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Saint Michael the Archangel School
St. Michael the Archangel School is proud to announce our inaugural National Junior Honors Society Induction. We will induct 53 Students grade 6-8 on Thursday April 17th at 9a in the Auditorium. The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) are the nat Read more ...
ion's premier organizations established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character and Citizenship for NJHS. 6th Grade Ray Brumbaugh Anthony Moyer Ana Gabriela Diehl Nate Routson Caitlin Elseser Lucy Reed Abigail Hatch Braden Richards Holly Heck Riley Russell Justine Hunt Lindsey Shaw Chloe Kin Michael Kramer Margeaux Lazar 7th Grade Claire Bishop Grant Morman Aubrey Buford Lillian Myers Victoria Denike Lauren Reitman Sarah Gerardi Margaret Rupp Paul Hansen Lauren Selhorst Joshua Kreinbrink Olivia Sellers Madelin Kreinbrink Zachary Thomas Trenten Land Sophia Weaver Alexandra Layne Kendra Wurm Isabelle Zalat 8th Grade Amy Barto Brianna Liebrecht Olivia Christiansen Connor Lammers Kacey Durliat Matthew Lichtinger Andrew Edgington Bryn Moran Brittney Haas Miranda Mowrey Benjamin Heck Timothy Moyer Griffin Hohman Jordan Nold Jennifer Kettinger Jason Tornes Jessica LaFontaine
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Saint Michael the Archangel School St. Michael the Archangel School is proud to announce our inaugural National Junior Honors Society Induction. We will induct 53 Students grade 6-8 on Thursday April 17th at 9a in the Auditorium. The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) are the nat Read more ...
ion's premier organizations established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character and Citizenship for NJHS. 6th Grade Ray Brumbaugh Anthony Moyer Ana Gabriela Diehl Nate Routson Caitlin Elseser Lucy Reed Abigail Hatch Braden Richards Holly Heck Riley Russell Justine Hunt Lindsey Shaw Chloe Kin Michael Kramer Margeaux Lazar 7th Grade Claire Bishop Grant Morman Aubrey Buford Lillian Myers Victoria Denike Lauren Reitman Sarah Gerardi Margaret Rupp Paul Hansen Lauren Selhorst Joshua Kreinbrink Olivia Sellers Madelin Kreinbrink Zachary Thomas Trenten Land Sophia Weaver Alexandra Layne Kendra Wurm Isabelle Zalat 8th Grade Amy Barto Brianna Liebrecht Olivia Christiansen Connor Lammers Kacey Durliat Matthew Lichtinger Andrew Edgington Bryn Moran Brittney Haas Miranda Mowrey Benjamin Heck Timothy Moyer Griffin Hohman Jordan Nold Jennifer Kettinger Jason Tornes Jessica LaFontaine
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Anna Goralczyk
Vince Weiguang Li / Tim McLean: Recap Decap – Wal-Mart / CKTB Parent / Malaysia Flight Part 3D
Vince Weiguang Li / Tim McLean: Recap Decap – Wal-Mart / CKTB Parent / Malaysia Flight Part 3D Posted Mar. 14, 2014, Updated Apr. 13, 2014   Maureen Napolitano: I need to look up exact date of this: On FB in Assoc. with Josephine Maccarro: F Read more ...
eb. 2014: Tiffany Sommer; Brian Rafe Schlesinger at Holbrook, N.Y.; Mary Marturano-Lacalandra in Selden, N.Y.; Joanne Salerno Conte is Asst Prog Mgr./Supervisor Circ. Dept. at Brentwood Public Library; Tammy Scanlon at Romulus Sr H.S.; Kari Boscacci in Fresno, Calif.; Judy Delutri in Plainview; Ana C Pollizatto Works at Connetquot Sch. District; Mike Pollizatto in Ronkonkoma, N.Y.; John A. Conte in Plainview- Old Bethpage/JFK H.S.; Phyllis Ardolino-Morici in Pl./JFK H.S.; Fran Markevitch at Nassau Community Coll.; Barbara Brooks Miglino from Plainview- Old Bethpage/JFK H.S.; Kathi Pagnozzi Marchino in N. Y.; Sherri Lee Works at FarmVille; Kathleen Lusardi Bigotti in N.Y.; Kathie Lorenz Geyer; Trish Brooks Crain in Lewisville, Texas; Alyssa Marchino in Pleasantville, N.Y.; Sandie Kozarovich at Art of Beauty Coll.; Patti Long from Bryant & Stratton College - Online Educ.; Linda Pagano Morelli Klecar; Gus Tave KaraGrowzis at SUNY Cortland; Cathy Burfeind Bouvier in Rotonda, Florida; James J Olivera from P- O/JFK H.S.; Chris Maccaro; Allison Gaita from Longwood H.S.; Gerri Weber Morales Works at Suzzane's Hair Studio Center Moriches; Elaine Axelrod Paperman; Jane Vinci Stamp is Boses; Debbie Emmons Rakoski of St. Mary's H.S., Jersey City, NJ; Stephanie Sheehan of Smithtown, N.Y.; Jean Ashworth at Brockenhurst Coll.; Bruce Berger is PRN Respiratory Therapist at Mem. Hosp. of Martinsville and Henry County; Jo Jacovino of W. Kentucky U.; Alyssa Rinaldo of State U. of N.Y. at Cortland; Lana Scheffer Lochead of Mandell Dental Sch.; Renee Brisk Frischer from Plainview- Old Bethpage/JFK H.S.; Jennifer Maccaro-Turley Works at Am. Express; Barbara Davis Kerbel is Barbara Kerbel Communications; George Riffone is Assoc. Broker at BonAnno Homes Realty; Linda Hand-Molloy of Hauppauge H.S.; Jacqueline Haapala; Eileen Santorufo Cappiello Works at Retired; George Moretti is Manorville, N.Y.; Bob Parker is Sr. VP Sales - Americas at MRO Software; Mike Jacovino Works at U. Hosp.; Karen Kirschner Dubin; Maureen Morony Napolitano is Office Mgr at Absolute Plumbing of LI; Tina Schlichting Works at Medford Assembly of God Church; Dawn DeCosmo of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: Beverly Glasser Maiorino of P- O/JFK H.S.; Peggy Sullivan; Katy Heels is Sachem H.S. N.; Arlyne Packman Popick is Literacy Success Teacher at Pinellas County Schools; Janet Bode Petrucci from Copiague H.S.; Leslie Slawinowski; Peggy Tinghitella of P- O/JFK H.S.; Joan Fox Peppe; Philip Capolongo is Chairman & CEO at Fortius Group; Carolyn Burnsides; Matthew M Massaro Works at U. of N. Carolina at Chapel Hill; Judy Dodge Sherpa is SUNY Stony Brook School of Med.: Kathy Hughes King; Catherine Saliani is Co Owner at Beyond Personal Training; Dominick Cutaia of P- O/JFK H.S.; Philip Pignataro of School of Visual Arts; Michael Lander of P- O/JFK H.S.; Regina Fotis; Joyce Patrick at