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15 Church Street
Carmel , NY 10512
(845) 225-2144
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Lexington's Gay faces tall order at Olympic trials - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Up to 120 spots on the Olympic team will be handed out by the end of competition on July 1. Among the other key events to watch: ¦ Women's 100 meters, where world champion Carmelita Jeter has this year's best time and the best chance of breaking up Jamaica's dominance in the women's sprints. ¦ Women's 100 hurdles, where the most recognizable athlete, Lolo Jones, is anything but a shoo-in to make the top three and earn a chance to compete for the gold she lost when she fell on the ninth hurdle in Beijing. Dawn Harper won the race that day and remains America's top hurdler. ¦ Decathlon, where the Americans have a realistic chance of going 1-2-3 in London, if defending champion Bryan Clay stays healthy, two-time world champion Trey Hardee's elbow holds up after major surgery and last year's world runner-up Ashton Eaton lives up to his potential. ¦ Our best hopes in the long-distance races will be Bernard Lagat and Galen Rupp in the 5,000, Matt Centrowitz and Jenny Simpson, both surprise medalists in the 1,500 last year in South Korea, and, of course, Lopez Lomong, whose inspirational journey from a "Lost Boy" of Sudan to American Olympian helped earn him the role of U.S. flag bearer at the 2008 Games. The weather forecast for the first weekend in Eugene calls for highs in the low 60s and a good chance of rain. In other words, it could feel very much like London, which doesn't bother too many people at this stage. "For me, I don't care if it's raining, snowing," Richards-Ross said. "I've been waiting for this for four years." ...

Commentary: The view from Akron on LeBron James title - Sacramento Bee

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Dambrot said. "It'll change how people view him and he'll be at peace he won a title. Now they'll have to find somebody else to pick on who hasn't won a championship." Carmelo Anthony, that's you. Anthony is the only top five player from that glittering 2003 draft class not to win a championship. Yes, even Darko Milicic was given a ring for sitting on the bench with the Detroit Pistons in 2004. Anthony will now squirm - under the glare of the New York spotlight - at the questions that chased LeBron for years from Cleveland all the way to Miami. Late night spilled into the early hours of Friday morning when James completed his postgame interview. When he was done, he picked up the Larry O'Brien Trophy and his NBA Finals Most Valuable Player trophy. "Hey, man, I'm an NBA champion," he said, almost as if he didn't believe it himself. Love him or hate him, LeBron James played his finest basketball when his team needed him most during these NBA Finals. That's indisputable. So is this: He is 27, the same age as Michael Jordan when Jordan won the first of his six titles. It might have taken nine years to win the first one, but James has plenty of time to win plenty more. It's just a shame it didn't happen with his starter wife. What You Should Know About Comments on Sacbee.com Sacbee.com is happy to provide a forum for reader interaction, discussion, feedback and reaction to our stories. However, we reserve the right to delete inappropriate comments or ban users who can't play nice. (See our full terms of service here.) Here are some rules of the road: • Keep your comments civil. Don't insult one another or the subjects of our articles. If you think a comment violates our guidelines click the "Report Abuse" link to notify the moderators. Responding to the comment will only encourage bad behavior. • Don't use profanities, vulgarities or hate speech. This is a general interest news site. Sometimes, there are children present. Don't say anything in a way you wouldn't want your own child to hear. • Do not attack other users; focus your comments on issues, not individuals. • Stay on topic. Only post comments relevant to the article at hand. • Do not copy and paste outside material into the comment box. • Don't repeat the same comment over and over. We heard you the first time. • Do not use the commenting system for advertising. That's spam and it isn't allowed. • Don't use all capital letters. That's akin to yelling and not appreciated by the audience. • Don't flag other users' comments just because you don't agree with their point of view. Please only flag comments that violate these guidelines. You should also know that The Sacramento Bee does not screen comments before they are posted. You are more likely to see inappropriate comments before our staff does, so we ask that you click the "Report Abuse" link to submit those comments for moderator review. You also may notify us via email at feedback@sacbee.com. Note the headline on which the comment is made and tell us the profile name of the user who made the comment. Remember, comment moderation is subjective. You may find some ...

