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Beckley James DVM
1521 Stacia Street
Fairbanks , AK 99701
(907) 456-5407
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Chapel of the Chimes Funeral Home
415 Illinois Street
Fairbanks , AK 99701
(907) 456-5566
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Fairbanks Veterinary Hospital
1521 Stacia Street
Fairbanks , AK 99701
(907) 456-5407
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Northern Lights Funeral Home and Crematory
2318 Yankovich Road
Fairbanks , AK 99709
(907) 479-2545
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For Road Warriors, life means long trips, frequent changes - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Brent Cornelius joined the Road Warriors on Dec. 27. In the previous two weeks he actually did play in Boise, Idaho, and in the Ukraine. But the native of Fairbanks, Alaska, takes the travel and peripatetic life in stride. “Rejection, it’s something you can learn from,” he says. “You have to bounce back from it.” The only thing that doesn’t change in minor league hockey is change. Change of teams. Change of teammates. Change of playing styles, coaches, climate and a change of address. Not only that, if you let the lifestyle get you down, you won’t be ready to take advantage of opportunities when they arise. So Cornelius, a 24-year-old college graduate, says he has learned to adapt quickly. “You have to dive into the culture,” he says, “I didn’t speak Russian. But the guys are pretty much like they are here. They hang out. Eat together. They play hockey.” Love may have its supporters, but hockey is indeed the universal language for a subset of professionals from around the globe. During his five-year professional career, Sean Perkins has played for eight teams, including ones in Scotland, Denmark and Sweden. The 25-year-old has playe...

For Road Warriors, life means long trips, frequent changes - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Brent Cornelius joined the Road Warriors on Dec. 27. In the previous two weeks he actually did play in Boise, Idaho, and in the Ukraine. But the native of Fairbanks, Alaska, takes the travel and peripatetic life in stride. “Rejection, it’s something you can learn from,” he says. “You have to bounce back from it.” The only thing that doesn’t change in minor league hockey is change. Change of teams. Change of teammates. Change of playing styles, coaches, climate and a change of address. Not only that, if you let the lifestyle get you down, you won’t be ready to take advantage of opportunities when they arise. So Cornelius, a 24-year-old college graduate, says he has learned to adapt quickly. “You have to dive into the culture,” he says, “I didn’t speak Russian. But the guys are pretty much like they are here. They hang out. Eat together. They play hockey.” Love may have its supporters, but hockey is indeed the universal language for a subset of professionals from around the globe. During his five-year professional career, Sean Perkins has played for eight teams, including ones in Scotland, Denmark and Sweden. The 25-year-old has playe...

For Road Warriors, life means long trips, frequent changes - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Brent Cornelius joined the Road Warriors on Dec. 27. In the previous two weeks he actually did play in Boise, Idaho, and in the Ukraine. But the native of Fairbanks, Alaska, takes the travel and peripatetic life in stride. “Rejection, it’s something you can learn from,” he says. “You have to bounce back from it.” The only thing that doesn’t change in minor league hockey is change. Change of teams. Change of teammates. Change of playing styles, coaches, climate and a change of address. Not only that, if you let the lifestyle get you down, you won’t be ready to take advantage of opportunities when they arise. So Cornelius, a 24-year-old college graduate, says he has learned to adapt quickly. “You have to dive into the culture,” he says, “I didn’t speak Russian. But the guys are pretty much like they are here. They hang out. Eat together. They play hockey.” Love may have its supporters, but hockey is indeed the universal language for a subset of professionals from around the globe. During his five-year professional career, Sean Perkins has played for eight teams, including ones in Scotland, Denmark and Sweden. The 25-year-old has playe...

That Great Big Jewish Land - Moment Magazine

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Ickes reasoned, would “open up opportunities in the industrial and professional fields now closed to the Jews in Germany.”The proposal won few fans in the far north. Widow Emma de la Vergne in Fairbanks was one of those who thought it was a good idea. “Let the German-Jews come to Alaska if they want to. Alaska is a big country. Give them a chance,” she said when interviewed by the city’s Daily News-Miner. But most of her fellow Alaskans disagreed. “German Jews Unsuited for Alaska Settlers Is Prevailing View Here,” read the paper’s headline on November 21, 1938. A few days later, an editorial declared: “Alaska wants no misfits and none who are unprepared to make their way without becoming a burden upon the territory.” The mayor of Fairbanks compared the proposal to one that advocated turning Alaska into a penal colony.The idea went nowhere. But fears that Jews would not be able to make it in Alaska were unfounded. Jews were among the earliest settlers of “the Last Frontier,” and had played a major role in putting it on the American map. “It’s because of the Jewish presence that Alaska was developed when it was,” says Alaska historian Patti Moss, who lives in Juneau, the state capital in southeastern Alaska. “The first banks: Jewish people. Railroads: Jewish financing. The first college: East Coast Jewish money. The entire infrastructure of Alaska was built by Jewish people, Jewish money and Jewish knowledge.”   Danish-born navigator Vitus Bering, exploring on behalf of the Russian Tsar Peter the Great, sighted Alaska on a 1741 trip to map the Siberian coast. Decades later came the promyshlenniki—Russian fur traders and businessmen lured by Alaska’s untapped natural wealth. Among these hardy souls, it is believed, were Jewish furriers and Jews who had been exiled to Siberia by the Tsar. Most worked for the state-sponsored trading concern called the Russian-American Company, which had a monopoly on exploiting Alaska’s vast resources. One of its managers was Nikolay Yakovlevich Rosenberg, who ran the company from 1850 to 1853.New Archangel—renamed Sitka—a harbor town on an island off the southeast coast, was the center of A...

