Friday, January 31, 2014
Pamela Clark Tindel Obituary
Published in The Commercial Appeal on Apr. 25, 2010
Pensacola,FL- Pamela Clark Tindel, died on April 21, 2010 after a long illness. She leaves her husband, Corkey Tindel, and her son, Mickey Clarke of...
Laurie Cook McIntosh Obituary
Published in The Commercial Appeal on June 17, 2009
Laurie Cook McIntosh, loving wife, stepmother, daughter, sister, neighbor, and award-winning actress, died Monday after a brief illness. She was 56 years old. Laurie’s passing...
Published in The Memphis Flyer on June 17, 2009
Posted by Chris Davis
Thou'lt come no more, never, never, never, never, never! Shakespeare's King Lear
Published in Chatterbox Audio Theatre
Note: On June 17, 2009, Memphis theater lost one of its leading lights with the passing of Laurie Cook McIntosh. Chatterbox is privileged to have worked with this incredible talent and all-around wonderful person. You can read about Laurie and the people she inspired in Chris Davis's blog and the Commercial Appeal's obituary. Below is the biography that Laurie sent us in 2007.
Laurie is delighted to be a part of Chatterbox Audio Theater, having grown up in the world of radio -- her father is Memphis’s legendary radio announcer Fred Cook. Laurie was most recently seen in Playwrights’ Forum’s award-winning Pound as Mary Polley. She has acted in most of the area’s theatres, garnering several Ostrander Award nominations along the way, as well as one award for Supporting Actress for Theatre Memphis’s Next Stage production of An Evening with David Ives. Laurie lives in Midtown Memphis with her husband Bob McIntosh and their spoiled dog Bella.
Don DeBaer passed away May 19, 2014 at his home in Arlington, TN. He was formally vice-president of sales for Ezon Corporation of Germantown and a realtor with Crye-Leike for over 10 years. He is survived by his wife Connie Chambers DeBaer; two daughters, Jennifer Lynn (Brian) Hutchison of Raleigh, NC and Shana (Steve) McKee of Honolulu, HI and two grandchildren, Hallie McKee and Connor McKee. The family will receive friends Friday, May 23, 2014 from 1 p.m until 3 p.m., with funeral services conducted at 3 p.m.; all at Memphis Funeral Home, 3700 North Germantown Parkway, Bartlett, TN. Interment will be at Memphis Memorial Gardens. Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.memphisfuneralhome.net Memphis Funeral Home And Memorial Gardens 3700 N. Germantown Rd. 901-725-0100
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on May 14, 2005
Randy Groskind, 53, of Smyrna, died May 11, 2005. Mr. Groskind received his undergraduate degree from Memphis State University and had a master's degree in psychology. He was a therapist for several years with Metro Atlanta Psychological Services (MAPS). He is survived by his sister Barbara G. Lehman and her husband, Robert; and brother, Jerome D. Groskind and his wife, Nena. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Atlanta Humane Society, 981 Howell Mill Rd., NW, Atlanta, GA 30318. Online tributes may be posted at www.mem.com. Graveside services will be Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 11:30 AM at Arlington Memorial Park with Rabbi Paul Kerbel officiating. Arrangements by Green Lawn Jewish Funeral Services at H.M. Patterson and Son, Arlington Chapel, (404) 851-9900.
This wonderful memorial (link above) also includes several photographs.
|Birth:||Jun. 29, 1952|
|Death:||May 9, 2009|
AD3 US NAVY, VIETNAM
Charles Lee Guin, 56, died Saturday, May 9, 2009 at his parents home in Germantown, TN following a short illness. He is survived by his son Carter, his dogs Sammy and Nelson, and his parents, Win and Betty Guin; three sisters Jo Ann Grear of Memphis, Susan Gatten of Charlotte, NC and Rudessa Guin of Memphis; four nieces, Mary, Julia, Ginger and Madison; two nephews, Matthew and Shiloh. Charles served in the United States Navy during Vietnam. He was a long-haul contractor and ended his work career with Dedicated Systems, Inc. in Green Bay, WI just one month before his death. Graveside services will at 1 p.m. Friday May 15 at West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery. (Published in The Commercial Appeal on 5/14/2009)
He has a son name Carter. No one would ever tell me where he lives. Carter if you ever want to find out about your Father I hope you will contact me.
Rudessa "Rudy" Guin
Passed away January 22 2012.
In Bonners Ferry Idaho. She leaves two children.
Charlie loved her so much.
West Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery
Plot: Section L, Site 4084
Maintained by: PJ
Originally Created by: Carole McCaig
Record added: May 14, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37071439
Ivy III, Fred E. (March 23, 2015)
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Fred E. Ivy III Obituary
Published in The Commercial Appeal on March 26, 2015
Fred E. (Rick) Ivy, III, 62, died March 23, 2015. He was born on July 17, 1952 to Fred E. Ivy, Jr, and Peggy Tual Ivy. He leaves his mother and sister, Carole Ivy Givens (Buford) of Senatobia; MS. Rick was preceded in death by his father and his brother, David Tual Ivy. He also leaves his niece, Ruth Ivy Givens; two nephews, Warren Buford Givens, Jr. and West Meriwether Givens; his uncles John D. (Jack) Ivy, Jr. and Blanchard E. Tual of Memphis; Aunt Carole Tual Saville of Albany, CA, and many cousins. Rick graduated from White Station High School in 1970 and attended Memphis College of Art. As a young man, he served as a medical illustrator and photographer with Drs. Jerre Freeman and Tom Gettelfinger on medical mission teams. He also worked alongside his grandmother, Ruth Hunter Ivy, in restoring artworks and frames and took over her business after her death. Rick was associated with the Memphis visual arts scene throughout his life and produced many works in various mediums, most recently his thoughtful watercolors. He also performed with many local bands and hosted a radio show titled Showcase Internationale on WEVL. Rick was an artist in all capacities. Through his amiable demeanor and quick wit, he enjoyed a diverse coterie of friends. Rick was creative and curious and loved Midtown Memphis. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, March 27 in the sanctuary of Idlewild Presbyterian Church. A reception will follow in the T.K. Young Room. Memorials may be made to Idlewild Presbyterian Church, WEVL, and the charity of the donor’s choice.
