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Superior Funeral Home
379 South Ray Road
Superior , AZ 85173
(520) 363-5353
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Superior Funeral Home
379 South Ray Road
Superior , AZ 85173
(520) 689-2692
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Roberta "Bobbie" J. Parenteau

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Roberta “Bobbie” J. Parenteau SUPERIOR – Roberta “Bobbie” J. Parenteau, 94, died Friday, April 20, 2012, in Essentia Health St. Mary’s Medical Center, Duluth. Mass of Christian burial: 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 25, in Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior. Visitation: 5-7 p.m. with a 5:30 p.m. Catholic Daughters of the Americas rosary service Tuesday, April 24, in Downs Funeral Home, 1617 N. 19th St., Superior and one hour p... (Duluth News Tribune)

DA to review role of victim's widow in Ga. killing - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
His obituary is already written. It reads, 'Hemy Neuman, convicted murderer. Period,'" said Steve Sneiderman said. DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams had the option...

DA to review role of victim's widow in Ga. killing - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
His obituary is already written. It reads, 'Hemy Neuman, convicted murderer. Period,'" said Steve Sneiderman said. DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams had the option of life in prison with the possibility of parole after 30 years, but he called the killing a "planned execution" with no justification. The sentence means that Neuman will receive mental treatment while serving the rest of his life behind bars. Neuman told the judge the shooting was a terrible tragedy. "I am so, so, so sorry. I can't say it enough ... I am sorry from the deepest part of my heart, your honor," Neuman said. His attorneys said he couldn't tell the difference between right and wrong when he killed Sneiderman, and urged the jury to find him not guilty by reason of insanity. If the jury had reached that verdict, Neuman would have become a ward of the state mental health department and a judge would have later decided when, if ever, he could be released. Neuman told mental health examiners he was visited by a demon whose voice sounded like Barry White and an angel who looked like Olivia Newton-John. The angel ordered him to fatally shoot Sneiderman, Neuman said in one interview.

Breathtaking moment for the invitees at Indianapolis - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
They have always been the best and they have more often than not made big plays because of their superior ability, which is now gone. The only way you separate yourself in the NFL is through football intelligence and technique. If you think that’s far-fetched, be honest with yourself and try this one – if you watch any of the Combine workouts, try to pick out the best linebacker, the fastest and the strongest player at that position. Now, in your head, put that player in camp with the Baltimore Ravens, sharing a position with the 36-year-old Ray Lewis, at the end of his career. Lewis will not be as fast or as agile as the most skilled rookie linebacker, but he will be a better football player by any estimation because he’s smarter: He understands technique and leverage in ways the rookie hasn’t considered. Lewis will watch 10 or 20 hours of tape at home on his own each week to get ready for an opponent because he knows his skills are declining and he needs that extra edge of intelligence and insight to find ways to win. For as physically brutal as it is, this is a great game. The catch to the whole thing -- the way you get on a roster, the way you stay there and the way you get to the Hall of Fame -- is through the use of your mental faculties. This weekend, that thought will hit home as it never has to every invitee at the Indianapolis Combine.

Elizabeth B. Borgh

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Elizabeth B. Borgh Oct. 12, 1925 - Feb. 14, 2012 SUPERIOR - Elizabeth B. Borgh, 86, of Superior, died Feb. 14, 2012, in Golden Living Center, Superior. Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, in Downs Funeral Home, 1617 N. 19th St., Superior. Visitation: One hour prior to the service in the funeral home. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

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

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
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 personal money, by the way, too. It was easy for him to ask people for money because he'd given so much himself." A video can be found on the Alabama High School Athletic Association web site in which people talk about the Bryant-Jordan program. Among them is Striplin. "We couldn't run a program like we've got without funds," he said. "You look at all these kids and you have to be just thrilled with that, and I am. To see where this thing has come from -- nothing -- to what it is today." The video fittingly closes with words from Striplin. "Thank you," he said, "for supporting the Bryant-Jordan Foundation." And thank you, Mr. Striplin. You will not be forgotten. Join the conversation by making a comment below or write Solomon at screnshaw@bhamnews.com.

William H. Mills Jr. - Riverhead News-Review

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
New York region, providing technical support and operational assistance to various post offices from Boston to Philadelphia and Puerto Rico. Mr. Mills was cited several times for superior performance, most notably during the famous Morgan Annex fire of the 1960s. His plan redirected mail from New York City to Buffalo, N.Y., where it was rerouted and sorted. In 1968, he was again promoted to Regional Director of Marketing, a position he held for three years, until his retirement in 1971. In 1976, he and Adeline moved to their favorite vacation spot, Southold, N.Y., where he took up boating, fishing and grandfathering full time. Adeline predeceased him in 2004. He is survived by his daughter, Kathleen Bennett; his grandchildren, Kirsten Bennett O’Rourke and Sean Bennett; and four great-grandchildren, Ava, Madeline, Tessa and Eamonn. Visitation was held January 29, 2012, at McLaughlin Heppner Funeral Home in Riverhead. A funeral service was held January 30 at the funeral home, with burial following at Calverton National Cemetery. This is a paid notice.

Hall of Fame for San Jose bowler Dede Davidson - Modesto Bee

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
San Jose to compete in the Dick Ritger Bowling Clinics at McHenry Bowl.Davidson was just elected to the United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in the Superior Performance category along with Dave Husted, Amleto Monacelli and Tom Baker.Davidson has made a name for herself on the national scene with six top-10 finishes at the USBC Women's Championships, where she won the 2011 Scratch All-Events title. She is the only ...

Richard E. "Dick" Moran

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
SUPERIOR - Richard e. Moran, 82, died Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012 in the Golden Living Center. Mass of Christian Burial: 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Visitation: 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1 in Lenroot-Maetzold Funeral Home, Superior with a scripture service at 6:30. Visitation continues one hour prior to the service in the church. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

KENNETH GENE SUNDVICK

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Mary (Johnson) Sundvick. Among those who survive and gratefully shared his life is his life companion, Ginny of Minong; three sons Jack Sundvick, Kenneth (Lynn) Sundvick, Frank (Stacy) Abbott all of Superior, Wis.; one daughter Gina (Chris) Remus of Cottage Grove, Minn.; eight grandchildren Brett, Jack II, Samantha, Savanna, Frank Jr, Jessica, Natalie, Nichole; three great grandchildren Owen, Logan, karmyn. CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 11 a.m. Friday February 3, 2012 in Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church in Superior, Wis. Rev. Will Mowchan will officiate. A visitation will be held one hour prior t... (Duluth News Tribune)




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