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Martin Funeral Home

Martin Funeral Home
108 South Seba Scott Avenue
Mansfield, AR
Phone: (479) 928-4433
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Richard “Dick” Laurence Barber - Richmond County Daily Journal

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Barber and wife Hazel of Tolland CT; sister, Pam and husband Ron Garner of Deep River CT; nephews, Brent Barber and Doug Garner of CT; and nieces, Kelly Barber and Jen Garner of CT. He grew up in Mansfield Hollow, CT. He graduated from Windham High School and later from the University of Connecticut where he majored in Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering. He served his country for 6 years in the CT Army National Guard and qualified as an expert marksman in Rifle, Pistol and the 81mm mortar. He worked in the mining and minerals processing industry for 38 years. He worked with The Feldspar Corporation for 26 years and served on their board of directors. While at Feldspar he served as president and director of the North Carolina Mining Association along with several other boards and organizations including the, NCSU Minerals Research Lab Advisory Board and the NC Geological Survey Advisory Board. He later finished his career at WR Bonsal in Lilesville, NC. After his retirement in the mining industry, he worked as a consultant where he was a well respected and trusted resource in his field. He was active in the community and enjoyed volunteering his time to help others. While in Spruce Pine, He was an active member at St Luciens Catholic Church and was a member of the Church Council. He served on the Mitchell County Economic Development Commission and a member of the Blue Ridge Hospital System Board of Directors. In Rockingham, He was an active member of St. James Catholic Church and was on the parish council. He was also Vice President of t...

MEMORIES: 25 years ago - Marion County Record

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
She is the musician honored in this week’s series of those providing music for various churches in the area. Obituaries in this issue include that of Harold Mansfield Hauser, 80, better known as “Dutch.” Hauser died Feb. 9 at St. Luke Hospital, having been in failing health for several months. This issue contains the first part of a history of Peabody written by Sandy Totten, Wichita State University student in Journalism. The story is an assignment given Totten by Professor Les Anderson. Lory Postoak has been assigned to write a similar story on the history of Marion.

Now that Christmas has come and gone and all the presents have been opened ... - Shreveport Times

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
White Temple COGIC, Shreveport; burial in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, Shreveport; arrangements by J.S. Williams Funeral Home, Shreveport. DeSoto Parish Carter, Eva McMillon, 78, of Mansfield, died Dec. 30; services at 1 p.m. today at Keatchie Church of God in Christ, Keatchie; burial in Charity Chapel Cemetery, Keatchie; arrangements by Jenkins Funeral Home, Mansfield. Randolph, Joel Andrew Sr., 84, of Keatchie, died Wednesday; services at noon today at Rose-Neath Funeral Home, Shreveport; burial in Mitchell Cemetery, Converse. Jackson Parish Pullin, Ginger Hathaway, 60, of Jonesboro, died Thursday; services at 2 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church, Jonesboro; burial in Gayla Traina Cemetery, Jonesboro; arrangements by Edmonds Funeral Home, Jonesboro. Sabine Parish Dortch, James, 57, of Zwolle, died Thursday; visitation from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Hawthorn Funeral Home, Carthage, Texas. Holden, Roosevelt, 71, of Many, died Dec. 27; services at 2 p.m. today at Antioch Baptist Church, Negreet; burial in Negreet Cemetery, Negreet; arrangements by Jenkins Funeral Home, Many. Layfield, Sandra Gibson, 72, of Florien, died Thursday; services at 3 p.m. today at Prospect Methodist Church, Florien; burial in church cemetery; arrangements by Warren Meadows Funeral Home, Many. Webster Parish Coleman, Nancy, 71, of Springhill, died Dec. 31; services at 11 a.m. today at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Springhill; burial in Old Shongaloo Cemetery, Shongaloo; arrangements by Memorial Funeral Home, Cullen. Davis, Phyllis Harris, 54, of Cullen, died Wednesday; services at 2:30 p.m. today at Hopewell Baptist Church, Cotton Valley; burial in Hendrix Cemetery, Cotton Valley; arrangements by Memorial Funeral Home, Cullen. Harrison County, Texas Fletcher, Nathaniel Lee Sr., of Waskom, Texas, died Dec. 29; services at 2 p.m. today at Downs Funeral Home, Marshall, Texas; burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Panola County. Herz, Laurie Ann, of Marshall, Texas, died...