William J. Murphy, funeral director, volunteer

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
He also helped at the annual dance and socials sponsored by the American Association for the Blind. He was head usher at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church and helped acquire infirmary furniture for the Carmelite Convent on Carmel Road. He also was active with members of his college fraternity, Alpha Sigma Phi. His lifelong interest in art began when he attended the former Albright Art School. He collected Asian and American artwork, from porcelains to oil paintings. His fashion flair was expressed in a collection of signature bow ties. Surviving are a brother, Eugene T.; a sister, Maureen Taylor; and a close friend, Gary R. Sutton. A twin brother, Robert H., died in 2009. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. April 14 in St. Margaret’s Catholic Church, 1395 Hertel Ave. (The Buffalo News)

Update: Crash Kills Jeffrey Marxen of Sharp Grossmont, a 'Doctor's Doctor' - Patch.com

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
More importantly, Dr. Marxen was a friend to us all.” NBC San Diego said Marxen was thrown 150 feet in the crash. It aired video of the scene Thursday night. Marxen, a married Carmel Valley resident, was a longtime member of the La Mesa Rotary Club, and was its president in 1990-1991.News of his death was shared with fellow Rotarians in an email sent Friday morning by Mary Ellington, who wrote:  “It is with a heavy heart that I deliver the sad news that Dr. Jeffrey Marxen, our beloved member, was killed in a motorcycle accident last evening.” Dr. Bill Pogue, a retired Grossmont Hospital physician, said Marxen had an unusual, arresting, unique and wonderful sense of humor, “which would stop you in your tracks.” Marxen was a member of the Grossmont/Sharp Medical Staff Happiness Committee, Pogue said via email. “It functions well, and arranges events for the doctors, who are otherwise increasingly isolated from one another.  There are 17 events a year.” Marxen also was a member of six-doctor band, which “played at clubs occasionally, for the hospital, parties, and are very good,” Pogue said.  “Jeff was a ‘doctor’s doctor’ ... as they sought him out for treatment of their orthopedic problems,” Pogue said.  “He was very personable, and took pride in his caring relationships with his patients;  he seemed to know their hobbies, their interests, their families, and, HE CARED ABOUT THEM;  a really great guy. “I will miss him very much, as will the entire community.” Mary England, CEO of the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce, said: “Jeff Marxen’s presence was known the minute he was in a room.  He was passionate about his patients and the Rotary Club and our projects.  He had a quick wit and could make you laugh with a single comment or remark. “His band was fabulous and he enjoyed playing and interacting with the band and crowds.  He spoke fondly about his ‘gigs’ with his band. I shall miss him and still can’t believe that he is gone.” Tom Kilcheski told of two bands Marxen played in—Soul Purpose and ACME Rhythm and Blues Revue.Soul was a band of doctors, nurses and X-ray technologists at three June Happiness Committee concerts, Kilcheski said.But “his primary band for many years had been A...

Hurry Up And Do The Howard-Bynum Trade Already - Hardwood Paroxysm

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
The shakeup won’t likely have the galvanizing effect that the Carmelo trade had on Denver, but it’s still, perhaps depressingly, the best thing they can do. Given that it’s the best thing, I selfishly want them to do it now. Let’s be real: this team isn’t interesting. Ryan Anderson has been bloody awesome and Stan Van Gundy is doing as much as he can, but it was hard to get excited about Orlando even when things were going well. If they acquired Bynum and, hopefully, some other useful parts, I’d have more reason to tune in. I’d like to see how Bynum functions as a first option. I’d like to see if SVG can teach him how to deal with double-teams more effectively. I’d like to see if he can make some strides on the defensive end, considering how much Howard improved with Van Gundy’s tutelage. If you’re like me, you’re over the Magic in their current incarnation and you want to avoid all the Howard trade talk at the All-Star game, the trade deadline, and beyond. I’m also over this painfully-average Lakers team that has Kobe Bryant either shooting a million times every game or watching his teammates miss wide open jumpers. Otis, I know it’ll hurt to help them out, but let’s just get it over with. Oster-Tags: Andrew Bynum, dwight howard, WHYOTISSMITHWHY ...

Sister Louise (Claudette) Wiskus, FSPA

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
She was preceded in death by her parents; her brothers, George, Henry, William, Andrew, Bernard and Anthony; and her sisters, Elizabeth, Margaret, Mary, Rose, Carmelita and Bernardine. Friends may call after 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday at St. Rose Convent, La Crosse. A prayer service will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Mary of the Angels Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Thursday at the chapel. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, La Crosse. Jandt-Fredrickson Funeral Homes and Crematory is assisting with the arrangements. Memorials may be sent to Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, 912 Market St., La Crosse. (La Crosse Tribune)

