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Dove Witt Family Mortuary

Dove Witt Family Mortuary
6630 South USHighway 85-87
Fountain, CO
Phone: (719) 390-4906
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One thing leads to another, like the mystery man on the hill - Richmond Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Masons, from Greenland’s icy mountains to India’s coral strand, where Africa’s sunny fountains roll down their golden sands, etc.“The services were begun by singing ‘Onward Christian Soldiers,’  Mr. W.S. Alnutt leading the singing, with Miss Benora Maddux presiding gracefully at the piano, after which prayer was offered by the pastor, followed by the singing of ‘Blest Be the Tie That Binds.’“Professor W.S. Drace then read the minutes of the preliminary meeting of the first Grand Lodge in London 1717 and the minutes of the occasion when four lodges met in the World’s metropolis on June 24, 1717.“The sermon of Rev. Aker was so good all the way through that The Missourian regrets that it is not here printed in full. The secretary of Richmond Lodge, Mr. Durward Brady, expressed the sentiments of all who heard it when he said to the writer, ‘I marveled at its excellence. It was the finest address that I ever heard on Masonry in all my life.’“Brother Aker said there are 2,000,000 Masons in the world, and his tribute to the order was as beautiful as it was true. He touched the spot in reference to those who manifest a desire to criticize the order, and it is a pity that a few who are so inclined could not have heard what he said in reference to criticism.“ ‘The only man who is not criticized by some individual in Richmond sleeps over yonder on the hill.’ he said, pointing in the direction of the cemetery.“It has been well said that ‘The best Mason makes the best Christian and the be...

Wiles-Smith founder's widow enjoyed 'a good life'

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
It was just a very busy place. People would meet there for lunch. It had a good lunch, a good soda fountain. Children would come there after school to get sodas and such," said Mrs. Wiles' daughter, Wanda Crowe. "You could sit down in a booth, visit with people." That atmosphere persists today, as the lunch counter still serves customers at what is billed as the city's oldest independent pharmacy. Even years after her husband sold his interest to Charles Smith, Mrs. Wiles herself still visited the store for lunch and prescriptions. In fact, until she got sick a few months ago, Mrs. Wiles still lived a full life, her family said. She didn't drive anymore, but she still went out to eat on a regular basis, still went shopping at Dillard's if they were having a sale, still made her famous cake. "She just didn't seem old," her granddaughter Vicki said. Just last September, when she turned 100, Mrs. Wiles welcomed friends and family for a celebration at her Midtown home. She said something then, amidst all the well wishes, that her family will likely draw on for comfort in the days to come. "It's a wonderful feeling -- wonderful," she said. "I've had a good life." In additio... (The Commercial Appeal)

Gary L. Biel — Seattle, Wash.

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
He was a good welder and worked at Boeing Airlines. He enjoyed reading books regarding nature and the environment.Survivors include his mother, Martha Biel, Spring Valley; one sister, Karen Biel, Fountain Hills, Ariz.; two brothers, Paul (Suellen) Biel, Fountain, N.C., and Robert (Eunice) Biel, Harmony; two nieces, Elizabeth Biel, Lanesboro and Jessica Biel, Wilmington, N.C.; and one nephew, Kevin (Kelly) Biel, Harmony. His father, Russell Biel, preceded him in death.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Granger, with the Rev. Kyle Jackson officiating. Internment will be in St. Matthew Lutheran Cemetery.The family prefers memorials to be given to the St. Matthew Lutheran Cemetery. (Post Bulletin)

Verne M. Schwab - Palladium-Item

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
American Legion and the Druids Lodge. Verne enjoyed hunting, especially turtle hunting, and trapping. Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Carolyn Alvey Schwab; son, Mike (Lori) Schwab of Fountain City; daughter, Christine (Bruce) Walters of Richmond; six grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Betty Weilenman of Cambridge City and Cleo Durham of Richmond; and brother, Conley Schwab of Lynn. He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Timothy R. Schwab; and brother, William E. Schwab. Visitation for Verne M. Schwab will be from 9 to 11:00 a.m. Monday, January 30, 2012, at Doan & Mills Funeral Home, 790 National Road West, Richmond. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday, Januar...

