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509 North Gaskill Street
Huntsville , AR 72740
(479) 738-2123
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Obituary for Elliott Henning

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
HENAGAR Elliott Brett Henning, 52, died Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012, at Huntsville Hospital from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.Ms. Henning was preceded in death by his mother, Ramona Pearl Raymond Henning and brother, Maxwell Bushkofsky.Survivors include, wife, Kim Dodge Henning; daughter, Jessica Fox; son, Axel Henning; stepsons, Arthur Souza and Adam Souza; grandchildren, Domnique, Arthur, Emily and Gracelind; father, William Edward Henry Henning; brot... (Chattanooga Press)

GSP pushing for cargo traffic as well as passenger traffic - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Garner said. The equipment was needed to allow GSP to compete with airports, including those in Atlanta, Charlotte and Huntsville, Ala., which were gaining Upstate air cargo business. “That didn’t bode well for us,” he said, adding the Aviation Services Group initially began in 2001 and was re-organized in 2011. “We’re not taking businesses away from FedEx or UPS,” Garner said, adding that the airport and the dedicated freight handlers are partners in the cargo business. “This is new freight. We are taking it away from Atlanta, Charlotte, Huntsville.” Cargo tonnage jumped appreciably in 2011, he said, with more than 250 operations during the year. The next most active year was 2007, with slightly less than 100 operations during the year. Garner attributed the jump to an improving economic recover, the arrival of Southwest Airlines into the Upstate market and the airport’s move to enhance its cargo handling capabilities. The airport can handle just about any cargo plane that would fly in with a 1,001-foot-long runway. The runway was extended at the behest of BMW Group when the company announced its South Carolina plant in 1992. (Page 2 of 2) World air cargo is expected to grow between 5 percent and 6 percent a year over the next 20 years, he told the GSP commissioners. And the outlook for GSP is favorable. The airport is in the midst of a manufactu...

