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Accord Cremation and Burial Services
535 West Lambert Road Suite C
Brea , CA
(714) 529-9673
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Bea s Blossoms Flowers and Gifts
385 West Central Avenue Suite A
Brea , CA
(714) 990-1777
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Beckley Todd A PRES Memory Garden
455 West Central Avenue
Brea , CA 92821
(714) 529-3961
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Brea Mortuary
835 South Brea Boulevard
Brea , CA 92821
(562) 694-3974
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Gerald M. 'Jerry' Anderson

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Sons of Norway Midnatsolen Lodge #058 in Hibbing, a 50-year member of Mesaba Lodge #255 AF&AM, the Scottish Rite Bodies, the Aad Temple Shrine, and the Range Shrine Club. He enjoyed the ROMEO breakfast club, deer hunting, and many other activities. Jerry was a man of quiet, strong faith whose family was his first love and priority. Jerry is survived by his wife of almost 55 years, Elaine; son, Greg (Kris) Anderson of Hibbing; daughter, Jeannine (Bill) Bauman of Virginia; grandchildren, Joshua Anderson, Coreen Anderson, and Erika Bauman; sister, Ruby Lee of Vista, Calif.; brother, Leonard Anderson of Hibbing; sisters-in-law, Betty Peetz of Milaca and Carol Arseth of Sun City, Ariz.; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; siblings, Aggie Jordan and her husband Merritt, Walt Anderson and his wife Ida, Bill Anderson and his wife Senia, Vern Anderson and his wife Dorothy "Shorty," and Raymon... (Duluth News Tribune)

Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Circuit Judge Lynn Tepper, who practiced before Judge White in her first years as a lawyer. "It was very obvious that he was very alert to what was going on in the courtroom." Judge White had been breaking color barriers ever since graduating at the top of his class at Florida A&M University College of Law in 1959. He was invited to join the city's first black law firm working with Fred Minnis and I.W. "Ike" Williams, but decided to open a solo practice on 22nd Street S instead. "He had his own ideas and he just wanted to pursue that," said Kenneth Rogers, 71, Judge White's brother. He was soon joined by James B. Sanderlin, who would go on to become the first black judge in Pinellas County, and Frank Peterman. In 1961, Judge White and Sanderlin began research for a lawsuit against the Pinellas School Board that eventually banned segregated schools. The law firm dissolved after several years and Judge White joined the public defender's office, where peers knew him as unflappable and methodical. He defeated two other candidates to win the county judgeship, presiding over minor criminal cases, traffic cases and civil suits. In 1981, Gov. Bob Graham appointed him to fill a vacant circuit judgeship. "He appeared to have a tremendous grasp of constitutional law," Tepper said. "As a county judge, it appeared to me in retrospect that his talents were not well utilized, so it was a perfect fit for him to go on to the circuit bench." However, the stresses of trying criminal cases wit...

Former Memphian Judy Freudberg helped shape kids' TV and films

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Jim Henson, but Big Bird, Elmo and Fievel the Mouse. Judy Freudberg A native of Memphis and a 1967 graduate of White Station High School, Freudberg had been a staff writer for PBS' groundbreaking children's program "Sesame Street" since 1975. In that capacity, she earned 17 Daytime Emmys, shared with the program's other writers. But her impact on popular culture far exceeded her name recognition. Freudberg was a co-creator and head writer of the popular "Elmo's World" segment of "Sesame Street" that popularized the ticklish red Muppet that b... (The Commercial Appeal)

Detroit Lions' Jim Schwartz among NFL's biggest jerks, CBSSports ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
AP PhotoDetroit's Jim Schwartz gets a little animated on the sidelines. Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz can't catch a break in the public relations department, not even from a former high school's Mike Freeman put together a list of the NFL's "biggest jerks" and Schwartz came in tied for ninth/10th with San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh.Freeman wrote: "This is a tough one. Went to high school with Schwartz. Love him. Excellent coach, but his overreaction to a hard handshake from Harbaugh is...

Business Digest for Saturday, June 23, 2012 - MetroWest Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Camp takes place June 26 from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Bentley College, LaCava 325, 175 Forest St., Waltham. Pre-registration is required by June 25 at noon. The event, which includes complimentary breakfast, lunch and parking, is sponsored by M. Robinson & Co. and Eastern Bank. To register, visit and click on events calendar.Chamber offers information on health care co-opThe Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce holds a free informational sessi...

