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Lawry BROS Funeral Home Gray Chapel
Windsor Nk Road
Windsor , ME
(207) 445-2076
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Plummer Funeral Home
983 Ridge Road
Windsor , ME 04363
(207) 445-3000
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Comic actor in Beatles' movies, Victor Spinetti dies at 82 - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Of course, you cannot rewrite something like the balcony scene," he said. Barbara Windsor, a star of the "Carry On" films, said Tuesday that she had visited Spinetti at his hospice last week. "He didn't look ill. He looked great. He was swearing a lot, like that would get rid of the illness, and we just laughed," she said. Funeral arrangements were not immediately announced.

Logs: Man Trapped in Car Fire, Baby Locked in Car -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
A crash was reported on Turnpike Road. Officer Michael Daniels investigated. A field interrogation report was filed. 8:54 p.m.: An officer was requested for a disturbance on Windsor Ridge Drive. Officer Dean Paine responded. Peace was restored. Wednesday, June 20 10:36 a.m.: Emergency medical services were requested at BJs headquarters on Research Drive for a security guard who was not feeling well. Westborough paramedics and Officer Jeffrey Keaveney assisted. The guard was taken to a hospital. 1:34 p.m.: Westborough paramedics, Officer Terry Peters and Officer Tyson Delong helped at Westborough Tennis and Swim Club on Chauncy Street for a report of an unresponsive person in at the club pool. A short time after the initial call, it was reported that the person was going in and out of consciousness and might be suffering from dehydration. A patient was taken to the hospital. 3:30 p.m.: Officer Jeffrey Keaveney and Officer Terry Peters investigated a report of a woman with an altered mental status at Bernie and Phyl’s on Turnpike Road. Police established that there was not a medical emergency. 5:22 p.m.: Officer Michael Daniels responded to a report that a 10-month-old baby was locked in a car at Tatnuck Booksellers on Lyman Street. When Daniels arrived, he broke the window “because the child had something in its mouth.” Daniels reported that the window was broken at the request of the parent. A field interrogation report was filed. Thursday, June 21 10:43 a.m.: Westborough paramedics and Officer Tyson Delong assisted on Sassacus Drive for a requested ambulance. A patient was taken to the hospital. 10:45 a.m.: Vandalism was reported on East Main Street. Officer Dean Paine helped with a field interrogation report. 11:07 a.m.: Officer Jeffrey Keaveney assisted a person who when to the police station to report the theft of a watch. A field interrogation report was filed. 11:11 a.m.: A crash was reported on Milk Street. Officer Charles Dapolite helped those involved. 11:44 a.m.: A small pickup truck reported crashed into a pole on Hopkinton Road near St. Luke’s Cemetery. Officer Dean Paine investigated. No injuries were reported. The truck was towed from the scene. A field interrogation report was filed. 11:47 a.m.: Westborough...

The Very Reverend James Leo -

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Dean Leo claimed that the Duchess of Windsor had given him a wooden cross and a pair of candlesticks to thank him for his ministry. This gift was made by her lawyer, Maître Suzanne Blum. Shortly before his death, the Dean sold them on eBay for $1,975. James Leo was born on August 24 1933 and educated at Bucknell University, where he was a gifted athlete. He served in the US Army for two years before studying for the priesthood in the...

Michael Ray Wilson - Newton Press Mentor

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Newton Broom Factory.  He enjoyed mowing, watching John Wayne and the Three Stooges on TV. Michael is survived by four brothers, Paul D. (Lori)  Wilson of Holiday Hills, Tubie J. (Pattie) Wilson of  Windsor, SC; Steven S. Wilson of Willow Hill, Todd W. (Christina) Wilson of Olney; sister, Lori Kay (Richad) Wilson of Willow Hill.                                                                  Michael was preceded in death by his parents, sister Peggy L. Wilson; brother Jeffrey Ray Wilson; cousins Geanie Marie Wilson and Cody Buck Wilson and several aunts and uncles.  Michael was loved and will be missed by his family and anyone who knew him.  He is gone, but will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.

Death notices, Saturday, Dec. 31- 11:00 pm - Pensacola News Journal

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Beach is directing. UTSEY Jeffrey D. "Jeff" Utsey, 44, of Gulf Breeze died Monday, Dec. 19, 2011. Private services will be held at a later date. Rose Lawn Funeral Home is handling arrangements. WINDSOR Eva Mae "Eve" Windsor of Pensacola died Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011. Celebration of life: 7 p.m. Wednesday at Faith Chapel Funeral Home South. Obituaries and photographs submitted to the Pensacola News Journal may be published, distributed, repurposed and otherwise used in print, electronic and other media platforms.

