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Crossville Memorial Chapel
13812 Al Highway 68
Crossville , AL 35962
(256) 528-2500
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Barry Cleveland: goodbye, and thanks! - Carmi Times

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
That's right: six. Carmi, NCO, Enfield, Mills-Prairie, Crossville and Grayville. If it seems like a long time ago, it was. I left in '76 to return to school and came back in 1980 with Anita Peyton and Richard Tuck, among others. And I've been here ever since. I've worked with some very capable (and sometimes colorful) folks over the years, and it's been my privilege to get to know many, many wonderful people in my twin capacities as editor and publisher. There are no Pulitzer Prize trophies on my mantle, but I've covered everything from presidential visits to murder trials. I've written a multitude of obituaries, attended thousands of meetings, taken tens of thousands of photographs and penned millions of words. I've witnessed immense changes in White County, some good, some not so good. The same is true of the newspaper business, and of this newspaper. Somebody the other day called me an icon and an institution. That's stretching it a bit. I've been here for a long time; let's leave it at that. I'd prefer to be remembered as someone who did his best for quite a long time; not brilliant, but steady. I hope that my work has been a positive thing, on balance. But I know that I have angered and irritated more than a few people over the years. That's the nature of this job. But if I wronged you, I apologize. That was never my intention. And now, it's time for a change-for me and for the newspaper. I'll be heading to Elastec/American Marine in Carmi, a great young company with an outstanding track record...

Marjorie J. 'Marge' Goedert - Adrian Daily Telegram

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Sarah (Jeff Shelden) Wallace, Paula (Rob) Saganek, Dana (Blanche) O’Dell and Kerin (Ross) Stover; 22 great-grand children; and two sisters, Roberta Palmiter-Leipold of Monroe and Bonnie Janbor of Crossville, Tenn.In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Ronald and Charles Butler.The funeral service for Marge will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, at the First Presbyterian Church in Adrian, with the Revs. James and Kathleen Splitt officiating. Burial will follow at Oakwood Cemetery. Friends may visit the family at the Wagley Funeral Home on Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the First Presbyterian Church for the benefit of the Robert and Marjorie Goedert Endowment Fund. You may also send condolences to the family at www.WagleyFuneralHome.com.  ...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
An Edwardsville duo won the 30th annual Country Showdown at the White County Fair And, for the third consecutive year, Carmi teen Jasmine Seibers took third place. A Crossville man was jailed on several preliminary charges, including driving revoked and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, after he fled on foot from a bloody crash scene found by deputies in a rural location northeast of Carmi. McLeansboro drivers dominated the grand finale at the demolition derby at the White County Fair. The event drew only 23 "big" cars. Mayor David Port cast the deciding vote following a 4-4 tie on the Carmi City Council to raise electric rates by 4.9 cents per kilowatt hour. The vote followed a marathon 90-minute discussion about the issue. Those voting for the increase were Aldermen Steve Winkleman, Ralph Anselment, Kenneth Carter and Tim Pollard. Voting against the increase were Aldermen Mark Blake, Doug Hays, Jack Lamont and Jeff Pollard. Those wanting the increase pointed out the rates had not been increased for many years, the electrical provider to the city announced it was going to raise rates and the increase amounted to only a $7 monthly in...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
An Edwardsville duo won the 30th annual Country Showdown at the White County Fair And, for the third consecutive year, Carmi teen Jasmine Seibers took third place. A Crossville man was jailed on several preliminary charges, including driving revoked and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, after he fled on foot from a bloody crash scene found by deputies in a rural location northeast of Carmi. McLeansboro drivers dominated the grand finale at the demolition derby at the White County Fair. The event drew only 23 "big" cars. Mayor David Port cast the deciding vote following a 4-4 tie on the Carmi City Council to raise electric rates by 4.9 cents per kilowatt hour. The vote followed a marathon 90-minute discussion about the issue. Those voting for the increase were Aldermen Steve Winkleman, Ralph Anselment, Kenneth Carter and Tim Pollard. Voting against the increase were Aldermen Mark Blake, Doug Hays, Jack Lamont and Jeff Pollard. Those wanting the increase pointed out the rates had not been increased for many years, the electrical provider to the city announced it was going to raise rates and the increase amounted to only a $7 monthly in...

