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Jacqueline LaBar, of Long Valley, Passed Away - Patch.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Club of Long Valley, where she developed many long-lasting relationships with her cherished “GC Friends”.Ever the hostess, she created as inviting a space in her home as she did in her gardens, ensuring that all were welcome, with each guest feeling like the most important person in the room. She always enjoyed a good party, and although she will no longer be able to attend in body, she has asked that her friends, family, and acquaintances reflect fondly on the many laughs that she enjoyed with each of you, while celebrating a life well lived.Our loss will be heaven’s gain, and we have no doubt that this angel will be caring for scores of cherubs, as she did in this lifetime. For 30+ years, Jacquie, later known simply as Yaya to many, provided a warm and loving environment for young children to learn and grow at her in-home business, known as The Hunny Tree. Her kindness and warmth was felt by many more families as she later shared her time and love, volunteering at many of the local elementary schools and pre-K’s.“I’ve watched the world through the eyes of a child, and seen nothing but beauty. And so, I am forever grateful for the daily gifts you have given me, and the words you have shared.”Visitation will be held from 9:30 – 11:30 am on Friday March 24, 2017 at Galloway and Crane Funeral Home, 101 South Finley Ave, Basking Ridge, NJ, with a memorial service immediately following.In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that donations be made to the following organizations:The gracious volunteers of the Long Valley First Aid Squad, who expertly cared for Jacquie and Keith with compassion and warmth in their times of need (https://www.lvfas.org/)The P.G. Chambers School, which has provided a loving environment for all children, including Hannah, to reach their highest potential, while serving as a leader in the field of special education and therapy services for 50+ years in Northern NJ. (http://www.chambersschool.org/giving-site/)Image via Dan Twomey Get free real-time news alerts from the Long Valley Patch.

Daniel Lilley, respected and tenacious Maine defense attorney, dies at 79 - Press Herald

Monday, March 27, 2017

Tucker said in an email. “Dan took his obligations to his clients very seriously, always making them a priority.”She said Lilley’s law firm in Portland “is dedicated to ensuring a smooth transition” for his clients. “In that spirit, the staff will be in the office tomorrow and personally reaching out to each client, assuring them that they continue to be a priority. He will be greatly missed by all of us.”Schwartz noted that another one of Maine’s leading criminal defense attorneys died last year. Peter DeTroy III, 68, of Portland died of cardiac arrest while riding his bike near his home.Lilley’s obituary was not available Sunday, but Bailey said Lilley’s family informed him that there will not be a traditional funeral service.“There will be some type of celebratory event down the road,” Bailey said.According to Lilley’s LinkedIn page, he graduated from the Boston University School of Law in 1967. He is the owner of the Daniel G. Lilley Law Offices, 39 Portland Pier, which is located on the Portland waterfront.Dennis Hoey can be contacted at 791-6365 or at:[email protected]...

He saddled up anyway: First of Texas Panhandle wildfire victims buried - Amarillo.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Nearby, two young boys in checkered button-ups and matching Levis set up the program in the dirt, anchoring it with small rocks and ensuring it wouldn’t fall over: their memorial.“Sloan set the bar pretty high, didn’t he?” a man standing above them said to another.For Liesl, Sloan set the bar as high as the Apostle Paul.Scarlett and her younger brother, Samuel, fell asleep each night to sweet hymnal lullabies from their father. The same would have been for their new child, still on the way.They said he never was a begrudging husband or father.Feeding the cattle every evening became “daddy time” for Scarlett; the children would even fall asleep on Everett’s lap while he plowed.Just a few weeks before his death, the Everetts shared their gratitude with a group from their church.“I’m thankful for Liesl and the good mom that she is to our children,” Everett told the gathering.But even outside of his home, Everett was known for his compassion for all God’s creation, his dedication to memorizing scripture and his service to others.Dying was not something Everett feared, according to Liesl. She knew he would say, “To live is Christ and to die is gain.” He believed the word of God.“A life is not measured by the number of days, but by devotion to God, God’s word and God’s family – the church,” Batson told the guests. “Sloan had a passion for God’s word, for doing things God’s way, for being unwavering – being fixed and steadfast in his faith.”OTHER RELATED STORIESFriends recall Sloan Everett, Cody Crockett and Sydney Wallace who died in the fire near McLean.Taken in their prime: Lipscomb fire victim recently learned of pending fatherhood Author of ‘Hank the Cowdog’ books loses ranch home to wildfireWildfires take lives, burn nearly 500,000 acres Looking back: 12 die in March 2006 East Amarillo Complex fires...

