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Moore Funeral Home
1474 Al Highway 73
Bryant , AL 35958
(256) 597-2178
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Detroit Lions' Jim Schwartz among NFL's biggest jerks, CBSSports ... - MLive.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Lions' coach.But that's also included profanities directed at referee Ron Winter ("learn the (expletive) rules") and spats with Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, among others.Does all of this make Schwartz a "jerk" or someone who's just desperate to keep the Lions relevant?Suh not technically on the listDefensive tackle Ndamukong Suh didn't officially make the list, but was mentioned at No. 3, where Freeman put the bounty-alleged New Orleans Saints."If they're (the Saints) innocent, then this is where Ndamukong Suh , leg stomper, dirty player, shall go. So ordered," Freeman wrote.Email Josh Slagter at jslagter@mlive.com and follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/JoshSlagter...

Bryant Francis recommended for Shreveport job - Idaho Press-Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — The Shreveport Airport Authority has recommended Bryant Francis for its director's job and Bill Cooksey as deputy director. The Times reports (http://bit.ly/MsvJ2c ) Francis has been the deputy director of properties and business development at Boise Airport since 2008. Boise Airport managed more than 2.8 million passengers in 2011. He previously served as aviation real estate director for Wayne County Airport Authority in Detroit and as deputy...

Artist Alley had rich newspaper heritage

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
In a career that lasted more than 30 years, he did hundreds of caricatures, including one of legendary Alabama football coach Bear Bryant that led to a highly sought-after print. But his art was more inclusive. "He did a lot of paintings from portraits to landscapes," said his daughter, Elizabeth Alley, an artist and technical writer. "He sold his work sometimes, but a lot of times he did it just to give to people." Son Richard said that as a child, it "was amazing to watch. I would go to bed at night when he was sitting down to work on something. I would wake up in the morning, and there was this wonderful watercolor there. It was like Christmas every morning." Alley said his father continued to paint after his diagnosis, doing beach scenes and sunsets. Mr. Alley's first cousin, Dan Conaway, a marketing and advertising consultant and freelance writer, said that Mr. Alley improved on an inherited talent. "Rick comes from a long line of very talented artists and cartoonists, and I think Rick was the most talented. His dad and granddad were more about political cartooning than art. It was all about the visual side to Rick." Mr. Alley also leaves another daughter, Katherine Borden of Fort Lauderdale, and a sister, Jehl Palvado of Gulf Shores, Ala. Arrangements are incomplete. (The Commercial Appeal)

Maxine D. Monroe - Staunton News Leader

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Ben Thomas, Neil Cash, Allen Monroe and Doug Monroe. Honorary pallbearers will be family and friends attending the service. The family would like to give thanks to her special caregivers, Elizabeth Bryant and Amy Brown. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzeimers Association, 1160 Pepsi Place, Suite 306, Charlottesville, VA 22901 or the AH Hospice of the Shenandoah, P.O. Box 215, Fishersville,VA 22939. Family and friends may view the obituary and send condolences on line at www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com.

From Mission Mogul to Chinatown Businessman - Mission Local

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Center was a member of the prominent California Pioneer Society, a group of men who came to California in 1850 or earlier; some members of the group are memorialized by street names such as Bryant and Van Ness. Carey and other historians have speculated that Center Street, which became 16th Street in 1892, was named for John Center, but that could not be confirmed by historic records, and city ordinances from that far back are perhaps lost for good. Center’s ingenuity saved Mission lives during the 1906 fire. “Many of the residents of the Mission,” his obituary reads, “owe the saving of their homes … to the foresight which Center displayed in having … constructed his own water system.” According to the article, his system supplied four fire engines with enough water to stop the flames. When Center died at age 91, the farming fields had long been covered over by industrial businesses, which flourished after the construction, in 1860, of a railroad that connected San Jose and San Francisco, running through what is now San Jose Avenue and Harrison Street. In 1870, Mission Creek was manually filled to create land needed for continuing development in the Mission. San Francisco became the most important manufacturing center west of Chicago, and between the 1880s and 1950s, one-third of all San Franciscans made their living in industrial production, much of which happened in the Mission. Center participated heavily in that growth, which is probably why he listed himself in the 1880 census as a “capitalist.” He owned the “John Center Company and the California Cotton Mills, and was a director of two banks, Mission and Mission Savings,” according to the city planning report. When Center’s nephew George Center, a city supervisor, sold the land in 1924, it’s not surprising that the buyer, Sartorius Company, was involved in manufacturing. In the early 1900s, the Sartorius Company manufactured ornamental iron and bronze for things like elevators, gates and safes. A 1905 book on San Francisco commerce described the company as having “integrity, reliability and excellent workmanship.” After the 1906 fire, the company moved to 15th and Utah streets, where Albert F. Kindt took over as president. Kindt had the “eye of a good business man,” according to a 1908 Daily News Article. The Sartorius Company moved its business to the Mission, where it built the wooden warehouse seen today. Even though wood structures were more susceptible to destruction, and rare after 1906, they were quick and easy to build. The Mission at the time was filled with other small and medium-sized manufacturing companies, including, according to a city planning report, such operations as vinegar and piano works; trunk, broom, candle and soap factories; a brewery; a planing mill; and a dairy. More commercial-industrial operations were established in the less populated southern Mission. Shoe factories, a potter and a house-mover were located near the railroad station at Valencia and 25th streets; lumber yards came to fill the empty, irregular plots along the railroad alignment. The property on Hampshire was owned by Sartorius until 19...