Elastec garners state award, sells products in China - Carmi Times

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Carmi delivered two custom-built oil spill recovery vessels to a client in Asia. The Grayville City Council appointed Mark Worlds as its new police chief. The 42-year-old Carmi native lives in Crossville with his wife, Kim, and children, Evan and Allyson. White County Sheriff Doug Maier pinned Worlds' chief badge on him during a brief ceremony at the council meeting. Charles French, a Mill Shoals native, was among veterans visiting the new World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. French traveled with a group of other veterans through an organization called Honor Air that provides free trips to World War II veterans to the capital to see the memorial erected in their honor. Barbara Rawlinson, Crossville village clerk since 1989, resigned, citing a desire to retire and travel with her husband while they both have their health. Selena Harrell was appointed to finish Rawlinson's term. A federally-funded, half-million dollar project to install needed upgrades to the Carmi Municipal Airport is nearly completed. The electrical and fueling systems were both upgraded as part of the project. The upward trend of meth lab seizures continued in June, with...

Storms cause widespread damage - Carmi Times

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Grayville council all retained their seats. Turnout was low, about 17.9 percent. A lightning strike and fire that followed caused the destruction of the Patrick and Amanda Mick home in Crossville. No one was hurt. Lightning also hit a young turkey hunter and his father near Crossville the same day. Both survived. Elaine Foster, who had previously announced her pending retirement after more than 40 years as director at the Carmi Public Library, was honored as one of the Friends of the Year by the Friends of Carmi Library organization. Stephanie Dennis was named as Foster's replacement. Thousands of Christian faithful from around the country were expected to attend a revival in a huge outdoor tent erected near Rig Ministries. The revival was to feature nationally-known evangelist Eddie James and his ministry team, with an emphasis on saving the youth of the nation. Carmi-White County High School junior Evan Worlds was selected to the All-South Wrestling Team following a vote by coaches. Carmi Mayor David Port reported a total loss of $36,000 for the month of March at April's second council meeting. The losses were expected to be negated by a voter-approved small sales tax increase set to take effect later in the year. A powerful storm rocked the entire county the night of April 19 and left widespread damage in its wake, including tearing the roof off the elementary school gymnasium in Norris City. Many other homes were either destroyed or damaged by the high winds. Carmi Mayor David Port said on Apr...

Storms cause widespread damage - Carmi Times

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Grayville council all retained their seats. Turnout was low, about 17.9 percent. A lightning strike and fire that followed caused the destruction of the Patrick and Amanda Mick home in Crossville. No one was hurt. Lightning also hit a young turkey hunter and his father near Crossville the same day. Both survived. Elaine Foster, who had previously announced her pending retirement after more than 40 years as director at the Carmi Public Library, was honored as one of the Friends of the Year by the Friends of Carmi Library organization. Stephanie Dennis was named as Foster's replacement. Thousands of Christian faithful from around the country were expected to attend a revival in a huge outdoor tent erected near Rig Ministries. The revival was to feature nationally-known evangelist Eddie James and his ministry team, with an emphasis on saving the youth of the nation. Carmi-White County High School junior Evan Worlds was selected to the All-South Wrestling Team following a vote by coaches. Carmi Mayor David Port reported a total loss of $36,000 for the month of March at April's second council meeting. The losses were expected to be negated by a voter-approved small sales tax increase set to take effect later in the year. A powerful storm rocked the entire county the night of April 19 and left widespread damage in its wake, including tearing the roof off the elementary school gymnasium in Norris City. Many other homes were either destroyed or damaged by the high winds. Carmi Mayor David Port said on Apr...

