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A C Baker and Son Funeral Home
30 East Main Street
Marathon , NY 13803
(607) 692-3700
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Marathon , NY 13803
(607) 849-3829
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Veterinarian, marathoner lived for racing - Tampabay.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
If something was wrong, she acted on it. By noon, the vet was free to take a break, which for her meant going for a swim or logging some miles on her racing bicycle. Some marathon or triathlon always loomed on her calendar. She was back at the track well before post time. When the gates opened, she trailed the thoroughbreds in a pickup, ready in case a horse went down. At times, the person who communicated with horses better than anyone else had to euthanize them on the spot. Dr. Randall, who lived out her dreams of treating animals for a living and competing in marathon races, including 25 Boston Marathons and an Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii, die...

Obituary for BLAUGRUND

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Search Results BLAUGRUND -- MARVIN LEE Age 67, Husband, Father, Highly Respected Dentist, Golfer, Marathon Runner, Veteran, long time native of Albuquerque New Mexico passed away with his family by his side June 23, 2012. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and graduated from Baylor Dental School in Dallas Texas in 1971. After Dental school he was an Officer in the US Army stationed in Heidelberg Germany for 3 years. When he left the Army as a Major ... (Albuquerque Journal)

William J. Murphy, funeral director, volunteer

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Dec. 24, 1929—Jan. 29, 2012 William J. Murphy, a longtime North Buffalo funeral director, marathon runner and civic volunteer, died Jan. 29 of pneumonia in Buffalo General Medical Center. He was 82. A lifelong resident of North Buffalo, he attended Mount St. Joseph School, Bennett High School and the University of Buffalo. After graduating from the Simmons School of Mortuary Science in Syracuse, he went to work with his father, Earl J., who had founded the Murphy Funeral Home on Hertel... (The Buffalo News)

Five Boro Bike Tour draws 32000 cyclists to New York City on May 6 - Lehighvalleylive.com

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Kelly Huth forced me to eat a cheesesteak. Here in The Express-Times newsroom we have a lot of bigshots who have gained major achievements in physical fitness events. We're talking half-marathons and whatnot. The most notable achievement I can claim in recent memory is a 5K arse-whuppin' of a wobbly, blubbery local blogger. And he's been working out feverishly with the hope that I'll allow him a rematch (I won't). I began a strict workout regimen Sunday. Well, strict might be a little strong, but I began it.A stark difference of opinion has developed among those who have considered the idea of me pedaling my way across New York City for 40 miles. Some say it's a piece of cake and I can get 'er done in less than three hours. Others snicker and point to my lack of athleticism. They say it's just as likely that I keel over during the trek.To that I say fiddle-faddle, but if it so happens that I do succumb during the event, please someone make certain my obituary notes that I am unhappy to have perished in NYC. As a Philadelphia sports fan, the last thing I want is for New York to once again get the better of me.At least one person is suggesting I consider the New York Marathon. I haven't ruled it out, but it seems HIGHLY unlikely. I'm happy enough to give this event a shot.I'm trying to figure out how to make this some kind of charity fundraiser, so keep an eye out for that. And if you have any suggestions on preparation, let me have it. The event includes 32,000 riders and I'm fixin' to win it.

William "Bill" F. Linnane - The Coloradoan

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Colo. where he was the Public Works Director for 18 years. After moving to Fort Collins, he was self-employed in Real Estate and Management for two years. Bill was an avid runner, running in many marathons and actually ran the Summit County and Chicago marathons in one week. Bill loved the outdoors and enjoyed stream fishing. In 1985, he and Diane went to North Carolina where they spent time surf fishing from sun up until sun down. Bill loved "putzing" around the house and had every tool imaginable. There was not anything Bill could not fix. Bill is survived by his wife, Diane Zelhofer; daughters, Andrea and Jaimie Linnane of Fort Collins, Colo. ; sister Mary Lu Linnane of Chicago, Ill. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bill and Alice Linnane. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Cha...

