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A funeral mass was offered Friday, June 27, at Saint Vincent Martyr Church in Madison, for Elizabeth M. Forte Riggins of Madison, who died Tuesday, June 24, 2003, at Morristown Memorial Hospital. She was 46.

Born in Summit, Mrs. Riggins was a resident of Madison for most of her life, and then lived for a time in Parsippany before returning to Madison, where she lived for the past year.

Mrs. Riggins was a teacher's aide at the East Lake Elementary School in Parsippany for several years. She was not retired.

She is survived by two daughters, Amanda Riggins of Parsippany, and Ashley Riggins of Madison; her father, John A. Forte of Madison; her mother, Elizabeth Grimm, and her step-father, John Grimm, both of Florham Park; a brother, John J. Forte of Parsippany, and many other family members and friends.

Interment was in Saint Vincent's Cemetery, Madison. Arrangements were by the Madison Memorial Home, 159 Main St., Madison.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps, 29 Prospect St., Madison, N.J. 07940. 
Forte, Elizabeth Mary (I31893)
 
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Jonathan L. Wright

July 1, 1940-Jan. 30, 2014

Jonathan L. Wright, 73, of Crawfordsville passed away Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in St. Elizabeth Hospital East, Lafayette.

He was an electrician/lineman having worked at T&F Construction. He also served in the Illinois National Guard. He was a member of the Eagles and Moose.

Jonathan was born July 1, 1940, at Casey, Ill., to Forest and Cleda Pursell Wright.

He is survived by daughters, Twila (George) Dowell and Jona (Patrick) Golladay of Crawfordsville; and sisters, Rosanne Klutey of Terre Haute and Jeanie Bogdajewicz of Casey, Ill.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Hunt & Son Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Waynetown Masonic Cemetery. Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Online condolences may be made at www.huntandson.com. 
Wright, Jonathan Lewis (I30405)
 
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Mrs. Louise Anna Schmitz, 96, of Conway, died Wednesday, April 21, 2010, in Bartlett, Tenn.

Louise was born March 11, 1914, in Morrison’s Bluff, Ark., to the late Anton Eckelhoff Sr. and Mary (Kemph) Eckelhoff.

She is also preceded in death by six siblings and one son, Harold Schmitz.

Mrs. Schmitz was a loving wife and mother, and she was an avid gardener.

She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.

She is survived by her husband of 73 years, Joseph Schmitz; daughters Virginia McCurley of Arlington, Tenn. and Marilyn Herrington and husband William of Conway; grandchildren Mary Smith of Bartlett, Tenn., Julie Turnmire of Arlington, Texas, Tracy Harris of Maumelle, Jason Herrington of McKinney, Texas and Regina Schmitz of West Helena; six great-grandchildren; siblings George Eckelhoff of Memphis and Anna Konert of Paris, Ark.; and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, with Fr. George Spangenberg as celebrant. Entombment will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery. Rosary, officiated by Deacon Papini, will be held at 6 p.m. Friday at Griffin Leggett Funeral Home, followed by visitation.

Arrangements by Griffin Leggett Funeral Home, 1751 Dave Ward Dr., Conway, Ark. 72034, 327-5000.

Online guest registry is available at www.griffinleggettconway.com
 
Eckelhoff, Louise Anna (I27428)
 
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OVERBERG

Elizabeth "Elsie" (nee Overman). Beloved wife for 58 years of Ralph L. Overberg. Loving mother of Kathleen (Michael) Grant, John (Lynne), Richard (Kimberly), Thomas (Janet) and Steven (Linda) Overberg. Devoted Grandma of Greg, Chris, Kellie, Mason, Erik, Madelyn and Kyle. Dear sister of Sr. Mary Joell Overman SND and the late Mary Vormbrocke. Sister in law of Fr. Kenneth Overberg SJ and Don Overberg. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and other family members. Passed away peacefully surrounded by family on April 20, 2014 Age 80. Visitation Friday from 5-8pm at Neidhard Minges Funeral Home 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood. Funeral Mass Saturday 10:30am at St. Jude Church, Bridgetown. Burial Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Sisters of Notre Dame, 1601 Dixie Highway, Park Hills, KY 41011. neidhardminges.com

Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer from Apr. 22 to Apr. 23, 2014
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Overman, Elizabeth (I61540)
 
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Laura C. Thomas, 90,
formerly of Latrobe, died Fri-
day morning in St. Anne
Home, Greensburg.
She was born in Unity
Township Aug. 2, 1888.
She is survived by a number
of nieces and nephews.
She was a daughter of the
late Anthony P. and Theresa
(Markle) Thomas.
Family will receive friends
at the John J. Lopatich
Funeral Home, Latrobe, from
7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Mass of Christian Burial
will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday
in Holy Family Church,
Latrobe.
Interment will be St. Vine-
cent Cemetery.
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Thomas, Laura C. (I34727)
 
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Todd eric craig

City Retired
Merchant Dies
F. D. Ethridge, retired merchant
of 4440 21st st., passed away Sat-
urday at 4:35 p.m. at Anderson's
Infirmary.
The deceased is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Nancy Shumate Eth-
ridge; two daughters, Mrs. Henry
Young, city, and Mrs. Sam Lipsev
Sparta, S. C., two sons, F. D. Eth-
ridge, Jr., Vicksburg; John Eth-
ride, city; eleven grandchildren;
three sisters, Miss Mary Ethridge,
Mrs. Eula Kelly, and Mrs. Flor-
ence Webb, all of Meridian; three
brothers, Morris, Sid and Mark
Ethridge, all of Meridian; several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Monday at 3 p. m. at Webb's, Rev.
R. G. Schwanebeck, pastor Jones
Memorial Presbyterian church of-
ficiating.
Interment will follow in the Mag-
nolia cemetery.
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Ethridge, Flavel Dryden Sr. (I31482)
 
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Ehrhardt, Elizabeth A. (I66)
 
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Ehrhardt, George F. (I551)
 
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Mager, Sr. Maria Magdalena (I600)
 
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Bippus, Johannes (I748)
 
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Bippus, Lorenz (I754)
 
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Laib, Josef (I1873)
 
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Ryan, Gladys Anita (I15728)
 
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Siefkins, Moderine (I46470)
 
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Source (S808)
 
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BENNETT Hubert Dee, 78, of OKC, went to be with his wife and with the
Lord, on Friday, May 7, 1993. He was born Oct. 27, 1914 to James and
Laura Bennett of Wapanucka, Ok. Hubert was a retired ironworker, Local
48. He served his country in the Navy during WWII. He is survived by
his only son, Herman Bennett of OKC; three sisters, Jewel Burdette of
Torrance, Ca., Ruby Gibson of OKC, and Betty Bartow of Iowa Park, Tx.;
two brothers, Earl and Bill Bennett, both of OKC; three grandsons, H.
Lee Bennett, Jr. of Tulsa, Ok., Todd L. and Cory L. Bennett, both of
OKC. He was preceded in death by his wife, Florence. Services will be
2:00 pm Tuesday, May 11, at the South Colonial Chapel. Interment
following at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Wheatland. 
Bennett, Hubert Dee (I24461)
 
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From http://www.mountosb.org/publications/writers4.html (11/20/09):

SISTER MARY AUSTIN SCHIRMER, O.S.B. (1919-1992)
Sister Mary Austin came to Kansas from Newark, New Jersey. A teacher for twenty-six years at primary and college levels, she was an outstanding educator and monastic leader. In 1966 she was elected prioress of her religious community, Mount St. Scholastica in Atchison., a position she held until 1976. During that time Dooley Center for the community's retirement needs was built. Then, in 1976, she founded the Archdiocesan Office for Services to the Aging which she directed for sixteen years.

Articles
"Teacher Education in Women's Colleges: Part I," in The Catholic Educational Review, April, 1959.