Mary Ellen Warner

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Mary is survived by three siblings, Betty Jo Orr, Charlene Wood and Don Wood of Tampa, Texas; children Ed and wife Stephanie Warner of Anchorage, Alaska, Dorothy and husband Odean Hall of Fairbanks, Alaska, Brad Warner of Soldotna, Alaska, and Suzanne and husband Walker Barmore of Lebanon; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. She was loved and will be missed by all of her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bud in 1993. A viewing will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, and 9 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, December 8, at Sweet Home Funeral Chapel. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. Thursday. Mary asked that in lieu of flowers donations can be made in her name to SafeHaven Humane Society or the Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital. Mary's family requests that donations to the hospital be directed specifically to the critical care unit in appreciation for all the wonderful attention and compassion shown by the staff to Mary in her final days. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements (www.sweethomefuneral.com). (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Catherine Anne Klingaman

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Army. In 1978 she graduated from West Springfield High School in Springfield, Va. Cathy then attended a single semester at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. After experiencing the arctic cold of Fairbanks she transferred to the University’s Anchorage campus, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in nursing in 1983. Cathy paid for college largely herself, by working summers at fish canneries on the Alaska coast and through student loans. After college she moved to Homer, Alaska, where she worked for many years in the small local hospital, primarily in the ER and ACU/ICU. In 1991 Cathy moved to Columbus, Ga., to ... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Patricia Bendickson-Harred - Beloit Daily News

Fri, Oct 21, 2011
Davis) Butcher. Patricia married James Earl Harred on November 2, 1968 in Rockton, Illinois. He preceded her in death on January 14, 1990. She was employed at several area businesses including, Fairbanks Morse, The Wagon Wheel Resort, The Frontier Inn, The Manor, Viking Lanes, Back Of The Yards in Janesville, Holten Manor Nursing Home, Chester’s Department Store, and the Snug Harbor Inn. Patricia enjoyed craft making, fishing, working in her garden, and taking care of people. Patricia is survived by her sons, Michael Bendickson, South Beloit, IL, Donald Bendickson, Milwaukee, WI, daughters, Pamela (Terry) West, Rockton, IL, Cindy (Bob) Gardner, Milton, WI, grandchildren, Rachel (Joe) Patete, Robert (Katie) Potter, Bradley Potter, Steve (Hei...

James D. Flannery — Kailua, Hawaii

Mon, Oct 17, 2011
Joanne (Kailua, Hawaii); children, Cynthia (John) Myers of Dodge Center, James (Cecilia) Flannery of Oakland, Calif., Peggy (Bill) Swanson of Rochester and Jon (Nancy) Flannery of Fairbanks, Alaska; stepchildren, David (Beth) Pertz, Colo., Douglas (Joanne) Pertz, Ill., and Cathy Carter, Washington; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; two sisters, Nancy (Ken) Pedersen of Stillwater and Mary Johnsen (Mike Bell) of Austin.He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Patricia.His remains were cremated and a private memorial service was held at his home in Kailua on Sept. 25, 2011.A scholarship fund has been set up at Riverland College in his memory. The family prefers memorials to go to: The Jim Flannery Memorial Scholarship Fund, Riverland Community College Foundation, 1900 8th Ave. N.W., Austin, MN 55912. (Post Bulletin)

Obituary for William Gamble

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Gamble, 85, of Chattanooga, passed away at his home with his children by his side on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011.He was a member of Chattanooga Church.William also was an U.S. Army Veteran stationed in Fairbanks Alaska, a member of the American Legion Post 95 and was retired from the U.S. Postal Service.He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Charles and Bessie Gamble; wife, Iva Mae Scott Gambl... (Chattanooga Press)

James M Hubartt - Tulsa World

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
James M Hubartt passed away September 20, 2011 at the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He grew up in Sapulpa, OK and returned there in the 80’s to live 25 years. Two years ago he moved to Fairbanks, AK. Jim is survived by his wife, Judy, son Jay and daughter-in-law Debra of Tulsa, son Jeff of Columbus, OH, daughter Jane Magelky and son-in-law Thane of Fairbanks and sister Patricia Hubartt of Oklahoma City. He is also survived by gran...




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