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Morrison Funeral Homes
10865 Highway 72
Cherokee , AL 35616
(256) 359-4033
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Joseph Wych - Sioux City Journal

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
It was during this time he met his future wife, Marg Daniel. He was united in marriage to Marg on June 10, 1947, at the Kingsley United Methodist Church. Marg and Joe moved to a farm near Cherokee, Iowa, for a short time before moving to their current homestead south of Akron in January of 1949. Marg passed away Sept. 3, 2011. Joe was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church in Akron, the Hoschler American Legion Post 186 of Akron, and Plymouth County Farm Bureau. He was on the board of directors of the Akron Farmers Co-op for 12 years. He and Marg enjoyed several trips overseas to see relatives in England and Europe and other trips to Mexico and around the U.S. He and Marg enjoyed going to Akron High School sporting events for many years. They had been fans of Akron-Westfield sports for more than 60 years. Joe and Marg received the “Fan of the Year” award two times. They also served as parade marshals for the Homecoming celebration. Joe enjoyed bowling. He bowled in three leagues and was inducted into the Akron Lanes Hall of Fame. He was an avid fan of the New York Yankees, Boston Celtics, Indianapolis Colts and the Iowa Hawkeyes. Joe loved the times spent with family and friends. He will be greatly missed Survivors include his three sons, Bob Wych (Debbie) of Sedona, Ariz., Jerry Wych of Fullerton, Calif., and Ron Wych (Sandy) of Akron, Iowa; six grandchildren, Heidi Cline (Nate), Aaron Wych (Abbi), Charity Leekley, Tori Dye (fiance, Jason Pangburn), Joe Wych, and Jake Wych; a great-granddaughter, Hope Hasenbank; a sister-in-law, Patricia White; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Marg; and two brothers, Paul and Kenneth. Memorials can be made in Joe’s name to the Akron Care Center Building Fund in c/o the Akron Care Center, 121 South St., Akron, IA 51001.

Roger A. Mischke

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
MERIDEN, IOWA - Roger A. Mischke, 75, of Meriden, Iowa passed away Sunday, Jan. 15 at his residence. Memorial Service: 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20 in the Greenwood Funeral Home in Cherokee, Iowa. Visitation: 12 Noon until 8 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Coming Soon for Oct. 30 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Nov 20, 2011
Etowah County. The only requirement is to have basic computer knowledge. Last year, 22 volunteers in Etowah and Cherokee County helped 1,200 low-income or elderly people with their tax returns who received more than $827,000 in refunds. Call RSVP, 256-549-8147, for more information. The GADSDEN PUBLIC LIBRARY staff is recruiting more members for its Friends of the Library group. Prospective Friends are invited to stop by the main branch to pick up applications. Annual memberships are $10 for individuals or $20 for families. Benefits for Friends include a preview of the annual Big Book Sale, a book bag, a copy of the library history book, a $10 coupon to spend in the bookstore and other surprises. The group meets quarterly for programs, speakers and refreshments. Friends also are able to volunteer if they choose. For additional information, call Craig Scott, 256-549-4699, ext. 120. The Etowah Historical Society’s Tuesday Coffee Club meets each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Elliott Community Center, 29th Street and Meighan Boulevard. Bring something you would like to brag about or come to ask the history experts for an answer on a historical question. SIGN UP NOW for a trip to Nashville and the Grand Old Opry, Dec. 5, 6 and 7, three days, two nights. Call Doris Hahn, 256-492-3465. 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 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. To purchase a copy, contact Glenn and Gina Pruitt Schiazza, 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.

Virgil Lavern Nading

Sat, Nov 19, 2011
Dec. 20, 1929 — Nov. 16, 2011 Virgil “Ducky” Nading, 82, of Albany passed away Wednesday. Virgil was born in Bisbee, Ariz., a member of the Delaware Cherokee Indian tribe of Oklahoma. He graduated high school in Carlsbad, N.M., where he met his wife Evelyn “Bunny” Marie Burrer.  They were married Sept. 3, 1948. They resided in Carlsbad where their first three children, Chuck, Clifford and Kitty, were born. Nine years later they moved to Riddle where they had three more children, Forest, Clay and Lucy. Virgil was employed by the Hanna Nickle Mi... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Frederick O. Gearing, UB professor emeritus

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
He was chairman of the Anthropology Department and helped transform the department into its modern form. Mr. Gearing published articles on topics such as education, nonwestern political systems, the Cherokee and Fox Indians, and Greek village life. His book, the Face of the Fox was a classic anthropological study based on field work with the Fox Indians near Tama, Iowa. The book endeavored to end the estrangement that often existed between the Fox and their Western neighbors. Mr. Gearing also wrote and illustrated an anthropologically informed series of readers for young children called Big Cat. The books focused on the life and adventures of a Native-American boy, Big Cat, and several other characters. The series was used with great success by his wife, Marjorie, with her kindergarten and first-grade students in Riverside, Calif., and in the Williamsville schools. More recently, Mr. Gearing co-authored the book, From the Edge of Greek Space: ExoMani, with his longtime friend and colleague Mariekaty Georgota. This book was the culmination of his relationship with the Greek village, Kardamyli, dating back to 1960-62 when he conducted ethnographic research there. Surviving, in addition to his wife of 60 years, are two sons, David and Adam;a daughter, Lisa; two brothers, Charlie and Ray; and a sister, Wini Hoffman. A memorial celebration is planned for UB at a date yet to be determined. (The Buffalo News)

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