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Pat also loved to quilt. She was also preceded in death by a son, Mark, and a brother, Kenneth Burbach. Online condolences for the family may be left at www. Funeral mass will be at 5: Friday at the Church of the Nativity with Msgr. Visitation will be from Friday at the church. Military honors will be accorded following mass by the Dubuque Marine Corps League. After retirement he worked at New White Florist as a delivery driver.

He enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing, and playing softball. He loved his grandchildren and spending time at their sporting events. Duane was a loving husband, father and grandfather who was always willing to lend a helping hand or engage in a good conversation.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his son Kevin Kaiser, daughter-in-law Joy Kaiser, his mother and father-in-law Ervin and Janet Habeck. Cao for all their wonderful care and kindness they gave. To honor Bum's life, funeral services will be held at To celebrate Bum's life, family and friends may visit from 9: Francis of Assisi Church, Balltown. Burial will be in the St. Bum was born and raised on the family farm and proudly made it his lifelong passion until his daily chores had finally ended in Bum's faith was also a very important aspect of his life and upon his retirement from the responsibilities of daily farm life, he eventually moved into Balltown where he next devoted his time as a groundskeeper for St.

Francis Parish for the next 10 years. Bum was a very active member of the community and was a long-time Farm Bureau member, as well as a member, and past president, of the Balltown Lions Club.

In his free time, Bum enjoyed a quiet morning of hunting in the timber, a relaxing afternoon of baiting his hook on the water's edge, or even an evening of spending time visiting with family and friends at Breitbach's Country Dining while enjoying some of his favorite meals.

Bum was a good and decent man who enjoyed a dance at Melody Mill as much as an honest days work back on the farm. He was truly respected by all who knew and loved him and the memories of Bum walking around with his dog by his side will definitely help carry us through the difficult days ahead. We will deeply miss our dear brother, uncle and friend, but take some comfort in knowing that he is now free of the health challenges he has faced these past months and that thankfully he is now able to be joyfully reunited with all of his loved ones whom have already been called home ahead of him.

In lieu of flowers, a LaVern J. Riniker memorial fund has been established which will be donated among his favorite charities. Bum's family would like to thank Breitbach's Country Dining, and Diane and Pat Kunnert, for all of their personal visits over the years. They would also like to thank the nurses and staff at Stonehill, and Hospice of Dubuque , for the wonderful care and support they provided to Bum, and his family.

Dougherty, 90, of Dubuque passed away on Monday, September 3, surrounded by her family. Funeral services will be 10 a. He preceded her in death on October 9, after 64 years of marriage. She enjoyed boating, fishing and camping with her husband, and sewing and crocheting.

She was the most loving and giving mother and grandmother and kindest person to everyone she met. She put others first before herself. She was also preceded in death by her infant daughter Baby Ann, 8 sisters and 2 brothers, and son-in-law, Tim Westland.

We would like to thank family and friends who sent a kind note or card and took the time to visit and support our Mom. Saturday, September 8, at St. Steve was born July 9, in Dubuque, the son of Louis H. He married his high school sweetheart, Diane Thilmany on September 5, at St.

Mary's Catholic Church, Dubuque. Steve graduated from Wahlert High School with the class of He served in the U. Steve was a professional truck driver for many years. He was an avid motorcycle rider, and enjoyed traveling to many states with his wife. Doing yardwork and hanging Christmas lights were favorite pastimes for Steve. He loved to socialize, and enjoyed spending time with his friends and family.

Steve is survived by his wife, Diane, of Peosta; two sons, Steven J. Steve was preceded in death by his father, Louis; his father-in-law, Robert Thilmany; his grandparents; and his great-nephew, Collin Barton. Sharing of Memories will be at Burial is in the Mount Carmel Cemetery. She ministered as a principal in San Francisco and Boulder, Colo. She was a parish minister in Phoenix and served the community as a Regional Representative in the Southwest United States.

She was born on Sept. She entered the BVM congregation Sept. Aloysius Parish, Kansas City, Mo. She professed first vows on March 19, , and final vows on Aug. She is survived by nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and the Sisters of Charity, BVM, with whom she shared life for 82 years. Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a. Anthony Catholic Church, St. Friends may call at the church for the wake service from 9 to 10 a.