Portland, Tennessee; Carol Goldberg from Hofstra U.; Julie Burgess is Pier Agent at Royal Caribbean; Marie Caffrey is Broward Coll.; John Kessel Sr. is Southside H.S.; Rebecca Lewis; Maxine Oberman of Monmouth Coll.; Michelle Koday Santovito of Coral Springs, Florida; Lynne O'Connor of Pasadena City Coll.; Heather Sarbin; Helena Behan Bishop Works at Grafton Street; Judy Stein Capazzi of Anderson, S. Carolina; Darlene Kessel at East H.S.; Pamela Pamis at Stony Brook U.; Donna Palumbo Cardillo of New York, N.Y.; Nina Wilkes Davidson of Miami, Florida; Patrick Jacovino Sr. of Eastern Kentucky U.; Anna Marie Alessandro; Alan Schwartz; Carylon Boen of Brownfield H.S.; Steve Barber of Sloan, N.Y.; Americo F Aimetti- Rick; Victor James Lashewitz at Nat. Tech. Sch.; Merrill Hughes; Frank Fink is Dir. Econ. Devel. atSt. Mary Parish Gov't; Wayne J Rideout at St. Kevin's H.S.; Alicia Culver- Carman in Mesa, Arizona; Samantha Lee is Reg. Nurse at U. Hosp.; Debbie Fessler in Orchard Park, N.Y.; Ayat Al-attar; Jim Maccar of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Ellen Freeman Berger of P- O/JFK H.S.; Karen Ocker of Realtor at REAL ESTATE AGENT; William Seltzer of P- O/JFK H.S.; Terry Lynch Works at Talley Inc.; Paula Jaye at Fashion Inst. of Tech.; Arthur Natale of Mount Dora, Florida; Michael A Golub; Ken Lehrman Works at N. Calif. Med. Assoc.; Jo Ann Dean of Norwalk, Connecticut; Penny Samo; Karyn Lisbeth Tasens of U. de Montréal; Steve Howard; Michael Zisner; Fran Bellafiore Hohenberger of Bohemia, New York; Ron Kuznetz of Owner/Dir. at Miss Sue's Sch., Camp Tioga, Driftwood Day Camp; Joe Castellano; Ray D'Annolfo of North Port, Florida; Ira Rothman of State U. of N.Y.at Delhi; Peggy Trask LeVan Zimmerman of Cal Poly Pomona; Dick Balbier of Valle Crucis, N. Carolina; Jeanne Rothman Sternberg is Adm. Asst at Surgical Assoc of Pam Beach County; Renate Tober Wilhelm is Innkeeper at The Morning Glory Bed & Breakfast; Joe Jacovino; Lou Smith of Wichita, Kansas; Robert Kaufman of P- O/JFK H.S.; Doug Florence of Berklee College of Music; Jackie Pasch Rosen Titolo of CW Post; Joe Jacovino of Louisville, Kentucky;  Linda Sidoti Patrick of Yaphank, N.Y.; Christopher Mustello Sr. of P- O/JFK H.S.; Pat Salemi of P- O/JFK H.S.; Terry Richards Lynch of P- O/JFK H.S.; Marla Lipsky of San Diego, Calif.; Penny Babitz Amedeo of SUNY Farmingdale; Joe Locicero of P- O/JFK H.S.; Lorraine Maselli of Suffolk County Community Coll.; Dan Ing of Morris Harvey Coll.; Nina Ciaravino Maris of P- O/JFK H.S.; Don Driscoll of Chadron State Coll.; Jacqueline Grancio Cvinar; Hank Petrucci of NCC; Dawn Higgs; Janine Schuster is Teacher at Buffalo Public Schools/B.E.S.T.; Lydeana Guthrie of Columbus North H.S.; Loris Keen Morici of P- O/JFK H.S.; John Buckman of Dockmaster Jupiter Island at Claudio's Clam Bar; Susan Erickson Christensen is Principal Regulatory Affairs Specialist at Merit Med.; Sandra Rompola Works at Gracedale; Tami Marie; Pamela Carothers is Owner at Music World Jewelers and Watch Repair; Linda Louise Baggett Works at Retired; Robin Barber in Sloan, N.Y.; Linda Wascin Monaco at P- O/JFK H.S.; Jessica Maccaro of Aliso Niguel H.S.; Pam Lax Giordano of Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy H.S.; Mary Taylor; Sharon A McKay of Medford Senior H.S.; Thomas Hough of P- O/JFK H.S.; John Schiering of Brown U.; Laraine Zito-Metzler; Rich Newman of P- O/JFK H.S.; Linda Holt of U. of Pennsylvania; Alysia Mulherin in Florence, Italy; Irene Wurz of Sebastopol, Calif.; Jennifer Olsen Maccaro in Sacred Heart Acad.; Casse Waldman Forczek in Witswatersrand U., Johannesburg, S.A.; Briana Gray of Erie Community College City Campus; Marie Caffrey of Cooper City, Florida; Adam Jimenez of Center Moriches H.S.; Carol Chereskin of Miami Dade College; Stacey Webber-Turley of Phoenix, Arizona; John D. Farley of Arizona Western College; Eva Kostal of Prod./Packaging at Grafix; Tanim Towhid of U. labarotry Sch. & College; Karen Moran Carias of Everest Colleges, Institutes, and Universities; Jennifer Cerami is Product Specialist at Prof. Hosp. Supply; Christian Turley; Phyllis Kupferberg of Rider U.; Frank Saliani of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Charlie Mclehose of Plainview H.S.; Pat Hamilton; Eli Goldstein of Referee at CSHA hockey; Shelley K Martin Farley of Polson H.S.; Jeff Cardwell os Office Clerk at Americold Logistics; Louis Sciarini; Michael Lipinski of Calif. State U., Fullerton; Howard Greenberg of Plainview H.S.; Carol Solomon RETIRED; Les Morgan; Maryanne Semkow-Jimenez at Fordham U.; Bridget Gordon Ikwang of Waltham, Massachusetts; Maria Jacovino; Camellia Kojuharova of ИУ Варна; Stephanie Bennett-Peskin; Mark Tamez of Cy-Fair College; Denise Coy; Ann Fanning of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Jennifer Garner Williams; Scott Lage'; Stephanie Domingue of Aliso Niguel H.S.; Claus-Dieter Mayer; Dexter Jimenez; Fatthima Nuskiha; Akia Jimenez; Joseph Jimenez at Manorville, N.Y.; John Sammut of Aliso Niguel H.S.; Oswald Campbell is Instructor at Jamaica TaeKwon-Do Acad.; Mike Hutnick at Troy, N.Y.; Java Jimenez; Daniela Touss Camberos; Victoria Larson Maccaro is Physician Account Exec. at Quest Diagnostics; Goran F Stojkovic; Jeni Sanford in Buffalo, N.Y.; Susan Slawinowski of John F. Kennedy Jr- Sr H.S.; John Stein; Kevin Hand; John Johnson of Concord Senior High; Oreo Robinson; Dannette Berry; Zaza Jiquradze; Jack Jarmack of Orchard Park, N.Y.; Nick Cirillo of Plainview H.S.; Richard Slawinowski Works at Buffalo Color Corp.; Brittney Golden; Cher Bailey; Soo Isner; Mark B. Portnoy is Pres. at Portnoy, Messinger, Pearl & Assoc. Inc.; Krista Butler; Lorie Slawinowski is Server/Cook at Denny's; Trey Jimenez; Joyce Andersen-Shaffer of Farmingdale Senior H.S.; Linda Guardino Saliani in Northampton Community Coll.; Ragu Kanavan