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Pine Crest Memorial Park
7401 Highway 5 North
Alexander , AR 72002
(501) 776-2160
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7401 Highway 5 North
Alexander , AR 72002
(501) 847-0265
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One thing leads to another, like the mystery man on the hill - Richmond Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
I want to know who Rev. Aker was taking about. I assume he was talking about a brother Mason, but one thing I have learned over the years is to never assume anything.My first thought was Alexander Doniphan, but he’s buried in Liberty. I thought about who else it might be because it was so obvious to everyone in 1917, that the editor didn’t even have to mention his name. My next guess was Gov. Austin King because his grave maker stands high on cemetery hill and looks like Washington’s Monument sticking high into the sky. But then I found a note that said that Austin King was buried south of town and his body was moved to the city cemetery in the 1930s, so Austin King was not on Cemetery hill in 1917. George Washington Dunn had a major role in Missouri’s Masonic history, but he’s not buried on Cemetery hill so that rules him out, too.It’s going to take some research to figure this puzzle out and we may never know who it was, but it’s interesting that there was a man that no one criticized. I’ve known a few good men who came close to this standard, but not a perfect one so my search continues for the “only man who was not criticized by some individual in Richmond.”Like any other small town in America, Richmond has changed a lot in the last 95 years, but we still have that hometown feeling that makes us special. Richmond isn’t the home of any perfect person, but it is the home of many perfectly good people, so I think we can hold our own with the citizens of 1917 Richmond. Have an idea of the identity of the mystery man on the hill? You can contact Linda at rayc...@aol.com or see her at Ray County Museum.

Alex Cassie, Who Aided ‘Great Escape’ From Nazis, Dies at 95

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
January 1945, when, with the Soviets advancing from the east, the Germans emptied the P.O.W. camps and forced thousands of prisoners to march west. They were liberated by the British in April. Alexander Cassie, known as Sandy, was born in Cape Province, South Africa, on Dec. 22, 1916, the only child of George and Jessie Cassie, who had emigrated from Scotland. After high school, he went to Scotland and began studying psychology at the University of Aberdeen. “I always had a pencil in my hand and had always been a competent artist and used to do covers for the university rag magazine,” he told The Aberdeen Press and Journal. In 1940, two years after graduating, he joined the R.A.F. Mr. Cassie’s wife of 56 years, the former Jean Stone, died in 2005. Besides his son, he is survived by a daughter, Rosalyn Postance, and four grandchildren. In 2004, 17 of the prisoners who had been involved in the great escape, Mr. Cassie among them, reunited at the Imperial War Museum in London. Archaeologists had excavated one of the tunnels at Stalag Luft III, the British newspaper The Telegraph reported, adding, “Artifacts recovered include a rubber stamp carved from the heel of an airman’s boot and used to forge documents for escapers.” ... (New York Times)

Scott K. Rohring, Buffalo native, trial attorney

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Town of Farmington. His interests included motorsports and he was a member of the BMW Car Club of America. Survivors include his wife, the former Rebecca Abramoski; a daughter, Kathryn; and a son, Alexander. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at noon Monday in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 95 N. Main St., Canandaigua. (The Buffalo News)

Obituary for ALT

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Helen was preceded in death by Ray in 2001. She is survived by her son, Roger Alt and his wife Sharon; grandson Michael Gural-Maiello and his wife Natasha; and her great-grandson, Michael Alexander; and granddaughter Jennifer Rohrig and her husband, Brent. Graveside services will be held on Monday, April 2, 2012, 11:00 am, at Sunset Memorial Park, 924 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque. To view information or leave a condolence, please visit: www.danielsfuneral.com Helen's care has been entrusted to: Daniels Family Funeral Services 3113 Carlisle Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87110 505-884-1188         Published on: Sun April 01, 2012 ... (Albuquerque Journal)

Injuries fatal to rider in cycle crash - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Meijer. While the Jeep was starting to make the turn, the motorcycle entered the intersection, and the two vehicles collided, police said. Walker and the man operating the motorcycle, Alexander J. Waterman, 20, of Churubusco, were thrown off. Police do not believe they were wearing helmets. According to the Allen County Coroner’s Office, Walker died from blunt-force trauma. She was the third person to die as a result of a motor-vehicle crash in the county this year, the coroner’s office said. Police said Waterman was in serious condition Thursday. The Jeep driver, Mary C. Houser, 57, of Columbia City, was in good condition at the scene Wednesday before she was taken to a hospital. Foster, the police spokeswoman, said no one has been cited or charged in the crash, which is under investigation. Blood testing has ruled out alcohol as a factor, she said. aingersoll@jg.net ...

