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Heritage Memorial Gardens
4500 South Highway 11
Westminster , SC 29693
(864) 647-0679
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Memorial Ecosystems Inc
111 West Main Street
Westminster , SC 29693
(864) 647-7798
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Sandifer Funeral Home
512 East Main Street
Westminster , SC 29693
(864) 647-5446
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Elizabeth Parks, gifted artist - Cape Gazette

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bergenfield, N.J., and later in Cherry Hill, N.J. They retired to Millsboro in 1996. Betty was a gifted artist and a member of the Millsboro Art League. For 16 years she was an active member of Westminster Presbyterian Church of Rehoboth Beach. She was the family historian and proud of her Scottish ancestry. Betty enjoyed life in her Long Neck community and she treasured her wonderful neighbors. Betty is survived by Henry, her husband of 61 years; and their children Susan of Winston-Salem, N.C., Nancy of Cherry Hill, David of Milford, Maine, and his wife Lee, and Daniel of Augusta, Maine, and his wife Kara. She also leaves behind six grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 27, at Melson Funeral Home, Long Neck Road, Millsboro. Betty is loved an...

TV Linkzilla Daily: Westminster dog show, Rebirth's Grammy win, John Besh on ... - NOLA.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
The Westminster Dog Show. Grammy love for Rebirth. Antoine Batiste on the parade route. USA'The 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.' TV Linkzilla Daily for 2/13/12 starts now. The “136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show” launches at 7 p.m. Monday (Feb. 13) on USA, and you can’t tell the breeds without a scorecard. Fortunately, Ben Walker of the Associated Press (via mcall.com) has put together a ...

Junior Showmanship program enhances boy's bond with his dog - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Becker’s ability to handle Stella. This week, Becker and Stella, along with Becker’s mom, Dionne, have been in New York competing at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club dog show. After getting home, he’ll barely have time to catch his breath before putting Stella through her paces at this weekend’s Kennel Club shows in Greenville. Becker, a sixth-grader at Evergreen Community Charter School in Asheville, began training Stella as a puppy after accompanying his mom, who breeds Newfoundlands, to dog shows for most of his life. At 110 pounds, Stella is a whole lotta dog, and it took a while to get comfortable handling her in the ring. “The first six months were torturous,” said mom Dionne. “She would drag him, and he didn’t know what he was doing.” Eventually, Becker and Stella evolved into a great team. “I find it fun to go in and compete with people, with my best friend,” said Becker, a chatty, articulate kid who also loves reading a...

Mary Catherine Ward - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
University of Baltimore and was a member of Chapter # 191, Women of the Moose, Keyser.Surviving are her husband of 26 years, Charles F. Ward; two children, Denise Bartlett and husband Bunky of Westminster, MD and Roger Dale Vest, Jr. of Baltimore; two sisters, Rita Chmielewski of Baltimore and Elaine Watson of Keyser; five grandchildren, Ryan Michael Bartlett, Ashley Nicole Bartlett, Roger Dale Vest, III, Serena Lynn Vest and Destiny Marie Vest; three great-grandchildren, Nathan, Riley and Xander and numerous nieces and nephews.Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home, Keyser Chapel, on Saturday, January 28,2012 from 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. and on Sunday, January 29, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.Condolences and personal reflections to the family may be left after Mrs. Ward's obituary at www.smithfuneralhomes.net ...

Obituaries for the day of December 16, 2011 - La Grande Observer

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
He and his wife, Joy, supported the Oregon Symphony and Opera. When his sons were young, he put in many years as a troop leader and doctor with the Boys Scouts. He was a long-time member of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, serving as a deacon.  He was an avid reader; loved to dance to big band music; played bridge; worked crossword puzzles; learned watercolor painting; and played the organ. He was a life-time family archivist, writing and compiling records and pictures. He loved traveling through Europe, the Canadian Rockies, Mexico, Alaska and Hawaii, as well as the continental U.S.  In his last 10 years, he took long walks and continued gardening. Those who knew him say Vance had a bright disposition and loved life. He maintained a positive outlook to his final days.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Joy, who died in 1979 from Parkinson’s disease. He later married Ivy Ochsner. She died in 2001.  In addition to his brother, Bob (Vivian), Vance is survived by his children, Terry (MaryAnn), Annie Ocean (Karen), Scott (Margaret), Laurie and Rodger (Lisa), who spent his final three days by his bedside. He is also survived by many grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother, Frank, in 2004. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to any hospice organization.

