Pastor of the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, Reverend Charles Adams prays the iconic “Thank You” prayer during the Funeral services Homegoing celebration of Rosa Parks in Detroit Michigan held at Greater Grace Temple
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Celebrating the life and mourning the passing of my 103 year old aunt Mildred Tabb in Greensboro Alabama on 7-22-17. Lord what a sad and joyous time I had seeing my family again. Love all yall through the good and the bad times forever. Rest In Heaven Auntie Mildred.
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On this Episode The Soul Seekers Set out To The Gold Mining Town of Virginia City Nevada to investigate some of the Historical Haunted Locations in this Town. Our First stop is the Town’s Oldest Pioneer Cemetery The Silver Terrace Cemetery Also known as Boot Hill, This Location was a location Ghost Adventures Filmed at during the filming of their Documentary. This Cemetery is reported to be one of the most active paranormal hot spots in the entire world. Well known for it’s Famous Cemetery lights Ghost Lights, Anomalies that are seen floating next to the Tombs at night. Can Soul Seekers make contact with the Old Pioneer Spirits said to Habitat inside these cemeteries? Soul Seekers gives you an in depth look at one of the Most Haunted places in the United States. ENJOY!
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President Barack Obama delievered the eulogy at the funeral for Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of the victims of deadly shootings at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
A Brownsville Rivera High School student, killed in a car crash in Matamoros, was laid to rest Wednesday afternoon.
Family, friends and coaches wore jerseys with Juvenal Torres’ nickname and number in memory of the teen.
Hundreds of students showed up in Brownsville to pay their final respects to Juvenal Torres or as they knew him “Juvy”.
Friends close to him say he left them too young and that life will miss out on a great person.
Gilbert Santos and Robby Rivera, who grew up with Juvenal “Juvy” Torres, said it was hard for them to accept they were attending their friend’s funeral Wednesday.
“I couldn’t believe it,” said Santos. “Still I don’t believe it.”
“You don’t want to process it,” said Rivera. “Your mind doesn’t want to process it.”
It was a full house at Christ Church of the Valley in Brownsville as family, Rivera High School students, football players, teachers and coaches from around the valley gathered for a final good bye to Torres.
Authorities there told Action 4 News that the teen driver Juvenal was with was speeding when he lost control and crashed into a concrete post five blocks south of the Brownsville & Matamoros International Bridge.
These loving friends said they want their life-long friend to be remembered for the person he was in life.
“it’s real hard to believe especially because it was him, he was an amazing person, he had a big heart, gave his best in all that he did, never backed down from a challenge,” said Santos. “He was just “Juvy” and he was always smiling always positive….If you were down he’d go try and make you happy.”
The procession passed by Rivera High School where students there waited outside to pay their respects to Juvenal Torres.
It then proceeded to Guillen Cemetery where he laid to rest.
Hundreds of mourners gathered in Palm Springs, California, on Friday to bid farewell to U-S lawmaker and entertainer, Sonny Bono.
Bono’s current family, along with ex-wife Cher, were joined by people from Hollywood, and representatives from Washington.
Bono died in a skiing accident on Monday.
A somber Cher arrived at Saint Theresa Catholic Church in Palm Springs, California, on Friday afternoon accompanied by daughter Chastity.
They joined hundreds of others from the entertainment and political arenas, to remember the life of Sonny Bono.
Cher, ex-wife of entertainer-turned-lawmaker Bono, cut short a trip to London to be at the funeral.
Bono’s life was cut short in a skiing accident last Monday, just as he was hitting his stride in a second-term as a U-S congressman.
A colour portrait of Bono placed near the altar of the church was an image that for many, represented what they will remember most about the man.
The jovial entertainer, rose to pop music and television stardom as songwriter and singer alongside former wife Cher.
After later becoming mayor of Palm Springs, he went on to be elected to Congress, representing the area.
Mourners who filled the funeral pews included U-S speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, former Vice President Dan Quayle.
As colleagues, they paid tribute to Bono as the outsider who came to Congress in 1994 as something of a joke, but came to earn the respect of fellow Republicans, and Democrats, as an able politician.
California Governor Pete Wilson and Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt — representing President Clinton — also attended.
As a choir sang “Amazing Grace,” a military honour guard carried Bono’s flag-draped, mahogany casket into the church.
The two-term congressman from Palm Springs died at the Heavenly Ski Resort in South Lake Tahoe, where he was on holiday with his wife, Mary, and their children – daughter, Chianna, 6, and son, Chesare, 9.
Bono was killed instantly when he plowed into a pine tree on an intermediate slope.
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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:
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The Late Rev. Charles Lee Harvin, was an Educator, Pastor, Coach and mentor. He pastored for 35 years in the AME Church. His ministerial service started in November 1977. Which would have made his 40th year in service. He has pastored Lees Chapel AME Church, Chesapeake, VA. St. Paul AME Church, Portsmouth, VA and Macedonia AME Church, Suffolk, ,VA. He was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi. His coaching ability lead him into the Hampton Roads Hall of Fame. He was a member of the Norfolk County graduates He was born on May 22, 1937, he proudly celebrated his 80th birthday On October 9th around 2:21 pm he took his final breathe on Earth and his first breathe in Heaven. He left his mansion on earth to receive his eternal mansion in heaven. He was a man with few complaints. He was a life time member of New Mount Olive AME Church, Chesapeake, VA. He is also a Son of New Mount Olive.