Stephen Rumnock, Jr.
January 24, 1947 – January 18, 2018
Stephen J. Rumnock Jr., 70, passed away in his Port Orange home early Thursday, January 18, 2018. Born January 24, 1947 in Abington, PA, he was the eldest son of Stephen J. and Ethel Catherine (Landis) Rumnock. Steve graduated from Hatboro-Horsham High School, Horsham, PA in 1964 and served in Vietnam from 1966-1967 in the US Army 1st Cavalry Artillery Division, A/2/17/FA. He took great pride in being a staunch conservative and a founding member of the Sons of the Beaches (SOBs) in Daytona Beach. Steve is survived by his wife of 48 years Louise A. (Frey) Rumnock; a brother Robert W. Rumnock of CA; two sons Stephen J. Rumnock III of CO, Richard W. Rumnock of Palm Coast; four grandchildren Amberley Lynn Rumnock of Ormond Beach, Colin Riley Rumnock, Alexis Lily Rumnock and Blake Stephen Rumnock of Palm Coast. Two memorial services are planned. The first service will be held at 3 PM on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at Lohman’s Funeral Home located on 1423 Bellevue Avenue in Daytona Beach, FL and a second service will be held in Horsham, PA during the summer.
Charles Ray Riley, 72, died Sunday, December 17, 2017, at Hock Family Pavilion. He was born in Durham, the son of the late Olivus Riley and Bessie Riley. Mr. Riley was also preceded in death by four brothers, Bobby, Bernice, Harold and Jimmy; and one sister, Judy Fisher. Mr. Riley was a retired truck driver, and he was a veteran of the U.S. Army.
Mr. Riley is survived by his daughter, Dana Riley; grandchildren, Ashley Cox, Destinee Tyson and husband Carlos; great grandchildren, Easton and Kaylynn Tyson and brother, Kenneth Riley.
A funeral service will be held 11 a.m., Wednesday, December 20, at Clements Funeral Chapel in Durham. Burial will follow at Little River Presbyterian Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, December 19 at Clements Funeral Home
Making a Donation to Wounded Warrior Project on behalf of John Bagley
At this web site, you may make a donation, enter your name, and amount of donation, and then at the bottom – you may enter John Bagley’s information in Honor/Memory of John Bagley.
When you support the Wounded Warrior Project, have them send the acknowledgement to:
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Making a Donation to Purple Heart Foundation in Honor of John Bagley:
Mail your donation (check) to:
Purple Heart Foundation
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Annandale, VA 22003
Be sure to state “This donation is in the memory of John Bagley.”
Also state: “Please mail a card to Sharon Bagley, 2370 Colonial Drive, Brookhaven, GA 30319.”
Larry E. Miller passed away peacefully early Tuesday morning, Aug. 13, 2013. Larry served in C/2/17 Field Artillery as their Medic in Vietnam 1968.
Larry was the youngest child of the late, Thomas O. Miller and Roseantha W. Miller of Mt. Holly North Carolina.
He is preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Charles and Jerry Miller; and sister, Dorris Helton. He is survived by his wife, Jerrie H. Miller; his son, Billy Miller (Melissa); eight grandchildren; one great-grandson; brother, Bobby Miller; and sister, Joanne Rollins.
Visitation will be held 1 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Woodlawn Funeral Home, 375 Woodlawn Avenue, Mount Holly.
A memorial service will follow at 3 p.m. Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C., at a later date.
Daniel Lee Lazenberry 1933-2017
Daniel Lee Lazenberry passed away at home at the age of 83 on June 23, 2017 in Friendswood, TX. Daniel was born on September 16, 1933 in El Paso, TX to parents Robert G. and Vera M. (Hawkins) Lazenberry. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Carol Summers Lazenberry; his daughters, Margaret C. Lazenberry, Charlotte Brohi, Jacqueline McDonald, and Susan Magers; son, Hugh Lazenberry; daughter in law, Lisa Lazenberry; son in laws, Al Brohi and James McDonald; 12 grandchildren and six great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. His son, Daniel Lee Lazenberry, Jr. preceded him in death.
