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Feb. 20, 2007 obituaries  (Fine homebuilding)

Posted by netorius on February 25, 2007


Barbara Neely Anderson, 67, of Nashville, passed away Feb. 16, 2007. Funeral services were conducted Feb. 19 at Woodbine Funeral Home of Nashville, with Bro. Jim Costello officiating. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Business bankruptcies 
MINNEAPOLIS Deborah Lynn Wiele and Scott Donald Wiele, doing business as First International, 3257 Colorado Av. S., St. Louis Park; filed Feb. 8, 07-40444; Chap. 7; assets, $3,800; liabilities, $219,735. Frank D. Higgins and Wanda L. Higgins, doing business as Frank’s Audio & Video Service, 14018 Crosstown Blvd. NW., Andover; filed Feb. 12, 07-40470; Chap. 7; assets, $251,469; liabilities, …

Sounds of old heard through Long’s psalteries 
GATLINBURG – Rick Long demonstrated one of his bowed psalteries at the Arrowmont Craft Shop Saturday by playing different traditional tunes on them.

Students have bird’s-eye view 
How do the soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan know the students at Webber Junior High School are thinking about them?

Mervin Reed 
Mervin “Buss” Reed, 73, of Seville, passed away Thursday, Feb. 22, 2007, at Medina General Hospital. He was born in Akron to Donald and Alta Reed and was a Medina County resident for 38 years. Mr. Reed was a retired insulator working out of a local in Akron.

Fire Breaks Out At Biddeford Millyard 
As many as 150 firefighters were called to the Riverdam Millyard in Biddeford Monday morning to help put out a three-alarm fire. The fire broke out in the basement of the complex in a woodworking business.

Senior Bulletin Board 
Meals for people 60 or older are served at the Community Center five times a week. Reservations must be made 48 hours ahead by calling (413) 743-8333, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. There is a suggested donation of $2.

End of an Era’ as Two at Kroger Retire 
DU QUOIN – It’s interesting how some of our worst memories become our best. Leonard Knapp, who retires today after 41 years with the Kroger Co., has one of those. He remembers it like it was yesterday.

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