Haines International Swim C May 29, - Seahawks at Tiger Open Meet. Along with new cuts and qualifying times, lifeti May 15, - Pleasanton Seahawks at the Bear Meet. May 1, - Pleasanton Seahawks excel at San Ramon. PLS had a fantastic showing with an abundance of new lifetime best times and new cuts. Congratulations to this group of champions from the Pleasanton Seahawks. With over , members nationwide in USA Swimming, these swimmers are among an elite group who made Top 10 in the Nation fo Lifetime best times: Iris Brand Maxime Rooney swam like a champion, breaking and setting 2 new Pa Apr 3, - Pleasanton Seahawks place 5th at Far Westerns.
Mar 27, - Pleasanton Seahawks achieve huge drops at Ohlone College. PLS powered through the cold, wet weekend and turned in many new lifetime best Maxime will be featured in the March issue of Swimming World. Go Se Feb 27, - Seahawks compete in Stockton. Many great performances were turned in by the PLS swimmers. Way to go! Not pictured: Wolfgang Lachance boys, Top Winners: Catherine Breed won four PLS highlights included many standout, Jan 23, - Seahawks shine at San Ramon.
The Age Group swimmers had a fantastic turnout as many new times a Competing in the Large Team Division this year, the Seahawk Their strong efforts produced many new cuts and times. Firsts: Ca Dec 5, - Pleasanton Seahawks place 6th in Junior Olympics. Dec 4, - Winter Nationals The Women finished 16th 9th without College teams plus Nick set three new Pacif Many strong swims were the order of the day including some first ever events for some Nov 20, - Pacific Swimming Awards We look forward to additional fast swims in the weeks to come Nov 4, - World Cup Pictured from left In spite of the dark surroundings due to a power outage, many bright stars illuminated the evening when the Pleasanton Seahawks PLS celebrated their 27th Annual Awards Banquet on October 24, Oct 23, - Pleasanton Seahawks host Tri-Meet.
Lifetime best times were overflowing as the Seahawks showed their home advantage. All the best to the Pleasanton Seahawks! Lifetime best t In spite of being tired from a lot of endurance trai While achieving many new cuts and times, the team had a fantastic turnout for the warm Oct 1, - Our first Olympic Trials Qualifiers. Our first Olympic Trials Qualifiers have earned the cuts to get their names added to our Olympic Trials History banner. While competing in many first-ever events, the PLS swimmers ach Competing against approximately teams from all over the Jul 18, - Pleasanton Seahawks at Junior Olympics.
New cuts and best times were the theme throughout the entire meet. PLS was busy racking up many new best times, especiall The crew start their day in the pre-dawn hours several times a week as they ready themselves to maneuver through multiple tasks: ten weekly practices, weekend meets, high school, homework, academic te May 30, - Seahawks set new records at the Tiger Meet.
The Seahawks posted a slew of li Included were many new cuts, team records, best times and impressive performances. Special recognition goes to While rubbing elbows with top Olympia This four day event included some of the best USA swimmers from all over the western United Apr 11, - Far Western Champions!
This was a great performance by the team as they achieved many ne Mar 9, - Level 4 Club Recognition. Congratulations Seahawks! Based on IMX point scores, and Mar 9, - Silver Medal Club. The selection as a Silver Medal Club ranks us as one of the best 30 Clubs in t Feb 21, - Seahawks Soar at Zone 2 Championships. Jan 17, - Seahawks add to team records at San Ramon Meet. We scored more points than ever Jan 1, - Junior National athletes. Jan 1, - Winter National Team. Dec 22, - Pleasanton Seahawks women's relay places 5th at Nationals. One tho New B Times: Sara Jeffrey an Not to be outdone by the weather, the PLS swimmers Oct 12, - Pleasanton Seahawks shine in Walnut Creek.
New Far Westerns Cut New F Sep 17, - Seahawks at Junior Nationals in Washington. As a year-round swimmer, a large part of her day is spent practicin The following swimmers achieved new time standards: New Far Western cuts a May 24, - Pleasanton Seahawks at the Tiger Meet. Many new cuts and records were achieved May 18, - Meet the Class of Many new swim records and best times were r Apr 5, - Seahawks at Junior Nationals in Washington.