Obituary for Mildred Mondl

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Mondl, of Duluth, Ga., and Theresa (Corky) Coker, of Chattanooga; she is also survived by eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be led by the Rev. Bill Heaton, of Mansfield, Ohio, at the North Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, 5401 Highway 153 at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. There will be visitation from 9 a.m. until the service at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be at the National Cemetery.The family would like to offer its sincere gratitude to the staff at Morning Pointe Assisted Living, the caregivers of Amedisys Hospice, caregivers Ann, Pat and Margo for their wonderful compassion and care. In lieu of flowers, contributions are encouraged to be made to the Alzheimer's Association 7625 Hamilton Park Drive #22, Chattanooga, TN 37421 or Amedisys Hospice 7161 Lee Highway Suite 400, Chattanooga, TN 37421.Arrangements are by the North Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory and Florist, 5401 Highway 153, Hixson, TN 37343. Please share your thoughts and memories at www.chattanooganorthchapel.com. (Chattanooga Press)

Medfield's Most Despicable Character - Patch.com

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Harvey testified that they robbed the Needham Depot, had broken into a dry goods store in Weymouth where they stole a lot of canvas cloth as well as money and that they had robbed a safe in Mansfield. Harvey and Stain’s son Charlie further testified that David Stain was also responsible for another murder, that of Horatio Messenger of Norfolk. According to Harvey: “They seized Messenger and demanded him to tell them where his little hoard of money was secreted. He refused to divulge its hiding place, whereupon they beat him terribly, gagged him and bound him with rope to his bed. They proceeded to search the house for the money, and at last found about $1,800. They then went away, and in the morning the old man was found dead, gagged and bound, and everything in the house was turned upside down.” In 1876, both the hat factory on North Street and the Second Congregational Church (today the United Church of Christ) burnt to the ground. Harvey testified that it was David Stain who torched both buildings in revenge for the minister and hat factory owner speaking out against him terrorizing the town.  With the testimony from Charlie Stain and John Harvey, David Stain and his son-in-law Oliver Cromwell Smith were charged with the murder of Bank Treasurer J. Wilson Barron. Despite Medfield testimony that contradicted Harvey’s statements, especially concerning the burning of the church and hat factory, and eye-witness accounts placing David Stain in Medfield on the day of the Barron murder, the Maine jury found them guilty. In 1888, the two were sent to the Maine State Prison at Thomaston. They appealed the decision but it was denied.  John Harvey died in 1890 and 10 years late in 1900, David Stain’s son Charlie, serving time himself in prison, changed his story and told authorities that he and Harvey had fabricated the entire story. He was feeling guilty and needed to confess. The reason for the lie was perhaps to shift the blame to make David Stain look guilty and take pressure off crimes perhaps committed by themselves. Further testimony stated that David Stain and Oliver Cromwell Smith were not involved in the many other local accusations, including the Messenger murder in Norfolk. After 13 years in prison, with the new evidence, the two were pardoned on Dec. 31, 1900 by Governor Powers of Maine. By Charlie’s account he and Harvey were in fact liars. The following obituary was written about John Harvey and appeared in the newspaper when he died in October of 1890: “Of John F. Harvey who died of heart failure at the Massachusetts General Hospital, it can truly be said, his was a wasted life. His epitaph should be “unwept, un-honored and unsung.” He had a  roving disposition and longing for adventure, and it is no wonder that he became a pirate and a slaver, and finally a burglar and common thief…As a member of the 59th Mass Regiment, he was specially commended for valor and daring, yet he spoiled it all by deserting just before the army was mustered out. Having a fair education and being well read, he applied himself to the study of ways and means of getting a living without work. And it must be allowed that he succeeded admirably, but at the expense of reputation and everything else that people hold dear. His remains were placed in the family lot in Vine Lake Cemetery, Medfield and, by his own request, his relatives were not notified and no service was held. We do not think that the last part of this request should have been complied with. It was heathenish. One of our pastors should have been asked to read the Scripture and offer prayer.”  John F. Harvey lies today in an unmarked grave in the Harvey family plot in Vine Lake Cemetery that over looks Main Street (Rte. 109). At the time of his death, there was no service, no one was present during the burial except th...

