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Catholic Cemeteries Diocese of Orange
7845 East Santiago Canyon Road
Orange , CA 92869
(714) 532-6551
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Cementerios Catolicos Deosessis de Orange
7845 East Santiago Canyon Road
Orange , CA 92869
(714) 532-6551
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Cremation Society of Orange Coast
333 City Boulevard West Suite 1700
Orange , CA 92868
(714) 938-3222
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438 East Katella Avenue Suite G
Orange , CA 92867
(714) 973-1900
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Eternity Cremation and Burial Service
438 East Katella Avenue Suite G
Orange , CA 92867
(714) 771-5900
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Eternity Pre Need Arrangement Information
438 East Katella Avenue Suite G
Orange , CA 92867
(714) 973-1400
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Ferrara Colonial Mortuary
351 North Hewes Street
Orange , CA 92869
(714) 639-2711
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Hepburn Industries
310 West Katella Avenue
Orange , CA 92867
(714) 538-4140
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Jacksonville plans to bid for football national title game - St. Augustine Record

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The semifinal games will be incorporated within the existing BCS bowl structure and be played, on a rotating basis at either the Rose, Sugar, Fiesta or Orange Bowls, around Jan. 1. The championship game would be on the Monday following the first weekend of NFL wildcard playoffs. The plan will be submitted to the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee June 26 in Washington D.C. for final approval.

Fred H. Boatwright Jr. -- Lexington - The Times and Democrat

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Cemetery. The family will receive friends Monday, June 4, 2012, from 6 until 8 p.m. at Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington Chapel. Memorials may be made to Lexington Baptist Church or The Orangeburg Part-Time Players, PO Box 1291, 1141 Russell St., Orangeburg, SC 29115. Mr. Boatwright passed away on Saturday, June 2, 2012. Born in Lexington, he was the son of the late Fred H. Boatwright Sr. and Vanoy Williams Boatwright. He was retired from the City of Orangeburg DPU, for 39 years, serving 17 years as Manager. Mr. Boatwright was a Vietnam vet and served ...

Birmingham Festival Theatre serves up another effective 'Last Hotel ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bull Connor, who seems to be losing his grip on reality. As reporter Sugarfoot and Freedom Rider Angel, Evan Miller and Sayo Orange are welcome additions to Lydia's hotel. DETAILS What: “The Last Hotel for Women” Where:Birmingham Festival Theatre; 933-2383 When: Through June 30 Bottom line: Review gets four out of five stars What this production doesn't have that 1996's did is Randy Marsh as Bull Connor, a very tough act to follow. Marsh's Connor had a full arc -- fierce and ferocious at the beginning, with hints of what was to come. At times, you even felt sorry for Marsh's Connor, despite monologues filled with hate. James Ward's Connor is much less subtle. It's pretty clear where Connor is headed from the moment he comes on stage. That doesn't mean Ward isn't effective; he's just different. And try as they might, it's going to be hard for folks who saw the 1996 production to not compare him to Marsh. Mindy Wester Egan and Jim Neel have created a set that sure looks like it could have existed in 1961 Birmingham, and Barbara Sloan's costume design is appropriate for the time period, too. BFT and Miller have made a wise choice to close out the season. "The Last Hotel for Women" is a special show, particularly for Birmingham audiences, and though it's set in 1961, its themes are no less important today. And no less challenging, either.

Patrick Shovelton -

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Whitehall colleagues for the Independent. He was appointed CMG in 1972 and CB in 1976, and was an officer of the Netherlands’ Order of Orange-Nassau. Patrick Shovelton married, in 1942, Marjorie Manners, with whom he had a daughter. They divorced in 1967, and the following year he married the 23-year-old Helena Richards, daughter of the author Denis Richards. As Dame Helena Shovelton, she chaired the Citizens’ Advice Bureaux from 1998 to 2001. Patrick Shovelton, born August 18 1919, died January 20 2012 ...

Kentucky Wildcats top NCAA basketball tournament field - Greenville News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
SUBHED Like Kentucky, Syracuse made its path to the top line seem easy. Only Notre Dame on Jan. 21 and Cincinnati last week in the Big East tournament quarterfinals tripped the Orange, who will play North Carolina Asheville on Thursday in Pittsburgh. The Orangemen do not have an All-American but succeed with balance. Senior Kris Joseph averages a modest 13.8 points, and sophomore Dion Waiters, one of the best sixth men in the nation, 12.6. Players seem unaffected by the report from Yahoo sports last week that at least 10 players tested positive for banned substances in the past decade. That includes the 2002-03 team when Syracuse won a national title under Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim. Syracuse acknowledged an ongoing NCAA inquiry into possible violations of the school’s athletic drug policy. (Page 3 of 3) In a different case, Boeheim is being sued for defamation by two men he had criticized for bringing allegations of child sexual abuse against a longtime assistant the school eventually fired. As those events unfolded, the players never blinked. They have outscored opponents by an average of 14.2 points. Syracuse’s biggest weakness is its rebounding, an area in which North Carolina and Michigan State excel. UNC has twin towers in Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Tyler Zeller, who is 7-0, and 6-11 John Henson Zeller averages 16.2 points and 9.2 rebounds; Henson 13.8 points, 10.1 rebounds and nearly three blocked shots a game. UNC lost Sunday’s ACC title game to Florida State 85-82, as because Henson missed the game with a sore left wrist. North Carolina coach Roy Williams said he expects Henson to return Friday against Lamar or Vermont. Duke, a No. 2 seed in South, also missed a key player over the weekend. Forward Ryan Kelly missed the ACC tournament because of a sprained right foot. Neither Duke nor Ohio State, a No. 2 seed in the East, should be counted out of making a deep tournament run. Kansas, the Big 12 regular season champ, is a strong No. 2 in the Midwest behind All-American Thomas Robinson and point guard Tyshawn Taylor. Missouri’s Tigers, with a new coach in Frank Haith and only seven scholarship players, issued a reminder that they are in the midst of a memorable final season in the Big 12 (they will head to the SEC in July) by beating Baylor for the league tournament title. “Some people would say we’re small,” senior Kim English said. “I say we’re fast. Some people would say we don’t have depth inside. I would say we have most efficient big man in the country (in Ricardo Ratliffe).” As for those who question whether a team with a short-handed roster can muster the stamina to reach the Final Four, English said, “Words are irrelevant. We can shoot.” ...