Birmingham's Michael Thompson shoots 66 to lead U.S. Open, Tiger ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
McIlroy shattered U.S. Open records last year at rain-softened Congressional when he reached double figures under par before he even turned in his second-round scorecard. He finished at 268 to break the 72-hole record by four shots, and his 16-under total was four better than Woods' mark at Pebble Beach in 2000.

BayBears back: 10 home games vs. Birmingham and Huntsville -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Suns. Mobile won its seventh series. It has lost four. The BayBears have a three-game lead in the South Division over Montgomery with 15 games left before the All-Star break. Team-wise, Mobile is hitting a next-to-last .234. Individually, however, outfielder Marc Krauss is ninth (.293) after hitting .323 over his last 10 games. He also leads the league in extra-base hits (30). He is tied for first in RBIs (37). Mobile is tied with Jackson with a league-leading 41 homers and has the top three home-run hitter...

Artist faces wreckage of NY tall ship, carved from 23 tons of New ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Street Seaport on Saturday morning to find his creation partially demolished and covered in boot prints, "about a size nine." "There were footprints all over the sand, and I was cursing under my breath," he said. "It was devastating — such a hard, sinking feeling after days of carving in the hot sun." Laughing at his own cheesy humor, the Staten Island resident added, "It took the wind out of my sails." He said he'd worried about leaving his work sitting outside on a Friday night near the bars in the district, but hoped a guard patrolling the area would keep it safe. On Saturday, Long was trying to reconstruct his vandalized creation — a promotion for his line of sand sculpting tools and for an exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum. "I'm trying to get my mind back into the groove." When completed, his creation will be 10 feet high and occupy a 20-by-20 foot space. The effort started Wednesday, when a truck hauled the tons of sand from the New Jersey shore to lower Manhattan. His mammoth tall ship, surrounded by sandy renderings of lower Manhattan buildings, was coming to life again by Saturday afternoon. "I know I'm going to pull it off," said Long, whose work worldwide has been featured on television's "Travel Channel." Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Alexandria and Arlington crime report - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
June 7. An assault was reported. An arrest was made. ROBBERIES Glebe Rd. W., 2:10 a.m. June 12. A robbery was reported. Washington St. S., 300 block, 10:34 a.m. June 9. A robbery was reported. THEFTS/BREAK-INS Armistead St. and Triadelphia Way, 2:28 p.m. June 6. A wallet was stolen from a vehicle. Beauregard St. N., 300 block, 8:29 p.m. June 6. A person asked to use another person’s iPod, then fled with it. Boyce Dr., 5500 block, 6:06 p.m. June 11. A theft from a vehicle was reported.

Alexandria and Arlington community events, June 21-28, 2012 - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Wednesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, through July 3, Cherrydale Library, 2190 Military Rd., Arlington. Free. 703-228-6330. Rosslyn farmers market, jelly, herbs, vegetables, fruit, pastries, bread and more, sponsored by Rosslyn Business Improvement District. 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; concert by Buster Brown and the Get Down, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., North Oak Street and Wilson Boulevard, Arlington. 703-522-6628 or “Art on the Edge,” all-media art by Washington area artists. Noon-6 p.m. Thursday and Sunday, noon-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Del Ray Artisans, Nicholas A. Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria. Free. 703-838-4827 or Artomatic festival, participation by more than 1,000 artists (visual, music, film, fashion and other genres) on 10 floors of a building; plus workshops, seminars and tours. Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, noon-1 a.m. Friday-Saturday, Vornado/Charles E. Smith’s, 1851 S. Bell St., Arlington. Free. 703-412-9430. “Native Ground” photographs, by Robert MacDonald. Noon-4 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, 1-4 p.m. Saturdays, through Aug. 5. Reception, 4-6 p.m. Sunday, the Athenaeum, 201 S. Prince St., Alexandria. Free. 703-548-0035 or Arlington Central Library plant clinic, gardening questions answered by Virginia Cooperative Extension master gardeners. 6:45-8:45 p.m. Thursdays, Arlington Central Library, 1015 N. Quincy St. Free. 703-228-6414. “Happy Endings” dance performance, by Jane Franklin Dance, dancers manipulate a kinetic sculpture under the Beatley Library rotunda, sponsored by the Alexandria Arts Commission and Public Art Committee. 7 p.m., Charles E. Beatley Library, 5005 Duke St., Alexandria. Free. 703-746-1702.

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