Interment will follow the funeral in Mt. She married Robert Fuhrman on Oct. Fuhrman was preceded in death by her husband. Fuhrman taught physical education in Walled Lake, Mich. She taught at Senior High School from until she retired in Among her students and many former students, she was affectionately known as "Sarge.

Always an athlete, she was an avid swimmer, played recreational league softball in her youth and enjoyed snow skiing. Any water-related activity on the Mississippi River pleased her. She was preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters. In lieu of flowers the family prefers memorials be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Dubuque. Raphael Cathedral, Dubuque, where visitation will be held there from 10 to In keeping with Mark's wishes, colorful clothing is encouraged.

During medical school, Mark was awarded membership to the prestigious AOA medical honor society, an honor only bestowed to students who show high academic standing, professionalism, a firm sense of ethics, commitment to community service, and the promise of future success in medicine.

He was a founding member of the American Association of Emergency Medicine, one of the nation's largest academic medical associations. Most notably, Mark was the first board certified Emergency Medicine physician practicing in Iowa and, after arriving in Dubuque, he formed the first fully board certified Emergency Medicine department in Iowa.

He loved to learn and to teach. He challenged his kids to "learn how to learn. Mark touched many lives in the Emergency Department at Mercy, from his nurses and colleagues, to the patients passing through. When Mark went anywhere in town, he was guaranteed to be stopped by folks wanting to talk to him, calling out "hey doc! He humbly accepted their thanks and moved on, not wanting to shine the light on himself for too long.

Mark loved his work and never thought that saving lives was anything but what he was supposed to do. He was fiercely dedicated to his children and a loyal friend. Ever the eccentric, Mark was known for his wild landscaping and interior design.

He loved donning a sharp suit just to go have a glass of wine with his buddies or simply pop on his big straw hat and sit on his porch and watch the Iowa storms roll through town. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at Mercy Medical Center for their care.

Miller, 86, of Maquoketa, Iowa, passed away on Saturday, September 1, , at his home in rural Maquoketa. A private family celebration of Donald's life will be held at 11 A. There is no public visitation. Burial will be at the East Iron Hill Cemetery at a later date. To this union three children were born, Joyce, Stephen and Tracy. Donald was a lifelong farmer.

In his early years, he had worked as a farmhand, electrician for Stickley Electric, gas attendant for Seeburger Service Station, and at Clinton Engines in Maquoketa. He loved to dance, play cards, and farm. He was especially fond of his faithful and loyal companion, his dog "Doc".

He was preceded in death by his parents, and a brother Calvin. Online Condolences may be left at www. Born with a unique intellectual disability, Sarah maintained an angelic, innocence and child-like beauty her whole life. Sarah accepted every person she met, never noticing or judging our limitations and both loving, and demanding in return, unconditional love. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a. Dwayne Thoman will officiate, with Fr.

Mark Osterhaus and Fr. Private interment will be at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Dubuque. The bond this duo shared was clearly heaven sent. Sarah took her mother everywhere she could and never once suffered from the usual teen-ager-like embarrassment of a parent.

In fact, at large events or gatherings Sarah made sure people knew she and her mother were in the house by making discernible noises that friends recognized as Sarah.

The light Sarah radiated when she saw her mom has been absorbed as pure love in those who witnessed it. While in Des Moines she spent time at the state capital influencing her mother to shape policy, especially concerning those who can not speak for themselves and whose voices go unheard.

She shared a love of music with her large and loving family. Sarah and her father would frequently cruise Des Moines, listening to Tom's special "Sarah" recordings. She loved watching winter days and summer nights unfold with her family. She loved long car rides, warm bubble baths and fits of laughter brought on by mundane, everyday activities like the opening of a trash bag or removing clothes from a closet. Her grandfather in particular performed such tasks just to hear Sarah's giggle.

She cherished her time with grandparents, her tribe of cousins and her many aunts and uncles from the Hingtgen family, Jochum family, Ward family, and Democratic family. She will be missed by all. Judith Bell Shoars Winders, age 74, passed away quietly and comfortably on Friday, August 31st surrounded by her family and pets at home. Visitation will be from 4: Funeral service will be at Friday at the funeral home with burial to follow in Linwood Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers a Judith B. Winders memorial fund has been established. Born May 21, in Dubuque, Iowa, the daughter of the late Orville and Neva Shoars, she was the third of five children.

