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Greenwood Memorial Park

Greenwood Memorial Park
North 10th & E Broad
Millville, NJ 08332
Phone: (856) 825-5151
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One thing leads to another, like the mystery man on the hill - Richmond Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
All the Masonic lodges in the county had been invited. Hardin Lodge No. 322 sent a big delegation and Millville Lodge was also well represented, as well as other lodges in the county, state and elsewhere.”After reading this article, I tried to imagine standing on the corner of Main Street as the parade of Masons marched by on their way to church. It was a hot Sunday afternoon and the church would have been warm without modern day air conditioning but that did not stop them from celebrating this 200th year anniversary.The World’s metropolis mentioned in this story was London. I find it interesting that a small-town newspaper editor held London in such high regard, but in 1917, London was a major city of the world because many of today’s modern cites had not developed yet.My favorite line in this whole story is “The only man who is not criticized by some individual in Richmond sleeps over yonder on the hill,” the minister said, “pointing in the direction of the cemetery.” I want to know who Rev. Aker was taking about. I assume he was talking about a brother Mason, but one thing I have learned over the years is to never assume anything.My first thought was Alexander Doniphan, but he’s buried in Liberty. I thought about who else it might be because it was so obvious to everyone in 1917, that the editor didn’t even have to mention his name. My next guess was Gov. Austin King because his grave maker stands high on cemetery hill and looks like Washington’s Monument sticking high into the sky. But then I found a note that said that Austin King was buried south of town and his body was moved to the city cemetery in the 1930s, so Austin King was not on Cemetery hill in 1917. George Washington Dunn had a major role in Missouri’s Masonic history, but he’s not buried on Cemetery hill so that rules him out, too.It’s going to take some research to figure this puzzle out and we may never know who it was, but it’s interesting that there was a man that no one criticized. I’ve known a few good men who came close to this standard, but not a perfect one so my search continues for the “only man who was not criticized by some individual in Richmond.”Like any other small town in America, Richmond has changed a lot in the last 95 years, but we still have that hometown feeling that makes us special. Richmond isn’t the home of any perfect person, but it is the home of many perfectly good people, so I think we can hold our own with the citizens of 1917 Richmond. Have an idea of the identity of the mystery man on the hill? You can contact Linda at rayc...@aol.com or see her at Ray County Museum.

Maynard D. Swanson — Kasson

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Brody.He is survived by his wife, Dawn of rural Kasson; son, Bobby of Kasson; daughters, Karina Swanson of Kasson and Danielle (Keith Erickson) of Millville; grandson, Brody Swanson; brothers, Don (Deb) Swanson, Bernie (Tammy) Swanson, Jeff (Amy) Swanson, and Scott (Alisia) Swanson; sister, Lori Stenhoven; step-father, Wally Emholtz; and many nieces and nephews. Maynard was preceded in death by his parents.Friends may call at Dibble Funeral Home, 213 West Main St. in Kasson, on Monday, Jan. 2, 2012, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be no reviewal or funeral service.In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorials to The American Heart Association.Dibble Funeral Home & Cremation Service in Kasson is in charge of arrangements.Online condolences may be made at www.dibblefuneralhome.com. (Post Bulletin)

