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Camero Crematory and Funeral Home

Camero Crematory and Funeral Home
20567 Highway 16 South
San Antonio, TX 78073
Phone: (210) 624-2428
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Alexandria Durriya Foster - Oak Ridger

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Foster; her sisters, Madison and Skylar; grandparents, Catherine (Sonny) Gipson of Powell, Tenn., Ernestine Johnson of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Deneen Foster of Birmingham, Ala., and Tarence Foster of San Antonio, Texas; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. on June 13, 2012, at Overcoming Believers Church (OBC). The family will receive friends on the day of services between noon and 1 p.m.Services conducted by Jarnigan and Son Mortuary.

Clark Aided Blacks on 'Bandstand'? Not Always - The Root

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Bandstand started broadcasting nationally in 1957, it had to avoid being tainted by the anti-rock and roll protests taking place across the country. City councils from Jersey City to Santa Cruz to San Antonio had banned rock performances, and radio stations in Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver, Lubbock and Cincinnati refused to play rock and roll. The fear was in large part fueled by concerns about racial mixing, and on that front, Bandstand was indeed groundbreaking. Clark's show put African-American music and performers on television every day. While it featured a sanitized version of rock and roll, with white teen idols such as Bobby Rydell and Frankie Avalon, American Bandstand also hosted black vocal groups such as the Coasters and the Impressions; early girl groups such as the Shirelles; Motown artists such as Mary Wells and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles; and R&B and soul pioneers such as James Brown and the Famous Flames, Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin. Clark brought African-American performers to national television in an era when such performances were rare. American Bandstand also helped invent the demographic that still dominates popular culture: teenagers. It was the first national television program aimed squarely at teens, and it laid the groundwork for the baby boom generation, defining what teens listened to, how they danced and what they wore, ate and drank. Clark was well aware that advertisers were eager to reach te...

Newspapers: Don't Fear Paywall Plunge - NetNewsCheck.com

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Executives from the Tulsa World, The Ottawa Herald and the Columbia Daily Tribune — three newspapers that have shifted their content behind paywalls — speaking at the Key Excutives Mega Conference in San Antonio told newspapers that the shift to paid content was nothing to fear, offering up their papers' success as the benefits of paywalls. Newspapers of any size don't have to worry that the sky wi...

Funeral Service Tomorrow Following Death of Young Spring Branch Man - KGNB 1420 AM

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
EMS crews responded, they began performing CPR. Deputies took over that CPR until EMS crews were on scene, and then Airlife was called in and Sizer was transported to University Hospital in San Antonio where he later died. The 23-year old was Spring Branch native and a 2007 graduate of Smithson Valley High School. According to an obituary in the San Antonio Express News, a funeral service is being held at noon tomorrow at the Spring Branch Baptist Church on US Hwy 281 prior to his cremation. His parents and siblings will then scatter his ashes along the shoreline of the Texas Coast.

Dr. John P. Shayne - Staunton News Leader

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
SAN ANTONIO — Dr. John Patrick Shayne, 57, graduated to eternal life at 3:30 a.m., the hour of divine mercy, on Tuesday, March 13, 2012, after a long battle with brain cancer. John was a graduate of The State University of New York at Buffalo in 1976 and SUNY at Buffalo Medical School in 1980. John was a general surgery resident at the Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine, graduated in 198...

David Hamilton - People's Tribune

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Alice Hamilton. On June 14, 1999 he married Mary Price Hamilton.He is survived by his wife, Mary of Bowling Green; his mother, Alice of Peoria, Ill.;  children, Shane Hamilton and wife, Cindy of San Antonio, Texas, Elizabeth Clement and husband, Jerome of Clarksville, Tenn., David Clay Hamilton of Wright City and Christina Cooper of Inola, Okla.;  two step-daughters; nine grandchildren; four step-grandchildren and one step-great granddaughter; two sisters, Carol Betts and husband, George and Linda Hursha and husband, Charles; two brothers, Danny Hamilton, George Hamilton and wife, Gail, all from Illinois; many nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his father, Norman Hamilton and a sister,...

