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Camden Funeral Service
442 Jefferson Street Southwest
Camden , AR 71701
(870) 836-6451
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Proctor Funeral Home
442 Jefferson Street Southwest
Camden , AR 71701
(870) 836-2108
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Daryl D. Quimby — Pine Island

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Island; his daughter, Roxayn (and James) Ball of Austin, Texas; his son, Dr. Gary Quimby of Pine Island; a granddaughter, Lisa (and Bryan) Kent of Austin, Texas, and their two children, Ciara and Camden; and a grandson, Ryan Ball of Charlotte, N.C.; also two brothers, Donovan (and Dolores) Quimby and Orville (and Addie) Quimby both of West Concord.He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Lorraine Spreiter.Visitation will be at Michaelson Funeral Home, West Concord, Friday, March 23, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and also one hour prior to the service in the church.Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 24, at 11 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in West Concord, with The Reverend David Westlake officiating. Interment will be in the Concord Cemetery in Concord Township.In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the United Methodist Church of West Concord or Camp Companion Cat and Dog Rescue in Rochester. (Post Bulletin)

Charles V. (Tod) Carmichael, 88 of Belpre, - Jackson County Newspapers

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Charles V. (Tod) Carmichael, 88 of Belpre, Ohio died at the St. Joseph Campus of the Camden Clark Medical Center.  He was born on January 29, 1924 at Silverton, WV and was the son of the late David L. and Neta Divers Carmichael.  He graduated from Ravenswood High School. He was an U.S. Army veteran.  He was a member of the VFW and the American Legion Post #15 in Parkersburg.  He had been a member of the Moose Lodge.  He had the Carmichael Monument Company for twenty years, and ret...

Trenton High boys basketball aims to end long drought - The Times of Trenton - NJ.com

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Group IV state championship. No school in New Jersey has played in the Group IV championship game more times than Trenton High (19), and with seven state group titles, only Camden and Elizabeth/Thomas Jefferson have won more (9). As Trenton begins play in the NJSIAA tournament Feb. 27 at South Brunswick, it will again seek the Group IV title it has not won since that 1961 season — 51 years ago.The Tornadoes have also not reached the finals since 2003, when they lost to Teaneck.“We’ve had some close calls, some near misses,” said Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, a 1984 Trenton High graduate who played football, baseball and wrestled for the Red and Black. “But it is surprising we’ve only won seven, and (none) since 1961.” Trenton has reached the group semifinals seven times since 1961, among the losses being to Neptune by three, Triton by three, Camden by three and Camden again in overtime. Four other times it lost before the semis to the eventual champions. In addition, early elimination came against Westfield (59-54 in 1963), Hillside (59-56 in ’64), Neptune (63-62 in ’74; 61-58 in ’76) and Bridgewater-Rar...

Fitzrovia News 2011 year in review - Fitzrovia News

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Primark store on Oxford Street. Despite objections by community groups, residents associations and fans of the little street, both Camden and Westminster caved in to the retail giant. Permission was granted to widen the tiny lane to allow 18.5 tonne lorries to penetrate the rear of the store. Max Neufeld of the Charlotte Street Association asked: How much does it cost to buy planning permission which allows you to irreparably damage a conservation area and trample on the human rights of residents by allowing 18.5 tonne lorries to start deliveries at 6am? In Camden, it cost only £950,000 for the high street retailer Primark to be granted planning permission. But then Camden has never valued its residents in the south of the borough very highly. But Sally Humphreys of the News West End Company scolded residents and conservationists: The eastern end of Oxford Street is sad and in need of regeneration. We would certainly not support the destruction of a conservation area. How...

Michael Lawrence Goding - VillageSoup Belfast

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
He served as a vice president in a major pharmaceutical company in Baltimore, Md. and later ended his working career as an executive for MBNA and Bank of America in Camden and Belfast. Michael was a member of Fayette Baptist Church, where he served as a teacher of theology and apologetics. He loved the study of God’s Word and cherished the time he was able to spend with his brothers and sisters in Christ. Above all, Michael wanted people to hear and to know the good news of Jesus, and his life continues to serve as a testament to God’s love and grace. Michael is survived by his loving wife, Jean Goding; his children, Ryan Goding and his wife Kylie, Jason Goding and his wife Tanya, Lindsey Wood and her husband Ryan; and stepsons, Bryan and Garrett Luszczki. He is also survived by his father, Lawrence Goding, and stepmother Gladys Goding; his sisters, Debbie Manning, Jean Hood, Patricia Marceau and Rose Trahan-Dejesus; and a brother, Lee Trahan. A memorial service to celebrate the life and legacy of Michael Goding will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 31 at Fayette Baptist Church with Pastor Russell Cotnoir officiating. A committal service will be held in the spring, at a date and time to be announced, at Pine Grove Cemetery in Waterville. In lieu of flowers, Michael requested that donations be made to the First Light ...