Apr 5, - Far Western Champions. Many new Far Western cuts Many new and best times were achieved, i Mar 1, - California-Nevada Spring Championship. Many best times, including new Pacific Swimming records, were ac Feb 8, - Zone II Championship. Jan 18, - Tiger Meet. From the results of the meet, it looks lime the swimmers like the pool.
Cate Ma Jan 3, - Pacific Swimming Awards. Jan 1, - Pacific Award Dinner Banquet. Dec 31, - Winter National. Congratulations to Todd Tucker pre senior coach and Steve Morsilli head coach for being nominated for the Pacific Swimming Coach of the year. The winner of this distinguished award will The Pleasanton Seahawks hosted a meet this past weekend with kids who entered the meet.
Over toys were donated to Toys for Tots at this meet Great swims were had by many Seahawks. The Due to a number of fantastic performances, we came home with 1st place! Event Winners include Katrina Dec 9, - Pacific Swimming 14 and under Championships. The Pleasanton Seahawks finished in 3rd place at the Pacific Swimming 14 and under Championships this past weekend in Pacifica.
Maxime Rooney age 10 and Bryan Hughes age 13 brought home Individua Catherine finished sixth in the free with a new Pacific Swimming Re The other two came at the Terrapins meet in the boys short cours The swim season started off with a bang with the Seahawks participating in a Tri-Meet in Walnut Creek. Aug 3, - Far Western. The Pleasanton Seahawks had a great Far Western meet. The competition was fierce and the Seahawks had a sixth place finish. A huge round of applause for the girls and boys 10 and under relay teams Aug 2, - US Open Qualifers.
All three girls received their first JO's long c Jul 13, - Junior Olympics Meet. The weather was hot this past weekend at the Junior Olympics meet and so were the Pleasanton Seahawks. It was wonderful to see the Seahawks well represented by all the relay teams. The 10 under b Jun 15, - Congratulations Olympic Trials Qualifiers. More than ninety Seahawk swimmers attended the first long-course meet of the season at the San Ramon Livermore Valley Aquatic. We have seen significant improvement in personal best time across t Mar 18, - New Pacific Swimming Records.
Mar 18, - Olympic Trials. Thirty-six Seahawks swimmers with Junior Olympic Mar 9, - Sectional Champs Twenty-seven Seahawks age group swimmers partici A total of seventy pe Feb 16, - Nor-Cal Senior Invitational. Fifty-one swimmers, ages from eight to seventeen, represented the Seahawks and competed at the Pacific Zone 2 Championship meet in Campolindo High School in Moraga on February 9th, Several swimm She married Pat Wilson on October 15, , and that union created four beautiful children; a son, Joseph, and three daughters, Debbie, Joyce, and Diana.
After finishing her education, she went to work for The State of Oregon. Her role helping families in need was a perfect fit for her soft heart and care giving nature. Her warmth and compassion combined helped her thrive in this position. After many years of service to The State of Oregon, Donna retired in Later in life, she was given a second chance at love.
In her younger years, Donna was active in groups and leagues for bowling, darts, and billiards. Donna had a fun-loving spirit and also enjoyed rollerskating, and never turned down an opportunity to dance. During her loving marriage to Hugh, she would often join him fishing. As she grew older, she enjoyed more quiet activities including needlepoint and crosswords.
But most of all, she found joy and relaxation through coloring, while cuddling with her beloved dog, Scamper. Donna loved the color blue, and anything sparkly, quirky and fun. Donna deeply cherished and valued family. She was preceded in death by her only son, Joseph, and her beloved husband, Hugh Wolfe.
She is also survived by a sister, Linda, and a brother, Lee. She had the joy of having eleven grandchildren. She was also blessed with eleven great-grandchildren ranging in ages of nearly twenty to just a few weeks old. Donna lived a full and happy life, and held her faith in God near and dear to her heart always. She will be remembered for her gentle, child-like spirit, and an innate ability to always see the good in everyone. Cook, Horace Q. Hod Horace Q. Hod Cook passed away March 9, in Salem, Oregon at the age of 96 years.
