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LARY Funeral Home Inc
31 Elm Street
Milo , ME 04463
(207) 943-2231
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Milo , ME 04463
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Josef Skvorecky, Czech-Born Writer, Dies at 87

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Nachod, Bohemia, in what was then Czechoslovakia, on Sept. 27, 1924. His father was a bank clerk. A playmate was Milos Forman, who went on to fame as the director of films like “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus.” Michael T. Kaufman, a former correspondent for The Times, died in 2010. Daniel E. Slotnik contributed reporting. (New York Times)

William Duell, Puckish Character Actor, Dies at 88

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
He brought a kind of perky oddity even to serious roles. In “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975), Milos Forman’s adaptation of the Ken Kesey novel set in a mental institution (starring Jack Nicholson), Mr. Duell played Sefelt, an epileptic inmate who fears his medication. In the early 1980s, he had a regular role as Johnny, a snitch, in “Police Squad!,” the spoof of police dramas, starring Leslie Nielsen, created in the mold of the hit film “Airplane!” In 1969, in the original Broadway production of the historical musical “1776,” Mr. Duell played Andrew McNair, the custodian of the Continental Congress and the man who rang the Liberty Bell to announce the nation’s independence; he repeated the role in the 1972 film version. And in th... (New York Times)

Marion Jacob "Jake" Fitzgerald

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
Debra M. (Fitzgerald) Drean of Golden Shores, Ariz.; brother Archie Dean Fitzgerald of Medford; sisters Ellen Emma Marciniak and husband Steve of North Dakota, Ruby Alice Dybedahl and husband Milo of Minnesota, and Ruthie Jean Green and husband Cliff of Minnesota; sisters-in-law Ruth Fitzgerald and husband Elmer of Browning, Mont., and Merle Jackson Fitzgerald and husband Ralph of Eugene; brother-in-law John "Bud" Pettis of Livermore, Calif.; grandchildren Rod Midkiff, Royce W. Boyd, Michael D. Boyd, L. Lyn Boyd, S Jacob Payne, Cheri A. Heath, Shantel M. Rice, Jeremy J. Chamblee, Miranda Drean, August May and Jeremy Higginbotham; 25 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren. Jake was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Ralph A. Fitzgerald, Robert Paul Fitzgerald, John Elmer Fitzgerald; and sister Alice Margie Pettis. A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, at Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens. Fisher Funeral Home is handling arrangements (www.fisherfuneralhome.com). (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Concert offers early, late Mozart works - Greenville News

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Mozart wrote in a minor key. “It is a dramatic work, expressing a sense of anxiety and agitation,” Tchivzhel says. The symphony serves as the opening music in Milos Forman’s critically acclaimed biopic “Amadeus.” The second half of the program opens with Mozart’s Overture to “The Magic Flute,” his last opera. Composed in 1791, the year of the Mozart’s death, the overture and opera reflect the composer’s interest in the ideals of Freemasonry. “It offers a message of tolerance and human brotherhood,” Tchivzhel says. The program closes with the composer’s last symphony, the Symphony No. 41, written in 1788. The work earned the subtitle “Jupiter” for its majestic and joyfully inventive qualities. Notably, in the symphony’s famous coda, Mozart weaves together all five of his principal themes in a brilliant fugue. “With this work, Mozart brought the classical symphony to its highest peak,” Tchivzhel says. Tchivzhel notes that Mozart was so productive in his 35 years of life that an orchestra never runs out of material for all-Mozart concerts. “It’s not difficult to find something fresh each time because Mozart wrote so many works,” Tchivzhel says. Arts writer Paul Hyde can be reached at 864-298-4004.

