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Bryant and Moore Chapel
1385 Galindo Street
Concord , CA 94520
(925) 682-1100
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Janet Bergum, Arlington Ladies volunteer - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Air Force Col. Lester Bergum, died in 2008. Survivors include three children, Candace L. Young of Eagle River, Alaska, Lester Bergum Jr. of Frankfort, Ind., and Karen B. Lanning of Concord Township, Ohio; a sister; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. — Emily Langer ...

Daryl D. Quimby — Pine Island

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester.Daryl was born Dec. 1, 1920, in Dodge County, the son of Ross and Matie (Martin) Quimby Cain. He attended District 97 School in Dodge County and then West Concord High School. Daryl's dad died when he was 13. He continued to work the farm with mother, Matie, and eventually purchased his Uncle William Martin’s farm. He was united in marriage to Bess Flicek on April 19, 1947, at the United Methodist Church in West Concord. Daryl hauled milk in addit... (Post Bulletin)

Jody Kathleen (Trussell) Davis, 52, died Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012 - Chillicothe Constitution Tribune

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Carroll County Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Mo.Jody is survived by two sons, Thomas Davis,  Branson, Mo., Drew Davis, Bosworth, Mo.; one daughter, Danielle Davis, Concordia, Mo.; one step-daughter, Liana Davis, Independence, Mo.; one grandson, Tyson Davis, Bosworth, Mo.; her mother, Jaunita Trussell, Tina, Mo.; two brothers, Jay Trussell, Peculiar, Mo., Jim Trussel, Tina, Mo., and several nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her father, Bob Trussell and her husband, Thomas Davis.Funeral Services will be held Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 10 a.m. at Bittiker Funeral Home with Reverend Bruce Trussell officiating. Burial  will be at Coloma Cemetery, Coloma, Mo. Visitation will be held Friday, March 2, 2012 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bittiker Funeral Home in Carrollton, Mo.Memorials are suggested to Carroll County Memorial Hospital in memory of Jody. They may be left at or mailed to Bittiker Funeral Home 1201 N. 65 Hwy., Carrollton, MO 64633.Condolences may be sent to the family via Bittiker Funeral Homes, LLC website at www.bittik...

Rupert Cornwell: Why Republicans need another Ike to lead them - The Independent

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Afghanistan after 9/11, but he would never have blundered into a pre-emptive attack on Iraq. Today, the Fifties have an imaginary golden aura of prosperity, simplicity and national concord. But part of that was due to Ike, as he took care to balance the budget, and work as smoothly with the Democrats in Congress as he did with the politicians and generals in the Second World War. And when he left office in 1961, he made that prophetic warning about the growth of the military-industrial complex, that now rings truer than ever. Half a century after he left office, Republicans don't talk much about Eisenhower. Instead, they swear eternal fealty to Ronald Reagan. But what they surely need right now is another Eisenhower. Of course, he would be far too moderate for them – Eisenhower Republicans are as rare a species as One Nation Tories. Wednesday saw what was probably the last 2012 candidates' debate. It was a real debate to be sure, but it did not break the pattern of this primary season – an insane stampede to the right, the quest to be the most perfect conservative of all, the insistence on a purity of faith St Ron himself could never aspire to. Barack Obama is delighted as his opponents furnish quotes against each other that Democrats will use to devastating effect in the general election. And that's why there's talk of a brokered convention in Tampa, in which some dream of a new entrant (read Jeb Bush) riding to the rescue – even though Karl Rove, that unmatched reader of Republican tea leaves, says there's as much chance of this as of finding life on Pluto. That's why, if the hard-right social conservative Santorum wins the nomination, talk will grow of a third-party candidate, a deficit hawk who's moderate on social issues. That won't happen either. But if a temporary memorial to Ike belongs anywhere, it's at the entrance to the Tampa Bay Times Forum where August's proceedings will unfold.

