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Hornbeak Funeral Chapel 24 Hour Obituary Information

Hornbeak Funeral Chapel 24 Hour Obituary Information
302 Carr Street
Fulton, KY 42041
Phone: (270) 472-1234
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Marcia Sue Brosh Lewis - Newport Independent

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Texas, passed away Monday, March 19, 2012.  She was born Oct. 6, 1941, in Covington, Ky, to Charles Brosh and Ruth Proctor Brosh.  Marcia was raised in Newport, and attended William Woods College in Fulton, Mo.  She moved to Houston, Texas in 1969 and raised her family.  Marcia began her career in nursing in the Houston and Baytown areas and finished her career with Dr. Edward Leahey.  She enjoyed crafts, sewing, scrapbooking, collecting do...

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
CLASS AAA Upper State Southside 66, Wade Hampton 60 SOUTHSIDE (66): Anderson 2, Jawun Evans 28, Burton 7, Qua Copeland 15, Sloan 1, Young 2, Pinson 4, Velverton 6. WADE HAMPTON (60): Shun Fulton 14, Megik Henderson 10, Brian Steele 22, Cousar 8, Anderson 3, Bickley 3. Half: WH 30-28. Records: Southside 18-9, WH 20-8. Lower State Hartsville 60, Lower Richland 46 CLASS AA Upper State Newberry 75, Lee Central 44 NEWBERRY (75): Wilson 9, Booker 9, M. J. Wise 10, Reeder 7, Kahdem Braylow 16, Jalin Alexander 11, Lindsay 4, Miller 9. LEE CENTRAL (44): Moses 9, Wicks 9, Howard 3, Hill 3, L...

Community calendar - Keokuk Gate City Daily

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Square, 500 Messenger Road, Keokuk, is seeking a special use permit to construct an addition.Keokuk School District union negotiations – 4:30 p.m., Torrence Elementary School conference room, 1721 Fulton St. Agenda includes the district’s opening proposals for new contracts to KEA and UE.Soup Kitchen – 5 to 6 p.m., God’s Way Christian Center, 1629 Des Moines St., Keokuk.Warsaw City Council meeting – 6 p.m., City Hall, 210 N, Fourth St., Warsaw, Ill.Gamblers Anonymous meeting – 6:30 p.m., ADDS facility, 1340 Mount Pleasant St., Burlington. This program is for people experiencing ...

Josephine Booth-obit - Hope Star

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
Turner Thompson.She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, David and James; husband, Duffie Day Booth; daughter, Mary Ellen Booth; and son-in-law, Kelly White.Mrs. Booth graduated from Fulton High School. She received her bachelor's degree in education from Henderson State Teacher's College. Most of her teaching career was at Blevins High School.For 63 years she was a dedicated member of the First Presbyterian Church of Hope where she taught Sunday school, sang in the choir, and took an active part in women's ministry.She is survived ...

Profile in courage - Macon Telegraph (blog)

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
They could have been in Chicago by now. They came up here knowing for sure they would be sent back to jail and possibly back to the work camp.” Fortunately, they were sent to Fulton County’s jail. The warden at the camp, R.T. Bridges, when asked about the allegations of mistreatment said, “A nigger will tell a lie. Let ‘em investigate. Send the governor. I’m ready for him.” Interesting side note. Maddox, invited seven inmates that had escaped from the Bibb County jail to come see him. “I want them to come in, too. It’s dangerous to be out.” So what did Thelma Hill’s act of faith and courage accomplish? For all of Maddox’s faults, he cleaned up the state’s penal system and appointed the first African American department head. Take a guess at what agency? The Department of Corrections. Maddox appointed more African-Americans to government positions than any previous governor, including the first black GBI agent and state trooper -- and ordered state troopers to stop using the N-word and “boy” when addressing African-Americans. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say the governor’s epiphany was inspired by Thelma Hill, who went on to become the Rev. Thelma Hill-Perrymon, who at the time of her death, had 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. I’m sure the family is proud of this warrior who, as her obituary stated, “peacefully entered into the arms of her savior. Aug. 10, 2011.” We should be proud that she called Macon home, too. P.S. I’d like to thank the Rev. Henry Ficklin for bringing this wonderful story to my attention. I’m richer for it. Charles E. Richardson is The Telegraph’s editorial page editor. He can be reached at (478)744-4342 or via e-mail at crichardson@macon.com. Copyright 2011 . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Profile in courage - Macon Telegraph (blog)

