Online Memorial Service – Memorial Memories Tue, 28 Jun 2022 06:36:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Online Memorial Service – Memorial Memories 32 32 Donald John Gregerson | News, Sports, Jobs Tue, 28 Jun 2022 06:36:12 +0000

Donald John Gregerson

Donald John Gregerson, 71, of Cherry Grove, Pennsylvania, died Friday, June 24, 2022 at Bradford Manor in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Don was born on July 10, 1950 in Erie, Pennsylvania to the late Magnus Gregerson and Ethel McCulla Gregerson.

Don was a 1969 graduate of Warren High School. After high school, he served in the US Army Reserves for two years. He worked at Rexnord as a machinist. Don enjoyed hunting and fishing, driving his truck, and spending time with family.

Don is survived by his daughters: Nancy Bergstrom and husband, Darryl of Sugar Grove, Pa., and Vicky Peterson and husband. Thomas of Lewis Run, Pa.; five grandchildren: Alesha Bergstrom and husband, Charles Morris III, Andrew Bergstrom, Dominique, Abigail and Christian Peterson; two great-grandchildren: Claira and Lucas Morris; Sisters: Donna Roberts of Georgia, Viola Okeff of Warren, Pa., Janice Ross of Albion, Pa., Bonnie BeBe of Jamestown, NY; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to his parents, Don is preceded in death by a sister, Mary.

Friends will be made Tuesday, June 28, 2022 from 5-8 p.m. and Wednesday, June 29, 2022 before the funeral at the Peterson-Blick Funeral Home Inc, 1003 Penna Ave. E. Warren, PA Received There will be a service at 11 am, officiated by Rev. Bill Beatty.

A burial service will be held immediately after the service at Cherry Grove Cemetery.

Memorial donations can be made to the Cherry Grove Fire Department, 6045 Cherry Grove Road, Clarendon, Pa.

Those wishing to offer their condolences online can do so by visiting www.peterson

Patricia Wiley | Obituary | record eagle Sun, 26 Jun 2022 07:36:55 +0000

May 1, 1929
June 3, 2022

Patricia Ann Wiley died peacefully at the age of 93 on June 3, 2022 at the Grand Traverse Pavilions in Traverse City.
Pat was a “May Day” baby, born May 1, 1929 in Urbana, Illinois. She was the youngest of Edwin and Rose (Little) Pilchard’s five children.
Pat attended Urbana High, University of Illinois and received her Registered Nurse degree specializing in Emergency Care from the Wesley Memorial School of Nurse in Chicago. In Chicago she met her future husband Philip K. Wiley. They married in 1952.
After Phil’s residency, they moved to Traverse City, where they raised a family of four boys on Seventh Street.
Pat chose a career that involved making the house, making friends, and volunteering.
She loved decor, entertainment, travel, crafts, Silver Lake, skiing and golf (her line-drive roller hole-in-one at TCG&CC was witnessed by three others).
Pat and Phil shared their hobbies, interests and boys with several longtime friends and their families. Phil left us on January 31, 2001.
Pat was a lifelong Methodist and actively attended Central United Methodist Church in Traverse City. She has served on several church boards and has been active in the fellowship meal program, prayer chain and parish committee.
She supported every charity for a good cause and treasured her decades of service in the PEO sorority. Pat helped organize the fundraiser for Traverse City’s First Symphony Home Tour and opened her Seventh Street home to the community. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Silver Lake Association, past President of the Munson Medical Auxiliary, and has held state-level paramedic positions. She has been a volunteer nurse for the American Cancer Society, the Tri-County Health Department, and the Red Cross Blood Mobile. She also served in hospice and bereavement. Pat also raised funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, helped with the early Vasa races, and volunteered her boys to help clean up the bottom of the Boardman River under the Union Street Bridge.
Appropriately renamed by her two-year-old first granddaughter in 1989, Pat has been known as “Bama” ever since.
Bama is survived by her four sons; seven giants; and five great-grandchildren; son Thomas of Missouri; son Timothy (Kathie) of Traverse City; son Paul (Lisa) of Traverse City with their daughters and families Lydia (Eamon) and boys Winston and Archie Smith of Traverse City; Laura (Wilson) and daughter Wiley Hart Duty of Tacoma, Washington; Lillian (Ben) and boys Warren and Leo Swan from Traverse City; and Claire Wiley (Ryan Hughes) from Ann Arbor; and son, Philip (Michelle), children, Philip, Nicole and Anna, all from Durango, Colorado.
A memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 24 at 2:00 p.m. at the Central United Methodist Church in Traverse City.
In lieu of flowers, Bama would appreciate a donation to the Hickory Hills development, 233 N. Madison Street, Traverse City, MI 49684 or online at
Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home and Cremation Services is taking care of Patricia and her family. You can see her tribute page at

