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Benefield Funeral Home of Ashland
85499 Highway 9
Ashland , AL 36251
(256) 354-2434
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Clay County Funeral Home and Memory Gardens Inc
85251 Highway 9
Ashland , AL 36251
(256) 354-3214
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Business Digest for Saturday, June 23, 2012 - MetroWest Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Greater Boston Commercial Properties, which helped broker the lease. The company, Snowjam Snowboards LLC, will move to the Hopkinton site at 34 Hayden Rowe from a smaller space on Eliot Street in Ashland, according to a statement from Bret O’Brien of Greater Boston Commercial Properties, which represented the owner of the Hopkinton building. Snowjam was represented by Rick Kaplan of RE/MAX Executive Realty’s commercial division, according to the Worcester Business Journal.Boston health summit to honor Smith and OwensTwo Framingham residents, Dr. Philip Smith, a podiatrist  at the Whittier Street Health Center in Boston, and Edward Owens, president and CEO of Owners Movers in Everett, will be honored with a Health Champions Award on June 30 at the Whittier Street Health Center’s Men’s Health Summit. Smith and Owens are being honored for their commitment to promoting a healthy lifestyle. The summit takes place from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Whittier Street Health Center, 1290 Tremont St., Roxbury. For more information, call 617-989-3028 or visit wshc.org.Babson students launch businessesAs part of a required course, first-year Babson College students are given the assignment to develop a business model for a team of 30 individuals to run through the spring semester. For the first time, this year’s 18 businesses include services and products in the social entrepreneurship arena. The Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (FME) course is a seven-credit, yearlong imme...

Obituary for Lillian Humphreys

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
J. R. Martin; two great-grandchildren; sisters, Violet King, of Humboldt, Tenn. and Dollie (Roy) Neal, of Coral Gables, Fla.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. today at Lane Funeral Home, Ashland Terrace.Interment will follow in Chattanooga National Cemetery.Visit www.lanefh.com to share condolences.Arrangements are by Lane Funeral Home, 601 Ashland Terrace. (Chattanooga Press)

Feb. 28 Open Line - Jacksonville Journal Courier

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Percent.I have a great idea. Chandlerville, deactivate your partnership with Ashland and send your kids eight miles up the road to Virginia and their soon to be new facility. Let Ashland fend for themselves.I just saw a picture of the device that the Virginia governor and Republican legislature proposed using on all women contemplating an abortion in Virginia. It would have been physically painful and emotionally humiliating to use this invasive device. They should be ashamed of themselves. They should fall to their knees and beg every woman in Virginia for forgiveness before resigning in disgrace. This is America, not North Korea, China, Afghanistan or Iran. These old white men obsessed with women actually having control of their body are despicable.If alcoholism is a disease then wouldn’t DUIs be a form of discrimination?It’s an Obama world. This radical administration doesn’t think twice about attacking and smearing the Catholic Church in America but made a special trip to a Virginia mosque this...

Obituary for Mike Booth

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Taylor Booth; father, Bob Booth; brother, John (Nancy) Booth; sister, Karen (John) Sills; many cherished nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Lane Funeral Home, Ashland Terrace with Minister Jake Hendrix and Minister Joey Davis.Visit www.lanefh.com to share condolences.Visitation is 4-9 p.m. today and 4-9 p.m. Friday at Lane Funeral Home, Ashland Terrace. (Chattanooga Press)