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
They could have been in Chicago by now. They came up here knowing for sure they would be sent back to jail and possibly back to the work camp.” Fortunately, they were sent to Fulton County’s jail. The warden at the camp, R.T. Bridges, when asked about the allegations of mistreatment said, “A nigger will tell a lie. Let ‘em investigate. Send the governor. I’m ready for him.” Interesting side note. Maddox, invited seven inmates that had escaped from the Bibb County jail to come see him. “I want them to come in, too. It’s dangerous to be out.” So what did Thelma Hill’s act of faith and courage accomplish? For all of Maddox’s faults, he cleaned up the state’s penal system and appointed the first African American department head. Take a guess at what agency? The Department of Corrections. Maddox appointed more African-Americans to government positions than any previous governor, including the first black GBI agent and state trooper -- and ordered state troopers to stop using the N-word and “boy” when addressing African-Americans. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say the governor’s epiphany was inspired by Thelma Hill, who went on to become the Rev. Thelma Hill-Perrymon, who at the time of her death, had 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. I’m sure the family is proud of this warrior who, as her obituary stated, “peacefully entered into the arms of her savior. Aug. 10, 2011.” We should be proud that she called Macon home, too. P.S. I’d like to thank the Rev. Henry Ficklin for bringing this wonderful story to my attention. I’m richer for it. Charles E. Richardson is The Telegraph’s editorial page editor. He can be reached at (478)744-4342 or via e-mail at crichardson@macon.com. Copyright 2011 . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Joshing on the menu for retiree group [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio] - Insurance News Net (press release)

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Toledo Museum of Art together. Mr. Levison says several Romeos grew up together in the Old West End and attended Fulton School and Scott High School. Others graduated from DeVilbiss, Macomber, or Rogers, and some moved to this area after graduating from high schools out of state, or in Mr. Weisberg's case, out of the country; he's from Canada. When asked if the group elects officers, the response from Mr. Bry- wczynski is "Oh, golly no." How exclusive is this group? Are there membership requirements? "You walk in, you show up, and you're in," says Mr. Shall. At the end of each luncheon, Mr. Sherman, who is the unofficial leader and charter member, suggests where to have lunch next, and then a vote is taken. Do they tip the servers well? "Yes, we give them tips ... don't bet on the horses," says Mr. Shall. Rim shot. Romeos haven't, but perhaps they should, run some numbers. Mr. Cooper estimates they have "hundreds" of kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids. Years married? Perhaps 500 or more. Several Romeos have been married a half-century or longer. They share common interests, such as traveling. Some travel extensively; others not so much, and they list names of places they have been, towns they have toured -- Maumee, Perrysburg, Bono. If the Romeos ever want to go back to work, might we recommend careers at a comedy club? "We joke around. We pick on each other. We're an interesting group. Surprisingly, we all get along," says Mr. Callif. And that's why they look forward to Wednesdays, their luncheon day, until a voice calls out "Romeo, your table is ready." ___ (c)2011 The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) Visit The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) at www.toledoblade.com Distributed by MCT Information Services ...

Earnest Ladd - Adrian Daily Telegram

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Funeral services for Ernie Ladd will be Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, at 11 a.m. at the Prattville Community Church with the Rev. Martin Bacalia officiating. Interment will follow at the Tedrow Cemetery in Fulton County, Ohio. The family will receive friends for visitation Sunday from 3 to 8 p.m. at the Eagle Funeral Home in Hudson.Memorial contributions are suggested to Gideon’s Bibles or the Prattville Community Church. To view this obituary and send condolences, visit www.eaglefuneralhomes.com.

Keystone XL Pipeline Hearings in Lincoln on Tuesday - Sand Hills Express

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Winston encourages everyone to voice their opinion either by contacting your senator or the U.S. State Department and stated “every voice counts”.  Senator Tony Fulton of Lincoln urged the State Department to move the pipeline's route east and stated "Pay heed to the people of Nebraska, and pay heed to the land of Nebraska, particularly the Sandhills, for there is no other place on earth like it".   KCNI/KBBN will report from a Press Conference in Atkinson on Thursday.  ...

Earnest Ladd - Adrian Daily Telegram

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Funeral services for Ernie Ladd will be Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, at 11 a.m. at the Prattville Community Church with the Rev. Martin Bacalia officiating. Interment will follow at the Tedrow Cemetery in Fulton County, Ohio. The family will receive friends for visitation Sunday from 3 to 8 p.m. at the Eagle Funeral Home in Hudson.Memorial contributions are suggested to Gideon’s Bibles or the Prattville Community Church. To view this obituary and send condolences, visit www.eaglefuneralhomes.com.




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