"Teacher Education in Women's Colleges: Part II," in The Catholic Educational Review, May, 1959.

"Teacher Education in Women's Colleges: Part III," in The Catholic Educational Review, June, 1959.

"Religious Influence of Colonial Women," in The American Benedictine Review, Autumn, 1963.

"Profile of Renewal: Invitation to Dialogue," in Benedictines, Spring, 1971.

Books
"Storytelling as a Method of Teaching Religion in the First Grade." Master's thesis. Omaha, Ne.: Creighton University, 1953.

"An Evaluation of Teacher Education Programs in Selected Catholic Liberal Arts Colleges for Women." Doctoral dissertation. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1959.

Understanding and Appreciating the Aging - A Handbook for Elementary Teachers. Project director. Kansas City, Ks.: Catholic Church Office for Services to the Aging-Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, 1983.

Understanding and Appreciating the Aging - A Handbook for Secondary Teachers. Project director. Kansas City, Ks.: Catholic Church Office for Services to the Aging-Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, 1984.

Prayer Services for the Elderly - A Manual for Ministers to the Elderly. Project director. Kansas City, Ks.: Catholic Church Office for Services to the Aging-Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, 1989.

Poetry
"Father," in Doveflights by the Sisters of St. Benedict. St. Meinrad, In.: Grail, 1945. 
Schirmer, Angela Mary (I219)
 
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Kerr, Marilyn M. (Storch)
age 81 of Canton
passed away Sunday afternoon. Born in Canton to the late Harry and Flossie (Memmer) Storch, she was also preceded in death by her husband William M. Kerr, brothers Harry and Robert Storch, sisters Evalin Henderson, Mildred Whalen and Corrine Beckley. Marilyn loved playing bingo, cards and frequenting the casinos, especially Mountaineer. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Mike and Maria Kerr of Wellsville, OH, daughter and son-in-law Joyce and Jim Stosic of Seminole, FL, grandchildren Michael Jr. (Victoria) Kerr, Melissa and Michelle Kerr, David and Matthew Stosic, great granddaughter Liliana Kerr and sister Carolyn Faye Storch of North Canton. Family and friends will be received on Tuesday (Tonight) from 6 to 8 pm in the Rossi Funeral Home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday at 10 am in Little Flower Catholic Parish with Rev. Fr. John Zuzik as celebrant. Interment will be in Sunset Hills Memory Gardens.
(ROSSI-330-492-5830)
Published in The Repository on Apr. 7, 2009
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Storch, Marilyn M. (I68954)
 
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Saturday, June 17, 2006

Goldie Irene Hughes

MADISONVILLE, Ky. ? Goldie Irene Hughes, 96, of Madisonville, died at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 15, 2006, at Regional Medical Center in Madisonville.

She was born Sept. 22, 1909, in Hopkins County, Ky., to James Wesley and Virginia Gaston Jones. She was a homemaker and an employee of Madisonville Steam Laundry. She was a member of Grapevine Holiness Church in Madisonville.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, William ?Bill? Hughes, on May 8, 1976; a son, Louis Earl Gibson; three sisters, Ruby Jones, May Ashworth and Beulah Jones; three brothers, Roy Jones, Elmer Jones and Willis Jones; and a half brother, J.W. Jones.

She is survived by three daughters, Nancy Joyce Zuniga of Hopkinsville, Ky., Shirley Ann Bowles of Hanson, Ky., and Mary Evelyn Alexander of South Dakota; three sons, Carl H. Gibson, Raymond H. Gibson and James C. Gibson, all of Madisonville; a half sister, Geraldine Alexander of Madisonville; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services are 2 p.m. today in the chapel at Harris Funeral Home with Bro. Eddie Fleming officiating. Burial will follow in Grapevine Cemetery in Madisonville.

