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Midway City Government Midway Cemetery
Spring Station Pike
Midway , KY 40347
(859) 846-4304
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Rowena M. Guderian ? Eyota

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
University of Minnesota’s Medical School of Anesthesia, graduating in 1943. During her anesthesia career, she was at Owatonna City Hospital, St. Paul Midway and Riverview hospitals.She was a member of Faith United Methodist Church in Eyota.After retirement in October 1977, she volunteered at United Hospital, Red Cross, church, School District 197 and the Senior Citizens Organization. She enjoyed fishing, sewing, needle point, knitting and reading. She traveled extensively; Australia was her favorite country.Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 20, at Hoff Funeral & Cremation Service in St. Charles, with the Rev. Mark Woodward officiating. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery in Dover. Visitation will be at 10 a.m. until the time of the service.Please share a memory of Rowena and sign her online guestbook at www.hofffuneral.com. (Post Bulletin)

Milestones marked 2011 as great year - Madisonville Meteor

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Corrine Brassel signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Navarro College at the Madisonville CISD administration building. Jan. 24 – The burn ban in Madison County was lifted. Jan. 31 – Midway’s city council approved an ordinance that effectively bans outdoor burning in the city at times when a Madison County burn ban is ongoing. Obituaries – Billy Rand Presley, Nawvis Mathis, Vera Lee “Bobbie” Jones, Jacob Aaron Harry, Wilson Glenn “Steve” Stephenson, Willie Vaye (Senesac) Rivers, Inez May, Lettie Pearl (Hopkins) Stegall Bolding, Cecil Karr, Wyvonne Davis McCloud, Clyde N. Copeland, Herbert A. Stewart Sr., Ronald “Ronnie” Eugene Jackson, Luther Lois Adams. February Feb. 1 – Travis Neeley took over as Madison County sheriff, a post he held from 1988-97. Feb. 2 – Fire broke out at Madisonville Mayor Terri Creel’s house in the early morning hours. Madisonville Fire Chief Thom Jones said a breaker box shorted out and burned through the wall. There were no injuries. Feb. 2 – John Davis, a Republican candidate for president of the United States, stopped in Madisonville during a campaign stop. Feb. 4 – Approximately 1-2 inches of snow in Madison County was recorded by the National Weather Service. School was canceled at both Madison County districts. Feb. 9 – Wanda Herrera, a Madisonville resident, celebrated her retirement of 23 years as a clerk for the Texas Department of State Health Services during a celebration at the Woodbine Hotel & Restaurant. Feb. 14 –...

Lips to swim for Hoosiers - Greenville News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
It was gorgeous up there, and I got along with the team. That made it a really easy decision.” Lips was born in South Bend, moved to Logansport a couple of years later and migrated to the Upstate midway through kindergarten. She became an integral member of both the Riverside and Y-Spartaquatics Swim Club teams. “She’s a good kid, not only as far as swimming goes, but she’s a good student-athlete,” said Riverside coach Eddie Hughes, who has led the Warriors’ girls team to to eight state championships. “We’ve had a few pretty good swimmers at Riverside, and I’d say she’s the best girl we’ve ever had.” Lips established numerous South Carolina short-course age-group records, and she’s the YMCA short-course national record holder in the 100-meter butterfly. She competed in the 2008 Olympic Trials and in the World Junior Championships in Lima, Peru, in August. She has qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 butterfly, the 200 and 400 freestyle and the 400 individual medley. “We have not had anybody from YSSC swim a...

The Salt Lake Tribune - Android Apps

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
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The Salt Lake Tribune - Android Apps

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
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Carson

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Steve Sullivan, Harry Weed, and Gerald Blacketer.Mr. Carson was born Oct. 25, 1939  in Odessa to Edward Haskell Carson and Bertha LaVerne Paulette Carson. He was a member of New Way Country Church in Midway, a member of Princedale Country Club, a member of Men’s Prayer Breakfast at the First Baptist Church. He was an accountant for Pilgrims for over 20 years, served in the Air Force, and graduated with a BA at UT Arlington.He is survived by his three daughters and two sons-in-law, Karen and Wayne Jacobs of Longview, Sheri Carson of Garrison, Jennifer and Kevin Poe of Pittsburg; eight grandchildren; and a brother-in-law, David Jones of Lagarto.He was preceded in death by his wife, Janet Sue Carson; and his parents.The family will receive friends between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at Erman Smith Funeral Home. The family has requested that memorials be made to New Way Country Church, 878 FM 593 Gilmer, Texas, and Crossroads Cemetery 200 Highland Street Pittsburg, Texas 75686.Online... (Daily Tribune)