Leslie 'Les' Clinton Drew

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Joseph and brother, Jim Drew.He is survived by his wife, Norma Drew of Lewistown; a sister, Lois Timmer of Grand Rapids, Mich.  He is also survived by son, William (Nicholas) Giambroni in Ashland, Ore., daughter, Elizabeth Meadows (David) Greenfield of Evanston, Ill, and son, Jonathan (Sharon) Drew of Helena.  Also surviving are step children: Lisa (Brian) Leven of Dallas, Texas, Jill (Jose) Torres in Vancouver, Wash., Murphy Doggett in Manassas, Va. and grandchildren Zoe Meadows Greenfield, Kate and Emily Leven, Alex and Grace Torres, Christine, Robbie and Katie Moore and Gianna Drew.His friends and students said Les was such a handsome man, intelligent and charming, never boring, never dull, so controversial, and so entertaining.  Les was known for his “dry” sense of humor.  When with Les, one never quite knew what to expect.  His private spider collection holds several thousand spiders, from rare, small, large, to common, (all dead, of course) and a vast collection of journals of arachnology.  Les also had a large library of over 1,000 books.  If he was here, he could tell you about them all.At his request, cremation has taken place and a celebration of his life will be held at a later date.Memorials are suggested to the charity of the donor’s choice.Creel Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. (Lewistown News-Argus)

Edgar F. Kaiser Jr., Former Denver Broncos Owner, Dies at 69

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Resources, Mr. Kaiser rose to chairman and chief executive. Under his watch it produced more coal than any other Canadian company, and he expanded it by buying the Canadian assets of Kentucky-based Ashland Oil. In 1980 he sold Kaiser Resources at a big profit. The hope was that the proceeds might save the family empire, but they were not enough and, anyway, he had made it clear that he did not want to run the family shop even if it were preserved. “The fun of building the Kaiser companies was the fun that my grandfather and the men that worked with him had,” he told The Los Angeles Times in 1985. “And my life’s ambition was not to try to somehow achieve the top of administering what they had had fun building.” So Edgar Kaiser Jr. stayed in Canada, where he had become a citizen. He bought the Bank of British Columbia, a regional bank that challenged Canada’s big five banks in some markets until plunging resource prices put it under. For years afterward he popped up in deals in real estate, waste management and other sectors. The French-fry vending machine venture ended in bankruptcy in 1994. Mr. Kaiser devoted much of his time to the Kaiser Foundation, which he started in Vancouver, British Columbia, to promote compassionate treatment of drug abusers. The foundation announced his death, but did not give a cause. Maclean’s magazine once described Mr. Kaiser as “a loner who has never been clubby and has never worried about society’s niceties or what people think of him.” So when details of his private life leaked out, they were eagerly printed. How, for instance, when his house in Vancouver caught fire, he rushed to rescue his Lamborghini and Porsche. Or how he demolished a four-year-old mansion so he could replace it with a better one. Edgar Fosburgh Kaiser Jr. was born on July 5, 1942, in Portland, Ore., graduated from Stanford in 1965 and earned an M.B.A. from Harvard in 1967. He worked for the United States Agency for International Development as an economist in Vietnam. He was a White House fellow in the Johnson administration and an aide to Interior Secretary Walter J. Hickel in the Nixon administration. It was his father who had asked him to come back to Kaiser — a request he accepted with sadness, he told The Los Angeles Times, because he knew it would mean dismantling his grandfather’s great achievement. His father died in 1981. In 1969, as an advance man for a Nixon trip to Asia, he met a Pan Am flight attendant, Lilja Arkolainen, whom he divorced his first wife, the former Caroline Orr, to marry in 1974. That marriage, too, ended in divorce. His survivors include his wife, Susan; his son, Edgar III; and his daughter, Suki Kaiser. Mr. Kaiser raced cars, motorcycles and sailboats; navigated his yacht up the Amazon; and in 1998 released a soft-rock CD called “Threads of My Life,” on which he sang his own compositions. In 1988 he set the around-the-world record for a medium-weight airplane, and after landing he drove his 8-year-old son to school. Once ... (New York Times)

