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33 Warner Road
Huntington , NY 11743
(631) 368-8770
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33 Warner Road
Huntington , NY 11743
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A half-century later, man seeks details of father's death in Tampa - Tampabay.com

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Two decades later, in 2005, he began to search for his birth family. He discovered that he had three older siblings, Crys, Robin and Teresa, who grew up in Huntington, W.Va. Their mother, Betty Workman, died in 1992. Robert Workman, their father, was an alcoholic who became estranged from the family and moved to Tampa. They heard he died in an accident in 1962. But as Christlieb began to dig deeper, newspaper clippings, obituaries and police reports told a more complete story of Robert Workman's demi...

Burton says he'll leave Capitol Hill, not seek 16th term - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
The 5th District includes Grant, Madison, Hamilton and Tipton counties and parts of Marion, Blackford, Boone and Howard counties. It had included Huntington County, which, because of redistricting, will join northeast Indiana’s 3rd District for this year’s primary and general elections. Burton said Tuesday he will finish his 15th two-year term in the House. He is a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, which he chaired from 1997 until 2002. “He really took it as his job to challenge the Clinton administration,” Wolf said about the oversight panel’s investigations of the White House. Burton also tangled with the George W. Bush White House over Burton’s demand for the release of Justice Department documents on mob informants. “He did get under their skin at times as well,” Wolf said. Burton’s best-known legislation was the Helms-Burton Act of 1996, which strengthened the U.S. economic embargo against Cuba. nkelly@jg.net bfrancisco@jg.net ...

Phyllis Irene McCabe ? Cresco, Iowa

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Aaron McCabe, Ashley McCabe, Megan McCabe Moore (Dominic) and Colin McCabe.She was preceded in death by her husband and parents, Phillip and Louise (Krueger) DeGreve, four sisters: Elsie Huntington, Genevieve Sjobakken, Malinda Peterson and Alice Stevenson and two brothers: Sterling Huntington and Elmer DeGreve, who died in infancyMemorials are suggested to the church or the recreation fund at the Care Center. (Post Bulletin)

Funeral for Retired Fire Capt. Set - Patch.com

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Santa Anita Avenue• Closed to all vehicle traffic, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., Duarte Road to Fano Street.Baldwin Avenue• Northbound closed to all vehicle traffic, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Huntington Drive to the 210 Freeway.Huntington Drive• Eastbound vehicle traffic toward Campus Drive will be diverted to southbound Holly Avenue, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.• Westbound left turn lanes at Holly Avenue closed, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.• Eastbound left turn lanes at Baldwin Avenue, Gate 1, and La Cadena Avenue closed, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Holly Avenue• Northbound closed to all vehicle traffic, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m, Fairview Avenue to Huntington Drive.Park Avenue• Closed to all vehicle traffic, 8 a.m. to 12:30 pm, at Campus Drive.Traffic will be extremely congested during the listed time periods. Use alternate routes or avoid the area during this time, if at all possible. If dropping off a student at AHS, we suggest arriving at least 15 minutes early Monday. Also, consider dropping off your student outside the listed closures and allowing them to walk. The closures should not impact pick-up from AHS at the end of the school day.The road closures and procession will also impact access to the Westfield Santa Anita Mall between 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The procession will travel west on Huntington Drive from Holly Avenue, and northbound on Baldwin Avenue. Access to the mall will be limited during the procession.Alternative routes may include Foothill Boulevard or Duarte Road for east-west traffic, and Rosemead Boulevard or Second Avenue for north-south traffic.Should you have any questions pertaining to the services or closures, please contact the Arcadia Fire Department Public Information Officer Beth Stogner at 626-574-5112 or the on-duty Battalion Chief at 626-574-5102.

On Lee Fohl and the Lessons of Cleveland Fandom - Waiting For Next Year

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
After stints with the Huntington Blue Sox and the Waterbury Contenders, Fohl proved the author wrong and made it back to the majors in 1915 – as a coach with the newly-christened Cleveland Indians. About a month into the season, manager Joe Birmingham was ousted and Fohl, who’d been warming up pitchers in the bullpen, was unceremoniously named temporary manager. The Tribe finished seventh (of eight) in the American League that year, a depressing 44.5 games behind the pennant-winning Boston Red Sox. But in his first full year managing the Indians, Fohl seemed to hit his stride. A July 1916 article in The Day described him as a “managerial find”, going on to say, “Despite every obstacle, with a pitching staff of kids shot to pieces, Fohl has rallied his team after every retreat and continues to stick in the thick of the fight.” Things must have fallen off after that, though, as Cleveland finished just sixth in the league that year. The Indians finished third in 1917 and continued to improve into 1918. An article titled ‘Saying Little, Sawing Wood’, dated May 16, 1918, and clipped from a newspaper I can’t identify had this to say about the team and its manager: Hit harder than any other American League club during the winter by the draft and starting the season with about half his team on the sick list, most critics counted Lee Fohl’s Indians out of it, but the silent Dutchman smiled grimly, set his teeth and plugged away. Don’t think he was off in a corner grumbling at his fate, however. Lee has a way of doing things without making a noise, and doing them well. Those who don’t believe it are invited to inspect the standings of the clubs. Of course the Indians are not expected to stay up there, but you never can tell about a silent man – still water runs deep. The “of course the Indians are not expected to stay up there” gets me every time. Reality always seems to get in the way for Cleveland, doesn’t it? At any rate, Fohl and the Indians finished second in the league in 1918 and seemed on their way to even better things in 1919 – at one point in June, they were tied with the Chicago White Sox for first place. They’d slipped a bit after that and were in third when the Boston Red Sox and Babe Ruth came to town the next month. On July 18, 1919, the Indians had a 7-4 lead over the Red Sox going into the ninth inning. Cleveland’s pitcher, Elmer Myers, struggled and the Red Sox loaded the bases for Ruth. Fohl called for Fritz Coumbe, a leftie, from the bullpen. The story goes that Ruth missed Coumbe’s first curveball but connected on the second, sending it over the right field wall in League Park for a grand slam and the eventual win. What exactly happened next varies depending on the storyteller, but the outcome is the same – the next day, Fohl was no longer manager of the Cleveland Indians. Some news outlets said he was fired, others said he was asked to resign, and still others said the Indians had long wanted to hand the reigns over to star centerfielder Tris Speaker and were just waiting for an event to precipitate the change. How did the 1920 Indians, whom Fohl had developed from duds to contenders in his five years as manager, do under Speaker? They won the pennant, of course. What is a feel-good story for Cleveland ends up falling flat for me. That’s not to say Fohl’s efforts went unnoticed – his turnaround of the Indians led to managing gigs with the St. Louis Browns and the Red Sox. Three years’ worth of losing records in Boston, though, spell...

