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Mr. Wagner, who was born in Farmington, WA on January 4, 1922, died on January 23, 2010. In 1940, his junior year of high school, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was posted to Hickam Field, Hawaii. After surviving the Pearl Harbor attack, he served in the Pacific Theatre with the 7th Air Force until the end of the war. He married Ruth Elaine Cloaninger in 1945. He continued to serve in the Air National Guard from 1947 to 1950.After graduating from Gonzaga University he obtained a Master's in Social Work from the University of Ottawa in 1956. His social work career spanned 30 years of service to the community, first at Catholic Charities, then the State of Washington, the US Bureau of Indian Affairs and, after his retirement from the BIA, Riverside General Hospital. His work moved the family through several towns in Washington and Idaho, and eventually to Southern California in 1972. He and his wife returned to Spokane in 1986 to be close to friends and family and spent over 20 years of happy retirement there. In particular, his participation in the 1988 Codger Bowl football game is memorialized on south side of the Codger Pole in Colfax. For the last 2 years they have lived with their son and daughter-in-law in Riverside, CA. In September, they celebrated 64 years of marriage. Mrs. Wagner died in October. Joe Wagner had a profound commitment to helping others, especially disadvantaged youth. He also had keen and wide-ranging interests in science, history and the natural world. His love of people and of learning led him to participate in many organizations, from the Rotary Club to the Coulee Dam Volunteer Police Officers to the Spokane Mushroom Society.
His creative spirit expressed itself in gem cutting, jewelry making, photography and water color painting. In his later years he devoted much of his time to the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and the Civilian Conservation Corps. He was active member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Spokane.
Burial: Colfax Cemetery
Colfax , Whitman County
Washington, USA

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Birth:  Jan. 15, 1975
Burlington , Coffey County
Kansas, USA
Death:  Jul. 21, 2009
Lake County
Florida, USA

Christopher Don Anstaett, 34, of Eustis, FL died on Tuesday,, July 21, 2009. Born in Burlington, KS, he moved to Lake County in 2002 from Kansas. He was the Owner and Operator of SES Welding of Eustis. He was a member of the East Coast Timing Association.
Osage City Cemetery
Osage City
Osage County
Kansas, USA

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Jack Jesus Jureidini, 76, a doctor, of Las Vegas, passed away May 2, 2012. 
Spouse:  Maria Diana Jureidini (1944 - 2009)
Burial: Palm Memorial Park Northwest
Las Vegas , Clark County , Nevada, USA 

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Ralph L. Kaeser, Jr., 64, Lee's Summit, passed away September 17, 2011 after a long illness. Funeral services would be at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 22 at Charter Funerals/Blue Ridge Chapel, 5000 Blue Ridge Cutoff. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel. Burial will be in Lee's Summit Historical Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to City Union Mission, KCMO, or to Children's Mercy Hospital.

Ralph was born October 25, 1946 in Belleville, Illinois to Dr. Ralph Kaeser, Sr. and Josie (Wallace) Kaeser. He served in the Navy during the Vietnam War on the USS Hermitage. He retired from IBM in 2000. Ralph was a volunteer for City Union Mission, children's hospitals, Christmas on Quindaro, and contributed to several other charitable organizations. Ralph's father, his mother, and his stepmother, Betty Kaeser, preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Angela (Gibson) Kaeser; children: Jennifer Smith, Becky Alcaraz (Steve), and Bryan Kaeser (Treva); brothers, Kenneth Kaeser and Peter Kaeser; sisters, Martha Kaeser and Mary Kaeser-Miller; and grandchildren: Morgan, Josie, Lowry, Logan, and Landry.