Hod often remarked on how glad he was to have made a home in Salem and what a great place it was to live. Hod made his career in sales, covering several industries including printing and insurance. Services are pending with City View Cemetery www. To give online, go to www. On Tuesday, February 26, , Stan Pietrucki passed peacefully while sleeping, as a result of complications from dementia.
He was in his home, surrounded by four generations of family. When he was 18 months of age, his parents divorced and his father retained custody. Stan was raised by his Polish grandparents until he was 8 years old, while his father served in the Army. In , Stan Sr remarried and Elizabeth became the Mom young Stan would come to know and love for the remainder of both their lives. Stan met his high school sweetheart, Patricia, while they both attended high school in Wurtzburg, Germany. He and Patricia married and by the end of , with a wife and two small children, Stan opted for a second tour of service and the family moved north to Travis Air Force Base at Fairfield, CA.
Stan spent eight years in service to our country and was honorably discharged in June of Acknowledging his love for all things wooden combined with his passion for the water, he secured a job in Vallejo, CA, repairing boats by day while building his own small sailboat in evenings and on weekends. In , with the encouragement of his employer, Stan broke out on his own and opened his first place of business, Woodcraft Unlimited, in the small town of Suisun City, CA. He was a master craftsman building everything from small pieces of furniture to custom cabinets to six foot high, redwood water wheels.
It appeared he could craft or build anything he set his mind to. Three years later, Stan closed Woodcraft, moved across the driveway and opened The Schooner, a retail ships chandlery where a person could buy anything needed to build a fiberglass boat from scratch. The existence of The Schooner was purely practical as Stans love was for wood.
Once he began the project in , it captured and held his attention until the end of his life. And then back to the San Francisco bay area. Dressed in full pirate garb, he and the Witch took part in pirate festivals up and down the pacific coast, for over a period of 20 years. With 8 live canon of various sizes on board, the Witch of Wood remains to be the only privately owned, armed, tall ship of her kind, currently moored in Suisun City Harbor, just a few hundred yards from where she was built and launched, 40 years ago. Stan thrived on challenging the elements.
Whether is was sailing the ocean or fishing, hunting or camping, Stan went a step beyond. Hunting was done with not only modern day shotguns, but also with bow and arrow and black powder rifle, while dressed in buckskin clothing and moccasins. Camping was done in a tipi. He built black powder pistols and rifles for his personal use as well as for sale and designed beautiful custom jewelry, casting his own silver and gold. He was a man of many God given talents and he did not waste them.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made at either the Alzheimers website alz. She graduated from University of Ohio in and then moved to Oregon in She taught elementary school initially in the Portland area after teaching one year in Wyoming. During most of her working years she taught elementary school in the Beaverton area, Gerrie was never married. Gerrie was predeceased by her parents, Martin and Frances Cook and brother Richard.
Arrangements are by City View Funeral Home. Karl Richard Granat Salem - Karl Richard Granat died, surrounded by his loving family, on February 17, , two weeks after contracting influenza and pneumonia. Karl was born June 8, in Portland, Oregon. When he was a toddler, his family moved to a farm in Helvetia, near HIllsboro, where his love of animals, hunting, and the outdoors blossomed.
Following his graduation from Hillsboro High School in , he attended Portland State University and eventually earned a degree in History. He worked for AFS for eight years, having to leave due to health problems. Karl had several medical disorders, one of which was Erythromelalgia EM , a rare, very painful disease which left him bed-bound for four years. Throughout the years, Karl thoroughly researched medical literature and studies in order to optimize his chances to survive and raise his two sons.
In , he and a handful of others who had EM founded The Erythromelalgia Association, an organization which now has thousands of members in 17 countries. For many years Karl was the first point of contact for dozens of people from all over the world who sought help for their painful condition. With his knowledge of the disease and his strong faith in God, he was able to help prevent at least six people from committing suicide.