Coming Soon for Feb. 26 - Gadsden Times

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. March 5-8; Amelia Island, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Fla., April 16-20; Mackinac Island, Aug. 12-18. Call Barbara Wideman, 205-594-4289. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, March 25-31, price $569; Mt. Rushmore and Badlands of South Dakota, May 19-27, price $759; and Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, Sept. 24-Oct. 5. Call Doris Hann, 256-492-3465. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO LANCASTER, Pa., May 14-19. Cost is $468 per person double. Call Belinda at the Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. June 4-8. Cost is $415. Call Greg Dial, 256-494-4895, Senior Circle, GRMC. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $411. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. Sign Up For A Washington, D.C. Tour, six days, five Nights, June 7-12. Tour the Capitol, White House, Smithsonian, Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln and Washington Memorials and several war memorials. Book early with a $75 deposit. Deadline is April 1. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society members are working on several cemeteries in Etowah County: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Mount Lookout Cemetery, Tillison Cemetery, McCauley Cemetery, Reid Cemetery, Oak Park Cemetery, Old Attalla Cemetery and Moody Cemetery in Altoona. If anyone knows of unmarked graves in these or any information on these cemeteries, contact RoseMary Hyatt, 256-538-1122 and Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young’s Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739.

Bobbie Vern Little Coslin - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Teague, Texas to Byron and Tommye Bond Little.  Byron was sent to fight in World War II, before Bobbie was born.  Bobbie met her dad for the first time at Brooks Army General Hospital in San Antonio when she was one and a half years old.She graduated from Marlin High School and went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.  After working in several facilities, Bobbie retired  as a Registered Nurse from the Terrell State Hospital.  Bobbie was baptized at the Sanders Creek Baptist Church and remained a Baptist throughout her life.  Her life was her kids and grandkids.Bobbie was preceded in death by her father.Those left to cherish her memory include her mother, Tommye Little of Marlin, her children, Darrell Coslin of Rockwall, Deneen Bushman of Ennis and Darren Coslin of Ennis, Grandchildren, DanielleCoslin of Rockwall, Drew Byron Coslin of Rockwall, Hunter Lee Coslin of Ennis, Aryam Coslin of En...

Coming Soon for Feb. 19 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. March 5-8; Amelia Island, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Fla., April 16-20; Mackinac Island, Aug. 12-18. Call Barbara Wideman, 205-594-4289. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, March 25-31, price $569; Mt. Rushmore and Badlands of South Dakota, May 19-27, price $759; and Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, Sept. 24-Oct. 5. Call Doris Hann, 256-492-3465. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO LANCASTER, Pa., May 14-19. Cost is $468 per person double. Call Belinda at the Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. June 4-8. Cost is $415. Call Greg Dial, 256-494-4895, Senior Circle, GRMC. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $411. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. Sign Up For A Washington, D.C. Tour, six days, five Nights, June 7-12. Tour the Capitol, White House, Smithsonian, Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln and Washington Memorials and several war memorials. Book early with a $75 deposit. Deadline is April 1. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534.

Churchill graduate mourned - San Antonio Express

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Justice of the Peace Kristi DeCluitt. The Baylor Lariat reported that Patterson's body, identified through dental records, was in the back seat of the car, which still bore license plates from a San Antonio dealership. The McLennan County Sheriff's Office did not return several calls seeking comment Monday. “We're all deeply diminished because we no longer enjoy his company,” said family friend Brad Russell. He referred the audience to the back of the program where a young Patterson, clad in a white robe, stood chest-high in the waters of a Hill Country spring for his baptism. “God was with him,” Russell said. “From the wonderful to the tragic days.” Patterson, a freshman studying film and digital media, was pledging the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, according to his obituary. Inside the church at 15315 Huebner Road, his older brother, Evan, a senior at Baylor and member of the same fraternity, fought back tears as he read from a small notepad.




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