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Chaney Reager Funeral Home and Crematory
443 South 2nd Street
Sterling , CO 80751
(970) 522-2111
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Logan County Sterling Coroner
330 South 2nd Street
Sterling , CO 80751
(970) 522-3544
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Sunset Memorial Gardens
16339 County Road 41
Sterling , CO 80751
(970) 522-0931
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Tennant Funeral Home and Crematory
330 South 2nd Street
Sterling , CO 80751
(970) 522-3544
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Ray Easterling, 62, of 1970s Atlanta Falcons’ Grits Blitz

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
ATLANTA (AP) — Ray Easterling, a former Atlanta Falcons safety who helped lead the team’s vaunted defense in the 1970s and later joined a high-profile lawsuit against the National Football League over its handling of concussion-related injuries, died on Thursday. He was 62. His wife, Mary Ann Easterling, declined to give a cause of death. But she said that after he left football, Easterling experienced depression and... (New York Times)

Norby R. Ortmann - Sturgis Journal

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Geraldine (Charles) Comden both of Sturgis; two sons, Leonard (Beth) Ortmann and James Ortmann both of Sturgis; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Kenneth (Ann) Ortman of Sterling Heights and Gerald (Nancy) Ortman of Bronson; two sisters, Rita Kolbelarz of Detroit and Irene Stack of Warren; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Thomas Ortmann; one great-granddaughter, Libby Fisher; one brother, Richard Ortman; and two sisters, Sylvia Visoccki and Virginia Ortman. The family will receive friends from 4-6 p.m. Saturday and 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Sunday at Hackman Family Funeral Homes — Rosenberg Chapel, 807 E. Chicago Road, Sturgis. The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. A funeral Mass celebrating the life of Norby R. Ortmann will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Holy Angels Catholic Church in Sturgis. The Rev. Father Richard Altine of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Hastings and the Rev. Father German Perez-Diaz of Holy Angels Catholic Church in Sturgis will officiate. A graveside committal will follow the service at Oak Lawn Cemetery in Sturgis where full military honors will be conferred by Captain John J. Kelley Post #1355 VFW and the U.S. Army Honor Guard. The family suggests those wishing to make a memorial donation in Mr. Ortmann’s memory consider the Holy Angels Catholic Church, 402 S. Nottawa St., Sturgis, MI 49091 or ...

Sterling motivates with his enthusiasm - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Aiken, marketing communications manager at Windstream Communications, has the enthusiasm of a 27-year-old and the long-term view of a philanthropist. Aiken attributes both mindsets to his boss, Dan Sterling. “He has a knack for figuring out what motivates people and then putting the extra energy into pushing them to achieve heights beyond what they originally set out to accomplish,” Aiken says of Ste...

Phyllis Irene McCabe ? Cresco, Iowa

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
She was preceded in death by her husband and parents, Phillip and Louise (Krueger) DeGreve, four sisters: Elsie Huntington, Genevieve Sjobakken, Malinda Peterson and Alice Stevenson and two brothers: Sterling Huntington and Elmer DeGreve, who died in infancyMemorials are suggested to the church or the recreation fund at the Care Center. (Post Bulletin)

American football: Moore saves Patriots to set up Giants rematch - The Independent

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Baltimore Ravens was a grim battle that the Patriots edged 23-20, thanks less to the offensive gifts of quarterback Tom Brady than the resolution of a newcomer defensive back, Sterling Moore, who knocked a potentially winning touchdown pass out of the hands of a Baltimore receiver with 22 seconds left. Then, on the verge of overtime, the Ravens missed a field goal that would have tied the game. "I sucked pretty bad today, but our defense saved us," Brady said. The Giants have peaked at the right time, outclassing the seemingly unstoppable Green Bay Packers in the divisional round, and then travelling to San Francisco to clinch the NFC championship on Sunday against the 4...

American football: Moore saves Patriots to set up Giants rematch - The Independent

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Baltimore Ravens was a grim battle that the Patriots edged 23-20, thanks less to the offensive gifts of quarterback Tom Brady than the resolution of a newcomer defensive back, Sterling Moore, who knocked a potentially winning touchdown pass out of the hands of a Baltimore receiver with 22 seconds left. Then, on the verge of overtime, the Ravens missed a field goal that would have tied the game. "I sucked pretty bad today, but our defense saved us," Brady said. The Giants have peaked at the right time, outclassing the seemingly unstoppable Green Bay Packers in the divisional round, and then travelling to San Francisco to clinch the NFC championship on Sunday against the 4...