William 'Billy' Schmoll

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Stewartville, where he grew up, attended school and graduated from Stewartville High School. He was employed in construction for a short time and then was employed at Valley Design in Fountain for a number of years, currently as a machinist. Bill enjoyed reading about and studying history, fishing, riding motorcycle, watching movies and playing Xbox. He enjoyed making people laugh and was always pulling pranks on friends and family. He loved all his family and especially enjoyed being a grandson and uncle to his many neices and nephews.Surviors include his mother, Monica Hammill of rural Spring Valley; his father, Kevin Schmoll of Rochester; four sisters, Kristine (John) Spillers and Brienne of Mankato, Danielle (Kirby Dudley) Schmoll and Graesyn of Eagle Lake, Nancy (Brian) Paul and Kara, Sari, Elle, Abi, Caed and Zanna of Indianapolis, and Mandy Sample and Dylan, Nathan and Caleb ... (Post Bulletin)

Catherine Nutter - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Dorothea and four brothers, Ron, Pete, Tucker and Vernon Virts.Mrs. Nutter was employed for many years as a cook at Kemp's Restaurant in Keyser and was a member of the Fountain Independent Assembly of God Church.Surviving are her son, James J. "Joe" Nutter and wife Jean of Keyser; two grandchildren, Julie Anne Oliver of Tampa, FL and Jami Jo Jones of Cumberland, MD; six great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Also surviving are two brothers, John Virts and wife Virginia of Keyser and Stanley Virts and wife Susie of Baltimore, MD; five sisters, Alice "Sis" Hopkins, Anna Staggs, Mary Ingle, ArleneHott and husband Bob and Doris Davis, all of Keyser  and many beloved nieces and nephews.At Mrs. Nu...

Clifford D. Aarsvold — Hayfield

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Matthew (Heather) Aarsvold, Lansing, and Joseph (Rebecca) Aarsvold, Spring Valley; his mother, Joyce Bacon, Northfield; six brothers, David (Clara) Aarsvold, Dodge Center, Jack (Csilla) Aarsvold, Fountain Hills, Ariz., Thomas Aarsvold, Minneapolis, Daniel (Charlene) Aarsvold, Spring Valley, Theodore (Jill Anderson) Aarsvold, Spring Valley, and Mark Aarsvold, Austin, Texas; four sisters, Char (Al) Hamm, Orlando, Fla., Sharon (Bob) Gangloff, Northfield, Chris (Woody) Laughnan, Rocklin, Calif., and Reverend Becky (Rick) Senner, Oldham, S.D.; and seven grandchildren, Jackson, Shayla, Tristen, Dakota, Dallas, Kadence and Trenten.He was preceded in death by his father; two sisters, Patricia Lenton and Tamara Aarsvold; one brother, Steven Aarsvold; and one sister-in-law, Barbara Aarsvold.Blessed be his memory.Czaplewski Family Funeral Home in Hayfield is in charge of (Post Bulletin)

Closing of Sproule's 'a little sad' - Orangeville Banner

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Broadway every chance I get, whether it be to stop at a place like Korsten’s or eat at a favourite restaurant.   For me though, shopping in Orangeville’s downtown was never about facades or fountains or festivals. It was, and still is, a chance to deal with good people.  With the closing of Sproule’s there are a couple less of them now, and that’s just a little sad. Doug Harkness is a longtime member of the local business and volunteer community.  He takes a keen interest in local politics.

Dean Alan Schmitt

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. - Dean Alan Schmitt, 74, of Fountain City passed away Friday, Jan. 6, 2012, at his home. He was born March 7, 1937, at the home of his parents, Wilbert and Bertha (Bootie) Schmitt. Dean served our country as a member of the U.S. Army, serving from March 1957 until his honorable discharge in February 1959. Dean was married to Lorraine Schmidtknecht, and to this marriage, three c... (Winona Daily News)

Vernon G. Gunderson

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Glenn; mother, Rose; infant sister and brothers-in-law, Robert Cisewski and Alton "Putsie" Semling. Vernon was born April 5, 1934 in Chimney Rock, Wis., and later moved to Fountain City, where he met his loving wife, LaVonne (Grossell) of 54 years. They were married at St. John's Catholic Church of Winona on May 18, 1957. Vernon graduated from Fountain City High School in 1951 and worked in Onalaska, Wis., building dikes throughout 1952. He entered the U.S. Army in 1953, and served in Japan. A... (Winona Daily News)

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