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Carr and Erwin Funeral Home

Carr and Erwin Funeral Home
1230 East College Street
Pulaski, TN 38478
Phone: (931) 363-1533
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Five Boro Bike Tour draws 32000 cyclists to New York City on May 6 - Lehighvalleylive.com

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Park, the tour runs up Manhattan, through Central Park, around a brief loop in the Bronx and down to the Queensboro Bridge passing countless New York City icons on the way. After a ride over the Pulaski bridge passing through Brooklyn, riders enjoy an incredible view from the lower deck of the Verrazano Bridge. The tour lands on Staten Island for a lively outdoor Festival. Express-Times Photo BILL ADAMSThe last time I was on a bike, Kelly Huth forced me to eat a cheesesteak. Here in The Express-Times newsroom we have a lot of bigshots who have gained major achievements in physical fitness events. We're talking half-marathons and whatnot. The most notable achievement I can claim in recent memory is a 5K arse-whuppin' of a wobbly, blubbery local blogger. And he's been working out feverishly with the hope that I'll allow him a rematch (I won't). I began a strict workout regimen Sunday. Well, strict might be a little strong, but I began it.A stark difference of opinion has developed among those who have considered the idea of me pedaling my way across New York City for 40 miles. Some say it's a piece of cake and I can get 'er done in less than three hours. Others snicker and point to my lack of athleticism. They say it's just as likely that I keel over during the trek.To that I say fiddle-faddle, but if it so happens ...

Vernon M. Null - People's Tribune

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Tuesday (today) at Pickering Funeral Home with Gary Hood officiating. Burial was in Seaton Cemetery near Dixon.Vernon was born on Oct. 26, 1947, in rural Pulaski County on the “Cannon Place” and was the sixth of 10 children and the fourth son of Earl and Marthell Cusick Null.He graduated from Van-Far High school in 1967 where he was active in FFA and received the FFA Young Farmers Award. He resided on the family acreage north of Vandalia with his parents until they moved into Vandalia. After the death of his p...

Green Bay area's noteworthy deaths in 2011 - Green Bay Press Gazette

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
College for 17 years. John Wendzikowski, 83, March 12. Helped start Green Bay's first blood distribution center, which served 23 area hospitals. From 1968 to 1989, he and his brother Eddie ran Pulaski meat market known for its Polish sausage. Otis Prichard, 88, March 12. A World War II prisoner of war, the longtime Air Force Reserve pilot and officer founded Prichard Construction in the late 1960s. Also served on the Green Bay School Board. (Page 3 of 13) Kenneth Vissers, 75, March 16. Paralyzed from the waist down in a paper machine accident in 1967, when he was 30, he returned to Nicolet Paper nine months later and worked at the De Pere mill until retiring in 2007. Rosella Kelly, 87, March 16. Professional artist helped start Artstreet in Green Bay. Bill Kuhns, 83, March 16. A former advertising representative, he was editor and publisher of NEW Month magazine from 1992-2004. Jack Bacovsky, 64, March 18. He and his wife Dolly founded NEW Hobby Shop in 1987. Dewey Decker, 90, March 18. He helped his family run the Riverside Ballroom in the late 1940s, then spent more than 45 years in real estate with Decker Realty and Decker Appraisal Service. Patricia Ault, 64, March 21. Special education teacher in Howard-Suamico elementary schools for more than 35 years. John Malcheski, 78, March 22. Pulaski dairy farmer who traveled the world to teach sustaining farming practices. Lucy Blahnik, 88, March 24. A violinist, she was the last surviving charter member of the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra. Also was a Western Union telegraph operator for 28 years and the first woman to hold that job in the Packers press box. Robert Delaney, 76, March 24. Spent 30 years with the Green Bay Fire Department, retiring as a captain. Ronald Micke, 63, March 26. Ran Gold Dust Dairy, a large farm south of De Pere, from 1993 to 2002. Hosted Brown County Breakfast on the Farm in 2002. Army Spc. Justin Ross, 22, March 26. Bay Port High School graduate, who lived in Howard, was killed in action in Afghanistan. Leona Doxtator Smith, 91, March 27. A master Wisconsin Oneida language speaker and an Oneida national treasure. Rev. Christian (Thomas) O'Brien, 75, March 28. Green Bay native served Abbot Pennings High School in De Pere and local parishes until 1987. Also was the popular Fisk Park summer playground supervisor from 1954 to 1957. Howard Stiehm, 94, March 29. Marinette High School football coach who led the Marines to national prominence in late 1940s and early 1950s. A charter member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1980. (Page 4 of 13) Mary Hasterlik, 71. Green Bay real estate agent who also was an accomplished horsewoman. Margaret DeFrance, 92, April 6. Ran the Savoy Restaurant in the 1940s, then Café de France, the 141 Motel and ABC Antiques. James Peterson, 67, April 8. A local Teamster official from 1972-1996, he was active on the Greater Green Bay Labor Management Council. Reinhard Krause, 89, April 14. Co-founded Algoma Lumber Co. in 1950. Dr. Joseph Grace, April 14. Chief of staff at Bellin, St. Vincent and St. Mary's hospitals during his career in Green Bay from 1956-1994. Army Spc. Paul Atim, 27, April 16. Former University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and NWTC student from Uganda killed in action in Afghanistan. Charles Matter, 69, April 18. Psychology professor at UW-Green Bay from 1974-2006. Larry Laes, 87, April 19. Green Bay car dealer who was a partner in Thome-Laes Motors, then ran Laes Motors. His slogan: "We have only nice cars." Carl Giesler, 88, April 21. Worked for W...

