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Alabama Heritage Funeral Home
10505 Atlanta Highway
Montgomery , AL 36117
(334) 215-0180
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Brassell Cemetery
965 Charlie Brassell Place
Montgomery , AL 36117
(334) 272-4264
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Cummings Errol Gardner Memorial Funeral Home Inc
1120 Bragg Street
Montgomery , AL 36108
(334) 265-9221
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Dixie Cremation Service
7 Clayton Street Ph 10
Montgomery , AL 36104
(334) 264-5400
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Duncan Industries
9504 USHighway 331
Montgomery , AL
(334) 613-0627
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Eastwood Memorial Gardens
7500 Wares Ferry Road
Montgomery , AL 36117
(334) 272-0365
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Forest Hills Memorial Park
Highway 331
Montgomery , AL
(334) 613-0026
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Grant Mary L
965 Charlie Brassell Place
Montgomery , AL 36117
(334) 272-4264
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Leak Memory Chapel
945 Lincoln Road
Montgomery , AL 36109
(334) 272-6501
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Montgomery Memorial Cemetery
3001 Simmons Drive
Montgomery , AL 36108
(334) 263-1742
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Montgomery Memorial Funeral Home
3048 Dorchester Drive
Montgomery , AL 36116
(334) 613-1866
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Phillips Riley Funeral Home
2284 West Fairview Avenue
Montgomery , AL 36108
(334) 263-0477
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Ridout s Brown Service Chapel
10505 Atlanta Highway
Montgomery , AL 36117
(334) 215-0180
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Ross Clayton Funeral Home
1412 Adams Avenue
Montgomery , AL 36104
(334) 262-0355
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Ross Clayton Funeral Home
1412 Adams Avenue
Montgomery , AL 36104
(334) 262-3889
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Southern Memorial Funeral and Crematorium
3154 Highland Avenue
Montgomery , AL 36107
(334) 271-4404
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White Chapel Greenwood and Serenity Funeral Home
909 Lincoln Road
Montgomery , AL 36109
(334) 272-3181
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Belva Maxine Miller obit - Akron News-reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Nebraska and passed away in Akron, Colorado on June 6, 2012. Belva completed her schooling at Akron High School in 1941. She made Akron her final home when she returned in 1964 to own and operate the Montgomery Ward store, where she provided service to the community until the catalog business stopped in the early 1980's. After retirement she continued her service to the Akron community through volunteer work with Girls State, the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion, and delivered Mobile Meals. She loved to bowl and play go...

BayBears back: 10 home games vs. Birmingham and Huntsville - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Friday night behind Tyler Skaggs 4-2 and win the series over the Suns. Mobile won its seventh series. It has lost four. The BayBears have a three-game lead in the South Division over Montgomery with 15 games left before the All-Star break. Team-wise, Mobile is hitting a next-to-last .234. Individually, however, outfielder Marc Krauss is ninth (.293) after hitting .323 over his last 10 games. He also leads the league in extra-base hits (30). He is tied for first in RBIs (37...

Obituary for ARMSTRONG

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Vista Verde Memorial Park, 4310 Sara Road SE, Rio Rancho, NM. In lieu of flowers donations may be given in Mildred's honor to the Alzheimers Association Chapter of New Mexico, 9500 Montgomery Boulevard NE, Suite 121, Albuquerque, NM 87111. To view information or leave a condolence please visit www.danielsfuneral.com Millie's care has been entrusted to: Daniels Family Funeral Services 4310 Sara Road SE Rio Rancho, NM 87124 505-892-9920         Published on: Sun April 01, 2012 ... (Albuquerque Journal)

Clarksville reporter begins journey through her genealogy - Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
The name read Bessie Louis Moore (Green). She was my great-great-grandmother who lived to be 108 years old. Last week as I sat in the Clarksville-Montgomery County’s genealogy room talking to Karen Curry, a family genealogist, and she showed me several family records of my grandmother, Clara Iola Green. I learned as far back as 1890 my family lived and worked right here in Montgomery County. I always thought we originated from Christian County in Kentucky, and a lot of the family did. It was interesting to know I had so much history in this wonderful county where I live. My ancestors were farmers in Montgomery County. Soon I found myself dying to learn more and I did what most people do when they want to find something. I Googled it. I started searching online through any Montgomery County genealogy website I could find. I saw the surnames: Green, Cole, Ramey, Hunt. I was so excited, but quickly realized none of the people mentioned in cemetery records, newspaper article or obituaries wer...