in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Kamelia Ignatova in СОУ "Гео Милев"; Buddy Kessel in Buffalo, N.Y.; Garrett Fitzgerald is Aliso Niguel H.S.; Eman Helmy is √ كلية الاداب جامعة الاسكندرية √; Jimmy Penn in Deepika Padukone : The Queen; Agata Bernat in Hamburg, Germany; Ken Stanton Works at Sandy Springs Fire Dept; Dominick Cutaia; David A Yates in P- O/JFK H.S.; Harry Price in Saint Mary's Catholic H.S.;  محمود غريب Works at ‎شركه عز الدخيله‎; Buddy Guthrie in Columbus, Indiana; Rasha Ayman in Alexandria, Egypt; Baldwin Robert in U. S. Military Acad.; Anna Goralczyk (this is me but I did not attend this College, someone has surreptitiously entered this into my account) Fanshawe College; Dawn Higgs; Fern Kupfer (Q?s: Josephine MacCarone – Somers Ave. – Yaffe – Halcrow / Halco / Haslett – Pietro Marzano d. Feb. 17, 2014 – Larisa Markovich Belekova – Orange of Nassau of a gang the ki//lls for the foreign monarchy and the police aid and cover it up for them – Vince – Farmville to Maccarro – Magnotta – Kamla O. Lewis – Gary Morales – Gita – Gaits – Pape Ave. – Auriela Cosma – Angela King / Kathy Hughes King looks similar to Gayle King – Hoffman + Dykstra – Szczerba – Onsman – Schwartz = Black – Tessler – Freedman – LePin / ViPn / ViPond – George Zimmerman – Furhman / Wehrspan – Selwyn Best – Scherl / Ohrling – Bedford – Churley – Lipson to Svi – George Riffon / Rippon / ViPond – Morgan Lingo – Keith Williams / Mike Williams – Waltham to Kamla / Kamahla / Walton – LePage – Ford – John Sammut to Newtown Sch. Shoorting posted separately – Jonathan Yates – Penn to Edward Goralczyk to Perry – Pearlman / Pam Bulter – Jeffrey Baldwin – Henshawe - Miceli’s Seasonals Garden Centre Louie Mecili - 7040 Lapalco Blvd., Marrero, LA to Kennedy?)   Kevin Michael Blair (Oct. 19, 1961 – Mar. 15, 2012) , 51, of Taylorville, IL d. 6:38 am  at his residence. born October 19, 1960 in Toledo, Ohio, son of Keith and Georgia Kathleen Michael Blair. Sep 10, 2011 he m. Deborah Lynn Donley & was manager at Wal-mart in Mt. Zion, IL & former manager at the Taylorville Wal-mart. affiliated with Lutheran Church. loved golfing, the Cardinals, and sports & vacationing in Gulf Shores, AL. Coached Basketball and Football for Wal-Mart at YMCA, fundraising events , dog Moe. wife Debbie of Taylorville; Son: Will Blair of Bloomington, 2 Dau. Ashley Blair of St. Louis and Jennifer Blair of Jacksonville, Step-Dau. Kayla Donley of Decatur, Sister Katie Dedmon (Mike) of Oklahoma City, OK, bro. William “Bill” Blair (Leslie) of Visalia, CA. parents-in-law: Darrell and Joyce Church of Stonington. in Stonington with Rev. William Mitchell. McClure Funeral H., Taylorville (Q?s: Kevin Nakoneckney worked at 40 Oak Center under Michael Blair when he made the comment to me that he felt it was fair for public services to r///app//e the children because they run the country, Kevin’s anger towards me about this is because I broke secrecy about his thoughts, he has no empathy still years later for the r///apped children – Eckert Tolle to Oprah – Kathleen’s in multiples / Kathleen Grosse m. Alan Jones -= Zion / Sion – Chief William Blair – Walmart to Blair & Napolitano & Vince Li – Donnelly / O’Donnell to Blair & Ohrling – David Onley to Barbara Lavoie – Ken Church & Ken Bowman were friends who came into my life while my son was being r///apped in foster care, I I didn’t know at the time – john Oka, attempt to stab me at 416 upon the instruction of Rosalind Delroy & Luicy Lucell/ Clair to Blair / Clare / Clair E. Watt to ra//pe of my brother Joseph Russell – David Taylor, frauded my time line of defence to aid in abduction of my child / Becky Taylopr to Kathkleen Thornton – Charles a.k.a. Mitchell harassing me in the park with Stefanson who mentions Broom or Bloom – Lou / Lewis?)   FENTON, MI – A 28-year-old Owosso man was caught fleeing the Fenton Walmart after he allegedly tried to steal 10 video games, police said.  Fenton police were called by loss prevention to the store at 3700 Owen Road because the man was allegedly observed concealing video games on his person, Lt. Jason Slater said. When the man went to leave the store, loss prevention tried to stop him and he took off, police said. Police in the parking lot chased the man, who stopped after police threatened to shoot him with a Taser, Slater said. The video games were allegedly pitched inside the store before the man left, police said. There was $599.60 in Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox games that were allegedly taken. The man later told police he was stealing the games to resell, Slater said. Dominic Adams is a reporter for MLive-Flint Journal. (Q?s: Obama / Oddessey – Catherine Goralczyk Addesso Fenton – Jason to George Ohrling – Christine Slater / J. Slatter / Jennifer Slater – Paige Flint – Kathleen Adams m. Warren to CNH / McAdams / Addesso ?)   Robert L. Fenton d. Oct. 14, 2012 cancer, b. Concord, to Forrest F. and Doris G. Fenton Feb. 12, 1945, Concord schools, U. of New Hampshire 1967, a brother of Phi Mu Delta Fraternity. Captain in the USAF, working in Air Traffic Control. tractor trailer driver and with Georgia-Pacific Corp. and then Wal-Mart Transportation. retirement as a school bus driver for Concord and Bow school districts. hiking the White Mountains, canoeing the Merrimack, ice skating at White's Park. attended countless Concord High and UNH football and basketball games. wife Diane E. (Nebesky) Fenton of Concord; 6 ch. dau’s Haley E. Fenton of Concord, Jacy K. and husband Adam K.R. Young of San Diego, and their 3 dau’s Maitlin Grace, Emery Kirsten, and Brynn Elizabeth, Corinne E. and husband Benjamin A. Allen of Haverhill, Mass., and Jenna A. Fenton of Concord; sons Mark I. Fenton of Manchester and Michael G. Fenton of Barre, Vt. sister Annlee D. Edes of Concord and a brother Forrest F. Fenton, Jr. and his wife Marie of Ray City, Ga. Rev. Kate Atkinson, Bennett Funeral H. (Q?s: Catherine Goralczyk Addesso Fenton m. Mike Fenton – Walmart to Thornton rel. to Ray – Eddy / Kennedy – Mountain = Goralczyk?)   