Funeral for former Bar-Kays member Charles 'Scoop' Allen is Saturday

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Black Rock, Light of Life and As One, before leaving the band in 1983. "He was a really happy-go-lucky type of guy, kind of free spirited," said Bar-Kays member James Alexander. "He was a very warm person, and a great musician during those years." Allen spent the past three decades living in Albuquerque. For the past 15 years he had been working as a counselor at La Pasada, a halfway house. He is survived by his son, Rigel, and fiancée Carmen LaCour. (The Commercial Appeal)

Theodore Mann, Off Broadway Producer, Dies at 87

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Robards and Geraldine Page, had major professional breakthroughs with the company. Other actors linked with the theater over the years have included George C. Scott, Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, Jane Alexander, Laura Linney, Kevin Kline and Raul Julia. Kevin Bacon and Philip Seymour Hoffman are among the school’s alumni. “All of us who covered the embryonic Off Broadway theater movement in the mid-1950s knew Ted as among its earliest galvanizers,” said Arthur Gelb, a former culture editor and managing editor at The New York Times and a biographer of O’Neill. “It was amazing to witness how year after year his Circle in the Square paved the way for a parade of gifted actors to Broadway and Hollywood.” The Circle’s 1956 revival of “The Iceman Cometh,” starring Robards, is widely viewed as a landmark in the re-evaluation of O’Neill’s legacy and a prime example of the company’s attention to neglected plays. The positive response to that production prompted O’Neill’s widow, Carlotta Monterey, to release Quintero and Mr. Mann the rights to the playwright’s other works, including “Long Day’s Journey Into Night.” Produced by Mr. Mann with Quintero and Leigh Connell, and directed by Quintero, the Broadway premiere won the 1957 Tony Award for best play. Mr. Mann was born Theodore Goldman on May 13, 1924, in Brooklyn. (He ch... (New York Times)

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
WH 20-8. Lower State Hartsville 60, Lower Richland 46 CLASS AA Upper State Newberry 75, Lee Central 44 NEWBERRY (75): Wilson 9, Booker 9, M. J. Wise 10, Reeder 7, Kahdem Braylow 16, Jalin Alexander 11, Lindsay 4, Miller 9. LEE CENTRAL (44): Moses 9, Wicks 9, Howard 3, Hill 3, Lovely 7, Henley 6, Wilson 4, Benjamin 3. Records: Newberry 25-3, LC 21-4. Lower State North Charleston 66, Marion 55 Upper State Great Falls 49, Landrum 44 Lower State Johnsonville 54, Burke 52 Wade Hampton 51, Clinton 33 WADE HAMPTON (51): Tatum 4, Nikki Young 21, Spry 6, Dillard 9, Malphrus 4, Winiski 3, Bailey 2, Lineberger 2. CLINTON (33): Gabby Bates 10, Simpson 4, Tallman 5, Kiley Frazier 11, I. Kinard...

James C. Gardner (Cam) - Corning Leader

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Evon of Mountain Top, PA; daughter Margo Evon of Chili, NY; and daughter and son-in-law Amanda and Mike Zarnecki of Elkland, PA; eight grandchildren Austin Gardner, Eliana, Jimmy, and Avonlea Piper, Alexander Francisco, Kaley Walker, Catrina Pettit, and Audriana Davis; four sisters, Wendy Copenhaver, Corning, NY, Michelle Abrams, Elkland, PA, Leigh Anne Humphrey, LeRoy, NY, and Lesley Gardner-Watkins, Addison, NY; several nieces and nephews, friends, and pets.The family invites all family and friends to a celebration of his life on Friday, February 17th at The Marigold Manner, Main Street, Elkland, PA at 6:00.  Please come and share memories, tears, and laughs with all who loved and cared for him.  If possible, though NOT necessary, the family would appreciate it if you could bring a bite or drink to share.A complete obituary is online at www.kenyonfuneralhome.com.  Arrangements are in care of the Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland.

Ada G. Wallace, 57, of Ripley - Jackson County Newspapers

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Katie Casto of Ripley and Mark Casto of Ripley; brothers Bryan Douglas Wallace of Marietta, OH and Oscar Theodore Wallace of San Dinas, CA; sister Jodie Wallace of Alexander, VA.A funeral service was held at 7 pm Sunday, January 29, 2012 at the Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley. Rev. Teresa Deane officiated.




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