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EDO Miller and Sons Funeral Home Inc

EDO Miller and Sons Funeral Home Inc
3321 Glynn Avenue
Brunswick, GA 31520
Phone: (912) 265-3636
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Obituary for ARNER

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Betty Ann Arner; son, Michael Arner and wife, Dasha of Albuquerque; daughter, Rebecca Brown and husband, Dennis of Boston, MA; grandchild, Caden Brown; brother, Russell Arner of Brunswick, OH; sister, Janet Gray and husband Ron of Broadmax, VA; and friends. He was an alumna of Davis and Elkins College in W. VA, where he received his degree in electrical engineering. He gained a master's degree at the Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton, OH. He was an active member of St. Luke Lutheran Church, New Mexico Trout Fly Tiers, and Habitat for H... (Albuquerque Journal)

Trenton High boys basketball aims to end long drought - The Times of Trenton - NJ.com

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Trenton High (19), and with seven state group titles, only Camden and Elizabeth/Thomas Jefferson have won more (9). As Trenton begins play in the NJSIAA tournament Feb. 27 at South Brunswick, it will again seek the Group IV title it has not won since that 1961 season — 51 years ago.The Tornadoes have also not reached the finals since 2003, when they lost to Teaneck.“We’ve had some close calls, some near misses,” said Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, a 1984 Trenton High graduate who played football, baseball and wrestled for the Red and Black. “But it is surprising we’ve only won seven, and (none) since 1961.” Trenton has reached the group semifinals seven times since 1961, among the losses being to Neptune by three, Triton by three, Camden by three and Camden again in overtime. Four other times it lost before the semis to the eventual champions. In addition, early elimination came against Westfield (59-54 in 1963), Hillside (59-56 in ’64), Neptune (63-62 in ’74; 61-58 in ’76) and Bridgewater-Raritan (74-70 in ’92; 42-41 in ’98; 50-47 in ’01). Last year it was knocked out in the opening round by North Brunswick, 62-61.More recent losses in the tournament have included lopsided scores, like losing to Atlantic City by 21, Pennsauken by 2...

Dr. Warren B. Ballard, Jr. - LubbockOnline.com

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
Kansas State University. His earned his doctorate in wildlife science from the University of Arizona. On June 7, 1995, Warren married the love of his life, Heather Whitlaw in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Dr. Ballard was a Texas Tech Horn Professor and the Bricker Chair in Wildlife Management. A Horn professorship is the highest honor a faculty member can receive from the university. "Horn Professors are a testament to the quality of our academics because they represent the very best of our faculty," said Guy Bailey, Texas Tech president. Warren was the Editor-in-Chief of the Wildlife Society Bulletin, an international scientific journal for wildlife scientists. In 2009, Ballard was awarded the Outstanding Research Award from Texas Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, and the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society in 2007. He was named a Wildlife Society Fellow by the National Wildlife Society in 2005, and was presented the Chancellor's Council Distinguished Research Award at Texas Tech in 2002. He was presented a special service recognition award from the Wildlife Society that same year. In 1989, Warren was honored by his peers with the Distinguished Moose Biologist award. Prior to joining the Tech faculty in 1998, Dr. Ballard worked as a research supervisor with the Arizona Game and Fish Department. He also served as director and associate professor with the New Brunswick Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of New Brunswick (Canada). Warren spent 18 years as a wildlife biologist and research scientist with Alaska Department of Fish and Game. His ground-breaking research on predator-prey relationships, wolf ecology, and ungulate populations is still widely recognized. Family and friends of Dr. Warren B. Ballard, Jr. will gather to celebrate his life at 2 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 19 2012) at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers (6025 82nd St.) in Lubbock. Information is available at http://www.memorialdesigners.net/obituaries/Warren-Ballard/.

Dorothy May Hearrell

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
May Hearrell, 89, of Scio died Tuesday at her home. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, at Steele Funeral Home, 5050 Mount Solo Road, Longview, Wash. Dorothy was born in New Brunswick, N.J., to Russell and Grace Reid. She came to the Pacific North-west in the 1960s, and settled in Longview and Castle Rock, Wash. She was a waitress for many years and then spent her time loving and raising her children, gr... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Pat Passlof, Abstract Expressionist Painter, Dies at 83

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
But her geometry is almost always fluid and off kilter — lines disappear, reappear and go quietly askew — which lends her work a sense of buoyancy. Patricia Passloff was born in Brunswick , Ga., on Aug. 5, 1928. She parted company with the final “f” of her surname early in her career, after she finished a painting only to discover she had left insufficient room for a full signature, her sister and only immediate survivor, Aileen Passloff, said in an interview on Tuesday. She studied with de Kooning at Black Mountain College in North Carolina and earned a bachelor’s degree from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. In the late 1940s she moved to New York, where she took private instruction from de Kooning. Ms. Passlof, who was a longtime faculty member of the College of Staten Island, has work in the collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington and elsewhere. Though her art was rooted in abstraction, Ms. Passlof did not shun representation. Some years ago, intent of painting the human figure, she hired a model. It was then she discovered she could not paint legs — at least not the kind that came two to a set — to her own satisfaction. She resolved to concentrate on more-than-two-legged creatures. The result was a noteworthy, hauntingly allegorical series featuring centaurs. (New York Times)

Former Oxford Worker Dies at Age 47 - Patch.com

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Priscilla Palmer in 2009, and is survived by his father, Victor Palmer, and his sister Gail Palmer, both of Peekskill, NY.  He is also survived by his brother, James Palmer of North Brunswick, NJ, his niece Elena Gavrielatos of Lawrenceville,GA, and his nephew Billy Gavrieltatos of Holiday, FL.  In addition to many extended family members, several longtime close friends are left to mourn his passing, especially Steve Uveges of Pennington, NJ.  Michael will be forever remembered as the quintessential “life of the party” and his loss will be felt by all who knew and loved him for many years to come. A private Memorial Service was held at Hillside Cemetery in Cortland Manor, NY on October 18, 2011. Memorial donations made be made in Michael’s memory to the charity of one’s choice.

Mary Mitchell Scott (AUGUSTA, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Survivors are one son, Edward Scott, Jr., Augusta; daughters, Veronica Scott Johnson, Elizabeth Scott (Michael) Haynes, Sally Scott Yingomone, Hephzibah, Mattie Scott, Augusta, Mary Malinda Scott, Brunswick, GA; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; three aunts, Viola Brightharp, Frances Brighthop, Trenton, SC, Aremelia M. Bell, Brooklyn, NY; and a host of cousins and other relatives. Please sign guest book at www.wmsfh.net . Williams Funeral Home, 2945 Old Tobacco Road, Hephzibah, GA Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-October 4, 2011 ...

Mary Mitchell Scott (AUGUSTA, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Survivors are one son, Edward Scott, Jr., Augusta; daughters, Veronica Scott Johnson, Elizabeth Scott (Michael) Haynes, Sally Scott Yingomone, Hephzibah, Mattie Scott, Augusta, Mary Malinda Scott, Brunswick, GA; eleven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; three aunts, Viola Brightharp, Frances Brighthop, Trenton, SC, Aremelia M. Bell, Brooklyn, NY; and a host of cousins and other relatives. Please sign guest book at www.wmsfh.net . Williams Funeral Home, 2945 Old Tobacco Road, Hephzibah, GA Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-October 4, 2011 ...




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