She worked at Galena Hospital until On February 27, Judy married William R. Winders and they built a family together for 20 years. Though they divorced in , the two developed a respect and friendship in later years through their continued love for their 7 sons, 22 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Judy tirelessly focused her energy on raising 7 sons before returning to school in , graduating from the University of Dubuque with a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in English and History and a teaching certificate.

She taught at Highland Community College and local junior and senior high schools throughout the tri-state area before moving into counseling as a case worker for Hillcrest Family Services. Judy was preceded in death by her mother, Neva L. Shoars Bandy , father, Orville K. She is survived by her brother, Rev. A celebration of Iva's life will be held at Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 P.

Burial will be in the Andrew, IA Cemetery. She was a graduate of Salix, Iowa High School. To this union three children were born, Judy, Barbara and Dennis. Iva had a variety of jobs in her career from working in a dental office to being an accountant. Her longest tenure was as a school board and superintendent's secretary at Andrew School. Iva was a member of Salem Lutheran Church in Andrew. She especially enjoyed spending time with her family.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Donald on February 2, , brothers Wesley, Howard, Oliver and Willie, and sisters Viola and Grace. Ann's Society will recited the rosary at Verena worked at home and on the farm. Surviving is a brother, Edwin Handfelt of Waunakee, Wisconsin, nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother Alvitus Handfelt and a sister Magdalen Delaney; sisters-in-law, Lucille Handfelt and Evelyn Handfelt, and a brother-in-law, Harry Delaney. Friends may greet the family from 10 a. Harvey married Marianne Ohl in and from that union they had five children: Harvey graduated from Dubuque Senior High School in Harvey played with many well-known artists including Johnny Cash and participated in back-up bands from the Grand Ole Opry.

He continued with his passion for music through the years by performing with many talented musicians. Harvey left the Andy Doll Band to join the Dubuque Police Department in from which he retired after 34 years of service. He and his brother enjoyed fishing, music and probably many other things were not aware of. Along with his music, Harvey loved archery, hunting, fishing, electronics and being at his grandparents' farm with his cousins.

He loved the time he spent with his children traveling, camping, canoeing, and telling jokes and stories. The family cottage at Waupeton, Iowa saw many years of fun with family and friends. In Harvey and Carol became winter Texans where Harvey continued his passion for music. In they became full time Texans. Harvey was a warm and loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend who touched many lives.

Stepsons, Mike Soens of Phoenix, Arizona and Tom Soens of Delhi, Iowa and stepdaughter, Jayne Chuck DeBrular of Phoenix, Arizona, 19 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, 1 niece, 9 nephews, 3 step grandsons, sister in law Juanita Frederick and further extended family, all of whom he loved dearly.

His family wishes to thank Hospice for their devoted care and his family and friends for their love and kindness. When through one man a little more love and goodness, a little more light and truth comes into the world, then that man's life has had meaning!

Funeral Services will be Tuesday, September 4, , at Friends may call from 4: Sister Matthew retired to Mt. Loretto in and continued to share her musical talents for several years accompanying the sisters at Eucharist and Liturgy of the Hours. She enjoyed music, word puzzles, and the Chicago Cubs. She celebrated her 80th Jubilee in August and reflecting on her years of religious life, Sister Matthew states, "This jubilee celebrates a life that brings me closer to God and more able to do God's will.

The Behr Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A celebration of "Jerry's" life will be held at He then served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam War from August of until receiving an honorable discharge in April of Upon returning home from his military service, he worked various jobs but most notably as a machinist working at the Rock Island Arsenal, Red Jacket and John Deere Dubuque Works.

He had taught CCD classes for many years. He enjoyed riding motorcycles and working on lawnmowers. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Ronald and a daughter Angela Alexander. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, a Gerald R. Friends and relatives of Agnes may call from 8: Services for Agnes will be held at Burial was held in Calvary Cemetery in Cascade, Iowa.

On June 7, she was united in marriage to Fredrick F. Felton at the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier in Dyersville, Iowa. He preceded her in death on February 19, A celebration of Ted's life will be held at Burial will be at the Monmouth, Iowa Cemetery with military honors.

He was a graduate of Monmouth High School and then served his country receiving an honorable discharge. She preceded him in death on October 2, Upon returning from his military service, Ted worked as a farmhand and then drove truck for Kapraun Transport for several years as well as teaching at a truck driving school. He retired from J. Cullens in Fulton, Illinois where he had worked as a machinist. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking and hunting.