Pallbearers are David Gibson, Roger Allen Gibson, Darrell Gibson, Tony Gibson, Josh Ezell, Jordon Gibson and Mike Long. The honorary pallbearer is Marvin ?Butch? Gibson.

Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until time of service today at the funeral home.

Arvel A. Hobgood

MADISONVILLE, Ky. ?? Arvel A. Hobgood, 93, of Madisonville, died at 8:55 a.m. Wednesday, June 14, 2006, at Ridgewood Terrace Nursing Home in Madisonville.

He was born June 17, 1912, in Webster County, Ky., to John G. and Willie Hester Hobgood. He was a retired farmer and a longtime member and former elder of Nebo Christian Church. He had been a resident of Ridgewood Terrace Nursing Home for nine years.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Emmalene Kington Hobgood, on Sept. 18, 1995; one sister, Erah Hobgood; and three brothers, the Rev. Rollan Hobgood, Elvy Hobgood and Opal C. Hobgood.

He is survived by one daughter, Martine Lansden of Owensboro, Ky.; two sons, Morris W. Hobgood of Madisonville and John ?Bill? Hobgood of Evansville, Ind.; two sisters, Ima V. Jackson of Indianapolis, Ind., and Hester Kington of Madisonville; nine grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. today at Barnett-Strother Funeral Home in Madisonville with Bros. Howard W. Crowe and Ted Morelock officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery in Nebo, Ky.

Pallbearers will be Lisa Ryan, Lanny W. Lansden, Lonnie R. Lansden, Dirk D. Hobgood, Jason Hobgood, Kevin Hobgood and Brad Hobgood.

Visitation will be from 11 a.m. until service time Saturday at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may take the form of donations to Nebo Christian Church. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.
Mary Cleo Chandler

POOLE, Ky. Mary Cleo Chandler, 80, of Poole, died Thursday, June 15, 2006, at her home.

She was born May 8, 1926, in Henderson, Ky. She was a member of Shady Grove General Baptist Church in Poole and Order of the Eastern Star Ermine Ford Chapter 9 in Poole. She was also a member of Poole Homemakers and the former operator of Chandler's Grocery in Poole.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Eugene Chandler, in 1997.

She is survived by three sons, Vernon Chandler and James Chandler of Poole, and Donald Chandler of Sebree, Ky.; a daughter, Judy Coomer of Oakland City, Ind.; a brother, Wilsie Pruitt of Poole; a sister, Betty Winstead of Poole; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Townsend Funeral Home in Dixon, Ky., with the Revs. Bob Fulcher and Ron Hampton officiating. Burial will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery in Poole.

Visitation will be from 3 until 8 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. until time of service Sunday.

Memorial contributions can be made to St. Anthony's Hospice of Webster County or to the Shady Grove General Baptist Church building fund.
 
Pruitt, Mary Cleo (I22492)
 
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Published: Saturday, December 08, 2001

ABILENE - Rosary for Josephine "Jo" Kolly, 76, of Abilene will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at Elmwood Funeral Home.

Mass will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Holy Family Church with Monsignor Frederick Nawarskas officiating.

Burial will be in Elmwood Memorial Park under the direction of Elmwood Funeral Home of Abilene.

She died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2001.

She was born Jan. 22, 1925, in Posey and married E.P. Kolly in June 1943. She moved to Abilene in 1968. She was active in the Arthritis Foundation. She was a homemaker and was active in Holy Family Church.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Donald P. Kolodziejczyk of Cisco and Dwayne J. Kolly of Laredo; three daughters, Loretta Prokop of San Antonio, Marilyn I. Steele of Edmond, Okla., and Judy K. Raven of Ovilla; a sister, Margaret Schultz of Levelland; and five grandchildren.

The family suggests memorials to the Arthritis Foundation, 3001 W. Fifth St., Fort Worth, TX 76107.
 
Kempf, Josephine Catherine (I26394)
 
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Saturday
Aug 8, 2009 at 12:01 AM
Aug 8, 2009 at 7:08 AM
1922 - 2009
George J. Baker, 87, formerly of San Jose, died at 3:10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 7, 2009, at Timbercreek Manor in Pekin.

