Obituaries - Adams County Free Press. Miriam Olive. Miriam Olive, 6.
Corning, passed away Sunday, Feb. Mass of Christian Burial was held Thursday, Feb. St. Patrick Catholic Church, Corning, with Father Lazarus Kirigia as Celebrant. Burial was at Calvary Cemetery in Corning.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Calvary Cemetery, and/or Corning Public Library. Pearson Family Funeral Service and Cremation Center was in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www. Miriam Eleanor Olive, the daughter of Orlo Francis Olive and Mary Maxine (Miller) Olive, was born Oct. Mercy Hospital in Corning.
Miriam attended Corning Public Schools. She enjoyed attending the class of 1. We were blessed to have Mary Peckham in our lives. She taught Miriam Braille and many life skills for the blind. Mary was an inspiration to Miriam. Miriam loved her horses.
She was able to ride and care for them and had a strong connection with each one and even raised three foals. Miriam greatly enjoyed reading her Braille books and listened to scores of talking books. She also loved to crochet and made afghans for her brothers and sisters.
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Miriam enjoyed playing cards and cribbage. Her memory for what cards were played enabled her to win most games, to the disappointment of many opponents. Also, she enjoyed her many nieces and nephews and then great- nieces and great- nephews. Eye Patches For Adults Cvs there. She taught them many things. Survivors include her mother, Mary Olive; three sisters, Madeline Urwin of Corning, Marsha Sortino of Omaha, Neb., and Mary Lynn (husband Richard) Saniuk of Austin, Texas; two brothers, Martin Olive and Matthew Olive, both of Corning; four nieces and seven nephews; and three great- nieces and five great- nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Orlo Olive; brother, Mark Olive; brother- in- law, Bob Urwin; and niece, Nicole Sortino. Grace Mundt. Grace Mundt, 9.
Monday, Jan. 3. 0, 2. Lenox Care Center in Lenox, Iowa. A memorial service was held Saturday, Feb.
Corning United Methodist Church with Mr. Chuck Lyles officiating. Inurnment will be at Springfield Cemetery in Springfield, Neb., at a later date. Memorials may be directed to the Corning United Methodist Church, HCI Hospice, and/or the American Cancer Society.
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Pearson Family Funeral Service and Cremation Center was in charge of the arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www. Grace Maxine Mundt, the daughter of Hans Peter and Pearl A. Dagerman) Harder, was born Dec. Springfield, Neb. She was baptized at the Lutheran Church in Papillion, Neb., on Nov. She graduated from Springfield High School with the class of 1.
Grace was united in marriage to George Henry Mundt on Dec. Gretna, Neb. Following their marriage, they resided on the family farm in Springfield for approximately three years. They then moved to Oakland, Iowa, then Bridgewater, Iowa, before moving to Corning in 1. Four children were born to bless this union: Peggy, Jeanette, George, and Marvin. Grace worked as a farmwife while living in Springfield and Oakland. Starting in 1. 96.
Rosary Hospital in Corning. She did this for several years before working at the D & L Factory in Red Oak, Iowa, where she remained until her retirement. Grace was a member of the Corning United Methodist Church since Sept. She also belonged to the Golden Hawks Camping Club and the Hawkeye Gem and Mineral Club. Grace enjoyed cooking, baking, quilting, making jewelry, and playing cards when time allowed. She made afghans for every one of her grandkids. Grace also enjoyed traveling with her husband.
They made numerous winter trips to Arizona over the years. She will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved her. Left to cherish Grace’s memory are her children, Peggy (Dean) Wyllie of La. Vista, Neb., Jeanette (Marlyn) Allen of West Chester, Iowa, and Marvin (Pamela) Mundt of Stanton, Iowa; 1. Joyce (Jack) Lively of Gretna; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.Preceding Grace in death were her parents; husband George; infant son George Ervin; granddaughters Linda Wyllie and Mamie Dawn Blair; three brothers, Donald, Dale and Robert; and a sister, Marian Trost.
Linda Harbin. Memorial Celebration of Life Services for Linda Harbin, age 6. Lenox, who passed away Saturday, Jan. Greater Regional Hospice Home were held Wednesday, Feb. Lenox Community Center.