Norman C. Rice - Barre Montpelier Times Argus

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Feb. 20, 2012, at Fletcher Allen Health Care with his loving wife and family surrounding him.Born Feb. 8, 1931, Norman was the son of Heman and Louise Rice. Norman attended Montpelier High School and Bryant College.Norman married Catherine Whiteneck in April of 1955, and they were together as they promised in their wedding vows until his passing.In 1948, Norman joined the state of Vermont Department of Highways.From 1953-1956, Norman served with the U.S. Army in Germany; after serving as deputy brigade commander in the Army Reserves, Norman retire...

Charles Armolt - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Sealand in Baltimore, MD with 32 years of service. He was a member of the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ in Petersburg, WV and the Mineral County Senior Citizens.Surviving are one daughter, Norma Bryant of Keyser; one son, Charles Steven Armolt and wife Emma of Berkeley Springs, WV; two brothers, William Armolt of LaVale, MD and Norman Armolt of Glen Burnie, MD; two sisters, Freda Little of Selma, NC andMary Millwood of Keyser and seven grandchildren, Cory Fitz, Bonnie Leister, Hunter Bryant, Charles Steven Armolt, Jr., John Michael Armolt, Brenda Renee Armolt and Tyler James Armolt.Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home, Keyser Chapel, on Friday, February 17, 2012 from 2-4 & 6-8 p.m.Funeral services will be conducted at the Smith Funeral Home, Keyser Chapel, on Saturday, February 18, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. with Pas...

Losing teams don't have to define winning players - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Seattle Seahawks were having a season that made Clemson’s look like a national championship contender that just didn’t quite get there. Former Clemson standout Jeff Bryant, drafted 10 years earlier, was a mainstay on the Seattle defensive line, but his skills were beginning to erode, one year removed from retirement. Bryant had come in as the No. 6 player taken in the draft the year after the Tigers’ national championship which some feel was made possible by a fumble recovery of Bryant’s in the last minute that preserved a win against North Carolina. But Bryant was one of the players being phased out in Seattle under a new management that installed Tom Flores as head coach and had gutted the franchise down to bare bones to reduce salary and enhance the profit margin. The result of the financial decisions on the roster was immediate and definitive. How bad were the 1992 Seahawks? The 2-14 record tells you what you need to know. The offense featured three quarterbacks who all spent time giving it their best shot – Kelly...

Crenshaw: Larry Striplin's proudest legacy is Bryant-Jordan Foundation - al.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
He was a member of the swimming and diving, basketball and baseball teams during his undergraduate years. But Striplin's greatest gift and display of determination can be found in the creation of the Bryant-Jordan Foundation. "I'm convinced this was his greatest pride and joy," said Ken Blankenship, a member of the Bryant-Jordan Board. "He's told me that a thousand times. He's associated with many (programs), but this is the one thing he was most proud of -- the Bryant-Jordan and what it's done in our state." Blankenship said well over $8 million in scholarships has been awarded to more than 2,000 students since the foundation was formed in 1986. Striplin and Blankenship were longtime friends, dating back to when the Montgomery resident was a football coach in Striplin's native Selma. He remembers his friend as someone who was determined to succeed at those things in which he believed. And he believed in the positive influence of sports. "He strongly believed sports and athletics could play a critical part in, first of all, keeping kids in school, and the role they play in their communities and their families," Blankenship said. "He had a passion for it." More than one person has talked since last week about Striplin's commitment to a project. No power running back pressed more f...

Hurry Up And Do The Howard-Bynum Trade Already - Hardwood Paroxysm

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Magic in their current incarnation and you want to avoid all the Howard trade talk at the All-Star game, the trade deadline, and beyond. I’m also over this painfully-average Lakers team that has Kobe Bryant either shooting a million times every game or watching his teammates miss wide open jumpers. Otis, I know it’ll hurt to help them out, but let’s just get it over with. Oster-Tags: Andrew Bynum, dwight howard, WHYOTISSMITHWHY ...




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