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Brendese Philip J Funeral Home
133 Broad Street
Waterford , NY 12188
(518) 237-8296
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Pitts had vivid artistic vision

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
AVID Technology software that helped him work on future projects. Mr. Pitts was born in Chicago, but he and his mother, Johnnie Mae Pitts, moved to the small community of Waterford in Marshall County, Miss., when Mr. Pitts was a young boy. The move meant that young Rod could indulge his love of movies only by watching films on TV or with road trips to Memphis. After graduating from Potts Camp High School, Mr. Pitts enrolled at the University of Memphis, earning a degree as a film major. "He was a wonderful student, and incredibly serious from day one," said University of Memphis film professor David Appleby, who remembered that one night shortly after 9/11 he received a surprising phone call: Mr. Pitts and a fellow film student had been picked up by the police as suspicious characters because they were shooting footage of the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge. "I had to explain to the officers that Rod was, in fact, a film student," Appleby said. Mr. Pitts' 2001 short "Rock and a Hard Place" -- a dark comedy about a budding serial killer -- was his first work to gain any notice, when it was screened during the 2001 Indie Memphis Film Festival. His 2006 shorts "Imagine" and "The Survivor" also had scary or supernatural themes. He worked as an editor, director of photography and producer on numerous projects, in addition to making his own films. In 2008, Mr. Pitts had the first of several strokes, and also faced health problems related to asthma and high blood pressure. Partial and then essentially full paralysis hit in 2010. Mr. Pitts was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a mysterious a... (The Commercial Appeal)

William D. Reynolds - Sturgis Journal

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Chicago Road Café) to catch up with his buddies. He leaves behind a son, Jeff (Karmon) Reynolds of Sturgis; two stepsons, Scott (Michele) Carr of Sturgis and Todd Carr of Waterford; a stepdaughter, Jodi (Carr) DeJarnatt of Bronson; three sisters, Bobbi (Chuck) Michael of Chandler, Ind., Jackie (Tom) Ely of Arcadia, Fla., and Jeri Meadowcroft of Waynesville, N.C.; 12 grandchildren, Allen Alex and Jessi Reynolds, Amanda (Benson) Meek, Michael Carr, Drew Kasey, Stephanie DeJarnatt, Hunter Jourdan, Samantha, Nickolas and Dallas Carr; four stepgrandchildren, Mikayla and Garrett Buglione and Josh and Samantha Wilder; a great-granddaughter, Taeler DeJarnatt; several nieces and nephews; and special friends, Verna and Susan Coblentz. In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place. The family will receive friends from 4-7 p.m. Friday at Hackman Family Funeral Homes — Rosenberg Chapel, 807 E. Chicago Road, Sturgis  for a time of remembering the life of William W.D. Reynolds.   A private graveside service and burial of the ashes will take place  at a later date at Burr Oak Cemetery in Burr Oak. The family suggests those wishing to make a memori...

Chaney to dedicate piano in memory of officer - Youngstown Vindicator

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Sheriff Randall A. Wellington. “He was a hard worker. He was very dependable, he knew his job and he did it well.” Conway is survived by his wife, Sharon, four sons, Robert F. Jr. of New Waterford, Nicholas Conway of East Palestine, Mason Hornyak of Youngstown and Mark Conway of New Middletown; three daughters, Michelle Powell of New Springfield, Nichole Johnson of New Middletown and Melissa Conway of Columbus; and eight grandchildren. Sgt. Chuck VanDyke, who is in charge of the reserves at the sheriff’s office, said Conway graduated from the police academy in 1981 and initially became a reserve deputy under former Sheriff James A. Traficant. “He has been with us ever since,” VanDyke said. Conway was a 1973 graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School and earned his bachelor’s degree from Youngstown State University. He was a member of the Youngstown chapter of the Blue Knights, a police motorcycle organization that contributes to charitable causes. The organization’s website says it has raised money for the Michael Hartzell Scholarship Fund, Make A Wish Foundation, Hospice of the Valley and the Joe Kaluza Fund. Robin Lees, a retired Youngstown Police lieutenant and a Blue Knights member, said that while the club includes many members, Conway was one who was active and involved. “He was always giving of his time,” he said. Conway’s obituary says he loved his dogs and was a supporter of the Paws and Prayers Rescue Group of Akron. Services will be at noon Saturday at Clemente Funeral Home in Struthers, where calling hours will be from 9 a.m. to noon. Memorial tributes in Conway’s name may be made to Paws and Prayers, P.O. Box 2864, Akron, OH 44309.