Gere Goble: Wonderful teachers, one and all - Mansfield News Journal

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Eventually, my boss got it through my thick skull that I was actually supposed to care about our readers. Dealing with callers became much easier after that. By the time I landed in Ashland, I was very, very good at handling reader complaints. Co-workers would forward their angriest callers to me and by the time I hung up the phone, we'd be laughing and joking. It might take me an hour, but I'd listen to the reader's problem and we'd work out a solution. It was not my favorite part of the job, but I'd long since learned it was one of the most important. One day when I was very new in town, I got a call from an angry old lady. She wanted something in the paper about her church's expansion project. She'd written something up and mailed it in, and she'd called and talked to other staffers -- but so far, nothing had made it into the paper. That lady read me the riot act. Even after she'd convinced me that we needed to put something in the paper, she continued lecturing me. I listened patiently, but I started to wonder what it was going to take to make this woman happy. But then she said something -- I don't remember exactly what it was -- that reminded me so strongly of my own grandmother that I committed the greatest of all possible sins: I laughed. I couldn't help it. I literally laughed out loud. My only hope was that she hadn't heard me. No such luck. "Young lady, were you laughing at me?" she demanded sternly. There was nothing for it: I threw myself at the mercy of the court. "I did. I'm sorry," I confessed. "You just sounded so much like my Grandma, I couldn't help it." So she asked about my grandmother, and we talked a while, and then she told me about her grandchildren and a week later she had me out to the church barbecue to help celebrate the new addition. Her name was Daisy. She was my first friend in the community. We corresponded for several years after that, and I still have many of her letters. She was a lovely person. Her eyesight was failing, and her handwriting became increasingly large and shaky. But she always opened her letters with "My Dear Friend," and I treasured every one. We fell out of touch around the time I became a mom -- I was too busy, I guess. I always regretted that, though, and thought about her often -- particularly on those now-rare occasions when I had to deal with an angry caller at the office. I saw her obituary in the Ashland paper last week. Daisy was 101 when she died on Jan. 13. I had to cry. In that one...

James A. Cook Sr. - People's Tribune

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
Illinois National Guard. He began his long and passionate ministerial career by serving pastorates in Browning, Ill., Pigott, Ark., Atlanta and Leonard, Prescott, Ariz., Ashland, Ill., St. Joseph, Mich., and then worked in the publishing department at Lincoln Christian College and an interim pastorate in Havana, Ill.He returned to full time pastoral care at Ashland, Ill., Vandalia, Panama City, Fla., Beardstown, Ill., Petersburg, Ill., and Aberdeen, Miss prior to retiring in Portland where he provided pulpit supply for Pilot Grove, High Hill, and Gasconade churches.In addition, Jim conducted numerous evangelistic crusades and revival meetings throughout the United States. While in Mississippi, he provided leadership for the Christian State Convention.Memorial gifts are suggested to First Christian Church Building Fund. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.buchanancody.com.

Mary Danz (Marnie) - The Coloradoan

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Mary Jeanette Danz, of Berthoud, died peacefully on Dec. 15, 2011. Mary was a Christmas child, born on Dec. 25th, 1950, to Culver and Olga Danz in Ashland, Wis. For the past 25 years, Mary lived in Colorado and worked for Vet Line and Sunrise Medical Center where she lit up the office with her joyful laughter and smile. Mary was known to her friends and family by many names including Marnie, Moonie and MeeMoo. One of her greatest joys was the many nieces and nephews who loved her as Moonie. Marnie lived for the weekends, when she could head ...

Gordon J. "Doc" Iverson

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
The Gordon J. Iverson Scholarship Fund (for Future Veterinary Students) c/o Harvard Savings Bank 58 N. Ayer St. Harvard, IL 60033, or St. Labre Indian School, P.O. Box 216, Ashland, MT 59004.For more information please call Saunders & McFarlin Funeral Home at 815-943-5400.Sign the online guestbook at saundersmcfarlin.net     Otto Poser Jr. Reader Tributes The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of lewistownnews.com. Submit a Tribute All tributes will be reviewed by our Web staff before appearing on the Web site. Please note: You must enter a valid email address to post a comment; this is for internal use only, your email address will not appear with your comment Return to: Obituaries « Home « Top of Page ^   Display Ads Today's Weather Today's Stocks Special Sections Special Section: Business Card Directory 2010-11-01 Special Section: Discover Lewistown 2011 2011-07-28 ... (Lewistown News-Argus)




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