Views:6787|Rating:4.92|View Time:1:44Minutes|Likes:63|Dislikes:1 Frank Sinatra’s grave site is one of the most visited celebrity final resting places on the planet. Watch the video to find out how to locate it.
Desert Memorial Park Cemetery
Address: 31705 da Vall Dr, Cathedral City, CA 92234
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At Evergreen Memorial Park, you will find what many people call a place of serenity and tranquility unique for a cemetery. It is a place where families and friends can visit and embrace the pleasant memories of loved ones passed.
We are one of this area’s most peaceful places, close to nature with birds, ducks, squirrels, geese and sometimes even a few deer.
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This channel Great Gospel Songs, Sermons, Praise Break and Testimony Videos is dedicated to the Worship and Praise of Our Father God, the Lord Jesus and the Holy Ghost/Holy Spirit.
Views:3198|Rating:4.69|View Time:3:7Minutes|Likes:15|Dislikes:1 PRELUDE
Music from Our Town A. Copland
O God Beyond All Praising arr. R. Proulx
Westminster Brass/Dr. Paul S. Jones, organ
Tenth Men’s Choir/John Leibensperger, director
Blades of Grass and Pure White Stones arr. K. Christopher
Song of the Unsung Hero J. M. Martin/P. Martin
America, the Beautiful/Navy Hymn S. A. Ward/K. L. Bates;
J. B. Dykes/W. Whiting
United States Public Health Service
Commissioned Corps Choral Ensemble
LT James P. Trinidad, conductor
Evelyn R. Larter, piano
Going Home A. Dvorák/arr. J. Villanueva
(adapted from Symphony No. 9)
Westminster Brass/Dr. Paul S. Jones, organ
Processional (1:55 pm) U.S. Surgeon General’s Honor Cadre
Charlie Rután, bagpipes
Procession of Ministers, Family, and Surgeons General
The Mansions of the Lord R. Wallace/N. Glennie-Smith
Men of the USPHS Choral Ensemble/Tenth Men’s Choir
Westminster Brass/Dr. Paul S. Jones, organ/conductor
Posting the colors U.S. Surgeon General’s Honor cadre
Welcome Rev. Carroll L. G. Wynne
Minister of Pastoral Care, Tenth Presbyterian Church
Hymn 92: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God Ein’ feste Burg
Gordon Thompson – Son-in-law
Dr. Steven M. Altshuler – Chief Executive Officer Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Dr. Martin R. Eichelberger – Pediatric Surgeon Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC
Dr. Eugene K. Betts – Vice Chair, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA
Mr. Paul Sweeney – Former patient of Dr. Koop
Musical Meditation: It Is Well with My Soul
Ruth Naomi Floyd, contralto
Evelyn R. Larter, piano
Dr. Regina Benjamin – U.S. Surgeon General
Dr. Woodie Kessel – former Assistant Surgeon General
Prayer Dr. Philip G. Ryken
President – Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL
Scripture: Psalm 90, Psalm 23; 1 Corinthians 15:12–23, 50–58
Rev. D. Marion Clark
Executive Minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church
Homily Dr. Kenneth C. Larter
Minister – Deerfield Presbyterian Church, Deerfield, NJ
Hymn 689: Be Still, My Soul Finlandia
PHS March USPHS Choral Ensemble
LT James P. Trinidad, conductor
Flag Ceremony Dr. Regina Benjamin – U. S. Surgeon General
Taps Nathaniel Hepler, trumpet
U.S. Surgeon General’s Honor cadre
Charlie Rután, bagpipes
Retiring of the Colors
Hymn 460: Amazing Grace New Britain
Recession of Ministers, Family, and Surgeons General
Postlude: Fanfare/For All the Saints J. Hala/R. Vaughan Williams
Westminster Brass/Dr. Paul S. Jones, organ
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Views:59|Rating:5.00|View Time:38:3Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 *(UNCUT EXTENDED) NSVH Celebration of Life Memorial Event for CHARLES M DEMOS SR. June 13, 2015
First time released. Uncut Extended version: (NSVH) Nevada State Veterans Home Celebration of Life Memorial Event hosted by NSVH Chaplain Bob Nycek with NSVH Administrator, Mark McBride, Nevada Veteran Services Director, Katherine “Kat” Miller, NSVH Resident, and Veteran’s son Paul Demos delivering a heartfelt memorial about WWII Navy Veteran and Father Charles Demos at the NSVH Celebration of Life Memorial Event, Nevada State Veterans Home, Boulder City, NV, USA June, 13 2015.
