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Antioch , CA 94509
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Now that Christmas has come and gone and all the presents have been opened ... - Shreveport Times

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
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 Dec. 30; memorial services at 10 a.m. today at Downs Funeral Home, Marshall. Panola County, Texas Williams, Steven Richard, 56, of Longview, Texas, and formerly of Carthage, Texas, died Thursday; graveside services at 2:30 p.m. Monday in Carthage City Cemetery, Carthage; arrangements by Jimerson-Lipsey Funeral Home, Carthage. Shelby County, Texas McMinn, Ruby Samford, 95, of Tenaha, Texas, died Thursday; graveside services at 11 a.m. today in Ramah Cemetery, Tenaha; arrangements by Mangum Funeral Home, Center, Texas. Stanley, Verline, 74, of Joaquin, Texas, died Friday; services at 2 p.m. today at Mangum Funeral Home, Center, Texas; burial in Brookland Cemetery, Joaquin. To place an obituary, consult your funeral home director. Or you may complete the form online at shreveporttimes.com/obitform and contact us at The Times from 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday at 318-459-3487.

Charles B. Alt - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Alt85, KeyserCharles B. Alt, Jr., 85, of Rt. 6, Knobley Road, Keyser, WV, died Thursday, December 22, 2011 at the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, Cumberland, MD.Born on August 20, 1926 at Antioch, WV, he was a son of the late Charles B. Alt, Jr. and Etta (Shreve) Alt. He also was preceded in death by three sisters, Mabel Aldridge, Beulah Staggs and Ruth Fazenbaker and four brothers, Benjamin, Ira, Dayton and Ro...

Charles B. Alt - Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Alt85, KeyserCharles B. Alt, Jr., 85, of Rt. 6, Knobley Road, Keyser, WV, died Thursday, December 22, 2011 at the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, Cumberland, MD.Born on August 20, 1926 at Antioch, WV, he was a son of the late Charles B. Alt, Jr. and Etta (Shreve) Alt. He also was preceded in death by three sisters, Mabel Aldridge, Beulah Staggs and Ruth Fazenbaker and four brothers, Benjamin, Ira, Dayton and Ro...

Albert Franklin Buck - Oak Ridger

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Miami, Fla.; Scott and Stacey Tabor, Miami; Aaron Buck, Knoxville; Adam and Adrienne McGee, Knoxville; Amy and Shane Tenney, Greenbrier, Tenn.; Theresa Wiseman, Oak Ridge; and Shane and Beth Wiseman, Antioch, Tenn.; and by extended family.Albert Buck’s Idaho obituary and guestbook may be viewed and signed at www.hodgefuneralhome.com, click on obituaries, current services, and his name.Condolences can be sent to Linda Buck, P. O. Box 582, St. Maries, Idaho 83861.

Funeral notices for Nov. 13, 2011 - Bakersfield Californian

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Mission Family Mortuary. Betty Lou Starline, 93, Bakersfield, Nov. 6. Basham Funeral Care. Beverly Ward, 63, Bakersfield, Nov. 11. Basham Funeral Care. Services scheduled Pastor John F. Anglin, 73, Antioch, formerly of Bakersfield, Nov. 8. Graveside service 2 p.m. Nov. 16, Greenlawn Southwest Mortuary. Memorial service 7 p.m. Nov. 18, Harvesttime Church, Brentwood. TraditionCare Funeral Services. Robert C. Deabenderfer, 83, Bakersfield, Nov. 8. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 13, Mish Funeral Home. Rosary 6 p.m. Nov. 13, Christ the King Catholic Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Nov. 14, Christ the King Catholic Church. Mish Funeral Home. Elena DeLuna Garza, 82, Bakersfield, Nov. 12. Funeral service 10 a.m. Nov. 15, Harmony Baptist Church, 8300 Wharton Ave., Lamont. Interment South Kern Cemetery District, Arvin Cemetery. Basham Funeral Care. Nancy H. Hughes, 76, Fresno, Nov. 10. Funeral service 2:30 p.m. Nov. 18, Greenlawn Memorial Park, 3700 River Blvd., Bakersfield. Greenlawn Mortuary. Bertha Morales, 81, Bakersfield, Nov. 9. Visitation 5 to 8 p.m., Rosary 7 p.m., Nov. 14, St. Francis Church. Funeral service 10 a.m. Nov. 15, St. Francis Church. Interment at Union Cemetery. Mission Family Mortuary.