Published on June 26, 2022

Karl Richardson | Obituary | New castle messages Fri, 24 Jun 2022 07:59:11 +0000

Nov. 2, 1932
June 23, 2022

Carl L Richardson
Carl L. Richardson, 89, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, died on June 23, 2022 at his home in Plain Grove Township, Lawrence County after a long journey with dementia.
Carl was born on November 2, 1932 to Blaine and Gladys Richardson and grew up with his sister Nancy Richardson Rupert in the small town of Elderton, Pennsylvania.
From 1955 to 1957 he served in the US Navy as a Fire Control Engineer
Carl married Carol A. Jack in 1959 and later married Mary Brzezicki in 1983.
He worked for Magnetics/Spang in East Butler, Pennsylvania for 40 years until his retirement in 1994.
Carl will always be remembered by his family for his deep connection to nature.
An avid deer hunter and steward of the land, he could often be seen in a wide-brimmed hat and long-sleeved shirt working on his many projects.
His grandchildren have their memories of boating on the lakes and of the fish with Grandpa being attracted to the fish food he threw to groups of bass, crappie, bluegills and the occasional carp.
Gardening and growing was also a passion. Together with his wife Mary he maintained a large vegetable garden and a beautiful orchard and with his children planted thousands of trees which now densely cover the land.
Most importantly, Carl will be remembered for his wisdom and leadership. He could always be counted on day or night for good advice or just to listen.
He found great solace in later life in studying the Bible and enjoyed fellowship as an active member of the Plain Grove Presbyterian Church. Though his memory was faint at the end, his strength will live on to inspire his family. While his spirit has moved on, his memory will live on in the trees that hug the shores of the lakes.
Carl is survived by his wife, Mary B. Richardson; Children, Kathleen Richardson, Diane Richardson and Jay Richardson, all from Volant; stepson, Michael Brzezicki; stepdaughter Suzanne Fields; grandchildren, Parker Maynard, Stephanie Sale, Jacob Richardson, David Shields, Diana Shields, Daniel Shields, Dana Shields, Athena Fowler, Anna Heasley, Faith Richardson, Scott Fields and Vickie Guzan; and five great-grandchildren.
Carl is buried in Morningside Cemetery in DuBois, Pennsylvania, and a memorial service is planned for late summer.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations at Carl’s Memorial to Plain Grove Presbyterian Church, 626 Plain Grove Road, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, 16057, (724) 530-2144,
To offer online condolences to Bill’s family, please visit

Published on June 24, 2022

Obituary for Gary Lynn Blaise – Democrat from Memphis Wed, 22 Jun 2022 09:10:15 +0000

Gary Lynn Blaise, 70, of Keosauqua, IA, died Monday, June 13, 2022 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. The funeral service with military honors will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at 11:00 am at the Pedrick Funeral Home in Keosauqua, IA, conducted by Pastor Danny Cary. The burial will take place immediately afterwards at Mt. Moriah Cemetery near Douds. The visit begins Friday 17 June 2022 at 2pm at the Pedrick Funeral Home in Keosauqua with family present to greet friends from 5pm to 7pm

Memorial donations in Gary’s honor can be made to the Mt. Moriah Cemetery Association.

