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Fleming and Delaine Funeral Home

Fleming and Delaine Funeral Home
302 West Boyce Street
Manning, SC 29102
Phone: (803) 435-8994
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Indianapolis fans get 1st glimpse of Andrew Luck during workout at ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
We also have more stories about:(click the phrases to see a list) People: Andrew Luck (12) Andrew Luck (4) Austin Collie (3) Chuck Pagano (1) Peyton Manning (33) Reggie Wayne (4) Organizations: Indianapolis Colts (18) AFC South (60) American Football Conference (223) Subjects: Professional football (621) Football (946) Sports (5075) Places: Indianapolis (186) Indiana (738) United States (25206) North America (25315) Photo Gallery: Click to view (5 Photos) INDIANAPOLIS — Colts fans got a glimpse of their future Wednesday, and Andrew Luck g...

Pete and Sam's Bomarito was 'just amazing'

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Sam Bomarito And on Christmas morning 2000, two robbers shot Mr. Bomarito -- then 76 years old -- in the abdomen. Even that didn't sideline him for long, as he was soon back manning the cash register at the restaurant he founded in 1948. "Three months (after he was shot), he was climbing up on the roof fixing the air conditioner in 96-degree weather. He was just amazing," said his nephew, Frank Gattuso. "He'd been through a lot for an 89-year-old man. He was tough." Mr. Bomarito died Saturday afternoon at Baptist Memorial Hospital, after battling a blood clot and kidney problems since January. He was 89. "I hope he'll be remembered as some... (The Commercial Appeal)

Surviving the Apocalypse, the Best Unis in Hockey, and the Peyton Manning Drama - ESPN

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
NHL, really, is a team clad in some good old college-style Kelly green. Miss you, pre-1992 Hartford Whalers. Miss you every day. Am I the only person upset that the Peyton Manning sweepstakes has ended? I was looking forward to at least a few more weeks of aerial footage of Manning getting into and out of SUV's. — Ian F. I was sad at first, too, but I've since been cheered up by the hilarious (if fleeting) prospect of the New York Jets going after Tim Tebow. This New York Times article on the subject is an absolute joy, from the headline, which could not possibly be any less diluted ("Jets Said to Show Interest in Making Room for Tebow") to the photo choice, to the obituary-like description of Tebow as "the polarizing cross-cultural phenomenon made expendable when Denver signed Peyton Manning," to the earnest quoting of Antonio Cromartie's Twitter post ("we straight") to the sentence "Their interest in Tebow is sincere and legitimate," which sounds like something you'd say while asking for someone's daughter's hand in marriage. Man, I so hope this happens. My interest in Tebow to the Jets is sincere and legitimate. (UPDATE: Praise Jesus!!!!!!!!) Have you been watching this show Doomsday Preppers on the National Geographic channel? I already had a small flame of paranoia burning in my psyche but this show is like opening up a fire hose of gasoline onto that flame. It freaks me out. Doesn't everyone wonder if they could hack it in an apocalypse scenario? Or is that just me? Some twisted part of me wonders how long I would survive. — Noah C. Oh no, it's not just you: I think about that all the time, particularly now that I've seen Contagion and The Walking Dead and read World War Z and Zone One and The Hunger Games. Uplifting stuff! Questions I ask myself related to "hacking it in an apocalypse scenario" range from "Would I be able to seduce some doctor into slipping me the vaccine, nudge nudge?" (maybe; would depend on how much weight the deadly virus caused me to lose) to "Would I be willing to shoot my best friend in the head if she turned into a zombie?" (I think so; I'm still bitter at her for not letting me copy her Health homework in seventh grade, that goody two-shoed biatch). At any rate, shows like Doomsday Preppers — and Doomsday Bunkers, a program that is the Deep Impact to DP's Armageddon, the Antz to its A Bug's Life — kind of make me just want to preemptively give up. I can't compete with these people! The other day I lost like three hours of productivity when my wireless trackpad ran out of juice and then I couldn't find the remote control to steal batteries from, and also it was raining outside so I wasn't about to walk to the store. On the other hand: You know how they always tell you to fill up your bathtub in the event of an emergency so you have a supply of water to use? Well, my bathtub takes like three days to drain after a run-of-the-mill shower, so I've got...

