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Anaheim Cemetery
1400 East Sycamore Street
Anaheim , CA 92805
(714) 535-4928
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Backs Kaulbars Baggott and Schacht
1617 West La Palma Avenue
Anaheim , CA 92801
(714) 776-1600
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Backs Kaulbars Baggott and Schacht Anaheim Mortuary
2425 West Lincoln Avenue
Anaheim , CA 92801
(714) 828-6440
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Daly Timothy E Pierce Brothers DAL
2425 West Lincoln Avenue
Anaheim , CA 92801
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Surviving the Apocalypse, the Best Unis in Hockey, and the Peyton Manning Drama - ESPN

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
How bad are those "BOLTS" third jerseys, though?) 3. Philadelphia Flyers. (Pains me to say it.) 2. New York Rangers. (OK, now I feel better.) 1. Anaheim Ducks. (Just kidding — good god, those are awful. Bring back the Wild Wing!) 1. Detroit Red Wings (I love them with the red pants, it's fittingly Soviet.) If you like this sort of thing, check out the NHL Uniform Database and Hockey By Design for more on sweaters and logos. The one thing currently missing from the NHL, really, is a team clad in some good old college-style Kelly green. Miss you, pre-1992 Hartford Whalers. Miss you every day. Am I the only person upset that the Peyton Manning sweepstakes has ended? I was looking forward to at least a few more weeks of aerial footage of Manning getting into and out of SUV's. — Ian F. I was sad at first, too, but I've since been cheered up by the hilarious (if fleeting) prospect of the New York Jets going after Tim Tebow. This New York Times article on the subject is an absolute joy, from the headline, which could not possibly be any less diluted ("Jets Said to Show Interest in Making Room for Tebow") to the photo choice, to the obituary-like description of Tebow as "the polarizing cross-cultural phenomenon made expendable when Denver signed Peyton Manning," to the earnest quoting of Antonio Cromartie's Twitter post ("we straight") to the sentence "Their interest in Tebow is sincere and legitimate," which sounds like something you'd say while asking for someone's daughter's hand in marriage. Man, I so hope this happens. My interest in Tebow to the Jets is sincere and legitimate. (UPDATE: Praise Jesus!!!!!!!!) Have you been watching this show Doomsday Preppers on the National Geographic channel? I already had a small flame of paranoia burning in my psyche but this show is like opening up a fire hose of gasoline onto that flame. It freaks me out. Doesn't everyone wonder if they could hack it in an apocalypse scenario? Or is that just me? Some twisted part of me wonders how long I would survive. — Noah C. Oh no, it's not just you: I think about that all the time, particularly now that I've seen Contagion and The Walking Dead and read World War Z and Zone One and The Hunger Games. Uplifting stuff! Questions I ask myself related to "hacking it in an apocalypse scenario" range from "Would I be able to seduce some doctor into slipping me the vaccine, nudge nudge?" (maybe; woul...

Howard Richardson led Memphis unions, worked behind the scenes

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Mr. Richardson leaves two other daughters, Karen Swan of Detroit and Maryam Husain of Chicago, and a son, Howard R. Richardson Jr. of Memphis; a sister, Mamie Eldridge of Anaheim, Calif., and three brothers, Curtis Richardson of Detroit, F.C. Richardson of Merrillville, Ind., and Raymond Richardson of Nashville. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. Thursday at Mt. Olive Cathedral CME with funeral at noon and burial in New Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. J.O. Patterson Mortuary has charge. (The Commercial Appeal)