He was born May 19, 1922, in San Jose, the son of George W. and Nora Betzelberger Baker. He married Rachel Fort on June 19, 1948, in Lincoln. She died August 30, 1993.

He also was preceded in death by two sons and one brother.

Mr. Baker is survived by one daughter, Suzanne (Terry) Pennington of Green Valley; two grandchildren, Trent (Audrey) Pennington of Green Valley and Adam Pennington of Pekin; and one great-granddaughter, Violet Pennington of Green Valley.

He served in the Army during the Korean War and was a farmer.

He worked for Caterpillar Inc. in Morton in the shipping and handling department, and was member of UAW Local 974.

Mr. Baker was a member of United Methodist Church in San Jose. He was a volunteer fireman and an avid card player.

Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, at United Methodist Church in San Jose. The Rev. Chet Travis will officiate. Burial will be in Green Hill Cemetery.

Visitation will be one hour prior to services.

Hurley Funeral Home in San Jose is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to Green Valley Fire & Rescue.

To offer online condolences, visit www.hurleyfh.com.
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Baker, George J. (I47222)
 
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THERESE GRUTZIUS LANSING, IL Therese Grutzius, age 91, passed away September 16, 2008. She was preceded in death by her husband of 42 years, Peter T.; daughters: Joanne Bolen and Jacqueline Whitted; sons: Lawrence and Timothy; daughters- in-law: Georgia and Cheryl Grutzius; and eight sisters. She is survived by her dear sister, Doris (Tony) Perovich of Lansing. A cherished an devoted mother of Carla Canarini, Deloris Drewing and Lois (Joel) Rumbut of TX; Peter D., Lorraine Hughes, Leonard (Kathleen) and James of IL; Jerry, Gloria Majszak and Mitzi (Gene) Braun of IN; Marilyn, Shawnee Wedding, and daughter-in-law, Jan of AZ. Loving grandmother of 42; great grandmother of 75; great-great grandmother and great-great-great grandmother to many. Special aunt of Cynthia (Carl) Bauer; and many nieces and nephews. Therese was an avid bowler until the age of 86. She was famous for her homemade noodles, her great memory and her wise advice to all who loved her. Cremation took place in Park Forest, IL. A Memorial Mass will be said at Our Lady of Knock Church, 501 163rd Street, Calumet City, IL on Wednesday, September 23, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted for her favorite charities.
Published in The Times from September 21 to September 23, 2008 
Glavin, Theresa Frances (I10226)
 
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WILLIAM HETZEL
A funeral mass for William
Hetzel, 241 Juniper street, Park
Forest, was said yesterday at
St. Irenaeus church, Park For-
est. The Rev. Elmer Coogan
officiated; burial was in As-
sumption cemetery, Glenwood.
Mr. Hetzel. who died Thurs.
day in St. James hospital fol-
lowing a long illness, was born
February 26, 1905, in New Jer.
sey. He was an area resident
for about 25 years and had been
employed as a railroad admin-
istrator. He was a member of
St. Irenaeus church.
He is survived by his wife,
Freda; two daughters, Carol
Cleator and Marianne Wray,
both Chicago Heights; a son,
William, of Zurich, Switz-
erland; two sisters, Betty Mul-
lin and Gertrude Dolan, both of
New Jersey, and eight grand-
children.
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Hetzel, William George Sr. (I108)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I225)
 
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‘Warm, funny and totally devoted’

Friends of a popular American businessman who died from a rare form of cancer have paid tribute to his “irrepressible” personality.

Bryan Bumsted was only 37 when he passed away on January 11 in New York.

Mr Bumsted and his wife, Sarah, had lived in Bermuda for nearly ten years and both their beloved daughters, Annie and Kit, were born on the Island.

Running star Chris Estwanik led the tributes to the keen sportsman, who had also represented Bermuda at lacrosse.

