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Herbert T. Welch

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Herbert T. Welch
July 27, 1930 – July 9, 2012

In loving memory of our father and grandfather, who passed away 1 year ago.
We will always remember the happiness and fun times you brought to our lives.

Mike, Sarah and Terry, Jane and Nick,
Jenna, Brian, Luke, Jake, and Molly

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Joan C. Reed

August 7, 1931—May 13, 2004


Happy Mother’s Day!

We love and miss you mom!


Love your family

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Dean Richard Chapman

October 24, 1966 to April 10, 1986


Remembering all the good times and looking forward to making music with you again in God’s Kingdom.


We all miss you!

Love Your Family



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Merlin (Mike) Holton

May 17, 1927 – April 1, 2011


Something Beautiful Remains

The tide recedes but leaves behind

Bright seashells on the sand.

The sun goes down, but gentle

Warmth still lingers on the land.

The music stops, and yet it echoes

On in sweet refrains….

For every joy that passes,

Something beautiful remains.

Author Unknown


Dear Mike, Dad, Grandpa and Great-Grandpa

In the course of our daily lives and when we least expect it, we still hear your voice and feel the warmth of your hug.

You left us all with wonderful memories; gifts of character, strength and humor and a treasure trove of your special brand of wisdom. Your are loved and missed so very much. TTFN



Kathy & Mike, Karen & Gary, Kevin & Carol and Kris & John

Grandchildren and Great-grandchildren

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Bobby Weeks, Sr.

March 12, 1932 – March 14, 2002


In Loving Memory of Bobby Weeks Sr. on his birthday, March 12, 1932. We all think of you often and miss you.



Barb, kids and grandchildren

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Mick Denton

In Memory of Mick Denton

1936 – 2009

His 19th Leap Year Birthday

We all miss you and wish you were here to celebrate for a week like you always said you would.

Love you and miss you every day,

Jeanette, Mike, Jim & Nora & family

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Rex Morris

In Memory of Rex Morris


If every tear we shed for you

Became a star above,

You’d stroll in Angel’s Garden

Lit by everlasting love.


Your Loving Family


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Walter Hoffmann

In Loving Memory of Our

Papa, Dad, Opa, Grandpa

Walter Hoffmann

February 7, 2000


You are our hero, Dad

You’re our secure foundation.

When we think of you, we’re filled with love

And fond appreciation.

You make us feel protected

We’re sheltered by your care.

You’re always our true friend, and Dad

When we need you you’re always there.


Love always,

Your Children and Grandchildren

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Sarah’s Deal’s workshop: directions to register for the Sarah’s Deals workshop on Februay 11 were not correct in last week’s Post. The workshop will feature Shopping Tips 101 from noon to 2 p.m., and from 2-4 p.m. will cover creating a stockpile and bulk cooking tips. To register for the event, go to http://www.sarahsdeals.net, click on “Start Here,” and then on “Coupon classes.”

Location of memorial: Wayne Price wrote us to let us know that he gave us the wrong location last week for the granite memorial that was created to honor his brother, Jack Price, and three others from Jack’s OCS class that died in Viet Nam. It is in Fort Benning, Georgia, not Fort Sheridan. “I’m very sorry for the error,” said Wayne.

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Delores and Vernon Eldred

When God walked through the Garden of Life, on December 21st and 22nd 2010, He saw two mature beautiful flowers. God had been nurturing these flowers since they were buds, in 1918 and 1919. God knew they had weathered many storms and had grown toward the sunlight of His love. God called to them, “Delores and Vernon, I want you to be a part of My heavenly kingdom, where joy and beauty can never fade.” Each one answered, “Yes, Lord, take me.”

Bruce and Sheryl Eldred

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