William "Bill" F. Linnane - The Coloradoan

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Colo. where he was the Public Works Director for 18 years. After moving to Fort Collins, he was self-employed in Real Estate and Management for two years. Bill was an avid runner, running in many marathons and actually ran the Summit County and Chicago marathons in one week. Bill loved the outdoors and enjoyed stream fishing. In 1985, he and Diane went to North Carolina where they spent time surf fishing from sun up until sun down. Bill loved "putzing" around the house and had every tool imaginable. There was not anything Bill could not fix. Bill is survived by his wife, Diane Zelhofer; daughters, Andrea and Jaimie Linnane of Fort Collins, Colo. ; sister Mary Lu Linnane of Chicago, Ill. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bill and Alice Linnane. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Cha...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
The event drew only 23 "big" cars. Mayor David Port cast the deciding vote following a 4-4 tie on the Carmi City Council to raise electric rates by 4.9 cents per kilowatt hour. The vote followed a marathon 90-minute discussion about the issue. Those voting for the increase were Aldermen Steve Winkleman, Ralph Anselment, Kenneth Carter and Tim Pollard. Voting against the increase were Aldermen Mark Blake, Doug Hays, Jack Lamont and Jeff Pollard. Those wanting the increase pointed out the rates had not been increased for many years, the electrical provider to the city announced it was going to raise rates and the increase amounted to only a $7 monthly increase for the average consumer. Those against it argued times were tough for working people and those on fixed incomes and that another increase being levied against them by government was unfair. IDOT officials closed the main road into Maunie after a bridge just outside the village was deemed unsafe in the wake of significant spring floods. A registered sex offender was arrested in Crossville after he was found inside a couple's home in his birthday suit. The 67-year-old man was apparently disoriented and was adamant that he was inside his own home. Carmi's Don Seitz was honored at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield as he was inducted into the Illinois 4-H Foundation Hall of Fame. Carmi's Wil Bingman was also honored as one of four students statewide to receive the Legacy of Leadership scholarship. Midland Ag Center became part of Crop Production Services. The farm service company is located off Epworth Road and was sold by Chris Rogers, Jack Martin and Mike Martin to CPS. Rogers was named manager of the newly-owned business. Two local residents were ...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
The event drew only 23 "big" cars. Mayor David Port cast the deciding vote following a 4-4 tie on the Carmi City Council to raise electric rates by 4.9 cents per kilowatt hour. The vote followed a marathon 90-minute discussion about the issue. Those voting for the increase were Aldermen Steve Winkleman, Ralph Anselment, Kenneth Carter and Tim Pollard. Voting against the increase were Aldermen Mark Blake, Doug Hays, Jack Lamont and Jeff Pollard. Those wanting the increase pointed out the rates had not been increased for many years, the electrical provider to the city announced it was going to raise rates and the increase amounted to only a $7 monthly increase for the average consumer. Those against it argued times were tough for working people and those on fixed incomes and that another increase being levied against them by government was unfair. IDOT officials closed the main road into Maunie after a bridge just outside the village was deemed unsafe in the wake of significant spring floods. A registered sex offender was arrested in Crossville after he was found inside a couple's home in his birthday suit. The 67-year-old man was apparently disoriented and was adamant that he was inside his own home. Carmi's Don Seitz was honored at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield as he was inducted into the Illinois 4-H Foundation Hall of Fame. Carmi's Wil Bingman was also honored as one of four students statewide to receive the Legacy of Leadership scholarship. Midland Ag Center became part of Crop Production Services. The farm service company is located off Epworth Road and was sold by Chris Rogers, Jack Martin and Mike Martin to CPS. Rogers was named manager of the newly-owned business. Two local residents were ...

Stay injury free in the new year - Greenville News

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Jeni Schumacher, owner of Greenville’s RoadWaves Fitness, first discusses goals and then tries to ensure the goals are reasonable. “Lots of people set these goals to run a marathon at age 50, or complete an Ironman,” she said. “We get people who want to ride (100-mile) Mount Mitchell and when you ask them the longest they’ve ever ridden they say it was 20 miles and they really struggled with that. “Well, you have to let them know Mount Mitchell is in May and that’s not realistic now.” Schumacher instead encourages “stepping stones” toward the goal will help prevent injuries that come with trying to do too much, too soon. “I never, ever tell them it’s impossible,” she said. “If they have a goal, it’s achievable. But it just make take more time.” At Greenville’s Acceleration Sports Institute, Daniel Rochester has to educate his beginners about DOMS, or delayed onset muscle soreness. You may know it has that achy feeling you had after playing touch football with the kids for two hours on Sunday afternoon and then feeling like you’ve been run over with a truck when you get out of bed Monday morning. (Page 2 of 2) “That going to occur with pro athletes, with weekend warriors and with stay-at-home moms,” he said. “Anyone who does a workout that isn’t appropriate for their fitness level can get that.” The key to avoiding DOMS — and it is very real and can be very painful — is to pace yourself and know where you’re at. You should be able to tell the difference between DOMS and a...

Brunettes, Jocks, Cooking Shows, and Other Gifts that Keep Giving - Memphis Flyer (blog)

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
They say the Catholic Church has you after your childhood, and teams do too. I’m surprised that people spend $40 a ticket or more to sit in the nosebleed seats at an NBA game. The St. Jude Marathon is still most impressive local participant sports event, with 13,000 people running 5k or 26 miles. I’m sweating though if I have to find sponsors for the tennis tournament, golf tournament, and minor sports with our corporate community shrinking. I think Peter King of Sports Illustrated is an exemplary reporter. His Monday notes, analysis, commentary, and reporting on Sunday’s games are better than the games themselves. What a workhorse he is. Another sportswriter, Jason Gay of the Wall Street Journal, is also really good — funny, serious, and original in the difficult twice-a-week format that limits the timely topics. News Media. The Wall Street Journal has changed a lot under Rupert Murdoch from a business newspaper to more of a general interest newspaper with daily reports on fashion, sports, and fitness and health. The Journal’s brand has always been separation of reporting and the editorial page. The reporting is so good it can and should be a course syllabus in Journalism 101. Compassionate, wide-ranging, fair, fiends on attribution and accuracy. But after 30 years I can’t read the editorials or the Oped columnists with the exception of Dorothy Rabinowitz who manages to be tough as nails, brilliant, jaded, always interesting, and look like a woman in a Woody Allen movie. I still admire the Journal's disdain for on-the-one-hand-on-the-other-hand columns. The New York Times put up a pay wall, and I paid. Gail Collins is great. So is Maureen Dowd. I can’t make it through a Thomas Friedman column though, much less his latest book, "That Used to Be Us." David Brooks is good in his back and forth with Collins but otherwise kind of blah. Why don’t conservatives ever criticize their own? On the list of Things I Don't Do Much Any More: watch the national news at 5:30 p.m. Bad timing. I’ve checked national papers several times already, and the drug commercials drive me crazy. Boniva my ass. Sally Field is the D...




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