Patti Jean Blair, 58, d. Jan. 15, 2013, at University Medical Center in Jackson, Porter Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Wayne Hill and Mr. Mike Fuller officiating. born Sep 6, 1954, in Louisville. employed at Wal-Mart and was a mem. of West End Baptist Church. parents, Inez Fuller Ball and Charles L. “Pat” Ball. husband, Rex Blair of Louisville; dau. Beth Wall of Louisville; step-dau. Jennifer Carter of Louisville; a son, James Blair of Louisville; bro. Steve Ball of Louisville; 5 grandchildren, Channing Wall, Jaden Blair, Tori Kate Blair, Jenna Whitman, and Kaden Stapleton. Whitehall Cemetery Fund.  (Q?s: Patti / Paddy = Bateman to James Goralczyk – Stupid pedophile ring leader chief William Pussface Blair – working with Walmart to stalk families and ra///pe and abduct the children – officer Erin Carter is allowed to try to get me kiii//llle over and over again near ten years, and she is still an officer as psychotic as she is, much worse the Bernardo & Homolka to officer Jennifer Rice, sicko stalker also near the beer store, – Kim Fullerton works for Pedophiles under his job as lawyer – Rex is Becky Taylor / David Taylor steal children to give to gr-parents who agree with pedophilia – Staples to Oprah who se career is falsely made by pedophiles – Alison Siwek White is allowed to try to kill me over and over again through 3rd parties, the police are happen about it, no reason why I should pay taxes since the taxes up to now have only been used to rape and kill my family members while the authorities and my neighbors just laugh at my pain. Do  you see any reason why I should pay tax / my life is enslaved to pedophile and killer in position of authority – I believe it was Blair that had Kathy Ford ex-boyfriend beat up in fail, Blair has been doing things like this to me for years and Blair has set it up to appear like Rob ford did it – Barbara Hall?)   Randy J. Blair Jr., 19, d. Sept. 2, 2012, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Bennington. born in Bennington Jan. 17, 1993, son of Barbara Shepard and Randy J. Blair Sr., and attended Mount Anthony Union High School.  maintenance department at Walmart. mother and her fiance Burton Snow III, sister Tiffany Blair, paternal grandmother Linda Blair, all of Bennington; his father and stepmother Patricia Blair, stepsister Gail Stickle and three brothers, Shane, Dakota and Dustin Blair of Pownal; 2 sisters, Shanna and Harley Blair; a brother, Kaleb Blair; maternal grandparents Philip and Wilma Shepard; and paternal grandfather David Blair Sr. Mahar and Son Funeral Home, Ira Allen Cemetery   Patricia Kay “Patty” Blair, 53, of Rock Springs, passed away on March 11 at her home in Rock Springs. A resident of Rock Springs and former resident of Avon, Colo., Blair passed away following a brief illness. She was born on Oct. 2, 1959 in Tyler, Minn., the daughter of the late Paul A. Carpenter and Patricia McCaffrey. Ms. Blair attended schools in Lake Benton, Minn. and graduated from Lake Benton High School with the Class of 1978. assistant manager for Walmart until she became ill. favorite child Brody (a Shih Tzu);  two sons, Banning Schoonhoven of Kemmerer and Sean Blair and wife Jaime of Sioux Falls, S.D.; one daughter, Samantha Archibald of Kemmerer; two brothers, Steve Carpenter and wife Karla of Brookings, S.D. and John Carpenter and wife Lynne of Glendale, Ariz.; three sisters, Sue Houck of Glendale, Ariz., Mary Willert of Rock Springs and Cindy Enke and husband Dan of Appleton, Minn.; four grandchildren Vase White Mountain Crematory   Oct 25, 2012 - Ernest “Gene” Blair, 83, of Navasota, died Saturday morning, October 20, ... guard with Nov Grant Prideco and later as a greater with Wal-Mart. Marie Smith • a year ago So sorry to hear about your husband,my thoughts and prayers are with you. Marie; Shelley Hache • a year ago So sorry for your loss,   By Kathy Lynn Gray ,  and  Theodore Decker  and  Jeb PhillipsFriday November 22, 2013 6:56 PM Columbus and Grove City police have teamed up to determine why a man went on a shooting spree this morning, leaving an ex-girlfriend and the child of another ex-girlfriend critically injured before he died in a confrontation with Columbus police. One police officer, identified tonight as SWAT Officer Steve Smith, was wounded in the confrontation with suspect Danny Thornton, 47, outside the Walmart on Morse Road near Easton. He is expected to be released from OhioHealth Grant Medical Center on Saturday. Police had been looking for Thornton, who they say shot the son of his ex-girlfriend just after 7:30 a.m. in Grove City, as well as another ex-girlfriend, Vicki Vertin, 42, at 8:01 a.m. in the southeast Columbus dental office where she works. The most critically injured of the victims is Jaiden Dixon, a 9-year-old, who South-Western City Schools spokeswoman Sandy Nekoloff said attends Monterey Elementary School. The boy’s mother posted on Facebook this afternoon that Jaiden has been declared dead and that doctors are removing his organs for transplants, but the hospital couldn't confirm that. Police said Thornton shot the boy in his face when he answered the door of his home on Independence Way in Grove City. The boy’s mother – who had dated Thornton – was in the home along with two older children at the time but not injured, Capt. Jeff Pearson of Grove City police said. One of Jaiden’s brothers called Grove City police and identified Thornton as the shooter. “Stay with me Jaiden,” he pleaded in the call. “Come on buddy. Come on buddy. Come on Jaiden. Open your eyes Jaiden.” He told police, “Listen, he (Thornton) wants suicide by cop.” From there, Thornton drove to