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Olinger Mortuaries and Cemeteries
Olinger Mount Lindo
Morrison , CO
(303) 697-2011
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Paul J. Feeley, public defender - Baltimore Sun

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Thomas Fowler and Chip Fowler, both of Bel Air; Timothy Fowler of Phoenix, Ariz., and Daniel Fowler of New Jersey; her daughters, Kathie Ladd and Michelle Morrison, both of Greenville, S.C., Janice Legin of Raleigh, N.C., Janinne Rodgers of Lutherville and Kelly Menzel of Timonium. Mr. Feeley is also survived by 11 grandchildren of his second wife, Anna, and 19 grandchildren of his wife, Joan. Text NEWS to 70701 to get Baltimore Sun local news text alerts ...

Ronnie Montrose, Hard-Rock Guitarist, Dies at 64

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Calif. He was 64. The cause was complications of prostate cancer, said his agent, Jim Douglas. In the early 1970s Mr. Montrose was a journeyman studio guitarist in California, playing on Van Morrison’s albums “Tupelo Honey” and “Saint Dominic’s Preview,” as well as with Herbie Hancock, Boz Scaggs and others. He was also on the Edgar Winter Group’s album “They Only Come Out at Night,” displaying in songs like “Free Ride” and “Frankenstein” the power chords and guitar theatrics that would become his signature. He formed Montrose in 1973 with the bassist Bill Church, the drummer... (New York Times)

Ernest Luther Metz - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Church, and a member of the former Barton Lodge #94 I.O.O.F., where he was the longtime caretaker of Laurel Hill Cemetery, Moscow Mills.  He was also instrumental in the revitalization of theMorrison Cemetery, Mill Run.  Luther was an avid outdoorsman, and enjoyed hunting and mushroom gathering.  He never met a stranger and enjoyed conversation with anyone.He leaves behind his wife, Norma J. (Symons) Metz, a son, Ernie Metz and wife Jane of Swanton, a daughter, Nancy Radcliffe of Keyser, WV, two brothers, Samuel A. Metz JR of Barton, Paul Metz of Baltimore, and a sister, Virginia Carol Spiker of Camp Hill, PA.  He is also survived by a granddaughter, Megan Pope and husband Billy of Keyser, WV, two great grandchildren, Tate Riggleman and Zane Pope, and numerous nieces and nephews.The family will receive friends at the Boal Memorial Chapel, Barton, onTuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM.  The Barton Hose Company will hold a  memorial service at the Boal Chapel on Tuesday at 7:00 PM. A funera...

Ward Leon Seybold - Daily Herald

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at Joseph Scott Morrison Jr., 76, formerly of Sarasota, Florida, passed away on Thursday, February 16, 2012 in Provo, Utah. A full obituary may be viewed at Mildred Louise Earl Gardner, age 95, of Provo, passed away February 17, 2012. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, February 24, 2012 at the Grandview 18th Ward Chapel, 1260 West 1150 North, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, Thursday evening from 6 until 8 and at the church Friday from 9:3...

Obit — Warren Wood - Daily Ardmoreite

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Ardmore and OU sports, watching old westerns and spending time with his family. He was a devoted husband, daddy and granddaddy.He is survived by his loving wife, Lucille; three daughters, Kathy Morrison of Denton, Texas, Nancy Byrd and husband, Roger of Wylie, Texas, and Trudy Cunningham and husband, Chris of The Woodlands, Texas; four cherished granddaughters, Casey Cunningham of Dallas, Texas, Emily Byrd of Dallas, Texas, Amy Hopper and husband, Chris of Ardmore, Okla., and Jenny Cunningham of Denver, Colo.; and many nieces and nephews.Pallbearers will be Dr. Gary Floyd, Aaron Weast, Jim White, Roger Watkins, Phil McAnally, Gary Cummings, Terry Cummings and Bill Brady.Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church of Ardmore, Okla., or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at

