Mary Hinkson

03 May 19
The Student Life

Eight high-level administrators have left Pomona since President Starr took office, propmpting questions about transparency and continuity.

13 Apr 19
Observer

Martha Graham’s company may be different to what it was 93 years ago, but under Janet Eilber’s leadership, there’s still plenty of reason for applause.

16 Mar 19
Flowers For Socrates

March 16th is Black Press Day * National Panda Day No Selfies Day * Saint Urho’s Day * Freedom of Information Day * _________________________________________ MORE! Caroline Herschel, Mary Hinkson and Zhu Chen, click

14 Mar 19

John Wilson 1739-1823 Reverend Amos Wilson April 7, 1770-October 27,1854 The year was probably 1799 and our fourth great grandfather, twenty nine year old Amos Wilson, left his wife Anna, whom he had married in 1791, and their four year old daughter Abigail with his brothers and a sister and their children in a rudimentary cluster […]

12 Feb 19
Vancouver Sun

“I take no joy in having to take this claim to the courts over the past three years at great personal and financial expense.”

29 Jan 19
Vancouver Sun

‘Like all of us, the legislature needs to be under the law and not a law unto themselves.’

01 Dec 18
soccer4us.net

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: US Youth Soccer Communications, rloy@usyouthsoccer.org or 800-4SOCCER 2018-19 US Youth Soccer National League Girls play continues in North Carolina Day 2 of 4 complete Friday Photos Follow the National League Season… Scores and Schedule | National League Home | Video Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | #EarnYourPlace WILSON, N.C. (Nov. 30, […]

26 Nov 18
WKBN
Roman Edward “Ed” Gerasimek, 83, of Sharpsville, passed away on Sunday, November 25, 2018, at St. Paul Homes in Greenville, Pennsylvania. Ed was born on February 24, 1935, to John and Josephine (Kruszewski) Gerasimek in Cadiz, Ohio. His family moved to Sharpsville when he was young and he attended the one-room school in Orangeville. He graduated from Sharpsville High School, Class of 1953. While in school, he worked at LoBlaws and following graduation, he went on to work at Packard Electric in Warren, Ohio. He retired in August 1991 after 38 years. Starting as a stock boy, he worked his way to general foreman. On August 17, 1957, he married his wife, Victoria (Hinkson) Gerasimek, who survives at home. He was a member of First Assembly of God Church in Hermitage, Pennsylvania. Ed loved fishing and hunting with his two grandsons. He also enjoyed woodworking and traveling in his Winnebago, especially trips to Florida with his family and grandchildren. Ed is survived by his loving wife, Victoria; daughters, Cheri (Bob) Bibler of Sharpsville and Carol Houck of Clark; grandchildren, Ryan Bibler, Derek Bibler, Kayla Houck and Madison Houck; sister, Mary Ann (John) Dodds of Hermitage and brothers, Leo (Janet) Gerasimek, Paul (Emily) Gerasimek, George (Jane) Gerasimek and Jim (Janice) Gerasimek, all of Sharpsville. He was preceded in death by father, John Gerasimek; mother, Josephine Gerasimek and brothers, Frank (Bonnie) Gerasimek and Robert Gerasimek. Friends may call Tuesday, November 27, 2018, from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m., at Stephen J. Sherman Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 2201 Highland Road, Hermitage, Pennsylvania. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, at 7:00 p.m., in the Stephen J. Sherman Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Hermitage, Pennsylvania, with Pastor Ken Martin, officiating and Pastor Daniel Houck, co-officiating. Burial will take place in Mount Washington Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be sent to First Assembly of God Church, 1455 North Keel Ridge Road, Hermitage, PA 16148, in memory of Roman. Arrangements entrusted to the Stephen J. Sherman Funeral Home & Cremation Service. A television tribute will air Tuesday, November 27 at the following approximate times: 6:41 a.m. WYTV and 8:41 a.m. MyYTV and 9:58 a.m. on FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.
25 Nov 18
Lawndale Ward

Sacrament Meeting Presiding:                                          Bishop Stelter Conducting:                                      Brother Jones Chorister:                  […]

02 Nov 18
The Student Life

Pomona College’s Career Development Office pre-health adviser and faculty pre-health academic adviser roles have both remained empty since the start of this semester. Amanda Taylor, the former CDO pre-health adviser, resigned at the beginning of the spring 2018 semester, according to neuroscience and psychology professor Richard Lewis, the former faculty pre-health adviser who stepped down […]

15 Sep 18
WKBN
John D. Anzelmo, 93, passed away Friday evening, September 14, 2018, at Hospice House. John was born June 24, 1925, in Youngstown, a son of the late Domenico and Antonina Alioto Anzelmo and was a lifelong area resident. He attended East High School, where he was a drum major in the band. John was a proud veteran of the United States Army, serving during World War II with the 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division and with the 48th Tank Battalion, 14th Armored Division, earning several medals for his courageous service. After his honorable discharge from the military, John became a truck driver and worked for 40 years for General Electric, retiring in 1987. Mr. Anzelmo was a member of Austintown Community Church, where he served as an usher, helped with the monthly food giveaways and the church dinners and he worked at the church’s Colonial Inn at the Canfield Fair.  John was also a member of the VFW on Raccoon Road in Austintown and was cub master with the Boy Scouts of America, Pack 84. He loved woodworking, bowling and playing cards and in his younger years, he enjoyed dancing. John leaves his wife of nearly 62 years, Delores Hinkson Anzelmo, whom he married October 17, 1956; three children, Linda (James) Aeppli, Donald Anzelmo and David Anzelmo, all of Austintown; five grandchildren, James (Lori) Aeppli, Jonathan (Kelsey) Aeppli, David, Alex and Jordan Anzelmo and four great-grandchildren, Dominic, Lizzie, Noah and Kaley. Siblings, Tony, Providence, Mary, Annette and Joe, are deceased. Family and friends may call Wednesday, September 19, 2018, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown, where a funeral service with a military tribute by the VFW will take place at 6:30 p.m. Mr. Anzelmo’s family thanks the wonderful nurses and staff with Hospice of the Valley and with Hospice House, for the kindness shown and care given to John and his family during his illness. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in John’s name to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market Street, Boardman, OH 44512. Please visit kinnickfuneralhome.com to send condolences online to John’s family.
12 Jul 18
The Desert Path

Cat’s Morning Bits for July 12, 2018 Good Morning Beautiful Souls, grab a cup of your favorite morning brew and start things off with “Today’s Inspirations”. I hope you find something here that will make you feel good or help you on your path today. Blessings, Cat _________________________ Very good in the grass to lie […]

03 Jul 18
soccer4us.net

To view this message in a browser, please click here: http://www.idevmail.net/message.aspx?d=26&m=10266&e=&r=124289121 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Ryan Loy, US Youth Soccer Communications, rloy@usyouthsoccer.org or 800-4-SOCCER Champions crowned at 2018 US Youth Soccer Eastern Regional Championships SPOTSYLVANIA, Va. (July 3, 2018) — The 2018 US Youth Soccer Eastern Regional Championships came to an exciting conclusion on Tuesday […]