Those left to honor his memory include his children, Ted Karla Shady, Jr. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, memorials may be directed to Hospice of Jackson County. To honor Connie's life, funeral services will be held at To celebrate Connie's life, family and friends may visit from 2: Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery.

Connie was proud to have spent her entire life as a Dubuquer; surrounded by family and friends through each and every day. Growing up in a family of 8 children, she quickly learned the values of family fun and commitment.

She would eventually meet her soul-mate, Dennis Perry, and the couple was united in marriage on September 24, , in Tulsa, OK. They would be blessed with 35 wonderful years together, and 4 truly adored children, before Connie was sadly called home much to early. When Connie wasn't spending time with her family, you could easily find her working at Linwood Cemetery where she faithfully gave her all over the years. But, her greatest joy was always found back home with her family.

Her love continued to grow as she watched her 12 grandchildren join the world. Spending time with them quickly evolved into regular camping trips to Massey Station, where the fish soon learned that they were not safe when the Perry clan was spending the weekend. Connie also enjoyed a little traveling outside of the Dubuque area from time to time, and her trips to the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, dipping her toes in the ocean in Florida, and a little gambling in Mississippi were among her favorites.

We are beyond saddened today with the now all so real absence of Connie from our daily lives. Thankfully though, all who knew and loved her are left with an abundance of memories to cherish through the years ahead. We thank you Connie for all the love you shared along your 58 year earthly journey.

We will miss you more than you know, remember you more fondly than you can imagine, and forever be grateful for the time we had with such a bright shining star walking among us.

May God keep you safe in His loving arms until we meet again! Perry memorial fund has been established, which will be distributed among her favorite charities. Connie's family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Hospice of Dubuqu e, and all of her friends and family who've provided such wonderful care and support to Connie as she fought with cancer so courageously; she couldn't have done it without you all helping along the way!

Military honors will be accorded at Burial will follow in the Cemetery. Bruce is survived by his significant other and best friend of 45 years Therese Hein, of Dubuque, his faithful dog "Dougy", cousins and his golfing buddies and friends.

A Celebration of his Life will be on Monday September 3, from p. A visitation will be on Tuesday September 4, from 9: In his younger years Rob was a force to be reckoned with but was a protector to his cousins and his younger sisters. Through Rob's life, there were many ups and downs, but he is remembered for his knack of storytelling and his love of poetry. Rob has left behind page after page of his own poetry for his loved ones to cherish. Rob wrote from his heart and these are some of his own words:.

Please remember all the smiles and laughs that meant everything to my heart I am your angel; I'll help you pave the way. God has me now, I feel happy today. Those left to cherish his memory include his mother Christine Uhlrich, his brother Sean Yoder, 2 sisters Allison and Kelsey Kaufman and his beloved niece Jaylynn, his 2 most precious gifts, his sons Trapper mother Renee , Ryder mother Hailey. Rob is joining his grandmother Patricia Uhlrich and cousin Alicia Vandermillen on his next journey.

To honor Clete's life, funeral services will be held at To celebrate Clete's life, family and friends may visit from 3: Entombment will be in the Mt.

Clete was a proud lifelong Dubuquer who worked at the General Dry Battery Company for 6 years before venturing over to John Deere Dubuque Works, where he spent the next 30 years diligently working on the assembly line until his well earned retirement in He found the love of his life, Coletta Speltz, and they were united in marriage on February 27, , at St.

The loving couple was blessed with 55 wonderful years together, and 6 adored children, before Coletta was sadly called home ahead of Clete on June 26, Clete was an active member of the community and was a proud member of the U. His faith life was a very important part of Clete's life, and he was not only a long-time member of Holy Ghost Church, but he also faithfully lived out his life in such a manner that his Christian values and principles were visibly on display for all to witness.

Clete was an honest man, a hard worker, a true friend, but above all he was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather each and every day. Fortunately, all 6 of his children remained in Dubuque, which made for large family gatherings every Sunday.

Clete consistently role-modeled and instilled great family values for the generations behind him to follow. This behavior was so obviously rewarded by the barrage of regular daily visits to Stonehill from his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Not only were Sunday dinner's with his family a priority in his life, but the countless gatherings centered around great food, and the Sunday games will continue to provide an outlet for his legacy to be carried forward within the treasured stories which will now be shared in his honor.

