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46 West Main Street
Waterloo , NY 13165
(315) 539-2931
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Doran Funeral Home Inc
30 Center Street
Waterloo , NY 13165
(315) 568-5700
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Benedict 'Ben' Thome — Adams

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Johnsburg, to Joseph and Rosina (Faas) Thome; he grew up on a farm near Meyer, Iowa. He served in the United States Marine Corps during World War II, and after the war worked at Rath packing in Waterloo, Iowa. On May 22, 1950, Ben married Mary Magdalen Heimer "Toots" at Johnsburg.He started farming near Johnsburg in 1952. In October of 1963, he bought a farm near Adams. He moved there in February 1964 and retired from farming in 1990. He lived on his farm until his passing. He worked for KJ Retterath for many years... (Post Bulletin)

Marian Ilene Dixon

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
They loved spending time fishing together on the Alsea River for many years. Marian enjoyed all kinds of arts and crafts, especially painting and quilting. She and Arthur attended the Waterloo Chapel. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Arthur Dixon of Lebanon; daughter Karen Eckert and husband Robert of La Selva Beach, Calif.; son Bob Dixon and wife Jane of Cottage Grove; grandsons Yale and Clark Eckert, and Ryan and Cameron Dixon; and great-granddaughter Stella Lilly Eckert. Marian was preceded in death by her sister, Dorothy Galvin; and her parents. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21, at Waterloo Chapel. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Waterloo Chapel, sent in care of Huston-Jost Funeral Home, 86 W. Grant St., Lebanon, OR 97355. (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Read Birmingham newspapers dating back to the 1700s - Birmingham Mail

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
British Library and online publisher brightsolid. It chronicles the way world events affected the people of the Second City, including Daily Post reports from the frontline of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, Queen Victoria’s coronation of 1838, and the first day of the 20th century, which devoted pages to the latest news from fighting in the Boer War in South Africa. Local news included a story about a cruise starting in the Midlands and heading to the Italian Riviera and a report that the Midland Railway sold more than £5 million worth of tickets in the previous six months. Cases in the city’s coroners’ court reported that two women died from “heavy drinking” and there was a fatal railway accident. More issues are being added to bring th...

Lyle Richard Jahnke

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
DORCHESTER, Iowa — Lyle Richard Jahnke, 47, of Dorchester died Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011, at his home. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Waterloo Ridge Lutheran Church, rural Spring Grove, Minn. where visitation will be 9 to 11 a.m. Private family burial will be at a later date. Roble Funeral Home, Spring Grove, is assisting the family. (La Crosse Tribune)

Stephen Conner - Oskaloosa news

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Chris Snyder and his wife, Jenny, of Oskaloosa, Iowa and Stephen B. Conner and his fiancée, Nicole Kooiker, of Leon, Iowa; two daughters and their husbands: Bethany and Jason Fliehler of Waterloo, Iowa, and Lana and Ryan Reed of Ottumwa, Iowa; eight grand-children: Ellie, Payton and Levi Snyder; Dillon and Laney Fliehler; and Conner, Kylee and Colt Reed. He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Sabra Lanphier of Knoxville, Iowa. Steve was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Edith Conner and his father-in-law, Bill Lanphier. Memorials may be made to Christ at the Crossroads Radio Ministry in Centerville, Iowa or the New Sharon Fire and Rescue Unit. Share this story Posted by K.Allsup on Nov 14 2011. Filed under Obituaries. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site. - Jesup Citizen Herald

Sun, Nov 6, 2011
Wirtz of Dike; also, her brothers and sisters, Cliff Mills of Bellville, TX, Tom Mills of Yuma, AZ, Marlyn Mills of Dunkerton, Patricia Wagner of Denver, Bob Mills of Needles, CA and Joy Aegerter of Waterloo; grandchildren, Nick (Tifanie) Kresser, Adam Kresser, Justin (Becky) Kresser, Cody (Breanna Ollig) Kresser, Olivia Kresser, Kayla (Wade) Putnam, Greg (Jessica) Sondag, Jessica (Scott) Good, Scott Sondag, Dustin Sondag, Matt Sondag, Maraya Sondag, Blake Sondag, Ashley (Matt) Johnson, and Courtney Wirtz; and ten great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Blytha Mills; a son, Tommy Sondag; and a brother, James Mills.Memorials may be directed to Allen Hospice in Lynda’s name.Online condolences may be left by visiting under obituaries. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. blog comments powered by...