a dental office at 4409 Crossroads Center and shot Vertin, who police said was also a former girlfriend. She was taken to OhioHealth Grant Medical Center with a single gunshot wound and is expected to survive. Columbus police spokesman Sgt. Rich Weiner said two people called police this morning and identified themselves as acquaintances of Thornton’s. They said that Thornton called them, told them that he had just killed two people, and that he was not going back to prison. By that time, police had issued a warning about Thornton, who they said was armed and dangerous and driving a blue Toyota Camry. Police eventually found Thornton several hours after the shootings, sitting in his car in the Walmart parking lot. Police and federal officers surrounded the area, boxing in Thornton’s car. Thornton was shot when he got out of the car with a handgun and pointed the weapon at officers. It is not clear whether Smith was shot in an exchange of gunfire with Thornton or struck by shrapnel. Two other SWAT officers, Lawrence Brown and Glenn Thivener, also fired their weapons but were not hurt. Weiner said a handgun was recovered at the scene. (Putin / Vert to Greene   2014: The first Walmart Supercenter in Blair, Neb., will open in about three months, and the retail giant is hiring the store's employees now. A temporary hiring center opened this month at 1762 Washington St., Suite 101, in Blair. Store manager Joe McBreen said the plan is to hire about 140 part-time and full-time employees, including cashiers, supervisors and overnight staff, to begin working in February. The 97,000-square-foot store at 1882 Holly St. is to open in mid-March. "We are excited to add this Walmart to Blair and bring good jobs with career opportunities to the area," McBreen said. Blair Mayor Jim Realph is excited, too. "It's a good thing for city government because all of a sudden we will have more money from sales tax," he said. Realph said he doesn't expect existing businesses to feel much impact. "Fortunately, from a retail standpoint, most of the businesses in Blair are service-oriented," he said. He said the new Walmart in Blair also could encourage other restaurants and businesses to come to town and will mean residents won't have to drive roughly 25 miles to Omaha or Fremont to get to the nearest Walmart store. "It will be nice to have people stop at the Walmart in Blair, and then maybe they'll buy something else here, too." The new Blair Walmart will be open 24 hours and have a pharmacy. The Blair store will not have an automotive center or vision center, McBreen said. People interested in applying for jobs can go to the hiring center and fill out an application Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. or on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Applications are accepted online anytime at this website. Both full- and part-time employees are eligible for Walmart's benefits program. McBreen declined to comment on wages to be paid or how many of the jobs are full time. McBreen, who started as a sales associate at Walmart in Omaha in 2000, said he's looking forward to getting to know the people of Blair and becoming a part of the community while "providing a one-stop shop" to residents. writer: Leia Mendoza (Q?s: Ambreen Khan at 111 Wellesley St / Ann Khan / Ms. Breen at Good Shepherd – Fremonte Brown / Devante / Zant / Vance – Obama / Mahattoo – Raphael / Ralph – Holly Jones – officer C. Hawley ?)   Carolyn Elizabeth Mason (Oct. 27, 1962 – Nov. 6, 2013)  Indian Head, MD.,  b. October 27, 1962 to Josephine Keys and the late Roland T. Gutrick, Sr. in Washington, D.C. She was educated in the school system of Charles County, and graduated from McDonough High School in 1981, and received a certificate in cosmetology at the Vocational Technical Center. April 2001 employed by Walmart, where she was a faithful employee for eleven years until her declining health forced her to take a leave of absence. grandparents; John and Josephine Keys, Mitchell and Jesse Gutrick, and special friend, Tony Chisley. husband, Joseph Mason Jr., daughters, Towanda Barnes (Michael), Jhomica Butler (Louis), Tiera Buchanan (Harry) and Nicole Carroll; grandchildren: Chanel, Asia, Jawaun, Jaylen, Xavier, Jamarion, Zyon, Maliyah and Dayshia; sisters, Yvonne Thomas (Roger), Connie Simpson, Joyce Proctor (David), Sheila Jenifer (Lloyd), Dianne Proctor (Steve), and Patricia Dyson (the late Harry); brothers, Roland Jr., Eugene (Tracy), Ronnie, and David (Velba); in-laws, Catherine and Joseph Mason, Sr. sisters-in-law, Shirel Marshall (Jeffrey), Barbara Maupin (Wayne), and Linda Showers (Damon); brothers-in-law, Tyrone Mason (Sharon) and Arnold Mason, Sr.; godchildren, Paul Barnes, Jr., Eugene Gutrick, Jr., David Proctor, Jr., Michael Jenifer, Destiny Swann and Desmond Dunnington; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends including Special friends: The Chisley Family, Gina Dunnington and Clarence “Big John” Short. Thornton Funeral H., P.A., Indian Head, MD.   