Interment of ashes will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be directed to the family for cancer research. Memories can be shared with the family at www. Obituaries. Arrangements were entrusted to the Ritchie Funeral Home of Lenox. Linda Kay (John) Harbin was born March 2.
Ottumwa, Iowa, the daughter of Lyle John and Lucile (Hawkins) John. The family moved to the Prescott area in 1. Lenox in 1. 95. 2. Linda graduated from Lenox High School with the class of 1. While in high school, Linda enjoyed participating in sports, excelling as a guard on the girls basketball team.
The NFL's response to domestic violence and sexual assault. In the late summer of 2. NFL fans and the media due to some high- profile cases involving NFL players. Since then, Commissioner Goodell and his team have worked hard to learn as much as they can about these issues and how best to address them. Though no one can prevent these terrible crimes from being committed, the NFL can move forward to help those in its vast network of players, coaches, staff and their families who may need it and take steps towards preventing domestic violence and sexual assault before they happen. This article is intended to provide both information and transparency as the league continues on what will be a very long journey towards making a real impact - inside and outside the NFL. Below is an outline of the league's work- to- date.
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: Equal Opportunity Problems Domestic violence and sexual assault know no boundaries - not socio- economic, racial, religious, gender, age, sexual orientation or education. These issues affect every community across the nation. No one is immune. Yet despite the astounding prevalence - 1 in 4 U.
S. women and 1 in 7 men (aged 1. When faced with these issues in the summer of 2.
NFL needed to know and do more. Taking a strategic but urgent approach, Commissioner Goodell and his team began meeting with and talking to as many experts, advocates, academics, law enforcement professionals and others as possible (more than 1. The goals: - Learn how to get help for those within the NFL (players, coaches, staff and their families) who are impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault and help to prevent it going forward; - Use the NFL platform to work towards changing long- standing social norms that include shame, blame and a general unwillingness on the part of many to discuss these issues out in the open. Help fill gaps in service that resulted directly from the high- profile nature of the domestic violence cases being dealt with in the NFL. The information that follows gives a good sense of what the league has done thus far and where it plans to go in the future (long- term plans are still being determined).
Addressing Social Issues Inside the NFL: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Child Abuse, Driving Under the Influence Ongoing Education Between October and December 2. NFL, including some family members (more than 6,0.
DV), child abuse (CA), and sexual assault (SA) education. Mandatory for all league and club office personnel, owners, cheerleaders, coaches, and players and available to and highly encouraged for friends, family members, and loved ones, the education sessions were conducted in person at all 3. China and Mexico.
For those remote offices, new hires, and staff who were not present at the live sessions, an online version of the presentation is available and mandatory. Members of the public can also view it here. Frequent Fever Causes In Adults there. The initial education sessions were intended to help attendees not only understand the scope of behavior that constitutes domestic violence and sexual assault, but also the warning signs associated with these issues. Bystander intervention - - how everyone can be part of addressing and therefore helping prevent this violence - - was another very important focus area of the education.
The second round of league- wide education launched in July 2. Training Camp, and club and league personnel scheduling their sessions for this fall.
Building on the 2. In their own words, a sexual assault survivor, a domestic violence survivor and a perpetrator of verbal abuse share their experiences, the impact not only on them but also on those around them, and how others either helped or could have helped them. In the room, attendees receive a quick refresher on each issue and then talk about warning signs and ways that bystanders can safely intervene. Evolving to include other issues the NFL faces, the 2.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI). Here too, first person videos are used, though in this case both are members of the NFL family - - current Tennessee Titans player Delanie Walker, whose aunt and uncle were killed by a drunk driver in 2. Donte Stallworth, who killed a man while driving under the influence in 2. Sex Dating In Big Fork Arkansas.
The result is a powerful message of accountability and responsibility for preventing what is a completely avoidable tragedy from occurring. Individual Support. Critical Response Teams. To ensure it is ready to assist when called, the league has specially trained more than 2.
NFL family, including spouses, significant others, or other family members who experience abuse. The league's Critical Response Team (CRT) has been in place since late 2.
CRTs planned for all 3. Updated Personal Conduct Policy. In consultation with leading experts throughout the country, the NFL has overhauled its approach to discipline and accountability for employees and players, both on and off the field. The new set of rules and processes are tough, fair, clear and consistent governing player conduct and discipline.