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Survivors include one sister, Juanita “Johnnie” Gilpin of Fort Madison; one brother, Meredith “Skip” Britton of Crossville, Tenn.; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, seven brothers, including one in infancy ... (Hawk Eye)
Mrs. Whary is survived by her husband of 63 years, John J. Whary; her daughter, Cynthia "Cindy" Whary of Crossville, TN; her son, Scott Whary of Palm Bay, Fla.; twelve grandchildren; seventeen great grandchildren; her sister, Peggy Mowery of Stonington ... (PennLive.com)
Previously: CROSSVILLE, IL (WFIE) - A massive explosion Sunday rocks the town of Crossville, Illinois, causing major damage and forcing many out of their homes. The explosion happened at a chemical plant in Crossville. The White County Sheriff's Office ... (14 News)
She was born September 2, 1898, in Wayne county and spent her life here. Mr. and Mrs. Owen had no children. Funeral services were conducted from the Bailey church Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. Guy Roney officiating. Interment was in the Bailey cemetery. (genealogytrails.com)
100-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor from Tennessee lives on to tell the story On the 75th anniversary of the infamous surprise attack that killed thousands of Americans, James A. Seals recounts the day he almost died. Check out this story on ... (Mansfield News Journal)
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. From an Irish headstone" ? Richard Puz, The Carolinian Grief is a deeply personal experience that cannot be conscribed by any other person. Each person experiences the heartache of losing a loved one differently and...
What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...