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Walter Funeral Home
553 South Juniper Street
Freeman , SD 57029
(605) 925-4259
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Leighton Sam Freeman

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Oct. 16, 1943 — May 2, 2012 Leighton Sam Freeman, 68, of Holley died May 2. He was born in Portland to Sam and June Freeman. He was primarily raised in Halsey and attended Halsey Grade School and Central Linn High. Leighton spent most of his working life as a truck driver. He drove for Morse Brothers for over 20 years. He loved driving and working on his dump truck. He enjoyed camping, snowmobiling, hunting, dancing and his dog, Buster. (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Key trio returns for San Jose's trip to Colorado - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Wednesday as the club is set to face a Colorado Rapids side that struggled in front of goal last time out.The Rapids are coming off of a 1-0 loss at Vancouver Whitecaps FC, a match that Hunter Freeman insists the visitors dominated."[Saturday] was maybe one of our best games in terms of being intense and dominating," Freeman told "All those things come around full circle, soccer's not always a fair game."It's disappointing to walk out of there with not even a point, I thought we deserved at least a point, maybe three."Rapids boss Oscar Pareja offered the simple solution on how to take all three points next time out."You have to put the ball in the back of the net, that's the way it is," Pareja told Saturday night. "That's how you get points. We were not sharp in front of the goal, we hit the post and you can call that unlucky but we have to be more effective."...

Detroit Lions' Jim Schwartz among NFL's biggest jerks, CBSSports ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz can't catch a break in the public relations department, not even from a former high school's Mike Freeman put together a list of the NFL's "biggest jerks" and Schwartz came in tied for ninth/10th with San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh.Freeman wrote: "This is a tough one. Went to high school with Schwartz. Love him. Excellent c...

Marion Anderson Neblett - Tulsa World

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Condolences may be left online at Freeman Harris 918-749-3333. This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 2/26/2012. Copyright 2012 World Publishing Co. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Obituary for Iva Carlock

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Carolyn and Edwin Tucker, of Ringgold, Ga., and Patricia and Ted Nave, of Chattanooga; two granddaughters, Leah Tucker, of Tyler, Texas, and Katie Nave and fiance, Morgan J. Freeman, of New York City, N.Y.; sister, Inez Barbree, of Chattanooga; sister-in-law, Ann Benefield; several nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 2012, in the funeral home chapel with Dr. Keith McLeod officiating.Interment will follow at Chattanooga National Cemetery.The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, and Friday until funeral time at the funeral home.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Judes Childrens Research Hospital.The family would also like to thank Rosewood Assisted Living and Hospice of Chattanooga for their care and concern.Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Wallis-Stewart Chap... (Chattanooga Press)

Dick Anthony Williams, Actor and Producer, Dies at 77

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Henry Street Settlement. The theater became a showcase for playwrights and actors including David Henry Hwang, Ntozake Shange, Amiri Baraka, Samuel L. Jackson, Morgan Freeman and Denzel Washington. The New Federal Theater is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Mr. Williams, who was born on Aug. 9, 1934, on the South Side of Chicago, spent four years of his childhood in a hospital being treated for polio. In an interview with The Chicago Tribune, he said being hospitalized had its advantages. It kept him safe, he said, and he “ate well.” But, he added, “it’s very gratifying now to see an iron lung and not have to get into it.” Mr. Williams began acting in Chicago while working as a member of a singing group called the Williams Brothers Quartet. He moved to Los Angeles, where he directed and starred in a production of Joseph Dolan Tuotti’s “Big Time Buck White.” Reviewing it for The New York Times when it played in New York in 1968, Clive Barnes praised Mr. Williams’s Buck, a Black Panther-like leader, for the “weary tolerance” with which he raises the consciousness of others. In 1974 and 1975 he was nominated for Tony Awards for his work in the dramas “Black Picture Show” and “What the Wine-Sellers Buy.” He won acclaim for his portrayal of Malcolm X opposite Paul Winfield’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1978 NBC mini-series “King,” and again in several theatrical productions of Jeff Stetson’s play “The Meeting,” which depicted a fictional meeting between the two civil rights leaders. In the early 1990s he was a regular on the ABC-TV series “Homefront.” He also had roles in many other television shows and in movies including “The Jerk” (as Steve Martin’s brother) and Spike Lee’s “Mo’ Better Blues.” Mr. Williams is survived by two daughters, Mona and Mikah, and a son, Jason. His wife, the actress Gloria Edwards, died in 1988. Mr. Williams ran actors’ workshops at the New Federal Theater from 1971 until the end of the decade. The workshops were free because he and the co-founder, Mr. King, wanted to develop new talent at a time when opportunities for black actors we... (New York Times)

