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Ford M L and Sons Inc
209 North Main Street
Clover , SC 29710
(803) 222-9001
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Generation Funeral Home
103 Mobley Street
Clover , SC 29710
(803) 222-4305
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Glenn Daugherty - Maryville Daily Forum

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Grandchildren, Jeffrey, Dustin & wife Jill, all of Marietta, Ga., Shannon & husband Ted Mahoney of Orleans, Mass., and Casey Daugherty of Scottsdale, Ariz.; great grandchildren Rylee Hayes, Clover and Miles Daugherty, Seamus and Dylan Mahoney, Riley and Hunter Gajdos,  and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Glenn Daugherty - Maryville Daily Forum

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Grandchildren, Jeffrey, Dustin & wife Jill, all of Marietta, Ga., Shannon & husband Ted Mahoney of Orleans, Mass., and Casey Daugherty of Scottsdale, Ariz.; great grandchildren Rylee Hayes, Clover and Miles Daugherty, Seamus and Dylan Mahoney, Riley and Hunter Gajdos,  and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Juanita "Nita" Brothers - The Coloradoan

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Knit and Purl Shop in Loveland, helping many women in the area learn to knit. She later owned her own knit shop, "Fireside Knit Shop," which she operated out of her home. She also worked at the Cloverleaf Dog Track, eventually becoming the secretary to general manager, Ed Nugent. Nita eventually moved to Houston, Texas, where she met and married Oscar Brothers in May of 1979. Oscar preceded her in death November 2002. She then moved back to Colorado to be closer to her children. She is survived by her children: Craig McDonald (Julie) of Homer, Alaska, Cheryl McDonald-Pugh (Mark) of Loveland, Clay McDonald (Kim) of Omaha, Neb., Cressa Brzezinski of Colorado Springs, and step-son Mike Brothers (Cathlynn) of Clyde, Texas; sisters, Sue Slebos (Chris) of Yuma,...

Juanita "Nita" Brothers - The Coloradoan

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Knit and Purl Shop in Loveland, helping many women in the area learn to knit. She later owned her own knit shop, "Fireside Knit Shop," which she operated out of her home. She also worked at the Cloverleaf Dog Track, eventually becoming the secretary to general manager, Ed Nugent. Nita eventually moved to Houston, Texas, where she met and married Oscar Brothers in May of 1979. Oscar preceded her in death November 2002. She then moved back to Colorado to be closer to her children. She is survived by her children: Craig McDonald (Julie) of Homer, Alaska, Cheryl McDonald-Pugh (Mark) of Loveland, Clay McDonald (Kim) of Omaha, Neb., Cressa Brzezinski of Colorado Springs, and step-son Mike Brothers (Cathlynn) of Clyde, Texas; sisters, Sue Slebos (Chris) of Yuma,...

Juanita "Nita" Brothers - The Coloradoan

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Knit and Purl Shop in Loveland, helping many women in the area learn to knit. She later owned her own knit shop, "Fireside Knit Shop," which she operated out of her home. She also worked at the Cloverleaf Dog Track, eventually becoming the secretary to general manager, Ed Nugent. Nita eventually moved to Houston, Texas, where she met and married Oscar Brothers in May of 1979. Oscar preceded her in death November 2002. She then moved back to Colorado to be closer to her children. She is survived by her children: Craig McDonald (Julie) of Homer, Alaska, Cheryl McDonald-Pugh (Mark) of Loveland, Clay McDonald (Kim) of Omaha, Neb., Cressa Brzezinski of Colorado Springs, and step-son Mike Brothers (Cathlynn) of Clyde, Texas; sisters, Sue Slebos (Chris) of Yuma,...

Robert A. Park

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
UN Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1957 and a master's degree in 1966, both from Oregon Col-lege of Education. He taught at Cloverdale, the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Minto, Alaska, and Nenana, Alaska. Returning to Oregon, he taught at the Kinzua, a logging camp school, then to Hebo, where he was a principal at the grade school. He also taught at Crowfoot Elementary School in Lebanon, and was principal at Griggs Grade School. Later he went to work with the Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DODDS) in Schwabisch Gmund, Germany, at Patch Elementary School in Stuttgart, where he was awarded the administrator of the year from 1988 to 1989. He was assistant principal at the grade school in Schweinfurt before going to Okinawa where he was the vice principal at Bechtel Elementary School. He was principal at the Guan-tanamo Bay Grade School at the Navel Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He married Nancy Cross on Aug. 5, 1954, and they had two children, John Edward and Anna Marie. They were divorced in 1957. His second marriage was to Martha Lancaster on Nov. 9, 1959, and three sons were born, Russ... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Frazier carried the weight of Ali's world on his shoulders - SignOnSanDiego.com

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
One of my last conversations with Joe Frazier took place on an evening some years ago at his Cloverlay Gymnasium on North Broad Street in Philadelphia. The occasion was a retirement party, the former heavyweight champion finally having listened to a body that for some time had been telling him that decision was overdue. Joe, in fact, seemed in high spirits as we chatted — until I made the error of suggesting that, despite the fact two of the three fights to Muhammad Ali had been lost, he ...

Homer Dale Matson

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
By way of night and summer schools and OCE, he finally received his bachelor’s degree in 1957. Moving to Jefferson in 1957, they both continued teaching — him at Dever-Conner, Knox Butte and Clover Ridge schools. Upon retirement in 1976 he lived his dream of finding the Oregon Trail, which was his favorite subject to teach. In their camper, they followed the trail from Independence, Mo., to Oregon and also traveled a bit with the 150th celebration wagon train in 1993. They also traveled throughout the United States and Canada sightseeing; however visiting friends and relatives was their true calling. You can take the man out of Kansas, but not Kansas out of the man. In 1958 Homer found his Kansas farm in Oregon — a lovely, green 20 acres with a creek just north of Jefferson where he again enjoyed raising registered Herefords, hay and an abundant garden. Residing there for over 50 years, it was the site of many family gatherings, church and neighborhood picnics. Homer was a talented horseshoe player, champion at many events and loved pasture softball games. He captured many school children, family and scenery pictures with his Kodak slide camera. Their family lived within 20 miles and grandchildren loved the farm and their papoo, spending countless hours with him haying, gathering eggs, hiding in the corn patch, cuddling new kittens, fishing the creek, attending auctions with him, riding the tractor, learning cow pasture softball and enjoying the ever welcoming kitchen. Homer loved children and always ... (Albany Democrat-Herald)




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