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Crosby Kunold Burket Swanson Gofnrl and Crmtn SRVC Colonial Chapel

Crosby Kunold Burket Swanson Gofnrl and Crmtn SRVC Colonial Chapel
11902 West Center Road
Omaha, NE 68144
Phone: (402) 333-7200
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Charlotte native has high hopes at Olympic swim trials - Charlotte Observer

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
OMAHA, Neb. sfowler@charlotteobserver.com Of the more than 1,800 swimmers converging in Nebraska for the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials, one of the most underrated may be Scot Robison. Robison grew up in Charlotte, became the best swimmer in the ACC while at Virginia and hopes to use this meet as his Olympic coming-out party. “I think my chances of getting to London are very realistic,” Robison said. “I...

Longtime sportscaster Dom Valentino dies at 83 - Newsday

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
OBITUARIES: Read all recent obituaries, and place death notices He was the play-by-play man for the Cincinnati Royals of the NBA. He moved with the team when it became the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in 1972. In 1975, he joined the New York Yankees' radio team, which included Phil Rizzuto. That year he also called games for the New York Nets, who were playing in the ABA with Julius Erving, and the NHL's Islanders. He also called games for the Oakland Athletics managed by Billy Martin in the early 1980s. User rating: 4 (1) Click to rate ...

Furman grad's coast-to-coast walk supports Wounded Warrior Project - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
McCandless stepped away from Cape Henlopen, Del., April 23 and headed west. By averaging 20 miles a day, he had walked 1,800 miles by late September, reaching Omaha, Neb. Rather than attempt a dangerous winter walk through the snow-swept, frozen Rocky Mountains, McCandless put his unusual mission on hold and returned to Greenville. Next week, he’ll fly to Omaha, Neb., to restart from the spot where he left off last fall; he’s hoping to reach San Francisco Bay — 2,000 miles to the west — by early October. “Walking out West will be interesting,” says McCandless, whose motive is the same for every mile. It’s the Wounded Warrior Project, which he became familiar with through a Furman University fraternity brother, Ken Dwyer. An Army Special Forces officer who graduated from Furman in 1998, one year after McCandless, Dwyer was wounded in August 2006 in Afghanistan. A rocket-propelled grenade destroyed his left hand and left eye. McCandless called his old fraternity brother last spring, in search of some tips on training for a 3,800-mile walk. “He would know what I needed to do to walk 20 miles a day,” McCandless says. When Dwyer — now back on act...

Longtime sportscaster Dom Valentino dies at 83 - Newsday

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
OBITUARIES: Read all recent obituaries, and place death notices He was the play-by-play man for the Cincinnati Royals of the NBA. He moved with the team when it became the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in 1972. In 1975, he joined the New York Yankees' radio team, which included Phil Rizzuto. That year he also called games for the New York Nets, who were playing in the ABA with Julius Erving, and the NHL's Islanders. He also called games for the Oakland Athletics managed by Billy Martin in the early 1980s. User rating: 4 (1) Click to rate ...

Could Kansas State's Martin top USC's list as Horn's replacement? - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Sunday. Another relatively unknown mid-major coach on the rise doesn’t feel like the right way to go even with former successful Winthrop Coach Gregg Marshall succeeding again at Wichita State. The Omaha World-Herald recently reported Marshall turned down an offer of $2 million per year to coach at Nebraska and that may have something to do with his name not being connected to the South Carolina search. The Omaha newspaper reported Marshall earns $900,000 plus bonuses from Wichita State and has a contract that runs through 2018 that automatically renews each year. That adds up to six more guaranteed years so the price to get Marshall out of Wichita State might be prohibitive even for Hyman who has implemented several strategies to bump up Carolina’s reserve funds. Hyman said last week his department is in the kind of financial position that will allow it to pay for a proven major college coach. That translates to the $2 million range, but buying out Marshall might be an unreasonable expenditure. To me, the next coach should be Martin, son of Cuban immigrants from Miami who was an assistant at Cincinnati to Coach Bob Huggins, followed him to Kansas State and then took over when Huggins left for West Virginia. (Page 2 of 3) Just now, Martin may not be on the best of terms with his athletic director and an opportu...

Bleak outlook for US newspapers - Financial Times

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Even the business magnate Warren Buffett, a long-time investor in the Washington Post – which does not charge online – has backed digital payments. Sitting in front of the printing presses at the Omaha World-Herald, a local paper he bought last year, he told CNBC last month: “You shouldn’t be giving away a product that you’re trying to sell.” By putting the same content online for free that they were charging for in print, Berkshire Hathaway’s chairman said newspapers had been competing against themselves. Now, he added, “you’re seeing throughout the industry a reaction to that problem and an answer to it”. Advocates such as Press+ say that publishers that have adopted “metered” models allowing free access to a limited number of articles have not seen the loss in online advertising revenues many feared. Such models have “somewhat shored up print” circulation, adds Alan Mutter, a newspaper analyst and blogger. But the industry is far from agreeing on a single model. “Fifteen years into the digital transition, executives still feel they are in the early stages of figuring out how to proceed,” Pew found. Caroline Little, chief executive of the Newspaper Association of America, says: “I don’t think there is one silver bullet. I think paywalls are helping.” Her job is not to preserve print, she adds. “The preservation of journalism is what’s important. Print will continue to decline.” Newspapers were collaborating more to find solutions such as Newsright, an initiative to enable easy rights clearance for websites republishing news content online, Ms Little says. Others are sharing costs, analyst and blogger Mr Mutter says, pointing to the fact that the Chicago Tribune now prints and distributes the rival Chicago Sun-Times. Online advertising remains the core of most newspapers’ digital businesses, but growth has been anaemic compared with digital native companies. Mr Mutter notes that US newspapers’ digital advertising sales were less than those of the “adolescent” but targeted ads – which are placed to reach a specific audience – on Facebook in 2011. Some, however, are bucking the trend, finding success selling targeted digital advertising or building consulting businesses to help confused local businesses navigat...