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Enfield; Dorothy Buttry Martin, 91, Norris City; Lillian R. McDaniel, 74, Springerton; Charles "Rooster" Murphy, 70, Mill Shoals; James E. Pepperworth, 92, Grayville; Kenneth D. Asbury, 38, Mt. Carmel; Mary Jo Beck, 53, McLeansboro; Nancy Brand, 73, Grayville; Grace Hillyard, 84, Enfield; Dakota Jones, 17, Norris City; Donald G. Reynolds, 46, Texas; Earllean Silverheels, 79, Fairfield; Margaret E. Wetzel, 95, Princeton, Ind.; Mary Lou Adams, 78, Ballwin, Mo.; Lilly M. Bridgeman, 86, Carmi; Phyllis Davis, 77, Eldorado; Betty L. French, 79, Carmi; Marjorie L. Robinson, 79, Norris City; Wanda M. Terrell, 71, Grayville; Jay W. Willis, 72, Grayville ...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Enfield; Dorothy Buttry Martin, 91, Norris City; Lillian R. McDaniel, 74, Springerton; Charles "Rooster" Murphy, 70, Mill Shoals; James E. Pepperworth, 92, Grayville; Kenneth D. Asbury, 38, Mt. Carmel; Mary Jo Beck, 53, McLeansboro; Nancy Brand, 73, Grayville; Grace Hillyard, 84, Enfield; Dakota Jones, 17, Norris City; Donald G. Reynolds, 46, Texas; Earllean Silverheels, 79, Fairfield; Margaret E. Wetzel, 95, Princeton, Ind.; Mary Lou Adams, 78, Ballwin, Mo.; Lilly M. Bridgeman, 86, Carmi; Phyllis Davis, 77, Eldorado; Betty L. French, 79, Carmi; Marjorie L. Robinson, 79, Norris City; Wanda M. Terrell, 71, Grayville; Jay W. Willis, 72, Grayville ...

Elastec garners state award, sells products in China - Carmi Times

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Bureau. Bingman, of Carmi, was one of 10 4-Hers presented with the Illinois Key Award. Obituaries that appeared in The Carmi Times in June 2011: Merle B. Bartley, 61, Carmi; H. Dean Bratton, 65, Mt. Carmel; Alan Burnett, 54, Carmi; Clifford E. Carter, 86, Louisville, Colo.; Marvin S. Ferguson, 83, Enfield; William R. Fiorini, 69, Grayville; L. Waunita McDaniel, 92, Henderson, Ky.; Carroll C. Rush, 84, Springerton; Carl F. Short, 74, Norris City; Monroe J. Webb, 88, Ewing; Robert Bankston, 67, Grayville; Joianne Burgener, 56, Claremont; R.J. "Bob" Burns, 81, Carmi; Agnes Eterno, 85, Grayville; Charles Felstead, 87, Evansville, Ind.; Aretha Fishback, 92, Carmi; Albert L. Frankland, 88, Carmi; Frances Ruth Cleveland-Montgomery, 77, Cordele, Ga.; Carl Bachman, 94, Lake Wales, Fla.; Gordon F. Dolan, 89, Golden; Brenda K. Dunn, 56, Enfield; Jurgen Grubert, 72, Norris City; Darrel K. Hanks, 76, Carmi; Mary R. Proctor, 73, Mt. Carmel; Joanne Winter, 78, Enfield; Marjorie Schrieber, 84, Red Bud; Thelma Aldrich, 91, New Harmony, Ind.; J.D. Hutchcraft, 71, Carmi; Raymond G. Maurer, 102, Carmi; Floyd S. Shain, 96, Marion; Wanda VanPaassen, 84, Enfield ...

Area man gunned down; trap range closes - Carmi Times

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Ward, 98, McLeansboro; Constance Fenwick, 68, Evansville, Ind.; Duane R. Mason, 71, Grayville; Joyce U. Melton, 89, Indianapolis, Ind.; Paul U. Postel, 81, Grayville; K.R. "Chetty" Proctor, 83, Mt. Carmel; L. Ray Renshaw, 77, Carmi; Lucille Rodgers, 76, Evansville, Ind.; Ralph O. Tarrant, 99, Omaha; Linda Warren, 50, Eldorado; Perry Warren, 90, Elkville; Kel Bratton, 92, Laguna Beach, Calif.; Hazel Colclasure, 81, Burnt Prairie; Naomi H. Foster, 82, Mt. Vernon, Ind.; Carolyn J. Holland, 72, Carmi; Curtis G. O'Dell, 64, Cave-in-Rock; Jim Sullivan, 77, Enfield.




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