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Aug 15, 2016


College in Florida. Darlene was a cosmetologist for over 25 years, working at Obsessions Salon and Day Spa in Roebuck, S.C and The Hair Studio in Port Charlotte, Fla. Above all things, she enjoyed spending time with her family, friends, and clients. Darlene’s passion in life was to make people feel special and beautiful. She was a selfless soul, always putting other’s needs above her own. In addition to her parents, Darlene is survived by her husband, Timothy Roth; her children, Jason and Laura Larose, Jeremy and Hailey Larose, Jenessa and Richard Tamargo, and Jacob Roth; her grandchildren, Ayden Larose, Ella Rae Larose, Jaeley Larose, Anthony Tamargo, Benjamin Larose, Angel Tamargo, and Jaxon Larose; and her siblings, Bonnie Domina, Penny Domina, Lonnie Domina, Tina Smith, Michael Domina, Harvey Domina, and Archie Domina, Jr. She was predeceased by her paternal grandparents, Archie and Adeline Domina; maternal grandparents, Alan and Beatrice Martin; and nephews, Barry Rice and Brandon Rainville. Visiting hours will be held Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Spears Funeral Home, 96 Dickinson Ave., Enosburg Falls. A time of visitation will be held Friday, Aug. 12, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Spears Funeral Home. A funeral service will follow at the funeral home on Friday at 12 p.m. with Pastor Patrick Hoadley officiating. Interment will be follow in the Montgomery Center Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Levine Cancer Institute, c/o Carolinas Healthcare Foundation, 208 East Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203. Mess... (St. Albans Messenger)

Jul 27, 2016

Souhan: 'There is a reason Twins employees wept on Monday'

HD. That spring, I asked to go on a scouting trip with Ryan, then the Twins vice president of player personnel. He took me to Port Charlotte to see Nolan Ryan face the Pirates. After a couple of bloop hits, Terry Ryan noticed Nolan’s face turning red and said, “This bird [the batter] better be loose up there.” The next pitch hit that bird in the ribs. Terry Ryan could spot a Class A non-prospect 300 feet away wearing a generic warmup pullover and tell you who he was and why he couldn’t hit a slider on the inside corner. He also could name any tune that came on any loudspeaker in any ballpark in America in five notes or fewer. There are vintage stories about Ryan wafting around hundreds of ballparks in America, including the time he tried to turn in a rental car after a scouting trip, was told he was going to be charged for a full week instead of a few days. He got mad, drove it from Chicago to most of the Southern states and returned it with thousands of miles logged. Having changed the oil himself. Because he wanted to make a point, but he didn’t want to ruin the car. This spring, I spoke with Rob Antony about Ryan. Antony is succeeding Ryan on an interim basis and probably knew all along he would be next in line whenever Ryan moved on. “I just hope Terry stays on the job for a long time,” Antony said. “That’s all any of us around here want. We think we’ve got a good thing going.” His teams’ failures got Ryan fired, and that’s fair, that’s the way the sports world works, but Ryan’s departure is the end of one particular kind of era. I know Rick Spielman and Chuck Fletcher. I’ve enjoyed speaking with Tom Thibodeau. I think Mark Coyle has a puncher’s chance with the Gophers. In each case, I have friends and associates in common with these people and have heard good things about each of them as workers and humans. But my only evidence of their behavior is anecdotal. Most of the times you see them, they are behind a podium ... (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Apr 22, 2016

Obits for week of April 14

Flowers gratefully declined. Pulse was born and raised in Weirton, West Virginia. He was a long-time resident of Port Charlotte, Florida where he was a member of Punta Gorda Elks Lodge #2606 and former security guard at Buffalo General Hospital. Online guest register at Helen M. Liebler Helen M. (nee Sullivan) Liebler, of Hamburg, died on April 10. Helen M. (nee Sullivan) Liebler, loving mother of Beth (Michael) Mullane, David “Murph” (Dawn) Liebler, and John (Joi) Liebler, and the late Robert “Robbie” Liebler; cherished grandmother of Bailey, Reid, Sarah, Ryan, and Logan; beloved daughter of the late John and Sadie (nee Murphy) Sullivan; dearest sister of Peggy (late Jack) Sullivan, Mary (late James) Galvin, John M.D. (Sally) Sullivan, and the late Patricia (late Ray) Young, Sally (late Bill) O’Neill, and James “Mick” (late Dolores) Sullivan; former spouse of the late Robert Liebler; sister-in-law of Carl (Eleanor) Liebler, and the late George “Tip” (late Shirley) Liebler, and Mary Lou (late Bill) Wright; also survived by many nieces and nephews. The family will be present from 5—8 p.m. on Thursday, April 14 at the (Hamburg Chapel) John J. Kaczor Funeral Home, Inc., at 5453 Southwestern Blvd. (Corner of Rogers Rd.). A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, April 15 at St. Francis of Assisi Church, at 4263 St. Francis Dr. in Hamburg (Please Assemble at Church). Please share condolences at Mark J. Colmerauer Mark J. Colmerauer, 45, of Hamburg, died April 6. Mark J. Colmerauer, died suddenly on April 6. H... (Hamburg Sun)

Dec 30, 2015

Muriel Alida Wordelman

Muriel was preceded in death by her mother, father, three brothers, and her husband of 70 years.  She is survived by her sons Todd (Stephanie) of Port Charlotte, Florida, Scott (Donna) of St. Paul, and daughter Vicky (Dennis Herschbach) of Sartell.  Six grandchildren: Erik Wordelman (Ann), Sarah (John Roehrich), Dan Schaefer, Mark Schaefer (Kim), Ryan Wordelman, and Brent Wordelman (Kari); and also eight great-grandchildren: Emma, Abby, Erin, Mason, Laura, Jack, Tyler, and Berit. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church in Benson. Please sign the guest book at . (Swift County Monitor)

Dec 30, 2015

New owner promises changes for Port Charlotte Promenades Mall

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla.- Many changes are in store for The Promenades Mall off of U.S. 41 in Port Charlotte as new ownership takes over. Although the center is buzzing with shoppers, most people think it still needs a spot to eat. “I mean there’s everything here, why not add a restaurant, I mean everyone would come here,” said resident Sandy Ward. “Well if it was a restaurant, breakfast… there’s no good breakfast around here,” said Victoria Shelton. A public survey shows hundreds of people agree they’d like to see a restaurant or two in the busy shopping center. New owner, Jeff Morr says he wants to make that happen. Morr would also like to add covered walkways and to brighten up the mall with improved landscaping. “Flowers, bushes, more palm trees… especially flowers, add some color,” said Ward. “I think they should add flowers or something like that to make it pretty looking,” said Bonnie Kinney, who works at the Promenades Mall. Business owner Rhonda Mongeon couldn’t be more excited fo... (Wink News)

Oct 12, 2015

Thieves steal Port Charlotte bakery's delivery truck

Local & State By WINK NEWS •   October 6, 2015 PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla.- Detectives are looking for two people who stole a Port Charlotte bakery’s delivery truck last weekend. The 2007 Ford E350 box truck was taken from the parking lot of Flowers Bakery Outlet on the 500 block of Tamiami Trail sometime overnight between Sunday, Sept. 27 and Monday, Sept. 28. Authorities say the truck had a Nature’s Own wrap with Florida tag Y19BAE. Surveillance video captured two young people walking toward the truck at about 8:45 p.m. on Sunday evening. If you have any information, call the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office at 941-639-2101 and ask for district detectives, or Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers at 800-780-TIPS (8477). (Wink News)


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