Former pastor sentenced in molestation case - NewsOK.com

Thu, Oct 27, 2011
He also pleaded guilty to a single count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, an automobile. He will serve a 20-year prison sentence and 15 years probation. Pitts, former pastor of Midway Assembly of God near Fairview, was accused of molesting three girls ages 8 to 12. He is awaiting transfer to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. He must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. Related Topics: Crime, Criminal Sentencing and Punishment, Trials, Child Abuse, Probation and House Arrest, Criminal Trials, Sexual Offenses, Criminal Assault, Scandals, Church Abuse Scandals, Crime and Law NewsOK has disabled the comments for this article. See our commenting and posting policy. Search for obituaries Search millions of obituaries in thousands of newspapers.www.ancestry.com GOLD STOCK to watch! The best gold stock to watch this week!astorinvestments.com/SAGE News Photo Galleriesview all ...

No cheesy farewell for Doritos creator - Toronto Star

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Charlotte died last year. West leaves behind four children, 12 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and a world of grateful snackers. Top Stories:Ontario leaders’ debate turns nasty midway The best and worst of the debate Teen charged after dirt bike, cop cruiser collide Bloody knives shown in mayor's ex brother-in-law's trial VIDEO: Canada urged to spend smarter to cut poverty ...

Robert Whitaker, the Beatles’ Photographer, Dies at 71

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
But for many Beatles’ fans, the hodgepodge nature of the album made the cover the most compelling thing. The album came at a pivotal point in the Beatles’ career, however, midway between their first No. 1 record and their breakup. Many saw the cover picture as a reflection of a new attitude and image: more willing to expand artistically and court controversy, no longer the floppy-haired Fab Four. A few months earlier there was an outcry over John Lennon’s remark that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus, and two months later the band played its last scheduled concert. Reports in the British press, quoting Dave Brolan, a friend and photo-archivist, said Mr. Whitaker died of cancer in West Sussex, England. In addition to photographing events like the Beatles’ 1965 Shea Stadium concert, Mr. Whitaker captured them in private moments. One was of John Lennon with a dandelion covering an eye. Mr. Whitaker’s pictures were used in “Revolver’s” cover design. He also photographed Gerry and the Pacemakers and other stars handled by the Beatles’ manager, Brian Epstein. Mr. Whitaker photographed much of the London scene of the 1960s and early ’70s, including Carnaby Street fashions. He made pictures of Mick Jagger as a movie actor, and helped create the cover of Cream’s “Disraeli Gears,” the group’s breakthrough album in the United States in 1967. He also contributed to early editions of the countercultural magazine “Oz,” including a collage depicting a woman on a toilet flying over the Houses of Parliament. Mr. Whitaker turned to war photography in the 1970s, covering conflicts in Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangladesh and the Middle East. He was wounded by a grenade in Vietnam. He gave up professional photography after his wife, Sue, was nearly killed in Syria by a rocket in 1972. She, a daughter and two sons survive him. Robert Whitaker was born on Nov. 13, 1939, in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England. At 16, he cut up a book about Dali to make collages, which he then sent to the artist. Three decades later, he met with Dali to try “to get inside his head,” as he put it, by aiming his camera into his ears, mouth and nose. (In 2007, he published the pictures in a book, “In the Company of Dali.”) In 1961, Mr. Whitaker moved to Australia, where he owned a studio and shot fashion photos for the Australian edition of Vogue. When the Beatles toured Australia in 1964, he accompanied a journalist friend... (New York Times)

Jones-Obit - Helena Daily World

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Willie B. Jones was born July 29, 1935 in Marvell to the late Jessie Hull and Willie J. Jones.  His grandparents Dave and Larenda Hall raised Willie. Willie accepted Christ and became a member of the Midway Baptist Church. He later moved his membership to the Mt. Moriah M.B. Church where he remained a member until his death. Willie was united in holy matrimony to Mable Jones on Jan. 27, 1960 and to this union six children were born. Willie loved spending time with family and friends.  Willie was known as papa to his grandchildren who enjoyed spending time with him. Willie made his transition home to be with his heavenly father on Sept. 15, 2011.He was preceded in death by his wife, Mable Jones, mothe...




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