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Reppert Funeral Home

Reppert Funeral Home
110 North Broadway Street
Berea, KY 40403
Phone: (859) 986-3165
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Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Upper State Columbia 43, Keenan 36 Lower State Bishop England 61, Lake City 50 Upper State Abbeville 54, Denmark-Olar 51 Lower State Timmonsville 56, C.E. Murray 36 BASEBALL Blue Ridge 11, Berea 4 WP: Rider (1-0). Hitters: Wheeler (BR) 2-4, 2 2B; Lancaster (BR) 2-3; Coster (BR) 2B. Records: BR 1-0, Berea 0-1. WRESTLING STATE INDIVIDUAL MEET At Civic Center of Anderson CLASS AAAA 106 – 1. Jackson Myers (Lexington), 2. Alex Roberts (Hillcrest), 3. James Sass (Summerville), 4. Devon Faile (Rock Hill) 113 – 1. Hector Contreras (Dorman), 2. Andrew Szalwinski (Lexington), 3. Cody Bridgeman (Westside), 4. Javon Jordan (Fort Dorchester) 120 – 1. Jordan Wigger (Summerville), 2. Nicholas Young (Stratford), 3. Joseph Brown (Spartanburg), 4. Blake Risinger (Lexington) 126 – 1. Jason Huger (Wando), 2. Chris Armstrong-McIntyre (Spartanburg), 3. Joey Antoine (Westside), 4. Dyllan Hurlburt (Wren) 132 – 1. Austin Such (Riverside), 2. Gavin Perkins (Summerville), 3. Devin Horgan (Hillcrest), 4. Abdule Shabazz (Goose Creek) (Page 2 of 3) 138 – 1. Versean Ponds (Dorman), 2. Bishop Ashley (Rock Hill), 3. Walker Barfield (Lexington), 4. Chad Wood (Summerville) 145 – 1. Will Thomas (Dorman), 2. Erik Williams (Hanna), 3. Greg Groce (Conway), 4. Robbie Haselrig (Rock Hill) 152 – 1. Dequon Wilson (Fort Dorchester), 2. Zach Armstrong (Ashley Ridge), 3. Caleb Brack (Lexington), 4. Thomas Mabry (Gaffney) 160 – 1. Jamal Lackey (White Knoll), 2. Trey Arant (Beaufort), 3. Antho...

Virtual funerals increasing in popularity - Newsradio 620

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Kirk.  "In recent years we've seen a significant increase in people wanting to be very actively involved in all the details of planning a funeral service."Bereavement expert, Dr. Ronald Barrett of Loyola University agrees that these new traditions can be empowering."There has been a significant change in people's openness to talking about death.  And we consider that a good trend," said Barrett.As for the Crumptons, they say they're thankful for the new technology.  "It was very comforting.  People were saying we sure are thankful that you set it up that way.  We felt like we were actually there - we felt like we were a part of it," said Tim Crumpton.With new technology can come privacy concerns, something funeral directors say they take very seriously--offering password protected webcast funerals to those who request them.

Eastside wrestler capitalizes on late opportunity - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Houtz that if he wanted to keep wrestling, he had to be on a team. Houtz said he enjoyed being home-schooled, but he didn’t want to give up wrestling, so he enrolled at Eastside. However, as a Berea resident, Houtz wasn’t zoned for Eastside, so he was ineligible for competition again as a junior. “The day after we got done with the season last year, he comes in and he’s got this big envelope,” Eastside coach Jack Kosmicki said. “He throws it down on my desk. I opened it up, and there’s all these articles.” Articles about former Eastside wrestlers, going back years. “I used to take the articles down and have them signed,” Houtz said. “I got a bunch of signatures.” “He said, ‘The next bunch of articles that comes out about Eastside wrestling will have my name in them.’ That’s how much he’s wanted to be an Eagle,” Kosmicki said. “He knows the history of Eastside wrestling better than anybody except for maybe mysel...