Mr Estwanik told The Royal Gazette: “I’ve never met anyone in my life that I was more comfortable laughing with one minute and then baring my soul to the next than Bryan.

“He had this magical ability to relate to everybody that was blessed to spend time around him. His wit and sense of humour were only trumped by his love for and commitment to Sarah, Annie and Kit.”

Mr Bumsted grew up in Madison, New Jersey, and moved to Bermuda in 2006 to work in the insurance industry.

Close friend David Bigley said: “Bryan was a loyal friend, a tremendous personality and the best natural father I have ever met.

“He had the unique ability to say what everyone else was thinking and we are all better for having known him. He will be missed, but, more importantly, he will never be forgotten.”

Family friend Jayne Burnet added: “Bryan made everyone feel at ease. He was warm, funny and a totally devoted family man.

“I feel so fortunate to have known him and to have been part of the Bumsted family life.

“To be at the Bumsted home when Bryan came in from work was a sight to see, with screams of excitement and joy from all the children in the house, even the ones that were not his own. He put a smile on all our faces and joy in our hearts.”

Close friend Mike Cash hailed Mr Bumsted’s integrity and decency. “Bryan was a very caring person, not just to his family, to whom he was a caring husband and doting father, plus a perpetual, juvenile delinquent with his daughters, but to everyone around him,” he said.

“He had very strong integrity and decency, and while his irrepressible nature will remain in the mind of his friends and business colleagues, the world itself is disadvantaged by his passing.”
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A brave mother-of-two has spoken of the devastating loss of a “loving husband” and “devoted father” who lived for his two little girls.

Sarah Bumsted’s husband, Bryan, died this month at the age of 37, just 43 days after a rare form of kidney cancer was diagnosed.

Mrs Bumsted described her husband’s “superhuman efforts” to make his beloved daughters, Annie, five, and Kit, three, laugh and smile, even when they visited him in hospital.

She said he “lived to be their dad” and felt it was now her duty to keep her husband’s memory alive for their children for ever.

“The baby monitor was never on my side of the bed,” Mrs Bumsted said. “He wanted to be the one who got up in the middle of the night to see his girls. He was totally devoted to them - he would have checked on them 500 times if I had let him.

“There are a lot of good dads out there, but Bryan lived to be their dad. He felt the whole reason for him being here was to look after his girls and he did everything he could to make them smile and spend as much time as possible with them.

“Right now I cannot imagine how their life is going to be as good as it would have been if he had been around for another 40 years.”

Mr Bumsted, a keen sportsman and fisherman, was in the prime of his life when he was struck down by the rare form of renal cancer that has left doctors baffled.

He had shown no symptoms apart from a sore shoulder up until the night before Thanksgiving when he was rushed to hospital in Florida, where the Bumsteds were visiting family.

The next day, an MRI scan revealed he had stage four cancer and he was moved to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Mr Bumsted was never able to leave hospital, but always put on a brave face for his children when they visited.

“He always rallied for the girls, it was incredible to see,” Mrs Bumsted said. “I have no idea how he was able to do it, it was superhuman. Even when they visited him in ICU and hospital, he had them laughing and joking.”

Mr Bumsted passed away on January 11 with his wife by his side.

The couple met in 2000 in New York, where Mrs Bumsted worked as a teacher and Mr Bumsted worked in insurance, but they got together in 2005. A year later, they moved to Bermuda after Mr Bumsted was offered a job with the Lancashire Group.

“When I met Bryan for the first time I thought he was so funny,” she said. “No one could escape his quick wit. I was totally charmed right away.”

The couple were engaged in Bermuda before returning to Mrs Bumsted’s home city of Pittsburgh for their wedding in November 2007.

In 2009, daughter Annie was born at the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital and Kit followed two years later.

“Our family life is here, our whole married life has been here,” Mrs Bumsted said. “Bryan loved living in Bermuda for the family life it gave us.

