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Gray Mortuary
52 Main Street
Pelzer , SC 29669
(864) 845-7028
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Pelzer , SC 29669
(864) 947-6201
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Family gift to 'continue' Clemson vision - Greenville News

Fri, Jan 20, 2012
We wanted to continue the vision and dream that Clemson had when they put together a road map to 2020,” said Watt, founder and former chairman of Scientific Research Corp. and a native of West Pelzer. Most of the money will go the university’s The Will to Lead capital campaign to establish the Watt Family Innovation Center. “We want to create an intellectual center that will prepare a new generation of scholars who can take ideas from concept to the marketplace,” Watt said. “This will be a place to demonstrate and enable education, discovery and innovation.” The ability to “stretch Clemson literally around ...

Tragic house fire, accident round out top stories for 2011 - Fort Scott Tribune

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
KHP for his heroic actions following a fatal vehicle accident Sept. 8 in Uniontown.(File Photo) Riding with Seabolt was 21-year-old Lacey Raelynn Page, who died at the scene. Andrew Daniel Pelzer, 27, driver of the Yamaha, died at Mercy Health Center in Fort Scott. Seabolt was taken to University of Kansas Medical Center for treatment of his injuries. 3. A Mapleton man died Aug. 2 following an accident on U.S. Highway 69 about six miles south of Fort Scott that set off a multi-vehicle collision. Mark Scharenberg, 59, was driving his 2004 Nissan pickup truck southbound on U.S. 69 and went left of center on the road, striking a Westar Energy pickup truck head-on. Scharenberg died in the crash. Four other vehicles were also involved in the accident but no injuries were reported. The accident took place on U.S. 69 just north of Deer Road across from Faith Christian Center. The Bourbon County Sheriff's Office, Garland Rural Fire Department and Kansas Department of Transportation helped at the accident site. 2. An investigation continues into a house fire that occurred Oct. 13 at a home on Grand Road just south of Fort Scott. Once on scene, emergency personnel found the male resident of the home, Brent A. Bollinger, 25, with burn injuries. He was transported to Mercy Health Center and later flown to the University of Kansas Hospital. A second victim, Bryson D. Bollinger, 2, was also found with burns and transported to Mercy Health Center. He was then transferred to Children's Mercy in Kansas City and then to Shriners Children's Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. A body found inside the home was identified through dental records as Brenna Nicole (Stewart) Bollinger. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Kansas State Fire Marshal were contacted to assist local authorities in determining the cause of the fire. 1. A Sept. 8 accident at Kansas Highway 3 and Maple Road in Uniontown killed two area residents and left another injured. A semi flatbed truck was northbound on Kansas Highway 3 and a General Public Transportation van was southbound on K-3. The van attempted a left turn into Uniontown, in front of the semi. After the vehicles collided, the semi drove into the east ditch on K-3 and the van was knocked into the west ditch and caught fire. There were two fatalities and one person injured from the van. The van driver, Sara McClure, 24, of Fort Scott, and passenger Melony Beerbower, 28, of Uniontown, were killed. Passenger Joshua Holder, 30, was flown by medical helicopter to Freeman Health Systems in Joplin. The driver of the semi, David Buergin, 48, of McCune, was taken to Mercy Health Center where he was treated and released. Agencies on the scene were the Kansas Highway Patrol, Bourbon County Sheriff's Office, Bourbon ...

Tragic house fire, accident round out top stories for 2011 - Fort Scott Tribune

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
KHP for his heroic actions following a fatal vehicle accident Sept. 8 in Uniontown.(File Photo) Riding with Seabolt was 21-year-old Lacey Raelynn Page, who died at the scene. Andrew Daniel Pelzer, 27, driver of the Yamaha, died at Mercy Health Center in Fort Scott. Seabolt was taken to University of Kansas Medical Center for treatment of his injuries. 3. A Mapleton man died Aug. 2 following an accident on U.S. Highway 69 about six miles south of Fort Scott that set off a multi-vehicle collision. Mark Scharenberg, 59, was driving his 2004 Nissan pickup truck southbound on U.S. 69 and went left of center on the road, striking a Westar Energy pickup truck head-on. Scharenberg died in the crash. Four other vehicles were also involved in the accident but no injuries were reported. The accident took place on U.S. 69 just north of Deer Road across from Faith Christian Center. The Bourbon County Sheriff's Office, Garland Rural Fire Department and Kansas Department of Transportation helped at the accident site. 2. An investigation continues into a house fire that occurred Oct. 13 at a home on Grand Road just south of Fort Scott. Once on scene, emergency personnel found the male resident of the home, Brent A. Bollinger, 25, with burn injuries. He was transported to Mercy Health Center and later flown to the University of Kansas Hospital. A second victim, Bryson D. Bollinger, 2, was also found with burns and transported to Mercy Health Center. He was then transferred to Children's Mercy in Kansas City and then to Shriners Children's Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. A body found inside the home was identified through dental records as Brenna Nicole (Stewart) Bollinger. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Kansas State Fire Marshal were contacted to assist local authorities in determining the cause of the fire. 1. A Sept. 8 accident at Kansas Highway 3 and Maple Road in Uniontown killed two area residents and left another injured. A semi flatbed truck was northbound on Kansas Highway 3 and a General Public Transportation van was southbound on K-3. The van attempted a left turn into Uniontown, in front of the semi. After the vehicles collided, the semi drove into the east ditch on K-3 and the van was knocked into the west ditch and caught fire. There were two fatalities and one person injured from the van. The van driver, Sara McClure, 24, of Fort Scott, and passenger Melony Beerbower, 28, of Uniontown, were killed. Passenger Joshua Holder, 30, was flown by medical helicopter to Freeman Health Systems in Joplin. The driver of the semi, David Buergin, 48, of McCune, was taken to Mercy Health Center where he was treated and released. Agencies on the scene were the Kansas Highway Patrol, Bourbon County Sheriff's Office, Bourbon ...




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