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Cemetery Pleasant Ridge
403 Dobson Street
Armour , SD 57313
(605) 724-2703
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821 Main Avenue
Armour , SD 57313
(605) 724-2370
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Edson W. Spencer, Longtime Chief of Honeywell, Dies at 85

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
William Spencer, was a World War I hero and the chairman of the North American Car Corporation, a railroad car manufacturer. His grandfather, F. Edson White, was president of the meatpacking firm Armour & Company. Mr. Spencer served in the Navy and later graduated from Williams College in Massachusetts. He went on to Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, the former Harriet McClure Stuart; three sons, Edson Jr., Douglas and James; a daughter, Linda Murchison; and nine grandchildren. (New York Times)

Blake Griffin Will Dunk On Your Face - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Collins can justify his decision on the field. “Saban’s visit left a permanent mark in her mind. After Collins arrived in Orlando for the week of practices before the Under Armour [all-star] Game, he called his mom to make it clear that he would likely choose Alabama and that he had reached this decision on his own,” ESPN’s Christopher Schultz writes. “Justin responded with a text that said she couldn’t support his choice and wasn’t going to come to the game. Collins texted back about how he loved her and that she wasn’t that kind of mom – that’s why he knew she would come. She arrived the afternoon of the game.” * * * College football fans who lived through Kurt Cobain may remember one-time University of Florida quarterback Bobby Sabelhaus: nice personality, good-looking guy, couldn’t throw worth a lick. Once labeled the best high school quarterback in the nation, Sabelhaus quickly flamed out upon reaching Gainsville. After bouncing around a few other schools in an attempt to recapture his mojo, he eventually quit the sport altogether. Since leaving football, Sabelhaus has clawed his way to a job as a fledgling producer in the Hollywood scene, having worked on movies like “X-Men: The Last Stand,” “Constantine,” and the unforgettable Amanda Bynes Oscar contender, “She’s the Man.” It’s an unexpected though happily received career change, maybe enough to placate Gator lifers who expected him to be the second coming of Danny Wuerffel. Currently working on a science-fiction adaptation of “The Count of Monte Cristo” (yes, really), Sabelhaus isn’t at all disappointed with how his life has turned out, telling Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples that the experience prepared him for the constant Hollywood grind. Of course, recruiting has changed since he came of age. Back then, his top ranking was determined by a few magazines, rather than the consensus of a dedicated national media that wouldn’t necessarily make such a designation so haphazardly. “It’s difficult to project what might have happened had Sabelhaus grown up in the current age of non-stop recruiting coverage. He might have become a bigger celebrity, and thus a bigger bust,” Staples writes. “Or, the intensity of the attention might have made it obvious to all even before National Signing Day a href="http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/andy_staples/01/30/bobby-sabelhaus/index.html" target="_bla...

Mark Goldweber, Leading Dancer With Joffrey, Dies at 53

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
The Company,” a 2003 Robert Altman film about a ballet troupe, in which he played himself. Mr. Goldweber was born on April 8, 1958, in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami. He trained with Thomas Armour and at the Washington School of Ballet and the New York City Ballet-affiliated School of American Ballet. He is survived by his father, Morton; his brother, Adam; and his sister, Ruth. (New York Times)




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