In memoriam: Ernest Bicknell II, newspaperman, mentor - Berkeleyside

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Military Institute in June of 1930 where he learned to dance and lettered as a member of the rifle team. The year following graduation, he worked as a reporter for the Indianapolis Times through Antioch College’s progressive work-study program which allowed him to purchase his first car, a Ford Model T roadster. During his second year of college, at Butler Journalism School, he sold his Model T to help his mother and stepfather purchase the Milroy, Indiana printing plant, where Bick ran hot-metal typesetting on the press and was the reporter and editor, while his mother sold advertising. This is where Bick learned to proofread and where he developed a passion for editing. Bick moved to San Francisco in 1935 to work for the American Red Cross where he ran the library, wrote news releases and magazine stories, and created the magazine First Aid on the Highway that was picked up as a regular publication by the National office. He attended San Francisco State College, where he graduated in 1941 with a degree in social work, and was involved in the college newspaper. His love of the newspaper business lasted his entire life. After graduating from KMI, Bick vowed never to raise a rifle again, and he never did. In the fall of 1940, he was writing anti-war editorials at SF State. In 1941, after registering as a conscientious objector, he was thoroughly questioned by the draft board where he shared his beliefs and thoughts on the military and war. They told him to get his affairs in order and to wait for their call. As he has said a m...

In memoriam: Ernest Bicknell II, newspaperman, mentor - Berkeleyside

Fri, Sep 30, 2011
Military Institute in June of 1930 where he learned to dance and lettered as a member of the rifle team. The year following graduation, he worked as a reporter for the Indianapolis Times through Antioch College’s progressive work-study program which allowed him to purchase his first car, a Ford Model T roadster. During his second year of college, at Butler Journalism School, he sold his Model T to help his mother and stepfather purchase the Milroy, Indiana printing plant, where Bick ran hot-metal typesetting on the press and was the reporter and editor, while his mother sold advertising. This is where Bick learned to proofread and where he developed a passion for editing. Bick moved to San Francisco in 1935 to work for the American Red Cross where he ran the library, wrote news releases and magazine stories, and created the magazine First Aid on the Highway that was picked up as a regular publication by the National office. He attended San Francisco State College, where he graduated in 1941 with a degree in social work, and was involved in the college newspaper. His love of the newspaper business lasted his entire life. After graduating from KMI, Bick vowed never to raise a rifle again, and he never did. In the fall of 1940, he was writing anti-war editorials at SF State. In 1941, after registering as a conscientious objector, he was thoroughly questioned by the draft board where he shared his beliefs and thoughts on the military and war. They told him to get his affairs in order and to wait for their call. As he has said a m...

Dea. Robert Earl Pride (AUGUSTA, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Pat, Christopher, Edward, Charles, Anthony and Stephen, 1 sister, Jean Marie Pride Byers and 13 grandchildren. Robert felt his greatest accomplishment was being ordained a Deacon for St. Ignatius of Antioch Melkite Rite Catholic Church in 2006. He has been a member of the Alleluia Community since 1979 when he moved to Augusta from San Antonio, Texas. He worked at the Savannah River Site in Environmental Restoration and Training from 1990 - 2008 and was a special education teacher for the deaf at Josey High School in Augusta and Allen Poe Middle School in San Antonio prior to that. A native of Ft. Worth, Texas, he graduated from Our Lady of Victory Catholic High School in Ft. Worth and received a B.A. in Fine Arts from St. Mary's University in San Antonio and a Masters in Education from Augusta State University, Augusta, Georgia. A wake will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tues...

Carl Oglesby, Antiwar Leader in 1960s, Dies at 76

Tue, Sep 13, 2011
Mr. Oglesby, who over the years taught courses on politics and on the mystical writings of Carlos Castaneda at Antioch College, Dartmouth and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote many books. They include a memoir, “Ravens in the Storm: A Personal History of the 1960s Antiwar Movement” (2008), and several volumes analyzing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Carl Preston Oglesby Jr. was born on July 30, 1935, in Akron, Ohio, where his father worked in a tire plant. His parents were poor Southerners who had come North seeking opportunity; Carl Junior was the first in the family to hold a white-collar job. He studied at Kent State University before dropping out to pursue acting and playwriting in New York. Returning to the Midwest, he took a bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan. By the mid-1960s, Mr. Oglesby was working in Ann Arbor, Mich., as a technical writer for the Bendix Corporation, an electronics concern involved in military work. He had a wife, three children and a red Alfa Romeo. During this time, a paper he wrote advocating the immediate withdrawal of American forces from Vietnam was published, along with one of his plays, in the University of Michigan’s literary magazine. As a result, Mr. Oglesby was recruited into S.D.S. He soon quit his job and sold his house and car and within a year was elected president of the group, which had about 2,000 members. Under Mr. Oglesby’s stewardship, S.D.S. helped galvanize public opposition to the war; by 1968, its membership had grown to about 100,000. In 1969, with the group’s radical-left faction in ascendance, Mr. Oglesby was expelled after an S.D.S. tribunal pronounced him insufficiently Marxist and more than sufficiently bourgeois. S.D.S. dissolved that year. It was supplanted by the Weathermen, later called the Weather Underground, which advocated the violent overthrow of the United States government. Mr. Oglesby’s marriages, to Beth Rimanoczy, Anne... (New York Times)




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