Saturday reports of Paterno's death proved premature - Globe and Mail

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Winter Olympics. To many, it doesn’t get much better than that. But as Burke discovered, that notoriety comes with a price tag. Moving van Wondering why CBC chose the Anaheim Ducks and Ottawa Senators game on Saturday afternoon over the terrific 4-3 Vancouver Canucks win over the San Jose Sharks played at the same time? Why wouldn’t the Corp. want the game in the larger market and with the Western Conference leaders? Or how about the Boston Canucks-Vancouver instant classic two Saturdays ago? Both were carried on Sportsnet Pacific. Well, Hockey Night in Canada has the rights to 14 Canucks games with the option for one other this season. When the schedule was drawn up, Hockey Night opted for more Saturday night games to fill out its doubleheaders. Why? Probably because you can charge advertisers more for the night games than afternoon games. Canucks general manager Mike Gillis, who’s had his disagreements with Hockey Night in the past, shrugged off the choice. “We have a good partner in Sportsnet,” he told Usual Suspects. “We got a record rating for the Boston game. We have no desire to be Canada’s team. We’ll leave that to Toronto. We belong to Vancouver and B.C.” Nails on blackboard First, why would you have Steven Tyler of Aerosmith butcher the Star-Spangled Banner before the American Football Conference Championship game? Second, why was CBS featuring a guy who’s a star on rival Fox juggernaut, American Idol? And third, see No. 1 above. Just askin’. Finally, bless former NFL referee Mike Pereira, who now works for Fox TV. While everyone covering the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots game for rival CBS missed Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski getting both feet in on an important play in the first half, Pereira immediately jumped on it, saying it should be reviewed. While the video was clear that Gronkowski's catch was good, CBS never said boo even when the replay ran.

Marty Springstead, 74, Managers’ Bane as A.L. Umpire

Fri, Jan 20, 2012
He also encouraged them to look after their lives away from baseball, perhaps remembering that he was working on second base in Anaheim, Calif., the day his son was born in 1975. He learned about it from a congratulatory message flashed on the scoreboard. “He met me where I was at, took the things I was interested in and related them to umpiring,” Ted Barrett, a big league umpire who is also an ordained minister and a former boxer, said in an interview Wednesday. “He talked to me a lot about God, and a lot about boxing.” Barrett, who was hired by Springstead for the A.L. staff in the 1990s, recalled that during his first season, Springstead watched him work and was not terribly pleased by what he saw. “But at the end of the day we were at the bar,” Barrett said, “and Marty said: ‘Hey, religious boy! When you say your prayers, say a prayer for me, because as long as I’m O.K., you’re going to be O.K.’ “ ... (New York Times)

James Van Doren Dies at 72; Created Vans Canvas Shoes

Sun, Nov 6, 2011
Basten, via Associated Press James Van Doren The cause was cancer, his wife, Char, said. With his brother Paul and two others, Mr. Van Doren started the Van Doren Rubber Company in 1966. Based in Anaheim, Calif., it made rubber-soled canvas leisure shoes. Not long afterward, the company developed an especially high-grip shoe, conceived as a boat shoe, that would hold the wearer firmly to a pitching deck. Mr. Van Doren collaborated with a chemist to develop the rubber recipe used in the sole. A mechanical engineer by training, he also devised its characteristic tread pattern: diamonds interrupted by a band of tiny six-pointed stars at the ball of the foot. Together, rubber and tread made the sole clingy. What the company had not foreseen was that in Southern California, pitching decks were also found on s... (New York Times)

Coyotes trade Nokelainen, Stafford to Canadiens - NewsOK.com

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Sunday for center Brock Trotter and a seventh-round pick in next year's draft. Coyotes general manager Don Maloney announced the deal hours before his struggling team was to play the Ducks in Anaheim. Phoenix is off to a 2-3-1 start. The 25-year-old Nokelainen played five games for the Coyotes this season and had one assist. He was signed as an unrestricted free agent in May. Stafford had one goal and three assists in six games for Phoenix's AHL affiliate in Portland this season. Trotter had two goals and five assists in five games this season for the AHL's Hamilton Bulldogs after playing last year for Riga in the Kontinental Hockey League. Related Topics: Sports, Hockey, Minor League Hockey, Athlete Salary Caps, Professional Hockey, Sports Transactions, Hockey Transactions GOLD STOCK to watch! The best gold stock to watch this week!chicagof...

