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Church directories list Shanley on "sick leave" from to Bob was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend to all. Call , email showinfo newhopeautoshow. But he repeated his sworn assertion that he does not recall notifying his superiors. Call or email to Pre-Register or for info. But Law soon signed off on a decision to return him to the parish, according to church documents. He was most passionate about spending time with his wife, children and his extended family.

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The rain date is the following day, Sunday, May 6th. The four-day gathering includes various events including a visit to White Post Restorations, a driving tour with stops at several places of interest, and the annual all-Hudson car show and flea market at Skyline Caverns on Route , just south of Front Royal. The show takes place on Sunday, May 20, from 8: The public is welcome to attend the show at no charge. More information on the meet is available on the CBC website, www.

Awards to all classes; presentations at 3 p. Dash plaques to all entries; refreshments for registered participants. Registration is from 8: Dash plaques to all vehicles! This is a participant-judged show. Free spectator admission, family friendly. Bring all of your club members as there is also a Club Participation Award.

Free T-Shirt and dash plaque for the first 50 entries. I to Horizon-follow the signs. They promote and support quality volunteer representation for children to provide each child a safe, permanent, nurturing home. This Sunday afternoon event has had in excess of four hundred cars participate and approximately three thousand spectators.

We look forward to this growing into an even bigger event and have set a goal to raise even more for CASA this year. Please spread the word so that this years show is well represented by the Dallas - Fort Worth area. Find the parts you need to start your spring and summer projects! Spectator hours are Friday — Saturday 7am-6pm, and Sunday 7am-3pm.

Our acre site offers vendor spaces and a car corral. For more information, call , fax , or visit our website www. Car show from pm. Dash plaques, trophies, food, entertainment, and music. The tour begins in Jarrettsville and includes occasional stops at points of interest along the way.

Visit the website for a flyer. Music, Food, Raffles, Live Auction. One of the premiere car shows in the Rocky Mountain Region. Showcases nearly rare sports and classic cars, early collectibles and the latest exotics provided by local and regional car clubs. Many of these cars venture out only once a year to help Colorado children.

Provides early care, intervention, prevention, support and education services to at-risk Colorado families and nearly infants, toddlers and pre-school children each year. Children receive developmental screenings and assessment services, individualized mental health services and other services tailored specifically to their learning.

Door Prizes and Raffles, DJ and more. Food and Soft Drinks available. Featuring Chevy Camaro, Hot wheels 50th anniversary races. WW 1 history display.

Fle market and car coral. Eastern Museum of auto racing open for free tours. Parking for trailers and roll backs. Annual Car show, Runs 11am-2pm. All makes and models are welcome. Bring a camera for pictures with the AutoMat Girls. No entrance or spectator fee. Just bring your car, park, and enjoy. The Town of Selbyville and the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce travel back in time as they celebrate tradition and the classics.

Along with the burnout competition, the revving contest will be back this year, giving Mustang owners the chance to flex their muscle and let their pipes scream for the crowd. There will also be exhibition drag races, pitting some of the most modified vehicles against each other in the ultimate of speed show downs. A variety of AmericaMuscle experts will be on hand to answer all technical questions and meet with customers.

Special guest Chip Foose will be in attendance, posing for pictures and signing autographs. Rain date is June 24th, For more information you can contact info voiceofvictory. Sunday, June 17, Rain date: Sunday, June 24, Where: Register Day Of Show by donation. Trophies to top 6 Cars.

Judged by members of the Dream Team. For more information contact Randy at or Larry at This scavenger hunt on wheels is a popular event, where participants complete for trophies, enjoy the Bucks County countryside, and gather for lunch at the end of the Rally. Bring along pencils, a clipboard, and a friend or friends who can help you answer a few silly questions. Scores will be based solely on correct answers to the questions. All drivers must be licensed and insured.

All automobiles — classic and current models — are welcome. Call , email showinfo newhopeautoshow. The top 3 awards are a framed photo of the owner and their car, with the prize check made out in their name.