He was preceded in death by his youngest son, Michael, and his parents Henry and Louise Granat. Karl will be remembered especially for his strong faith in God, his love for his family and the caring he had for others. Dewey was born October 19, in Bookwalter, Nebraska. Dewey graduated the 8th grade May 22, he had other teaching and training in his life. He received his G. June 28, To her family and friends she was Nelly.
They were a loving couple and raised 5 children with love for each other and family. Nelly died November 6, ; Dewey missed her and talked about her to anyone who would listen. His children are Dewey Allen Deweber Sr. Dewey has 16 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Dewey wore many hats in his life, husband, father, Minister, salesman. He had many different jobs that were never the same; always so that he could provide for his family.
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He also worked with the mentally disabled; later when the family had grown he worked as a substitute and as foster grandparent helping children in different schools. He would become a clown and do magic and science tricks for children, and also seniors living in rest homes. Dewey loved people and rejoiced when his children married and he loved every grandchild and great-grandchild he had. Dewey could very mischievous, loved a joke, also loved to paint plastic eggs for Easter and Christmas. He loved parties and the gathering of his family.
Dewey loved God and wanted people to know that not only did he love them and would be praying for them but that they were also loved by God and that Jesus paid the price for them. William Maurice Armintrout passed away February 13th, Bill was known for his hard work, sense of humor, superb grilling skills, and his giving heart. As a very young boy, he began working at a meat market raking sawdust and eventually made his way to executive management for Mayfair Markets.
Grandpa, as he was known to many, 'Paco' to some, and 'Sonny' to others, Bill was a man whose company you enjoyed.
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He had a way of making you feel welcomed with just his smile. He was humble and kind. He was a man of strength, compassion, and integrity, but most of all he loved Jesus. He has a degree in Banking and Finance. Most of his life he was involved in banking and retired from the Commercial Bank as a Branch Manager. He devoted his life to serving the Salem-Keizer communities through his involvement in various committees. Carl met and married Mary Bergland and they were married for over 69 years. Carl was a long-time member of Salem Evangelical Church and the 1st.
Nazarene Church of Salem. He was a devoted Christian and loved the Lord and his family. A private family burial will be held with a public Celebration of his life later at the 1st. Gene was born and raised in Minnesota on a farm with his parents and siblings. He joined the Navy and served his country. From there he lived in Dallas, Oregon and worked for a logging company where he met his wife Betty and her three children. A man that loved many things, his family was always first. His children Chris, Tammy and Marty meant the world to him. Gene loved selling cars and made a career out of it.
He bought his ranch in to raise beef cattle and he did this with much love and pride until his last breath. He truly enjoyed his cows. He also loved to hunt and fish. Gene was a wonderful person who will be missed dearly by all of us. He was a member of the band and football team. Upon graduation, he joined the U. Army and was stationed in Germany. Walt was very proud to serve his country and was a retired army veteran. Walt lived in the Salem area for about 35 years with the exception of the last 7 months living in Reno, Nevada under the loving care of Donna Ellis.
Walt was a licensed pilot and loved to fly. He enjoyed going out on his boat fishing and crabbing. Walt was always very active and liked being outside whether it was water or snow skiing, golfing or just working out in his yard. Walt is preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Gloria and Mary. For service information contact Donna Ellis by texting She died on January 31, of age-related causes at the age of Kay was the first of three daughters born to Elmore and Anna Hill. Shirley followed in and Marilyn in In the family moved to Salem where her father was Superintendent of Paulus Cannery.
In she received her RN degree. In she married Ken Arnot.
They had two sons, Michael and Jeffrey. They moved to California in , where Ken was employed at Lockheed in the personnel Dept. They later divorced and she raised the boys as a single mother. She was employed in the Los Angeles School District as a school nurse. They were married in Dave was working for a Japanese firm and she spent one summer on the Island of Shikoko. In they moved back to Salem, Dave died in Kay was preceded in death by her husbands, Ken and Dave, her son Mike and her sister Shirley.