Host Chaplain Bob reads a terrific eulogy from Charlies’ big brother, WWII Army Veteran Colonel Angelo Peter Demos and family.
Shocked and bewildered about the unexpected passing of his father, son Paul Demos delivers a glowing eulogy and colorful insights among NSVH facility, residents, staff, and well wishers.
*At this moment in time the Demos family honored first generation Greek-American Veteran, Attorney, and Father Charles M Demos Sr’ while seeking honest answers surrounding his unexpected death for Legionnella Bacteria contamination while residing at the Nevada State Veterans Home.
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Views:180|Rating:0.00|View Time:11:10Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Romans 11:34-36 says, ““For who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has become His counselor? Or who has first given to Him and it shall be repaid to him? For of Him and through Him and to Him are all things, to whom be glory forever. Amen” (NKJV).
In this final excerpt from the first message of the 2017 Memorial Day Conference, held in Cleveland, Ohio, brother Titus ministers concerning these verses.
Thousands of people paid their last respects to singer John Denver at a memorial service in Colorado on Friday.
Denver was killed in a plane crash on Sunday.
The mourners had travelled from all across the U-S to say farewell to the singer at the Faith Presbyterian Church in Aurora.
Video screens had to be set out outside the church to give all mourners a chance to take part in the service.
John Denver was remembered by all at the service as a caring father and a good friend.
There was standing room only as more than two thousand people packed the Faith Presbyterian Church in Aurora, Colorado.
Outside the church, another 100 people gathered as Denver’s music was played over loudspeakers.
Many sang along, some in tears.
The 53-year-old singer, known for the 1970s hits “Sunshine on My Shoulders” and “Rocky Mountain High”, died on Sunday when his homebuilt plane crashed off the California coast.
Denver’s choice of lyrics prompted the Reverend Les Felker, a retired Air Force chaplain, to prepare his sermon on the subject matter of a sunset.
He referred to Denver as a man with boundless energy and creativity who loved nature and poured his passions into his songwriting.
“John Denver is a sensitive, caring, gentle, loving man. And that came through loud and clear in all of his music and his life and the impact he made. Millions, no billions are excited, thrilled, challenged, blessed and comforted over and over again by his music.”
SUPER CAPTION: Reverend Les Felker
Others recalled Denver’s limitless energy and enthusiasm.
Long-time friend Tom Crumb said the singer was never too busy or too tired to sing for a classroom of children or pick up a piece of trash on the roadside.
“But I tell you what – no matter what story John had going on – whether it was a deep personal issue, some legal battle, some mess that he had gotten into he stood up for what he believed in. It never held him back. It never held him back from standing up for children, the environment, for the hungry, for life. What an inspiration..he brought out the best in us when he did that..the best in us.”
SUPER CAPTION: Tom Crumb, Denver’s long-time friend
Others remembered his work to promote peace, save the environment, and help to end world hunger.
The last to remember Denver was his brother Ron, who played a tape of the last message the singer ever left him on his answering machine.
Also at the memorial service were Denver’s two ex-wives, his three children, and his mother.
Friday’s memorial service at the Faith Presbyterian Church was the first of two scheduled for Colorado’s mourners.
A second service will be held on Saturday in Denver’s adopted hometown of Aspen.
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A memorial tribute video to Sister Catherine Mary Holker, a Sister of the Sorrowful Mother.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF SISTER CATHERINE MARY HOLKER
Sister Catherine Mary Holker was called to her eternal rest on December 18, 2016 at Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh, WI at the age of 84.
Sister Catherine Mary was born on September 9, 1932 in Monticello, MN to her parents Louis and Emma (Dietrich) Holker. The family lived on a farm where sister was the youngest of 6 living siblings. Her family was active in church activities and the family had the ritual of praying together and daily praying the rosary as a family.
A sledding accident brought her to St. Joseph’s Hospital, Mankato, MN where she was in the care of the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother. Sister stated, “It was love at first sight. I was overwhelmed with their graciousness and acceptance. They were kind and caring although it was a visit I hadn’t planned on making. I knew it wouldn’t be the last.” In 1950 Sister Catherine Mary entered the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother Congregation in Milwaukee, WI. Sister was given the name of Mary Damian.
She took her first vows August 12, 1953 and final vows on August 12, 1958 both in Milwaukee, WI. She celebrated her silver jubilee in 1979 and golden jubilee in 2000. In 2013 Sister celebrated 60 years of service as an SSM. Sister returned to her baptismal name Catharine Mary after Vatican II.