Donald M. Payne, First Black Candidate Elected to Congress From New Jersey, Dies at 77

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
House did Mr. Payne, then a city councilman, have his opportunity and achieve his 14-year ambition, easily defeating his Republican opponent in the general election, Michael Webb of East Orange, by a vote of 83,520 to 13,511. “Nothing is as powerful as a dream whose time has come,” the victorious Mr. Payne said . “Sometimes a political leader is marching a little in front or a little behind the people, but once in a while the marcher and the drumbeat are in exactly the same cadence, and then, finally, good things happen.” In his 1986 primary campaign, the Rev. Jesse Jackson made an appearance on his behalf. Mr. Payne said he had decided to run because he believed a largely black district was entitled to be represented by one of its own, and he wanted to be a role model for young people. After his 1988 victory, Mr. Payne said he was aware of how Mr. Rodino had been a source of pride for Italian-Americans during his 40 years in Congress. He said he wanted to play the same role for blacks. President Obama issued a statement saying that Mr. Payne had “made it his mission to fight for working families.” Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey called Mr. Payne “a great role model for every person in New Jersey who aspires to public service.” In Congress, Mr. Payne was a low-key and unassuming presence who nonetheless made a mark in a number of areas, including education and global affairs. A former teacher, he played a role in advancing policies that sought to make college more affordable. He led efforts in Congress to cut interest rates on Stafford loans for college students and increase the size of Pell grants, need-based grants of as much as $5,500 a year. Mr. Payne had a deep interest in global matters too. As a member o... (New York Times)

Lethal Combination of Drugs and Alchohol - Manila Bulletin

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
By DR. FLORANGEL ROSARIO BRAID MANILA, Philippines — The last time I got a prescription from a doctor, I asked if it was okay, if I still took my usual wine at dinner and she said that it was. Actually I have a book at home which has this sort of information in it but I like to remind doctors of the importance of telling a patient whether or not they can have an alcoholic beverage while taking a prescribed...

A half-century later, man seeks details of father's death in Tampa -

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Workman who ended up in the water. Wicks and a witness, Burnett Albert Peters, then 36, were jailed on drunkenness charges. A small funeral was held and Workman was buried in an unmarked grave in Orange Hill Cemetery. • • • What Christlieb gathered about his father suggested a man at odds with himself. On one side was an adoring husband and amiable friend who worked hard and did what he could to help others. On the other, a troubled alcoholic whose demons created an abusive home life for his wife and children. "Despite most of what I've been told and learned, I believe deep down that Bob was probably a decent man," Christlieb said. "He just had a lot of problems, mostly brought on by his drinking as well as whatever demons he was dealing with, possibly from childhood." Christlieb, an editor at the Dallas Morning News, plans to write a book about his efforts to learn more about his birth family. He suspects that his mother gave him up to protect him from his father. They were divorced by the time he was born. His siblings never even knew of his existence until he tracked them down. • • • Christlieb talked with owners of the Orange Hill Cemetery and located the spot where his father is buried. He hopes to visit it. He talked with Bill Hodgin, 86, a Bradenton man who was onboard the Seastar, the boat that pulled Workman's body to shore. Hodgin had been vacationing with his wife and two friends aboard the charter vessel. Christlieb tried to find relatives of Wicks and Peters, both deceased, or others who knew the two men who were with his father when he died. He also found the Rev. Babb Adams, 83, of Inverness who was called upon to preside over Workman's funeral service. Adams remembered the service, Christlieb said. It stood out because no family or friends came. Christlieb wants to know more. He has combed through the police report of his father's death, absorbing each detail. He has searched records for names that were mentioned and scoured online databases for information on anyone who might still be alive and know something about Robert Workman's death. What drew his father to Florida? Was his death really an accident? "There is a certain part of me th...

Obituary for Blondine Nash

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
She was a member of Greater Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church where she was a choir member, served on the Mother Board and was a former member of the Willing Workers Club. She retired from Orange Grove Center.She was preceded in death by her father, Jab Ellis; mother, Evelyn Hilt Sims; husband, Charles Nash Sr.; sons, Frederick Ellis and Kerry Nash; aunt, Christine Calhoun.Survivors include one son, Adrian (Roberta) Ellis; one daughter, Tanya Nash Anderson both of Chattanoo... (Chattanooga Press)

Jim Riddle: The rush is on!

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
April, however. By the way, I drove to Lewiston yesterday. As I turned from Hartwood Drive onto Hwy. 43, I got behind one sand truck, traveling at 70 mph, and was followed by another. Both had orange sand dribbling off their sides and back ends, and both seemed to be in a big hurry. Yes, the rush is on. Let's slow down and be thoughtful. It is in all of our best interests. (Winona Daily News)

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