(Offerstone writer would bring Ralph to the Novel "The Memory Keepers" , He is a good model. )

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George William Teeling, Sr., 83, passed away April 27, 2011 in Safford, AZ. George was born to Clara Helene Schuster & Clarence Joseph Teeling on July 4, 1927 in Chicago, IL.
He was drafted into the army at age 18, while still in High School, and served as combat Military Police during the end of WWII. He later completed his G.E.D. and vocational training.
George met and fell in love with Clara Eva Hayden and on December 10, 1948, they were married in Chicago, IL. To this union were added 6 children; George Jr., Georgene, Robert, James, Michael & Suzanne. They lived in Willcox for 47 years before moving to Safford.
George worked 32 years for Mountain Bell as a central office technician converting magneto to rotary dial. He also worked for Rock Island Railroad as journeyman machinist with steam and diesel engines. He served as past Exalted Ruler and charter member of P.B.O. Elks Lodge, President of Willcox Lions Club, member of the American Legion and 20 years as Planning & Zoning Commissioner.
He loved hunting & fishing, and working in his community. He was also involved in the Scouting program with his children. He and his son worked on many wood and metal projects in his shop.
George is preceded in death by his parents; Clara & Clarence Teeling, his sister Gladys Haskell, and 1 grandchild.
Burial: Safford City Cemetery
Safford , Graham County
Arizona, USA


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Burial: Glendale Cemetery 
Trinity County
Texas, USA

Weight : 1168.07 kg

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Burial: Santaquin City Cemetery 
Utah County
Utah, USA

Weight : 787.37 kg

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Dawn Michelle Glenn, 36, of Orange, died on Monday November 24, 2008, at the University of Virginia Medical Center.
She was born March 7, 1972, in Charlottesville, a daughter of Carolyn Carpenter Bickers of Gordonsville and the late Matthew C. Carpenter.
Burial: Maplewood Cemetery 
Orange County
Virginia, USA

Weight : 850.10 kg

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Mr. Wagner, who was born in Farmington, WA on January 4, 1922, died on January 23, 2010. In 1940, his junior year of high school, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was posted to Hickam Field, Hawaii. After surviving the Pearl Harbor attack, he served in the Pacific Theatre with the 7th Air Force until the end of the war. He married Ruth Elaine Cloaninger in 1945. He continued to serve in the Air National Guard from 1947 to 1950. After graduating from Gonzaga University he obtained a Master s in Social Work from the University of Ottawa in 1956. His social work career spanned 30 years of service to the community, first at Catholic Charities, then the State of Washington, the US Bureau of Indian Affairs and, after his retirement from the BIA, Riverside General Hospital. His work moved the family through several towns in Washington and Idaho, and eventually to Southern California in 1972. He and his wife returned to Spokane in 1986 to be close to friends and family and spent over 20 years of happy retirement there. In particular, his participation in the 1988 Codger Bowl football game is memorialized on south side of the Codger Pole in Colfax. For the last 2 years they have lived with their son and daughter-in-law in Riverside, CA. In September, they celebrated 64 years of marriage. Mrs. Wagner died in October. Joe Wagner had a profound commitment to helping others, especially disadvantaged youth. He also had keen and wide-ranging interests in science, history and the natural world. His love of people and of learning led him to participate in many organizations, from the Rotary Club to the Coulee Dam Volunteer Police Officers to the Spokane Mushroom Society. 
His creative spirit expressed itself in gem cutting, jewelry making, photography and water color painting. In his later years he devoted much of his time to the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and the Civilian Conservation Corps. He was active member of St. Anthony s Catholic Church in Spokane.  
Burial: Colfax Cemetery 
Colfax , Whitman County
Washington, USA

Weight : 852.50 kg

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Birth:  Jan. 15, 1975
Burlington , Coffey County
Kansas, USA
Death:  Jul. 21, 2009
Lake County
Florida, USA

Christopher Don Anstaett, 34, of Eustis, FL died on Tuesday,, July 21, 2009.Born in Burlington, KS, he moved to Lake County in 2002 from Kansas.
He was the Owner and Operator of SES Welding of Eustis. He was a member of the East Coast Timing Association. 
Osage City Cemetery 
Osage City
Osage County
Kansas, USA

Weight : 850.10 kg

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