The Super Bowl: The greatest show on turf - The Independent

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Super Bowl XLVI. Belichick is right to point out that, apart from himself and Tom Coughlin, his opposite number at the Giants, and the two quarterbacks, Eli Manning and Tom Brady, few of the players in 2008 will feature this time (the average career length of an NFL player is only three and a half years). But whatever he says, revenge will be on giant dishes invisibly lining the touchline at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. And it won't be eaten cold. In fact, nothing about Super Bowls these days is ever even tepid, let alone cold. The game is the biggest single sporting event in the Western hemisphere. Its date on the first Sunday in February is a part of the national calendar to rival Thanksgiving or the 4th of July. In truth though, it is a week- long extravaganza, a celebration of how the Gridiron colossus bestrides American sport. The NFL claims to be the richest professional sports league on earth. True, its serene progress was briefly slowed by an 18-week lockout before the 2011 season, as owners and players fought over how to divide $9bn (£5.7bn) of annual revenues. Gradually though the realisation dawned there was more than enough for everyone. Only one pre-season game was lost, and the NFL today is more...

For some, it's a fear-free Super Bowl Sunday - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Super Bowl XLII and talk about Eli Manning’s pass to David Tyree. (Page 2 of 2) A good play, without any question after Manning somehow eluded three Patriots who were about to sack him for a likely game-ending loss of yardage, only to heave a pass that Tyree couldn’t bring into his body, but somehow managed to press against his helmet long enough for the act to qualify as a catch. Now the teams come back for a rematch and all week, it seems a flood of fans and media have become enraptured with the Giants and their quarterback, the younger brother of Peyton who plays for the team – or has up to this point – in Indianapolis where the Super Bowl is being contested. Because of that, the Giants appear to have absorbed some kind of good will mojo from all corners. Peyton Manning’s team dissolved in his injury-induced absence this season, and since the end of the campaign the Colts look determined to draft Stanford’s Andrew Luck with the first selection in the 2012 draft, turn the page on Manning and move on. Somehow, it seems, all of that has helped persuade public sentiment toward the Giants. Whatever happened to the respect we once had for the aging gunslinger, the Gary Cooper figure from “High Noon” that Brady has become this season? In the movie, Cooper is the town Marshall honor bound to face a returning enemy out to kill him, but when he looks around, Cooper finds no one in town willing to help him. The Giants are on a roll. They finished last in rushing but their big backs are healthy again and fully functioning at just the right time while the Patriots running game has devolved to almost an afterthought. New England has attempted to run the ball just 42 times in the playoffs so far and with Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski hobbling around on an injured ankle, New York’s healthy and talented receivers also have an edge in this game. In the defensive line, the Giants are similarly loaded with four pass rushers that rival the best ever assembled by the franchise at one time, while the Pats’ defensive line is keyed by nose tackle Vince Wilfork, a great player but not nearly the same threat as “Big Blue” will send out. This i...

Community calendar - Keokuk Gate City Daily

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
For more information call 319-753-6567. Circle 8 Square Dance Club dance – 7:30 to 10 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, Houghton. Tom Manning is the scheduled caller for the dance.Alcoholics Anonymous, Keokuk Serenity Group meeting – 8 p.m., 27 N. Fourth St., Keokuk. Closed meeting. Smoking allowed.THURSDAYSeniors exercise class – 9 a.m., Heritage Center, 508 Main St., Keokuk.Line dance lessons – 10 a.m., First Christian Church, 3476 Main St., Keokuk.Soup Kitchen – Noon to 1 p.m., God’s Way Christian Center, 1629 Des Moines St., Keokuk.Keokuk Rotary Club meeting – Noon, Keokuk Country Club.Alcoholics Anonymous, Keokuk Serenity Group meeting – Noon, 27 N. Fourth St., Keokuk. Open meeting. Smoking allowed.Keokuk City Council workshop – 4:30 p.m. city council chambers, City Hall, Keokuk.Loaves and Fishes meal – 5 to 6 p.m., First Lutheran Church, 11th and Blondeau streets, Keokuk. Open to the public.Keokuk Police Department Subcommittee meeting – 5:30 p.m., City Hall, 415 Blondeau St.Barn quilts workshop with Liz Barker – 6 to 8 p.m., lower level meeting room, Keokuk Public Library, 210 N. Fifth St. Pre-registr...