Obits for Jan. 26, 2012 - Rapid City Journal

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Marilyn Evelyn Crankshaw July 21, 1936-Jan. 24, 2012 Marilyn Evelyn Crankshaw, 75, of North Platte, passed away January 24 at her home.  Services will be Friday, Jan. 27 at 1:30 p.m. at the Berean Church in North Platte, with Pastor John Stone officiating.  Burial will follow at Ft. McPherson National Cemetery near Maxwell. Marilyn was born July 21, 1936, to Adolph and Hazel (Smith) Crankshaw at Funk.  She grew up in Chadron and graduated from Chadron High School in 1953.  She married Ernest Frank Crankshaw in Chadron on July 18, 1959 and to this union two children were born.  She wo...

Virtual funerals increasing in popularity - Today's TMJ4

Fri, Jan 20, 2012
Kirk.  "In recent years we've seen a significant increase in people wanting to be very actively involved in all the details of planning a funeral service."Bereavement expert, Dr. Ronald Barrett of Loyola University agrees that these new traditions can be empowering."There has been a significant change in people's openness to talking about death.  And we consider that a good trend," said Barrett.As for the Crumptons, they say they're thankful for the new technology.  "It was very comforting.  People were saying we sure are thankful that you set it up that way.  We felt like we were actually there - we felt like we were a part of it," said Tim Crumpton.With new technology can come privacy concerns, something funeral directors say they take very seriously--offering password protected webcast funerals to those who request them.

Ministering to the dying: A day in the life of a hospice spiritual counselor - PennLive.com

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
But I wouldn’t have it any other way than to be by Tom’s side. We’ve had a good life together.” Medkeff-Rose assured Tom Herald that the hospice team’s care will continue with bereavement services for his wife and daughters after he died. “So you’re in bed now, Tom. Is that hard right now?” Medkeff-Rose asked, after hearing that Herald couldn’t summon the strength to get up and dressed. “I feel sort of defeated. You don’t want to give up, but you just can’t do it,” Herald said. “Your body is going through many changes, but your mind and soul is still there,” Medkeff-Rose offered. “Thank God for that. It helps to be able to understand what’s happening,” Herald said. On Monday, only a few short weeks after this visit, Tom Herald died at home. Medkeff-Rose said he is keeping his promise and staying in touch with the family.Helping patients and their families to understand the dying process is paramount for Medkeff-Rose. He is there to help families understand why a person stops eating, why they talk about packing bags and why they seemingly withdraw — it’s all part of letting go of earthly life. He especially keeps an eye out for any children or teens affected by the family member’s death and offers them a listening ear and “anything they need so they don’t feel left out,” he said. He also works in concert with a patient’s own clergy or spiritual counsel. “Our partnership is outstanding,” said the Rev. Myrtle McCall, associate pastor for pastoral care at Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church. “Brian has a gentle but firm way of getting to the nuts and bolts of where a patient is, of saying what needs to be said and of affirming them where they are. He lays the groundwork so I can go deeper into the spiritual side of things, especially when planning the memorial worship service.” Medkeff-Rose identifies himself as a follower of Jesus, but said he can minister to a patient of any religion, affirming whatever peace or energy the person’s spirituality calls on at the time of death and making sure whatever cultural or religious practices they embrace are honored. A true believer in the supportive power of hospice, Medkeff-Rose said he wishes more people would take advantage of the hospice benefit. “Only 10 out of 100 people utilize their hospice benefit even though they are eligible,” he said. “I think hospice is phenomenal.” ...

Scams on the rise as economy down - The Augusta Chronicle

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Better Business Bureau and the FBI. SCAMS AGAINST SENIORS GRANDPARENTS SCAM: Scammers claim to be family members and claim to be in jail, need car repairs or other assistance. BEREAVEMENT SCAM: Scammers use information in obituaries and claim the deceased has outstanding bills or that they can provide a service/product that will be needed. FOREIGN LOTTERIES: Letters announce the senior has won a lottery but will need to wire a deposit to pay for taxes and administrative fees. INVESTMENT AND WORK-AT-HOME OPPORTUNITIES: Scammers promise easy money to older adults looking to suppliment their income. Source: Better Business Bureau ...

