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Sherwood Funeral Chapel
280 Northwest 1st Street
Sherwood , OR 97140
(503) 625-6515
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Conner W. B. Miles — Kasson

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Edith Miles; uncle, Wes (Dawn) Miles; aunt, Stephanie (Justin) Crago; cousins, Remi, Brian and Turner; girlfriend and best friend, Jacie Lewis. Conner is also survived by his father figure, Jared Sherwood; grandparents, Justin and Neva Sherwood; cousins, Booth, Taylor and Hailey; Conner's extended family, the Darin Splittstoesser family and grandparents, John and Betty Brandli; special aunt, Diana Charles and a host of other family and friends.A celebration of Conner's life will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, at Community Celebration Church, 27401 County Highway 34 in Kasson. Visitation will be held from 12 p.m. until time of service. Pastor Sue Iverson will be officiating.Conner donated his body to the University of Minnesota for teaching and research.Arrangements entrusted to Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Home, Rochester, MN.Condolences may be sent to www.ranfranzandvinefh.com... (Post Bulletin)

Jo Ann Whitaker - Shawnee News Star

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Amity Jeffers and her husband, Cory, of Houston, Texas, Brian Bond and his wife, Susan, of Conway, Josh Smith and his wife, Amanda, of Dallas, Texas, Christina Reed and her husband, Adam, of Sherwood, and Jeff Biffle and his wife, Julie, of Russellville; five great-grandchildren, Taylor, Hadley and Corbin Jeffers, Shelby Biffle and Caedan Bond; and other relatives and friends.The funeral will be at 9 a.m., Friday, Jan. 6, at the Shinn Chapel with the Rev. Robert O’Bryant and the Rev. Roy Cain officiating. Graveside committal service will be at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Wanette Cemetery in Wanette under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service of Russellville.Visitation will be from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.The online obituary and guestbook are available at www.shinnfuneral.com.

Tribe purchases eight acres of Mount Pleasant Center property - Central Michigan Life

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Surface-Evans said. The course would involve survey, remote sensing and excavation, but depends on funding. “This is a part of American history that isn’t in the textbooks,” said Dee Ann Sherwood, CMU’s Denison visiting Professor of Native American Studies. She said the course could open doors for students to be hired in the future, but it will be a small course with 10 to 15 slots available. ANT 175: Archaeology of the Americas is recommended as a prerequisite. “This is mutually beneficial,” Tonia Bleuer, secretary of MIIBS committee, “it shows the council’s support to the ongoing efforts.” E-mail the author: Hailee Sattavara ...

Col. Sanders' shares recipes in recently found manuscript - Greenville News

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
As I Have Known It Has Been ‘Finger Lickin’ Good,’” which was published in 1974. But the book didn’t include his recipes. The unpublished manuscript was unearthed recently by Yum Brands employee Amy Sherwood while she was doing research. (Page 3 of 3) “It was in an envelope,” she said. “I opened it up and immediately recognized that it was a treasure and a significant discovery.” KFC said it concluded the text was written in 1965 or 1966 through chats with current and former employees who knew or worked with Sanders. Internal documents also validated that he was working on an autobiography with recipes during that period, it said. In 1964, Sanders sold his interest in the U.S. company for $2 million to a group of investors, but he remained the company’s pitchman, becoming one of the world’s most recognized faces. In his manuscript, Sanders offers up lessons on business and life. “I’ve only had two rules,“ he wrote. ”Do all you can and do it the best you can. It’s the only way you ever get that feeling of accomplishing something.” Sanders extolled the virtues of simple, home-style cooking while taking shots at other forms of culinary advice. “I’ve read hundreds of cookbooks,“ he wrote. ”For my money they are the bird.” He said just a few of his recipes “are worth more than all the imported recipes, with names an ordinary man or woman can’t even pronounce, put together.” “The way I see it, if you’ve bought this book, you’ve bought yourself a bargain,” Sanders said.

A Small Gallery of Literary Giants - The Millions

Sun, Nov 6, 2011
Here, then, is a gallery of a few of those literary giants, along with brief explanations of what was going through my head as my pen (or, in a few cases, my pencil) was fashioning their heads. Sherwood Anderson (1876-1941) — Operating under the assumption that any writer who influenced Hemingway, Faulkner, and Steinbeck has got to be worth reading, I dove into Sherwood Anderson’s most famous book, Winesburg, Ohio, some thirty years ago. It bored me silly, and I came away scratching my head over what the fuss was all about. I tried again a few years ago and found the book even more boring on a second reading. So when I set out to draw Anderson, I wanted to capture a sharpie who has just pulled a fast one and is laughing at us dupes out the side of his mouth. Flannery O’Connor (1925-1964) — Here are three simple sentences from Flannery O’Connor’s essay, “The Nature and Aim of Fiction,” that changed my life: “The fact is that anybody who has survived childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days. If you can’t make something out of a little experience, you probably won’t be able to make it out of a lot. The writer’s business is to contemplate experience, not to be merged in it.” These words taught me the invaluable lesson that my youthful hunger for experience was beside the point if I wanted to become a writer. I was already a fan of Flannery’s fiction, but her non-fiction made me realize she saw things the existence of which I had not even begun to imagine. So I wanted her eyes to look like they could see straight through anyone who pauses to look at this drawing. Robert Lowell (1917-1977) — A brilliant poet, Robert Lowell was also a tortured man who tortured others, especially the ones he loved. When 852 pages worth of his letters were published in 2005, I drew his head from a photograph that accompanied the review in The New York Times. I tried to convey that this was a man whose spirit was being pushed earthward by a pulverizing weight, a man who was no stranger to the dark precincts of madness. Philip K. Dick (1928-1982)– The only way Philip K. Dick could have written so many books — and so many fine weird ones — was with the help of chemistry. I imagine him slamming a typewriter all through the California night, jacked to the gills on speed, weed, booze, caffeine, maybe a hit of acid to take the edge off. Out poured a river of words that often had a manic, paranoid, bi-polar fl...