Warriors' Hince is truck stop treasure - Greenville News

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
He came in and made some real nice plays for us.” Hince said he was with the Ice Bears in Huntsville, Ala., when Knoxville coach Mike Craigen told him Greenville “wants you to play a couple of games this weekend.” “I said, ‘Yeah, if I get a chance to play at the next level for sure I want to go,’ ” said Hince, in his third pro season. “I’d already turned down a couple of emergency backup roles, which I’m not too fond of. To get a chance to play for Greenville was great, and I accepted right away.” (Page 2 of 2) Many of his new teammates were asleep when the Kapuskasing, Ontario, native got on the Road Warriors’ bus. “We stopped at a Cracker Barrel somewhere in Lexington (Ky.) -- I’m not too sure. We woke up, we were eating breakfast and I met a couple of guys who were sitting with me at the table. “Everybody’s kind of saying, ‘Who’s this new guy?’ ” “Some guys were talking how we had picked up a guy on the bus trip at night and they were having breakfast with him,” said Brandon Wong, a Road Warriors forward. “I hadn’t even seen him yet. I met him that next morning. “He’s stepped in and he’s working hard,” Wong said. “He’s focused and he’s shown that he wants to be here. Hats off to him; he’s playing well right now.” Hince said he didn’t receive much personalized attention from Stork prior to his ECHL debut. “Actually he just kind of threw me in there,” Hince said. “He just did his regular video like he does prior to games -- working on systems and what-not. I just jumped on the pregame skate and the next thing I was playing in the game.” Hince stopped 22 of 24 shots as the Road Warriors beat Chicago in overtime, 3-2, on Dec. 31. He followed that with 27 saves in a 4-1 victory at Toledo on Saturday. “It was pretty neat being in Chicago playing,” Hince said...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, TX. He went on to receive a degree in Sociology from Trinity University, San Antonio, TX; perform graduate work with Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX; and graduate from the Harvard University Senior Management Institute.Mr. Newton was the son of Fred A. and Oleta H. Newton II. His father was a railroad engineer for many years and his mother owned and operated Oleta’s Beauty Shop for over twenty years in Ennis. He is survived by his wife, also an Ennis native, the former Dolores A. Holt, and several in-laws and their families: James Randall and Donna Holt and son Matthew of Dallas; Wanda Holt of La Luz, NM; Tim and Karen Holt of La Luz, NM; Jorene Turner of Dallas and daughter Renee and her husband Cesare DeVolio and their son Eliot of Rotterdam, Netherlands; Judy and Kenneth Isom of Ennis and their children Raymond and his wife Lola and daughter Evie of McKinney, TX; Jessica and her husband Michael Kelleher and their children Joseph and Isabella of Ashburn, VA; Jasmine and her husband Robert Newman and their children Connor and McKinnley of Ennis; Joyce and David Macalik of Ennis; Lisa and Larry Jakubik and their daughter Natalie of Bristol, TX, and son Russell and his wife Megan Jakubik of Ennis. He is also survived by several cousins, among them, Ray and Joyce Barton of San Diego, CA; Keith and Kelley Barton of Springfield, VA; Sally and Jeffrey Weido of Houston, TX; Susan Crews Bailey of Austin, TX, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newton of Lawrence, KS.There will be a memorial service held on Satuday, December 10, 2011, at J. E. Keever Mortuary in Ennis. Visitation will be from 1 – 2 p.m., with the service to follow. Mr. Newton will be buried in the Newton Family plot, at Myrtle Cemetery in Ennis, Texas.Donations in memory of Fred A. Newton III, may be made to one of the following: the Wounded Warriors; the Shriners Hospital for Children; or Evercare Hospice of Alexandria, Virginia. Posted by publisher on Dec 7 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 ...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, TX. He went on to receive a degree in Sociology from Trinity University, San Antonio, TX; perform graduate work with Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX; and graduate from the Harvard University Senior Management Institute.Mr. Newton was the son of Fred A. and Oleta H. Newton II. His father was a railroad engineer for many years and his mother owned and operated Oleta’s Beauty Shop for over twenty years in Ennis. He is survived by his wife, also an Ennis native, the former Dolores A. Holt, and several in-laws and their families: James Randall and Donna Holt and son Matthew of Dallas; Wanda Holt of La Luz, NM; Tim and Karen Holt of La Luz, NM; Jorene Turner of Dallas and daughter Renee and her husband Cesare DeVolio and their son Eliot of Rotterdam, Netherlands; Judy and Kenneth Isom of Ennis and their children Raymond and his wife Lola and daughter Evie of McKinney, TX; Jessica and her husband Michael Kelleher and their children Joseph and Isabella of Ashburn, VA; Jasmine and her husband Robert Newman and their children Connor and McKinnley of Ennis; Joyce and David Macalik of Ennis; Lisa and Larry Jakubik and their daughter Natalie of Bristol, TX, and son Russell and his wife Megan Jakubik of Ennis. He is also survived by several cousins, among them, Ray and Joyce Barton of San Diego, CA; Keith and Kelley Barton of Springfield, VA; Sally and Jeffrey Weido of Houston, TX; Susan Crews Bailey of Austin, TX, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newton of Lawrence, KS.There will be a memorial service held on Satuday, December 10, 2011, at J. E. Keever Mortuary in Ennis. Visitation will be from 1 – 2 p.m., with the service to follow. Mr. Newton will be buried in the Newton Family plot, at Myrtle Cemetery in Ennis, Texas.Donations in memory of Fred A. Newton III, may be made to one of the following: the Wounded Warriors; the Shriners Hospital for Children; or Evercare Hospice of Alexandria, Virginia. Posted by publisher on Dec 7 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 ...