Una Mulzac, Harlem Bookseller With a Passion for Black Politics, Dies at 88

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Sylvia’s restaurant and endured into the era of Starbucks and Old Navy. People came from all over Harlem and beyond to buy books there, whether by well-known authors like James Baldwin and Toni Morrison or by little-known conspiracy theorists. The store harked back to an earlier generation of politicized Harlem bookstores, particularly Lewis H. Michaux’s African National Memorial Bookstore, a mainstay on West 125th Street for 42 years, until 1974. Mr. Michaux proudly advertised it as the “House of Common Sense and the Home of Proper Propaganda.” “Anyone interested in race has to come here,” he said in 1961. (Lewis’s brother, Oscar, is regarded as the first major African-American feature filmmaker.) Apart from the outdoor book vendors on 125th Street, Ms. Mulzac’s store became the literary destination in Harlem for a later generation of people “interested in race.” Shariff Simmons, a musician and poet, once called it U.C.L.A., for University on the Corner of Lenox Avenue. (Lenox Avenue is also known as Malcolm X Boulevard.) As both Ms. Mulzac’s health and the condition of her store deteriorated, she worked less and less, and the store ground to a halt around 2007. Her family donated its complete stock to Hue-Man, now Harlem’s principal bookstore, on Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Both bookstores and others like it have been living rebuttals of false preconceptions about Harlem. “No one else thought a community like ours needs a bookstore,” said Marva Allen, Hue-Man’s chief executive. “The unfortunate thing is that we just keep coming one by one, instead of expanding.” Una Mulzac was born on April 19, 1923, in Baltimore and moved to the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn as a little girl. She graduated from Girls High School, where she ran track, and got a secretarial job at Random House, where she became interested in publishing. She moved to Guyana, then known as British Guiana, around 1963 to start a bookstore and to work for the party of Cheddi Jagan, a revolutionary Marxist. (New York Times)

SARAH B. FURNAS, HEALTH-LITERACY PIONEER | Philadelphia Daily News | 2012-01-06 - Philadelphia Daily News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
January 06, 2012BY JOHN F. MORRISON, 215-854-5573 HAVE YOU ever pondered the obscure prose of a medical pamphlet or instructions on a a pill bottle and tried to understand what they were getting at? After all, if you can't comprehend the meaning of disease descriptions and ways to cope with them, or how to take your medicine safely, you could be in serious trouble. That's where the Health Promotion C...

From football stardom, 'Wildcat' quickly faded to obscurity - HeraldNet

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Grange.As a designated team owner, Wilson had limited success. One man he tried desperately to sign but couldn't get into the fold was a tall, menacing runner from USC named Marion Morrison. Nicknamed "The Duke," Morrison passed up a chance to play pro football and instead went into acting, a trade that served Morrison well after he changed his name to John Wayne.In 1927, with NFL salaries beginning to rise, Wilson signed with a team known as the Providence Steam Roller for $500 per game. He ended up playing three seasons, along with his older brother, Abe, and was twice among the league leaders in touchdowns. In 1928, his second year in the league, Wilson helped lead the Steam Roller to an NFL title.But 1929 would be his final year of professional football. The reasons have not stood the test of time. Perhaps injuries caught up with him. Or maybe a pair of teammates turned him on to a new passion in a different kind of arena. What seems clear even decades later is that Wilson didn't manage his finances well, forcing him into a series of jobs away from the gridiron.While with the Steam Roller, Wilson played with a former Olympic gold medalist wrestler named John Spellman as well as a man named Gus Sonnenberg, who went on to win a world title in professional wrestling in 1929. Whether those two men influenced Wilson is not known, but he eventually joined the wrestling circuit.Under names such as The Wildcat and Bone Crusher, Wilson worked as a professional wrestler in his late 20s and early 30s. That career took him across the country, to Canada, and even to Australia, where he wrestled professionally but later learned he was not allowed to take his earnings out of the country. He...

High school football rankings: Ardmore moves into 5A rankings at No. 7 -

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Christian (7), 10-1 8. Lindsay (9), 9-2 9. Frederick (10), 10-1 10. OCS (NR), 9-2 Class A 1. Woodland (1), 10-0 2. Thomas (2), 11-0 3. Minco (3), 11-0 4. Wayne (4), 10-1 5. Wynnewood (5), 10-1 6. Morrison (6), 9-2 7. Foyil (7), 8-3 8. Ringling (8), 7-3 9. Texhoma (9), 7-4 10. Hominy (NR), 6-5 Class B 1. Caddo (1), 11-0 2. Davenport (2), 11-0 3. Kiefer (3), 10-1 4. Fox (4), 10-1 5. Gans (5), 10-1 6. Laverne (6), 10-1 7. Welch (10), 10-1 8. Seiling (NR), 9-2 9. Wetumka (8), 8-3 10. Pond Creek-H...

Rhonda Tunison ? Hayfield

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Christgau of Austin, Connie (Al) Rempke of Colorado, Linda Brazell of Colorado, Mara Ruff of Colorado, Robin (Dennis) Stenzel of Delavan, Kathy (Glen) Goodell of the Twin Cities and Didi (Rick) Morrison of Austin; brothers, Bob (Kathy) Lewis of Claremont, Wain (Paulette) Lewis of Austin and Tom (Joyce) Lewis of Rochester; step-mother, Cathy Lewis of Austin; and special friends, Frosty Miller, Jan Duncan, Louise Lingbeck, Carol Earl, Joann Unger and LaVonne Dearmin.She was preceded in death by her mother, Mina Asmus; father, Robert Lewis; husband, John Tunison; and friend, Del Lingbeck.Rhonda has asked for no public funeral service. A private family service will be held at a later date.The Worlein Funeral Home of Austin is in charge of arrangements.Condolences may be expressed to the family online at (Post Bulletin)

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