Friends can send condolences online at

Gary Lynn Blaise was born on August 24, 1951 in Hannibal, MO to Dwight and Faye Sutton Blaise. Gary graduated from the Mephis, MO high school class in 1969 and shortly thereafter enlisted in the United States Navy. During his 20-year career in the Navy, he held many different roles that allowed him to transition from black shoe to brown shoe and career advisor. On his first break home from his tour, he met the love of his life, Connie Gonterman. The two were married on January 13, 1977 and were together for over 47 years.

Gary remained employed after retiring from the service, including helping out with the administration of the Vet’s Club at Keosauqua. Gary had three very important things in his life, his country, his family and his friends.

He cherished any time he spent with Connie and his family and loved holding his new great-granddaughter. He knew no stranger and everyone he met became a new friend. Gary will be missed by his family and many friends.

Gary was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Harold Blaise, and his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ralph and Betty Gonterman.

In his honor remains his loving wife Connie Blaise of Keosauqua, IA; three children, Dennis (Vanessa) Barber Jr. of Birmingham, IA, Derek Blaise of Cherokee, IA, and Damian Blaise of Newton, IA; seven grandchildren, Jocelyn, Colt, Kolbi, Callie, Trinity, Damian Jr. and Darrell; a great-granddaughter, Paisley; three brothers, Gerald, Sonny and David Blaise; two sisters, Marcella Girardin and Laveta Comstock, and many other relatives and friends.

Charles E. Duhamell: Coshocton Beacon Today Mon, 20 Jun 2022 14:14:32 +0000

Charles E. Duhamell, 78, of Coshocton, died at his home on Friday, June 10, 2022.

He was born on December 31, 1943 in Coshocton, Ohio to the late Ernie and Nettie (Shaw) Duhamell. He was a graduate of Coshocton High School. On April 4, 1964, he married Beatrice “Elaine” (Denney) Duhamell, who survives. He worked as a miner for the Peabody Coal Company in Coshocton. He loved collecting sports cards and owned and operated Charlie’s Card Shop in Coshocton. He enjoyed sponsoring softball teams and coaching his children. He has always had a deep love for fishing and asked to fish until his very last days. Charles was a born again Christian and it was very important that his family was saved. He also drove a church bus and often sang in the church. As his children grew older, he loved spending time with and pampering his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He will be missed.

With his wife Elaine Duhamell, Charles is survived by his children Kim Minton, Brett (Angela) Duhamell and Bill (Renee) Duhamell, all of Coshocton; grandchildren, Josh, Kelsi and Cassidy Duhamell, Justin (Kelsey) Duhamell and Dejay (Clay) Wilson; great-grandchildren, Cash, Adley and Colt Duhamell and Lexi Wilson; as well as his niece Julie Sells.

Charles is preceded in death by his sister Carol Deffenbaugh and nephew Larry Deffenbaugh.

A cremation took place at his request and a memorial service will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21 at the Miller Funeral Home, conducted by Ric Bonice.

An online memorial can be viewed at

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Nancy C. Boucher | obituaries Sat, 18 Jun 2022 21:01:33 +0000

Nancy C. Boucher, 69, of Lowville, NY, passed away peacefully early Friday, June 17, 2022 with her loving husband Mark by her side.

Nancy was born in Lowville on July 30, 1952 to the late John R. and the late Betty L. (Payne) Schieder. She was predeceased by her brother John in 1977. She married Mark F. Boucher on March 2, 1972.

Nancy graduated from LACS and the Central Business Institute for Business and Accounting. After completing her education, Nancy worked as an accountant for her father, Dr. John R. Schieder in his dental practice. She found joy in being hostess at Greystone Manor for many years and eventually retired from the accounts department of Lewis County General Hospital.

