Two of the three missionaries who were freed from captivity by a Haitian gang are members of a West Michigan family, a Hart official said, citing relatives.
Castletown Grove, Celbridge, Kildare / Sandymount, Dublin. Dalton, Berverley (Bev), Castletown Grove, Celbridge, Co. Kildare and late of Sandymount, Dublin, December 6th 2021, suddenly at home, deeply regretted by his loving partner Helen, children David, Jonathan, Stephanie, Peter, Luke and Sean, daughter-in-law Celine, ex-wife Rita, grandson Conor, granddaughter Ellie, brother Mervyn, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
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“The Hand of God” (129 min, Rated R for language, some sexual content, and nudity). 8 out of 10. Well-known Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino presents an inspirational homage of his youth in Naples in the early 1980s in this wonderful coming-of-age autobiographical throwback, “The Hand of God.” The title could refer to any number of events that helped shape Sorrentino’s youth, which led to him to become a renowned filmmaker — but it appears it more strikingly refers to one particular event when a beloved family member unexpectedly passed away when he was only 17. Today, cinema lovers have enjoyed what has been a fruitful career for this accomplished filmmaker.
Margie Koyle Twitchell, 98, passed away peacefully on December 5, 2021, in Holladay, Utah from natural causes incident to age. Margie was born May 3, 1923, in her grandparents’ home in Springville, Utah to John Hyrum Koyle and Mabel Beardall. Margie enjoyed growing up on the family farm in Salem, Utah. Being raised during the Great Depression, she learned how to work and to use her resources wisely. She graduated from Spanish Fork High School, and attended LDS Business College in Salt Lake City. After World War II, she married Lafayette J Twitchell on June 25, 1946. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Manti Utah Temple on June 23, 1964. She lived in Utah, Idaho, and New Mexico. Margie enjoyed sewing, gardening, making desserts, camping, fishing, and genealogy. She loved to laugh and had an adventurous spirit.
Daniel Ortega reappeared this Tuesday, December 7, in a family prayer at his residence and office in El Carmen, after accumulating his first 29 days absent since his “re-election” on November 7, when he was proclaimed elected in questioned votes without competition, and delivered the next day his most virulent speech against the political prisoners that his regime continues to increase.
Truckee Meadows Community College President Karin Hilgersom today announced to TMCC staff and faculty she is going on extended medical leave. A family illness prompted the decision, she said. “The last year has been very difficult for me and my family. I will be taking [Family and Medical Leave Act] leave from the College for several weeks.”
Husband of the late Peggy (nee Finn) and loving father to daughter Marian, son Anthony, Brother's of Charity Cahir Abbey, son in law Larry, sister Kitty, grandchildren, Brian and his wife Rachel, Eoin and his wife Anna, and great grandchildren Evan, Nathan, Olivia and Jasmine, brother in law Joseph Nolan, nieces, nephews, relatives, and his two dear friends Alice and Margaret.
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Muriel Diane Moffett Davis, 70, passed away on Monday, December 6, 2021 at her home. She was born on December 10, 1950 in Amory to Elmo Carlos and Christine Sanders Moffett. She attended Becker and Amory schools and she married Raymond Davis on June 30, 1967. She was a homemaker and totally devoted to her family in raising her children and to Junior. For many years, Diane was caretaker to her mother and mother-in-law and always put others' needs above her own. A talented pianist, she played for Antioch Baptist Church having begun playing at the age of 5. She loved gospel music and attending singings. She and her family would often travel out west and especially going to Yellowstone. She absolutely adored her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and she was a member of Antioch Baptist Church. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. on Thursday, December 9, 2021 at Cleveland-Moffett Funeral Home in Amory with Bro. Kerry Nelson and Bro. Shay Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenbrier Cemetery. In addition to her husband of nearly 55 years, Junior Davis, she is survived by two daughters, Melissa Smith of Becker and Michelle Johnson (Will) of Mooreville; sisters-in-law, Barbara Moffett, Dorothy Moffett, and Jan Fairly; her grandchildren, Bo Camp (Rebecca), Brandon Camp (Elyse), Mikayla Johnson Pracht (Caleb), Austin Johnson, and Shay Johnson; great grandchildren, Blair Camp, Daltyn Camp, Lilli Camp, EttaClaire Camp, and Hank Camp; a host of nieces and nephews; and close friends, Raymond and Jeannie Layton. She was preceded in death by her parents; her brothers, Elmo Carlos, Jr. and Donnie Ray Moffett; great grandchild, Elijah Camp; brother-in-law, Danny Davis; and mother-in-law, Ruby Beasley. Pallbearers will be Bo Camp, Brandon Camp, Austin Johnson, Daltyn Camp, Raymond Layton, Randy Parker, and Hank Camp. A special thanks from the family is extended to Legacy Hospice for their care. Visitation will be on Wednesday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Condolences may be shared with the family at clevelandmoffettfuneralhome.com.