Coleman-Obit - Helena Daily World

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Jordon will be his parents, his wife, a sister, Minnie B. Coleman and many other loved ones. He leaves to cherish his memory, five children, Angler Robinson of Marvell, Ronnie (Kim) Coleman Jr. of Sherwood, Dennis (Frances) Coleman, Dewayne (Latasha) Coleman and Tracy (Victor) Hubbard, all of Turner, AR; a brother, Woodale (Estella) Coleman of Helena-West Helena; a sister, Idala Smith of Detroit; a special niece, Anglea B. Coleman of Turner; a special friend to him and his children, Thelma English of Marvell; three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Edith Miller of Little Rock, Mrs. Luvenia (Jimmie) Cutts of Chicago, Mrs. Carlyon (James) Love of Holly Grove; two play sisters, Barbara Ann Wesley of Marvell and Shirley Norvell of Turner; 20 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends. Arrangements are entrusted to Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. Sign the guestbook online at www.kincaidfuneralservices.com ...

Coleman-Obit - Helena Daily World

Tue, Oct 4, 2011
Jordon will be his parents, his wife, a sister, Minnie B. Coleman and many other loved ones. He leaves to cherish his memory, five children, Angler Robinson of Marvell, Ronnie (Kim) Coleman Jr. of Sherwood, Dennis (Frances) Coleman, Dewayne (Latasha) Coleman and Tracy (Victor) Hubbard, all of Turner, AR; a brother, Woodale (Estella) Coleman of Helena-West Helena; a sister, Idala Smith of Detroit; a special niece, Anglea B. Coleman of Turner; a special friend to him and his children, Thelma English of Marvell; three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Edith Miller of Little Rock, Mrs. Luvenia (Jimmie) Cutts of Chicago, Mrs. Carlyon (James) Love of Holly Grove; two play sisters, Barbara Ann Wesley of Marvell and Shirley Norvell of Turner; 20 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends. Arrangements are entrusted to Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. Sign the guestbook online at www.kincaidfuneralservices.com ...

Williams-Obit - Helena Daily World

Thu, Sep 22, 2011
Walter Williams better known as Walt Baby departed his life on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011 at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Little Rock. He leaves to cherish his memory, his mother, Alice Williams of Sherwood; his three sisters, Earline (Michael) Lewis of North Little Rock, Tarsha (Travis Cosby) Williams of Memphis and Stephanie (Calvin) Cosby of Sherwood. He also leaves behind a very special brother and sister, Michael Lewis and Anita Taylor; six aunts, five uncles, four nephews, four nieces, three special nieces, three special nephews and a host of cousins, loved ones, and special friends. Family and friends may sign the guestbook at www.brownshomeforfuneralsinc.com.           ...

Obits for Sept. 8

Thu, Sep 8, 2011
Duncan, 47, of Kailua-Kona died Aug. 29. Born in Portland, Ore., he was a hotel manager. Private services. Survived by wife, Lanette Abraham-Duncan of Kailua-Kona; parents, Daryl and Linda Duncan of Sherwood, Ore.; brother, Scott Duncan of Lake Oswego, Ore.; sister, Tracy McKinney of Wynona, Texas. Arrangements by A Hui Hou Crematory & Funeral Home of West Hawaii. Violet Thelma Gardner, 95, of Hilo died Saturday, Sept. 3, at Hale Anuenue Restorative Care Center in Hilo. Born in Pittsfield, Mass., she was a retired nurse and a longtime member of the First United Protestant Church in Hilo. She was also a volunteer for the Hilo Hospital Auxiliary and a past member of the Hawaii Concert Society. Memorial service on Friday at the First United Protestant Church, 1350 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo, at 5 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Gardner Memorial Piano Fund at the First United Protestant Church. Survived by son, Michael J. (Pam) Gardner of Hingham, Mass.; daughter, Elizabeth (Albert) Nekoba of Hilo; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary. Linnell Keahialoha Carson Stone, 55, of Mountain View died Thursday, Sept. 1, at Hilo Medical Center. Born in Kaneohe, she was a former waitress for Hungry Lion and Kenny's on Oahu. A celebration of life will be ... (Hawaii Tribune Herald)

Carla R. Olson

Mon, Sep 5, 2011
Westby in 1987.  Carla was a member of Westby Coon Prairie Lutheran Church and the WELCA. She is survived by her daughter, Carol (Clinton) Solberg of Sherwood, Wis.; her son, Allen (Alene) Olson of  Baraboo, Wis.; five grandchildren: Tanya (Juan Hurtado) Solberg, Kimberly (Wael) Wehbe, Michael (Maria) Solberg, Ingrid (Brian) Frank, and Wade Olson; nine great-grandchildren: Elena and Lucas Hurtado, Evan and Carmen Wehbe, Evangelos and Athena Solberg, Kiersten and Ethan Frank, and Tyler Olson; and other relatives and friends. In addition to her parents, she was pre... (La Crosse Tribune)




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