Private family services will be held at City View Cemetery. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Betty J. She attended school in the Allen, OK community. On February 14, she married the love of her life Odie B. They attended the Church of God of Prophecy in Sapulpa, OK most of their married life where lifelong friends became like family. Betty enjoyed cooking, gardening, sewing, quilting, crocheting, reading especially her Bible , and always preparing meals for friends and family. But most of all she enjoyed being with her family and serving the Lord through giving to missions and serving as Sunday School Class teacher and Ladies Mission Leader.
Betty is survived by her son Edward E. Betty is preceded in death by her husband Odie B. McKenzie, her parents Thomas J. Jared Jr. S, Salem, OR. Eizabeth Ann Newnam, 75, passed away in Keizer, Oregon after a brave battle with cancer. A retired Episcopal priest, she lived life to the fullest, with its ups and downs. Elizabeth was born to parents Col. Frank H. In their brother John was born to Frank and Mary Ann. Growing up in Houston, Elizabeth back then known as Betty was an excellent student, and active in the Baptist church, and in the high school choral group.
She taught music at Murray State Univ. Austin State Univ. Elizabeth became a full professor with tenure at Hardin-Simmons, but felt a calling for the ministry. Then, as The Rev. Elizabeth Newnam, for five years she was a vicar of St. I am a social worker, psychologist, janitor, referral service, liturgist, and minister.
Elizabeth was a social worker at the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired for some 10 years, retiring and also taking up ministry to the homeless. Then in she came to Oregon near her brother Al, his wife Marisa and family members. Born three months premature she was only able to see out of one eye and later in life had progressive limitations in her physical mobility.
Faced with physical and sometimes emotional challenges, she was persistent and resolute. Friends and co-workers said she loved dogs, chocolate and Texas Chewies from brother John ; stated her opinions; had Texas humor; advocated for the marginalized; strove not to burden others; and brought compassion from her ministry work to the Lighthouse.
A memorial service will be held for her at 1 pm on Sat. NW, Salem, OR An interment service is to be held at a later date in San Francisco. Doris Cox, 78, died Saturday. In November of she married Larry Cox from Albany and together they raised three sons, initially near, then on the Cox family Century Farm. Doris loved being involved in the everyday routine of running and maintaining the farm including spending time cultivating her garden, tending to animals and maintaining a beautiful flower garden.
In later years, she enjoyed spending time at her second home in Waldport and looking after her beloved grandchildren and chihuahuas. Doris is preceded in death by her husband Larry after 46 years of marriage. A viewing will be held from am to am at City View Funeral Home in Salem on Saturday, January 26th, with funeral service immediately following at am. Rosa was born December 12, , in Salem, OR. She was the second youngest of ten siblings. Rosa had just graduated high school in She was attending Chemeketa to pursue her dream as a teacher.
She was always driven by her selfless personality and need to help others.
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Her students will always be held close to her heart. Even though Rosa never had a family of her own, she always considered Jay Rocha as her son. She protected and cared for him like a mother would. Rosa will be accompanying her big sister, uncle and grandparents in the kingdom of God. Rosa will be missed by everyone she met. A pure soul taken too soon. Jim was preceded in death by both parents, his brothers William Lincoln Phillips Jr. Over the past 40 years dad was fortunate to spend his winter months down south in both Arizona and California. He spent many years enjoying time in both Pacific City and Neskowin.
He was an avid golfer and treasured his time with all of his golfing buddies, especially their yearly golf tournament in Neskowin PRGA. We will be forever grateful to our mother Joan who made it possible for us to provide family home care for our dad. The power of love, kindness and compassion gave our dad peace and gratitude until he was ready for his eternal home. Private family interment will be in Mt. Crest Abbey Mausoleum. Esther left us to be with her Lord and Savior on December 19, Esther was born to John E. Esther attended Middle and High School in Corvallis.
Shortly after graduation she married Carl E. They lived in Corvallis, Bandon, and Aumsville due to the variety of jobs Carl had. He had his own logging truck and also worked as a roofer as well as other jobs.
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In they bought acreage near Brooks. Carl passed away in They met at Grace Baptist church where he was active in all the church activities. She has known 3 different pastors during her membership with Grace Baptist. It is her favorite because it says it all for a Christian to follow. Esther had opened up her lovely home and yard to her church family, small group bible class and other friends.