“I can’t imagine leaving at the moment. It will be like I am leaving Bryan here because so much of our life was great because of Bermuda.”

Mr Bumsted’s family has started the Bryan Bumsted Fund to help to finance further research into the illness that took his life and to buy equipment to treat it at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

“I made some serious promises to him,” Mrs Bumsted said. “Right up until the very end, he knew what was going on. We said we would make sure his girls knew him forever. They were everything to him and that is my life’s work now. I love being around his friends and that Bermuda family is even more valuable to me now.

“I am so grateful for the support everyone has shown me since, it has been incredible. They have left no stone unturned; it has been mind-blowing what people have done. These are the people who got to see the kind of dad, husband and guy he was all the time.”

• Donations in memory of Mr Bumsted can be sent to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, ATTN: Amanda Gilstein, 633 Third Avenue, New York, NY, USA 10017 with a note directing the donation to the Bryan Bumsted Fund.
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Bryan M. Bumsted, Senior Underwriter at Third Point Reinsurance Ltd., passed away recently at the age of 37 after a battle with cancer.

“Bryan joined Third Point Reinsurance Company Ltd. in 2012 as the Senior Underwriter for the Third Point Cat Fund following earlier positions in reinsurance and financial services,” the company said.

“A 1999 graduate of Colgate University, Bryan started his career at Hornblower & Weeks, Inc. in New York City, moving to GSB Holdings, LLC in 2001 as a Managing Director, also in New York. In 2003, Bryan joined the reinsurance industry at Everest Reinsurance in New Jersey as a property underwriter.

“Bryan relocated to Bermuda to join Lancashire Insurance Company Ltd. in 2006, focusing on retrocessional reinsurance and, in 2010, he helped to establish Q Re Bermuda Advisors Ltd., where he was a partner and Underwriting Advisor.

“As well as a successful business executive, Bryan will be remembered as an amazing family man who was wholly devoted to his wife and two young daughters.

“Bryan was a loving husband, father, son, brother and uncle. His enthusiasm, humor and integrity will be missed dearly by his family, friends and colleagues alike.”
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Bumsted, Bryan MacLeod (I31640)
 
26  Riegger, Simon (I2161)
 
27  Grimm, Judas Thadäus (I2173)
 
28  Laib, Josef (I2447)
 
29  Eckerle, Paul Martin (I13364)
 
30 Block A-O, Row 01, Lot 08 Christman, Carol Ann (I32707)
 
31 Daughter's home Singer, Helena (I5407)
 
32 Plot O-223 Ehrhardt, Mary Frances (I19)
 
33 Plot O-223 Hyde, Mary Kay (I180)
 
34 Romons Convalescent Home Schindler, Louise F. (I13405)
 
35 Section G05P PEACE Lot 204C Sekinger, Charles Joseph Sr. (I54304)
 
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4668
 
37 "According to my Grandma Jean, Grandpa Jean died of a heart attack on the car port of their home upon returning from riding his bicycle." Jean, Robert A. (I21660)
 
38 "Adopted from the New York Juvenile Asylum and put on the Orphan Train in New York sent to Iowa. He was fostered by Edward and Katherine Comerford, both born in Ireland. He was listed in the 1900 Census with their family."
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Surname may appear in some records as Brunate and Brunnotti. 
Brunotte, Gustave J. (I39338)
 
39 "am 27. 06. 1952 vom Bischöflichen Ordinariat in Rottenburg unter Nummer C 2170 für tot erklärt" Riegger, Franz Josef (I40905)
 
40 "Andreas Grett, also known as Andrew Gtree, immigrated on 15 Sept. 1740 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the ship, Pheonix with John Mason Captain, from Rotterdam.
He swore oath to the state of Pennsylvania on Sept. 15, 1749.
He appeared on the census of 1749 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. Pa.
He married Mary Magdalena about 1750 at Goshenhoppen, Bally, Washington Township, Berks Co. Pennsylvania
Source: Grawrock Parker Geneology"

