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Allen Manzer Funeral Home
56 North Main Street
Spencer , NY 14883
(607) 589-4900
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Edson W. Spencer, Longtime Chief of Honeywell, Dies at 85

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Edson W. Spencer, who as chief executive and chairman of Honeywell shifted the company away from computers and into aeronautics and industrial controls, died on March 25 at his home in Wayzata, Minn. He was 85. The cause was progressive supranuclear palsy, a degenerative brain disease, his family said. Mr. Spencer began his career at Honeywell in the mid-1950s as an aeronautical engineer and ended it with... (New York Times)

Wren, Mauldin each win twice at IP Classic - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Thompson went 4-for-11 with three runs scored and an RBI. Tollison went 6-for-14 with a home run. Among those chosen for the tournament’s all-academic team were Greenville’s Steven Wohlrab, Mauldin’s Spencer Peay and Wren’s Alex Etherton. Wren’s Adam House won the baserunning contest. Wren’s Jackson, a University of South Carolina recruit, was among those listed on ESPN’s preseason South Carolina high school baseball all-state team. Byrnes, No. 1 in Class AAAA, had three players on the team: outfielders Steven Duggar and Reed Rohlman and pitcher-shortstop Alex Cunningham. Also listed on the 20-member team were Greenville third baseman Glenn Batson, Eastside shortstop Weston Jackson and Palmetto pitcher Steven Cooper. Batson, Duggar and Rohlman are Clemson University signees. Batson, a junior, will miss the season after labrum surgery. Kyle Heppeard, who played collegiately as a catcher at Ohio University, is the new baseball coach at Shannon Forest. The Crusaders also have a first-year track program, coached by Bob Collins and Elizabeth Tate. The team has five meets scheduled in its first season. Easley senior Joseph Smith has signed to continue his football career as a long snapper at NCAA Division II Delta State (Miss.) University. Former North Greenville University Jamey Ch...

Clarksville reporter begins journey through her genealogy - Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
I have so much I want to do, including talking to my grandfather, Samuel Green in Hopkinsville, my aunt Susie and my only grandmother, Eunice Spencer in Detroit. I know I will learn a lot from the researchers in my family and some things I may not learn. In many families some memories are painful and not spoken about. During my short research I’ve discovered the death of several stillborn babies, other family members who died young in tragic ways and multiple marriages as well as children born out of wedlock. (Page 3 of 3) And although some may not like to talk about those things, it is part of our history and if we don’t know our history it can easily be repeated. I wish there were a lot pictures and I’m sure there are some out there that I simply haven’t discovered. I want to find as many pictures as I can and get copies and document our family in book form. If I ever have children I want to show them, not just tell them, about our family. It will be a “gift,” as Curry calls it. As a journalist, I think it’s my calling to become the family researcher and historian in some ways. It has been fun and it is something I will continue to do. I’ve learned things my father and mother didn’t know and found questions with no answers, which intrigues me even more to find the answers. The project that I thought would take a month or so will take many many years, but I am up for the challenge of researching where I come from. We’ve come a long way and I don’t want to forget the path my ancestors walked, making it easier for me to do what I do every day. I’m sure the Hunts of Montgomery County knew about The Leaf-Chronicle or The Clarksville Leaf Chronicle, as it was called in 1890, but never knew one day one of their descendants would write for a newspaper in which at one time they could not have their name printed.

Obituary for Myrilene Mullins

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Ezell (Charles), Thomas Mullins (Anmol) and Beth Scarvey (Tim); grandchildren, Lori Ezell, Matthew Ezell, Katie Drummonds, Ryan Mullins, and Hunter Mullins; greatgrandchildren, Scott Donahue and Spencer Kellogg; two sisters and four brothers.The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, at the North Chapel and 10 a.m. until time of service Wednesday.Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, at the North Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home with the Rev. Jeff Lambert officiating.Burial will be at Hamilton Memorial Gardens.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made ... (Chattanooga Press)

Filings show power of super PACs to shape presidential contest - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Romney, who amassed millions running a venture capital firm, did not dip into his fortune for a campaign loan. He ended January with nearly $7.7 million cash in the bank. Romney finance chairman Spencer Zwick said fundraising remains on track. “We are the only campaign who has the organization and resources to go the distance of a long primary process,” he said in a statement. “We know there is a long road ahead, and we will remain steady.” The disclosure came Monday as Republican candidates and new outside political groups, known as super PACs, began filing reports detailing how much they raised and spent in January amid the early weeks of the GOP nomination battle. The documents demonstrate the power of super PACs to shape the presidential contest. Restore Our Future, a super PAC supporting Romney’s presidential ambitions, spent nearly $14 million in January as it blistered his opponents with negative ads in three early voting states, the reports show. The super PAC ended the month with $16.3 million in the bank, demonstrating it has the resources to continue the barrage against Romney’s rivals ahead of the Michigan and Arizona primaries Feb. 28 and Su...