His unwavering devotion to those he cared for was never in question and we will miss Clete more than words could convey, but we are forever grateful for the lessons and memories he leaves behind, as they will assist us along our own earthly journey we must travel until we, once again, see Clete face to face. Those left to cherish Clete's memory include. Clete's family would like to give a heartfelt thank you everyone who helped with his care through this past year, especially the compassionate staff in the memory unit at Stonehill and at Hospice of Dubuque ; we couldn't have done it without your kindness!

Visitation will be from Noon - 4: On November 5, she was united in marriage to Andrew J. McGovern in Elizabeth, IL. She loved flowers, gardening, yoga and her cats. But most of all she was especially proud of her children. Lora was known to be "free spirited". Surviving is her husband Andrew J. Dwayne Thoman will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 1 to 4 p. Ginnie was born January 23, in Cuba City, Wisc.

Thanks to the staff at Hospice of Dubuque and Bethany Home for their wonderful care. Online condolences may be left for the family at wwwhskfh. Saturday, September 1, at St. Raphael Cathedral, where friends may greet the family from 9 a. Greg Bahl will officiate. Friends may also greet the family from 3: She was united in marriage to William J. Trievieler on December 18, at St. He preceded her in death on July 27, Marge was employed at the Battery Factory, and later at the Dubuque Packing Company, retiring after 33 years.

Marge was an excellent cook and a wonderful seamstress. She adored her children and grandchildren, and will be sadly missed. A memorial mass will be There will be a memorial visitation after 9: Saturday at the church. Dean was born on October 8, in Dubuque, the son of Dorrance J. Dean was a man of strong faith. He had a friendly smile and greeting for everyone he met and considered everyone he met his friend. His last years were spent at Ecumenical Tower, where he made many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dorrance and Virginia; and two brothers, David and Donald.

She was preceded in death by her parents and by her son, Jacob, who was lost in a miscarriage. She was born in December 15, in Aurora, Iowa and grew up on a farm in Rowley, where she spent her evening teaching the school lessons from the day to the cows - Judy would often reminisce that she had the most educated cows in Buchanan County.

She graduated from Independence High School in , then went on to Kirkwood Community College and Mount Mercy University, where she earned a degree in sociology and psychology. Judy loved God, loved others, and served the world. She could often be found in the downtown area, fellowshipping with the homeless people who lived in her neighborhood. Judy believed in the inherent worth and dignity of each person, and that recovery was possible.

The events in downtown Dubuque were a passion of Judy's and she could often be seen at the Farmer's Market and various events at the Town Clock and Five Flags. A celebration of life is scheduled for 2: Services will be 1: Friday, August 31, , at St. Friends may also call after noon on Friday at the church before the service. He married Kimberly Mau on July 21, , at St.

Rich enjoyed spending time with Kim and his son, Nathan. He did collector restoration and attended many car shows, taking pride in his vehicles and winning many trophies for his hard work. Rich was a member of St. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ray and Irma Hinderman, and his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Cecil and Loretta Mau. Friends and family may gather in remembrance of Sandra on Saturday, September 8, , from 10 A.

Public graveside services and burial will be held at 1 P. To this union two daughters were born, Nancy and Louanne. In , she started Sandy's Beauty Salon and operated that until She and Keith then traveled extensively and spent many winters in McAllen, Texas. They moved back to Maquoketa in Sandra was a social person who enjoyed shopping, writing letters, and visiting with friends and neighbors.

She also loved flowers, doing yard work and attending her class reunion functions each month. She especially loved family get togethers and her dog Jake. Her favorite food recipes which she passed on to family was her homemade chip dip and homemade pizza.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother Jim, a sister Judy Hansen, half-sister Betty, half-brothers Lloyd and Wayne, and her husband Keith on February 21, Spoden, 73, of Dyersville and formerly of Worthington, passed away Monday, August 27, , at Finley Hospital in Dubuque surrounded by his family. Visitation will continue Saturday from 9 - 10 am at Kramer Funeral Home prior to funeral services.

Saturday, September 1, , at St. Francis Xavier Basilica in Dyersville. He graduated from Senior High School where he played basketball. He married Mary L. Hess on February 27, , in Worthington, Iowa.