All have enjoyed her hospitality and friendly manner. In order to keep busy and active, Esther attended the Sojourners and Missionary groups at her church. She also had a membership with the courthouse athletic club where she attended water aerobics regularly. She was always willing to pray for others in need and participated in 2 different prayer chain groups. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husbands, Carl and Bill, her son Larry, her sisters, Marion and Irene and brothers Donnie and Tommy.
Esther is survived by her sons John Patty of Salem, Mike Shirley of Lebanon, Daughter-in-law Terry of Dalles, Seven grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Grace Baptist Church Building fund, or a donation to a charity of your choice. Mildred B. She attended Amity-area grade and high schools and grew up on the family dairy farm in Hopewell. She married Guy R.
Freshour in They lived in the Dayton area, with a brief stint in Tillamook, until taking over the Freshour family farm, in rural Dayton, along the Willamette River, in She became a partner in the farm life and worked hard to make a success of this family operation. In the meantime, she was a good mother to three young boys, Ron, Jerry and Lynn. In she decided to supplement the farm income and became an Avon sales representative. As with all of her endeavors, this turned out to be a huge success and by the corporate office at Avon in Pasadena, CA, asked her to be an Avon District Manager.
She accepted and took over a territory that included most of the state of Oregon, excluding Portland, and this was to be her vocation for the next 20 years. She played piano, organ and keyboard and had a beautiful singing voice and she mostly used those talents in Godly praise.
She became an accomplished artist in her later adult life, excelling in oil painting, drawing and crafts. She was a member of the Salem Art Association and the Keizer Art Association and she taught art for a number of years. She was a prolific story writer, poet and musical composer. Her family is blessed to have the memories and the music she put to paper over the years. The family moved to Salem in and became Keizer residents in , where Mildred has predominately resided ever since.
Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, three of her siblings, her husband Guy and husband Wesley White She was very proud of her family, which includes eight grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. NE, Salem. In lieu of flowers, the family is suggesting a donation to Willamette Valley Hospice, 3rd St. Was one of the last three sport lettermen at Salem High School in football, basketball and baseball.
Attended college freshman year at San Mateo Junior College. Commissioned Naval aviator in and saw extended combat action as a fighter pilot aboard the U. He was a member of the American Fighter Aces Association. In May of he was flown back to Washington D. Returned to Willamette University College of Law and graduated in Was admitted to the Oregon State Bar January 1, For 21 years was associated as a partner with late Judge Otto R.
Williams P. He was appointed as Chairman of the Liquor Control Commission in Was long-time trial counsel for State Farm Mutual in Salem beginning in , when with Judge Skopil, the firm was active in acquisition of the properties where State Farm Company had its regional office. He was long active in garden activities; Little League Baseball; he enjoyed fishing of all kinds; and was one of the original three Salem men who incorporated and constructed Illahe Hills Country Club.
He is survived by his wife of 47 years, A. He grew up on a farm with 3 brothers and 4 sisters. He was honorably discharged in and soon afterwards, married his sweetheart, Arwilla.
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They started a family and moved to Salem in so that their daughter, Caroline could attend the School for the Deaf. Bill worked for the State Highway Department in Salem until he retired. Bill and Arwilla loved to travel and visit family and friends. They attended the Salem Free Methodist church and were very involved throughout the years. Bill passed away on Wednesday, December 5th surrounded by family.
He was 93 at the time of his death. He is preceded in death by his cherished wife, Arwilla, 2 brothers and 3 sisters. Bill will always be remembered as a quiet, sweet, gentle, loving man who loved Jesus, his family and friends, and pickles. Kevin James Kling age 57 from Salem Oregon passed away before sunrise on December 5, of natural causes. He was the first born to a family of 7 children. Kevin loved fishing from a very early age. The family went on many weekend picnics at lakes so his father could fish.
