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Carr Tenney Mortuary
2621 South Rural Road
Tempe , AZ 85282
(480) 967-2104
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Homecoming Inc
2015 East 5th Street
Tempe , AZ 85281
(480) 948-8343
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Neptune Society
1729 West Greentree Drive
Tempe , AZ 85284
(480) 785-7000
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Sahl Glenn D Funeral Director
405 East Southern Avenue
Tempe , AZ 85282
(480) 967-1643
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Tempe Mortuary
405 East Southern Avenue
Tempe , AZ 85282
(480) 967-1643
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Scott Dixon leads Indianapolis 500 at halfway point - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Ryan Hunter-Reay was running third, Graham Rahal fourth and Justin Wilson fifth at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on a clear, sticky day with temperatures hovering near 90 degrees. Marco Andretti was 11th and pole-sitter Ryan Briscoe was 15th. Dixon, who won the famed race in 2008, and Franchitti, a two-time winner of the Indy 500, both drive for the Chip Ganassi Racing team. Franchitti was rolling toward his pit during the first caution period when his car was tapped from behind by the car of E.J. Viso. That caused Franchitti's car to spin and tap the wall, crumpling his car's nose. After repairs, Franchitti came out 29th and then began hi...

Nalbandian controls temper but loses at Wimbledon - Knoxville News Sentinel

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
All England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, England, Monday, June 25, 2012. (AP Photo/Tim Hales) WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — There was no bloodshed this time, no temper tantrum and no forfeit for David Nalbandian. There was no victory, either, as the Argentine lost in straight sets to Janko Tipsarevic on Monday in the opening round at Wimbledon, his first match since being disqualified for injuring a line judge during the Queen's Club final by kicking an advertisement board against his shin. Nalbandian controlled his emotions Monday, but still went out 6-4, 7-6 (4), 6-2 against the eighth-seeded Serb. The 2002 Wimbledon runner-up wasn't happy with some of the chair umpire's calls, but said he felt good support from the crowd despite the incident at Queen's. Both players were given the customary round of applause as they entered Court 1 for the first match of the day. "I think everybody understood (it) wasn't a good thing that I did, but was very unlucky as well," Nalbandian said. "I felt very good with the crowd today." While this loss was all about his level of tennis, the incident last weekend at the grass-court warm-up event still played...

Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... - Tampabay.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
After serving for years as chief assistant in the public defender's office, Judge White won a county judgeship in 1976. "He had an ideal temperament for a judge," said Sixth Judicial Circuit Judge Lynn Tepper, who practiced before Judge White in her first years as a lawyer. "It was very obvious that he was very alert to what was going on in the courtroom." Judge White had been breaking color barriers ever since graduating at the top of his class at Florida A&M University College of Law in 1959. He was invited to join the city's first black law firm working with Fred Minnis and I.W. "Ike" Williams, but decided to open a solo practice on 22nd Street S instead. "He had his own ideas and he just wanted to pursue that," said Kenneth Rogers, 71, Judge White's brother. He was soon joined by James B. Sanderlin, who would go on to become the first black judge in Pinellas County, and Frank Peterman. In 1961, Judge White and Sanderlin began research for a lawsuit against the Pinellas School Board that eventually banned segregated schools. The law firm dissolved after several years and Judge White joined the public defender's office, where peers knew him as unflappable and methodical. He ...

Detroit Lions' Jim Schwartz among NFL's biggest jerks, CBSSports ... - MLive.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
This is a tough one. Went to high school with Schwartz. Love him. Excellent coach, but his overreaction to a hard handshake from Harbaugh is a classic jerk reaction from a guy with a serious sideline temper."Ah, the postgame handshake after the Lions' 25-16 loss to the 49ers last season. Will that storyline ever go away? Not likely, or at least not before Detroit's Week 2 game at San Francisco this fall.Schwartz's sideline demeanor has been anything but tranquil (read: plenty of fist pumps) in his first three seasons as the Lions' coach.But that's also included profanities directed at referee Ron Winter ("learn the (expletive) rules") and spats with Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, among others.Does all of this make Schwartz a "jerk" or someone who's just desperate to k...

Scott K. Rohring, Buffalo native, trial attorney

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Mr. Rohring became ill with a catastrophic infection that spread throughout his body. The plane made an emergency landing in Gander, Newfoundland, and Mr. Rohring was near death, with a temperature of 106, by the time he reached the local hospital. He then was airlifted to St. John’s Regional Hospital in Newfoundland, where he died three days later, on April 16, in his wife’s arms. He was 42. Born in Buffalo, Mr. Rohring was a 1988 graduate of Kenmore East High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Rochester in 1992. He earned his law degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., in 1996. He be... (The Buffalo News)

Albert Hadley, Interior Decorator to High Society, Dies at 91

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Gore and Mike Nichols and Diane Sawyer. His taste was relatively spare and modernist, but he was willing to mix ideas, drawing on a deep knowledge of design history. And reflecting his own moderate temperament, he had a keen sense of how much was too much and how much was not enough. He and Mrs. Parish, whose work was more English in style, worked together as the firm Parish-Hadley for 33 years, creating interiors that were always beautiful, sometimes lush but never overstuffed. “Never less, never more,” Mr. Hadley was fond of saying of a well-realized interior. “Glamour is part of it,” he added in a 2004 interview in New York magazine. “But glamour is not the essence. Design is about discipline and reality, not about fantasy beyond reality.” Perhaps his most celebrated work was the library at the Park Avenue home of Brooke Astor. He transformed a high-ceilinged faux-French drawing room into a strikingly elegant space with red-lacquered shelves and brass trim befitting a client who had given considerable philanthropic support to libraries, especially the New York Public Library. One early project was for the Park Avenue apartment of Edgar Bronfman, the chairm... (New York Times)