Clarence "Gene" Gerber - The Coloradoan

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
Fowler until moving to Denver in 1965. He began working as a stationary engineer for Shell Chemicals, a job he held until moving to Fort Collins in 1980 when he began working for Kodak in Windsor. In 1990, Gene retired and began to travel. After his faith, his love of the Blessed Mother and his family; Gene's favorite pastimes were CU football and traveling. He took two trips to Medjugorje and was forever spiritually changed by the experiences. Gene and Sue danced through life, literally and figuratively. He loved a good time, a good party, and to be a good friend. Gene is survived by his wife, Juanita "Sue" Gerber; a daughter, Jeanan Gerber; a granddaughter, Shannon Huseby DeBruyne (and husband, Rob) of Brighton, Colo.; and a sister, Coletta Low of Fowler, Kan. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Jana Huseby; his son, Joey Gerber; two brothers, Alvin and Carl; and three sisters, Dorothy, Florence and Lorene.

Warren Everett Jordan - The Coloradoan

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Heritage Christian School, loved golfing, hunting, boating, and other sports. His main love, however, was his family. Warren is survived by his love of his life, Beth; four children, Jessica of Windsor, Jason, Joey, and Jenna of Loveland; parents, Norman and Delores of Bellvue; and brothers David (Marjorie) of Fort Collins, and Terry (Karman) of Windsor; and one grandchild, Bradley. A funeral service will be held at LifePointe Church (formerly First Baptist Church), 900 E. Prospect Road, Fort Collins on Thursday, November 17, at 2:00 p.m. with a reception following. In place of a viewing, a time of remembering Warren will take place at Immanuel Community Church, 1725 W. Mulberry, Fort Collins on Wednesday, November 16, at 6:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Jordan Children's College Fund in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 650 W. Drake Road, Fort Collins, CO 80526. Please visit to view Warren's longer obituary, sign the family guest book and send your condolences.

Tammy Kennedy (WINDSOR, S.C.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
WINDSOR, S.C. - Funeral Services for Ms. Tammy Kennedy, 39, of Windsor, SC, who entered into rest November 5, 2011, will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the Posey Funeral Chapel. Bishop David S. Johnson presiding. Interment in Langley Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Tuesday one hour prior to the service. For complete obituary information visit www.pose...

Vietnam vet makes sure others aren't forgotten - Times Herald-Record

Sat, Nov 12, 2011
For Lottie Hiatt of Liberty: "She volunteered for the Army Air Corps, serving as a flight line dispatcher at Marana Field, a pilot training base in Arizona." For Charles Monroe Davis of New Windsor: "He served proudly on a PT boat as a cook in the Pacific Ocean." He signs them, "Honored by a thankful American." Marrinan still visits cemeteries to find the graves of soldiers who may have been forgotten. He honors them on the website. And he doesn't forget the World War II vets who are alive. He wrote this about Joseph B. Livingston of Port Jervis: "Witnessed the sinking of the USS Reuben James on October 31, 1941. Assisted in rescuing the 44 survivors of the 159-man crew ..." Today, some 740 veterans who kept us safe during World War II die each day. Only 1.7 million of the 16 million who served are alive. Too many of our veterans are already forgotten. On this Veterans Day, we should pause to remember and thank all of them. We should also thank Kevin Thomas Marrinan of Eldred for keeping their memories alive — even though he brushes off the thanks, this veteran who brushes the litter off those graves. "This shouldn't be about me," he says. "It's about them." Reader Reaction We reserve the right to remove any content at any time from this Community, including without limitation. Please check our Community Rules for more information. We ask that you report content that you in good faith believe violates the above rules by clicking the Flag link next to the offending comment. New comments are only accepted for two weeks from the date of publication. Most Clicked Stories 2 people charged with felony drug crimes after traffic stop Legislator Amo disavows Valley View vote Cornwall zooms to state semis Loch Sheldrake man charged with felony DWI Verizon union marchers to meet with Occupy Wall Street protesters ...