Devils claim F Ryan Carter on waivers from Florida - NewsOK.com

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Wednesday and said the five-year veteran will join the team on its road trip in Phoenix. Carter was scoreless in seven games this season. He has 14 goals and 21 assists in 189 career games with Anaheim, Carolina and Florida. The 28-year-old made his pro debut with Portland of the AHL in the 2006-07 season. Related Topics: Sports, Hockey, Professional Hockey, Sports Transactions, Hockey Transactions Search Old Obituaries 5,300 Historical Newspapers. 3-Day Free Trial. Start Now!WorldVitalRecords.com/Obituaries GOLD STOCK to watch! The best gold stock to watch this week!chicagofinancialtimes.com/SAGE/ Sports Photo Galleriesview all Remembering Bob Barry Sr. See photos from Bob Barry's Sr.'s career. 39 photos OU-Kansas State football: Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 View photos from the OU-Kansas State football game from Oct. 29,... 42 photo...

Coyotes trade Nokelainen, Stafford to Canadiens - NewsOK.com

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Sunday for center Brock Trotter and a seventh-round pick in next year's draft. Coyotes general manager Don Maloney announced the deal hours before his struggling team was to play the Ducks in Anaheim. Phoenix is off to a 2-3-1 start. The 25-year-old Nokelainen played five games for the Coyotes this season and had one assist. He was signed as an unrestricted free agent in May. Stafford had one goal and three assists in six games for Phoenix's AHL affiliate in Portland this season. Trotter had two goals and five assists in five games this season for the AHL's Hamilton Bulldogs after playing last year for Riga in the Kontinental Hockey League. Related Topics: Sports, Hockey, Minor League Hockey, Athlete Salary Caps, Professional Hockey, Sports Transactions, Hockey Transactions GOLD STOCK to watch! The best gold stock to watch this week!chicagof...

Devils claim F Ryan Carter on waivers from Florida - NewsOK.com

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Wednesday and said the five-year veteran will join the team on its road trip in Phoenix. Carter was scoreless in seven games this season. He has 14 goals and 21 assists in 189 career games with Anaheim, Carolina and Florida. The 28-year-old made his pro debut with Portland of the AHL in the 2006-07 season. Related Topics: Sports, Hockey, Professional Hockey, Sports Transactions, Hockey Transactions Search Old Obituaries 5,300 Historical Newspapers. 3-Day Free Trial. Start Now!WorldVitalRecords.com/Obituaries GOLD STOCK to watch! The best gold stock to watch this week!chicagofinancialtimes.com/SAGE/ Sports Photo Galleriesview all Remembering Bob Barry Sr. See photos from Bob Barry's Sr.'s career. 39 photos OU-Kansas State football: Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 View photos from the OU-Kansas State football game from Oct. 29,... 42 photo...

Sharks' Greiss shuts out Canucks - NewsOK.com

Fri, Sep 30, 2011
Sharks used their regulars for longer periods on the ice. Ryane Clowe added his team-leading fourth assist on the final goal. The Canucks (2-5), who lost to the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night, again choose to keep many of their stars off the ice. Mikael Samuelsson and Manny Malhotra were the only Canucks to play who recorded double figures in goals last season. Related Topics: Sports, Hockey, Professional Hockey #1 Stock Pick: EMBA 2011 Cloud-based Tech Stock To Own. Get in early now! Read more here.www.greengainers.com/emba Hot Stock Pick - OBJE Obscene Jeans & Lifestyle Brands. Invest, Trade, Stocks.www.ObsceneJeans.com Sports Photo Galleriesview all High school football: Thursday, Sept. 29 games Photos from Thursday's games. 18 photos Oklahoma Energy Tennis Classic Andy Roddick plays Mardy Fish during the Oklahoma Energy Tennis... 14 photos Photos: Dodgers star Matt Kemp A look back at the career of Los Angeles Dodgers star Matt Kemp,... 16 photos OU vs. Missouri -- Sept. 24, 2011 Take a look...




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