He enjoyed traveling to watch his grandchildren's activities, camping, golfing and generally having a great time. He was preceded in death by his parents, his parents-in-law, Ambrose and Kay Hess, an infant son, and a brother, Peter Spoden.

Friends and family may gather in remembrance of "Fuzzy" from 10 A. Throughout his life "Fuzzy" had worked various jobs. His first job was as a farmhand for Don Miller. Other jobs included driving school bus for the Andrew Community Schools and the Maquoketa Community Schools, as well as owning and operating "Fuzzy" Clark's Fencing Business for over 30 years.

He also had a special friend Jean and her family. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, a Gerald E. Andrew Upah will officiate. Burial will be at Mount Calvary Cemetery. Anthony Catholic Church, in Dubuque.

Clete worked on the John Deere assembly line for over 30 years, retiring in , after which he worked for several years as a delivery driver for Value Independent Parts and Hy-Vee. He was a longtime member of St. Clete enjoyed wintering in Texas, golfing, playing cards, cheering on the Cubs, Bears and Hawkeyes, and spending time with his family and grandchildren.

Clete was preceded in death by his parents; his parents-in-law Frank and Bernadette McPoland; brother Leon Harriet Maiers; brother Wilmer "Wimp" Maiers; sister-in-law Laura Maiers; brother-in-law Jerry Kluesner; and several brothers- and sisters-in-law on the McPoland and Anstoetter sides of the family. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Dubuque. Clete's family would like to thank all the doctors, nurses and staff at Mercy and the University of Iowa Hospitals.

A celebration of Donald's life will be held at 11 A. Burial will be at the Fairview Cemetery, Farley, Iowa. He was educated in Farley schools. Donald had first worked at Farley and Loetscher's in Dubuque for a couple years. He then worked on the assembly line at John Deere Dubuque Works for over 30 years, retiring in Martin 77, of Dubuque, died Saturday, August 25, surrounded by her loving family.

Friends may call from 3: Together they raised three children Ron, Jodi and Julie. I still very much enjoy practicing law so I think I'll give it three or four more years before hanging it up. I'm still very close to my twin brother, Jim, who lives in the Nashville area with his family. Over the years I've been truly astounded over the quality of the education we received from East High.

Around the office I'm known as a real stickler for spelling, sentence structure, grammar and the like, and I owe all of that to Mrs. Sealy and others like her. I am indebted to all of the teachers who were on East High's roster in the late 50's and early 60's.

Thanks to all of you. Jimmy Grout [last updated August, ] Here's an update as of August Just received my Medicare card in the mail Life is still lots of fun.

I'm still married to Paula She's still a Realtor in the Nashville area and is deeply involved with our church. She went back to Divinity School at Vanderbilt for an advanced degree a few years ago We have one only one All are healthy and still employed, although my son is in the commercial real estate business and is waiting for the turnaround.

We bought a house in Bigfork, Montana on the Flathead Lake about 7 years ago and spend lots of time out there. It's not far from the western entrance to Glacier National Park, and the scenery is beautiful. I gave up motorcycling two years ago the moment I hit a car that turned in front of me. I survived that one but thought, why push my luck?

So I spend my time playing golf, living in Montana, and pursuing my hobby, photography. In fact, check out my website at www. Let me know what you think. I still talk to my bro Bob aka Bobby to the East High faithful almost every day, and we share the latest news on the economy, the stock market, computers, photography, politics, and all the deadbeats in Washington.

We're still best friends after almost 65 years. Still don't dress alike, but we sure do think alike. I enjoy the emails from Glen Stewart about East High and my '62 classmates. I hope that each of you update your class info so I can learn what you're up to. I'd love to make one of your reunion picnics soon. In the meantime, email me when you get a chance. Best wishes and best of health from Jimmy Grout.

I am married July 15 will be 29 years and have two children Tami, 26, who will graduate from the Univ. My husband, Larry, is the head mechanic at the bus garage for the school system. Had Tami, then we were transferred back to Ft. We have moved back and forth between Fla and Tx since - Larry was general manager for a boat manufacturer, and we had to move often Now, we have settled in, and have been in Palm Coast for almost 4 years.

The beach is wonderful, and we love it here. I haven't been back to Memphis since - but keep in touch with family and friends that still live there. Thanks for doing the web page! Bonnie Hapes [last updated June, ] Here's an update Drawing my civil service retirement and lovin it.

