first in a logging camp and then on a Forest Service trail crew in the Cascades, with weekends reserved for mountain climbing in the Cascade Range and Olympic Mountains. Bob graduated UW in 1959 with a degree in agronomy. A graduate level plant ecology class taken during his junior year was a turning point, as it was an opportunity to study plants and animals in their natural environments instead of as agricultural commodities. Following graduation, Bob left for an assistantship at the University of Utah working on plant communities of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. During his year and a half in Utah, he and his team sampled and plotted the entire Wasatch range. With friends living in the Salt Lake Valley, he skied much of the local terrain long before most of the ski areas were developed, and built a couple of kayaks for floating rivers. While completing his master’s degree, Bob married Catherine Hardy, his college girlfriend. They returned to UW where Bob began his Ph.D. program in the fall of 1960.  Bob learned programming on UW’s first computer and entered the data he had collected from the Wasatch Range on punch cards – one card for each species in every plot in every stand sampled – an immense task. Bob received his Ph. D. in 1963 in b...

David H. Smith Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

He will be sadly missed by his family; his wife, the former Virginia Watson Smith; his children, Tim (Doris) Smith of Vienna, Ohio, James Smith of Hartville, Ohio, Heidi (Jim) Elsey of Pulaski, Pennsylvania, Eric (Sherri) Smith of Livonia, Michigan; his grandchildren, Jillian (Matt) MacKenzie, Jared Smith, Abby (Bobby) Roetger, Emily Smith, Lydia Smith, J.D. Elsey, Gretchen Elsey, Rachel Smith, Justin Smith; his great-granddaughter, Audrey Roetger; sister-in-law, Joan Smith and former daughter-in-law, Kathleen Smith of Granville, Ohio.Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Ivor G. Smith.There will be calling hours on Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon with the service starting at Noon with Pastor Michael Byus officiating. At the conclusion of the service at Stewart-Kyle Funeral Home full military honors will be provided by Trumbull County American Legion Honor Guard.David will be laid to rest at Crown Hill Burial Park in Vienna.Memorial contributions may be made to Hubbard Church of the Nazarene 1815 Cherry Lane Dr. S.E. Hubbard, Ohio 44425.Family and friends are invited to visit the funeral home’s website at www.stewart-kyle.com to share memories and condolences.Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air Wednesday, February 15 at the following approximate times:6:41 a.m. WYTV and 8:41 a.m. MyYTV and 9:58 a.m. on FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Funerals Pending for Monday, Feb. 6, 2017 - Herald & Review

Sunday, February 12, 2017

ALLSPACH, Shirley Jean, 91, Mount Pulaski, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Fricke-Calver-Schrader Funeral Home, Mount PulaskiBENZ, Frances May, 60, Argenta, died Friday (Feb. 3, 2017). Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home North Chapel.BROOKS, Dennis, 55, Newton, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Meyer Funeral Home, Newton.DONALDSON, Pearl H., 83, Shelbyville, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Howe and Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville.EVERSOLE, Steven, 67, Decatur, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2017). Tanzyus-Logan Funeral Service and Care.POWERS, Eileen, 81, Findlay, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2017). Howe and Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville.THOMAS, Betty Jane, 91, Greenup, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2017). Meyer Funeral Home-Bishop Chapel, Greenup.WILDMAN, Freeman D., 88, Sullivan, formerly of Lovington, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 2017). Reed Funeral Home, Sullivan.