Rosemarie Butman — Austin

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Rosemarie was a devoted mother and wife, raising three children with Les in Austin. In later years, Rosemarie and Les purchased Glen Lake Animal Hospital in Excelsior, Minn., and relocated to the Waterford neighborhood in Shorewood, where Rosemarie directed her creative talent and love of home and hearth into interior design and real estate, spending winters with Les at their home in Naples, Fla. She was also committed to various organizations and charities, including the Peanuts Chapter of Children’s Hospital, to her volunteer work at St. Therese of Deephaven and St. Ann Catholic Church of Naples, and to her interest in political action through leadership positions in League of Women Voters. For the past 2 1/2 years, Rosemarie enjoyed her home and friendships at the Summerwood Community in Chanhassen.Rosemarie is survived by her three children, Barbara Butman McCall and son-in-law Michael McCall, Lisa Butman and Jack Butman and daughter-in-law, Leslie Winton Butman; her grandchildren, Eric Roach (Lindsay), Evan McCall, Elizabeth Roach, Parker Butman and Taylor Butman; a brother, Sam Albert of Ironwood, Mich.; sisters, Lamese Davies of Greenville, S.C., and Lucille Hurrell; a brother-in-law, Jim Hurrell, of Wheaton, I... (Post Bulletin)

Doreen Montgomery Predmore — Marion

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Irish up”). She was an avid lover of dogs and spent many happy days in the company of her Dobermans, Paddy and Damon. Doreen enjoyed collecting bells, her favorite being a Waterford Crystal bell she got in 1996 when she visited Ireland with her husband, son and daughter. She was able to make four return visits to Ireland in her lifetime.Doreen is survived by her husband of 67 years, Russell Predmore. Her children, Lawrence (Susan) Predmore of Predmore, Raymond (Pam) Predmore and daughter, Maureen (Jim) Newell of Marion. Her seven grandchildren, Sarah (Cini Morn) Predmore, Ryan (Melinda) Predmore, Kelly (Todd) Predmore Rodgers, Robert Predmore, Jessica (Luke) Wittkop, Ira (Gina) Newell and Laura (Ryan) Lowry. Her great-grandchildren are, Kacy, Eric and Ray Morn, Aaron Wittkop and Aria Newell.Macken Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.On-line condolences are welcome at www.mackenfuneralhome.com... (Post Bulletin)

Doreen Montgomery Predmore — Marion

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Irish up”). She was an avid lover of dogs and spent many happy days in the company of her Dobermans, Paddy and Damon. Doreen enjoyed collecting bells, her favorite being a Waterford Crystal bell she got in 1996 when she visited Ireland with her husband, son and daughter. She was able to make four return visits to Ireland in her lifetime.Doreen is survived by her husband of 67 years, Russell Predmore. Her children, Lawrence (Susan) Predmore of Predmore, Raymond (Pam) Predmore and daughter, Maureen (Jim) Newell of Marion. Her seven grandchildren, Sarah (Cini Morn) Predmore, Ryan (Melinda) Predmore, Kelly (Todd) Predmore Rodgers, Robert Predmore, Jessica (Luke) Wittkop, Ira (Gina) Newell and Laura (Ryan) Lowry. Her great-grandchildren are, Kacy, Eric and Ray Morn, Aaron Wittkop and Aria Newell.Macken Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.On-line condolences are welcome at www.mackenfuneralhome.com... (Post Bulletin)

Heather McAulay Heming - Midland Daily News

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Beth Burrell Dunckel and Jay Owens. Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011, at the Coats Funeral Home, Waterford, MI. To send a private condolence go to www.CoatsFuneralHome.com/Obituaries ...




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