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Madden Funeral Home

Madden Funeral Home
306 Schuman Street
Foreman, AR 71836
Phone: (870) 542-7264
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Obit — Glen Ziegenfuss - Daily Ardmoreite

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
He will be remembered for saying “God Is So Good.” Glen was a man who unconditionally loved his wife, children and grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents; son-in-law, Harold Foreman, two children, Linda Townsend and Dewain Townsend; and grandchildren, Reece Foreman and Montana Ziegenfuss.Glen is survived by his wife, Elvira of the home; children, Deborah Lynn Jackson, Kim Gilham, Kathy Townsend, Vickie Foreman, Glenda Stewart and husband, Rocky, Glen Ziegenfuss Jr., Melissa Davis and former husband, Chris and Rachel Henry; 15 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and brothers, Gale Ziegenfuss and Frank Ziegenfuss.Serving as pallbearers will be Rocky Stewart, Christopher Davis II, Rocky Stewart II, Bobby Joshua Canada, Glen Ziegenfuss Jr., and Chris Davis.Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 this evening at Griffin-Hillcrest, Ardmore, Oklahoma.Condolences may be left at www.Griffin-HillcrestFH.com.

George ‘Herman' Ashford

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Marion to George Butcher and Nora E. (Jarvis) Ashford. He has spent most of his life in the Albany area. Herman served in World War II from 1943-1946. After his service he worked as foreman at Mallony Chambers Saw Mill in Albany, then as a carpenter in the Beaverton area, and eventually as Washington County building inspector until retirement. He married Daisy Sweeter on Aug. 10, 2002, in Albany. Herman was a member of First Church of God in Albany, Carpenter Union, and "Deadeye" member of the 97th Infantry Divisio... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Jeremy Norman Jackson - Tulsa World

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
American Red Cross for Emergency Response. He was proud of his record no accidents or injuries of his crew when he was a Safety Representative during a 2007 Turn-Around and a Step Up Shift Foreman. Son, we miss you already and we will love and miss you every day!! Funeral services will be Saturday February 4th at 10:00 AM at Floral Haven, 6500 South 129th E. Ave, Broken Arrow and burial on Monday February 6th at Memorial Park Cemetery. This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 2/3/2012.

Paul Lehman ? Rochester

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
United States Army from 1942 to 1945 and was stationed in the Pacific. Paul married Arlene Anderson on Dec. 17, 1949. Paul worked for the Rochester Post-Bulletin Company as Composing Room Foreman for 36 years and retired in 1988.Paul was a member of Mayo Clinic Legacy, Rochester Quarterbacks' Club, Friends of Mayowood, Olmsted Historical Society, University of Minnesota Alumni Association and Southeast Minnesota Hosta Society. He was a dedicated Minnesota sports fan and he loved to travel. He had a lifelong interest in space exploration, attending, reporting and photographing the launch of Apollo ... (Post Bulletin)

Forrest S. Herron ? Rochester

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Forrest Safely Herron was born Aug. 30, 1914, in Coon Rapids, Iowa, to Milton and Bertha (Johnson) Herron. He attended country school in Coon Rapids, Iowa. Forrest farmed and later worked as a foreman for the Green Thumb Project for the State of Minnesota. He resided in Claremont, Stewartville and Rochester. Forrest married Eva Schlaak in Comfrey, in Feb. 1945. She died in Dec. 1973. He married Catherine Frank in June 1983 in Rochester; she survives.Other survivors include a daughter, Idelle (Terry) Ma... (Post Bulletin)

Charles B. Alt - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Mabel Aldridge, Beulah Staggs and Ruth Fazenbaker and four brothers, Benjamin, Ira, Dayton and Robert Alt.Mr. Alt was retired as an electrician, craft trainer and foreman with theKelly-Springfield Tire Company with 30 years of service. After his retirement, he worked for Caron East in Cumberland and also was an instructor in electronics at the Mineral County Vocational Technical Center for 1 1/2 years. He attended the Cabin Run Wesleyan Methodist Church, was a US Army veteran of World War II and was a member of the Boyce-Houser Post # 41, American Legion, Keyser. Mr. Alt was one of the founders of the Fountain Volunteer Fire Department and was active in the early 1980's wi...