"It was actually 15 Sep 1749 when Andreas Grett arrived in Philadelphia on board the Phoenix. Along with his father, his brother, and other passengers from that ship he took the Oath of Allegiance and the Oath of Abjuration the same day. The significance of the 1749 census is that it shows him, his father, and his brother as residents of Philadelphia - NOT as indentured. This means the three of them were able to pay their passage from Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 10 British Pounds per adult according to Gottlieb Mittelberger, in full. " 
Grett, Andrew Windsor (I10976)
 
41 "Ann Wheeler, the wife of William Elder the emigrant, died in her thirty-fourth year, of Consumption, the hardships of her husband's pioneer life proving too much for her frail constitution. There being no undertakers, necessity compelled them to hollow out a chestnut tree, and in this rude coffin the remains of this good woman were deposited." Wheeler, Ann (I10896)
 
42 "Anthony Memmer became incapacited with a lingering illness for which the doctors
advised a sea voyage and a stay at a German health spa. Anthony, his wife Emma, and
daughter Rose, a child of 3 or 4 years, traveled to Germany, in hopes of restoring his
health. After Anthony passed away and was buried in Germany, Emma and Rose returned
to LaFayette where Emma did sewing to support herself and child." 
Memmer, Anthony (I9962)
 
43 "As a boy Fred finished the second grade but then had to drop out to help his father on the family farm according to my grandmother." - Mark Seib Blackman, Fredrick John (I8457)
 
44 "Billy died at the age of 5yrs at a Christmas party stampede in 1925" Wager, William (I14611)
 
45 "Boots took Sonny to Los Angeles to live with her father and mother" - Charles Hegelheimer II via Charles Swanson Family F993
 
46 "Cashier of the general health insurance" in Furtwangen. Mager, Josef (I1436)
 
47 "Christine's New York City death certificate reports that she was born in New York City, but there is convincing evidence that the person who provided this information was misinformed about her actual birthplace."

"Following the death of her husband, Jacob, about 1875, Christina Schaefer Zotz sent Elizabeth Zotz and three siblings, Mary Anna, Christina, and John to live with her sister and brother-in-law, residents of a small city in Illinois."

https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/37364484/person/19850612362/facts (William Herbert Wilken; wilkenw)
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Schaefer, Christina (I67293)
 
48 "Daddy graduated from Villanova University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1954. He then served 39 months in the Navy as an engineering duty officer in Charleston, S.C., and Groton, Conn. In 1960, he was an electrical engineer with the Westinghouse Special Atomic Project in Pittsburgh. In 1968, he took a job with General Electric and relocated his family to the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pa. He was laid off from GE around May 1971 (Mom thinks because a government contract dried up???) and went back to southwestern PA to work for Westinghouse, coming home on the weekends. The whole family moved out in August 1971 so the big kids could start school on time." -Susan Zellner

While in the Navy, worked on the first refueling of the USS Nautilus, the first nuclear powered submarine, at the Electric Boat yard in Groton, Connecticut, February 1957. Also worked on the USS Skate and the USS Skipjack.

Held several patents. Developed gas-cooled thermocouple with his friend Phil Blau.

Spent first three years of marriage in England, where he worked on Britain's first nuclear submarine, the Dreadnought. First two daughters were born there. Upon returning to Pittsburgh in 1963, worked for the Westinghouse Astronuclear Laboratory, where he helped design and test the propulsion system for a nuclear powered spacecraft intended for a Mars mission.

Worked at the Westinghouse Walt Mill Site (Madison, PA) in the Advanced Reactors Division from 1971-76. The Clinch River breeder reactor was among his projects. 
Zellner, George Joseph Jr. (I1)
 
49 "Das Mager-Buch" lists Franziska's death date as 12 January 1856. Mager, Franziska (I1120)
 
50 "Das Mager-Buch" lists her birth date as 6 August 1822. Grimm, Karolina (I1013)
 

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