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She lived in Moberly her entire life after that, except about two years in Madisonville, Kentucky, from September 1944 until ... granddaughter Seantelle Roe, Lebanon, Missouri; brother Joe Dubree, Decatur, Illinois; brother and spouse Russel (Jerrie ... (Moberly Monitor)
Tim is survived by his loving wife of more than 37 years, Barb Hoffman of Channing; his mother and step-father, Marie (Bill) Williams of Lebanon Junction, Ky.; his children ... A complete obituary will appear this week in The Daily News. (The Daily News Local News)
Matthew D. Clinard, 16 of Lebanon Junction, was last in the Summers Drive area of Hillview, Ky. on January 13. He is 5-feet-10-inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes. Matthew could possibly be wearing camouflage Nike tennis shoes and a Nike zip-up hoodie. (Courier-Journal)
COURIER JOURNAL OBITUARY - 12/11/1964: BOONE - John C., Sr. At 11:30 A.M. Thursday, December 10, 1964. Residence, Lebanon Junction, Ky. Survived by wife, Mary Amy Boone; sons, John C., Jr., Kenneth Paul, Francis C., Bernard R., C. Keith, Michael C. (findagrave.com)
Willard Brewer, 77, of Lebanon died Oct. 27. He was born in Campton, Kentucky, to Reed and Darlene Brewer ... Please leave family condolences at http://www.anewtradition.com/obituaries/obituary/13836_Willard_Brewer. (Albany Democrat-Herald)
I first learned about the Stress Index in my undergraduate studies. The Holmes Rahe Stress Scale gives a numeric value to many key life stressors, positive or negative. The study was conducted to determine whether the individual was at risk for developing illness based on their level of stress. In ...
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