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Bottoms Garden Chapel Funeral Home
12118 East State Highway 52
Hartford , AL 36344
(334) 588-3250
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Hartford Heritage Funeral Home
507 West Main Street
Hartford , AL 36344
(334) 588-2230
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Regional Digest: Rock Cats Win Fourth Straight - Hartford Courant

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
June 24, 2012From press releases, The Hartford Courant Rock Cats Win 4th Straight The New Britain Rock Cats made it four wins in a row on Sunday, defeating the Richmond Flying Squirrels 7-3 in Richmond, Va. Richmond opened the scoring in the bottom of the seventh inning against Rock Cats starter Logan Darnell. Mark Minicozzi drew a walk and Tommy Joseph singled. With Juan Perez at the plate, Darnell unknowingly saved himself a run wh...

In This Case, It's Fun To Hit 30 - Hartford Courant

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
March 18, 2012By JOHN ALTAVILLA, jaltavilla@courant.com, The Hartford Courant BRIDGEPORT — — There are a number of ways to measure Geno Auriemma's legacy at UConn, the best being the seven national championships his program has won. But Saturday's victory over Prairie View A&M in the first round of the NCAA Tournament provided yet another. It was UConn's 30th victory of the season. The Huskies have done that in seven consecutive seasons, 17 times in th...

Surviving the Apocalypse, the Best Unis in Hockey, and the Peyton Manning Drama - ESPN

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Database and Hockey By Design for more on sweaters and logos. The one thing currently missing from the NHL, really, is a team clad in some good old college-style Kelly green. Miss you, pre-1992 Hartford Whalers. Miss you every day. Am I the only person upset that the Peyton Manning sweepstakes has ended? I was looking forward to at least a few more weeks of aerial footage of Manning getting into and out of SUV's. — Ian F. I was sad at first, too, but I've since been cheered up by the hilarious (if fleeting) prospect of the New York Jets going after Tim Tebow. This New York Times article on the subject is an absolute joy, from the headline, which could not possibly be any less diluted ("Jets Said to Show Interest in Making Room for Tebow") to the photo choice, to the obituary-like description of Tebow as "the polarizing cross-cultural phenomenon made expendable when Denver signed Peyton Manning," to the earnest quoting of Antonio Cromartie's Twitter post ("we straight") to the sentence "Their interest in Tebow is sincere and legitimate," which sounds like something you'd say while asking for someone's daughter's hand in marriage. Man, I so hope this happens. My interest in Tebow to the Jets is sincere and legitimate. (UPDATE: Praise Jesus!!!!!!!!) Have you been watching this show Doomsday Preppers on the National Geographic channel? I already had a small flame of paranoia burning in my psyche but this show is like opening up a fire hose of gasoline onto that flame. It freaks me out. Doesn't everyone wonder if they could hack it in an apocalypse scenario? Or is that just me? Some twisted part of me wonders how long I would survive. — Noah C. Oh no, it's not just you: I think about that all the time, particularly now that I've seen Contagion and The Walking Dead and read World War Z and Zone One and The Hunger Games. Uplifting stuff! Questions I ask myself related to "hacking it in an apocalypse scenario" range from "Would I be able to seduce some doctor into slipping me the vaccine, nudge nudge?" (maybe; would depend on how much weight the deadly virus caused me to lose) to "Would I be willing to shoot my best friend in the head if she turned into a zombie?" (I think so; I'm still bitter at her for not letting me copy her Health homework in seventh grade, that goody two-shoed biatch). At any rate, shows like Doomsday Preppers — and Doomsday Bunkers, a program that is the Deep Impact to DP's Armageddon, the Antz to its A Bug's Life — kind of make me just want to preemptively give up. I can't compete with these people! The other day I lost like three hours of productivity when my wireless trackpad ran out of juice and then I couldn't find the remote control to steal batteries from, and also it was raining outside so I wasn't about to walk to the store. On the other hand: You know how they always tell you to fill up your bath...

Patricia Kachur - Adrian Daily Telegram

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
She will surely be missed by her family, and all who knew and loved her.   She leaves to cherish her memory, her sons, Jan D. (Thelma) of Deerfield and Fred P. (Carol) of Hartford City, Ind.; her seven grandchildren, the Rev. Eric Allan Kachur of Leighton, Ala., Jenny Lynn (Brian) Gagne of Temperance, Matthew Christopher Kachur of Greensburg, Ind., Lisa Jo (Eric) Wolfe of Indianapolis, Ind., Angela Sue (Kevin) Sutton of Noblesville, Ind., Kelly (Doug) Vore of Blissfield and James (Amy Martinez) Raber of Perrysburg, Ohio; 10 great-grandchildren, Matthew, Andrew and Jonathon Kachur, Jake Wolfe, Samantha and Dane Sutton, Caroline and Joshua Gagne, and Hannah and Holden Vore; and her brother and sisters, Frank Gambarella, Dolores Heins and Marian Dolce, all of Toms River, N.J.   In addition to her husband, she was all preceded in death by three sisters and a brother. Visitation will be held...