Stanley earns first PGA victory - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
OTTSDALE, ARIZ — Clemson Tigers alum Kyle Stanley pulled off a comeback on Sunday afternoon that would have Joe Montana smiling. Stanley remarkably came from 8 shots behind against third round leader Spencer Levin that was larger than the lead he surrendered last week in San Diego. Last Sunday Stanley, who held a 5-shot lead over his closest competitor to start his final round, stood on the 18th hole...

Tony Blankley, Gingrich Aide and Columnist, Dies at 62

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
He lived in Great Falls, Va., on a “gentleman’s farm” where livestock included horses, ponies, chickens and llamas. Besides his wife, he is survived by three children, Spencer, Trevor and Ana. Mr. Blankley retained his loyalty to Mr. Gingrich throughout his life. Late last year, in one of his last syndicated columns, he wrote that the Republican Party needed a presidential candidate who could “make sense of the terrible events and forces that weigh down our country; be capable of vividly describing our plight and what needs to be done; and convince the public that he or she has the intelligence, courage, experience and sheer willful capacity to force events favorably to America’s historic interests and needs.” “As I have chosen to phrase that question,” he continued, “the question answers itself. It is the G.O.P. candidate currently at the top of the polls — my former boss New Gingrich.” ... (New York Times)

No. 2 Alabama beats No. 1 LSU 21-0 for BCS title - Greenville News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
LSU’s Jordan Jefferson started to scramble toward the line, but at the last second flipped the ball toward Spencer Ware. Problem was, Ware had turned to block and Mosley snagged the ball and set up Alabama at the Tigers 27. (Page 2 of 2) Mosley was twisted down to the turf by Jefferson and his left leg bent awkwardly. The sophomore stayed down for several minutes and as the medical staff worked on him Alabama fans chanted his first name. As he was carted off, sitting up on the back of a golf cart, he got a huge ovation and pumped his fist. Alabama couldn’t convert the field position into points as Shelley dropped to 4 for 6 on the day, missing wide right on a 41-yarder with 5:38 left in the third. The next time down, he booted a 44-yarder, giving him more field goals than any kicker has ever had in a college bowl game. His seven attempts were also a record. The Tide faked a 49-yard attempt early in the second quarter and went with a shovel pass to backup tight end Chris Underwood that gained 4 yards. He reached the first-down marker by the nose of the football. The drive didn’t last much longer and Shelley’s 42-yard attempt was blocked by LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers. Shelley came back to make one from 34 yards with 4:24 left in the half, and from 41 yards as time expired in the first half. Alabama opened the second half with another solid drive that stalled, but Shelley tacked on another 3-pointer from 35 yards. LSU’s offense was shut down completely. The Tigers managed two first downs and 66 yards through three quarters. The Tide, led by linebackers Courtney Upshaw and Mosley, gave Jefferson no space to run the option and only short gains when he passes. It was Alabama’s special teams that struck first in the first BCS title game to match teams from the same conference. Punt returner Marquis Maze found a lane and broke into the open around midfield, though he pulled up instead of trying to get around punter Brad Wing and grabbed his left leg while running out of bounds at the LSU 26 after a 49-yard run-back. Maze, the Ti...

Teacher, lifeguard George Marth dies at 82 - Newsday (subscription)

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Not a Newsday or Optimum Online® subscriber? Click here Originally published: December 28, 2011 9:19 PMUpdated: December 28, 2011 9:55 PMBy BILL BLEYER Photo credit: Ken Spencer Portrait of George Marth, a 76 year old former lifeguard at Jones Beach. He worked there during summers for about 40 years. (June 19, 2006) Jones Beach played a huge role in George Marth's life. His nighttime childhood visits led to a summer lifeguard career that culminated with him serving as head of the Long Island s...

Andrew Geller, Architect, Is Dead at 87

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Hamptons, and who helped bring modernism to the masses with prefabricated cottages sold at Macy’s, died on Sunday in Syracuse. He was 87 and lived in Spencer, N.Y. The cause was kidney failure, said his grandson Jake Gorst. At the industrial design firm Raymond Loewy & Associates (later Raymond Loewy/William Snaith Inc.), where he worked for 35 years, Mr. Geller designed the “typical American house” shown at the American National Exhibition in Moscow in 1959. The house ignited the famous Kitchen Debate between Vice President Richard M. Nixon and... (New York Times)

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