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BUIE Funeral Home
1301 South Rock Street
Sheridan , AR 72150
(870) 942-3231
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Memorial Gardens Funeral Home
2686 Highway 167 North
Sheridan , AR 72150
(870) 942-1306
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Theodore Mann, Off Broadway Producer, Dies at 87

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Quintero invited him to stay on as business manager of a Woodstock company, the Loft Players. An offshoot of that company, Circle in the Square, had its original home in a former nightclub in Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village. The theater opened in 1951 with “Dark of the Moon.” But it was “Summer and Smoke” the following year — starring the unknown Geraldine Page in a drama that had been a commercial disappointment on Broadway just three years earlier — that put the company on the map. “Nothing has happened for quite a long time as admirable as the new production at the Circle in the Square,” Brooks Atkinson wrote in The Times. When the original premises were demolished in 1960, the theater moved to a new location on Bleecker Street. After Quintero left the company, Mr. Mann in 1963 teamed up with Paul Libin, who became his co-producer on work that included classics, mid-century American drama and plays by emerging voices like Terrence McNally, Jules Feiffer and John Patrick Shanley. At the invitation of Mayor John V. Lindsay in 1972, Circle in the Square moved uptown into a new Broadway theater on 50th Street. The theater opened with Dewhurst in “Mourning Becomes Electra,” one of many productions directed by Mr. Mann, who returned frequently to the work of O’Neill and Williams. Circle in the Square ceased operating as a producing entity in the late 1990s, but its Broadway theater continues to carry its name. The Circle School continues, with about 200 students a year. Circle in the Square received a special Tony Award in 1976 for 25 continuous years of quality productions. Mr. Mann’s memoir, “Journey in the Night: Creating a New American Theatre With Circle in the Square,” was published in 2007. Mr. Mann was married in 1953 to the lyric soprano Patricia Brooks, who died in 1993. Besides his son Jonathan, he is survived by another son, Andrew, and five grandchildren. (New York Times)

Herschel R. Hoxworth ? Rochester

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
East in Rochester.Herschel was born to Ray and Erma (Diettreich) Hoxworth on Oct. 2, 1937, in Nodaway County, Mo. He spent his early years in Bedford, Iowa, Taylor County. He graduated high school in Sheridan, Mo., in 1955. Herschel served his country honorably in the United States Army from 1960 to 1961, where he was schooled in carpentry, battle indoctrination, code of conduct, military justice and the Geneva convention. He worked at Whitings in Rochester and then at Crenlo as a welder for 35 yea... (Post Bulletin)

Coaching paths from Furman, Clemson and Vandy come together - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Great Divide in the spring of 2010. The former Furman football coach and Clemson grad had been a career-long proponent of the Paladins approach to the game as developed by Coach Dick Sheridan and others. It relied on a quarterback that could run and make defenses guess along with a defensive approach that believed in a containment policy that forced opponents to execute flawlessly or pay the price. The Furman app...

Newark avenue named after a veteran of the Army of Northern Virginia - The Newark Advocate

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Peninsula Campaign. They were at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Bermuda Hundred, Five Forks and Salyers Creek, where he was captured April 6, 1865, by troops led by Somerset's Gen. Philip Sheridan. Henry received his medical degrees in 1868. Since his brother, Douglas, was still in Zanesville, he moved north to Licking County to set up practice. He married Mary Robinson, of Gratiot, in 1871. They purchased two lots in Brownsville in 1873, and in 1875 bought a farm in Avondale at Buckeye Lake. They also lived in Jacksontown as Henry's practice grew. They later moved to Newark. In a letter to his sister Eliza in Virginia, dated Oct. 15, 1902, Henry wrote, "We are getting in shape to turn a part of our eight acres here into town lots. Newark is extending out our way and beyond us. Our lots becoming more valuable every year, all (its) attractions here are out our way." On Aug. 9, 1905, the 24 lots of the Day Addition were added to the City of Newark. These lots made up what would be the east side of Day Avenue and were behind Dr. Day's house, which was on the corner of what is now West Main Street and Day Avenue. Henry served Newark as health official for six years and physician at the county infirmary for nine years, while still keeping his private practice at 6 1/2 W. Main St. He died at his home July 30, 1918, at the age of 79 and was buried outside Jacksontown in Fairmont Cemetery. In 1992, a Confederate marker was placed on his grave to remember his service to the Confederacy. Was the rebel reconstructed with his northern neighbors? His obituary dated July 31, 1918, reads: "It was characteristic of him that he gave unbounded charity and was never known to press t...