Mary Faye Kagee

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Bill and Mary started their family with first born Sue in 1953. They moved to Lebanon in 1955, and had their second born, Karen, in 1956. In August 1960 Mary and Bill moved to Waterloo Road where Bill still logged, with Deer Creek Logging. There his passion for having horses grew, and Mary’s passion grew with his. They started racing horses in 1962. Together they built Twin Fir Stables, with quarter and thoroughbred race horses, Kagee’s Tack, Warm Air and Kagee Trailers. They raced their horses all over Oregon, including the bush tracks. In 1970 they ventured to Boise to race at Les Bois Park, which became their “second home” for 37 years in the summer. Portland Meadows was it in the winter. Mary would say, “Horse racing, it just gets in your blood.” Mary was “mom” or “grandma” to a lot of people. She was very caring and nurturing, and wanted no one to go without. Her way to make sure of that was to cook. Whe... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

ON PIER 6: Bradley Nears Pacquiao, DiBella & the Maravilla Mess, Cortez ... - The Cruelest Sport

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Barker has never fought on this level before, and there is no reason to think that he will suddenly enter the ring tomorrow night ready to thrash Martinez the way the “Iron Duke” whipped Napoleon at Waterloo. The most interesting aspect surrounding Martinez-Barker, however, is the vaudeville act kick-started by Lou DiBella a couple of weeks ago. Linking Martinez with a porn star, having him make an appearance at a sporting goods store, and offering discount tickets to the entire East Coast, DiBella has tried everything so far except having some poor shlub wear a sandwich board in Chinatown, or having Martinez demonstrate the Heimlich Maneuver in a World Famous Sausage Emporium. As comical as his efforts have been, though, this is the most promoting DiBella has done in a decade. Of course, DiBella has exactly one fighter from within 150 miles of Atlantic City scheduled for action tomorrow night: undefeated Alex Perez, who fights out of Newark. But if you like a cosmopolitan atmosphere and have managed to score a discount ticket, you can look forward to seeing fighters from Panama, London, Makhachkala, Johannesburg, and Argentina mix it up. With an ESPN2 clubfight (Bryan Vera-Andy Lee II) opening the HBO telecast, Martinez-Barker looks like a disaster all around. As for DiBella, his recent classless behavior highlights his frustration at being able to move fighters since the heyday of Jermain Taylor. (Andre Berto is a DBE fighter in name only, despite how often DiBella howls in his defense.) Over the last couple of weeks DiBella has insinuated that Victor Ortiz is using PEDs, has engaged in a foul-mouthed back-and-forth with Paulie Malignaggi, and has bawled more than usual to any website or podcast looking to get in on the screaming meemies. DiBella has gotten a free pass for far too long from some media members who are easily co-opted by cheap laughs and what many consider a colorful personality. But, in the end, it somehow makes sense: Because DiBella is crude and infantile, he often mirrors the sensibilities of those who fawn over him. Like Gary Shaw, DiBella brings a forum board mentality to his (non)efforts, and his blowhard attitude is at odds with his “White Knight of Boxing” shtick. (DISCLOSURE: I actually paid hard cash for roughly a dozen DBE shows in New York City over the last few years—something many co-opted writers and superior bloggers cannot say—until I woke up one morning and saw the word “Sucker” branded on my forehead. But you can just call me biased, if you want.) In addition, DiBella also called Ortiz a “punk” and hinted that Ortiz, who was caught unprepared by two free shots from a world-class prizefighter, quit in the ring against Floyd Mayweather Jr. If Bob Arum had said such things righteous indignation would burn out servers all over North America. DiBella reached a new low mocking a beaten fighter, especially when DiBella makes his living on blood money generated by the athletes he publicly denigrates. Apparently, his plastic halo has set a new standard of biodegradability and has disintegrated after less than a decade of use. But you would hardly be able to guess that by reading what some writers—who often double as claqueurs—hunt and peck. ***** Juan Manuel Lopez, who was hoping for an immediate rematch with Orlando Salido, will instead fight fragile Mike Oliver in Puerto Rico tomorrow night. On the surface, it appear...

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Thu, Oct 6, 2011
The Ketchup-less French: The French have been fighting a losing battle against foreign words - like "googling" - entering their language. Now the French government faces another Waterloo, issuing edicts to try to keep Ketchup off French plates. As The Los Angeles Times reported, "the French government has banned schools and colleges from offering the American tomato-based condiment with any food but -- of all things -- French fries." Bon chance! ...

Herbert Nelsestuen

Tue, Sep 27, 2011
Herbert L. Nelsestuen, 91, of Winona died Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at Covenant Medical Center in Waterloo, Iowa. Herbert was born May 5, 1920, in Ettrick, Wis., to Martin and Millie (Iverson) Nelsestuen. He married Linda O. Luehmann on May 27, 1942. He served in the United States Army during World War II between 1942 and 1945. He worked at Swift Meat Packing Co. for 17 years and Winona State College and retired from there in 1984. He was a member of the Central Lutheran Church. He loved danci... (Winona Daily News)

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