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Angel Care
5814 Robertson Avenue
Carmichael , CA 95608
(916) 486-3530
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Cremation Services by Sierra View Funeral Chapel
6201 Fair Oaks Boulevard
Carmichael , CA 95608
(510) 481-1515
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Charles V. (Tod) Carmichael, 88 of Belpre, - Jackson County Newspapers

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Charles V. (Tod) Carmichael, 88 of Belpre, Ohio died at the St. Joseph Campus of the Camden Clark Medical Center.  He was born on January 29, 1924 at Silverton, WV and was the son of the late David L. and Neta Divers Carmichael.  He graduated from Ravenswood High School. He was an U.S. Army veteran.  He was a member of the VFW and the American Legion Post #15 in Parkersburg.  He had been a member of the Moose Lodg...

Roger J. Miner, Judge Who Valued Neutrality, Dies at 77

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
He is survived by his wife, the former, Jacqueline Mariani; his sons, Larry and Mark Miner and Ronald and Ralph Carmichael; his brother, Lance; and six grandchildren. Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, was a law clerk for Judge Miner, and both he and his wife campaigned for her. When Judge Sonia Sotomayor, a colleague of Judge Miner’s on the appeals court, was nominated to the Supreme Court in 2009, he endorsed the nomination, which was confirmed, saying he could not classify her ideologically. He had endorsed her in a different way in 1995, after Judge Sotomayor issued an injunction to end the baseball strike. When club owners appealed to him for an immediate stay of the order, he denied it. (New York Times)

The List: Billboard hit songs from 1960 - Washington Times

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Mr. Williams, 73, and the Zodiacs are still performing concerts. Mr. Williams lives in Charlotte, N.C. 6. Georgia on My Mind (Nov. 14-20) Ray Charles — The song was written in 1930 by Hoagy Carmichael (music) and Stuart Gorrell (lyrics). Gorrell wrote the lyrics for his sister Georgia. He became a banker and never wrote another lyric in his life. The song became the official state song of Georgia in 1979. Ray Charles died in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 10, 2004 at the age of 73. 5. El Paso (Jan. 4-17) Marty Robbins — The song is a classic in the genre of the country-western ballad. The opening lines are memorable: “Out in the west Texas town of El Paso, I fell in love with a Mexican girl.” Mr. Robbins died in Nashville, Tenn., at the age of 57 on Dec. 8, 1982. 4. I’m Sorry (July 18-Aug. 7) Brenda Lee— The little lady with a huge voice became the hottest singer of 1960 with this hit. Ms. Lee was just 15 when this song hit No. 1. She was so popular that the Beatles once opened for her. “I’m Sorry” sold 15 million copies. Ms. Lee, 66, is still performing, and her marriage to Ronnie Shacklett has lasted 42 years. 3. Save the Last Dance for Me (Oct. 17-23) the Drifters — The group has featured 60 vocalists over the years, but Ben E. King was the lead singer on this hit before he left the band that year to go solo. The 72-year-old Mr. King, who lives in Teaneck, N.J., is still performing. 2. Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Nov. 28-Jan. 8, 1961) Elvis Presley — The song was written in 1926 by vaudeville performer Lou Handman and lyricist Roy Turk. It became a huge hit for Presley and was Col. Tom Parker’s wife’s favorite song. Presley often changed the spoken verse part. During a performance in Las Vegas in 1969, instead of singing: “Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there,” he sang: “Do you gaze at your bald head and wish you had hair.” He died in 1977. He was just 42. 1. It’s Now or Never (Aug. 15-Sept. 18) Elvis Presley — One of Elvis’ greatest songs. The melody is adapted from the Italian tune “O Sole Mio.” Aaron Schroeder and Wally Gold wrote the lyrics for the song in 30 minutes. It became Presley’s biggest hit, selling 25 million copies worldwide over the years. The song spent an unsurpassed eight weeks at the top of the charts in the United Kingdom. Bonus track: Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow...

The List: Billboard hit songs from 1960 - Washington Times

Thu, Oct 6, 2011
Mr. Williams, 73, and the Zodiacs are still performing concerts. Mr. Williams lives in Charlotte, N.C. 6. Georgia on My Mind (Nov. 14-20) Ray Charles — The song was written in 1930 by Hoagy Carmichael (music) and Stuart Gorrell (lyrics). Gorrell wrote the lyrics for his sister Georgia. He became a banker and never wrote another lyric in his life. The song became the official state song of Georgia in 1979. Ray Charles died in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 10, 2004 at the age of 73. 5. El Paso (Jan. 4-17) Marty Robbins — The song is a classic in the genre of the country-western ballad. The opening lines are memorable: “Out in the west Texas town of El Paso, I fell in love with a Mexican girl.” Mr. Robbins died in Nashville, Tenn., at the age of 57 on Dec. 8, 1982. 4. I’m Sorry (July 18-Aug. 7) Brenda Lee— The little lady with a huge voice became the hottest singer of 1960 with this hit. Ms. Lee was just 15 when this song hit No. 1. She was so popular that the Beatles once opened for her. “I’m Sorry” sold 15 million copies. Ms. Lee, 66, is still performing, and her marriage to Ronnie Shacklett has lasted 42 years. 3. Save the Last Dance for Me (Oct. 17-23) the Drifters — The group has featured 60 vocalists over the years, but Ben E. King was the lead singer on this hit before he left the band that year to go solo. The 72-year-old Mr. King, who lives in Teaneck, N.J., is still performing. 2. Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Nov. 28-Jan. 8, 1961) Elvis Presley — The song was written in 1926 by vaudeville performer Lou Handman and lyricist Roy Turk. It became a huge hit for Presley and was Col. Tom Parker’s wife’s favorite song. Presley often changed the spoken verse part. During a performance in Las Vegas in 1969, instead of singing: “Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there,” he sang: “Do you gaze at your bald head and wish you had hair.” He died in 1977. He was just 42. 1. It’s Now or Never (Aug. 15-Sept. 18) Elvis Presley — One of Elvis’ greatest songs. The melody is adapted from the Italian tune “O Sole Mio.” Aaron Schroeder and Wally Gold wrote the lyrics for the song in 30 minutes. It became Presley’s biggest hit, selling 25 million copies worldwide over the years. The song spent an unsurpassed eight weeks at the top of the charts in the United Kingdom. Bonus track: Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikin...

Joseph R. Carmichael Jr., 96, Hero of U.S.S. Bunker Hill, Dies

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Lt. Cmdr. Joseph R. Carmichael Jr., the Bunker Hill’s chief engineer, had just finished his shift and was in his office doing paperwork. “He could definitely have stayed there and never been criticized,” said Maxwell Taylor Kennedy, the author of “Danger’s Hour: The Story of the U.S.S. Bunker Hill and the Kamikaze Pil... (New York Times)




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