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EDDYVILLE – Michael L. Jennings ... and also graduated from Danville Area Community College and Eastern Illinois University. He was an electrical engineer for many years, working for FMC in Hoopeston and later for Illinois Toolworks of Itasca. (The News-Gazette)
State Police are on the lookout for an Illinois man believed to have been involved in the ... Around 3:50 pm Wednesday, the Eddyville Police Department and the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address on Woodrow Street for a welfare check. (wkdzradio.com)
To this union were born seven children, Leonard, of St. Paul, Minn; Atha, of Glenwood, Iowa; Everett, of Monmouth, Illinois; Carl, of Adel, Iowa; Elsie and Mrs. Freda Long, of Des Moines; and Herbert, of Eddyville. Mrs. Josie Jones preceded her husband in ... (findagrave.com)
She is survived by three daughters: Sharon (Edmund) DeWan of Urbana, Illinois, Sonja (Paul) Ramey of Eddyville, Kentucky, and Valerie (Bob) Krajec of West Salem; one brother, Darrell (Wanda) Roosevelt of Mt. Carmel, Illinois; eight grandchildren ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)
Lois Williams, age 94, of rural Eddyville, passed away Friday morning ... had saved from Wayne’s many love letters that included his service pay. They drove to Illinois and on Oct. 31, 1945, in Marshall, Ill., Lois and Wayne were united in marriage. (albianews.com)
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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 ...