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44160 Hwy 299 Ste 4
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Mar 29, 2019
Norma Lynn Greene Flowers - Daily Tribune News
Lakota Flowers, and David Flowers, Jr.; her step-children, Regina Walker (Joseph Hamil), Carie Madison, and Jessica Flowers; her siblings, Missy McArthur (Kevin), Joe Greene (Jennifer Finnell), Jeff Greene, Robert Greene (Cindy), Michael Greene (Michele); her ten step-grandchildren, her nieces and nephews, Eric Greene, Chris Greene, Tyler McArthur, Austin McArthur, Emily McArthur, and Logan McArthur; her great-nephew, Camden Greene; and her great-niece, Haiyven Greene; and her aunt, Gail Midgett. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Creekside Fellowship Church with Pastor Michael Abernathy officiating. Parnick Jennings Funeral Home and Cremation Services is honored to serve the family of Norma Lynn Greene Flowers; please visit www.parnickjenningsfuneral.com to share memories or to leave a condolence message.
... May 25, 2017
Tony Zardon, oldest remaining Washington Senator, dies in Tamarac | Video
Minneapolis-St.Paul and became the Minnesota Twins.After baseball, Zardon worked at several different jobs, including as a driver with McArthur Dairy and operating his own taxi cab company.Later in his life, Zardon enjoyed going to church with his wife and spending time with his grandchildren. Until the end, Zardon loved to talk about baseball and share stories with friends and family.“We’ve had a very loving relationship until the very end. I loved him with all my heart,” said Marlene Saumell-Zardon, his wife of 39 years. “But we know he’s in a better place.”Zardon is also survived by his children Cecilia Zardon-Zumeta, Jacqueline Canela, Eileen Escarda, Marlene Yeager and Ronald E. Escarda, as well as 13 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his sister Hilda Pereyra and son Jose Zardon Jr.A service will be held at 2 p.m. April 8 at the Calvary Chapel, 2401 W. Cypress Creek Road, in Fort Lauderdale. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to 4 Kids Ministry at Calvary.email@example.com, 954-356-4544 or Twitter @rebecapiccardo... (Sun Sentinel)Jan 26, 2017
'All the best from the driver': Anonymous bouquet sent to cyclist left with brain injury after being hit by car
Harry Simon McArthur was scheduled to go to trial at the Dunedin District Court on January 19 but instead pleaded guilty to a charge of careless driving causing injury.
For Taranaki-born victim Craig Hickford and his family, the plea brought mixed emotions.
The Hickford family, Toby, 5, with mum Stacey and Grace, 8, with dad Craig who was knocked from his bike and suffered a serious head injury.
Craig saw the last minute plea as an attempt to avoid taking responsibility.
"I guess I should be pleased, but honestly, there's a lot of me that doesn't feel too much about it," he said.
"He tried his very best to get out of it, and to blame others, to blame anything but himself. I don't have much sympathy for him."
Life changed for Craig, who was the principal at Brockville School in Dunedin at the time, when he was out riding his bike on February 14 last year.
READ MORE: *Former New Plymouth basketballer still faces long recovery*Brain injury recovery long road for former Central Otago principal Craig Hickford*Former Canterbury basketball player injured in crash
Before he could finish his ride and pick ... (The Southland Times)Jun 22, 2016
Sunny border flowers
Carroll County Ag Center at 900 Newnan Road in Carrollton, or call the Master Gardener office with your gardening questions at 770-836-8546.
McArthur is a Carroll County Master Gardener Extension volunteer and GMGA VP of Education.
(Times-Georgian)Jun 10, 2016
A day to remember
Retired Lt. Col. Garret Messner, U.S. Army, gave the Memorial Remembrance speech. He began by quoting Gen. Douglas McArthur, saying we should not mourn the men who died, but rather thank God that such brave men lived.
He said he was filled with admiration for the heroes they were honoring. .
“He belongs to posterity. He belongs to history. He has drunk deep from the challis of courage,” Messner said.
Messner retired from the Army in 2016 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University as professor and commander of the ROTC program. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, he served throughout the world, including Afghanistan, and now lives in Ormond Beach.
Also taking part in the ceremony was American Legion Post 267; Spruce Creek Gaggle Flight; Gary Flanagan of Daytona Pipes and Drums; Gwen Redmond, veteran, U.S. Navy; Civil Air Patrol Ormond Beach Senior Squadron; Susan Darden, regent, Captain James Ormond Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution; Ormond Strong and Boy Scout Troops 65 and 407.
(Ormond Beach Observer)Feb 3, 2016
Conflicting views emerge of teen suspected in Mountain Vista threat
We got along so well and were always there for each other,” she said.Another friend from freshman year, Jordan McArthur, said Johnson’s webpage frightened some students. But McArthur also saw something else in it: “I knew she was going through depression, but I didn’t know it was that bad.”McArthur recalled how Johnson brought her a present of a necklace with a healing stone during a difficult week freshman year. She was “a sweet person and a really good friend.”She was artistic and eccentric, her friends said, and idolized Kurt Cobain, the lead singer for the rock band Nirvana who struggled with drug addiction and depression and died by suicide.Johnson’s webpage reveals intricate artwork of cartoon characters, sketches of people and collages. It also has a number of poems — at least one of which is nearly identical to a poem on another person’s website — and personal writings that reflect her feelings and thoughts.A recent post on a Facebook page attributed to Johnson’s mother said much of the material in Johnson’s journal was “plagiarized.” The post, in which the author identified herself as Johnson’s mother, was on the page for about a day before being removed. The post also said Johnson was “supported, encouraged and loved” and gave no signs of being troubled or of what she is accused of planning.But in the Weebly journal, one entry reads: “Somethings (sic) not right I’m aching I’m hurting the guilt, the pain.”Another says: “Sometimes I feel like the flame on a match I’m burning without light.”One of Johnson’s art pieces is a sketched figure with the words, “Can’t explain how I feel I just know it isn’t good.”Her drawings also show unborn fetuses and a man holding a gun to his head. Two of the poems on the page are titled, “Reading the Flowers of Evil” andThe Creaky Wooden Frame of a Window (I Dreamt of Falling out of).”They are difficult to comprehend, her friends said.
“I never would have thought that she would think that stuff,” McArthur said. “I honestly never thought this would happen.”Prosecutors, law enforcement paint a different picture
Johnson and her classmate were arrested Dec. 12 after a student anonymously reported the threat to the Douglas County Sherriff’s Office through Text-A-Tip, a system that allows students to report concerns about safety, drugs and other issues anonymously, according to Sheriff Tony Spurlock and Douglas County School District officials.In the Jan. 5 court hearing, prosecutors described Johnson as a threat to herself and the community, in part, because of a detailed map she created in her handwritten journal that allegedlyoutlined where the largest number of students would be at certain times of the school day. Also in that journal were the letters “NBK,” which prosecutors said stands for “Natural Born Killers,” a violent 1990s movie that some say inspired the Columbine High School shooters in 1999.Prosecutors said Johnson admitted to faking progress while being held in December at Children’s Hospital Colorado for a psychiatric review and told detectives she was determined to carry out the threat if released.Johnson’s lawyer, public defender Ara Ohanian, has ca... (Highlands Ranch Herald)
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