Fitzrovia News 2011 year in review - Fitzrovia News

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Primark store on Oxford Street. Despite objections by community groups, residents associations and fans of the little street, both Camden and Westminster caved in to the retail giant. Permission was granted to widen the tiny lane to allow 18.5 tonne lorries to penetrate the rear of the store. Max Neufeld of the Charlotte Street Association asked: How much does it cost to buy planning permission which allows you to irreparably damage a conservation area and trample on the human rights of residents by allowing 18.5 tonne lorries to start deliveries at 6am? In Camden, it cost only £950,000 for the high street retailer Primark to be granted planning permission. But then Camden has never valued its residents in the south of the borough very highly. But Sally Humphreys of the News West End Company scolded residents and conservationists: The eastern end of Oxford Street is sad and in need of regeneration. We would certainly not support the destruction of a conservation area. However, we don’t believe...

Jason James Olinger - The Coloradoan

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
M.J. Olinger. Jason grew up and was baptized in Dubuque, Iowa. Early life found him around family, friends and relatives, where his dad taught him to bowl. At age eight, Jason and his family moved to Westminster, where Jason attended Mesa Elementary and Scott Carpenter Junior High. During this time, he became a Boy Scout and was active in the Arvada soccer program. At age thirteen, Jason and his family moved to Berthoud, Colorado. He attended Turner Middle School and graduated from Berthoud High School in 1989. At Berthoud Hig...

Time as a reporter was a true adventure - Carroll County Times

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Times directive. When my Dad told me a friend in Florida had read short articles I'd written - on a temporarily elusive phantom burglar in the ceiling of Westminster High School - that had gone to the Associated Press wires, I knew I'd arrived. But then, writing in 1977 about ambitious county resident, Elizabeth Belzer, as part of the first class of women to attend the U.S. Naval Academy, gained a personal response. Belzer, coming to attention for earning a hard-to-win spot at this worldwide reputable institution of higher learning, was simply seeking the best place to get instruction in ocean engineering. Belzer and I had lived a couple houses apart in our elementary school years before her family's move to Westminster; so, what a small world after all, to be able to catch up with her. It was an adventure, sometimes fun, sometimes serious, to write about and photograph everything from the then-new aerobics discipline, tenacious tornado victims, the weekly Market Baskets and roving reporter surveys to toe-tapping barbershop music, Henryton Center's sad closing, Liberty High School's glad opening and southern Carroll County firefighter volunteers' sacrificial giving. What an interesting cross-section of people I was privileged to meet in my reporting and photography duties at the Carroll County Times. As part of the Times responsibly covering the county, I only hoped writing about crime victims gave them a voice, warned protectors to be alert, and sounded a siren to freeze perpetrators in their tracks. It's inspiring to see since my days there that the Times has deepened its responsibility through daily coverage, continuing neighborhood reporting and other specific ongoing news like obituaries. The Times' uplifting commitment to report weddings, including my own to my beloved Neuman 35 years ago, and recently our son Mark's, to his cherished wife, Heather, is part of what makes the Times' community coverage consistent for generations. Thanks for the memories, Times. And Dad, thanks for recording that tape in my mind which came on with regularity until I obtained a college degree. Every Labor Day, I think about the adventures that academic honor started at the Carroll County Times. Jo Ann Bankert, a former Carroll County Times reporter/photographer, went on to home-school her four children for 13 years through high school. She has been a substitute teacher in public and private school systems since, and is open to freelance writing assignments. © 2011 Carroll County Times. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Posted in 100th anniversary on Sunday, December 11, 2011 2:35 pm. Updated: 2:40 pm.

Storage unit holds family secrets - Worcester Telegram

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Pilgrims on the Mayflower.“There are a lot of important documents,” Ms. Meyers said. “I just want the rightful person to have this.”Betsy Hannula, a historian from Westminster, said family records and photographs are easily lost from one generation to another. Ms. Meyers is an exception in her dedication to attempting to reunite the items with family members she has never met.“Once the oldest people in a family are gone, the children and grandchildren are in a bind to empty the house because the house has to be sold,” Mrs. Hannula said. “It's rare those left have any knowledge of the past their parents had, the appreciation of the past in general, or a concern for the final resting place of the objects left in the house.”Mrs. Hannula said there are many opportunities for documents and photographs to get lost when homes are being cleaned out, whether they are in a suitcase or locker that gets opened or a desk that never gets cleaned out.“It's a shame,” she said. “We could use those things at a historical society, where our job is to keep items that will tell our story after we are gone. Without them, everything we've done during our time on earth becomes hearsay.”...

Obituary for KIRSHNER

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Services in celebration of Marcelle's life will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 10:00 AM at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 32111 Watergate Road, Westlake Village, California 91361. The nearest major cross streets are Westlake Boulevard and Lakeview Canyon Road. Pastor Dave Gudgel of Palo Alto, California will conduct the service. A reception will be held following the church service at the Napa Tavern Restaurant, located at the corner of Westlake Boulevard and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Marcelle's family will scatter her ashes over the beautiful Pacific Ocean near Malibu Beach at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made in Marcelle's memory to Oaks Christian School, 31749 La Tienda Road, Westlake Village, California 91362.         Published on: Sat December 10, 2011 ... (Albuquerque Journal)




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