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Moore Gene Funeral Director
475 Cahaba Valley Road
Pelham , AL 35124
(205) 988-3511
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475 Cahaba Valley Road
Pelham , AL 35124
(205) 988-3541
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Ridouts Funeral Home
475 Cahaba Valley Road
Pelham , AL 35124
(205) 985-0626
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Southern Heritage Cemetery
475 Cahaba Valley Road
Pelham , AL 35124
(205) 988-3511
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Lady Antebellum owns the night at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre near ... - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Birmingham area, after performing here an an opening act for Kenny Chesney (May 2009) and Tim McGraw (May 2010). When and where: About 9:15 p.m. on Thursday at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. Lady Antebellum was preceded on stage by Thompson Square (an up-and-coming duo that features Shawna Thompson of Chatom) and Darius Rucker (who first made his fame as the lead singer of Hootie & the Blowfish). Audience: More than 10,000 people were present for the show; all three tiers of the venue looked full. Lady Antebellum obviously draws a young female audience; many ticketholders were women in their 20s, dancing in cowboy boots and raising plastic beer cups. Set list: About 75 minutes of music, plus encores, that included "We Owned the Night," "Love Don't Live Here," "American Honey," "Our Kind of Love," "Dancin’ ...

Some voters will cast ballots in new locations - Greenville News

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
B.J. Skelton Career Center in Easley and events already planned at church in Greenville have prompted changes in polling locations for two precincts in Saturday’s Republican primary. Voters in Pelham Falls will return to their normal polling location, Cornerstone Baptist Church, after renovation work had led to their votes being cast at the Pelham Falls Clubhouse. Overall, the locations of at least nine precincts in Greenville County and 10 in Pickens County have been changed since 2010. Conway Belangia, direc...

Robert M. Daly - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Marilyn Daly, also of Southold; his sisters-in-law Carole Maimone of McClean, Va., and Alexandra Nichols of New York, N.Y.; and 39 nieces, nephews and grand-nieces and -nephews. Originally from Pelham Manor, N.Y., Dr. Daly graduated from The College of the Holy Cross and received his M.D. from Georgetown University. He did postgraduate work at a number of institutions, including Jersey City Medical Center, Seton Hall University, St. Vincent’s Medical Center of New York, the Payne Whitney Clinic of New York-Cornell Hospital and the William Alanson Institute of Psychoanalysis. He was a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, serving both in Korea and at the Fort Ord, U.S. Hospital in California as assistant chief of psychiatry. After military service, Dr. Daly was in private practice in New York City and was director of hospital services at Soundview Community Mental Health Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has held academic appointments at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Penn State, The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Albert Einstein, Ithaca College, The National University of Seoul (Korea), Cornell University Medical School, Hahnemann Medical College and the department of psychiatry at Yale Medical School. Dr. Daly’s research projects included work on magnesium levels in schizophrenia, iron metabolism and free amino acids in the brain. He was an associate editor of The Journal for Bronx State Hospital, has authored many papers and studies dealing with various aspects of clinical psychiatry and has lectured extensively. He was president of the Fairfield/Litchfield Chapter of Connecticut Psychiatric Society (1985) and has been a member of that professional organization as well as the Connecticut Psychiatric Society, American Medical Society, Connecticut Medical Association, Fairfield Medical Association, Bridgeport Medical Association, American Association of General Hospital Psychiatrics, American Psychiatry Association, Pennsylvania Psychiatry Society, American Association of Psychiatric Administrators and a Founding Fellow of the American College of Mental Health Administrators. He was appointed to many roles, some of which were to the Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, chairman of Region I Directors of Psychiatry, and was a consultant to The Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Dr. Daly’s wisdom and the joy in his laughter will continue to impact his patients, colleagues, professional and personal communities, and his unwavering dedication to his children, family and friends, which had no end, will continue to strengthen and support them. A wake will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 20, at Edward Lawrence Funeral Home in Darien, Conn. A funeral Mass will be held Friday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church in Darien. Memorial donations may be sent to The Connecticut Hospice, 100 DoubleBeach Road, Branford, CT 06405 or Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House, 239 Fingerboard Road, Staten Island, NY 1030...

