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Sweeney Mortuary
216 South Main Street
Condon , OR 97823
(541) 384-2001
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216 South Main Street
Condon , OR 97823
(541) 676-9600
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Obituary for Peggy Condon

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Peggy R. Beasley Condon, 77, of Aiken, S.C., passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012, at her residence.Peggy and her husband, Ernie lived in Soddy-Daisy for 30 years.Services will be held at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Don Williams officiating.Entombment will follow at Hamilton Memorial Gardens.Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012, at the funeral home.Pegg... (Chattanooga Press)

SCENES FROM A PLAGIARISM CASE: Tulsa cartoonist's latest scandal leaves behind ... - Washington Post (blog)

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Alley Oop”) tell Comic Riffs via e-mail. “The quickness of our decision was due to the fact that this was not a first offense. ... “It was a breach of professional ethics we could not ignore or condone.” All of which raises the question: Why were Simpson’s actions tolerated for so long? [CLICK BELOW TO CONTINUE READING] “There are stories on Simpson going back decades — everyone knew he was a hack,” says Bors, who last week alerted the Daily Cartoonist’s Alan Gardner to one instance of Simpson’s accused plagiarism. (Gardner, who is also a cartoonist, tells Comic Riffs that one of his readers alerted him to a second recent instance of apparent plagiarism.) “He has been accused of stealing so many cartoonists work: [Paul] Conrad, Englehart, Bill Schorr — it's hard to count,” Peters says. Simpson did not return our calls to a phone number said to be his. As of press time, calls to the Urban Tulsa Weekly also had not been returned. It is worth noting that now — as in 2005 — some of his colleagues acknowledge his talent. Gavin Elliott, creative director at the Urban Tulsa Weekly, told Poynter’s Julie Moos on Tuesday: “I’m disappointed. He’s a good cartoonist as far as the actual work goes.” Compare that to what Englehart said of Simpson back in 2005: “He's a really good cartoonist. There was no reason he had to do this.” Each plagiarism case, of course, is propelled by its own circumstances and psychology. Yet they all always come to the same core question: Why stoop to committing one of the industry’s cardinal sins? It is the desire to get caught, perhaps? Or is it the belief that as long as you can find work again — as long as there’s always a new employer to be had — the risk is worth the reward? (Bors notes: "How this man found employment after his 2005 firing remains one of the great mysteries of the recession.”) We can’t positively know the “why,” naturally, without hearing from the source’s mouth. Yet we do know this: There’s a higher tolerance for plagiarism by newspaper cartoonists than there is for the same sin by newspaper reporters. As Paul Scofield’s character Mark Van Doren says, scoffing, in the Robert Redford-directed film “Quiz Show”: “Cheating on a quiz show — it’s like plagiarizing a comic strip.” But the crime, of course, should taken every bit as seriously when committed by visual journalists. And we hasten to add: Simpson is hardly the only cartoonist with unclean hands. “The hard truth underlying this story is that swiping MacNelly cartoons was done with wild abandon before the Internet came out,” Bors tells ‘Riffs. “Simpson may have been on the extreme end of the spectrum with his slavish reproductions, but cartoonists far more notable than him have stolen from MacNelly while enjoying successful careers and none of the scorn that is now heaped upon Simpson.” “It only shows,” Peters says of MacNelly, “how great a cartoonist he was when guys are still...

Payrlee McCall

Mon, Oct 17, 2011
Sweet Home where she lived until 2002. Payrlee then lived in the Mennonite Village in Albany, Wiley Creek Community in Sweet Home, and most recently Summit Springs Memory Care in Condon. She enjoyed reading, gardening, painting and flower arranging, and especially enjoyed quilting. Payrlee is survived by her three daughters, Alice Barnes of Condon, Esther Sullivan and husband Leo of Tigard, and Betty Sullivan and husband Robert of Sweet Home; grandchildren Kim Farrar, Debbie Garcia, Linda Sullivan, Becky Marshall, Joe Sullivan, John Thayer, Willy Thayer and Justin Thayer; and great-grandchildren Elizabeth, Haylee, Nathan, Jordenlee, Daniel, Cassidy, Ryder and Leo. She was preceded in death by her husband, John McCall; and grandsons Scott Barnes and Danny Sullivan. Contributions may be made in her name to the Sweet Home High School Alumni Scholarship Fund. Payrlee greatly valued education. Her three daughters and three grandsons as well as many friends... (Albany Democrat-Herald)




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