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, TX. He went on to receive a degree in Sociology from Trinity University, San Antonio, TX; perform graduate work with Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX; and graduate from the Harvard University Senior Management Institute.Mr. Newton was the son of Fred A. and Oleta H. Newton II. His father was a railroad engineer for many years and his mother owned and operated Oleta’s Beauty Shop for over twenty years in Ennis. He is survived by his wife, also an Ennis native, the former Dolores A. Holt, and several in-laws and their families: James Randall and Donna Holt and son Matthew of Dallas; Wanda Holt of La Luz, NM; Tim and Karen Holt of La Luz, NM; Jorene Turner of Dallas and daughter Renee and her husband Cesare DeVolio and their son Eliot of Rotterdam, Netherlands; Judy and Kenneth Isom of Ennis and their children Raymond and his wife Lola and daughter Evie of McKinney, TX; Jessica and her husband Michael Kelleher and their children Joseph and Isabella of Ashburn, VA; Jasmine and her husband Robert Newman and their children Connor and McKinnley of Ennis; Joyce and David Macalik of Ennis; Lisa and Larry Jakubik and their daughter Natalie of Bristol, TX, and son Russell and his wife Megan Jakubik of Ennis. He is also survived by several cousins, among them, Ray and Joyce Barton of San Diego, CA; Keith and Kelley Barton of Springfield, VA; Sally and Jeffrey Weido of Houston, TX; Susan Crews Bailey of Austin, TX, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newton of Lawrence, KS.There will be a memorial service held on Satuday, December 10, 2011, at J. E. Keever Mortuary in Ennis. Visitation will be from 1 – 2 p.m., with the service to follow. Mr. Newton will be buried in the Newton Family plot, at Myrtle Cemetery in Ennis, Texas.Donations in memory of Fred A. Newton III, may be made to one of the following: the Wounded Warriors; the Shriners Hospital for Children; or Evercare Hospice of Alexandria, Virginia. Posted by publisher on Dec 7 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 ...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, TX. He went on to receive a degree in Sociology from Trinity University, San Antonio, TX; perform graduate work with Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX; and graduate from the Harvard University Senior Management Institute.Mr. Newton was the son of Fred A. and Oleta H. Newton II. His father was a railroad engineer for many years and his mother owned and operated Oleta’s Beauty Shop for over twenty years in Ennis. He is survived by his wife, also an Ennis native, the former Dolores A. Holt, and several in-laws and their families: James Randall and Donna Holt and son Matthew of Dallas; Wanda Holt of La Luz, NM; Tim and Karen Holt of La Luz, NM; Jorene Turner of Dallas and daughter Renee and her husband Cesare DeVolio and their son Eliot of Rotterdam, Netherlands; Judy and Kenneth Isom of Ennis and their children Raymond and his wife Lola and daughter Evie of McKinney, TX; Jessica and her husband Michael Kelleher and their children Joseph and Isabella of Ashburn, VA; Jasmine and her husband Robert Newman and their children Connor and McKinnley of Ennis; Joyce and David Macalik of Ennis; Lisa and Larry Jakubik and their daughter Natalie of Bristol, TX, and son Russell and his wife Megan Jakubik of Ennis. He is also survived by several cousins, among them, Ray and Joyce Barton of San Diego, CA; Keith and Kelley Barton of Springfield, VA; Sally and Jeffrey Weido of Houston, TX; Susan Crews Bailey of Austin, TX, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newton of Lawrence, KS.There will be a memorial service held on Satuday, December 10, 2011, at J. E. Keever Mortuary in Ennis. Visitation will be from 1 – 2 p.m., with the service to follow. Mr. Newton will be buried in the Newton Family plot, at Myrtle Cemetery in Ennis, Texas.Donations in memory of Fred A. Newton III, may be made to one of the following: the Wounded Warriors; the Shriners Hospital for Children; or Evercare Hospice of Alexandria, Virginia. Posted by publisher on Dec 7 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 ...

al.com Launches New iPad App for Local Alabama News, Weather, Sports and More - DigitalJournal.com (press release)

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
FREE iPad app with real-time local news, sports, entertainment, business, and opinion articles, photos and classifieds—powered by The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Press-Register. The al.com iPad app is available in the iTunes App Store. The iPad app joins a growing number of mobile products including al.com’s mobile site, iPhone and Android apps as well as al.com’s High School app which features high school game scores and stats ...

The Salt Lake Tribune - Android Apps

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
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The Salt Lake Tribune - Android Apps

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
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