Nancy’s hobbies included landscaping, gardening, bird watching and cooking. She really enjoyed hanging out with the “Elks crew” and taking trips to Boston with them and her husband Mark. Most importantly, she adored her family and loved spending time with them, especially her only grandson, Leo. As the eldest sibling, she took pride in guiding her three younger brothers through life’s many pitfalls and guiding them successfully into their distinguished adulthood.

She is survived by her 50-year-old husband Mark, their son Erik (Wendie) Boucher; her grandson Leo Boucher; her two brothers James (Jackie) Schieder; Andrew (Mary Beth) Schieder; in-laws, Kevin (Deb) Kent; and many nieces and nephews.

Nancy chose to donate her mortal remains to the SUNY Upstate for scientific study, hoping to help others in death as she attempted in life.

A memorial service with Evan Zehr will be held at 11:00 am on Wednesday, June 22 at First Presbyterian Church in Lowville. A reception follows at the Lowville Elks Club.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to a charity of your choice to commemorate Nancy Boucher.

Her condolences can be expressed online at

Nancy was very caring and loving towards those who had the opportunity to meet her and her spirit, laughter and energy will truly be missed by all.

Jackie Glen Robinson – Bowie News Fri, 17 Jun 2022 05:42:18 +0000

December 11, 1962 – June 6, 2022
NOCONA – Jackie Glen Robinson, 59, died on June 6, 2022.
A visitation was held on June 12 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Jerry Woods Funeral Home Chapel in Nocona. A memorial service was held at 2 p.m. on June 13 at First Baptist Church in Nocona, presided over by the Rev. Dave Woodbury. Burial followed in Nocona Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bob Burke, Tim Cline, Jackie Cline, Jerry Branch, Woody Brown, Mickie Lester, Colin Hubanks, Doug Box and Don Henderson.
Robinson was born on December 11, 1962 in Sherman to Jack and Carolyn Pearson Robinson. He worked most of his life as a mechanic, first for the United States Air Force, where he served for more than 20 years, then later for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Fort Worth. He married Elizabeth Gregory on August 29, 2000 in Pantego, TX.
He was very involved in the communities in which he lived as a member of the National Guard Association of Texas, Deer Creek Masonic Lodge #510 in Everman, TX, the Nocona Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the First Baptist Church in Nocona.
Robinson precedes his father and stepfather, JD Cline, in death.
He is survived by his wife; Mother; sons, Nick Gilliland and Jon Gilliland, both from Mansfield; stepchildren, Samantha Layton, Huntsville and Bryan Layton, Bells; sisters, Ronnette Goodman, Sherman and Tonja Craft, Denison; Brother John Robinson, Cherry Mound, TX; four step-siblings; 10 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Memorial donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.
Arrangements entrusted to the Jerry Woods Funeral Home Chapel in Nocona.

Phyllis B. Fetter Obituary – Wed, 15 Jun 2022 14:01:52 +0000

Phyllis B. Fetter, 81, of Rochester, died Monday June 13, 2022. She was the daughter of Byron and Ethel (Nason) Bell. She was the widow of Edward A. Fetter.

Her family includes two daughters, Donna Rothwell and her husband John, Tammy Fetter, grandson John Rothwell and his wife Jen, their two granddaughters Amy Rothwell, Marah Bohn and her husband Phil, great-grandchildren Hailey, Matthew, Connor, Evan and Owen , daughter-in-law Lisa Fetter.

She is survived by a brother, Norman Bell.

She was predeceased by her son, Mark E. Fetter, and her brother, Robert Bell.

She loved spending time with family and friends and her dog, Molly. She enjoyed crafting, spending time at camp and cooking for everyone.

A visitation and memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 18 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. at the RM Edgerly & Son Funeral Home, 86 South Main St, Rochester NH 03867. Burial will follow at Rochester Cemetery, Rochester, NH.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital or the Cocheco Valley Humane Society.

