Views:11520|Rating:4.75|View Time:1:5Minutes|Likes:38|Dislikes:2 New Orleans jazz master Pete Fountain, who died August 6 at age 86, was sent off in style with a second line parade through the French quarter Wednesday (August 17). For more search NOLA.com for the story: “Pete Fountain honored with music, tha
Views:311107|Rating:3.88|View Time:4:9:10Minutes|Likes:2096|Dislikes:607 Thousands are expected to honor the life and legacy of former President George H.W. Bush at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
President Trump has declared Wednesday a national day of mourning, as the nation remembers its 41st president. Mr. Bush has been lying in state since Monday in the Capitol.
Along with the current president and first lady, the Obamas, Carters and foreign dignitaries will be in attendance.
The ceremony begins at 11 a.m., and can be watched here.
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Views:1397228|Rating:4.65|View Time:14:52Minutes|Likes:4213|Dislikes:314 On February 7th, 2011 Major Ret. U.S. Army Donald Benjamin York was laid to rest with full military honors at the Arlington National Cemetery. He passed away on October 30th, 2010 at the age of 65 after suffering from a service-related condition.
Don was born on the Fourth of July, 1945 in Patterson, California. Being a Choctaw Native American, he spent his childhood on an Indian reservation. At the age of 17, he volunteered with the National Guard to serve in special operations in Asia during the Vietnam War, along with other Native Americans. After enlisting with the National Guard, Don completed several regular and special Army training courses and became a sharpshooter. After the Vietnam War, Don became an officer and served in the capacities of an operations specialist, a training specialist, and a security specialist. Most details of his service are classified. Don fully and honorably retired from the armed services in 2005, after having served for 39 years in active duty and the reserve.
His family misses him dearly.
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Views:258551|Rating:4.83|View Time:2:23Minutes|Likes:804|Dislikes:28 New Orleans style jazz band “Acoustic Jass” lead the funeral procession of Jean Hooper on the approach to Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, Barry on Tuesday May 7th 2013. This video was shot by JGR Media Ltd (www.grjmedia.com ) as part of a series on funeral directors to be shown on S4C
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Between the pages of an old family bible, I found dates of births, deaths and old revivals. Then I came upon a page, it was written by a feeble hand. It said this is my last request and these are my funeral plans.
When I die, let me die speaking in tongues. Let it ring in my ears, all of these songs I’ve sung. Lord give me the strength to praise you, speak your name one more time. Then have your angels carry me over to the other side.
Lord I’ve lived a long life, now my race is run. I can’t wait to leave here, I’ve got nothing left undone. I’ve got everything in order, tell my children not to cry. I’ve left them a road map and they can meet me in the by and by.
Go tell my friends and neighbors not to weep for me. I’m gonna live forever, I’ve finally been set free. Go tell ’em not to mourn or to miss me when I’m gone. They can shout all around my grave side cause it ain’t me final home.