Later the weekend fishing trips were with dad and his four eldest siblings. These trips also gave his mom some quiet time as well. His skills with fishing grew when he moved with his family to the Northwest. He fished for trout, steelhead, salmon and sturgeon, and even did some commercial fishing in the Pacific Ocean. Kevin always had a great story to tell and many were of his fishing adventures. He loved teaching others especially young people how to fish. He was loved by all young neighbors. He built these relationships often because of his love of walking the neighborhood with his pets.
Kevin loved music and attended school to become a radio DJ. He ended up working in the horticultural industry at Monrovia Nursery which is a major supplier of new plants to retail nurseries. During his decades of work there he built many innovative machines, and some were from hand sketches of concepts. His name appears on three patents. Kevin dealt with epileptic seizures since his preteen age and had many changes in medication and eventually had to resign from work to protect his health.
Kevin missed having a job but found many projects to do for others, including beautiful hand-built decks. Kevin and his earlier partner Toni Kathleen adopted two boys Keenen James and Kyler Jacob and provided them with good parenting. Kevin was preceded in death by his mother Janet Eleanor Kling in His surviving family includes 10 nephews and 2 nieces. Her parents were William and Leah Morgenstern.
She went to High School in Salina, Kansas where she graduated in Corki married Warren in Salem, June 15, He passed away in They had 3 children Jim, Vicki and Dave. She loved her children. The family would go on many fishing trips and visits to the coast.
Those who were special to Corki will remember the many greeting cards that she would send for all kinds of occasions, using stickers to make each card special. She took a long time to make the card just right. She had a passion for this. Corki worked at many different occupations. As a teenager during the depression, she worked for a boss who told her to put a hole in the scoop of ice cream when dishing it out.
Of course she did not do that. She made large full scoops. She worked in Salem at Kelly-Farquhar Cannery, graveyard shift as a timekeeper. She loved the night time. She then worked at Capital Press where she would travel around the country in her Big Blue Thunderbird, trying to sell subscriptions. After that Corki worked for a real estate company, Abrahms and Rossbach Realty. At one point, when her bosses were on vacation, a street had to be named, so it was up to her. Corki would just smile when she told the story. It was there that she met her very good friends Leann and Tari. They both said that Corki was a very special person.
They continued to share greeting cards with her through A long friendship. Her other very close friend was Dorothy whom she met in her earlier years in Salem. They were so close. One time, probably around , Dorothy had to get Corki her birthday present. Since her Birthday was the 21st day in December, it happened to be snowing that day, but Dorothy drove through the snow to deliver it. What a joy that was. Corki took care of her mother for many years moving in with her eventually. She showed much love and concern for her.
Although this was a lot of work for Corki, she did it on her own, asking for little help. She loved her mother. Corki had a love for her church, Redeemer Lutheran Church. She joined in many of the activities and I remember when she told me she was sharpening the pencils for the Sunday service. Every week she would buy special pencils with sayings and pictures on them for the church service on Sunday. She would make sure they were sharpened. At that time she was living on Fisher Road.
When she came back she was determined to sell her house. So a search for homes landed her on Sunflower Way. She had such wonderful neighbors. She painted her house green, and the church built her a sidewalk on the side of her house. I will always remember her sitting on her bench in front of her home. The respite program there is a blessing.
It was for people with memory difficulties. For 5 hours they would have social activities with others, lunch, snacks, singing, doing crafts and exercise. Thank you Among Friends. In the last 2 years Corki had been living at a care facility Harmony House. Her last costume at Halloween was as a Princess. The love that they show to the residents is amazing. They knew her favorite color was Pink so they dressed her in pink and any craft activity they did would include Pink.
Bless you Harmony House. That did send me in a direction as I had horses for 40 years. I have a picture in my mind of her sitting tall in the audience during a show with a very large smile on her face. Such a precious mommi who showed her love for me. I miss her so. I love you mommi.
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Jeremy Scott pegou no pior pesadelo de um criador e transformou-o no fio condutor das suas propostas estivais. Estas poetas fazem-no todos os dias. Antes da gala dos 70th Emmy Awards norte-americanos, esta noite em Los Angeles, a capital portuguesa recebeu a semi-final do 46th International Emmy Awards. Com direito a premiados e passadeira vermelha, claro. Nova silhuetas, novos tecidos, o tule de sempre.
