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Vines Funeral Home
Old Opelika Road Lafay
Roanoke , AL
(334) 864-7128
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Stephen Schlossberg, Official of U.A.W. and Labor Dept., Dies at 90

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
It’s not so revolutionary for someone with an entry into organized labor to be in the Labor Department, is it. It’s not like being a spy in the Pentagon.” Stephen Isaac Schlossberg was born in Roanoke, Va., on May 18, 1921. He graduated from high school there in 1938 and enrolled in the University of Virginia, but he left college to enlist in the Army Air Forces the day after the Pearl Harbor attack. “When it came to fighting Nazis and fascists, I stopped being a pacifist pretty quickly,” he said. After six years in the Army, he went to work in his family’s retail business. He quit after several years to take a job as an organizer in the South with the International Ladies’ Garment Workers Union, his pay dropping to $3,400 a year from $16,000. As an organizer, he was arrested 17 times and accused of disturbing the peace. The garment workers trusted him more than other organizers, Mr. Schlossberg said, because, as a Southern native, he “didn’t speak like a New Yorker with an Italian accent or Jewish inflection.” He said he was drawn to the union movement because of the many injustices he saw and sometimes experienced while growing up in Virginia. Mr. Schlossberg, whose father was a Jewish immigrant from Russia, told a biographer, “Jews, blacks, Catholics and foreigners were hated with a passion.” After four years as an organizer, he returned to the University of Virginia, obtaining his bachelor’s degree in 1955 and his law degree there in 1957. He took a job at a Washington labor law firm, Van Arkel & Kaiser. In 1961, he became a special assistant to the director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. In that role, he spent several months trying to prevent and then end the 114-day newspaper strike in New York that began in December 1962. He married Nancy Kamin in June 1963. During the newspaper strike, Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz often joked to the couple that their intense romance was preventing Mr. Schlossberg from settling the dispute. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son, Mark; a daughter, Karen J. Schlossberg; and three grandchildren. After leaving the U.A.W., Mr. Schlossberg became head of the Washington office of the International Labor Organization. He helped lift its reputation in the United States after many accused it of leaning too far left. He was most in the news when h... (New York Times)

Visitation Tonight for Hebron Baptist Church Member -

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Senior Citizens Club.  Tuggle was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Eugene Tuggle. She is survived by her daughter Anita Mitchell of Dacula; son and daughter-in-law, Paul Ray and Joann Tuggle, Roanoke Rapids, N.C.; five grandchildren: Amanda White, Allison Mitchell, Eric Mitchell, David Tuggle and Bobby Tuggle; four great-grandchildren: Paul David Tuggle, Gavin and Jackson Mitchell and Lucas White; sisters and brothers-in-law, Hazel Wright of Tucker, Louise and Charles Strickland of Covington, Mary Ann and Walter Pope of Covington, Mae and Tillman Sailors of Smyrna; brothers and sisters-in law, Frank and Chris Nichols of Lawrenceville, Grady and Jo...

Obituary for Betty Haynes

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
Pressnell and her husband, James Haynes.Survivors are her daughters, Bobbie Boulanger, Chattanooga, Judy (Mark) Gooden, Signal Mountain, and Teresa Smith, Red Bank; son, Mitchell (Wendy) Corder, Roanoke, Va.; eight grandchildren, Sarah Holland, Hannah Corder, Stephen Boulanger, Letitia Boulanger, Michelle Price, Shannon Bradford, Tim Gooden and Kylie Gooden; six great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.Services will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Fred Smith and the Rev. Don Glenn officiating. Burial will be at Hamilton Memorial Gardens with Wes White, Russ Haynes, Tim Haynes, Ronnie Pressnell, Mike Lee and Eric Crabtree serving as pallbearers... (Chattanooga Press)

Obituary for Betty Angle

Tue, Aug 30, 2011
Betty McGhee Angle, 84, of Chattanooga, passed away peacefully at her apartment on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011.She was the daughter of the late James McGhee and Kathryn H. McGhee Bobbitt of Roanoke, Va. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 49 years, Woodrow W. "Woodie" Angle; and son, Robert Michael "Bobby" Angle.Betty is survived her children, Jimmy (Linda) Angle, of Suwanee, Ga., Suzie (Mitch) Weber, of Soddy-Daisy, Sonny (Robin) Angle, of Herndon, Va., Becky (Johnnie) Wages, of Lawrenceville, Ga. Mary (Greg) Harris, of Norfolk, Va. She is also survived by her sister... (Chattanooga Press)

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