I now have 3 grandchildren and one on the way. My youngest daughter, Beth, had her first child , Madison. My son and wife are expecting their second son in July. The plans are drawn up; just need a little tweeking. Hickory is a great little town with the quaintness of a small town and the amenities of a large city. Rolling hills, mountains, 1 hours from Ashville, NC. Bonnie Hapes now Lazarow here.

It was good to read the alumni profiles, but wish there were more. I graduated with a BA with a double major in Religion and English and a minor in sociology.

I am married to Art Lazarow, Jr. Jennifer is married to Billy Saulman and they have 2 children, Jared who is now 6 and Brayden Alexandra who is 6 moths. They live in Newport News, VA. Brian is married and he and Wendy live in Olympia, WA. Brian works for a government contractor after serving in the Army Ranger.

Any of you who were aboard a Navy ship probably at one time or another received material from that Station. We were extremely busy during Desert Storm shipping explosives and loading ships.

A very exciting position as I was responsible for all the electronic equipment being de-installed from decommissioning ships as well as the overhauled equipment shipped to brand new ships. I am now employed by a government contractor, Stanley Associates, Inc. We sell primarily to the Marines, Navy and Army.

Our IT Products are installed on Navy ships. I look back on my high school years with fond memories. I don't think I ever missed a football game or a basketball game. Would love to hear from some of you Returned to the U. We married in May of and moved to Toronto, Canada, where we had two children, Jason, now 27, and Jennifer, now We moved to Brentwood after a few years and have called that home ever since.

After spending several years in the healthcare field in facilities management and personnel administration, I am now with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Nashville as Manager of Human Resources on a contract with Nortel Networks. Our daughter recently relocated to Houston where she produces the 6: Jason is now a Sr.

They recently bought their first house about 15 minutes from where we live. My email address is: John Hoffman "Doc" Deceased. Principal with Shelby County Schools.

As of June , I decided it was time to retire and move closer to my children and grandchildren who all reside in Tampa. My unmarried son, 42, works for CBS and my daughter 39 is an attorney and her husband is a geological engineer. I live just across Tampa Bay from them. I thought I might get bored in retirement, but much to my surprise, I am busier now than when I was working.

I hold many volunteer positions, but my favorite is being a head usher at Ruth Eckerd Hall much like the Orpheum. I am still a lover of the outdoors and go to the beach weekly since it is only 10 minutes away. I own a kayak, take kick boxing at the ladies gym, and have found some wonderful new friends here in Florida. Needless to say, I still keep in contact with old friends and classmates through e-mail and Facebook.

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Show is from each day. Crafts are to be handmade … Saturday, October 18, - St. For more info call Kirk on We finally got all of our permits and construction will begin!!

Horseback riding for kids, crafts, BBQ, vendors, tricky tray, music, … Click here to write your own. The event caters to the outdoor sportsman or sportswoman. It will be held on Saturday, October 18, from The Multicultural Festival is an annual event that the Handz On! Family Fun Summer Bash - Mt. Sterling, Ohio - Looking for more non-food vendors for weekend motorcycle rally and party for the whole family. There is space for about 65 booths!

Booths are 9 x You can … Click here to write your own. Sterling, Ohio - Motorcycle parts, t-shirts, tools, accessories??? Come on down and sell, sell, sell. Need craft vendors for our event. It will be at VCAA baseball league.

MAY 24TH, , 8: Please contact Samantha on for more information. One day event set up at 7: Hours of Boutique are 2: Live performances by independent artists. With Celebrities in attendance. We are also having a Car Show at the same location. I am a coordinator for the Long Lake Lights Festival.

Contact us at back2basicliving. The event is May 24th, , at Delaware county fairgrounds. Not limited to health and fitness but all genres including food. The first is May 9 and the second is May Proceeds going to our Vets here on Long Island. For more info contact Veronica on A few blocks from Marcus dairy at Danbury Airport.

This is an annual community marketplace and concert event. We usually have about 50 people. Does … Click here to write your own. Starts on April Please contact me for info at primeinc27 yahoo. Looking for food vendors for Holiday weekends in This will be a lucrative event for food vendors. We would prefer a cowboy or American food, … Click here to write your own. Food trucks are welcome. Deadline is March 19th. Mary's Episcopal Church annual Springfest bazaar is May , ; hours open to public are 8: Expecting over people.