Green Bay area's noteworthy deaths in 2011 - Green Bay Press Gazette

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
College for 17 years. John Wendzikowski, 83, March 12. Helped start Green Bay's first blood distribution center, which served 23 area hospitals. From 1968 to 1989, he and his brother Eddie ran Pulaski meat market known for its Polish sausage. Otis Prichard, 88, March 12. A World War II prisoner of war, the longtime Air Force Reserve pilot and officer founded Prichard Construction in the late 1960s. Also served on the Green Bay School Board. (Page 3 of 13) Kenneth Vissers, 75, March 16. Paralyzed from the waist down in a paper machine accident in 1967, when he was 30, he returned to Nicolet Paper nine months later and worked at the De Pere mill until retiring in 2007. Rosella Kelly, 87, March 16. Professional artist helped start Artstreet in Green Bay. Bill Kuhns, 83, March 16. A former advertising representative, he was editor and publisher of NEW Month magazine from 1992-2004. Jack Bacovsky, 64, March 18. He and his wife Dolly founded NEW Hobby Shop in 1987. Dewey Decker, 90, March 18. He helped his family run the Riverside Ballroom in the late 1940s, then spent more than 45 years in real estate with Decker Realty and Decker Appraisal Service. Patricia Ault, 64, March 21. Special education teacher in Howard-Suamico elementary schools for more than 35 years. John Malcheski, 78, March 22. Pulaski dairy farmer who traveled the world to teach sustaining farming practices. Lucy Blahnik, 88, March 24. A violinist, she was the last surviving charter member of the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra. Also was a Western Union telegraph operator for 28 years and the first woman to hold that job in the Packers press box. Robert Delaney, 76, March 24. Spent 30 years with the Green Bay Fire Department, retiring as a captain. Ronald Micke, 63, March 26. Ran Gold Dust Dairy, a large farm south of De Pere, from 1993 to 2002. Hosted Brown County Breakfast on the Farm in 2002. Army Spc. Justin Ross, 22, March 26. Bay Port High School graduate, who lived in Howard, was killed in action in Afghanistan. Leona Doxtator Smith, 91, March 27. A master Wisconsin Oneida language speaker and an Oneida national treasure. Rev. Christian (Thomas) O'Brien, 75, March 28. Green Bay native served Abbot Pennings High School in De Pere and local parishes until 1987. Also was the popular Fisk Park summer playground supervisor from 1954 to 1957. Howard Stiehm, 94, March 29. Marinette High School football coach who led the Marines to national prominence in late 1940s and early 1950s. A charter member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1980. (Page 4 of 13) Mary Hasterlik, 71. Green Bay real estate agent who also was an accomplished horsewoman. Margaret DeFrance, 92, April 6. Ran the Savoy Restaurant in the 1940s, then Café de France, the 141 Motel and ABC Antiques. James Peterson, 67, April 8. A local Teamster official from 1972-1996, he was active on the Greater Green Bay Labor Management Council. Reinhard Krause, 89, April 14. Co-founded Algoma Lumber Co. in 1950. Dr. Joseph Grace, April 14. Chief of staff at Bellin, St. Vincent and St. Mary's hospitals during his career in Green Bay from 1956-1994. Army Spc. Paul Atim, 27, April 16. Former University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and NWTC student from Uganda killed in action in Afghanistan. Charles Matter, 69, April 18. Psychology professor at UW-Green Bay from 1974-2006. Larry Laes, 87, April 19. Green Bay car dealer who was a partner in Thome-Laes Motors, then ran Laes Motors. His slogan: "We have only nice cars." Carl Giesler, 88, April 21. Worked for W...

Walter Emerson Link

Sat, Oct 15, 2011
Tracy (Todd) Baker of Chillicothe, Ill., Jacqueline Ehrat, Marcia (Keith) Davison, both of Marquette Heights, Ill., Beth Ann (Jason) Burnett of North Pekin, John (Erin) Wyss of Mt. Pulaski, Ill., and Brian (Christina) Wyss of Lacon, Ill; 16 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a brother, Gerald (Mary) Link of Pekin. Walter was preceded in death by: his parents; one brother, Arthur; and one sister, Shirley. A private funeral will be held Friday, Oct. 21 at Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Pekin, Ill., with the Rev. Gary L. Ford officiating. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery in Pekin, with military rites accorded by the United States Navy and the Tazewell Military Rites Team. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Joseph Hospital Home Hospice, 2661 County Highway 1, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729 or to Grace United Methodist Church, Growing God’s Grace Building Fund, 503 North 4th Street, Pekin, IL 61554. Visit www.preston-hanley.com to express condolences online. (The Chippewa Herald)




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