Register today at rotaryofwilmington. Please contact Renee or wilm. Thank you very much, Renee Chavez. June 30th - Uphill Speed Challenge. Call or email to Pre-Register or for info. New Category this year: Kids Events include Face painting, Inflatables, games and free ice cream! Bring your antique, classic or unusual aircraft, automobile, or motorcycle for public display.

Gates open at 9 AM. WWI aircraft, automobiles, reenactors, and memorabilia collectors invited and encouraged to attend. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments available. Bring your dancing shoes and a lawn chair and join us for the fun. Camping for museum members, show participants, and transient aircraft. Camping fee for entire weekend: Fee goes to Saturday evening entertainment. Early-bird camping and registration Friday afternoon, July Saturday evening dinner in the pavilion.

Contact us for details. Pre vehicles are admitted free. No pre- registration required. No landing or registration fee for aircraft. For safety, all flying ends at dusk! Overnight aircraft must be tied down Goody bags to first entrants. Held each year on the main street of colonial Newtown PA with over attendees. We have over cars in 12 different categories from We use trained judges to award 1st and 2nd place in each category and a Best of Show award.

This year our featured marque is Cadillac and we will have separate awards for it. There are many shops and restaurants along the tree-lined street with the cars parked in front of them. Come join us for a wonderful day with family and friends to enjoy these amazing cars. Registration will start at 5: Following the show, a Poker Cruise throughout the beautiful Grande Ronde valley will be offered ending at the Senior Center for a dinner.

Each participant will receive two free dinner tickets; the dinner will run from 5 — 7 p. She graduated from Seton Hill College in , where she majored in German and minored in English and education. Lois met the love of her life during her college years, marrying Carl Chesley in June of The first 22 years of their 53 years of married life was spent as a loving wife traveling together to locations throughout the United States and Europe as Carl completed his career in the U.

During the first half of her married life, Lois was an outstanding mother supporting her sons in their various activities, serving as soccer coach, score keeper and other roles. Lois also enjoyed her career as an educator, teaching in school systems in Arizona, North Carolina, Louisiana, Illinois, Virginia and overseas in several schools in the Department of Defense School System in Germany. Here, she embarked on her next career as newspaper woman, working for the Yorktown Crier.

She spent over 22 years at the paper covering all facets of the newspaper business from page design and layout to photography, writing and editing.

She was recognized for her outstanding work by receiving more than 20 awards from the Virginia Press Association.

Lois is survived by her husband of 53 years, Carl; son, Bruce, and his wife, Julie, and their two daughters, Abbey and Alex; her son, Daryl, and his wife, Kate, and their three children, Will, Luke and Sidney; and brother, James Mattel of Indiana. A funeral Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 11 a. Wednesday, April 12, with Father Micheal Joly officiating services. A visitation period will start at 10 a.

He was baptized at Temple Baptist Church in He was an avid bass fisherman and a good friend to many. He was preceded in death by his parents. Visitation will be held Saturday, April 1, from 10 to A graveside service will be held at 12 p. Saturday, April 1, at Graceland Cemetery, Decatur. Born in Hornell on Sept. Besides his parents, he was also predeceased by his brother, Gary Walton, and his stepmother, Mary Swanson Walton.

While there, he was a pitcher for the baseball team and a unanimous All-Conference Center and Captain of the football team. Following graduation, Jim attended Alfred University for a short while before joining the Navy and serving for four years. Commissioned as an officer, Jim served in the Air Force as a meteorologist at various posts until he retired to North Carolina.

While in the Air Force he served in Vietnam as part of a classified task force, which interpreted satellite data that provided intelligence for American military planners during the war. For his service there, Jim earned the Bronze Star. Jim loved golfing and he forecasted the weather for family and friends right up to the end of his life. To honor his wishes there will be no public calling hours. Military honors and interment will be in Bath National Cemetery at the convenience of his family.

O Box , Washington, D. Online condolences or remembrances of Jim are welcomed at www. Burial will follow at 2 p. Larry spoke fondly of those times and his beloved dog, Sport. He graduated from Austin High School and immediately joined the U. Navy, where he spent four years working as an aerial photographer onboard a submarine based in Japan. After that tour, he attended Texas Lutheran College for a time to become a pastor.