Robert M. Daly - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Marilyn Daly, also of Southold; his sisters-in-law Carole Maimone of McClean, Va., and Alexandra Nichols of New York, N.Y.; and 39 nieces, nephews and grand-nieces and -nephews. Originally from Pelham Manor, N.Y., Dr. Daly graduated from The College of the Holy Cross and received his M.D. from Georgetown University. He did postgraduate work at a number of institutions, including Jersey City Medical Center, Seton Hall University, St. Vincent’s Medical Center of New York, the Payne Whitney Clinic of New York-Cornell Hospital and the William Alanson Institute of Psychoanalysis. He was a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, serving both in Korea and at the Fort Ord, U.S. Hospital in California as assistant chief of psychiatry. After military service, Dr. Daly was in private practice in New York City and was director of hospital services at Soundview Community Mental Health Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has held academic appointments at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Penn State, The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Albert Einstein, Ithaca College, The National University of Seoul (Korea), Cornell University Medical School, Hahnemann Medical College and the department of psychiatry at Yale Medical School. Dr. Daly’s research projects included work on magnesium levels in schizophrenia, iron metabolism and free amino acids in the brain. He was an associate editor of The Journal for Bronx State Hospital, has authored many papers and studies dealing with various aspects of clinical psychiatry and has lectured extensively. He was president of the Fairfield/Litchfield Chapter of Connecticut Psychiatric Society (1985) and has been a member of that professional organization as well as the Connecticut Psychiatric Society, American Medical Society, Connecticut Medical Association, Fairfield Medical Association, Bridgeport Medical Association, American Association of General Hospital Psychiatrics, American Psychiatry Association, Pennsylvania Psychiatry Society, American Association of Psychiatric Administrators and a Founding Fellow of the American College of Mental Health Administrators. He was appointed to many roles, some of which were to the Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, chairman of Region I Directors of Psychiatry, and was a consultant to The Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Dr. Daly’s wisdom and the joy in his laughter will continue to impact his patients, colleagues, professional and personal communities, and his unwavering dedication to his children, family and friends, which had no end, will continue to strengthen and support them. A wake will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 20, at Edward Lawrence Funeral Home in Darien, Conn. A funeral Mass will be held Friday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church in Darien. Memorial donations may be sent to The Connecticut Hospice, 100 DoubleBeach Road, Branford, CT 06405 or Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House, 239 Fingerboard Road, Staten Island, NY 1030...

John W. Jobst - Pontiac Daily Leader

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Pontiac.John is survived by his wife of 70 years, the former Barbara Jean Husted of Pontiac. Also surviving are four grown children, Jack (Deborah Fedewa) of Houghton, Mich.; Jane Ailshie of Pelham, Ala.; Joan (John) Fries, of Haymarket, Va.; and Joe (Vicki) of Naperville; eight grandchildren, Debra (Rajeev) Bhalla of Milpitas, Calif.; John W. III (Elizabeth) of Oakland, Calif.; Eugenia Jobst of Houghton, Mich.; Robert Ailshie of Breckenridge, Colo.; Elizabeth (Jon) Feit of Charlotte, N.C.;  Joanna Van Sant of Burkburnett, Texas; Jason (Cristy) Van Sant of Cary, N.C. and Benjamin Jobst of Naperville.  Also surviving are five great-grandchildren, Ryan and Maya Bhalla, Caroline and Joshua Feit, and Parker Robinson. He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Ann Smith of Pontiac; Mrs. Peggy (Chuck) Studley of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Rita (Dick) Herwig of Albert Lea, Minn.; three sisters-in-law, Mary Stuart Jobst, Dorothy Schulz Jobst, both of Pontiac, and Nancy Husted Stenroos of Elk Grove, Calif.; and one brother-in-law, Jack Kane, of Palatine; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death b...

John W. Jobst - Pontiac Daily Leader

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Pontiac.John is survived by his wife of 70 years, the former Barbara Jean Husted of Pontiac. Also surviving are four grown children, Jack (Deborah Fedewa) of Houghton, Mich.; Jane Ailshie of Pelham, Ala.; Joan (John) Fries, of Haymarket, Va.; and Joe (Vicki) of Naperville; eight grandchildren, Debra (Rajeev) Bhalla of Milpitas, Calif.; John W. III (Elizabeth) of Oakland, Calif.; Eugenia Jobst of Houghton, Mich.; Robert Ailshie of Breckenridge, Colo.; Elizabeth (Jon) Feit of Charlotte, N.C.;  Joanna Van Sant of Burkburnett, Texas; Jason (Cristy) Van Sant of Cary, N.C. and Benjamin Jobst of Naperville.  Also surviving are five great-grandchildren, Ryan and Maya Bhalla, Caroline and Joshua Feit, and Parker Robinson. He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Ann Smith of Pontiac; Mrs. Peggy (Chuck) Studley of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Rita (Dick) Herwig of Albert Lea, Minn.; three sisters-in-law, Mary Stuart Jobst, Dorothy Schulz Jobst, both of Pontiac, and Nancy Husted Stenroos of Elk Grove, Calif.; and one brother-in-law, Jack Kane, of Palatine; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death b...

John W. Jobst - Pontiac Daily Leader

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Pontiac.John is survived by his wife of 70 years, the former Barbara Jean Husted of Pontiac. Also surviving are four grown children, Jack (Deborah Fedewa) of Houghton, Mich.; Jane Ailshie of Pelham, Ala.; Joan (John) Fries, of Haymarket, Va.; and Joe (Vicki) of Naperville; eight grandchildren, Debra (Rajeev) Bhalla of Milpitas, Calif.; John W. III (Elizabeth) of Oakland, Calif.; Eugenia Jobst of Houghton, Mich.; Robert Ailshie of Breckenridge, Colo.; Elizabeth (Jon) Feit of Charlotte, N.C.;  Joanna Van Sant of Burkburnett, Texas; Jason (Cristy) Van Sant of Cary, N.C. and Benjamin Jobst of Naperville.  Also surviving are five great-grandchildren, Ryan and Maya Bhalla, Caroline and Joshua Feit, and Parker Robinson. He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Ann Smith of Pontiac; Mrs. Peggy (Chuck) Studley of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Rita (Dick) Herwig of Albert Lea, Minn.; three sisters-in-law, Mary Stuart Jobst, Dorothy Schulz Jobst, both of Pontiac, and Nancy Husted Stenroos of Elk Grove, Calif.; and one brother-in-law, Jack Kane, of Palatine; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death b...




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