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Jack s Memory Chapel Funeral Home

Jack s Memory Chapel Funeral Home
801 East 36th Street North
Tulsa, OK 74106
Phone: (918) 428-4431
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Newspapers: Don't Fear Paywall Plunge - NetNewsCheck.com

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Executives from the Tulsa World, The Ottawa Herald and the Columbia Daily Tribune — three newspapers that have shifted their content behind paywalls — speaking at the Key Excutives Mega Conference in San Antonio told newspapers that the shift to paid content was nothing to fear, offering up their papers' success as the benefits of paywalls. Newspapers of any size don't have to worry that the sky will fall if they ado...

Boerins make a Haus a home - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Boerin says, referring to the loss of her husband. “There’s a reason for everything. Only God knows the reasons.” A determined staff kept the business going strong even when Boerin was in Tulsa for several weeks as her husband underwent cancer treatments. Kilpatrick, a former customer, says “the team saw the need, and came together to give her as much time as she needed. It was amazing to see. We all wanted them to have something good to come back to.” Boerin says the staff atmosphere “is like a family,” and that is most apparent during the break between the lunch and dinner crowds on weekend nights, when the staff of six pauses for a “family dinner. We all sit down to a meal and talk about our lives. I love it.” Those weekends mean 14-hour workdays for the Boerins and most of the staff, but the evenings are too popular to change the routine at the 42-seat diner. “Best part is the people,” says Boerin. “We have a lot of customers who have been coming here since Margie opened it. I don't want to disappoint them.’’ ...

Obama's assault on freedom of religion targets Catholics - Tulsa Beacon

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
But Obama want to force the Catholic Church to abandon its long-held doctrine and to have its insurance cover birth control with no co-pay for employees.This will have an impact in Tulsa, especially with Saint John Medical Center and Saint Francis Hospital plus various Catholic schools.Elections have consequences.Obama lost every county in Oklahoma in 2008 but unless Obamacare is overturned by the courts (and it might be), the only recourse to restoring constitutional values is electing a new president and for the Republicans to control both the House and Senate.Let’s hope both remedies succeed.The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has condemned Obama’s action.“In imposing this requirement, the federal government is violating a First Amendment right that has stood for more than two centuries,” said House Speaker John Boehner. “And it is doing so in a manner that affects millions of Americans and harms some of our nation’s most vital institutions. If the president does...

Marion Anderson Neblett - Tulsa World

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Marion Anderson Neblett of Tulsa, OK, passed away peacefully the morning of February 23, 2012. Born January 23, 1923, in Nashville, TN, to Walter Cage and Dorothy Clayton Anderson, she lived a life filled with laughter, learning, compassion and love for all. Married to Col. Lloyd George Neblett in Texarkana, AR, July 8, 1942, they lovingly raised three children, George, Nancy and Linda. Her joys increased with grandchildren...

Joe M. Branstetter - People's Tribune

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Kraft, Abby, Lexi and Mara Robb and Walker Mast; a brother, Richard Branstetter of Bowling Green; four sisters, Mary Frances Mudd of Valley Park, Ruby Nolan of Marysville, Calif., Patsy Grainge of Tulsa, Okla., and Shirley Tredway and husband, Dayle of Louisiana.He was preceded in death by his parents, step-mother, Annie Gordon Branstetter; a daughter,  Brenda Jo; a grandson, Michael Mast; five brothers, John A., Bert, Elmer, Raymond and Kemmie; infant sister Rosetta and one other sister in infancy.He lived in rural Pike County all of his life where he was a grain and livestock farmer.  Mr. Branstetter served in the United States Army in Korea from 1946-48.   He was a member of the New Harmony Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church where he had served as church secretary/treasurer for 40+ years and served as Sunday school teacher, deacon, elder, and elder emeritus. Joe also served as secretary/treasurer of the New Harmony Cemetery Association for 45+ years, was a 4-H project leader, served as a board member for 12 years on the Consolidated Electric co-op board, Pike County Mutual Insurance board member for several years, ASC county committee member for 35 years, was a member and office holder of The Missouri Farmers Association and was a volunteer for the Hope Center.Serving as pallbearers were Brian Kraft, Neil Beatty, Melvin Fisher, Tony Dameron, Robert Gregory and J. C. Bufford.Memorials may be made to New Harmony Christian Church, New Harmony Cemetery or Relay for Life.

