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Johnson W H Funeral Home
221 Arkansas Street
Earle , AR 72331
(870) 792-8100
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Obituary for Margaret Owens

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
SUMMERVILLE Margaret Frances Owens, 92, died Saturday, June 23, 2012.Funeral was at 4 p.m. Monday, June 25, in the chapel of Earle Rainwater Funeral Home.Interment was in Little Sand Mountain Cemetery. (Chattanooga Press)

Myles Bendtsen — Rose Creek

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Rose Creek; children, Kathy Larson (Felix Lozano), St. Paul, Randy (Diane) Bendtsen, Peoria, Ill., Brad (Lorrie) Bendtsen, Peoria, Ill., Denise (Tom) Lewison, Rose Creek, Alane Bendtsen (Steve Searle), Owatonna, Les Bendtsen (Jim Newstrom), Minneapolis, Mary (Ross) Johnson, Rochester, Melanie (Brian) Worrall, Huron, S.D., Dean (Renae) Bendtsen, Rose Creek; siblings, Roma Samuelson, Austin, Ramona Peters, Austin, Alan (Carole) Bendtsen, Madison, Wis., DeWaldon (Trish) Bendtsen, Rochester, Kay (Curtis) Lewison, Adams, Gary (Barb) Bendtsen, Elkton, Karen (Russell) Anderson, Rose Creek, Karol (Jack) Blink, Rochester.He is preceded in death by his parents; sister, Marcine; daughter, Janel Gleason; grandson, Scotty.Special thanks to Ken Kroupa, whose kindness and friendship added greatly to Myles' last year. Also, we thank his devoted sisters and sister-in-law who gave him much time and love. Thanks also to the staff of Our House Memory Care, who never made him feel like a man with dementia — only a man with friends.A Funeral Mass will be celebrated 10 a.m. on Tuesday at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Rose Creek, with Father Thomas Loomis officiating. There will be a 6:30 p.m. wake service today, June 25, at Mayer Funeral Home, where friends may call from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friends may also call one hour before the service at the church on Tuesday. Interment will be in St. Peter's Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to St. Peter's Catholic Church. (Post Bulletin)

Mike Connell: End of the Underground Railroad - Port Huron Times Herald

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Beecher Stowe’s famed novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. “Mr. Thompson, a liberal minded and kindly man, was greatly respected as a teacher and preacher in the local church,” local historian Rosamonde H. Earle wrote in 1969. “Being an abolitionist in these pre-Civil War days, his house became a station in the Underground Railroad for slaves escaping over the river into Canada. But how many were sheltered by this good man has never been known.” «« »» ANOTHER HISTORIAN, Suzanne Wesbrook Frantz, is the undisputed local expert on Thompson. She wrote about him in “Whispers Along the River: The Underground Railroad in East China & St. Clair,” a monograph published by the St. Clair Museum in 2003. Frantz has explored the connection between Thompson and John Brown, the fearless abolitionist who was hanged in 1859 following his ill-fated raid on the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry in what is now West Virginia. Thompson was born in 1805, the same year 5-year-old Brown moved with his family to Hudson, Ohio. Brown’s first wife, Dianthe Lusk, also was f...

John Keith Miller - Oak Ridger

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
John Keith Miller, 84, a native of Tulsa, Okla., and a resident of Austin, Texas, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012.He was born on April 19, 1927, in Tulsa, the son of Earle T. Miller and Mable Davis Miller. After graduating from Tulsa Central High School, he served in the U.S. Navy and then entered Oklahoma University in Norman, Okla. In 1949, he married Mary Allen Hess. At O.U. he was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity and played on the O.U. men's basketball team. He received a B.S. in Business from O.U. in 1951. For the next decade, Miller worked in the oil...

Leta Margie Zirschky

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Joan, Robert, Dale, and Jon. Upon marriage, Leta also welcomed Betty Ann as a stepdaughter. Leta and John later divorced.She married Dearl Zirschky on Jan. 5, 1952. Leta and Dearl welcomed children Dearlene and twins Jane and Zane. Dearl brought three stepchildren to Leta; Mary, Ken, and Tom. Leta and Dearl together raised a total of 10 children on the ranch north of Moccasin. Along with farming and ranching, the family also owned and operated the Moccasin store for many years. Leta and Dearl later divorced. Leta spent several years working in Great Falls and in San Diego, Calif., and finally landed in Scobey as the school cook. Leta spent 15 years in Scobey before returning to Lewistown to enjoy her retirement years.Leta is survived by seven children, Joan (Guy) Driver, Robert (Audrey) Eckhardt, Dale (Melanie) Eckhardt, Jon (Denise) E... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Bingham Ray, Executive Who Championed Independent Films, Dies at 57

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Sundance Film Festival. Volatile and blunt, Mr. Ray championed stylized, intellectually challenging films, buying distribution rights to movies that few believed had a box-office prayer. “The words ‘fearless’ and ‘brave’ are tossed around a lot in our world, but that’s the only way to describe Bingham,” said Eamonn Bowles, the president of Magnolia Pictures. Mr. Ray helped create a business model in which art-house movies grew into a powerful economic and cultural force. He co-founded one of the first major indie distributors, October Films, in 1991, working with Jeff Lipsky in a house in suburban Los Angeles. October Films, along with Miramax Films and Sony Pictures Classics, was designed to snap up indie gems from festivals like Sundance and distribute them broadly, relying on guerrilla marketing campaigns and the Oscars to get them... (New York Times)