Before he could finish, his draft number came up so he joined the U. Air Force and became a meteorologist graduated with honors. He served tours in Thailand, Korea and Germany. He retired from active duty as a master sergeant in After retirement from the Air Force, Larry studied at Central Texas College member of Phi Theta Kappa earning an associate degree in applied science to work in technology, leading to a second career as an electronics technician at Texas Instruments in Temple until his retirement in In his early 20s, Larry was involved in the Luther League at St.

To melt her heart, he flashed his baby-blue eyes and gave her his famous grin, which resulted in their marriage July 18, Together they have three children, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. There, he has served as an usher and worked on their gardening and groundskeeping committee.

Dillehay, Lawrence "Larry" age 72 of Minneapolis passed away March 5, surrounded by his family. Born to Janet and Lawrence Dillehay, Sr, and he grew up in Bellaire, OH, along with his sister Laurel, where he enjoyed sports and forecasting the weather on a local radio station. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he continued his passion for weather.

While there he met his wife, Sue. Ever since then he loved canoeing-and Sue! Together they spent fifty years raising a loving family, traveling the world, and going to happy hours. Larry proudly served in the U. Air Force doing reconnaissance weather missions. During this time he was stationed in Japan, where he and Sue had their first daughter, Cindy in Sherri was born a year later during Larry's last Air Force assignment near St.

After eight years in the Air Force, Larry began a career as a business consultant with Coopers and Lybrand in Chicago. He moved to Minneapolis to work with a young technology company, CPT, and later established his own consulting firm, Dillehay and Associates.

His insights into business processes and applications of emerging technologies made him a valuable asset to his clients many of whom became friends as well. Larry was an enthusiastic outdoorsman, hiking and biking around the world. His favorite place was the Boundary Waters where he spent time alone, yet also shared his love with friends and family. Larry was a kind, unpretentious, fun-loving man full of integrity. He was a man with a plan that loved to laugh, and pull jokes. His family and friends benefited from his generous ways and loyal heart.

Few people have made so many friends in so many places and remained close for so long. When not out in nature, you could find Larry discussing books with friends, watching a storm from his deck, or laughing over a good beer a microbrew. Most of all, Larry was a family man.

He spoiled his grandkids and always let them know he was the "yes" man. He adored his wife Sue, and two daughters, Cindy and Sherri, and loved their husbands, two Daves, as sons. His most enjoyable times were when the family was together. In lieu of flower please send donations to Wilderness Inquiry. He was retired from the United States Air Force after 20 years of service. Richard then worked for the Dept.

He loved being with his family and friends, and was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying camping, motorcycles, billiards, bowling and meteorology. He was preceded in death by his father, Harold T.

Guest book and condolences are available online at www. He was preceded in death by his wife Agnes "Nan" Hodge Hilton and five older brothers. Kimberly Hilton and Douglas W. Hilton, grandchildren Jennifer Chad Holton, and Andrew Hilton, older brother Herman Hilton of Summerfield, North Carolina, as well as six great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A graduate of Troy University, Mr. Hilton served as a meteorologist in the USAF.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Montgomery Humane Society Animal Shelter or the charity of your choice. Gordon served 28 years in the USAF as a meteorologist. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War.

He was a member of the American Meteorological Society since Gordon was active in the Sarpy Serenaders Barbershop Chorus and several quartets.

Gordon was preceded in death by his parents, William and Catherine, and his sister Catherine Ann. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Gordon's name to the Myositis Association at www.

His wife Faye had passed in April There will not be an obituary at Hyko's request. He will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery with honors and Tami will let us know when that is scheduled. She remained a devoted wife, homemaker, and a wonderful mother. She enjoyed all types of crafts to include sewing, quilting, embroidery, painting and costume and clothing construction.

She eagerly shared her talents and charitable good nature at numerous events benefiting the needy, the church, and community. She was preceded in death by her husband Clarence B. Friends may visit from With her sisters Arlene and Jean, she lived a happy, active life on the family's dairy farm in rural southwestern Wisconsin.