Tommie Ray Walsh (1944-2017) - Hays Free Press

Monday, February 20, 2017

He then went to work for the Martinez Corporation for 9 years, continuing his valuable work. As a photogrammetrist, Tommie was responsible for measuring and plotting elevations on photos for road construction. The upper deck of Interstate 35 was one of his many projects. Tommy loved to wear hats. When in the service, Tommie would where a cowboy hat wherever he went. Later it was replaced with a baseball cap. He was a talented woodworker, making wooden tanks and tractors. He wrote several books for adolescents and was a poet. He made great tacos and after trying to duplicate Rita’s hot sauce recipe, decided he would take over their family’s private hot sauce production, bottles of which are coveted by his children and grand-children. Tommie was preceded in death by his older sister, Betty Lou Walsh, whom passed away as a child, and his parents.Tommie is survived by his loving wife of fifty-one years, Rita (Bailey) Walsh; his son Brian Walsh and wife Amber; his daughter April Layman and husband Daniel; grandchildren: Tyler Walsh, Blake Walsh, Bennett Walsh and Archer Layman. He will also be missed by his sister Norma McCullough and brother James Walsh and wife Sharon as wel as numerous family members and friends.Friends and family are invited to Harrell Funeral Home 1715 Kirby, in Kyle Texas on Saturday, February 18th, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for a time of visitation. Please immediately join Tommie’s family at his funeral service to celebrate his life at 3:00 pm on Saturday, February 18th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 3751 Trail Ridge Pass, San Marcos, Texas 78666, followed immediately with a dinner reception. A private cremation will follow.Please visit www.Harrellfuneralhomes.com to share a fond memory, photograph, or condolence with Tommie’s family on his On-line memorial site.Funeral and cremation assistance provided by Harrell Funeral Home 1715 Kirby Lane, Kyle, TX 78640 (512) 268-8200...

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Jacqueline LaBar, of Long Valley, Passed Away - Patch.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Club of Long Valley, where she developed many long-lasting relationships with her cherished “GC Friends”.Ever the hostess, she created as inviting a space in her home as she did in her gardens, ensuring that all were welcome, with each guest feeling like the most important person in the room. She always enjoyed a good party, and although she will no longer be able to attend in body, she has asked that her friends, family, and acquaintances reflect fondly on the many laughs that she enjoyed with each of you, while celebrating a life well lived.Our loss will be heaven’s gain, and we have no doubt that this angel will be caring for scores of cherubs, as she did in this lifetime. For 30+ years, Jacquie, later known simply as Yaya to many, provided a warm and loving environment for young children to learn and grow at her in-home business, known as The Hunny Tree. Her kindness and warmth was felt by many more families as she later shared her time and love, volunteering at many of the local elementary schools and pre-K’s.“I’ve watched the world through the eyes of a child, and seen nothing but beauty. And so, I am forever grateful for the daily gifts you have given me, and the words you have shared.”Visitation will be held from 9:30 – 11:30 am on Friday March 24, 2017 at Galloway and Crane Funeral Home, 101 South Finley Ave, Basking Ridge, NJ, with a memorial service immediately following.In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that donations be made to the following organizations:The gracious volunteers of the Long Valley First Aid Squad, who expertly cared for Jacquie and Keith with compassion and warmth in their times of need (https://www.lvfas.org/)The P.G. Chambers School, which has provided a loving environment for all children, including Hannah, to reach their highest potential, while serving as a leader in the field of special education and therapy services for 50+ years in Northern NJ. (http://www.chambersschool.org/giving-site/)Image via Dan Twomey Get free real-time news alerts from the Long Valley Patch.

