Paul Revere & Reginald Owen, Two Celebritiy Graves in Boise, 7-12-16



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Reginald Owen:

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Actor in 11 television series/shows and 133 films from 1911 to 1971 including ‘Of Human Bondage’, ‘Anna Karenina’, ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, ‘The Great Ziegfeld’, ‘A Yank in the R.A.F.’, ‘Random Harvest’, ‘The Canterville Ghost’, ‘The Miniver Story’, ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’. He played Charles Dickens character, Scrooge, in the classic 1938 movie, ‘A Christmas Carol’. A heart attack took his life in 1972.

Paul Revere:
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Paul Revere was born on January 7, 1938 in Harvard, Nebraska, USA as Paul Revere Dick. He was married to Eileen Elizabeth (Sydney) Mohrman, Sandra Sue Campbell and Sharon Kennel. He died on October 4, 2014 in Garden Valley, Idaho, USA.

Note: There have been many other celebrities who have either made Idaho their home, or have been born here. Maureen O’Hara lived here in Boise for many years until her passing. She is buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Also, George Kennedy was residing in Middleton upon his passing. Burial unknown.

Jake Owen LIVE intro/Days of Gold Days of Gold Tour May 1st, 2014 Fort Wayne, Indiana



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Jake Owen opening his show on his Days of Gold Tour in Fort Wayne, Indiana at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum with the title track to his album and tour, Days Of Gold.
Great show!!!!!!

Gary Owen on Going to the Hood to Do Comedy for Black People



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Growing up in a trailer park in Cincinnati, Ohio, Gary Owen said that his earliest childhood interaction with an African American adult was with a man named Sonny, who drove the local Ice cream truck. Almost excluded from diversity with only a handful of Black friends growing up, he says his African American friends stationed with him in San Diego advised him to go to Black comedy clubs where he started doing “comedy for black people.”

Surprisingly, when hearing most celebrity success stories, it usually entails a long process of trials and tribulations, however, Owen said it only took him 6-months to “get on” after a two year hiatus. Not long after appearing—and a successful winning streak—on Comic View, he got a 1-hour comedy special, and was later asked to host the show, in which he received major backlash for.

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LIVE NEWS: 2-Officers Shot – Lancaster, California – Suspect on the Loose – 10/05/16



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*Officer Involved Shooting
*2-Officers Down Sergeant & Deputy)
*Suspect(s) on the Loose

Last Call: Sgt Owen / R.I.P / 10/05/16