Michael Lawrence Goding - VillageSoup Belfast

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
He served as a vice president in a major pharmaceutical company in Baltimore, Md. and later ended his working career as an executive for MBNA and Bank of America in Camden and Belfast. Michael was a member of Fayette Baptist Church, where he served as a teacher of theology and apologetics. He loved the study of God’s Word and cherished the time he was able to spend with his brothers and sisters in Christ. Above all, Michael wanted people to hear and to know the good news of Jesus, and his life continues to serve as a testament to God’s love and grace. Michael is survived by his loving wife, Jean Goding; his children, Ryan Goding and his wife Kylie, Jason Goding and his wife Tanya, Lindsey Wood and her husband Ryan; and stepsons, Bryan and Garrett Luszczki. He is also survived by his father, Lawrence Goding, and stepmother Gladys Goding; his sisters, Debbie Manning, Jean Hood, Patricia Marceau and Rose Trahan-Dejesus; and a brother, Lee Trahan. A memorial service to celebrate the life and legacy of Michael Goding will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 31 at Fayette Baptist Church with Pastor Russell Cotnoir officiating. A committal service will be held in the spring, at a date and time to be announced, at Pine Grove Cemetery in Waterville. In lieu of flowers, Michael requested that donations be made to the First Light ...

Howard Tate, Soul Singer Who Made Comeback, Dies at 72

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Press in 2003. Then, he later recalled, tragedy struck. A daughter died in a fire. His marriage fell apart. He began drinking heavily, then became addicted to crack and ended up homeless in Camden, N.J. Mr. Ragovoy and others thought he had died. By the mid-1990s Mr. Tate had overcome his addictions and become a minister. He returned to the recording studio in 2003 to make the album “Rediscovered,” with Mr. Ragovoy once again producing and doing most of the writing. “Rediscovered” was nominated for a Grammy for best contemporary blues record. Over the next five years Mr. Tate toured and released four more CDs. Mr. Tate said he believed it was “a call from God” that brought him back to an industry he had “hated and despised so bad.” ... (New York Times)

Mary Chesnut's photos open a window on Civil War life - Greenville News

Sat, Nov 19, 2011
South Carolina senator and aide to Confederate President Jefferson Davis, was deep into her diary on that day. “Arranging my photograph book,” she wrote from the peace of her home in Camden. “On the first page, Colonel Watts. Here goes a sketch of his life; romantic enough, surely: Beaufort Watts; bluest blood; gentleman to the tips of his fingers; chivalry incarnate.” Only the day before, Chesnut, who had watched the war’s opening shots from a rooftop in Charleston, was pondering what would become of the world as the battle began to rage. “I have been sitting idly to-day looking out upon this beautiful lawn, wondering if this can be the same world I was in a few days ago,”...

Ormal B. Wellman - Ennis Daily News

Sat, Nov 12, 2011
Jeff (Tess) Irish of Ennis, Texas, Kaylene and Kathy Wellman of Gladstone, Olivia and Sophie Vogelmann of Elkhorn, Wis., and Brandon Swanson of Ford River; three great-grandchildren, Vaughn and Camden Irish of Euless, Texas, and Celeste Irish of Ennis, Texas; brothers, Delor (Pat) Wellman of Ford River, Dennis (Kathy) Wellman of Escanaba, Harold “Jim” (Maxine) Wellman of Ford River; and a sister, Barbara Wellman of Iowa. He is also survived by many nieces, great-nieces, nephews and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters, Jesse Alice Wiles, Cleo LaBay and Lillian LaBay; and six brothers, Willmore, Leland, Vernon, Wesley, Dwayne, and Darrell. Visitation will be held Thursday, Nov. 10, from 3-6 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home in Escanaba. Funeral services for Ormal B. Wellman will be held at 6 Thursday at the Anderson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Lewis Hague officiating. A luncheon will be served following the funeral services at the Ford River Community Church. Burial will take place at the West Ford River Cemetery. The Anderson Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements and online condolences can be sent to the family at http://www.andersonfuneralhomes.net/. Posted by publisher on Nov 12 2011. Filed under Obituaries. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry ...

Patch Wants Your Sylvia Sewell Pictures; Memorial Service Sunday - Patch.com

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Robyn Burns (Joe Burns) of Marietta, GA and Suzanne Antink of Newport Beach, CA; grandchildren Robyn Hubbard (Chris) of Costa Mesa, CA, Greg Burns (Cristina) of Parkville, MO, Liz Trond (Dave) of Camden, CT and Braden Burns (Catherine) of Rome, GA; great-grandchildren Maryn, Laurel, Grady, Jake, Elizabeth and Toby; extended family and many friends. Mrs. Sewell was born in Buchanan, Georgia to Gaines Franklin Dodson & Susie Conant Dodson. She graduated from Bessie Tift College in Forsyth, Georgia and in 1939 married Robert Sewell, who passed away in 2005. Sylvia was a long-time member of Calvary Methodist Church in Atlanta before joining Atlanta First Methodist and later Peachtree Road Methodist Church. Sylvia retired from the Atlanta Public School System in 1985 after teaching for over 30 years. She ended her career at West Manor Elementary where she taught English. Prior to joining the staff at West Manor, Sylvia spent many years teaching at J.C. Harris in Atlanta. In retirement, Sylvia volunteered as a Pink Lady at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, where she faithfully delivered the mail to patients’ rooms for 23 years. She was especially fond of poetry and would share this love with anyone she met. In the years following her retirement, former students would stay in touch and often visit, recalling the...




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