Philip Vannatter, 70, Dies; O. J. Simpson Investigator

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
He went to Santa Monica College and later Humboldt State University, where he played football, but left after his junior year. He was working at an auto parts store when he met a nurse, Rita Freeman, and soon married her. He served in the Army in South Korea, and after his discharge in 1968 he enrolled in the Los Angeles Police Academy. Mr. Vannatter lived in Santa Clarita and in Vevay, Ind., where he and his wife moved after his retirement to help care for her parents in nearby Cincinnati. He worked for three years as chief deputy for the Dearborn County police in Indiana. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a brother, Joe; a son, Matthew; a daughter, Donna Thomas; and five grandchildren. After Mr. Simpson’s acquittal, many of Detective Vannatter’s critics were inclined to give him a break, casting him as an honest policeman who had made some mistakes and run into bad luck and a tide of ill will toward the Los Angeles police that was heightened in 1991 by the beating of Rodney King and exacerbated by the recordings of racist statements by Detective Fuhrman. “In a trial that showcased a good deal of shoddy detective work, the investigators also scored some brilliant successes,” Jeffrey Toobin wrote in his 1996 book, “The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson.” Perhaps the most poignant illustration of Mr. Vannatter’s good work and bad luck was the glove that Detective Fuhrman found in the Simpson yard. At the trial, the defense manipulated the prosecution into having Mr. Simpson try both gloves on, and he struggled to get them over his enormous hands. It was a powerful visual cue for the jury and led to Mr. Cochran’s telling the jury in his closing statement, “Remember these words: If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit.” Before then, however, it was Detective Vannatter who had been able to determine that the glove found by Detective Fuhrman was very rare, and that Mr. Simpson had bought one of only 200 pairs of that exact size and style that had ever been sold; he was even able to produce the receipt. “Besides the DNA evidence, this sales receipt may have been the most incriminating evidence in the entire case,” Mr. Toobin wrote. “Who else in Los Angeles except O. J. Simpson would have had access to these extremely rare gloves? Who else except O. J. Simpson would have used them to murder his ex-wife?” ... (New York Times)


Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Christ with Weldon Miller and George Alan O’Neal officiating. Interment will follow in Nevills Chapel Cemetery. Pallbearers are Dale McKelvey, Ray McKelvey, Darrell Cooper, Roy Fox, Jerry Van Freeman, Van Pat Lee, Bob Hedges, Jerry Laden, George Duncan, Rhodney Freeman, and Sammy Laden.Mrs. Dunn was born October 2, 1931 in Mount Pleasant to Joe Laden and Verna Wells Laden. She was an interior designer and a member of the North Jefferson Church of Christ.She is survived by a daughter, Donna Dale Carey of Dallas; nieces and nephews, Gary and Kathy Holloway of Odessa, Kenneth and Sharon Laden of Oklahoma Ci... (Daily Tribune)

Louise Hertha Green Hughes - Daily Herald

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Death Notices Robert Freeman Bird, age 95 of Springville, passed away Wednesday, December 28, 2011. Services will be held Saturday, January 7, 2012 at 11 a.m. in the LDS Chapel at 1785 E. 400 S., Springville. There will be a viewing Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wheeler Mortuary, 211 E. 200 S., Springville and Saturday at the church from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. prior to the service. Mignon Balser Davis, age 80 of Spri...

Betty Pool - Daily Herald

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Death Notices Robert Freeman Bird, age 95 of Springville, passed away Wednesday, December 28, 2011. Services will be held Saturday, January 7, 2012 at 11 a.m. in the LDS Chapel at 1785 E. 400 S., Springville. There will be a viewing Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wheeler Mortuary, 211 E. 200 S., Springville and Saturday at the church from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. prior to the service. Mignon Balser Davis, age 80 of Spri...

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