Local residents remember the day Martin Luther King came to town - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Roy Lee had quit his job at Claussen’s in protest, said Bettye, and eventually he discussed the rumblings with Jesse Jackson, a friend and former Sterling High classmate. By then Jackson was moving in the same circles as King as head of the SCLC Operation Breadbasket program in Chicago. (Page 3 of 4) Jackson agreed to speak to King as well. “I once was a worker at Claussen's Bakery and I knew all of the workers there,” Jackson said, speaking by phone from Iowa. “I was anxious to bring him home.” Greenville was reeling at the time, struggling against longstanding traditions and civil change that was brewing around the country. Greenville’s civil rights landscape Greenville's civil rights landscape By 1967, many people had been working for years to transform the local legal and civil landscape. There was a march to integrate the Downtown Airport waiting rooms led by the Rev. James S. Hall, then pastor of Springfield Baptist Church; the series of sit-ins at the library; and numerous publicized and unpublicized sit-ins at public parks and lunch counters. Even after local NAACP president A.J. Whittenberg’s suit against the school district, and subsequent voluntary integration, local schools remained primarily segregated. King’s presence was a boon to the local movement, said Lottie Gibson, a longtime member of Greenville County Council who was active in the civil rights movement and participated in voter registration drives with the King family in Atlanta. “He was a beacon light of change, and people felt that his presence and the fact that we were uniting with him in his efforts, that we were unhappy with things that were happening in Greenville,” Gibson said. “Anytime you can bring a national leader for the purpose for which you are fighting, it spells something.” April 30, 1967, was a day of excitement for Garrett. He had friends from Charlotte, Atlanta and Columbia coming to see Dr. King’s afternoon speech. King arrived early and Watkins, Arnold & Shepherd Mortuary provided a car to carry him from a meeting with local leaders at Allen Temple AME Church to Greenville Memorial Auditorium. When King took the stage he looked out on a crowd of 3,500 people. The excitement was palpable, and Garrett knew something big was happening. “He could inspire people, black and white,” Garrett said, sighing at the memory. “And the truth I guess really penetrated.” (Page 4 of 4) In his booming, steady voice, King spoke about injustice and striving for personal betterment. He urged blacks to use “green power” to economically challenge the laws of segregation, and he urged people to get involved with voter registration drives. He celebrated the continued fight to integrate local schools. Garrett recalled him talking about “being the best you can be” whether you were a teacher or a street sweeper, and having pride in yourself. “It is time for a second Reconstruction in South Carolina,” King told the audience. “We knew that kind of message was what he needed to say, and we hoped he inspired people to do better,” Garrett said. “I think it did.” The effect The effect In 1969, the state Supreme Court ruled the voluntary school integration plan that had been in place was insufficient and ordered the district to submit a plan for desegregation. In January 1970, schools...

Jonathan Comey: 10 things we learned from the Patriots' 23-20 win over the Ravens - SouthCoastToday.com

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Mark Anderson played the entire game Sunday at outside linebacker — a position he'd never played before in the NFL — and got some significant pressure on Joe Flacco. Then there was Sterling Moore, an in-season pickup, who made the season-saving play on what would have been a game-winning TD pass to Lee Evans with seconds left. "It was just a split-second decision and it worked out," Moore said. "We do that drill every day in practice, but it was the first time I had to use it in a game." In addition, right guard Brian Waters has been an absolute rock on the offensive line, and recent unwanteds like James Ihedigbo, Kyle Love, Rob Ninkovich and Gerard Warren also kicked in contributions. 6. The Patriots' Achilles heel cost them, but not the game New England did a lot of things right en route to 14 wins in 17 games, but stopping the pass was not one of them. They got a decent amount of pressure, and forced more than their share of turnovers, but they also got gashed through the air on long passes. On Sunday, this weakness again put them at peril. The Ravens averaged 13.9 yards a catch and could have averaged more had some of Flacco's deep balls been more accurate. Bu...

Jonathan Comey: 10 things we learned from the Patriots' 23-20 win over the Ravens - SouthCoastToday.com

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Mark Anderson played the entire game Sunday at outside linebacker — a position he'd never played before in the NFL — and got some significant pressure on Joe Flacco. Then there was Sterling Moore, an in-season pickup, who made the season-saving play on what would have been a game-winning TD pass to Lee Evans with seconds left. "It was just a split-second decision and it worked out," Moore said. "We do that drill every day in practice, but it was the first time I had to use it in a game." In addition, right guard Brian Waters has been an absolute rock on the offensive line, and recent unwanteds like James Ihedigbo, Kyle Love, Rob Ninkovich and Gerard Warren also kicked in contributions. 6. The Patriots' Achilles heel cost them, but not the game New England did a lot of things right en route to 14 wins in 17 games, but stopping the pass was not one of them. They got a decent amount of pressure, and forced more than their share of turnovers, but they also got gashed through the air on long passes. On Sunday, this weakness again put them at peril. The Ravens averaged 13.9 yards a catch and could have averaged more had some of Flacco's deep balls been more accurate. Bu...

Jonathan Comey: 10 things we learned from the Patriots' 23-20 win over the Ravens - SouthCoastToday.com

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Mark Anderson played the entire game Sunday at outside linebacker — a position he'd never played before in the NFL — and got some significant pressure on Joe Flacco. Then there was Sterling Moore, an in-season pickup, who made the season-saving play on what would have been a game-winning TD pass to Lee Evans with seconds left. "It was just a split-second decision and it worked out," Moore said. "We do that drill every day in practice, but it was the first time I had to use it in a game." In addition, right guard Brian Waters has been an absolute rock on the offensive line, and recent unwanteds like James Ihedigbo, Kyle Love, Rob Ninkovich and Gerard Warren also kicked in contributions. 6. The Patriots' Achilles heel cost them, but not the game New England did a lot of things right en route to 14 wins in 17 games, but stopping the pass was not one of them. They got a decent amount of pressure, and forced more than their share of turnovers, but they also got gashed through the air on long passes. On Sunday, this weakness again put them at peril. The Ravens averaged 13.9 yards a catch and could have averaged more had some of Flacco's deep balls been more accurate. Bu...




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