Sean Collins, Trusted Forecaster for Surfers, Dies at 59

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Surfline.com, whose forecasts and real-time views of beaches reach 1.5 million surfers a week, died on Monday in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 59. Jason Murray Sean Collins in 2002 in Huntington Beach, Calif. His business, Surfline, provided up-to-date information on surf conditions. While playing tennis, he had a heart attack, his business partner, David Gilovich, said. Before Surfline, dedica... (New York Times)

Gregory Lyle Klemish

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Alice Klemish of River Falls; daughters Kelly (Dean) Steinmetz of Menomonie, Kari (Jason) Weber of Albertville, Minn., Kiley (Joe) Gilboe of Prior Lake, Minn.; step-children Brenda Claire of Huntington Beach, Calif., Jessica (Mike) Byrnes of Delafield, Brendan (Rosie) Early of Los Angeles; and nine grandchildren; his father, Lyle Klemish of Chippewa Falls; sisters Debbie (Conrad) Anderson of Maiden Rock, Pam (John) Turner of Elburn, Ill., and Jackie Klemish of Chippewa Falls; brother Jeff Klemish of Chippewa Falls; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother, Helen (Schwartz) Klemish. Mass of Christian burial will be held for Gregory on Monday, Dec. 19 at 10:30 a.m., at St. Bridget Catholic Church in River Falls, with Father Ge... (The Chippewa Herald)

Obituary for LOPEZ

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Ignacio G. Lopez; daughter Amanda L. Lopez and boyfriend Justin Butler; grandchildren Felix, Leandra Bishop and Marcus Butler. Mary's beloved family are Amy and Manuel Gutierrez and family of Huntington Park, CA., Adelina Trujillo and family, Paul Sanchez, Alex and Irene Trujillo and family, Joe Trujillo, John and Cathy Trujillo and family, Diane Perez and family. She has risen into heaven and will watch over all of us.         Published on: Sat December 10, 2011 ... (Albuquerque Journal)

Madelon Stanley, 90, of Parkersburg, - Jackson County Newspapers

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Rick of Parkersburg, WV; six grandchildren, Steve Stanley and wife Roxanna of Ravenswood, WV; Mark Stanley and wife Dixie of Stone Creek, OH; Terri (Stanley) Miller and husband Scott of Huntington, WV; Chris Grose and wife Rebekah of Vincent, OH; Brian Arose and wife Donna of Vienna, WV; and Jeff Grose and wife Candice of Parkersburg, WV; eleven great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren; and sister Jean Sheets of Parkersburg, WV.In addition to her husband, Madelon was preceded in death by her parents Barney and Pocahontas Guinn of Parkersburg, WV; sisters Naomi Gilson and Hilda Carlson. and brothers James Guinn and Roy Guinn.Funeral services were held on Tuesday at 11:00 AM at Belpre Church of Christ, Belpre, OH.Memorial donations may be made to Ohio Valley University.

Madelon Stanley, 90, of Parkersburg, - Jackson County Newspapers

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Rick of Parkersburg, WV; six grandchildren, Steve Stanley and wife Roxanna of Ravenswood, WV; Mark Stanley and wife Dixie of Stone Creek, OH; Terri (Stanley) Miller and husband Scott of Huntington, WV; Chris Grose and wife Rebekah of Vincent, OH; Brian Arose and wife Donna of Vienna, WV; and Jeff Grose and wife Candice of Parkersburg, WV; eleven great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren; and sister Jean Sheets of Parkersburg, WV.In addition to her husband, Madelon was preceded in death by her parents Barney and Pocahontas Guinn of Parkersburg, WV; sisters Naomi Gilson and Hilda Carlson. and brothers James Guinn and Roy Guinn.Funeral services were held on Tuesday at 11:00 AM at Belpre Church of Christ, Belpre, OH.Memorial donations may be made to Ohio Valley University.




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