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Inwood MB Obituaries and Funeral Related News

Frank Theodore Bodnar, Jr. Obituary -

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Monday, June 26 at the Lane Funeral Home, Austintown Chapel for Frank Theodore Bodnar, Jr., 98, of Austintown who passed away Tuesday evening, June 20, 2017, at AustinWoods Care Center. Frank was born July 18, 1918 in Etna, Pennsylvania the son of Frank, Sr. and Rose Bodnar. He was a graduate of Newton Falls High School and served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII under General “Vinegar Joe” Stillwell in the CBI Theater of War stationed in China, Burma and India. He spent 39 months in the jungles of Burma. During that time, he and 200 men of his unit marched across the Himalayan Range into China to ward off the Japanese invaders. He was one of the less than 100 men to return to base. Frank spent his R & R in Perth, Australia, which he described as the most beautiful city he ever saw. After the war, he married Helen Rocsiewitz and got hired at Packard Electric Plant 6 in Warren. Unfortunately, after a few years he and four others were fired for protesting poor working conditions. He then worked odd jobs to support his family. Working for East Ohio Lumber Company, Judge Lynn B. Griffith, Austin Village Plaza and Armstrong’s Farm in Champion. He finally was hired by Ajax Magnathermic, where h...

Neil GG Abbott - The Livingston County News

Thursday, January 12, 2017

After 12 years of active duty, he retired at the rank of Captain in May 1974. Neil then had a second career of 28 years with NYS OPWDD. Neil was a great patron of the arts, himself performing at the Linwood Summer Theater for 20 years. He supported and enjoyed years of Bristol Valley Theater, and the Stratford and Shaw Festivals of Ontario Canada. Neil absolutely enjoyed his family and extensive friends, wintering in N. Ft. Myers FL, and cruising the world. He was an active member of the American Legion, VFW and Conesus Lake Association. Neil always enjoyed his family and friends, his cats, a good book and a smooth brandy. He was fond of the jest that the whole country celebrated his Independence Day birthday. Neil greatly appreciated his upbringing on the Gratwick Family Estate in Linwood NY, and shared the grounds with the public each year at the Gratwick Tree Peony Walk. He continued the support of the Abbott Library of the University of Buffalo, which was dedicated to his father. Neil remained a supporter of the Gratwick Society at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. A celebration of Neil’s life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Livingston County Humane Society, PO Box 233, Avon, NY 14414 or Bristol Valley Theater, 151 South Main Street, Naples, NY 14512. Arrangements entrusted to the Kevin W. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., Livonia ~ Honeoye. To share a memory or send a condolence please visit: Let's block ads! (Why?)...

Deaths Summary for Saturday, August 27, 2016 - Charleston Post Courier

Friday, September 9, 2016

DWARD, William James, 75, of Summerville, widower of Renee Woodward, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center. Georgetown County ALTMAN, Nancy Stacey, 86, of Pawleys Island, wife of Linwood Altman, died Friday. Arrangements by Mayer Funeral Home of Georgetown. KINDER, LaJean Barrineau Ownes, 82, of Andrews, first married to the late Walter H. Owens and wife of Jack D. Kinder, died Thursday. Arrangement by Mayer Funeral Home of Georgetown. SOROKACH, Carol Jean Carter, 80, of Georgetown, a teacher and wife of Michael Sorokach, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Mayer Funeral Home. Elsewhere COLLS, Terry A., 71, of New Hampshire died Wednesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston. CROCKETT, Joseph McGavock Jr., 89, of Lynchburg, Va., a Westvaco Corp. employee and widower of Margreta Westergaard, died Thursday. Arrangements by Tharp Funeral Home of Lynchburg, Va. JONES, Beverly C., 95, of Nichols died Tuesday. Arrangements by Meares Funeral Home of Mullins. Let's block ads! (Why?)...

Humboldt Broncos bus crash: Funeral service held for radio broadcaster, 'amazing man' Tyler Bieber - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Nipawin, was confirmed to be one of the victims of the of the crash. (Supplied)SASwpLyndon Friesen, president of Bolt FM’s parent company, Golden West Radio, travelled from Manitoba to attend Thursday’s service with other employees. Friesen called Bieber’s death “tragic” and said it had a huge impact on those who work there.“He was a critical piece to the station,” Friesen said in an interview.Maureen Johnson, who knows Bieber’s mother and has a child Bieber’s age, wore a jersey to the service. She said she attended the funeral to show support not only for Bieber’s family, but “to show strong support for the kids in the hospital.”The collision between the Broncos bus and a semi-trailer took place last Friday around 5 p.m. on Highway 35 about 30 kilometres north of Tisdale as the Broncos travelled to Nipawin from Humboldt in a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) semifinal series against the Nipawin Hawks. Of the 29 people on board, 16 died in the collision and 13 were injured. The driver of the semi-trailer was not injured.Bieber was vice-president of the Humboldt touch football league, involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters as a mentor and was set to start coaching at a football academy in Saskatoon three days a week. Bieber was also a fan of the NFL’s New England Patriots. When Patriots owner Robert Kraft learned that, he sent flowers on behalf of the team to Thursday’s service and also left a voicemail for Bieber’s mother expressing condolences, according to ESPN.“My son was one amazing man,” Bieber’s mother, Marilyn Hay, said last week. “He would get up at 5:30 every morning and go to work, but his day didn’t stop there. After, he would volunteer with the high school kids — teaching them basketball, football, he taught the girls flag football — he had a real passion for that.“Tyler was rarely at home between running from work to volunteer jobs,” she said. “He wasn’t in it for the money, he’d get paid extra for being an announcer, but he’d drop that to go be a volunteer coach instead.”In a post on Facebook, his brother Brandon said, “I don’t know what to do or say right now but I know one thing is you will always be true in my heart, RIP my sweet brother, I miss you and love you dearly.”In addition to several services across Western Canada scheduled for the coming days, three other funerals are set to take place in Humboldt.A celebration of life has been announced for Jacob Leicht, 19, on Friday at 10 a.m. at the Elgar Petersen Arena. According to an obituary for L...

The first of 16. Funeral for play-by-play announcer of Humboldt Broncos - Surrey Now-Leader

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Humboldt.Adam Herold, who would have turned 17 today, will have his funeral in his hometown of Montmartre.Players on the Broncos were from communities across Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba.Related: Dayna Brons, trainer for Humboldt Broncos, dies in hospitalRelated: Tom Cochrane reworks lyrics to honour Humboldt BroncosBill Graveland, The Canadian PressLike us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Let's block ads! (Why?)...

Mississauga woman whose life was saved by expensive drug pushes BC to cover its costs like Ontario does -

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Dix did say he feels for the family and other patients suffering from the disease, but that his staff would consult with the Ontario government — along with those of Manitoba and Quebec, the other two provinces that cover Soliris — and make an informed decision based on what they find.Wanting to do moreBack in Mississauga, Saiphoo says the B.C. government’s unwillingness to cover the drug goes against evidence of the drug’s efficacy, and rejects the idea that there’s a lack of concrete results.“I’m speechless, I don’t know what to say about that,” she said.“The results are me sitting here now being able to talk to you. Being in the comfort of my own home.“I mean, I’m proof [that it works].”Saiphoo says now that she has access to the drug, all she wants to do is share it with people like Anaquod.“I have an infusion coming up on Saturday,” she said. “If I could just give her that infusion I would gladly do it, because I know it would help.”Let's block ads! (Why?)...