Mr. Football finalists include Rowe, Hannon - Greenville News

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Sara Bane, Carolina Forest; Savannah Miller, Wando; Kathryn Steverson, Summerville; Alyssa Davis, Woodmont; Tarryn Angermeier, Dorman; Natali Jensen, Rock Hill; Raveen Golston, Dutch Fork; Siraya Windsor, White Knoll; Katie Davis, Carolina Forest; Tinsley Hallman, Wando; Anna Tovo, Aiken; Megan Kirkland, Lugoff-Elgin; Ashton Lowder, Hillcrest. Class AAA Finley Wiles, Daniel; Katie Henderson, Eastside; Tanaé Copeland, Chapman; Caylee Antilley, Nation Ford; Skyler Benson, Chapin; Maggie Speaks, Camden; Mackenzie Cooler, Bluffton; Meagen Milligan, Myrtle Beach; Carley Hoover, Daniel; Natalia Rendon, Wade Hampton; Caroline Hill, Chapman; Katy McFadden, South Pointe; Dina Henderson, Airport; Kelsey Hutto, Camden; Abby Roulston, Bluffton; Ellen Johnson, North Myrtle Beach; Emily Moody, Travelers Rest; Morgan Reed, Midland Valley. Class AA Amber King, Liberty; Aeriel Wheeler, Woodruff; Kathryn Cochcroft, Gilbert; Callie Dixon, Andrew Jackson; Tiffany Osmanski, Pelion; Ellie James, Bishop England; Jordan Smith, Timberland; Loren Hill, Waccamaw; Samantha Hayes, Chesnee; Shanya Finley, Broome; Jocolby Brown, Keenan; Jena Carroll, Indian Land; Erin McMurray, Silver Bluff; Ashley Cox, Hanahan; Leah Flemming, Lake City; Zipporah Lighty, Dillon; Karlie Bennett, Aynor; Laura Reynolds, Broome. Class A Jenny Bailey, Ninety Six; Alexa Lagaly, St. Joseph’s; Elexis Ross, North Central; Shay Freeman, Ridge Spring-Monetta; Miranda Nichols, Branchville; Kortnee Johno, Cross; Alexus Watford, East Clarendon; Brittani Owens, Latta; Olivia Owens, Abbeville; Katherine Reynolds, St. Joseph’s; Christian Stokes, Chesterfield; Haley Bryant, Fox Creek; Vanessa Scott, Whale Branch; Sarah Larsen, Charleston Charter; Kelsey Shaw, East Clarendon; Allison Moodey, Latta; Jamilla Johnson, St. Joseph's; Tiffany Rogers, North Central. (Page 3 of 3) NORTH-SOUTH VOLLEYBALL TEAMS North AAAA/AAA Alyssa Davis, Woodmont; Cristina Nazario, Spring Valley; Kylie Haun, Hillcrest; Ashton Lowder, Hillcrest; Tarryn Angermeier, Dorman; Lauren Lewitt, Dorman; Savannah Angel, Northwestern; Raveen Golston, Dutch Fork; Finley Wiles, Daniel; Katie Henderson, Eastside; Tanae Copeland, Chapman; Jordan Meadows, Nation Ford; Olivia Owens (injured), Laurens. Coaches: Jennifer Allen, Chapman, Dianne Owens, Laurens. South AAAA/AAA Meredith Clemmens, Aiken; Monica Cardona, Aiken; Siraya Windsor, White Knoll; Kaitlyn Cobb, Lexington; Sara Bane, Carolina Forest; Katie Davis, Carolina Forest; Tinsley Hallman, Wando; Savannah Miller, Wando; Sklyer Benson, Chapin; Dina Henderson, Airport; Kelsey Hutto, Camden; Danielle Bothe, Bluffton. Coaches: Al Stern, Bluffton; Tracie Lake, Stratford. North AA/A Amber King, Liberty; Mackenzie Holland, Pendleton; Haylee Leonard, Broome; Aeriel Wheeler, Woodruff; Kathryn Cochcroft, Gilbert; Jocolby Brown, Keenan; Callie Dixon, Andrew Jackson; Jenny Bailey, Ninety Six; Anna Swain, Southside Christian; Chalice Pack, Southside Christian; Elexis Ross, North Central; Shay Freeman, Ridge Spring-Monetta. Coaches: Tami Garvin, Wagener-Salley; Fran Thomas, Woodruff, South AA/A Catherine Padgett, Barnw...

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