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Bradley Haeberle and Barth Funeral Homes
1100 Pine Avenue
Union , NJ 07083
(908) 686-6666
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Galante Funeral Home
2800 Morris Avenue
Union , NJ 07083
(908) 687-2110
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Golden Rule Funeral Home
1600 Stuyvesant Avenue
Union , NJ 07083
(973) 375-5555
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Heritage Preneed Trust
1500 Morris Avenue
Union , NJ 07083
(908) 686-1191
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Hollywood Memorial Park and Mausoleum
1500 Stuyvesant Avenue
Union , NJ 07083
(908) 688-4300
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Jan Dowd Memorial Corporation
464 Chestnut Street
Union , NJ 07083
(908) 687-1285
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McCracken Funeral Home
1500 Morris Avenue
Union , NJ 07083
(908) 686-4700
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Stuart Ayshford Jr. — Waltham

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Randy. They were later divorced, but stayed lifelong friends. Stuart was employed in the construction industry in the Rochester area for many years. He was a member of the Construction Laborers Union Local 405 until his retirement.Stuart was selected to participate in the Honors Flight program in 2009. He considered the tour of Washington, D.C. with fellow veterans a great honor and an opportunity of a lifetime.Stuart enjoyed working on home improvements projects and took great pride in keeping a beautiful yard. He enjoyed following the Minnesota Twins, as well as other sports. Stuart had a big heart for animals and enjoyed the companionship of his cats and dog. He also had a strong appreciation for nature and in earlier years enjoyed camping and walking wooded trails.Stuart was very thankful for his wonderful, caring neighbors — Bill and Lindsay Cordle, Gary Fitzpatrick, and Lois and Bob Gebhardt — who provided support and friendship during his years living in Waltham. Family was very important to Stuart, he always enjoyed fa... (Post Bulletin)

Lockheed, machinists reach tentative agreement - Centre Daily Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Lockheed officials announced late Saturday that after four days of negotiations, the aerospace company reached a tentative agreement with the union that represents 3,600 striking employees. No terms were disclosed. "Lockheed Martin's revised offer will be unanimously recommended for acceptance by the union bargaining committee to the membership at the ratification vote early next week," Greg Karol, company vice president of labor relations, said in a statement. "We look forw...

Judge blocks union election at American Airlines - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
FORT WORTH, Texas — A federal judge has blocked a union-organizing election for nearly 10,000 employees at American Airlines. Judge Terry R. Means ruled Friday that the Communications Workers of America needed signed cards showing that at least 50 percent of the eligible workers were interested in union representation to earn an election. The union had argued that it needed 35 percent, the standard until Congress changed the rules in February. Th...

Judge blocks union election at American Airlines - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
FORT WORTH, Texas — A federal judge has temporarily stopped a union-organizing election at American Airlines that was to begin next week. U.S. District Court Judge Terry R. Means said Wednesday that American was likely to win a lawsuit seeking to stop the election among passenger-service agents, so he granted a temporary restraining order. The judge scheduled a hearing in the case for June 21. The National Mediation Board had scheduled voting to begin that d...

Donald E. Immel

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Donald E. Immel, 59, of Lebanon passed away Wednesday at his home. He was born in Lebanon to Gail and Norma Jean (Ridinger) Immel. Don lived in Lebanon his whole life. He graduated from Lebanon Union High School, and in later life attended Linn-Benton Community College and Chemeketa Community College. Don married the love of his life, Connie Cain, in 1999. Together they raised their children. He worked for the Linn County Road Department for many years as a heavy equipme... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Alexandria and Arlington community events, June 21-28, 2012 - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
St., Alexandria. Free. 703-746-5552. “Forged” metalwork exhibit, contemporary metalwork. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery, 105 N. Union St., Alexandria. Free. 703-838-4565, Ext. 4, or “The Tea Table” ceramics, featuring teapots, bowls, cups and more, in conjunction with the Ikebana exhibit. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery, Studio 19, 105 N. Union St., Alexandria. Free. 703-548-6288 or

