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Edna must be looking down with a broad smile at her burial service with final military funeral honors on Saturday, July 14th at the Hillside/South Gouldsboro Cemetery in Gouldsboro Maine.
The Maine Military Funeral Program (MMFP) provided a very sharp team of a detail leader and second team member who would act as the bugler and the flag fold man.
One of Edna’s wishes was for a burial service with a rifle salute. Edna was an Army veteran, but not an officer or retired military; technically it could not be provided to her.
However, the Ellsworth Veterans Honor Guard stepped up and promised her a firing party detail for her service. They would fire three volleys over Edna’s grave which symbolized the old custom of halting the fighting.
Edna also had several flags unfurled and held aloft for her by the Patriot Riders of America’ s flag line.
The Gouldsboro Veterans Committee was proud to help Edna’s daughter, Louise Baker, coordinate and participate at several levels with the final military honors at Edna’s service.
The coordinated interactive actions went like clockwork.
The MMFP detail leader stood at attention with a folded flag to his chest for over 12 minutes without flinching or wavering.
When initiated he lowered the flag 90 degrees which signaled the Ellsworth Veterans Honor Guard to fire three rifle volleys over Edna’s grave.
The bugler then gave an impressive steady sounding of Taps. He then joined the detail leader in the symbolic unfolding and refolding of the presentation flag. The folded flag is emblematic of the tri-cornered hat worn by the Patriots of the American Revolution.
The detail leader then knelt and presented the folded flag and said,
“On behalf of the President of the United States, the United States Army, and a grateful Nation, please accept this flag as a symbol of our appreciation for your loved one’s honorable and faithful service.”
Afterward, the Ellsworth Veterans Honor Guard then invited all veterans to join them in rendering Edna a hand salute to honor her Army service.
This is part of a documentary produced by Our Baptist Heritage. It pertains to historic Philadelphia and is a virtual tour of Old City. For more information please visit www.ourbaptistheritage.org
Mike Rumping as Squire Boone at Dinner with the Dead, Old Episcopal Burial Ground, Lexington, KY, October 21, 2006 (pt. 1), sponsored by Fayette County Cemetery Trust.
Burial ceremony with military honors at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery in Mims, Florida on Friday, May 11, 2018
Andrew J Dubois (1928-2018)
Andrew J Dubois “Pepere” of Deland, Florida passed away peacefully on April 26th. He was ninety. He is survived by Valerie “Memere”, his devoted wife of sixty-seven years, four children, nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Andy served in the US Navy ten years, retired as a property appraiser from the South Florida Water Management District, all while serving as an energetic active volunteer in the many Catholic Church ministries within the parishes of Sacred Heart in Lake Worth and St. Peter in Deland. Andy is forever memorialized in the minds of all those around him for his infectious laugh and endless joke telling. Much joy and laughter were brought forth by this dedicated family man.
In celebration, a holy mass will take place on Friday, May 4, 2018 at 10 AM at St. Peter Catholic Church, 359 W New York Ave, Deland, Florida 32720 followed by a gathering and fellowship in St. Teresa Hall. Pepere’s burial will be in the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery in Mims at a later time. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are suggested to Saint Joseph’s Carmelite Monastery, 141 Carmelite Drive, Bunnell, Florida 32110 (386)437-2910
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Following high school, Chandler acquired his first job, as a janitor at Pine Drive Christian School in Dickinson, Texas. Chandler first spoke in front of a crowd when he was asked to share his testimony at a high school chapel. He was then offered a job as a youth minister at a small Baptist church in La Marque, Texas at the age of 18. Chandler moved to Abilene, Texas where he attended Hardin-Simmons University. While there, Chandler began leading the weekly Grace Bible Study at the Paramount Theater, which grew from a couple of hundred attendees to a couple of thousand. Chandler earned a Bible degree from Hardin-Simmons University. In 1996, Chandler was hired by Beltway Park Baptist Church under pastor David McQueen. In 1999, Chandler started a
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In 1885 Clem Collins donated an acre of land for a cemetery. The first burial (at least the oldest one now with a stone) was for John R. Beloat: 1863-1892. John’s brother, William R. Beloat, appears to be the most elderly: 1861-1954, 92 years. These men were step-sons of Mr. Collins. Rev. James Harer’s stone shows 1821 as the earliest birth date: 1821-1901. There are 78 stones showing dates before 1900.
For many years Liberty was the only cemetery in the entire Valley. There are over 500 names on record with about 400 graves located. There are 139 stones standing and readable. No burials have been made since 1962. For a short time Maricopa County used the cemetery for burials. During the 1930’s when people did not even have the $2.00 to pay for a grave site, a family might bring a loved one in the night and bury the body, leaving a record of the deceased only in the heart of the family. Please DONATE if you can: