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107 West 6th Street
Lebo , KS 66856
(620) 256-6522
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Peter J. Colavecchia, had open-heart surgery in ’72

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Largo, Fla., for about 17 years before eventually selling the Florida home and returning to Niagara Falls full time. Mr. Colavecchia was an avid tennis, racquetball and shuffleboard player. Surviving is his wife of 61 years, the former Constance Verciglio; a daughter, Paulette Queler; a sister, Ann Worley; and a brother, Joseph. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Vincent DePaul at St. Leo’s Church, 2748 Military Road, Niagara Falls. (The Buffalo News)

Ben Gazzara, Actor of Stage and Screen, Dies at 81

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Prisoner,” he played the possibly duplicitous boss of an inventor who has come up with a valuable idea. Wearing a slick white suit, he was a producer of pornographic movies in the Coen brothers’ “Big Lebowski” in 1998. In Spike Lee’s “Summer of Sam” in 1999, he was a mobster. Beginning in the early 1980s Mr. Gazzara spent substantial stretches of time acting in movies in Italy, where he had a villa in Umbria. He appeared in Marco Ferreri’s 1981 adaptation of Charles Bukowski’s “Tales of Ordinary Madness”; “Il Camorrista” (1986), directed by Giuseppe Tornatore; and Stefano Mignucci’s “Bandits” (1995). “You go where they love you,” he said in a 1994 interview with Cigar Aficionado, explaining his work in Italy. Mr. Gazzara had parallel careers on the stage and in television. His first significant stage role was as a two-faced bully named Jocko in “End as a Man,” about life in a Southern military academy. Developed at the Actors Studio, it opened on Broadway in 1953. “Jocko is attractive, clever and alert on the surface, but evil at the core,” Brooks Atkinson wrote in The Times, “and Mr. Gazzara’s acting perfectly expresses this ambivalence.” Then, in March 1955, came “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” in which he played the alcoholic son Brick to Burl Ives’s Big Daddy in the Tennessee Williams classic, with Barbara Bel Geddes as Maggie. Elia Kazan directed. The play ran till November 1956, but Mr. Gazzara left the cast early to take another Broadway role, in “A Hatful of Rain,” which opened in the fall of 1955. He played a dope addict named Johnny Pope, and the performance earned Mr. Gazzara a a href="http://www.nytimes.com/pages/theater/theaterspecial/index.html?inline=nyt-classifier"... (New York Times)

Goodbye to the Kodak we all remember fondly - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Kodak has coincided with the development of scores of small high-tech firms that have transformed a company town into a very diverse workplace. True, but as Peter Applebome wrote Monday in The New York Times business section, there's a downside. Twenty-five years ago, Kodak, Xerox and Bausch + Lomb employed 60 percent of the area workforce; today, it's 6 percent. The Rochester metro has more jobs today (503,200) than it had in 1980 (414,400) when 60,000 people worked for Kodak. But while there's job growth, wages here are somewhat below the national average, Applebome wrote, not well above the average as they once were. We're not alone, but our living standards are in sharp decline. How could we not be in mourning? We're grieving the Kodak Phil Argento, 74, of Hilton remembers. A Marshall High three-sport athlete, he signed a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team and went off to the Cardinals' rookie league in Alabama in 1962. He remembers facing an 18-year-old future major league Hall of Fame pitcher named Bob Gibson. "The first pitch was right under my chin," he says. But he hit the second pitch right back through the middle of the infield. Argento still believes he could have played in the major leagues, but in that first summer, his father ran off with another woman and Argento returned to help his mother, who was devastated. He was on unemployment when he got a night job perforating film at Building 58. Soon after, while playing fast-pitch softball for a team sponsored by a tuxedo shop, Argento hit a home run to beat a Kodak team. The next day he was given a better job, a day job, and urged (strongly) to play for Kodak. "When I got the uniform," he says, "I felt like I was playing for the Yankees." (Page 3 of 3) "We all loved working at Kodak," he says. The job was his ticket to many more years of playing ball, and afforded him opportunities for regular advancement and raises. Eventually he became an air-conditioning technician. He retired after 30 years. "I got a career; my mom got better," he says. "If you did good work, your brothers, your sisters — they all got jobs, too." That Kodak — the one with as many recreational programs as job titles, the one that took care of people all their lives, the one that was family — is dead. It started its steady decline in the mid-1980s. We have lost something real, and something important, no matter Kodak's future. We will never be the same.

Juanita "Nita" Brothers - The Coloradoan

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Homer, Alaska, Cheryl McDonald-Pugh (Mark) of Loveland, Clay McDonald (Kim) of Omaha, Neb., Cressa Brzezinski of Colorado Springs, and step-son Mike Brothers (Cathlynn) of Clyde, Texas; sisters, Sue Slebos (Chris) of Yuma, Ariz. and Charlotte Hudgens of Kalamoth Falls, Ore.; grandchildren, Will (Vanessa), Rochelle (Ben), Silas (Cathy), Rebekah, Sarah, Lea (Greg), Treava (Joe), Michelle, Laura, Matthew, and Ian; great-grandchildren, Alissa, Savannah, Ashley, Zoe, Julia, Bethany, Lily, Josalyn and Aiden; and her devoted dog, Tinker. She was preceded in death by her parents, Kathryn Ross and Harold Eads; wonderful in-laws Tom and Thelma Haggard of Pampa, Texas; her brother, George Eads of Garden Grove, Calif.; and most recently her beloved granddaughter Taite Pugh of Loveland, Colo. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Diane Medgyesy and her staff and the folks of Pathways Hospice. A Memorial Gathering will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 14, 2012 at Resthaven Reception Center. Inurnment Houston National Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to Elder Pet Care c/o Dr. Tracey Thomas in Fort Collins or Pathways Hospice. Family and friends may view the online obituary at www.resthavencolorado.comand sign the guestbook .

Juanita "Nita" Brothers - The Coloradoan

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Homer, Alaska, Cheryl McDonald-Pugh (Mark) of Loveland, Clay McDonald (Kim) of Omaha, Neb., Cressa Brzezinski of Colorado Springs, and step-son Mike Brothers (Cathlynn) of Clyde, Texas; sisters, Sue Slebos (Chris) of Yuma, Ariz. and Charlotte Hudgens of Kalamoth Falls, Ore.; grandchildren, Will (Vanessa), Rochelle (Ben), Silas (Cathy), Rebekah, Sarah, Lea (Greg), Treava (Joe), Michelle, Laura, Matthew, and Ian; great-grandchildren, Alissa, Savannah, Ashley, Zoe, Julia, Bethany, Lily, Josalyn and Aiden; and her devoted dog, Tinker. She was preceded in death by her parents, Kathryn Ross and Harold Eads; wonderful in-laws Tom and Thelma Haggard of Pampa, Texas; her brother, George Eads of Garden Grove, Calif.; and most recently her beloved granddaughter Taite Pugh of Loveland, Colo. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Diane Medgyesy and her staff and the folks of Pathways Hospice. A Memorial Gathering will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 14, 2012 at Resthaven Reception Center. Inurnment Houston National Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to Elder Pet Care c/o Dr. Tracey Thomas in Fort Collins or Pathways Hospice. Family and friends may view the online obituary at www.resthavencolorado.comand sign the guestbook .

Juanita "Nita" Brothers - The Coloradoan

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Homer, Alaska, Cheryl McDonald-Pugh (Mark) of Loveland, Clay McDonald (Kim) of Omaha, Neb., Cressa Brzezinski of Colorado Springs, and step-son Mike Brothers (Cathlynn) of Clyde, Texas; sisters, Sue Slebos (Chris) of Yuma, Ariz. and Charlotte Hudgens of Kalamoth Falls, Ore.; grandchildren, Will (Vanessa), Rochelle (Ben), Silas (Cathy), Rebekah, Sarah, Lea (Greg), Treava (Joe), Michelle, Laura, Matthew, and Ian; great-grandchildren, Alissa, Savannah, Ashley, Zoe, Julia, Bethany, Lily, Josalyn and Aiden; and her devoted dog, Tinker. She was preceded in death by her parents, Kathryn Ross and Harold Eads; wonderful in-laws Tom and Thelma Haggard of Pampa, Texas; her brother, George Eads of Garden Grove, Calif.; and most recently her beloved granddaughter Taite Pugh of Loveland, Colo. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Dr. Diane Medgyesy and her staff and the folks of Pathways Hospice. A Memorial Gathering will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 14, 2012 at Resthaven Reception Center. Inurnment Houston National Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to Elder Pet Care c/o Dr. Tracey Thomas in Fort Collins or Pathways Hospice. Family and friends may view the online obituary at www.resthavencolorado.comand sign the guestbook .

Delbert Charles Klima - Oskaloosa news

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Apache Junction, Arizona. He had a deep faith in the Lord and attended the Gateway Church of the Nazarene in Oskaloosa. He loved his family and enjoyed games of Fast Track and Shuffleboard with his family and many friends. Some of his favorite pastimes was helping his friends diagnose computer problems and listening to Polka music. He is survived by his wife of 55 years: Beverly Klima of Oskaloosa; a daughter: Pam (Nick) Heinz of Woodstock, Illinois; two sons: Paul Klima of Ottumwa and David (Laura) Klima of Fremont; 7 grandchildren: Cara Cunat and Wade Cunat of McHenry, Illinois, Nicholas Heinz IV and Jorie Heinz of Chicago, Illinois, Troy (Brynn) Cunat of Middleton, Wisconsin, Cody Klima and Tyler Klima of Fremont, Iowa; two great grandchildren: Kohl Lohmeyer and Leah Cunat of McHenry, Illinois. He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant brother: Harold Klima. A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 31, 2011, at 1:30 p.m. at the Gateway Church of the Nazarene in Oskaloosa with Reverends Dave Childers and Ralph Sprunk officiating. As was his wish, his body has been cremated. Visitation will be held at the Gateway Church in Oskaloosa on Saturday, December 31 from 12:00 noon until service time at 1:30 p.m. with the family present at the church from noon until service time to greet friends and relatives. No burial is planned at this time. Bates Funeral Chapel is in charge of the arrangements. Memorials may be made to the Hospice Serenity House in Oskaloosa, the Senior Center in Oskaloosa or the Gateway Church of the Nazarene in Oskaloosa. Share this Oskynews.org story Posted by ...

People person finds passion in blood collecting - My West Texas

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
United Blood Services. She supervises day-to-day operations of the blood-donating clinic and jumps in to collect blood from donors on a daily basis. Gray's career in blood collecting started with a phlebotomy class in Odessa to help with her part-time job at an area clinic. Previous classes are not necessary for employees at United Blood Services, where they receive on-the-job training. Gray began working at the blood center in Midland as a mobile technician in April 1997, drawing blood from donors who come to the center's buses. The hours of these employees can fall anywhere between 4 a.m. and 7 p.m. "It's a lot of work," she admitted. "A lot of heavy lifting of the equipment." By August of her first year, Gray was promoted to work at the United Blood Services donation center at Midkiff Road and Loop 250. She worked as an apheresis technician, which gave her...




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