HUNTSVILLE, Alabama –has issued a building permit for a controversial Wal-Mart Supercenter at the Mason Plaza shopping center. With permit in hand, the nation’s largest retailer can get to work on a new 150,000-square-foot Supercenter on the east side of Memorial Parkway between Drake Avenue and Airport Road. It will replace the aging Drake Avenue Wal-Mart, located in a building that dates to 1972. "We look forward to beginning construction so that we can continue to provide our customers with convenient and affordable shopping options for them and their families," Wal-Mart spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg said . Construction on the new store is scheduled to begin by the end of the year with the goal of having the Supercenter open by next fall, said Henneberg. Several existing buildings at Mason Plaza will be torn down. Residents of the Piedmont neighborhood behind Mason Plaza mobilized months ago in an attempt to block construction of the Supercenter, citing concerns about noise, crime and traffic snarls on the Parkway, Drake Avenue and L&N Drive. The main entrance to the new Wal-Mart will be from the northbound Parkway access road; there will be a secondary entrance off L&N Drive. The Midtown Huntsville Association, comprised largely of Piedmont residents, questioned the validity of a Wal-Mart-funded traffic study by Skipper Consulting that found a Supercenter at Mason Plaza would not overload the Parkway. The city paid UAH engineering professor Dr. Michael Anderson $7,000 to review Skipper's findings. Anderson said the company appeared to follow accepted national traffic impact analysis standards, and he said he found “no reason” to question its overall conclusions. Henneberg said last month that the Alabama Department of Transportation has already approved an access plan for the Mason Plaza store, which includes truck deliveries via the rear entrance on L&N Drive. She said the new Supercenter will be approximately 150,000 square feet and employ “an additional 85-100 associates.” Wal-Mart will close its Drake Avenue store after the Supercenter opens. This will be Madison County’s seventh Wal-Mart Supercenter. The others are on University Drive, Sparkman Drive, Sutton Road and South Memorial Parkway in Huntsville, plus Madison Boulevard and U.S. 72 West in Madison.   Maurice Antonio Boucher, 77, of East Stroudsburg, d. Dec. 17, 2011. husband of Valerie Jane (Donohue) Boucher, b. Nov. 3, 1934 in New Bedford, MA, son of Ulderic and Denise (Gagnon) Boucher and lived in Calif. 40 years, restaurant manager, retiring to East Stroudsburg 1999. worked 2000-11 at Wal-Mart in East Stroudsburg. U.S. Navy. Ch. Shawn Garfield Crawford (stepson who he raised), son, Matthew Boucher, and dau. Jenny (Boucher) Arias all of East Stroudsburg; 6 ch. Jessica, Krystle, Justin, Cassie, Tyler and Savannah; sister, Germaine Boucher Jones and her husband, Gene of Enfield, CT; bro’s Rober Boucher (Yvette) of Lady Luck, FL, Claude Boucher and his wife, Crystal of Las Vegas, NV, and Donald Boucher (Helga) of Zirndorg, Germany. Bro’s Conrad Boucher, Edgar Boucher, Adelard "Dell" Boucher, Norman Boucher and Roland Boucher; and sisters, Beatrice (Boucher) Rioux, Adrianne (Boucher) Rego and Yvette (Boucher) Gioiosa. William H. Clark Funeral H., 1003 Main St., (Q?s: Maurice Boucher / Ice - Phil Donohue - Attard – Arias to Hersh Kapoor – Jeff Boucher – Daniel Dale – Rowe – Cody Gagnon at St. Michaels – Alan Jones – Genetics to Neufield to Blair?)   Kathrine Ann (Thornton) Sawyer, 52, of Ensenada, Mexico passed away on November 30, 2013. She was born on June 16, 1961 in Tonasket, Wash. to Oscar and Elsie Thornton of Oroville, Wash. When she was 19-months-old she went to live and be raised by her Aunt Delores Hogue and Grandmother Augusta Thornton because of the sudden passing of her mother. Even though her Aunt Delores was not her biological mother she was her mom. Growing up she traveled all over the nation, went to numerous events and loved the outdoors. Everywhere she went she always made friends. At the age of 17 she married Roger Sawyer. For six months he had to sign her notes for school until she graduated Oroville High School in 1979. She then worked at different places such as the apple warehouse, running a candy business, owning a restaurant but the toughest job was raising her three kids. divorce in 2007 from Roger Sawyer she worked at WalMart as a checker then in 2011 she moved to Ensenada, Mexico to fulfill her dream of living on a tropical beach. Even though miles away she stayed in contact and loved her family and friends. ended up getting sick then passed away after a emergency surgery trying to save her life. She was able to contact and say her goodbyes to her mom, daughter and son. father (Oscar), mother (Elsie) and daughter (Tara) and survived by mother Delores Hogue of Oroville, daughter Kristina (Ken) Myers of Snoqualmie, daughter Kimberlee (Andy) Gasho of Tonasket, son Andrew (Kayla) Sawyer of Issaquah, brother Jim (Helena) of Oregon City, Oregon, sister Rae Jean (Dan) McPhillips of Boise Id, brother George ( Lee Miller) Thornton of Oroville, sister Lisa (John) Haney of Palo Alto, Ca, step mother Betty Thornton of Tucson,Az, step brother Gary Ritchie of Tonasket, grandchildren: Cameron, Zachary, James, Alyssa, Bentley, Viola   Eloise Vernon Thornton, age 80, of Madison, Indiana, entered this life on April 2, 1930 in Jefferson County, Indiana. She was the daughter of the late, Dale & Elva Roberts Vernon. She was raised in Jefferson County and was a 1948 graduate of Central High School. She was united in marriage on April 24, 1948 in Brooksburg, Indiana to Harold Alton Thornton. This union was blessed with two daughters and a son. Eloise & Harold enjoyed farming together in Switzerland County for many years. She also worked for 43 years as a top stitcher for the U.S. Shoe Corporation in Vevay, retiring in 1993. Harold & Eloise sold their farm in Switzerland County and moved near Madison in 1991. After retirement Eloise became a greeter at the Madison Wal-Mart for eight years. She was a faithful member of the Brushy Fork Baptist Church near Pleasant, Indiana for many years. After moving to Madison she became a member of the Ryker's Ridge Baptist Church. She enjoyed crocheting, sewing, spending time with her children & grandchildren. Eloise died Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 9:10 a.m. at Hickory Creek of Madison in Madison Indiana. loise will be missed by her loving husband of sixty two years: Harold Alton Thornton of Madison, Indiana; her loving daughters: Karen Hayes & her husband, James of Phoenix, Arizona and Cheryl Valentine & her husband, Barry