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Reck Funeral Home
313 East 1st Avenue
Miller , SD 57362
(605) 853-3127
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Six-year vet Zachary Miller headed to Akron - Culpeper Star Exponent

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
By: Ron Counts Culpeper Star ExponentPublished: June 24, 2012 Updated: June 24, 2012 - 12:00 AM Zachary Miller had a premonition Saturday during the 10th annual Soap Box Derby of Culpeper. With four races yet to be run, Miller studied one of the oversized heat sheets displayed at the bottom of the hill at the new permanent track off Route 522 and turned to pit crew member Daniel Hunley with a simple message. “Look at the board, I’m going to Akron,” said the youngest of three Millers that became Soap...

One thing leads to another, like the mystery man on the hill - Richmond Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Missourian the following Thursday. I found it even stranger that June 24 was on a Sunday in 1917, the same as this year.“The Masonic Celebration  … Splendid Sermon By Rev. Cecil Miller Aker … A procession of Masons that filled one side of the square met at their hall at 1:30 o’clock on Sunday afternoon and moved as silently as a funeral procession around the square, going to the Methodist Church, where the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the forming of the first Grand Lodge, at London, England took place. The silent and graceful march around the square was a reminder, or rather symbolic, of the quiet way in which the Masonic fraternity has worked for these hundreds of years and accomplished so much.“On the pulpit of the church were flowers of every imaginable color, and to some it was a reminder that in ever...

Obituary for BUCHMILLER

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Search Results BUCHMILLER -- WANDA MARIE ROBINSON At the age of 59, Wanda passed away on 6/21/2012 in Albuquerque, NM after a long and courageous battle with lung cancer. Ms. Buchmiller was born in Memphis, TN and moved to Albuquerque, NM in 1969. She was a graduate of Del Norte High School. Wanda was employed by the Albuquerque Police Department for 25 years as a dispatcher and retired in 2001 as a Communications T... (Albuquerque Journal)

Obituary for BLAUGRUND

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Son of Ilse and Sigmund Blaugrund. He is survived by his mother Ilse Blaugrund, wife Edie and daughters Stacy and Dana. He is survived by his sister and brother in law Maxine and Steve Miller and many other family members. He loved his dogs Heineken, Schnapps, Midori, Bacardi, Douli, and Sangria. He was honored and named as one of the top dentists in Albuquerque. His patients loved, admired, and respected him. He was the Best Dad in the whole world and will be very missed. The funeral will be at Congregation Albert 3800 Louisiana Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87110, at 12 Noon on Monday June 25, 2012. Graveside to follow at Fairview Memorial Park at, 700 Yale Blvd Southeast, Albuquerque, NM 87106. Donations in Marvins' memory can be sent to The New Mexico Holocaust and Intolerance Center in Care of Jewish Federation of New Mexico. FRENCH 7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE (505) 823-9400         Published on: Mon June 25, 2012 ... (Albuquerque Journal)

Obit: Robert W. Jones - Dover Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He is survived by his wife Cindy Jones 2 sons, Christopher and Brett Jones; his mother Mary Davis of Hartly;  brother George “Sonny” Davis, wife Lisa and daughter Kristi of Smyrna; and sister Barbara Miller, husband William and daughters Kim and Amy of Hartly, as well as many friends and relatives.Funeral services will be 11am, Thursday, June 28, at Torbert Funeral Chapel South, 1145 East Lebanon Rd., Dover. Friends may call 6-8pm Wednesday evening. Interment will be in Sharon Hills Memorial Park, Dover. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made in his memory to Wesley United Methodist Church, 209 S. State St., Dover, DE 19901. Letters of condolence may be sent and guestbook signed at

Miss Shreveport, Miss Greater Baton Rouge win Friday preliminaries - Monroe News Star

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Saturday night at the W.L. “Jack” Howard Theatre in Monroe. Miss Shreveport Carley McCord won the lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit competition, while Miss Greater Baton Rouge Megan Miller won the talent honors.Miller won the talent honors for her singing performance of the song “Angels.” The Children’s Miracle Maker Award was also given to Miss Louisiana Watermelon Festival Jaden Leach for being the contestant who raised the most money for the Children’s Miracle Network, the national platform that Miss America endorses. The Friday preliminaries were a continuatio...