Daniel proudly served his country with full military honors in the United States Army, serving in Korea. He was an El Paso police officer for ten years, followed by Seminary Theological School in New Orleans, LA. However, he discovered his true passion was for teaching. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Texas at El Paso, he moved his growing family to Houston, TX in 1970 and began his distinguished career with the Houston Independent School District serving for more than 32 years, of which 23 years were with The High School for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. He was most proud that he served his students in the same classroom and with the same principal for all 23 years. Daniel retired from teaching in 2001.
He was passionate about the poems and songs of praise he penned over the years and about the numerous articles he wrote for The El Paso Times. He was a self-taught musician who shared with his children the sounds of his guitar and hymn singing at bedtime. After spending the last 40 years writing about his passion for Jesus Christ, he happily completed his manuscript, The Barricades to Paradise: The Devil’s Siegfried Line, just two weeks before his passing.
Friends are cordially invited to attend a visitation with the family from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at Jeter Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 311 N. Friendswood Dr., Friendswood, TX, 77546, (281) 992-7200. His Homegoing Celebration will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at Jeter Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Valgene Holmes officiating. He will be buried at the Houston National Cemetery.
Condolences can be sent to the family in care of Jeter Funeral Home at www.jeterfuneralhome.com.
Published in Houston Chronicle on June 27, 2017
MSG (Retired) Raymond E. Jackson
October 25, 1931 – April 23, 2017
Graveside service for MSG (Retired) Raymond E. Jackson will be 10:00 A.M. Thursday, April 27, 2017 at Highland Cemetery.
Burial with full military honors will be under the direction of Becker-Rabon Funeral Home.
MSG (Retired) Raymond E. Jackson, age 85, of Lawton, passed away Sunday, April 23, 2017 in Grandfield, Oklahoma. He was born October 25, 1931 in Kilgore, Texas to Thomas E. and Nellie (Babbs) Jackson.
He was a twenty-six year Army veteran who proudly served his country during the close of World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam War. As a ranking Master Sergeant, he finished his Army career at Fort Sill as a Field Artillery Instructor who taught newly commissioned officers. He was a member of the Shotgrass Rangers Shooting Club, a benefactor for the NRA, a member of the Oklahoma Rifle Association and SASS Cowboy Shooting Association. He was an active board member at Highland Cemetery and was retired from the Oklahoma State Employment Service.
He is survived by his great nephew Tommy Hyde and his wife Joyce, of Lowell, AR, a great niece, Jeanne Robertson, of Pocola, OK, three other great nieces of Arkansas and Oklahoma and his close friends in the Lawton, Oklahoma Area.
John will always be remembered by the troops of A/2/17 FA Vietnam
John Adams Tracy died in a single car accident on March 29, 2017. He was born on Nov. 10, 1938, in Hartford, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Standish Tracy.
John was predeceased by his son, Michael J. Tracy and his sister, Winifred Spencer.
He is survived by his loving wife, Sharon Tracy; his stepdaughter, Lisa VanTassel; his children, Pamela and Alexander Tracy; grandchildren, Elizabeth, Matthew, and Andrew Tracy, Benjamin and Samuel Tracy and their mother, Patti Beach.
John had many friends and we will all miss him. What will be remembered mostly about John was his quick easy smile and always making one feel welcome and comfortable.
John graduated from the College of William and Mary in Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in economics. Shortly after graduation, John joined the U.S. Army where he served in Germany, Fort Totten, N.Y., Korea, Vietnam and Italy. John attained the rank of Major. Once discharged from the regular Army, he continued his service in the Army reserves and attained the rank of Lt. Col.
Upon completion of his military career, John established the Tracy Insurance Agency and spent some thirty years growing his business in his community. Upon retirement, he enjoyed sailing, skiing and special times hosting family gatherings at the cabin he built in Vermont, as well as at his home in Hamburg Cove. His love of sailing was demonstrated by the numerous Regattas raced, which included Off Soundings, Eastern Connecticut Racing Association, and International Non-Such Association. Club affiliations included past Commodore of Hamburg Cove YC and a Captain in the Shoreline Sailing Club.
John was very supportive of the Old Saybrook Lions Club, where he earned the highest honor, the Melvin Jones Award. He and Sharon recently transferred to the Lyme/Old Lyme Lions club.