JoAnn G. McKenna - Sioux City Journal

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Tony) Collins of Anthon, Charlie (Tia) LaMere of Colorado Springs, Colo., David (Vicki) McKenna, Mark McKenna, and Julie (Kurt) Gile, all of Wichita, Kan.; 16 grandchildren, Megan (Adam) Snoozy of Omaha, Matt Dailey of Jefferson, Luke (Ashley) Collins of Des Moines, Tyler and Joey Collins of Anthon, Meg, Nick, Alex and Carly-Faith LaMere of Colorado Springs, Clayton McKenna, Krystal (Bobby) Kirby, Ryan, Matt (Janelle), and Megan McKenna, Katie Gile and Traci (Seth) Schellhamer, all of Wichita; eight great-grandchildren, Melina and Ryan Snoozy of Omaha, Emerson Collins of West Des Moines, Brileigh Kirby, Carter, Maddie and Landon McKenna and Brenton Schellhamer, all of Wichita; two brothers, Ed (Marilyn) Wiltgen of Dakota Dunes, S.D., and Ray (Peg) Wiltgen of Des Moines; three sisters, Rosie (Mike) Merrigan of Sioux City, Clara (Rich) Bernadino of St. Louis, Mo., and Nita Dammann of Rock Valley, Iowa; her special friend, Jack Longstreth of Sioux City; all the McKenna family; several nieces and nephews; and numerous good friends. Along with her beloved husband, Kenny, JoAnn was preceded in death by her parents; and son, Pat McKenna. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family for a specific cause that will be determined at a later date.

Carole A. Kaiser - The Coloradoan

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Kaiser of Reston, Va.; Gregory (Jane) Kaiser of Frederick, Maryland; Timothy (Anne-Marie) Kaiser of Kildeer, Ill.; daughters, Elizabeth (Eric) Schierling, Ashburn, Va.; Kathleen (Wendell) Barbee, Omaha, Neb.; brothers Michael (Kit) Sullivan, Green Bay, Wis.; John (Kathy) Sullivan, Dellwood, Minn.; and her sister JoAnne Halek, Maple Grove, Minn.; thirteen grandchildren ranging in age from four years to 20 years. Carole was preceded in death by her parents. The recitation of the rosary will be held on Monday, February 13 at 7:00 p.m. at Allnutt Drake Chapel, Fort Collins, Colo. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 a.m., February 14, 2012, at Saint Elizabeth Anne Seaton Church, 5450 S. Lemay Avenue, Fort Collins, Colo with interment at Grandview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Charities Northern in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 650 West Drake Road, Fort Collins, CO 80526 Please visit www.allnutt.com to view Carole's online obituary, sign the family guest book and send condolences.

Carole A. Kaiser - The Coloradoan

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Kaiser of Reston, Va.; Gregory (Jane) Kaiser of Frederick, Maryland; Timothy (Anne-Marie) Kaiser of Kildeer, Ill.; daughters, Elizabeth (Eric) Schierling, Ashburn, Va.; Kathleen (Wendell) Barbee, Omaha, Neb.; brothers Michael (Kit) Sullivan, Green Bay, Wis.; John (Kathy) Sullivan, Dellwood, Minn.; and her sister JoAnne Halek, Maple Grove, Minn.; thirteen grandchildren ranging in age from four years to 20 years. Carole was preceded in death by her parents. The recitation of the rosary will be held on Monday, February 13 at 7:00 p.m. at Allnutt Drake Chapel, Fort Collins, Colo. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 a.m., February 14, 2012, at Saint Elizabeth Anne Seaton Church, 5450 S. Lemay Avenue, Fort Collins, Colo with interment at Grandview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Charities Northern in care of Allnutt Funeral Service, 650 West Drake Road, Fort Collins, CO 80526 Please visit www.allnutt.com to view Carole's online obituary, sign the family guest book and send condolences.

Bernard Shrader, 65 - Iowa City Press Citizen

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Estes Park, CO. Bernard also cherished the times he spent with his grandkids. Survivors include his two sons: Chris (Christine) Shrader and their children Eli and Noah all of Omaha, NE, and Tim (Robynn) Shrader and their children Griffin, Avery and Mia all of Iowa City; and five siblings: Rose Meer of Iowa City, Jack Shrader of Merced, CA, Ann Wade of Iowa City, Char Schaeffer of Bayson, AZ and Mary Jo Wagner (Keith) of Omaha, NE. He was preceded in death by his parents. Online condolences and memories may be left for the family at www.lensingfuneral.com under obituaries.




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