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Cromwell Funeral Home
600 East Saint Louis Street
Hamburg , AR 71646
(870) 853-5000
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Jones Hartshorn Funeral Home
302 East Lincoln Street
Hamburg , AR 71646
(870) 853-5252
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Local Obituaries and Funeral Notice News

Emma L. Galmbacher, 100, vaudeville performer

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Monday in St. Bernadette’s Church, 5930 S. Abbott Road, Orchard Park. It will be preceded by prayers at 9:20 a.m. from the Donald M. Demmerley Funeral Home Inc., 21 Pierce Ave., Hamburg. (The Buffalo News)

Elizabeth M. Wilson, 91, school board president

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
June 26, 1920—March 19, 2012 Elizabeth M. Wilson, of Eden, who served as president of the Hamburg Central School Board, died Monday in Buffalo General Medical Center. She was 91. Born Elizabeth Mannel in Waterbury, Mass., she earned a business degree in 1942 from Simmons College in Boston and moved with her husband to Hamburg in 1947. She had been an Eden resident since 1972. Mrs. Wilson was a member and president of the Hamburg School Board and for many years was a district representa... (The Buffalo News)

Sister Mary Alice Winiarski, longtime educator

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Nov. 10, 1927—Feb. 26, 2012 Sister Mary Alice Winiarski, a Franciscan nun who ministered in the field of education for 56 years, died Sunday in the Colette Hilbert Care Community, Hamburg. She was 84. Born Alice Winiarski in Milwaukee, she entered the Congregation of Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph and professed her final vows July 16, 1951. Sister Alice received her bachelor’s degree in education from Mercy College in Detroit and her master’s degree from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. She either taught or served as a principal at Catholic schools in Detroit; Ke... (The Buffalo News)

Yes, it was invented in Pasadena! Probably. - Pasadena Sun

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
High school friends Alex Berger, 16, and Samantha Schmitt, 16, bite into… January 13, 2012By Joe Piasecki Fire. The wheel. A hamburger with cheese. Pasadena is staking its claim Sunday as the birthplace of one of mankind’s greatest discoveries with the launch of Pasadena Cheeseburger Week, a Chamber of Commerce event promoting area restaurants. Legend has it that teenage short-order cook Lionel Clark Sternberger invented the cheeseburger one fateful day in the mid-1920s at a restaurant called “The Rite Spot” on Colorado...

Elizabeth 'Betty' Nelson — Austin

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Harley Nelson at Queen of Angels Catholic Church on Nov. 27, 1947. Together they raised nine children.Homemaking kept her very busy and fostered her creative spirit. She could make a pound of hamburger into a gourmet meal or produce a pound of fudge for the Queen’s carnival on a moment’s notice. Betty enjoyed gardening and hanging clean laundry on her clothesline.Throughout her life she remained actively engaged in the Austin community and especially Queen of Angels Parish. She enjoyed lunches with high school friends from St. A’s class of ’45, and always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. She was adored by her 12 grandchildren.Betty is survived by her husband of 64 years, H... (Post Bulletin)

Bernadine M. Stiller, 93, retired teacher

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
D’Youville, as well as a master’s degree from Canisius College. Afterward, she began a 20- year career as a business teacher at Immaculata Academy in Hamburg. She retired in 1989. Mrs. Stiller was a parishioner at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Lakeview for more than 50 years. Her husband of 58 years died in 1999. She is survived by three sons, Robert A., Lawrence F. and Richard R; three daughters, Judith Kemmer, Kathleen Stiller-DeVaul and Jane Sheperd; and a sister, Julie Koestler. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10:30 a. m. Monday in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 2052 Lake View Ave., Lakeview. (The Buffalo News)

Kim Geun-tae, South Korean Democracy Activist, Dies

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
In 1987, while still in prison, Mr. Kim received the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award. In the following year, he was recognized as the World Conscientious Prisoner for Political Reasons by the Hamburg Freedom Foundation. He was released in 1988 by a pardon that the government of President Roh Tae-woo granted as part of its efforts to burnish its international image. That year, the country played host to the Seoul Summer Olympics. “Mr. Kim was the living witness to democratization of South Korea; he himself was the history of democracy,” Oh Jong-sik, spokesman of the main opposition Democratic Unity Party, said in a statement. Mr. Kim joined a campaign against military dictatorship after entering Seoul National University in 1965. In the following three decades, he was one of the military government’s most wanted and elusive dissidents. When alive, Mr. Kim was a walking symbol of the personal sacrifices the South Korean dissidents had to endure at the hands of torture experts employed by past military dictatorships. After emerging from the torture chamber, he could only speak and walk slowly. He has said he could never lie at a dentist’s table because he was reminded of a torture panel. “When I faced the shadow of death, I determined that I... (New York Times)

Juanita 'Mickey' Torgerson — Albert Lea

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
She enjoyed traveling, fishing and reading. She was known as the “Chili Lady” for the many gallons of her famous hamburger chili she made throughout the years for The Glenville United Methodist Church and The Albert Lea Order of the Eagles.She was a proud member of Albert Lea’s Camper Club, Order of the Eagles, United Methodist Church Women, and she volunteered tirelessly for Senior Services and RSVP.Mickey worked in a variety of jobs in Albert Lea throughout the years to support her family. She was a notable cook.Her passing has left a deep void in the lives of her family and many friends. It’s hard to overstate the number of lives she touched. Her dedication to helping others, and the strength of her faith, even in the face of her recent struggles, serve as an example to all those she leaves behind. Mickey will be remembered by the life she lived for Christ, the example she provided for many and her faith, humor, patience, good nature and self-sacrifice.She is survived by daughter, Sharyn Voss (Robert), Rochester; son, Larry Torgerson (Joy), Kansas City, Mo., sister Erawanda King (Marvin), Louisville, Ky, brothers Leister Bowling (Marge), Seymore, Mo., Donald Bowling (Mary), Poole, Ky., and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.She was preceded in death by her husband, Ervin A. Torgerson; her parents, Burley B. and Martha Bowling; brothers Blaine, Jimmy Bryan, Wesley, John; and sister Janet Ruth.Memorials on Mickey’s behalf can be made to organizations which help fight cancer and heart disease. (Post Bulletin)

Jack E. Noel Sr., insurance investigator, volunteer

Sun, Dec 4, 2011
Jack E. Noel Sr., a longtime Derby resident, died Wednesday after a two-month decline, in Elder- Wood Health Care at Lakewood in Hamburg. He was 88. Noel was born in Buffalo, and attended city public schools. He graduated from Mc- Kinley High School. He also attended Bryant&Stratton. He trained as a machine shop apprentice. In 1943, he joined the Army Air Forces, and was a side gunner onaB-29, seeing action in Guam. During one mission, family members said, his plane was damaged and he had to land on Iwo Jima while Marin... (The Buffalo News)

Obituary for George Thacker

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
Paul Thacker.Preceding him in death was his granddaughter, Shannon Anderson.A Memorial Farewell will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Borek Jennings Funeral Home, Hamburg Chapel. The family will gather with friends 1 hour before the service. (Chattanooga Press)

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