of Vevay, Indiana; her loving son: Daryl Thornton & his wife, Terri of Austin, Indiana; her loving brother: Estel Vernon & his companion, Mary Shaw of Hanover, Indiana; her loving grandchildren: Christopher Hayes, Kelly Valentine, Jeff Thornton, Jason Scott, & Curtis Dale Thornton; her step grandchildren: Aaron Wilson, Chris & Craig Caplinger; her adoring great grandchildren: Bayley, Kendal, Trey, Adison, Jonah & Madison Thornton; Jordan Scott; 3-step great grandchildren; parents, Dale & Elva Roberts Vernon; her half brother, Basil Roberts; her sister, Evangeline Palmer; her sister in law, Mary Vernon; her grandson, Chad Keith Valentine died, May 24, 1991. Funeral conducted by Dr. Paul Brewster at the Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, 325 Demaree Drive in Madison,   The Walmart of the web: he internet giant’s new tablet computer fits its strategy of developing big businesses by charging small prices, Oct 1st 2011 | SAN FRANCISCO  A COUPLE of years after it launched its website in 1995, Amazon was the subject of an unflattering report entitled “Amazon.Toast”. The pundit who penned it predicted that the fledgling online bookseller would soon be crushed by Barnes & Noble (B&N), a book-retailing behemoth which had just launched its own site. Far from being crushed, Amazon is doing the crushing. Borders, a once-mighty book chain, was flattened this year. B&N looks like a frightened capybara running from a fierce Brazilian she-warrior. Amazon is now one of the web's most successful e-tailers. Even Apple is feeling the heat.  September 28th Jeff Bezos, Amazon's boss, unveiled a tablet computer called the Kindle Fire. It will compete with gadgets such as B&N's Nook Color tablet and Apple's iPad. The new Amazon tablet, which has a somewhat smaller screen than the iPad and only offers Wi-Fi connectivity, is likely to be just the first salvo in a titanic battle. Like Apple, Amazon boasts a huge collection of online content, including e-books, films and music. And like Apple, it lets people store their content in a computing “cloud” and retrieve it from almost anywhere. But the two firms part company when it comes to pricing. The Kindle Fire, which will be available from mid-November in America, will cost only $199. That is far less than the cheapest iPad, a Wi-Fi-only device which costs $499. B&N responded to the Kindle Fire by cutting the price of its Nook Color to $224. This week Amazon also rolled out a new range of Kindle e-readers, the cheapest of which costs just $79. “We are building premium products and offering them at non-premium prices,” beamed Mr Bezos. Amazon's decision to undercut its rivals is partly a tactic designed to disrupt the tablet market, which is still dominated by the iPad. Gartner, a research firm, reckons that Apple's device will account for almost three-quarters of the 64m tablets it thinks will be sold worldwide this year. Amazon's pricing strategy also reflects one of the firm's core beliefs, which is that cheap stuff makes customers cheerful. Call it the Walmart of the web. Low prices are not the only thing underpinning Amazon's success. The company is technologically adept, and it has a knack of delighting customers with innovations such as its $79-a-year “Amazon Prime” shopping service in America, which offers members free, two-day shipping and other benefits. Such goodies have been crucial to its growth. But its ability to drive down the prices of everything from cameras to cloud computing gives it a colossal competitive advantage. A recent study by William Blair, an investment bank, underlines the price gap between Amazon and its rivals in the retailing world (see table). The report compared the prices of 100 randomly selected goods at each of 24 American retailers with those items that were also available on Amazon.com. It found that almost half of the goods were listed on the online retailer's site too, and that Amazon's prices for individual products were on average 11% below those of the stores. The study also noted that Amazon's discounts were in many cases deeper than those offered by the retailers' own websites. Admittedly, as an online outfit Amazon does not pay sales tax in American states where it has no physical presence. Many cash-strapped states are now keen to pass laws that would change this—a move Amazon is loudly and unsurprisingly opposing. But the William Blair study concludes that even if it has to cough up more tax, Amazon will still be able to offer prices that are lower than many rivals'. The firm's huge scale and its massively popular website, which it will use to promote the Kindle Fire, give it an edge. And it enjoys another advantage too. “Amazon does not have to worry about the impact of its pricing on a legacy store system,” explains Kirthi Kalyanam, a professor at Santa Clara University's Retail Management Institute. Amazon Web Services (AWS), which rents computing capacity in its giant data centres to customers, has also won a reputation for being cheap. Comparing cloud-computing prices is tricky, but observers of the market report that AWS is typically one of the lowest-cost providers. “Amazon operates with economies of scale that are practically impossible to match,” says Reuven Cohen of Enomaly, which runs SpotCloud, an online marketplace where firms sell excess cloud-computing capacity. The cloud is crucial to the success of Amazon's gadget strategy. Most analysts think that the firm loses money on the hardware that it sells. But it hopes that its cheap tablet will be wildly popular and therefore boost sales of Amazon's cloud-based content, just as the Kindle e-reader boosted sales of e-books. It's like free parking outside Walmart—you want potential customers to see what's in the window. The good news for Amazon is that tablet users seem more inclined to splash out on stuff