Posted June 14, 2022

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Florence Mueller, May 23, 1929 – May 23, 2022 | obituaries Sun, 12 Jun 2022 11:00:00 +0000

Florence (Flo) Cary Mueller was born on May 23, 1929 in Columbia, Missouri to Orville and Ruth McNatt. She was the eldest of eight children. She died on her 93rd birthday, May 23, 2022, at her home in Colombia from health complications following a fall.

Flo graduated from Hickman High School and later attended college at the University of Missouri-Columbia to pursue personal interests such as art history. She married D. Keith Mueller and had two children, Henry Rollo Mueller II (Hank) and Florence Michelle Griffitts. She worked for the Missouri Department of Health for many years in the 1980s and 1990s, first at the Missouri Cancer Registry and later as Administrative Assistant to the Director of the Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. During this time, at around the age of 60, Flo also learned to drive and bought her first and only car, a bright red Mazda! In 1998 she retired.

Loved by her family and friends, she will be remembered for her positive and loving nature, her many kindnesses, the sparkle in her eyes, her playful sense of humor and her strong work ethic. Flo had a special place in her heart for children, whom she called her “rays of sunshine”. She would often make treat bags for them on special occasions. Flo was a voracious reader and also made time for other hobbies such as knitting, stamping, and making cards. She stayed active by walking her dog Angel daily, often accompanied by her “other daughter”, longtime good friend Debbie Smith.

Survivors include four siblings, Patricia Haston of Higginsville, MO, Fred McNatt (Anne) of Rudy, AR, Phyllis Pettit and Carolyn Whitney of Columbia, MO; daughter-in-law Rebecca Mueller of St. Louis, MO; two grandchildren, Erich Mueller and Katherine Mueller of St. Louis, MO; and her beloved dog Angel. Flo was preceded in death by her parents, two children, three siblings, Jane Rosenstangle, Weston McNatt and Barney E. McNatt, and two grandchildren, Keith Dale and Wilbur Van Griffitts.

A memorial service will be held on June 25 at 11:00 am at Calvary Episcopal Church, 123 South Ninth Street, Columbia, MO. Commemorative gifts can be sent to Columbia Second Chance (animal rescue), PO Box 10186, Columbia, MO; the American Diabetes Association, or (800) 342-2383; or Calvary Episcopal Church at the address provided or online at

Jean Ruth (Bonnell) Wood | News, Sports, Jobs Fri, 10 Jun 2022 09:30:26 +0000

Jean Ruth (Bonnell) Wood, 88, of Nashua, New Hampshire, died at her home on Friday, June 3, 2022. She was born on January 13, 1934 in Newark, New York to the late William F. and Eureta (Trumbell) Bonnell. Jean graduated from Morrisville College in Morrisville, New York and received an associate degree in Food Service Administration.

She was the wife of the late Charles H. Wood, who passed away on April 18, 2013.

Jean was Director of Nutritional Services at James Square Nursing Home for many years. She was a member of the Davie United Methodist Church in Davie, FL and the Milford United Methodist Church in Milford, NH. Jean enjoyed serving other people, cooking and baking and painting.

In addition to her parents, William and Eureta, and her husband, Charles H. Wood, she was deceased of a son, Charles H. Wood II, a sister, Josephine (Bonnell) Russell, and a brother, William Robert Bonnell.

Survivors include their children Tamara Jean Hartman of Davie, FL and Kathryn Wood of Nashua; her grandchildren Daniel Gryczka, Jonathan Gryczka, Joel Wood, Rebekah Miller, Anastassia Jean Wood, Kathryn Jean England and Veronica Reczko; eight great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

SERVICES: A memorial service will be held on Friday, June 24, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. at Milford United Methodist Church, 327 N River Rd, Milford, NH. Family and friends are invited. Those wishing to make a memorial contribution on Jean’s behalf may consider making a donation to: Davie United Methodist Church, 6650 SW 47th St., Davie, FL 33314, or Milford United Methodist Church, 327 N. River Road, Milford, NH 03055. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua is assisting the family with preparations. An online guest book is available at, (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY ILLUMINATES THE OTHER.”