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Allen and Dahl Funeral Chapel
2655 Eureka Way
Redding , CA 96001
(530) 243-1525
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Patience Abbe, Child Chronicler of Travels, Dies at 87

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Richard described it, and they never made a movie. Ms. Abbe, who died on March 17 in Redding, Calif., at 87, was by all accounts the predominant narrating voice of “Around the World” and its sequels, “Of All Places!” (1937) and “No Place Like Home” (1940). Her death was confirmed by her daughter Shelley Rogé. All the books were collections of observations by the three children, as dictated to their mother, the former Polly Shorrock of the Bronx, who was a Ziegfeld girl when she met her future husband in 1921. But it was the hyperarticulate Patience who defined them, dazzling critics with observations about bus-riding Parisians who surrender their seats to women with children, “no matter how first the others were”; about her restless father, “a very poor businessman, but he never does anyone any harm”; about street fighting in Berlin, where “the Communists wore black shirts and were very tough, and the Nazis wore brown shirts and were also very tough.” Herschel Brickell, the literary editor of The New York Post, recalled meeting Patience years earlier while visiting her parents in Paris. Her “frank and fresh and naïve and consistently delightful” observations, he wrote in his review of the book, made one thing obvious to him. Despite their three bylines and their mother’s help, Brickell wrote, “it was she” — Patience — “who was the real author.” Her surviving brother, John, 85, a retired California state labor offici... (New York Times)

Blues singer Etta James dies at 73 - Newsday

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
James, who died at Riverside Community Hospital, retired from recording in 2011, after releasing her final album "The Dreamer" in November, featuring her hard-hitting takes on everything from Otis Redding's "Cigarettes and Coffee" to Guns N' Roses' "Welcome to the Jungle." "I wish to thank all my fans who have shown me love and support over all these years," James said in a statement accompanying the album's release. "I love you all." She is survived by her husband, Artis Mills; two sons, Donto and Sametto, who played in James' backing band; and four grandchildren. Accolades for Etta James Etta James was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. James won a 1994 Grammy for best jazz vocal performance for "Mystery Lady: Songs of Billie Holiday." She won a Grammy in 2003 for best contemporary blues album for "Let's Roll," as well as a special Grammy for lifetime achievement. She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2003. In 2004, James picked up another Grammy for best traditional blues album for "Blues to the Bone." User rating: 4 (16) Click to rate ...

Mack, Willoughby, Faro - La Grande Observer

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Pat; three children and their spouses, Jeffery Geist of Rainier, Donna and Charles Thomas of Gresham and Jonathan and Deanna Geist of Victor, N.Y.; her sister, Joey Hastings and spouse, Ron Lute, of Redding, Calif.; her uncles, Bob Luke and Tommy, Billy, Dale and Donny Luke; 13 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and 35 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Gowdy; her mother and step-father, Grace and Oscar Wieszorek; a second step-father, Rudy Mosqueda; and Ruby Wieszorek, the second wife of Oscar Wieszorek, who cared for Margaret like a step-mother. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in care of Loveland Funeral Chapel, 1508 Fourth Street, La Grande, OR 97850. The Observer publishes free obituaries as a community service. Obituaries are edited to fit news guidelines. Photos are encouraged. Paid space is available for families who would like to include more information. Daniels-Knopp Funeral, Cremation & Life Celebration Center posts unedited obituaries at www.danielsknopp.com, and Loveland Funeral Chapel & Crematory posts obituaries at www.lovelandfuneralchapel.com.

Flick: After Black Friday, sign gets it right! - Bloomington Pantagraph (blog)

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Mat-thew Rettick, of Washington, married recently, thus producing the headline - Otis-Rettick - there were those who wondered if they'd met "... sittin' on the dock of the bay ..." Long live, Otis Redding. • Got an item for Lite? Send to: Flick Lite, 301 W. Washington St., Bloomington, 61702, or by e-mail. Our December board of contributors: Marcia Scherr, Fairbury; Pat Karst Smothers, East Peoria; Cathy Ferme and Bob Dennison, Normal; Jim Tobin, Farmer City; Jim Raymond, Hudson; Bev Gale, Marty Vanags, Gary and Carolyn Bourret, Matt Kubiak, Mike Egenes, Lee Templeton, Julie Dennis, Jake Cashen and Jeff Zwadlo, Bloomington. Bill Flick at flick@pantagraph.com.

Stax star J. Blackfoot dies

Sun, Dec 4, 2011
Someone told me he could sing, and he was at this place across the street from the (Stax) studio and I went over to take a listen to him, and I got him to sing along with the jukebox, to an Otis Redding song," said Porter. Porter and his songwriting partner, Isaac Hayes, initially tried recording Mr. Blackfoot as a solo artist. "But then we thought to capture some of the same energy we'd had with Sam and Dave," says Porter, "but we decided to incorporate a male and female dynamic." Porter and Hayes teamed Mr. Blackfoot up with Norman West, Anita Lewis and Shelbra Bennett, to form the Soul Children. Mr. Blackfoot's earthy vocals would power memorable tracks like "Give 'Em Love," and the group scored 15 R&B hits during its decadelong run. Following the demise of Stax in 1976, the band recorded a pair of albums for the Epic label before breaking up. In 1983, Mr. Blackfoot launched a solo career, scoring a chart success the following year -- both in the U.S. and the UK -- with the song "Taxi." Over the last two decades, Mr. Blackfoot remained busy, recording nearly a dozen solo albums, performing at various Stax-related functions, re-forming the Soul Children for the 2008 album Still Standing, and most recently appearing as part of Porter's musical revue last summer. "He was a person who was at home on stage, he was an entertainer and a true one," said Porter. "He was a tremendous talent; he had a signature all his own. When you would hear him, you would know it was him instantly." Memorial arrangements are pending. -- Bob Mehr: (901) 529-2517 ... (The Commercial Appeal)

Les Daniels, Historian of Comic Books, Dies at 68

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Aeschylus’ “Oresteia” to William Peter Blatty’s “Exorcist.” Leslie Noel Daniels III was born on Oct. 27, 1943, in Danbury, Conn., to Eva and Leslie Daniels Jr., and grew up in Redding, Conn. He received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brown University; the subject of his master’s thesis was the horror author H. P. Lovecraft. It all might not have happened, Mr. Daniels’s sister said, had his mother not thrown out his comic book collection when he was 9. “Even at that age he knew to a certainty that comic books would be his career,” Ms. Manning, a child psychologist, said. “Why do moms throw out comic books? I’ve been trying to figure it out all my life.” ... (New York Times)

Dana Nichols Hansen

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Glasgow in 1981. She earned a degree in cytotechnology from the University of North Dakota.Dana worked in several labs over the years including; Bismarck, N.D.; Billings; Redding, Calif.; Bozeman; and most recently Corvallis; Mont.On Jan. 20, 1996, Dana married William Hansen in Glasgow. She enjoyed music, games, family, watching Nascar and football with Bill and their two dogs, Basil and Pepe, and she was a devoted auntie. Dana is survived by her husband, Bill Hansen, of Albany; her father, Arden, and his wife, Myrlee Nichols, of Glasgow; brothers, Bryce and his wife, Lorraine, Nichols of Lastre, and Harlan and his wife, Colleen, Nichols of Billings; sisters, Allison Nichols of Glasgow, Beth and her husband, H... (Lewistown News-Argus)




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