A Memorial Service will be held at 1 p.m. on April 29, 2017, at St Ann’s Episcopal Church, 82 Shore Road, Old Lyme. Interment will follow at the Eight Mile River Cemetery in Lyme. A reception will follow at the Hamburg Cove YC, Cove Road, Lyme.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to High Hopes Therapeutic Center, 36 Town Woods Road, Old Lyme, CT 06371 or Child and Family Agency of Southeastern CT.
Battalion communications MSG for 2/17thFA 1967-1968
Gerald Frank Brown, 83 passed away peacefully Saturday, March 5, 2016, under the care of Gentiva Hospice, with his loving family at his side. He was born in 1932, on a farm in Pretty Prairie, to Charles and Persis (Brown) Brown. He was the youngest of nine children.
Gerald Frank enlisted in the U.S. Army from 1949 to 1970. During his service to his county, he fought in Korea, Vietnam and was stationed throughout the U.S. and Germany. He was awarded with numerous medals and ribbons during his military service, including: the Bronze Star Medal with Valor and Purple Heart. He began a second career after his discharge from the Army in 1970 as a Senior Electronics Specialist with the Kansas Department of Transportation which he retired from in 1994. From 1972 until his passing he resided in Hutchinson.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a son, Gerald Keith Brown.
He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Vinnice; children, Vickie (Brad) Peter, Patty Brown, Gerald Wayne (Debra) Brown and Gerald Leroy Brown; 10 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren. He was loved and cherished by all.
There will be a private memorial service in his honor, burial services will be held in a National Cemetery.
To share a memory or to leave a condolence please visitwww.hutchinsonfc.com.
Marion R. Richards Jr. July 9, 1948 – February 5, 2015
Marion R. “J.R.” Richards Jr., age 66, of Council Bluffs passed away February 5, 2015 at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital. He was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma on July 9, 1948. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School and then proudly served his country in the United States Army. He retired from the Union Pacific Railroad. J.R. was preceded in death by his parents, Marion and Gladys Richards Sr. J.R. is survived by his wife, Jackie Richards; son, Chad Richards; daughters, Renae Nagunst and Tracy Richards; 4 grandchildren.
Visitation is Sunday from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Hoy-Kilnoski Funeral Home. Funeral service is Monday at 2:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment is in the Garner Township Cemetery.
Memorials are suggested to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Robert Mitchell Kinton passed away on Saturday, March 5, 2016. (April 10, 1921 – March 5, 2016)
Funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, March 12, 2016 at Fuquay-Varina United Methodist, 100 S. Judd Parkway SE, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526. Interment will follow at Cokesbury United Methodist Church Cemetery, 6678 River Rd., Fuquay-Varina, NC.
Robert Mitchell Kinton and his beloved wife of 69 years Katharine Cornelia Champion resided in the northern Harnett area.
In February 1941, “Bob” volunteered for the U.S. Army and served 4 years with the 17th Field Artillery as a field cook. He served 7 major campaigns including Africa, Sicily, Italy, France, and Germany. He credits his skills to survive with his desire to return home and a dog he adopted who helped keep him warm on cold winter nights.
His service recognition is numerous and include: recorded memoirs at the National Archives in Washington D.C., The Triangle Flight of Honor in November 2010, opening ceremony in 2004 at the WWII War Memorial in Washington D.C., and the 70th Anniversary Recognition of D-Day at the National Memorial in Virginia. –
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Rodivico L. ‘Ed’ Guerrero, Age 83, Passed away on December 15, 2015
Funeral Mass for retired Sgt. 1st Class Rodivico L. “Ed” Guerrero, will be at noon Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015, in Holy Family Catholic Church with the Rev. Philip Seeton, pastor, officiating.
Burial with full military honors will follow in Fort Sill National Cemetery, Elgin, under direction of Becker-Rabon Funeral Home.
Retired Sgt. 1st Class Rodivico L. “Ed” Guerrero, 83, Lawton, died Tuesday, Dec.15, 2015, in Lawton.