Betty Angers Fleming was born in New Iberia on January 25, 1926, to Robert and Anna Mae Angers. She grew up on Rosier Street near Mount Carmel Academy for girls, which she attended through high school. She subsequently attended and graduated from the Southwestern Louisiana Institute of Liberal and Technical Learning (SLI, now UL Lafayette), where she studied elementary education.
Langton Park, Newbridge, Kildare / Monasterevin, Kildare. Langton Park, Newbridge and formerly of Lackagh, Monasterevin. Unexpectedly. Predeceased by his parents, his brothers Richard, Dermot, Kevin and Noel, who was buried on Saturday. Beloved brother of Benny and Jimmy. Deeply regretted by his loving family, nieces, nephews, extended family, relatives and friends.
When “The Miracle Centre” founder, Pastor Siva Moodley died, her wife believed he would perform yet another miracle by resurrecting, but three months later his body remains in a Johannesburg funeral parlour. His wife, Pastor Jessie Moodley, is refusing to bury her darling even after the resurrection miracle is proving...
Perla Marie Dennisson Morton, (85), passed away on November 19, 2021 at her home, surrounded by loved ones. She was a well-known resident of Cedaredge, and the surrounding communities, for 35 years. She was a faithful worker and member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church for 70 years. In 1952, at age 15, she enrolled in and later graduated from, the Seventh Day Adventist Academy in Keene, Texas where she completed 2 years high-school + 1 year of higher learning, the whole while working for her full tuition. Perla committed her life to Jesus, as her Lord and Savior, during that time. Perla stated, her relationship with Jesus Christ has given her the strength to endure family losses, prolonged illnesses, surgeries and all of life’s mountains and valleys. Her own death has been the greatest testimony of her life – to God be the Glory alone – as God has been with her every moment of every day. Her victory over death was to anticipate everlasting life with Jesus in Heaven. She has often said that one of her greatest accomplishments in her life is the wonderful years spent with her beloved husband, her four children, eight grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Perla claimed many times that her husband of 64 years was a gift and blessing that only God can give. Perla was given an extra measure of love when you count her many, many wonderful friends and family relationships gained throughout her life.Perla said this obituary is intended, not to tell her life story, but should be used to glorify God, the Father, and Jesus Christ, the Son. Her greatest desire is to encourage the reader to seek and find the new life she experienced through Jesus Christ her Lord. Amen.
POLSON — Our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great grandmother, Sister and Aunt Genevie (Gen) Jo Caye-Eneas, 60, of Elmo, began her Journey Home Thursday, December 2, 2021, in Missoula. Gen was born in Polson to the late Albert and Alma Caye on August 4, 1961. She grew up in Elmo and...
We joke a lot about how being with family for the holidays is the most STRESSFUL part of the year. But do most of us secretly enjoy it?. Two-thirds of Americans say spending quality time with their family . . . including extended family . . . is the BEST part of the holidays.
The family of Barb and Randy Rathbun have made it a tradition to spread Christmas cheer in Barnard for the second year in a row. The extended family gathered at the Barnard Community Center for lunch and then hit the streets decorating light poles and trees. Barb Rathbun is supervising ...