Peter J. Colavecchia, had open-heart surgery in ’72

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Mr. Colavecchia had served as president of the Niagara Falls Fire Department’s Mutual Aid Association in the 1970s, vice president of the firefighters credit union and participated in the annual Leo F. Heck Toy Fund Drive. Besides his firefighting duties, Mr. Colavecchia owned and operated the Stadium Grill in Niagara Falls from 1963 to 1973, where he sponsored many softball teams, including the 1969 state fast-pitch champions. In 1972, Mr. Colavecchia traveled to Houston to have famed American heart surgeon Dr. Michael E. DeBakey perform an open-heart surgical operation, which was relatively new at the time. Mr. Colavecchia was a member and prelate of the Moose Lodge in Niagara Falls. In retirement, he and his wife lived for six months of the year in Largo, Fla., for about 17 years before eventually selling the Florida home and returning to Niagara Falls full time. Mr. Colavecchia was an avid tennis, racquetball and shuffleboard player... (The Buffalo News)

Roger C. Molander Dies at 71; Stirred Nuclear Protests

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
President Jimmy Carter in 1979, progress in arms negotiations stalled. The administration of President Ronald Reagan and the Soviet Union were building up armaments. Mr. Molander doubted that the experts, whom he termed a “technical priesthood,” could alone bridge the gap between the two nations. He concluded that Americans and Russians needed to speak on a human plane as well as a technical one. “I hope they spend most of their time talking about their kids, their grandchildren, and their friends, and their responsibilities to future generations, instead of all this missile stuff,” he told The Times in May 1982. Mr. Molander left the government in 1981 to start the grass-roots organization Ground Zero, taking its name from the point immediately below a nuclear explosion. His twin brother, Earl, was deputy director. In the third week of April 1982, Ground Zero organized a vast protest against nuclear war in which as many as a million people participated in about 800 cities and towns. Events included a “Run for Your Life” race in Winston-Salem, N.C., in which runners started at a “ground zero” marker in the center of town. Signs along the way depicted concentric circles of destruction from a nuclear explosion. At Columbia University in Manhattan, students staged a “die-in.” Their faces painted white, they lay on the ground as if struck by a bomb while a band played funeral music. Around the country, there were fasts, prayers and bicycle races. Mr. Molander wrote a small book to stimulate discussion, “Nuclear War: What’s in It for You?” It sold about 350,000 copies. The movement attracted wide support, from conservatives as well as liberals. Reagan said he... (New York Times)

Jan Davis, longtime Duluth volunteer, dies

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
She was so proud of it. It went with her wherever she went.” Davis was born in Duluth on Oct. 22, 1922, and attended Duluth Central High School; she later was very active in planning class reunions. She also attended Duluth State Teachers College and the University of Minnesota. Davis married Yale Davis — better known as Bud — and they ran West End Iron and Metal. After Bud died in the mid-1980s, Jan also worked for several years as a manager at Voyageur Lakewalk Inn. But volunteering in the community she loved was her calling. “She wasn’t a prima donna — she wanted to do the nuts and bolts and get things done,” Huber said of her mom. “She felt it was important for everyone to volunteer.” In addition to her daughter, Davis is survived by a son, Robert, of Houston; five grandchildren; and five — soon to be six — great-grandchildren. A funeral service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Israel, 1602 East Second Street in Duluth. Tags: volunteer groups, news, obituaries, duluth ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Bi-Lo president says significant corporate presence will stay in Mauldin - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
At the same time, the company plans to maintain a strong regional presence in Greenville both in distribution and local store support needs, the officials said. The Florida Times-Union reported on its website that Jacksonville and Florida will spend a combined $6.6 million to keep the headquarters of the combined Bi-Lo/Winn-Dixie supermarket chain in Jacksonville, a move the city said will preserve 900 corporate jobs and add 100 more. The city's portion of that is a $2 million, 10-year Revenue Enhancement Value grant that is tied to the company investing $93 million in its headquarters, the newspaper reported. Most of that money will be spent on things like upgrading the information technology infrastructure at the site and at its distribution center, the Times-Union reported. (Page 2 of 2) The local grant must be approved by the Jacksonville Economic Development Commission and the City Council, the newpaper reported. It is scheduled to go before the JEDC board on March 21 and then be sent to the council for its March 27 meeting, the Times-Union reported. Bi-Lo also said today it completed its merger with Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. following approval of the transaction by Winn-Dixie shareholders on Friday. All Winn-Dixie stockholders will be eligible to receive $9.50 per share in cash for each share of common stock held, for a total purchase price of $560 million. As a result of the merger, Bi-Lo and Winn-Dixie are now subsidiaries of the privately held parent company, Bi-Lo Holding, which is the ninth-largest supermarket chain in the United States with 688 grocery stores and 63,000 employees in eight states throughout the southeast. Bi-Lo and Winn...

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