Charles B. Alt - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Mabel Aldridge, Beulah Staggs and Ruth Fazenbaker and four brothers, Benjamin, Ira, Dayton and Robert Alt.Mr. Alt was retired as an electrician, craft trainer and foreman with theKelly-Springfield Tire Company with 30 years of service. After his retirement, he worked for Caron East in Cumberland and also was an instructor in electronics at the Mineral County Vocational Technical Center for 1 1/2 years. He attended the Cabin Run Wesleyan Methodist Church, was a US Army veteran of World War II and was a member of the Boyce-Houser Post # 41, American Legion, Keyser. Mr. Alt was one of the founders of the Fountain Volunteer Fire Department and was active in the early 1980's wi...

Russell X Thompson believed in justice

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
Black lawyers were not allowed to then. Mr. Thompson died Thursday night of cancer. He was 84. Born during the Great Depression, Mr. Thompson's father was a stockyard foreman in San Antonio, his mother a housewife. The family was extremely poor, which is part of the reason Mr. Thompson dropped out of eighth grade and ran away from home, said his son. He wanted to get a job and make his own way. He worked on a ranch breaking horses until a horse broke him. He returned home injured but not defeated. He later married a woman named Martha. They had two sons and a daughter. Their son Russell Lee Thompson died in the Vietnam War at age 19 in 1968. Mr. Thompson and his family came to Memphis in 1962, where Mr. Thompson earned his law degree. "He was a stickler for abiding by the letter of the law," said his son, Tommy. Mr. Thompson's soft spot was for the working man and correcting injustice, which made him a perfect fit in Memphis in the 1960s. When a march led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. supporting striking sanitation workers... (The Commercial Appeal)

Herbert W. Weichert — Wasilla, Alaska

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
State of Alaska/Harborview Memorial Hospital in Valdez from 1973-1974 and for the City of Valdez/Public Works from 1974-1993. He retired as a Public Works Foreman from the City of Valdez in August 1993.Herbert was a Catholic and had enjoyed woodcrafts, fishing, archery and trapshooting.The family wrote: “Herb was a devoted brother, husband, father, grandfather to seven amazing grandchildren. Although he was father to only two, he was considered an adopted dad by many close friends. He never knew a stranger and was always willing to help anyone in need. He had an amazing talent working with wood and many of his woodcrafts are displayed in Valdez, Wasilla and throughout the state. He had wonderful work ethics and would never ask the City crew to do anything that he wouldn’t do first. At the time of his death he and his wife were raising their five year old granddaughter who enjoyed her grandfather’s stories and warm hugs; he was gentle but consistent in his demeanor with her. He will be remembered for his great smile, his wonderful humor, and his dedication to family and friends. He will be in our hearts forever.”Mr. Weichert was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents; mother, Ethel (Rector) Weichert; ne... (Post Bulletin)

Herbert W. Weichert — Wasilla, Alaska

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
State of Alaska/Harborview Memorial Hospital in Valdez from 1973-1974 and for the City of Valdez/Public Works from 1974-1993. He retired as a Public Works Foreman from the City of Valdez in August 1993.Herbert was a Catholic and had enjoyed woodcrafts, fishing, archery and trapshooting.The family wrote: “Herb was a devoted brother, husband, father, grandfather to seven amazing grandchildren. Although he was father to only two, he was considered an adopted dad by many close friends. He never knew a stranger and was always willing to help anyone in need. He had an amazing talent working with wood and many of his woodcrafts are displayed in Valdez, Wasilla and throughout the state. He had wonderful work ethics and would never ask the City crew to do anything that he wouldn’t do first. At the time of his death he and his wife were raising their five year old granddaughter who enjoyed her grandfather’s stories and warm hugs; he was gentle but consistent in his demeanor with her. He will be remembered for his great smile, his wonderful humor, and his dedication to family and friends. He will be in our hearts forever.”Mr. Weichert was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents; mother, Ethel (Rector) Weichert; ne... (Post Bulletin)




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