Decorated WWII vet O'Donnell, survivor of Normandy invasion, dies at 89 - Wisconsin State Journal

Sat, Nov 12, 2011
North Africa. He also was awarded the Bronze Star with cluster. And the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation's second-highest combat award, for "extraordinary heroism." An article in the Fort Sheridan Tower in 1951 noted he was the most decorated soldier at the Illinois base. He earned the award by killing nine enemy soldiers with his rifle and grenades as he and his squad withdrew during a German counterattack on June 10, 1944. His son, Jim, said he endured back operations and poor vision for the rest of his life from injuries suffered in infantry campaigns and battles in Africa, Sicily and Normandy and on into Germany. He stayed in after the war, and was sent to Japan and Korea. He and wife Rita raised six children — all born in different states — on Commonwealth Avenue in Madison. Jim said Wednesday that his dad was a library assistant at the Madison Public Library, working in the card catalogues. "He was a soft-spoken guy, a great dad," Jim O'Donnell said. "He didn't talk about his time in the war a lot. He always said he was no hero. He said the heroes were the ones who didn't make it back," he said. "I think of him as my hero." In his obituary, his family said Jack O'Donnell enjoyed writing poetry and considered sharing important. He liked baseball and a good joke. Apple pie and ice cream "brought him comfort on good days and bad." Jack O'Donnell's funeral will be private on Friday, Veterans Day.

Decorated WWII vet O'Donnell, survivor of Normandy invasion, dies at 89 - Wisconsin State Journal

Sat, Nov 12, 2011
North Africa. He also was awarded the Bronze Star with cluster. And the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation's second-highest combat award, for "extraordinary heroism." An article in the Fort Sheridan Tower in 1951 noted he was the most decorated soldier at the Illinois base. He earned the award by killing nine enemy soldiers with his rifle and grenades as he and his squad withdrew during a German counterattack on June 10, 1944. His son, Jim, said he endured back operations and poor vision for the rest of his life from injuries suffered in infantry campaigns and battles in Africa, Sicily and Normandy and on into Germany. He stayed in after the war, and was sent to Japan and Korea. He and wife Rita raised six children — all born in different states — on Commonwealth Avenue in Madison. Jim said Wednesday that his dad was a library assistant at the Madison Public Library, working in the card catalogues. "He was a soft-spoken guy, a great dad," Jim O'Donnell said. "He didn't talk about his time in the war a lot. He always said he was no hero. He said the heroes were the ones who didn't make it back," he said. "I think of him as my hero." In his obituary, his family said Jack O'Donnell enjoyed writing poetry and considered sharing important. He liked baseball and a good joke. Apple pie and ice cream "brought him comfort on good days and bad." Jack O'Donnell's funeral will be private on Friday, Veterans Day.

Deloris Patterson, 90, retired registered nurse

Mon, Oct 17, 2011
McCauley; and five brothers, Clayton Vaske, Kenneth Vaske, Herbert Vaske, James Vaske and William Vaske. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9:15 a. m. next Monday in St. Andrew Church, Sheridan Drive at Elmwood Avenue, Town of Tonawanda. (The Buffalo News)

Frank J. Schnurstein

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
He was well loved and revered by everyone who came to know him. Frank is survived by his wife, Diane, Winona; sister, Terri (Bill) Schulz, Sheridan, Ill.; other "family" members, Michal (Mark, Dan, Matt) Roskos, Winona, Dawn (Jim, Da Niece, Da Nephew) May, Winona, and Lori (Frank) Karli, Bend, Ore. He was preceded in death by his parents, Fire Captain Frank E. Schnurstein (who was killed in the line of duty) and Viola (Manak) Schnurstein. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church. The Rev. Thomas J. Hargesheimer will officiate. Following the Mass, the American Legion Leon J. Wetzel Post 9 will provide full military honors outside of the church. Visitation will be held from 6 until 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at Watkowski-Mulyck Funeral Home. Visitation will also be held at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, on Sunday, Oct. 16, from noon until 12:45 p.m. Pallbearers will be Mark Roskos, Jim May, Lee Wollenberg, Joe Pellicori, Frank Karli and Jack Cowan. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests that memorials be directed to Winona Area Hospice Services or Options Plus in Winona. Online condolences or memories may be left for Frank's family at www.watkowski-mulyck.com. Entrusted to our care - Watkowski-Mulyck Funeral Home. (Winona Daily News)

Mary Ann Dawson, elementary school teacher

Thu, Oct 6, 2011
College in 1968 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and earned her master’s degree from the University at Buffalo in 1970. She taught in the Kenmore- Town of Tonawanda School District at Sheridan Park Elementary School until her husband’s company transferred him to jobs in Minnesota, California and Idaho. Moving back to the Buffalo area with her family in 1984, she returned to the classroom the following year in the Hamburg Central School District, teaching at Union Pleasant Elementary School, Boston Valley Elementary School and Charlotte Avenue School. Active in St. Vincent de Paul Cath... (The Buffalo News)

Jeffrey E. Rosenthal, lithographer, business owner

Sun, Sep 18, 2011
United States and Canada. He is survived by his wife, Noreen; his son, Evan Pease; and his daughter, Kimberly. A funeral service will be offered at 7 p.m. Monday in Amigone Funeral Home, 5200 Sheridan Drive, Amherst. (The Buffalo News)




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