Services set for Carroll grad killed in crash - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
County Road 300 North, the Blackford sheriff’s department said. The car went into the southbound lane, lost control and was hit by a southbound Chevrolet pickup driven by Thomas Throw, 42, of Hartford City. Mundroff was flown to a hospital in Indianapolis and died shortly after arriving. Throw was treated and released from Blackford Hospital in Hartford City. Both drivers were wearing seat belts, and airbags deployed in both vehicles, the sheriff’s department said. jgnews@jg.net ...

Jean D. Anderson, teacher at Elmwood Franklin

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
March 28, 1925—Dec. 26, 2011 Jean D. Anderson, who taught mathematics and reading at Elmwood Franklin School for many years, died Monday in her Wheatfield home. She was 86. Born Jean Mary Donahue in Hartford, Conn., she was a graduate of Buckley High School and St. Joseph College in West Hartford, Conn. She also studied in the Orton Society at Massachusetts General Hospital to teach reading and l... (The Buffalo News)

Lawrence Green - People's Tribune

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Veach Funeral Home in Bowling Green with John Veach officiating.  Burial was in Green Lawn Cemetery. Visitation was held Wednesday from 4-8 p.m., at the funeral home.He was born May 3, 1930, in New Hartford, the son of Norbert James and Ethel Carter Poindexter Green. He married Verona Ermadal Ingram, Nov. 27, 1949 in Hannibal.  She survives. Other survivors include sons, Carl Green of Bucklin, Lawrence Green Jr., of Frankford, Leroy Green of Bowling Green, Ralph Green and wife, Joyce of Columbia, Leonard Green of Frankford;  daughters, Elizabeth Crousore and hu...

Mabel E. Holman - People's Tribune

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Jim, Stephens City, Va., Jeffrey Wayne Holman and wife, Susan, Woodbridge, Va.,, Rodger Andrew Holman and wife, CeCe, Reston, Va.; siblings, Clareta Tinsley, Bowling Green, Hazel Worrell, New Hartford, Charles Worthington and wife, Suzanne, Pittsfield, Ill., Marilyn Wilson and husband, Bill, Eolia, Bill Worthington and wife, Mary Ann, Charlotte, N.C.; grandchildren Jamie Tucker, Andy Holman, Thomas Holman, Virginia Holman, Samantha Holman, Jessica Schenck, Allie Holman, Megan Schenck, Michael Holt and her beloved four legged friend, Corky.Grandchildren served as honorary pallbearers.Mabel was preceded in death by her young daughter, Dennine Clare Holman and siblings, Bud Worthington, Corrine Gregory and Frank Clare Worthington. She was a member of Cyrene Baptist Church.Memorials may be made to Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital, Hospice for Cancer Care or Susan Komen Foundation, c/o Mudd-Veach Funeral Home, 606 W. Main, Bowling Green, MO.  63334Those who wish may sign the on-line guest registry at www.cannonclevelandfunerals.com or www.muddveach.com ...

Mabel E. Holman - People's Tribune

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Jim, Stephens City, Va., Jeffrey Wayne Holman and wife, Susan, Woodbridge, Va.,, Rodger Andrew Holman and wife, CeCe, Reston, Va.; siblings, Clareta Tinsley, Bowling Green, Hazel Worrell, New Hartford, Charles Worthington and wife, Suzanne, Pittsfield, Ill., Marilyn Wilson and husband, Bill, Eolia, Bill Worthington and wife, Mary Ann, Charlotte, N.C.; grandchildren Jamie Tucker, Andy Holman, Thomas Holman, Virginia Holman, Samantha Holman, Jessica Schenck, Allie Holman, Megan Schenck, Michael Holt and her beloved four legged friend, Corky.Grandchildren served as honorary pallbearers.Mabel was preceded in death by her young daughter, Dennine Clare Holman and siblings, Bud Worthington, Corrine Gregory and Frank Clare Worthington. She was a member of Cyrene Baptist Church.Memorials may be made to Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital, Hospice for Cancer Care or Susan Komen Foundation, c/o Mudd-Veach Funeral Home, 606 W. Main, Bowling Green, MO.  63334Those who wish may sign the on-line guest registry at www.cannonclevelandfunerals.com or www.muddveach.com ...

Mabel E. Holman - People's Tribune

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Jim, Stephens City, Va., Jeffrey Wayne Holman and wife, Susan, Woodbridge, Va.,, Rodger Andrew Holman and wife, CeCe, Reston, Va.; siblings, Clareta Tinsley, Bowling Green, Hazel Worrell, New Hartford, Charles Worthington and wife, Suzanne, Pittsfield, Ill., Marilyn Wilson and husband, Bill, Eolia, Bill Worthington and wife, Mary Ann, Charlotte, N.C.; grandchildren Jamie Tucker, Andy Holman, Thomas Holman, Virginia Holman, Samantha Holman, Jessica Schenck, Allie Holman, Megan Schenck, Michael Holt and her beloved four legged friend, Corky.Grandchildren served as honorary pallbearers.Mabel was preceded in death by her young daughter, Dennine Clare Holman and siblings, Bud Worthington, Corrine Gregory and Frank Clare Worthington. She was a member of Cyrene Baptist Church.Memorials may be made to Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital, Hospice for Cancer Care or Susan Komen Foundation, c/o Mudd-Veach Funeral Home, 606 W. Main, Bowling Green, MO.  63334Those who wish may sign the on-line guest registry at www.cannonclevelandfunerals.com or www.muddveach.com ...




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