Scams on the rise as economy down - The Augusta Chronicle

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Better Business Bureau and the FBI. SCAMS AGAINST SENIORS GRANDPARENTS SCAM: Scammers claim to be family members and claim to be in jail, need car repairs or other assistance. BEREAVEMENT SCAM: Scammers use information in obituaries and claim the deceased has outstanding bills or that they can provide a service/product that will be needed. FOREIGN LOTTERIES: Letters announce the senior has won a lottery but will need to wire a deposit to pay for taxes and administrative fees. INVESTMENT AND WORK-AT-HOME OPPORTUNITIES: Scammers promise easy money to older adults looking to suppliment their income. Source: Better Business Bureau ...

Beloved Church Pastor and Organist Dr. Joseph M. Smith Dies - Examiner.com

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Advertisement After his ordination, Joe began his work in campus ministry. His first assignment as a Baptist Campus Minister was at Berea College, Berea, KY, for three years; then to the University of Kentucky at Lexington, KY, for five years; and then, in 1971, to restart Baptist work at the University of Maryland, College Park, an assignment of five years' duration. Joe was promoted to the position of Director of Ministries in Higher Education for the DC Baptist Convention, and worked in that capacity for ten years; it put him on the campuses of Georgetown, George Washington, and Howard Universities, 1976-1986. During those same years Joe served several churches as interim pastor, and in 1986 agreed to exchange his interim status for resident pastor at Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC, where he served until his retirement in 2004. After retirement Joe worked part-time as Executive Director of the DC Baptist Convention Foundation, and served as supply preacher and interim pastor at several area churches, and joined the staff of Montgomery Hills Baptist Church as volunteer Assistant Pastor and Organist. He was asked to become interim Executive Director for the DC Baptist Convention in Feb. 2010. Joe and Margaret Helen Rust were married on May 20, 1961, and were able to celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary in May 2011. They are the parents of Bryan Eric Smith (Jackie) and Karen Elaine Smith Rondeau (Don), and the loving grandparents of Olivia M. Rondeau, Jacqueline E. Rondeau, and Donovan E. Rondeau. He is also survived by a brother, Robert Carl Smith (Lynda); a sister-...

Beloved Church Pastor and Organist Dr. Joseph M. Smith Dies - Examiner.com

Tue, Oct 4, 2011
Advertisement After his ordination, Joe began his work in campus ministry. His first assignment as a Baptist Campus Minister was at Berea College, Berea, KY, for three years; then to the University of Kentucky at Lexington, KY, for five years; and then, in 1971, to restart Baptist work at the University of Maryland, College Park, an assignment of five years' duration. Joe was promoted to the position of Director of Ministries in Higher Education for the DC Baptist Convention, and worked in that capacity for ten years; it put him on the campuses of Georgetown, George Washington, and Howard Universities, 1976-1986. During those same years Joe served several churches as interim pastor, and in 1986 agreed to exchange his interim status for resident pastor at Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC, where he served until his retirement in 2004. After retirement Joe worked part-time as Executive Director of the DC Baptist Convention Foundation, and served as supply preacher and interim pastor at several area churches, and joined the staff of Montgomery Hills Baptist Church as volunteer Assistant Pastor and Organist. He was asked to become interim Executive Director for the DC Baptist Convention in Feb. 2010. Joe and Margaret Helen Rust were married on May 20, 1961, and were able to celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary in May 2011. They are the parents of Bryan Eric Smith (Jackie) and Karen Elaine Smith Rondeau (Don), and the loving grandparents of Olivia M. Rondeau, Jacqueline E. Rondeau, and Donovan E. Rondeau. He is also survived by a brother, Robert Carl Smith (Lynda); a sister-...




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