MaryAnna Passe

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Maxine Simpson; brother, Wayne (Sylvester) Barnett. A memorial Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Kellogg with Father Milo Ernster officiating. Burial will be in St. Agnes Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 4 to 8 p.m. at Abbott Funeral Home in Wabasha. Friends may also call one hour before the service at the church. There will be a prayer service today at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. www.abbottfh.com ... (Winona Daily News)

MaryAnna Passe — Wabasha

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Maxine Simpson; and brother, Wayne (Sylvester) Barnett.A Memorial Mass will be held Saturday, Nov. 12, at 11 a.m. at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Kellogg, with Father Milo Ernster officiating. Burial will be in St. Agnes Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday, Nov. 11, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Abbott Funeral Home in Wabasha. Friends may also call one hour before the service at the church. There will be a prayer service Friday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. www.abbottfh.com... (Post Bulletin)

Liviu Ciulei, a Daring Theater Director, Dies at 88

Thu, Oct 27, 2011
Search of an Author.” His first production at the Guthrie, in 1981, was a “Tempest” that depicted Prospero’s kingdom as an island surrounded by a bloody moat with cultural artifacts — the Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa among them — floating in it. His “Midsummer Night’s Dream” underscored a psychological savagery and sadism in the play’s romantic roundelay, depicting Bottom, the leader of the jesterlike players, as humiliated to the core by the indifference of his royal audience — a comment, some felt, on Mr. Ciulei’s own lack of recognition by American audiences. “I think there is, in this country, a certain prudence or refusal to be troubled, much encouraged by TV,” he said. “Many people still want the theater to be like cool lemonade when it’s hot.” Trained as an architect, Mr. Ciulei was a set designer and an actor as well as a director, and his work was characterized by a precise visual sense. He believed that physical form suggested meaning, not just in design but in performance, and rather than having actors create actions to suggest the emotions of a moment, he encouraged them to begin with the actions and seek their psychological underpinnings. “With Liviu, every moment was born out of a form, a shape,” said Zelda Fichandler, a co-founder and former artistic director of Arena Stage. “He would say, ‘Now she puts her head down, so her hair falls over her face,’ and he taught actors to find what generated the cause of that action.” Liviu Ioan Ciulei was born in Bucharest on July 7, 1923. His father ran a large construction company, and though he preferred that his son become an architect rather than an actor, he gave young Liviu a Bucharest theater, where he made his acting debut as Puck in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in 1946. In the 1950s he joined the Bulandra Theater, a leading Bucharest troupe, and he became its artistic director in 1963. The American director Alan Schneider saw his work there and recommended him to Ms. Fichandler at Arena as the finest theater director in Europe. “Liviu was the first, and maybe the only, director I ever hired without seeing his work,” Ms. Fichandler said. M... (New York Times)

James

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Courtney Watson of Duncanville, Shadrick James of Cedar Hill, Shane Hudson and R.P. James III both of Longview, and LaRoderick Roberson of Mount Pleasant; granddaughters, LaKita Bell-Luckey, Milo Bell-Miller and Tracye James-Brown all of Marietta, and Marsha Parker of Longview; 18 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter; and many other relatives and numerous friends.She was preceded in death by her husband, R.P. James, Sr.; a son, R.P. James, Jr.; a daughter, Shirley James-Hudson; her parents, Lorenza and Rosie Bonner-King; and a brother, Roosevelt King. (Daily Tribune)

JOSEPH "JOE" STOJEVICH

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Janitor Joe" and as the "Boss" of St. James School. To those he loved, Joe donated the most important thing, his time and infinite energy. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Milo, Martin, and Rudy; and sisters Mary, Katie, and Josephine. Joe is survived by his wife Helen; son Steven (Debra) of Duluth; daughters Eva Johnson of Colorado Springs, Col., Patricia Stojevich of Minneapolis, and Jean Stojevich of Duluth; brother John "Koke" (Polly) of Duluth; sisters Helen Radich of Duluth and Lucille Meger of Esko; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and special friends Father Antus and Kyle Smalley. VISITATION: 10 until the 11 a.m. Mass Saturday, Oct. 1, in St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church. Burial will be at Oneota Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred t... (Duluth News Tribune)




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