Melvin L. Hindrickson — West Concord

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Boese officiating. Visitation will be one hour before the service at the funeral home on Saturday.Melvin Lloyd Hindrickson, 79, passed away Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012, at the Cenneidigh Dodge SLS in West Concord.Melvin L. Hindrickson was born Jan. 8, 1933, to Mike and Minnie (Hoeck) Hindrickson in Swea City, Iowa. The family moved to Minnesota in 1940. Melvin moved to Faribault in 1972, Waterville in 1984, and to West Concord in 1995. Melvin worked as a farm hand at Welsh Farms. He loved to pick eggs and feed the baby calves and lambs.Melvin is survived by one sister, Helen Delano, of Hayfield; three nieces and two nephews. (Post Bulletin)

Paul E. Johnson - Pontiac Daily Leader

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Malta. He married Reva Joy Beard June 14, 1953, in DeKalb. His beloved wife survives.Also surviving are two sons, Marshall (Pat) Johnson, Pontiac and Tom (Rashell) Johnson, Concord, Mich.; one daughter, Cindy (Steve) Stalter, Lexington; five grandchildren, Christina (Ryan) Clark, Tricia Johnson, Drew (Stephanie) Johnson, Derek Johnson and Stu Stalter; and four great-grandchildren, Cole and Keegan Clark and Grant and Evan Johnson.He was preceded in death his parents, two brothers, Ralph and Kenneth and a sister, Grace.After graduating from DeKalb High School, Paul attended the University of Illinois and graduated with Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees.  Dr. and Mrs. Johnson established their home in Chenoa in 1955, then in Lake Odessa, Mich., in 1974, then to Dodgeville, Wis., in 1988, and finally back to Pontiac in 2007.Dr. Johnson estab...

Corrections: January 18 - New York Times

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
FRONT PAGE Because of an editing error, an article on Tuesday about the Costa Concordia, the luxury cruise liner that ran aground late Friday off the Tuscany coast, misstated, in some copies, the amount of fuel it was carrying. It was half a million gallons, not half a billion. BUSINESS DAY An article in some editions on Monday about China Telecom’s plans to start a branded mobile service in Britain misattributed a quotation regarding a similar service operated by Turkcell,...

Times to debut full-access subscription model - St. Cloud Times

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
March for full access to its website, and the Boston Globe made the move in October. The Dallas Morning News instituted its fee in February. News organizations in Augusta, Ga.; Tulsa, Okla.; and Concord, N.H., also are charging for access to their websites. In the third quarter of 2011, newspaper websites attracted 110.4 million unique visitors, according to the National Newspaper Association, which represents 2,000 newspapers nationwide. The number of unique visitors rose 9 percent from last year even as some newspapers began requiring payment for access to their news reports. The St. Cloud Times had 390,260 unique visitors in November. Johnson said because readers will be allowed access to a limited number of stories each month before being asked to subscribe, the number of visitors should stay steady. The Times website debuted in 1998 for jobs, homes and classified listings.

Norman H. Fabian

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Together, the outfit played for Queen Elizabeth, the queen mother, during their service. Much of Norm's adult life was lived in Milwaukee, where he attended Concordia College. He worked for Our Savior's Lutheran Church and then became a lay chaplain for Sunrise Home for the Blind. Norm returned to Rochester, where he joined Bethel Lutheran Church, read for the Radio Reader Program and delivered medicine to the elderly for the Medicine Shoppe. Norm was an articulate speaker, enjoyed writing and was dedicated to his work and service to the people. Always optimistic and determined, his humanitarian efforts were of great importance to him. Norm is survived by his daughter, Kathy Lichterman (Gabriel Peltier); former son-in-law of 30 years, David Lichterman; granddaughters, Rachel and Megan Lichterman; and sister, Marjorie Young; nie... (Winona Daily News)

Corrections: Jan. 9-15, 2012 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
March 6. The Texas primaries have been pushed back until at least April 3. Read the story SUNDAY • An obituary on the Rev. Guido Merkens in Friday's Express-News and on mySA.com mischaracterized Concordia Lutheran Church. It wasn't San Antonio's first Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod congregation. Read the story ...




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