Annabelle Lyon, Dancer With Balanchine, Dies at 95

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Annabelle Lyon, an American ballerina who danced with some of the most important companies in the formative years of 20th-century American ballet, died on Nov. 4 at her home in Mansfield, Mass. She was 95. Louis Mélançon Annabelle Lyon with Dimitri Romanoff in 1941. Breaking news about the arts, coverage of live events, critical reviews, multimedia and more. A sortable calendar of noteworthy cultural events in the New York region, selected by Times critics. Her death was confirmed by her son, Joshua Borah. Ms. Lyon joined the American Ballet, George Balan... (New York Times)

Lloyd Nathaniel Buck (PAINESVILLE, TWP, Ohio) - The Augusta Chronicle

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
He was part of the Ohio University basketball team that reached the final 8 in the 1963-64 season. Lloyd was a basketball coach for high schools in Mansfield and Ashtabula Harbor for 6 years. He then became a Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1971-1994. His assigned offices were Memphis, TN, Augusta, GA, Cleveland and Painesville, OH, were he was the Senior Resident Agent. He worked for the Background Investigative Service-BICS-Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1996 until the present. He also worked for the Lake County Prosecutors Office and BASIC Group Ltd, as an investigator for 10 years. He was chief investigator from 1996 - 2000. Lloyd was Foreman of the Lake County Grand Jury in 1995. Mr. Buck was a member of Lake County Chiefs of Police Associate Member, Federal Bureau of Investigation Retired Agents Association, and charter member of the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame Museum. Survivors include his Wife of 47 years: Virpi "Vi" Buck, Daughter; Kelly Jerry of Concord, ...

Vivian A. Arneson

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Buffalo County Homemaker Extension Club. Vivian is survived by five children, Jim H. (Shirley) Arneson, Springfield, Mo.; Stanley (Nancy) Arneson, Mansfield, Texas; Mark (Sandy) Arneson, Nevada, Mo.; Debra (Robert) Olson, Washburn, Wis.; and Kathy (Robert) Richer, Ham Lake, Minn.; nine grandchildren, Aaron K., Laura, Katie, Allie, Andrew and Becky Arneson; Jason Kennemer; Brett and Connor Olson; a brother Melvin "Toby" Beardmore, Caledonia, Minn.; and other relatives. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; two brothers, Calvin and Howard; three sisters, Cecil Goodell, Edna Dubay and Ruby Senn. Services to remember Vivian will be 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 17, at St. John's United Church of Christ, Fountain City, with Rev. Greg Ferriss officiating. Interment will be at Fountain City Public Cemetery, Fountain City, at a later date. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. until the time of service at the church. Casket bearers will be Vivian's grandchildren. Memorials may be d... (Winona Daily News)

Former Gov. Claude Kirk dead - The Ledger

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Martin Dyckman wrote in the St. Petersburg Times. And William Mansfield, writing in the Miami Herald, noted that the governor's war on crime failed, by everyone's judgment. "And yet, the very effort so embarrassed lawmakers that they created Florida's first real statewide crime fighting force." As for reapportionment, the governor supported it, "but told lawmakers to ignore court pressure and enact their own plan," Mansfield said. "They did, and in the end the court reapportioned." Gov. Kirk was married three times, twice to the same woman. In 1947 he married Sarah Stokes, the daughter of an Alabama automobile dealer. They met while attending the University of Alabama. Divorced in 1950, they remarried the following year. The second marriage ended in divorce in 1966. He met his second wife, the former Erika Mattfeld, in Brazil, where she was working as a model and television actress. They were married in February 1967, about a month after his inauguration as governor. Some information in this obituary came from Current Biography.




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