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

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
Leamington, Leeds, Lehi, Levan, Lewiston, Lindon, Loa, Logan, Lyman, Lynndyl, Manila, Manti, Mantua, Mapleton, Marriot-Slaterville, Marysvale, Mayfield, Meadow, Mendon, Midvale, Midway, Milford, Millville, Minersville, Moab, Mona, Monroe, Monticello, Morgan, Moroni, Mount Pleasant, Murray, Myton, Naples, Nephi, New Harmony, Newton, Nibley, North Logan, North Ogden, North Salt Lake, Oak City, Oakley, Ogden, Ophir, Orangeville, Orderville, Orem, Panguitch, Paradise, Paragonah, Park City, Parowan, Payson, Perry, Plain City, Pleasant Grove, Pleasant View, Plymouth, Portage, Price, Providence, Provo, Randolph, Redmond, Richfield, Richmond, Riverdale, River Heights, Riverton, Rockville, Rocky Ridge, Roosevelt, Roy, Rush Valley, St. George, Salem, Salina, Salt Lake City, Sandy, Santa Clara, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, Scipio, Scofield, Sigurd, Smithfield, Snowville, South Jordan, South Ogden, South Salt Lake, South Weber, Spanish Fork, Spring City, Springdale, Springville, Sterling, Stockton, Sunnyside, Sunset, Syracuse, Tabiona, Taylorsville, Tooele, Toquerville, Torrey, Tremonton, Trenton, Tropic, Uintah, Vernal, Vernon, Vineyard, Virgin, Wales, Wallsburg, Washington, Washington Terrace, Wellington, Wellsville, Wendover, West Bountiful, West Haven, West Jordan, West Point, West Valley City, Willard, Woodland Hills, Woodruff, Woods CrossCan install to device or SD card. Requires Internet connection.This is not an official Salt Lake Tribune app.Content rating: Low Maturity Please wait... Comments:Filed Under: News & Magazines ...

James H. Strain

Sun, Nov 20, 2011
Brenda) Strain of Rochester; 10 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Jerry (Lorraine) Strain of Gillman City, Mo., Rollo (Betty) Strain of Byron and Tom (Mary Jo) Strain of Millville; four sisters, Marcella Bale of Rochester, Rosemary Lutzi of Rochester, Alyce DeYoung of Rochester and Pat (Chuck) Molde of Rock Dell.He was also preceded by two brothers and a sister.Memorials are preferred to the church, nursing home or to Seasons Hospice.Friends may call at the church an hour before the service.Dibble Funeral Home in Kasson is in charge of arrangements. (Post Bulletin)

David Van Houten — Rochester

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
The Church of St. John the Evangelist, 11 Fourth Avenue S.W. in Rochester, with Father John Lasuba officiating. Burial will be in St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery, West Albany in rural Millville.Mr. Van Houten, 61, of rural Rochester, died early Wednesday morning, Oct. 12, 2011, at his home after he lost a 10 year battle with cancer.David Eugene Van Houten was born July 29, 1950, in Red Wing, to Donald and Lorraine (Rademacher) Van Houten, Sr. He attende... (Post Bulletin)

Sarah E. Reiland — Mazeppa

Tue, Oct 4, 2011
She was a member of St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Mazeppa.Sarah is survived by three daughters, Ruth Staub–VandeWeerd of Mazeppa, and the twins, Janet (Jerome) Leonard of Millville and Jane (Ralph) Burdick of Pine Island; 14 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; and 24 great-great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents and husband; one son, William; four brothers, Don, Wesley, Milton, and an infant brother; three sisters, Margaret, Evelyn and Ruthie; two sons-in-law, Marvin Staub and Harold VandeWeerd; two grandsons, Steven Staub and Harvey VandeWeerd; and two great-granddaughters, Heidi and Demitria.Friends and family may visit from 8:30 a.m. until time of service on Saturday at the church.Memorials are preferred to the donor’s choice.Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Schleicher Funeral Homes, Lake City Chapel, 1865 S. Hwy. 61, P.O. Box 300, Lake City, MN. (651) 345-5778Guest register may be signed online at www.schleicherfuneralhomes.com. (Post Bulletin)

Charlene K. 'Char' Chance ? Lebanon, Mo.

Tue, Aug 30, 2011
Tuesday morning, Aug. 23, 2011, from esophageal cancer.Charlene Kim Tradup was born Aug. 29, 1960, in Rochester, to Donald Q. and Kathie (Munsch) Tradup. She attended the Elgin-Millville Schools and graduated from the Elgin-Millville High School in 1978. On March 12, 1977, she married Bruce Chance at Trinity Lutheran Church in Elgin. They made their home in Elgin until 2006, when they moved to Lebanon, Mo. Char was employed by Healthport Technologies in Osage Beach, Mo., for five years.She loved to go camping, motorcycle riding, and spending time with her grandchildren. Char was a former member of Faith Un... (Post Bulletin)




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