Birmingham Festival Theatre serves up another effective 'Last Hotel ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Connor, who knew Dinah's mother well. As the Freedom Riders arrive, and one takes refuge in Dinah's hotel, tensions are coming to a head. Like the 1996 production, director Edward C. Miller's revival pulls no punches, and he's cast the show well from top to bottom. Amanda Maddox sets the tone right away as Dinah Fraley. You can see the tension on her face as the show opens, and her riveting performance is the production's moral compass. Likewise with David Seale's Pete. Pete wants to do the right thing, but he also knows the ramifications of doing that, and that tension is evident throughout the show. Their children, Gracie and Benny, are ably played by Erin McMahon and Douglas Coghlan. Marcus Emel and Alysa Rambo are quite effective as Nathan and Lydia Stamps. Nathan is Pete's co-worker, and after a rocky start, they bond on the baseball field and concoct an event that may be the end of Bull Connor, who seems to be losing his grip on reality. As reporter Sugarfoot and Freedom Rider Angel, Evan Miller and Sayo Orange are welcome additions to Lydia's hotel. DETAILS What: “The Last Hotel for Women” Where:Birmingham Festival Theatre; 933-2383 When: Through June 30 Bottom line: Review gets four out of five stars What this production doesn't have that 1996's did is Randy Marsh as Bull Connor, a very tough act to follow. Marsh's Connor had a full arc -- fie...

Belva Maxine Miller obit - Akron News-reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Belva Maxine Miller, daughter of William H and Eliza A Miller, was born January 30, 1925 in the Township of Clay, Pawnee County, Nebraska and passed away in Akron, Colorado on June 6, 2012. Belva completed her schooling at Akron High School in 1941. She made Akron her final home when she returned in 1964 to own and operate the Montgomery Ward store, where she provided service to the community until the catalog...

Mauldin's Younginer makes Drive debut - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Drive debut, a former Clemson star on the mound for the visitors, and a Red Sox pitcher making a start. And it was a close game that Hickory won 4-3. With 3,689 fans looking on at Fluor Field, Andrew Miller made another rehab appearance, starting the game for the Drive. Mauldin’s Madison Younginer then made his long-awaited debut as a member of the Drive. Will Lamb, who starred at Clemson, started on the mound for Hickory (4-1). Miller threw just the first inning, striking out one batter and retiring the side in order o...

Bob Shryock: He spent a lifetime helping others - Gloucester County Times -

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Sports Medicine in Woodbury while continuing to volunteer for international athletics. His travels took him around the country and around the globe. “He spent a lifetime helping others,” says Gar Miller, a close friend. Wayne’s health problems began in 1980 with a form of hepatitis that became chronic. Says Joan, “Steroids controlled it well but caused osteoarthritis in both ankles, which was painful and prevented him from running. So he took up cycling with the same fervor, often riding 20 or more miles before work.” Wayne eventually sold the Woodbury PT business and was hired full-time by Gloucester County Special Services School District, retiring in 2009. By then, Wayne’s hepatitis was unrelenting, requiring a successful liver transplant. “As he recovered, he realized just how sick he’d been, because he felt so well. But he’d never let it stop him from his activities. The day before his surgery, he bicycled an hour and washed his truck.” Then, in May 2009, a month before retiring, he suffered a brain hemorrhage while helping lead a beginners’ bicycle group. He was in two hospitals, spent months at Magee in rehabilitation, weeks in Manor Care, and had home therapy and outpatient therapy. “Not to mention all the hard work he did, finding his way back.” Joan says there was some “back-sliding” when she’d try keeping up with the exercises. “And then he had loss of balance one day and suffered a broken hip. Surgery went well, but most of his cognitive progress was eliminated; we found out after the fact that anesthesia can do this. “But he worked hard again and was doing his best, always willing to go out, or have friends over, never displaying a negative attitude or statement. But without consistent therapy, and with the arthritic ankles, balance was a problem. He struck his head when he fell backward in our kitchen. “There was no detectable damage, but I think it set off a change in his attitude that hadn’t been apparent. He’d say ‘yes’ if I asked him if he was sad, but he still would want to go places and take part in things. “Then he had an adverse reaction to an antidepressant which made things worse — his speech stopped, and activities were attempted only when he was prompted and helped. “Very cautiously another antidepressant was tried which may have helped if used sooner and more aggressively. But I really think Wayne decided he couldn’t/wouldn’t live this way anymore. “Strokes were always his worst nightmare. He had the hardest time with those patients. “So it was very cruel iron...

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