Late-night fire destroys Carmi storage building - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Norris City's population went up over the same 10-year period, climbing from 1,057 in 2000 to 1,275 in 2010. Phillipstown also bumped up, from 28 to 44. Crossville, Grayville and Enfield all posted population losses, as did Springerton, Mills Shoals, Maunie and Burnt Prairie. An alleged underage drinking party was busted near Springerton, resulting in 14 arrests for underage drinking. Three of those arrested were 17 or under and were not identified by sheriff's officials. The majority of them were 18 to 20 years old and were from as far away as Eldorado in the area, and one 18-year-old listed an address in South Carolina. Cole Fechtig and Whitney McKenzie were crowned Carmi-White County High School Sweetheart King and Queen. The Carmi City Council projected a $16 million budget with a negligible profit for 2011. Burglars hit two houses and three autos in Crossville, as well as one house just outside of town, overnight. An Enfield garage was also burglarized. Carmi's Mike "Spud" Egbert was named "Hero of the Children" by The Guardian Center. Two Carmi teens were nabbed by police on drug and alcohol charges after officers were called to a residence on a welfare check on two smaller children. The small children were found in the house with the two teens. Obituaries published in The Times during February: Rose J. Calvin, 87, Mt. Carmel; Diane M. Cox, 64, Owensville, Ind.; James Sullivan, 52, Carmi; Charles Crockett, 73, Maunie; Leroy Harris Jr., 85, Gilbert, Ariz.; Kathleen Rawlinson, infant, Carterville; Rosetta Risinger, 76, Grayville; Ellyn Stills, 81, Carmi; Jonathan R. Beadles, 62, Carmi; Diane L. Bowles, infant, Norris City; Ron Doty, 64, Union, S.C.; Sigel Meler, 93, Carrier Mills; Bill Rankin, 57, McLeansboro; Nellie F. Renshaw, 84, Carmi; Bill Sharp, 89, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Helen K. Sipes, 77, Carmi; Ashley L. Weir, 17, Omaha; Lillie H. Conner, 90, Henderson, Ky.; Bobby G. Cozart, 71, Ewing; Margaret Daugherty, 90, Carmi; Lauralynn "Parkey" Elliott, 87, Carmi; Arnold W. "Scrappie" Frymire, 84, Carmi; Jerry R. Garrett, 76, Carmi; Jack L. Gunter, 61, Mt. Vernon, Ill.; Charlie Hineman Sr., 69, San Antonio, Texas; Joyce James, 80, Carmi; Terry J. Morris II, 48, Cartersville, Ga.; Ronald Lee Orten, 64, Carmi.

Late-night fire destroys Carmi storage building - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Norris City's population went up over the same 10-year period, climbing from 1,057 in 2000 to 1,275 in 2010. Phillipstown also bumped up, from 28 to 44. Crossville, Grayville and Enfield all posted population losses, as did Springerton, Mills Shoals, Maunie and Burnt Prairie. An alleged underage drinking party was busted near Springerton, resulting in 14 arrests for underage drinking. Three of those arrested were 17 or under and were not identified by sheriff's officials. The majority of them were 18 to 20 years old and were from as far away as Eldorado in the area, and one 18-year-old listed an address in South Carolina. Cole Fechtig and Whitney McKenzie were crowned Carmi-White County High School Sweetheart King and Queen. The Carmi City Council projected a $16 million budget with a negligible profit for 2011. Burglars hit two houses and three autos in Crossville, as well as one house just outside of town, overnight. An Enfield garage was also burglarized. Carmi's Mike "Spud" Egbert was named "Hero of the Children" by The Guardian Center. Two Carmi teens were nabbed by police on drug and alcohol charges after officers were called to a residence on a welfare check on two smaller children. The small children were found in the house with the two teens. Obituaries published in The Times during February: Rose J. Calvin, 87, Mt. Carmel; Diane M. Cox, 64, Owensville, Ind.; James Sullivan, 52, Carmi; Charles Crockett, 73, Maunie; Leroy Harris Jr., 85, Gilbert, Ariz.; Kathleen Rawlinson, infant, Carterville; Rosetta Risinger, 76, Grayville; Ellyn Stills, 81, Carmi; Jonathan R. Beadles, 62, Carmi; Diane L. Bowles, infant, Norris City; Ron Doty, 64, Union, S.C.; Sigel Meler, 93, Carrier Mills; Bill Rankin, 57, McLeansboro; Nellie F. Renshaw, 84, Carmi; Bill Sharp, 89, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Helen K. Sipes, 77, Carmi; Ashley L. Weir, 17, Omaha; Lillie H. Conner, 90, Henderson, Ky.; Bobby G. Cozart, 71, Ewing; Margaret Daugherty, 90, Carmi; Lauralynn "Parkey" Elliott, 87, Carmi; Arnold W. "Scrappie" Frymire, 84, Carmi; Jerry R. Garrett, 76, Carmi; Jack L. Gunter, 61, Mt. Vernon, Ill.; Charlie Hineman Sr., 69, San Antonio, Texas; Joyce James, 80, Carmi; Terry J. Morris II, 48, Cartersville, Ga.; Ronald Lee Orten, 64, Carmi.

Obituary for Hazel McKinney

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
FORT PAYNE Hazel Highfield McKinney, 87, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011 at Crossville Health and Rehab. Funeral service 2 p.m. CST Saturday Dec. 17, at W.T. Wilson Chapel.Entombment at Mt. View Memory Garden Family will receive friends 2-8 p.m. today.Family request no flowers. (Chattanooga Press)




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