American football: Moore saves Patriots to set up Giants rematch - The Independent

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
San Francisco to clinch the NFC championship on Sunday against the 49ers. The Giants entered the fourth quarter trailing 14-10, before a 17-yard pass from Eli Manning found Mario Manningham to put the Giants up by 17-14. But San Francisco came back with a field goal to force a 17-17 tie and overtime. With almost half the extra period gone came the mistake which settled things. Kyle Williams of the 49ers fumbled deep in his own territory, allowing the Giants to set up a 31-yard field-goal attempt. This one, they did not miss.

American football: Moore saves Patriots to set up Giants rematch - The Independent

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
San Francisco to clinch the NFC championship on Sunday against the 49ers. The Giants entered the fourth quarter trailing 14-10, before a 17-yard pass from Eli Manning found Mario Manningham to put the Giants up by 17-14. But San Francisco came back with a field goal to force a 17-17 tie and overtime. With almost half the extra period gone came the mistake which settled things. Kyle Williams of the 49ers fumbled deep in his own territory, allowing the Giants to set up a 31-yard field-goal attempt. This one, they did not miss.

Eva Marsh

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
ERS GROVE — Eva Marsh, 94, of Soldiers Grove died Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012, at Norseland Nursing Home, Westby. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Sime Funeral Home, Readstown, with burial in Manning Cemetery. Friends may call from 11 a.m. to services Saturday at the funeral home. Online condolences may be offered at www.simefuneralforum.com. (La Crosse Tribune)

Funeral services for Jan. 11, 2012 - Bakersfield Californian

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Jan. 11, Delano Mortuary Chapel; Mass 10 a.m. Jan. 12, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church; interment at North Kern District Cemetery, Delano. Delano Mortuary. Jeff W. Manning, 82, Bakersfield, Jan. 9. Service 10 a.m. Jan. 14, Greenlawn Southwest Chapel. Greenlawn Southwest Mortuary. Rogelio Martinez, 68, Bakersfield, Jan. 8. Gathering 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Jan. 13, Alma Funeral Home Chapel. Alma Funeral Home & Crematory. Carmen Guadalupe Mazzei, 78, Bakersfield, Jan. 4 in San Francisco. Visitation 4 to 8 p.m. Jan. 15, Hillcrest Mortuary; service 10 a.m. Jan. 16, Hillcrest Seventh-day Adventist Church, 2600 Kenwood Road. Hillcrest Mortuary. Tony McCurdy, 64, Wasco, Jan. 10. Visitation 5 to 8 p.m. Jan. 11, Peters Funeral Care; graveside service 10 a.m. Jan. 12, Wasco Memorial Park. Peters Funeral Home, Wasco. Belen Campos Moran, 77, Bakersfield, Jan. 9. Visitation 5 to midnight with wake service 7 p.m. Jan. 12, Basham Funeral Care Chapel; chapel service 10 a.m. Jan. 13, Basham Funeral Care Chapel. Basham Funeral Care. Josephine M. Walker, 77, Las Vegas, Jan. 3. Visitation 8:30 a.m. Jan. 13, Greenlawn Mortuary; graveside service 10 a.m. Jan. 13, Greenlawn Memorial Park. Greenlawn Mortuary. Steven M. Watkins, 54, Bakersfield, Jan. 2. Visitation 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 12, Rucker's Mortuary; service 11 a.m. Jan. 13, Rucker's Mortuary Chapel; interment at Union Cemetery. Rucker's Mortuary.

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