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

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Restore Our Future raised last month came from 25 corporations and individuals who donated at least $100,000 each. Three donated $500,000 each: Alliance Coal CEO Joseph Craft of Tulsa.; Bruce Kovner, a New York hedge fund founder; and David Lisonbee, who runs 4Life Research, a wellness supplement company in Utah. Other donors to the pro-Romney super PAC have ties to the consumer-loan industry. RTTTA, a Provo, Utah, corporation that gave $75,000 to the super PAC, is run by J. Todd Rawle, listed in Arizona secretary of State filings as an officer of two payday lending firms. Select Management Resources Inc., a Georgia-based company, donated $100,000. It operates LoanMax, which specializes in auto title loans. Super PACs are barred from coordinating with campaigns, but many are run by close allies of the candidates and their financial support has come at crucial moments in the campaign. Restore Our Future spent $9.4million against Gingrich in Florida, helping Romney win there. Other notable Restore Our Future donors include: Texas billionaire Harold Simmons, who gave $100,000 to the Romney super PAC last month. Simmons, a veteran Republican fundraiser, helped fund Swift Boat ads in 2004 attacking Democrat John Kerry’s Vietnam record. Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, who ran unsuccessfully for California governor in 2010, also donated $100,000. The reports filed Monday also highlight the ability of a single donor to fuel a super PAC. Jon Huntsman Sr., the billionaire father of former Utah governor Jon Huntsman, donated another $335,000 to January to Our Destiny PAC, a super PAC that supported his son’s unsuccessful presidential campaign. In all, the elder Huntsman gave $2.2 million to the super PAC, nearly 70(PERCENT) of the money it collected.

Claude M. Walker - Tulsa World

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Claude M. Walker, 83, died Monday, February 20, 2012 in Tulsa, OK surrounded by his four daughters. Born in Tulsa OK to Charles F. and Mary “Edith” (Shockley) Walker on August 3, 1928. Self- employed entrepreneur, he worked for the City of Tulsa for many years. He later owned Claude’s Auto Recycling Yard. Survived by wife, Patsy Walker; daughters, Claudette Wheeler, Owasso, OK, Sandie Lee and husband, David of Owasso, OK, Sherrie McAllister of Tulsa, O...

Kudos to Alabama coach Anthony Grant - ESPN

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Omaha. That's where Creighton hosts Long Beach State. The Bluejays got a much-needed win on Tuesday night, beating Southern Illinois to halt a three-game skid. But with wins against San Diego State, Tulsa and Wichita State to hang its hat on, Creighton could use another good victory. The 49e...

Mary Louise Fiser-Obit - Helena Daily World

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Amy); and a step-great-grandson, Aiden Fiser Grimes of Fayetteville. She is also survived by cousins, A.B. Thompson of Marvell, Beth Thompson of Little Rock, Art and Kim Thompson and son, Henry of Tulsa, Okla., Sharon Holtzclaw Hay (Tommy) and son, Mark Sullivan of McCrory, Durwood and Debbie King of Helena and their daughter, Trish of Memphis. Her parents and her brother, William Demoret II who was killed in Austria the day before the end of WWII in 1945, preceded her in death. Funeral services for Mary Louise Demoret Fiser will be held t 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at Roller-Citizens Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Maple Hill Cemetery in Helena. Rev. Wendell Dorman and Rev. Richard Rogers will officiate. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17 at Roller-Citizens. Pallbearers are Gene Johnson, Pat O’Bryant, Mark Phillips, Jerry Don Flynn, Ronnie White, Allen Dell Coates, James George and James Tucker.  Memorials may be sent to the Arkansas Cancer Research Center, Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute, 4301 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR 72205. Roller-Citizens Funeral Home, Helena-West Helena, will direct services. The online guestbook is at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com.     ...

Joseph F. "Pete" Voros - Tulsa World

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Joseph F. “Pete” Voros, Born January 15, 1919 Buffalo, NY. Died Sunday February 5, 2012, Tulsa, OK. Graduate of Purdue University with a degree in mechanical engineering. He was a Navy Lieutenant Flight Instructor. Married the former Alice Sapp of Blackwell, OK on January 15, 1944. Retired from Ethyl Corp. (now New- Market). They moved to Tulsa, OK in 1984. He is survived by his wife, Alice, son, Joseph, Jr. of Tulsa; two grandsons, Joe Sandor of Austin, TX and Justin (Margaret) of Sa...

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