She particularly liked riding her horse through the pastures and helping her dad with farm chores. After high school, she attended Platteville Teacher's College, where she met her future husband Louis in chemistry class.

She went on to earn her degree in nursing from the University of Wisconsin. Flo was an accomplished seamstress who sewed many of the clothes for her children and grandchildren; she was also an excellent cook and baker. They loved Asheville, and felt that there was no better place to have landed for their retirement years. She cherished her friendships with her church family. Flo served her community by volunteering for several organizations.

She sewed and curated many of the original costumes for ABCCM's "Return to Bethlehem" production and acted in the production every year Flo participated in one of the first volunteer training programs for Mountain Area Hospice, and was a trained Rape Crisis Center advocate and American Red Cross volunteer. Flo was recognized by Governor Jim Hunt for her extensive volunteer efforts in her community.

When Lou fell ill, Flo faithfully and expertly cared for him until his death in She then lived on her own at home until she moved to Pisgah Manor in Flo felt happy and secure at Pisgah Manor, and her family is most grateful to all of the staff who served her with tender loving care. Flo was preceded in death by her parents; her sisters and their husbands; and her in-laws Gertrude, Ruth, Lloyd, and Henry.

She was also preceded by Lou, her beloved husband of 62 years, her sons Roger and Bruce survived by partner Karen Jones of Seattle , and her daughter-in-law, Donna. Flo is also survived by her grandchildren Stephen and Leslie Westphal. A memorial service will be held at 2: Interment will be in the church memorial garden.

Her family will receive friends immediately following the Service. The Rosary will be 4: The Funeral Mass will be Following the mass, he will be cremated. Burial of cremains will be at a later date. Memorials can be made to Fairfield Lions Club or St.

Cards and memorials can be mailed to: Dorothy Hellkamp, E. Burlington, Fairfield, IA He married Dorothy A. Hotz on June 10, in Delphos, OH. This year they celebrated 66 years of marriage.

William served in the U. Army during World War II from to William returned to active duty with the Air Force in and served as a meteorologist. He attained the rank of Lt. William was stationed in many parts of the world including Japan, the Philippines, Hawaii, and Spain. Upon retirement from USAF in , he and his family returned to Fairfield where they have resided ever since.

He was also a member of the Air Weather Association. On-line condolences can be made to the family at: Kugler passed away on December 2, She is survived by sons Scott, Mark; daughters Kerry and Donna, eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Robert Frank Salm , 86, of Woodbridge VA, passed away peacefully in his home, surrounded by loved ones, on November 9, Robert Senior Master Sergeant served for 20 years in the U.

Air Force, working as a meteorologist. After his retirement from the military, he went on to work for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA as a branch chief in computer operations until his retirement. Arlington National Cemetery interment at a later date. She was surrounded by family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dr. The family would like to express its thanks and appreciation to her physicians and nursing staff at Washington University, the Center for Advanced Medicine, Memorial Hospital East, and the BJC Healthcare family for the care and compassion given to Cecilia and her family during the past 38 months.

Condolences may be extended to the family online at Schildknechtfh. Nonetheless, upon graduating as a Rector Scholar cum laude geology from DePauw University during , he joined an Exxon subsidiary's seismograph crew and helped discover the Stuttgart oil field near Phillipsburg, KS.

Then within the month he became the Center's duty surf forecaster for the night of the invasion of Normandy, i. But the war was moving north. Once hostilities were over, Bates continued for the next third of a century in both a military and a civilian capacity with the Armed Forces. As a uniformed officer he reached the rank of lieutenant colonel in the Air Force Reserve.

While doing so, he instigated the U. Navy's program for observing and forecasting ice conditions across the American Arctic, thereby meriting having an island in the Antarctic Peninsula named after him. Throughout Bates' professional career, he was ably supported by a life long soulmate, Pauline Barta, who passed away five months earlier in January He had wooed her while she was a perky kindergarten teacher in remote Holdrege, Nebraska and he a lowly "attached helper" on a transient seismic crew.