International artists performing Tito Puente Jr. For more information contact Sammy Gonzalez on So let's do a little mingling, a little shopping, and just relax with the girls. Looking for food and merchandise vendors. The Hendersonville Senior Center … Click here to write your own. Last year over tables sold. Last years attendance was 1, Rain date will be April Gates open at Saturday February 1st from 4: Vendors wanted Early bird rates ends January 31, Come Drink, Eat and Shop.

Looking for vendors of all kinds to come out and showcase their unique products. Looking for vendors of all kinds. Be a part of a true shopping experience! Please contact Marie Fernstrom at marie.

Looking for vendors to attend craft show. Over 30 vendor spots. Also Christian singing and talent. We are looking for traditional and unique vendors. Arts, Crafts, Food, and more!

Applications and show information are available at - www. Petersburg, Florida - Hi. Sell your craft, jewelry, wares, etc. If you are interested please contact: Sunday, September 8, A time to celebrate hops, rye, pumpkins and the upcoming harvest! Call number on flyer or email at castawaypawsrescue gmail. Free camping for vendors. The event will run from 9 a. Rain date October 6, Saturday, September 7, 9: It is our 7th annual.

Foods vendor may be of a Spanish origin or other. Our gate has increased every year for the past 3 years. We are looking … Click here to write your own. October 26, - B'dam Brew Jam - Beaverdam. Sign up by August 11th. Full parking lot and large grass area available.

Please Contact Tammy at or email clerk. Open Day August 3, 8a. Located at Calvary M. Lawrence … Click here to write your own. Here is a great opportunity! Seeking vendors, crafters, artisans and hobbyist.

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Family fun day underway. It's that time again. Looking for craft vendors and any non food vendors. Please see website at jamaicadayreggaefestival. Situated between Amarillo and Canyon, Texas we have great … Click here to write your own. The event will be held at St. Mary's Church from Crowds are expected to be between 10 to 15 thousand people. Call Karen Sweigert on for more information. Need Vendors - leather, food, knives, patches, t-shirts, glasses, boots Our attendance is 13, people over the 3 days.

Friday set up , event starts 5: For an application call Looking for 6 food vendors. Spaces are 20 ft. For more info contact via email at linda megapromotionstour. We need art and craft vendors. Visit website at www. We also have a rally … Click here to write your own. We are trying to get approval to go until 3pm. Our fair is just 3 miles west of Ocean City, Maryland. Every Sunday enjoy this outdoor market at a Long Island landmark Do you have a craft or unwanted items you wish to sell?

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We are seeking vendors that are artist with talents. For more info contact Lisa on Hours are from Proceeds benefit the American Legion. Contact Karen Hankins at karen. Mary, Florida - Pioneer Days Vendors and Exhibitors Wanted. Looking for vendors to help with Green Santa Festival for military families and public.

We have various booths registered: Contact Mary Bray on or marybray att. World's longest soccer game 3 days. Saturday, October 27th, We have spots available for all vendors except food. Meet other talented crafters who are also there to display their artistic talents.

Our date this year will … Click here to write your own. Saturday October 20, - St. Event will be held indoors in a gym, rain or shine. We have 6 vendors and still need more. Hours 8am to 2pm. We are looking for local artists, crafts people and food vendors. Arlington, New Jersey - Free event for vendors, no fee.

We are having a fall festival for Mt. Arlington and the surrounding community. If interested or for more information please call Check out our web site for details - www. Contact information - website www. Saturday, November 3, 10 am —3 pm. Please contact us if you would like a booth at the Cheney Fall Harvest Festival.

Faire in 2nd year the only one in South Carolina! Funnel cakes, cotton candy, corn, hot dogs, etc. For more info contact: Also need a Kettle Corn Vendor. Need pricing and availability. We would like to have some more food vendors. This Is a family event. We need all kinds of Vendors, art-craft-service. We are seeking craft and antique vendors. Saturday September 8, 8: We will … January 26thth, - Festa! I am looking for any vendors not food. It will be heavily advertised and we're expecting a few thousand people to attend!

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Space is limited so register today to guarantee your spot. With this being our 1st Annual Event, we are negotiating all booth prices.

Rodeo and Festival draw over 25, Go to website at www. Outside spaces available and lawn available for canopy tents. Crafts, wares and ice cream vendors wanted. Preference will be given to vendors who sign up early.

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