Dobbs put children in need first - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Fri, Jan 20, 2012
Bridge Web page set up by her family describe her as funny and direct, and someone who "didn't put up with nonsense." She was inclusive, she was committed to excellent care for children, and she was fearless, noted one tribute, adding: "I remember her chasing down the hall after a 6-foot-tall young man with autism. I asked her if she wanted me to help and she said no. She took care of it herself." In addition to her husband and two daughters, Dobbs is survived by four grandchildren. A memorial service is set for Jan. 28 in Colorado.

Leading From Hell and Back - Stephen M. Ross School of Business

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
Chrysler's portfolio. It's also due in part to Chrysler?s new executive team, most of whom came up from the lower ranks. "It took a fearless team to bring about such a remarkable result," Marchionne said. He told Ross students he doesn't see leadership as a theoretical idea. He judges leaders on the company's core principles— integrity, transparency, embracing competition, acting quickly and decisively, delivering on promises, leading people, leading change, crafting creative ability, and constantly rethinking one's approach. Within that framework, he gives talented executives some room to stretch and learn from mistakes. "When you surround yourself with incredibly talented people, you have to give them rope to go out there and explore," Marchionne said. "That's going to have hits and misses. You have to let them miss." Upon taking control of Chrysler, Marchionne concentrated on identifying high-potential talent who matched the leadership qualities he desired in a executive new team. One of those rising leaders, Barbara Pilarski, MBA '88, who joined Marchionne in addressing Ross students, was named vice president of business development for Chrysler in June 2009. A company veteran, she chose to stay when Chrysler offered buyouts to employees. "They were willing to pay us to leave, but I didn't want to leave," she said. "I felt I could make a difference." Pilarski said Chrysler's flat, leaner executive organization means her voice is heard, her span of responsibility is wide, and she can direct action. "That's rare," she said. Some results of the cultural shift became apparent when Chrysler aired a two-minute Super Bowl ad in February 2011, featuring rap artist Eminem and the new Chrysler 200. The commercial established Chrysler's "Imported from Detroit" tagline and announced the company was back and ready to fight. But the ad was a risk, Marchionne said. It was expensive and Chrysler had accepted government assistance. Detroiter Eminem, though popular, is a controversial figure and doesn't fit the profile of a mainstream product spokesman. Nobody had done a two-minute ad during the Super Bowl and the company had to ask the NFL and the network to delay the game's restart by 30 seconds. The ad, which celebrated Detroit as much as Chrysler and its new model, dominated post-game talk of Super Bowl commercials. The clip recently surpassed 21 million views on YouTube. Both edgy and uplifting, the ad showed Chrysler's team was "free from clich? and conventions" and embodied the concept of creative collaboration, Marchionne said. On the product side, Chrysler recently introduced the Dodge...

Patricia G. Widmer - Daily Herald

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Tad (Alicia) Widmer, Belgrade, MT; Linda (Randon) Morford, Saratoga Springs; Tim (Michael Gene) Widmer, Cardston, AB; 15 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and seven siblings: Alfred, Jerre, Earlene, Carolyn, Dayle, Rex and Ann. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, January 4, 2012 at 12:00 noon in the American Fork 38th Branch, 2433 West 450 South, Pleasant Grove where family and friends may attend a viewing two hours prior to services. Interment will be in the Genola Cemetery, 74 West 800 South, Genola under the direction of Olpin Family Mortuary, Pleasant Grove. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com ...

With gratitude, we remember the friends we lost in 2011 - SILive.com

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Tottenville High School program and transformed it into New York City’s preeminent PSAL baseball power. Here alphabetically are some others who had a positive impact on the sports community. Earlene Bethel-Sperling conducted and sponsored Staten Island Street Olympics more than three decades ago and then helped found the Staten Island Hurricanes youth football program. Paul Carinci could be billed as the father of the Staten Island Track and Field Championships, which was the equivalent of intramurals before he came on the scene. Carinci convinced the Knights of Columbus not only to sponsor the meet, but also to provide officials so the coaches could actually coach. "The K of C took over the sport in the 1960s, and the sport took off," said John Tobin, a member of the Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame for his coaching and leadership in track. Billy Davis, a 10th degree black belt and member of numerous martial arts halls of fame, used his jiu-jitsu centers to help kids take the right steps to trouble-free lives.Lou DeMartino, a manager and coach in the early days of the West Shore Little League, is a major reason the league exists today. Realizing the league’s days on Forest Avenue were numbered, he was one of the main players in the move to its present city-owned site on Walker Street in Elm Park.James Garcia coached CYO baseball at St. Clare’s, but his major legacy was helping to found the Great Kills Little League where he also coached.Phyllis Kolstad was an outstanding skater as a teenager, winning the Silv...




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