Dr. Richard Harlan Kisber Obituary
Published in The Commercial Appeal on March 19, 2006
Dr. Richard Harlan Kisber, 54, , of Memphis, died Friday, March 17, 2006 at St. Francis Hospital. A graveside service will be at 4 p.m. today...
Posted by Linda Goodwin-Parkinson at 6:15 PM
Donald Wayne Parkinson Obituary
Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on Jan. 29, 2014
Services for Donald Wayne Parkinson, 62, of Tyler are scheduled for 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, at Lloyd James Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Chuck Ward officiating under direction of Lloyd James Funeral Home. Donald passed away on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Tyler.
He was born on July 7, 1951, in Memphis, Tenn., to Donald Norman and Mary Ann Small Parkinson.
He was the owner of Avco Roofing. He started the company from scratch and built it into a very successful business. His lifelong passion was music of all genres and playing his guitar.
Donald is survived by his wife, Sharon Parkinson, of Tyler; daughters, Shay Marie Parkinson, Megan Attebury and Paige Attebury, all of Tyler; son, Tyler Attebury, of Tyler; sister, Linda Brooks and her husband Dennis, of Huntingdon, Tenn.; brother, Allen Parkinson, of Memphis, Tenn.; and nephew, Jeremiah Brooks, of Huntingdon, Tenn.
Honorary pallbearers will be his lifelong friends, Wallace Abernathy and Doug Bailey.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his nephew, Dennis Brooks Jr.
Candace Rork, 61, was taken from us on July 16, 2014 after a brief illness. She was born Oct. 11, 1952 in Memphis, TN. Candace moved to Longmont, CO with her partner, Sue (Snoop) McSwain in 1990. Candace was probably best known for her love of animals; not just her own but all animals. Her friends were her second great love. She was truly a believer of the old saying "If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours". She was always flashing that beautiful smile that would warm the hearts of all who were on the receiving end. She loved her job as a debt collector at BC Services because their policy is: clients were people first and the fact that most of these people were in trouble because of catastrophic circumstances beyond their control was foremost, which she could relate with. This fit in well with her desire to help people in trouble. To those who knew Candace well, we know we are all better people for having shared that bright light of love that shown through her eyes and her smile. She was loved and will be sorely missed. Candace was preceded in death by her mother Flora, father Raymond, and brother Joe. She is survived by her partner of 38 years, her sister Cyndy, and numerous nieces and nephews. A Celebration of her life to share loving and happy memories will be held at Macintosh Lake, Saturday, Aug. 2nd from 12-2 in the pavilion by the playground. Cremation has been entrusted to Carroll-Lewellen Funeral & Cremation Services.
Published in Longmont Times-Call on July 31, 2014
Published in Longmont Times-Call on July 31, 2014
Posted by Linda Goodwin-Parkinson at 6:07 PM
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George Green Tayloe II Obituary
Published in The Commercial Appeal on Apr. 23, 2010
George Green Tayloe, II was born December 7, 1951 and died April 5, 2010. George was the son of Nancy and Howard Tayloe. He is survived by his sister, Katherine (Kaye) Tayloe Collins, two brothers Howard (Chip) Kreider Tayloe, Jr. (Louise) and Robert Bond Tayloe (Nina) and eight nieces and nephews and their children. He is also survived by a step-daughter Joann Elizabeth Grantham (Eric) and two grandchildren, Brennon Reed Murray (age 10) and Hunter Lee Grantham (age 4) whom he adored. George attended the University of Tennessee and received his Associate Degree in Electrical Engineering from State Tech in Memphis. He also received an Associate of Science Degree from Jackson State Community College in Jackson, TN. He worked for the Tayloe Paper Company and, after that business was sold, at the TVA Allen Steam Plant. George had a heart of gold - he would do anything for anyone. He loved music, reading, the outdoors, traveling, swimming, sports and being with family and friends. While in Jackson, he was a member of the Emmaus Community and a follower of Billy Graham. He volunteered with Men's Prison Fellowships in both Memphis and Jackson, would take meals to friends who were sick and also volunteered with the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital Hospice. He and his grandson Brennon went on many trips, including one to a weather camp in Texas. George made everyone feel that they were special, but we know who was special - George.
Memorials may be sent to MIFA, 910 Vance, Memphis, TN 38126, the Church Health Center, 1204 Peabody, Memphis, TN 38104 or the organization of your choice. There will be a private family funeral on Saturday. Friends will be welcomed at Canale Funeral Directors, 2700 Union Ave. Ext., Memphis, between 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 25. Canale Funeral Directors 901-452-6400..