than web shoppers who use PCs, according to Forrester, another research firm. One possible explanation for this is that tablet buyers tend to be richer; another is that the immersive experience tablets create encourages more impulse buying. Whatever the reason, Amazon will have to hope that its gambit works, because its business model has at least one worrying downside. Its profit margin is a page-thin 3-4%, partly because it has invested so heavily in the cloud. Now it is going head-to-head with Apple, which made a juicy $7.3 billion net profit on revenues of $28.6 billion in the latest quarter. Apple may not want to provoke a price war in the tablet market, where it sees plenty of growth to come. But if it does return fire, Amazon could get its fingers toasted. (Q?s: after Blair pedophile ring ra//pped my son and trained him into pedophilia Dr. Michael Bazos informed me that it’s best to reward my son with cookies when he ra///ped another child smaller then himself. Bazos proved to me in one statement that he is a stupid psychotic predator, and wants to make more predators, by rewarding horrific, psychotic behavior?)       Daniel Wesley 'Danny' Ferguson, Born In: Glace Bay, Born: October 29th, 1957, Passed in: Dominion d. Oct. 5, 2013, at the Cape Breton Regional Hosp., , b. Glace Bay, son of Harold and Viola (MacIntosh) Ferguson. employed at Walmart for seven years and at Milnes IGA for over 24 years and Sterling IGA for a short time. worked at several call centers. his dog Tippy. Chalmers United Church, Dominion.  brother Johnny, Dominion.  Patten Funeral Home, 71 Union St., Glace Bay. Rev. Clayton Austin officiating. (Q?s: Austin Ferguson – officer J. Wesley – Ray & Radica Domian / Domi / Dominion to Nick Doughty – Patty = Bateman – Darlene King has son Sterling, babysat my daughter well the pedophile ring kept me going to court on malicious proceedings. – Biln, Kanwarjit / Kamla?)         Slain shoplifter's family sues Walmart, By Robert Stanton, Updated 1:00 am, Saturday, March 9, 2013, The family of a shoplifter who was shot and killed last December by an off-duty Harris County sheriff's deputy has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the sheriff's deputy and the security company that hired him. Shelly Marie Frey was killed in the Dec. 6 shooting. The off-duty deputy, Louis Campbell, told investigators he feared for his safety when he shot into a car and struck her, saying the driver tried to run him over. Herschel P. Cashin, an attorney for Frey's famiily, said the deputy's actions did not necessitate deadly force. Frey, 27, and two friends entered the Walmart at 10411 North Freeway and allegedly stuffed merchandise into their purses, according to the lawsuit. Store loss-prevention officers alerted Campbell and instructed him to detain the women. When he confronted them as they were leaving the store, one allegedly hit him with her purse and ran to the parking lot, the lawsuit states. Sheriff's office officials said that woman was Frey. Campbell followed the women to a car, where Frey got into the passenger seat and the driver pulled away, according to the suit. Campbell fired his weapon at least twice, striking Frey twice in the neck, according to the lawsuit. Cashin said two children were in the vehicle when Campbell fired. According to sheriff's office reports at the time, when Campbell followed the women to the car, he opened the car door and ordered Frey to get out, but she refused. The driver began to drive away while Campbell was standing between the open door and the driver's seat. She put the car in reverse and tried to run over the deputy, sheriff's office officials said. Campbell then fired. Soon after, someone called 911 to report a woman with a gunshot wound was in a car in a parking lot of a nearby apartment complex. Frey was pronounced dead at the scene. Dan Fogleman, a Walmart spokesman, said: "This was truly a sad turn of events for all involved. We never want to see a situation escalate to the point where anyone gets hurt. We are continuing to cooperate with authorities as they work to determine all of the facts about what took place." The private security firm that employed Campbell did not return calls for comment. The HarrisCounty Sheriff's Homicide Unit, the Office of the Inspector General and the Harris County District Attorney's Office are investigating.   Doloris A. "Dolly" Parks, 78, of Norfolk, Nebraska, formerly of Buffalo, New York, died Wednesday July 8, 2009 at St. Joseph's Nursing Home in Norfolk, Nebraska. She was born January 23, 1931 at Buffalo, New York the daughter of Anthony and Agnelina (Toucha) Stachowski. Dolly received her B.A. in Education in 1953 from Buffalo State in Buffalo, New York. She taught school, second grade at Buffalo, New York for five years, and taught at Grand Island, New York, public schools for 11 years. Dolly taught 9 years at Norfolk Public schools in Norfolk, Nebraska and retired from teaching in 1981. Doloris worked at Walmart in Norfolk 17 years resident of St. Joseph's Nursing Home, since December, 2008. member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Norfolk, Norfolk Senior Center, Madison County Teachers Organization; Welcome Wagon Newcomers, 2 sons: Douglas and wife Lisa Parks of Norfolk; Jeffrey and wife Jeri Parks of Hideaway, Texas. Three Grandchildren Melissa and Stephanie Parks of Norfolk; Dylan Parks of Hideaway, Texas. Dolly is preceded in death by her Parents, and Sister Alicia Gorney. Memorial Services: Johnson-Stonacek Funeral Chapel, Norfolk, NE Officiating: Father Jerry Connealy. Inurnment: Private family services at a later date. In lieu of flowers Memorials to American Cancer Society . Arrangements by JOHNSON-STONACEK FUNERAL CHAPEL, 910 Park Ave., Norfolk, NE.      Continued in Part 3E…
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