Robert B. Sherman, Songwriter for Disney, Dies at 86

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Richard, the younger brother by two and a half years, was the more single-minded of the two, devoted to songwriting and little else; he was also known to have a blustery temper. Robert, who survived a harrowing war experience, had more of a wide-ranging curiosity, more of a poet’s probing mind. Friends made parallels to Paul McCartney and John Lennon; Robert was the brooder, the Lennon of the two. In “The Boys” — a 2009 documentary about the brothers made by Jeffrey Sherman and Gregg Sherman, Richard’s son — Walt Disney’s nephew Roy, a former top executive at the Walt Disney Company, said that the difference could be seen in two of their songs from “Mary Poppins”: Richard was more “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” Robert more “Feed the Birds.” In any case, though they continued to work together off and on and feigned closeness in public, they rarely spoke, their families did not socialize and the broken relationship was barely ever mentioned, even in private. “We’ve perpetrated a facade for 50 years,” Richard Sherman said in the documentary. Robert Bernard Sherman was born in Brooklyn on Dec. 19, 1925. His father, Al, came to this country with his family, Russian Jews who fled the pogroms, and became a Tin Pan Alley composer; he married Rosa Dancis, a silent film actress. The family moved to Southern California when Robert was still a boy; he went to high school in Beverly Hills and at 17 enlisted in the Army. He served in Europe, was shot through the knee, awarded a Purple Heart and bore witness to the horrors of Dachau. After the war, both he and his brother attended Bard College in upstate New York, where Robert studied literature and Richard studied music. It was after graduation, when they were sharing an apartment in Los Angeles, one brother trying to write stories and novels and the other trying to write symphonies, that their father issued them a challenge: “I’ll bet you two guys couldn’t pool your talents and come up with a song that some kid would give up his lunch money to buy.” Correction: March 6, 2012 An earlier version of this article referred to Roy Disney as Walt Disney’s son; he is his nephew. (New York Times)

Marjorie J. 'Marge' Goedert - Adrian Daily Telegram

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Marjorie J. “Marge” Goedert, 88, of Adrian, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012, at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor.Born Sept. 3, 1923, in Temperance, Mich., Marjorie was the oldest child of Olin R. and Virginia (Parker) Hayden. In 1941 she graduated from Monroe High School.On May 27, 1943, Marjorie married Robert Goedert in Monroe, Mich. They celebrated over 57 years of marriage prior to his death in 2001.Marge was an ordained elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Adrian where she was a faithful member for 54 years. She taught S...

Dick Kniss, Bassist for Peter, Paul and Mary, Is Dead at 74

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Peter, Paul and Mary broke up as the decade ended, and Mr. Kniss went to work with Denver, another popular, sweet-tempered folk-singing activist. But when the trio reunited in 1978, Mr. Kniss once again became their bassist and appeared with them until Ms. Travers’s death in 2009. He made his final appearance with Mr. Yarrow and Mr. Stookey in December that year. Mr. Kniss was as much an improvisationalist as he was a timekeeper. “Basically he was a jazz bassist who didn’t think in terms of the pop point of view,” Mr. Yarrow said in a telephone interview on Friday, “and he really would develop melodic lines to complement our voices.” In a separate interview, Mr. Stookey said Mr. Kniss was not an ideal studio player because he found repeating riffs or phrases laborious; onstage, however, he said, Mr. Kniss was inventive, especially when a singer was soloing. “He had this capacity to weave countermelodies,” Mr. Stookey said. “He was the master of when to answer. In folk music, we’re telling a story. The guitars would begin it, but Dick was an orchestrator, and his entry often signified a particular turning point in a song.” Richard Lawrence Kniss was born in Po... (New York Times)

Patricia Kachur - Adrian Daily Telegram

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Jan D. (Thelma) of Deerfield and Fred P. (Carol) of Hartford City, Ind.; her seven grandchildren, the Rev. Eric Allan Kachur of Leighton, Ala., Jenny Lynn (Brian) Gagne of Temperance, Matthew Christopher Kachur of Greensburg, Ind., Lisa Jo (Eric) Wolfe of Indianapolis, Ind., Angela Sue (Kevin) Sutton of Noblesville, Ind., Kelly (Doug) Vore of Blissfield and James (Amy Martinez) Raber of Perrysburg, Ohio; 10 great-grandchildren, Matthew, Andrew and Jonathon Kachur, Jake Wolfe, Samantha and Dane Sutton, Caroline and Joshua Gagne, and Hannah and Holden Vore; and her brother and sisters, Frank Gambarella, Dolores Heins and Marian Dolce, all of Toms River, N.J.   In addition to her husband, she was all preceded in death by three sisters and a brother. Visitation will be held at the Tecumseh Chapel of the Handler Funeral Homes from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. Funeral services to celebrate her life will begin at noon that day at the funeral home. Her grandson, the Rev. Eric Allan Kachur, will offici...




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