Nonetheless, as of July , they entered into 73 years of blissful marriage. During their parents also left the environs of Washington, D. Navy" Cornfield Press, Bates include his three daughters, grandsons Alexander C. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Pauline, and his grandson, David Yanity.

As for the cremains, they will be interred with those of wife Pauline's in the Phillips Cemetery adjoining the Bates Sesquicentennial Farm on which he was reared in Illinois.

At the age of 13, he began his lifelong love of flying. He would carry gas and wash airplane windshields in order to earn money to take flying lessons. He soon soloed his first plane, a 40 h. In March Tedd entered military service under the aviation cadet program; however, the cadet program closed and he served as a B aircraft flight engineer until discharged in Oct. After leaving the Army Air Corp, his first job was an aero-mechanic for Delta.

He reentered the aviation cadet program in the newly formed U. Air Force in Oct. In June , he was assigned to the 3rd Bombardment Wing in Korea where he flew 50 night intruder combat missions in the B He was the major planner and flew in the joint Army-Air Force "Operation Arctic Night" which was one of the largest troop drops north of the Arctic Circle. In addition he is credited with saving four C transport aircraft during Antarctic flight operations.

While at Altus, he was made an honorary member of the Kiowa Tribe. Bishop logged more than 20, military and civilian accident-free flying hours and flew more than 50 different aircraft. He also has the distinction of being one of the few people to have flown operationally over both the North and South Poles. After retirement, Gen Bishop served as Vice President of Trident Tech, as well as an expert aviation insurance consultant.

Bishop, known affectionately as D. A memorial will be held Saturday, June 18th at He will be laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice in his honor. Vera was born in Melrose, NC. She was the youngest child of the late John and Margaret Pearson. Vera graduated from Brevard College in They embarked on a lifelong service to our country.

As the wife of a career Senior USAF Officer and through her strength of character and loving nature, she touched lives across our country and the world. She was recognized for her selfless care of wounded Vietnam soldiers and their families through her volunteer work at the AirVac Hospital in Japan. She provided counseling and friendship to all she met throughout the 33 years of dedicated military service and beyond into their retirement. A celebration of her life was held at 2: Hersch's work helped establish air quality standards for the U.

Strongly civic minded, he served on the board of Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation, and participated in many local and statewide political campaigns. He was also a member of the Chapel of the Cross and served on the vestry for years. He is survived by his four daughters: His wife of 69 years, Gladys, passed away in A memorial service will be held on Friday, June 24th at A memorial service will be held in Holdenville, Okla. Inurnment will be in Yeager Cemetery with full military honors. Franz was born in Yeager, Okla.

Midway through his tour, he was selected to provide direct weather support to the Commanding General, 7th Air Force and his staff. Upon completion of his tour of duty in Vietnam, Franz was stationed at Headquarters Air Weather Service as a staff officer. In , seeking more excitement, he trained to become an Aerial Reconnaissance Weather Officer, and was stationed at Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico, where he made aerial observations from a WCB airplane through hurricanes and tropical storms.

After 26 years of distinguished service, Franz retired in September Franz was a brilliant, independent man with many talents.

He loved to travel, to build things, to solve problems, to be outdoors, and to be at peace along the Snake River or back home, along Yeager Creek in Oklahoma. He was a thrifty, hard-working man with high expectations for himself and the people around him.

He loved the movies of John Wayne and to write poetry about family, life, and his Oklahoma upbringing. Franz wrote, "I'm an ordinary man, Who has worked and known strife. The calluses on my hands; Have not dulled my lust for life. I love the flowers in spring; and the crispness of the fall.

Whatever this world may bring; There is beauty in it all. He is also survived by two brothers, Charles of Lees' Summit, Mo. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Bennie, Douglas and Joel, and by his first wife of 17 years, Judy. Paul has displayed an uncommon courage throughout his life, earning a deep respect from those who have known and loved him.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Beverly Quast; parents, Paul E. Paul was an honorable and beloved soul who will be missed by many. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www. Paul was a member of the AWA. Gene was born Nov. The family moved to Omaha when Gene was very young.