Rupert Cornwell: Why Republicans need another Ike to lead them - The Independent

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Jean Edward Smith in Eisenhower in War and Peace lauds Ike's role as Supreme Commander as he coped with the giant political egos of Roosevelt and Churchill above him, and the barely smaller ones of Montgomery, Patton and other subordinate generals. But it is Eisenhower's presidency that really comes into focus. The accomplishments include the protection and expansion of social security, the creation of the interstate highway network, the founding of Nasa, and the racial integration of the military and of public schools. He ended the Korean War, and put a stop to the Anglo-French adventure at Suez. Yes, he made mistakes, such as his failure to take on Joseph McCarthy, the U-2 affair, and his support for the 1953 coup to overthrow Mossadegh in Iran which, to this day, stokes Iranian animosity to the US. But after Korea, not a single American soldier died in action while he was in the White House. No one understands the horrors of war better than an old soldier; had he been president in 2001, Ike would have struck back at Afghanistan after 9/11, but he would never have blundered into a pre-emptive attack on Iraq. Today, the Fifties have an imaginary golden aura of prosperity, simplicity and national concord. But part of that was due to Ike, as he took care to balance the budget, and work as smoothly with the Democrats in Congress as he did with the politicians and generals in the Second World War. And when he left office in 1961, he made that prophetic warning about the growth of the military-industrial complex, that now rings truer than ever. Half a century after he left office, Republicans don't talk much about Eisenhower. Instead, they swear eternal fealty to Ronald Reagan. But what they surely need right now is another Eisenhower. Of course, he would be far too moderate for them – Eisenhower Republicans are as rare a species as One Nation Tories. Wednesday saw what was probably the last 2012 candidates' debate. It was a real debate to be sure, but it did not break the pattern of this primary season – an insane stampede to the right, the quest to be the most perfect conservative of all, the insistence on a purity of faith St Ron himself could never aspire to. Barack Obama is delighted as his opponents furnish quotes against each other that Democrats will use to devastating effect in the general election. And that's why there's talk of a brokered convention i...

Gordon Wayne Jones - The Coloradoan

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Gordon Wayne Jones was born November 8, 1930 on a farm in the Lincoln Township of Montgomery County, near the town of Wales, Iowa, as an only child to the parents of Marjorie Wubker and Clifford Jones. He was born in the same house as his father, which his paternal grandfather, who immigrated from Wales in 1874, built in 1876. Gordon grew up on the farm helping his parents with the chores of growing crops and raising livestock, and enjoyed the company of many relatives. In 1948...

Gordon Wayne Jones - The Coloradoan

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Gordon Wayne Jones was born November 8, 1930 on a farm in the Lincoln Township of Montgomery County, near the town of Wales, Iowa, as an only child to the parents of Marjorie Wubker and Clifford Jones. He was born in the same house as his father, which his paternal grandfather, who immigrated from Wales in 1874, built in 1876. Gordon grew up on the farm helping his parents with the chores of growing crops and raising livestock, and enjoyed the company of many relatives. In 1948...

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

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
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 forcefully for the goal line than Striplin pushed to accomplish what he had begun. "He could have a vision or perception of something," Blankenship said. "He'd start on it and he didn't even listen to any "This won't work" kind of things. He just kept on pursing it." Striplin thought it was a faulty notion that superior athleticism and scholastic success couldn't exist in the same person. Bryant-Jordan was a tool in debunking that notion. "He wanted to do something to deal with that perception and also reward kids," Blankenship said. "The important thing in the beginning was not the money but the recognition that they stayed in school, they achieved and they were athletes too." Striplin's efforts allowed thousands of Alabama student-athletes the chance to reach for higher goals, to continue their athletic and academic careers in college. "He really is responsible for raising 90 percent of the money that was put into the foundation that made this work," Blankenship said. "He just spent many, many, many hours on it. He gave a lot of his pers...

Mary Ione Seaholm

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Tenn.; two daughters, Valerie (Dib) Espinoza of Arlee, and Tena Kozub of Lewistown; two sons, Roy Seaholm of Grass Range, and Albert (Darci) Seaholm of Grass Range; grandchildren Krystal and Melody Montgomery, Phil (Sarah) Espinoza, Rafe (Robyn) Espinoza, Kimberly, Lindsay, Karson and Nickolas Kozub, Caden and Bailey Ann Seaholm; great-granddaughter, Rae Marie Espinoza; step-grandchildren, Janelle, Johnna and Jill; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.Mary was preceded in death by her parents; brothers Ralph and Jack French; daughter Nora Montgomery; grandson Tucker Montgomery; son-in-law Larry Witschen; nephew Jim French, mother and father-in-law, Mabelle and Albert Seaholm; and life-long best friend, Laverne (Finkbeiner) Boettger.Many thanks to Mary’s caregivers and friends at the CMMC Skilled Nursing Home over the six years that she lived there.Viewing and visitation will be held at the Creel Funeral Home in Lewistown on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 3 to 8 p.m.Funeral services for Mary Ione Seaholm will be held at the Grass Range United Methodist Church on Friday, Jan. 27 at 1 p.m. Eastern Star Services will be accorded by Anna Smalley Chapter, #112, O.E.S.Burial will be in the Grass Range Cemetery. A reception sponsored by the Grass Range Methodist Women will be held at the Grass Range Fire Hall starting at 2:45 p.m.Memorials may be made to the Grass Range United Methodist Church.Creel Funeral Home of Lewistown is in charge of arrangements. The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of lewistownnews.com. 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 ... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Billy Dillard Barnett - Tulsa World

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Billy Dillard Barnett, age 88, passed away on January 13, 2012. He was born August 28, 1923 in Santa Fe, Oklahoma to Oscar Chesterfield and Leah Essie Montgomery Barnett. At an early age, his family moved to Earlsboro, OK. He attended Prairie View School participating in sports and was the drum major. He played tenor saxophone in “Nona Estes’ and her Orchestra” dance band. He attended the University of Oklahoma for 1 year majoring in accounting, was in the marching band and on the JV football and baseball teams. He volunteered to serve his count...




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