Although she aspired to becoming a nurse, she was asked to become an educator. She served in various states including Pennsylvania, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Kansas in elementary education. Sister Catherine Mary completed a BEd degree from Mount Mary College, Milwaukee in 1963.
In 1978 Sister thought that after thirty-five years serving youth, she would follow a new path. She completed the CPE Course at ST. Luke’s Hospital, Milwaukee, WI preparing her to begin a new career in pastoral care in the health field in 1979. Sister Catherine Mary was sent to St. Elizabeth Hospital, Wabasha, MN
There she served as Director of the Pastoral Care Department until she retired and moved to Franciscan Courts, Oshkosh, WI in June 2010. She remained very active assisting in many areas at the Courts. Sister Catherine Mary enjoyed creating prayer services, serving as a Eucharistic Minister, and assisting with other Church activities. You could find her preparing a place in the dining room for a sister celebrating name day or birthday. She always had a treat at each place.
She recently flew to her Minnesota home to attend the funeral for her sister-in-law. As she left there she said “goodbye” telling them that this would be her last visit.
Sister will be missed by her religious family, nieces and nephews and friends.
Homecoming services will be held Tuesday December 20th at 4:00 p.m.and the Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday December 21, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in SSM Franciscan Courts Chapel with Fr. William Kuhr as celebrant. Commitment services will follow at Riverside Catholic Cemetery, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
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Harry (Bun) Clark Vincent Jr. passed away at his home on July 27, 2014. Bonnie Lee Vincent passed away at home on Aug. 1, 2014, and followed him to heaven. After 57 years of marriage, they left this world together, both following illnesses.
Harry was born in Manhattan on March 7, 1937, to Harry Sr. and Montana (Reynolds) Vincent. Shortly after, they moved to Willow Creek, where he attended school. He then attended and graduated from Three Forks High. He enlisted in the Army Reserve at the age of 15 and was honorably discharged on Oct. 8, 1962.
He was employed by JC Penney and then Morris and Mairele of Helena. He then took up the trade of hanging drywall and sheetrock in Helena and around the state for 37 years. He belonged to the Carpenters Union for that entire time. Lastly, he worked for Greenway Enterprises until he retired. He received the Golden Hammer Award and the 3,000 accident-free-hours award. Never late for anything in his life, he was generally at work making coffee before anyone else arrived. He loved to tinker in his shop, always working on some project or another. He loved to fish with his great-grandsons.
Bonnie was born in Great Falls on Aug 4, 1939, to Claude and Josie (Knapstad) Tannehill. She attended schools in the Canyon Creek and Dearborn area and in Montana City and Helena. She was very proud to receive her GED in Helena on March 7, 1973, Harry’s birthday, at the age of 35.
She was employed by Eddies Bakery early in her life. After having children, she became a stay-at-home mother, keeping the home fires burning when Harry was working out of town. Later, she started her own home cleaning business, which she ran for many years. She then worked at the Shelby House in the Helena area as a cook and caregiver. She was the very well known coupon lady in Helena in 1982, walking out of Super Save grocery with two carts and $140 in free groceries. (That was a lot in 1982). She was also TOPS (take off pounds sensibly) runner up queen for Montana In 1983. In July of 1994, she was elected Democratic Precinct chairwoman for Precinct 34.
Both Mom and Dad were avid bowlers and roller skaters in their younger years.
Mom And Dad were married on Aug. 24, 1957, in Helena at the Nazarene Church. They spent 57 years in marriage. They spent years helping anybody who needed a hand, taking people into their home when they had nowhere else to go. Mom never had a bad word to say about anyone. She would always see the good. Mom spent many hours in the kitchen cooking for family and friends and carrying on the tradition of candy and treat making at Christmas. Dad would loan a car or a hand to anyone. Dad loved the children and spent many hours entertaining them at family functions.
They are survived by many loved ones, family and friends; their three children, Clint (Tara) Vincent, Christine McCullough and Andrew Vincent, all of Helena; Bonnie’s sister, Claudia and (James) Buxton of Everett, Washington; Harry’s brothers and sisters, Gene (Carol) Vincent of Butte, Trudie and (Dave) Miller of Townsend, Reva and (Dean) Weisbeck of Denver, and Darlene Dawson of Shreveport, Louisiana; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, cousins, uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.
Services will be held for both on Friday, Aug. 8, at noon at the Church of the Nazarene, 117 Valley Drive in Helena, 442-7386.
In lieu of flowers, donation can be made to Hospice of St Peter Hospital or the Church of the Nazarene in Helena. (as presented in the Independent Record)