Gene married Rosemary Menges Sept. Gene served in the United States Air Force, retiring after a long career. Over the years, Gene and Rosemary lived all over the United States and abroad. Gene also helped with Meals on Wheels through the hospital. His hobbies included fishing, enjoying the outdoors, and participating in Boy Scouts.

Preceding him in death were his parents; sisters, Lillian, Marie, and Juanita and a brother, Robert. He is survived by his daughter, Martha Q. He traveled extensively over the years and particularly enjoyed touring in his RV with his beloved companion, Margrit Radloff. He never met a stranger nor missed a chance to try something new. He will be missed by his many friends and family world-wide. A memorial service will be conducted at 2 p. Thursday by the Rev. Bunn at the Holland Baptist Church.

The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the doctors and medical staff in the Neuro Science Department at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond for their outstanding care and concern for Boyd and his family. Donald Baker , born July 20, Beloved husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather and friend.

Passed away peacefully on March 10th, Preceded in death by loving wife Jacqueline M. Survived by son William G. Mary and beloved grandson James G. Paul, Minnesota, with the exception of his military service, Donald spent his entire life in the St. Anthony Park neighborhood of St. He graduated from Murray High School class of He was stationed near Wantage, England during the war as a meteorologist, providing weather information to the Air Corps pilots and crews who flew missions over occupied Europe.

Upon the liberation of France in , he was stationed at Orly Airfield in Paris. A dashing Lieutenant, he met a lovely young French woman named Jacqueline Mouzel. Their romance flourished and they became engaged in Their plans were interrupted by the Korean conflict when he was re-called for service by the newly established U.

After his discharge, he was finally allowed to complete his romance with Jacqueline, and they were married in Paris at the Chapel of the Hotel des Invalides on Valentines Day The happy couple returned to St. Paul, where Donald continued his education. Upon achieving his doctorate in Climatology and Soil Science in , Donald began his long career as a faculty member at the University of Minnesota.

He established the Climatological Observatory just north of the campus, and built it with help from his students in This Observatory has recorded subsoil temperatures for over 50 years, and has provided an unprecedented database for climate change research. After his retirement as a professor, Donald was a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of Minnesota for contributions to teaching and research.

Donald was a man of many interests including photography, railroading, archaeology, the stock market, and mentoring students. Donald spent his summers as a boy visiting his grandparents in Wellman, Iowa. From those times he gained a love of the people, natural beauty and productivity of the farm fields of Iowa that lasted his entire life. Always a true gentleman and outwardly a man of steely reserve, Donald treasured his family and friends.

An only child of an only child, later in life he greatly enjoyed being part of a larger extended family through the marriage of his son.

The family would like to thank the staff and management of the St. Anthony Park Home for their kind and loving care. Anthony Park Methodist Church. He was the husband of Ann M. He served in the U. He flew for regional airlines, as a private corporate pilot and was also a flight instructor and FAA Designated Examiner. Besides his wife he leaves one son, Russell G. Robbins and her husband, Russell of E. Falmouth and Nancy Dalton and her husband, James of Portland, OR; he also leaves six beloved grandchildren and four beloved great-grandchildren.

Burial at the V. National Cemetery of Massachusetts in Bourne. Air Force for over 25 years. Flying was his passion, and he was held in high regard by those who flew with him.

After retiring from the service, he moved to the Tri-Cities and lived here for the past 49 years, working as a research scientist for several Hanford contractors. His youngest son, Claude, survives him. A long-time member of All Saints Episcopal Church, he played a dedicated and active role in their mission.

Well-known for his Amiable disposition and love of people, he will be missed by many. Special thanks to the staffs at Guardian Angel and The Chaplaincy for the care and understanding. Express your thoughts and memories on our online Guestbook at www. Fox was the son of William Edward Fox Sr. He received his military training and instruction in Meteorology at the University of Chicago, Illinois.

In May, , he was commissioned a 2nd Lt. Weather Officer in the 21st Weather Squadron and assigned to William Northern Airfield in Tullahoma, a training facility for fighter pilots. In Feb, , he was promoted to 1st Lt. Invasion of Europe June 6, occurred during this time. Fox was under the command of General Eisenhower when the paratroopers were launched on the night of June 5th and his mission was to provide weather forecasts for the troop carrier pilots who were dropping paratroopers and supplies to advance troops.

Fox was instrumental in forecasting weather conditions for the aerial drops of supplies for General Patton's division. Fox was promoted to Captain in May, Shortly afterwards, he was assigned to Weather Offices in Frankfurt, Bremerhaven and Stuttgart in Germany and continued to provide weather forecasts for flights, military activities and the general public. He returned to the U. After his retirement in , Mr. Fox became a consultant to the United Nations working on flood control overseas, including in China and Pakistan.

He is survived by his two sons: Fox was dedicated to his family, his loving wife, his church, and to helping others, whether it was by providing tax advice to seniors or his generous donations to many charities. He enjoyed nothing more than sharing stories and laughter with his two sons. He was an inspiration to all who knew him, and he will be greatly missed by his family and friends. College Rd, Wilmington, NC In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorials may be sent to Pine Valley Church of Christ, Davis Health Care Center, or a charity of your choice.

Fox said in his retirement speech, "Old hydrologists never die, they just float away. She was 98 years old. She first met her future husband, Dale Flinders, at a high school state music contest. They'd been born and raised within two weeks and sixty miles of each other. They met, yet again, as college students at Morningside College in Sioux City. Dale recognized Nadine when he saw her from a passing street car. They both graduated from Morningside College in ; Nadine with a Bachelor of Music Degree with an emphasis on voice.

Nadine shared one date with Dale, and then they were separated by fate: Dale to teach high school science in Burma, and Nadine to the Eastman School of Music in Rochester NY, where she received her Masters of Music degree in , majoring in Performance and Literature with an emphasis on voice. In they were married and she and Dale moved to Boston. It would be three years before they were reunited after the war, in Japan, where Dale was assigned. At each new home, she became active in the officers' wives club, the local scouting organization, and in organizing and directing chapel choirs.

She provided voice instruction and piano accompaniment for professional vocalists, and encouraged her own children to achieve musical proficiency on their chosen instruments. In California she enjoyed her gardens, and in Massachusetts, she enjoyed combing local shops for antiques.

She was a dedicated mother to her sons. Well into her '90s, she regularly attended music performances and, as recently as three weeks before her passing, she attended her regular church service and joined in the singing, sometimes forgetting the lyrics but never losing her beautiful voice.

Music was who she was, and it brought her the greatest joy. It is her grand piano that's in the Freedom House great room, donated when her husband was a resident. Nadine was a lifetime member of the Mu Phi Epsilon Professional Music Fraternity and, in , was honored for her 75 year membership in the organization, having joined the Phi Zeta Chapter in Morningside College in She is survived by five grandchildren whom she adored: Flinders was preceded in death by Col.

Dale Flinders, her beloved husband of 65 years. We rejoice in the knowledge that they are again together, happily exploring the celestial heavens and the "forever" they promised to each other. Her family wishes to thank the compassionate people of Liberty House, the Care Center, Freedom House, the Mission, and Hospice for the kindness and dedication with which they cared for Mrs. Flinders as her health declined and her care needs became increasingly complicated. It is requested that, in lieu of flowers, you celebrate Nadine's life by sharing some ice cream with your loved ones.

It's a simple pleasure, one Nadine enjoyed even into the last chapter of her long and happy life. May God speed you on your way, Nadine Linquist Flinders. Until we all meet again. Flinders were held Wednesday, April 6th 9: Her early childhood was in Nazi-Occupied France. Modernist painter Andrew Bucci , whose work spanned nearly eight decades and appeared on a U. He was born on January 12, in Vicksburg, MS. Bucci's painting of a magnolia flower appeared on the 5-cent U. His work continues to be shown in galleries in Jackson and New Orleans.

His best-known works are oil paintings. In recent years, Bucci was honored with Mississippi's prestigious arts awards. In the s, he began studying with Marie Hull in Jackson and continued to do so after he went to Louisiana State University to study architecture and engineering. He served as a weather officer on air bases in England and Scotland during the war.

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