Daniel Lilley, respected and tenacious Maine defense attorney, dies at 79 - Press Herald

Monday, March 27, 2017

Tucker said in an email. “Dan took his obligations to his clients very seriously, always making them a priority.”She said Lilley’s law firm in Portland “is dedicated to ensuring a smooth transition” for his clients. “In that spirit, the staff will be in the office tomorrow and personally reaching out to each client, assuring them that they continue to be a priority. He will be greatly missed by all of us.”Schwartz noted that another one of Maine’s leading criminal defense attorneys died last year. Peter DeTroy III, 68, of Portland died of cardiac arrest while riding his bike near his home.Lilley’s obituary was not available Sunday, but Bailey said Lilley’s family informed him that there will not be a traditional funeral service.“There will be some type of celebratory event down the road,” Bailey said.According to Lilley’s LinkedIn page, he graduated from the Boston University School of Law in 1967. He is the owner of the Daniel G. Lilley Law Offices, 39 Portland Pier, which is located on the Portland waterfront.Dennis Hoey can be contacted at 791-6365 or at:[email protected]...

He saddled up anyway: First of Texas Panhandle wildfire victims buried - Amarillo.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Nearby, two young boys in checkered button-ups and matching Levis set up the program in the dirt, anchoring it with small rocks and ensuring it wouldn’t fall over: their memorial.“Sloan set the bar pretty high, didn’t he?” a man standing above them said to another.For Liesl, Sloan set the bar as high as the Apostle Paul.Scarlett and her younger brother, Samuel, fell asleep each night to sweet hymnal lullabies from their father. The same would have been for their new child, still on the way.They said he never was a begrudging husband or father.Feeding the cattle every evening became “daddy time” for Scarlett; the children would even fall asleep on Everett’s lap while he plowed.Just a few weeks before his death, the Everetts shared their gratitude with a group from their church.“I’m thankful for Liesl and the good mom that she is to our children,” Everett told the gathering.But even outside of his home, Everett was known for his compassion for all God’s creation, his dedication to memorizing scripture and his service to others.Dying was not something Everett feared, according to Liesl. She knew he would say, “To live is Christ and to die is gain.” He believed the word of God.“A life is not measured by the number of days, but by devotion to God, God’s word and God’s family – the church,” Batson told the guests. “Sloan had a passion for God’s word, for doing things God’s way, for being unwavering – being fixed and steadfast in his faith.”OTHER RELATED STORIESFriends recall Sloan Everett, Cody Crockett and Sydney Wallace who died in the fire near McLean.Taken in their prime: Lipscomb fire victim recently learned of pending fatherhood Author of ‘Hank the Cowdog’ books loses ranch home to wildfireWildfires take lives, burn nearly 500,000 acres Looking back: 12 die in March 2006 East Amarillo Complex fires...

Tommie Ray Walsh (1944-2017) - Hays Free Press

Monday, February 20, 2017

He then went to work for the Martinez Corporation for 9 years, continuing his valuable work. As a photogrammetrist, Tommie was responsible for measuring and plotting elevations on photos for road construction. The upper deck of Interstate 35 was one of his many projects. Tommy loved to wear hats. When in the service, Tommie would where a cowboy hat wherever he went. Later it was replaced with a baseball cap. He was a talented woodworker, making wooden tanks and tractors. He wrote several books for adolescents and was a poet. He made great tacos and after trying to duplicate Rita’s hot sauce recipe, decided he would take over their family’s private hot sauce production, bottles of which are coveted by his children and grand-children. Tommie was preceded in death by his older sister, Betty Lou Walsh, whom passed away as a child, and his parents.Tommie is survived by his loving wife of fifty-one years, Rita (Bailey) Walsh; his son Brian Walsh and wife Amber; his daughter April Layman and husband Daniel; grandchildren: Tyler Walsh, Blake Walsh, Bennett Walsh and Archer Layman. He will also be missed by his sister Norma McCullough and brother James Walsh and wife Sharon as wel as numerous family members and friends.Friends and family are invited to Harrell Funeral Home 1715 Kirby, in Kyle Texas on Saturday, February 18th, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for a time of visitation. Please immediately join Tommie’s family at his funeral service to celebrate his life at 3:00 pm on Saturday, February 18th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 3751 Trail Ridge Pass, San Marcos, Texas 78666, followed immediately with a dinner reception. A private cremation will follow.Please visit www.Harrellfuneralhomes.com to share a fond memory, photograph, or condolence with Tommie’s family on his On-line memorial site.Funeral and cremation assistance provided by Harrell Funeral Home 1715 Kirby Lane, Kyle, TX 78640 (512) 268-8200...