A Vogue entrevistou a ex-Spice Girl para descobrir tudo o que tem para nos oferecer. Horas antes do desfile, a Vogue sentou-se com a it-girl-tornada-designer para falar das suas musas do dia-a-dia e dos destinos que a inspiram - de Ibiza a Skegness. O norte-americano ambiciona um otimismo global e fez do seu desfile o ponto de partida para essa utopia. Da beleza francesa de Vanessa Paradis ao cool girl americano de Kristen Stewart, revisitamos as musas favoritas de Karl Lagerfeld. Substantivo feminino. Mulher formosa.
Spoiler alert: nem sequer precisa de ser uma mulher. Aumente-se o volume. Nos ombros, nos cabelos, nas camisolas. Chiara Ferragni: tudo sobre os vestidos Dior Haute Couture do seu casamento. O foco deste "Casamento Real italiano"? Aqui, a Vogue fala em exclusivo com Maria Grazia Chiuri, diretora criativa da Dior, e com a noiva sobre como as silhuetas empowering de cada design celebram as mulheres. The Ferragnez: a welcome party antes do casamento de Chiara Ferragni e Fedez. Demorou dez segundos a trocar o top.
O dramatismo do bailado russo de Tchaikovsky, estampado na saia plissada da Bimba y Lola. Human, um novo projeto experimental fundado por Simon Huck, quer ver respondida. As mulheres do norte da Europa sabem vestir. Se a idade importasse, o estilo tinha prazo de validade. Fez parte de uma das maiores girls band dos anos 90, mas quando se separaram, enveredou por outro caminho - o da Moda.
Nunca esqueceremos Pina. Se pensava que regresso dos anos se ia ficar apenas pelos coordenados Juicy Couture, pela Dior Saddle Bag ou pelo lip gloss, pense outra vez. O evento que celebra a arte urbana mais cool de Lisboa mudou de casa. Passar despercebida? Quando era pequena, queria ser cozinheira ou enfermeira. Percorremos o Instagram em busca dos melhores fbf e tbt das it girls. Nasceu Chanel. Hoje, despedimo-nos de Franklin, mas apenas fisicamente. Mas aqui fica: uma carta de amor aberta aos saltos altos. Been there done that.
Mas estes livros conseguem ser ainda mais absurdos do que a demora do Metro em Lisboa. Porque adoramos celebridades? Corria o ano de Fomos investigar. O que queremos? E como queremos? Falar com Karlie Kloss tem dois efeitos consecutivos. Claro que sim. A equipa da Vogue Portugal a escolher os momentos dos anos que ainda a fazem feliz? That's hot.
Sim, estivemos mesmo com as Nonstop. O seu nome? Yves Saint Laurent, claro. A Vogue revisitou dez coordenados de Jackie Kennedy que poderiam viver, ainda hoje, no nosso guarda-roupa. Vai uma aposta? Correr, saltar, cair, levantar. Era um desejo antigo do criador. Aos oito anos, decidiu que queria ser atriz. Onze anos depois de ter conquistado Nova Iorque, a atriz plantou a bandeira em Paris, e conversou com a Vogue sobre o seu mais recente projeto. Suspeitamos que sim. O Spider Man foi picado por uma aranha.
A nossa resposta? Ecoa no subconsciente de cada um quando a ideia de remodelar a casa de banho surge,. Levi's x Jessyjames. Quer descobrir os melhores spots para estender a toalha na relva? A Vogue ajuda. As molduras podem ser o upgrade perfeito. Lee Pfayfer acabou de chegar, mas tem entrada direta na lista de objetos de desejo da Vogue. Vestidos longos e brilhantes, silhuetas bem definidas e tecidos delicados fizeram parte de uma passerelle liderada por Alessandra Ambrosio.
Perseguidores, matreiros, indiscretos. O que seria da silly season sem um teste de personalidade? Miguel Guilherme conta tudo. Porque nunca houve altura mais perfeita para cheirar e ficar a cheirar a fruta.