A wake service to be followed by a rosary will be at 6 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
He was born May 29, 1932, in Asan, Guam. He married Delfina Cruz on Jan. 2, 1954, in Guam. She preceded him in death on June 16, 2008. He served in the U.S. Army for nearly 23 years. He was a veteran of both the Korean War and Vietnam. His awards include the Army of Occupation Medal (Germany), United Nations Service Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Korean Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with bronze service star, Bronze Star Medal, Drill Sergeant Identification Badge, six overseas service bars, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Commendation and the Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation. He retired from the Army on Oct. 31, 1973, at Fort Sill.
Following his retirement, he worked as a plumber with a plumbing contractor before going to work for civil service at Fort Sill as a plumber. He retired from civil service on Feb. 3, 1995.
Sgt. 1st Class Guerrero was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church and the St. Vincent DePaul Society. He was a member of the Korean and Vietnam Veteran Associations as well as the Chamorro Society. He was known for donating to many charities. Fishing, playing poker, playing softball, attending grandchildren’s sporting events and playing the harmonica were some of the things he enjoyed. He also enjoyed gardening and was proud of his tomatoes, peppers and long green beans.
He is survived by his children and their spouses: Berty and John Peredo, Lawton, and their children: Sira Peredo and Dana Channell and husband Jon; Eddie and Nan Guerrero, Glendale, Ariz., and their daughter, Sabrina Guerrero; Lily and Rick Jung, Lawton, and their son, Jacob Jung and wife Kalie; Leo and Dawn Guerrero, Albuquerque, N.M., and their children: Shannon Gomez, Erica Fields, Javier Criado Jr. and wife Kersty, and Alejandro Criado; and Sophie and Gary Vaden, Cache, and their children: Nicole Vaden, Grant Vaden and Hannah Vaden; six great-grandchildren: Bly Gomez, Ava Jung, Ellis Jung, Jack Jung, Kylee Davidson and Ayden Criado; brother, Vicente L. “Ben” Guerrero, of Guam; two half brothers: Pedro L.G. “Pete” Guerrero and William L.G. Guerrero, both of Guam; two half sisters: Maria L.G. Taitaque, Guam; and Rosita L.G. Aguon, Tucson, Ariz.; and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his brothers: Jesus L. Guerrero, Jose L. Guerrero and Danny L. Guerrero; and half brother, Alfred L.G. Guerrero.
An online guest book and sympathy cards are available at www.beckerfuneral.com.
Paul Michael Raymond, age 62. Passed away on March 24, 2011.
A Funeral Mass for Paul Michael Raymond, 62, was celebrated on Tuesday, March 29, 2011, in the Church of Saint Patrick, Watertown.
Mr. Raymond, a son of the late Edward A. and Patricia G. (Kimball) Raymond, was born in Boston. He grew up in Watertown, graduated from Watertown High School, and moved to Waltham in 1997. After high school, he enlisted in the US Army and served overseas in Vietnam. While in the Dinh Dinh Province, his unit was attacked heavily by the enemy and, after a long, intense battle with many casualties, his unit was able to regain control of the position and observation post that had been breached. Mr. Raymond, a Specialist 4th class, had received 2 overseas service bars and later served in the US Army Reserve.
Mr. Raymond, an Office Manager for G & D Tool Company in Salem, was a member of the 17th Artillery Regiment Association. He enjoyed cooking, watching sports, listening to music, and, most of all being with his family, especially his grandchildren. He died on Thursday evening, March 24, 2011, in the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, after a sudden illness.
He was the beloved husband for 41 years of Kathleen T. (Femia) Raymond; devoted father of Amy E. Corsi of Framingham, Watertown Firefighter Michael D. Raymond and his wife Jennifer of Waltham and Mark E. Raymond of Belchertown; dear brother of Edward A. Raymond of Gilbert, AZ., Richard E. Raymond of Freemont, NH, Michael P. Raymond of Inwood, W.Va, and Patricia J. Cahill of West Roxbury: and loving grandfather of Abigail Rose Corsi, Jack Raymond Corsi, Michael Sean Raymond and Jake Edward Raymond.
The Funeral was at the MacDonald, Rockwell & MacDonald Funeral Home at 270 Main St., on Rte. 20, Watertown, and followed by a Funeral Mass at 9 AM in the Church of St. Patrick, 212 Main St., Watertown.
Thomas “Top” Jefferson Vernor