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  • Wednesday | via The Janesville Gazette 

    Jerome T. Dyson, Formerly of Janesville, WI

    Jerome T. Dyson, 67, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, May 10th, after a long battle with multiple forms of cancer. A resident of West Palm Beach, FL, since the early 1970s, Jerry was born Aug. 14, 1947, in Janesville, graduating from Janesville Senior High School, Class of 1965.

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  • Wednesday | via Worcester County Times 

    Salisbury activist Billy Gene Jackson dead at 77

    Salisbury activist Billy Gene Jackson dead at 77 The former political and community activist died in Florida this week. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: Jackson's daughter April wrote on social media Wednesday that her father passed away at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he has lived for several years.

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  • Friday May 15 | via Ninme 

    Remembering B.B. King at the National Portrait Gallery

    B.B. King playing his guitar in 1992. The photo is on display at the National Portrait Gallery.

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  • Monday May 11 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    DARDEN, DOUGLAS McGREGOR

    DOUGLAS McGREGOR DARDEN, 76 WINTER HAVEN - Douglas McGregor Darden, 76, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 9, 2015, at his home on Lake Winterset. Doug was born on May 8, 1939, in West Palm Beach, Florida, to Harriett Lewis Darden and Julian Thomas Darden.

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  • Wednesday May 6 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Marion (Layman) Pelletier

    Marion Pelletier, RN, 90, died May 4, 2015, at C.A. Dean in Greenville, surrounded by her family. She was born in W. Palm Beach, FL, February 8, 1925, the daughter of Arthur and Marion Layman.

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  • Tuesday May 5 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Karlen Ann Wannop, 61

    Karlen Ann Wannop, age 61, died at The McCarthy Care Center in East Sandwich, MA., of cancer on April 23, 2015. Karlen was born in Hyannis, MA., on September 14, 1953.

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  • Monday May 4 | via WICU12 Erie 

    Friends Remember Erie Businessman & Philanthropi...

    A well-known Erie businessman and philanthropist has died. Lou Porreco died Sunday evening at his home in Florida.

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  • Sunday May 3 | via The Indianapolis Star 

    Helen Marie Coady

    Helen M. Coady, 85, Noblesville, Indiana, died on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at home.

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  • Saturday May 2 | via WTVC 

    Things to Know About the Situation in Baltimore

    Baltimore's top prosecutor announced Friday that six officers would face charges in the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man whose death after an injury in police custody sparked protests in the city. -- WHAT'S HAPPENING? Baltimore's chief prosecutor, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, announced charges against six officers in the death of Freddie Gray.

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  • Tuesday Apr 28 | via WTVC 

    Hundreds of Motorcycles Lead Procession for Slain Mo...

    Hundreds of motorcycles led mourners to their loved ones' final resting places Monday afternoon. The family of Melissa Ball and Grayden Whitmore requested the motorcycle procession the day before they were laid to rest, and more than 150 motorcyclists answered the call.

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  • Monday Apr 27 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Wagner, Robert Owen

    ROBERT OWEN WAGNER, 86 LAKELAND - Robert Wagner, 86, passed away on April 25, 2015, at Lakeland Regional Medical Center. He was born in West Palm Beach to Ralph B, Wagner and Edna Macomber Wagner.

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  • Monday Apr 27 | via WTVC 

    Baltimore Cops Injured in Clash With Hundreds of Pro...

    A gathering of hundreds of protesters near a Baltimore mall turned violent today when some of them hurled various objects at cops, with several officers injured in the clash, including one whose condition police described as "unresponsive." Tonight's baseball game in Baltimore between the Orioles and the White Sox has been postponed in the wake of the violence, the team said.

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  • Monday Apr 27 | via Palm Beach Post 

    "Bloody white rock" may have been murder w...

    A rock may have been the murder weapon in the bludgeoning death of an 18-year-old Hispanic man, according to Jupiter police. A "bloody white rock" was found in the front yard of the home.

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  • Sunday Apr 26 | via Northwest Herald 

    Thillman, Ambrose E.

    Ambrose E. Thillman Born: Aug. 15, 1919; in Sturgeon Lake, MN Died: Feb. 8, 2015; in North Palm Beach, FL Ambrose "Amby" E. Thillman, 95, of North Palm Beach, Florida, formerly of Crystal Lake, died, Sunday, February 8, 2015, in North Palm Beach, Florida, peacefully and beautifully with his children around him as he passed into God's loving arms He was born on August 15, 1919, to Edward and Agnes Thillman, in Sturgeon Lake, Minnesota. He was a man of profound honesty, integrity and kindness.

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  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Target Marketing Magazine 

    Remembering List Strategist and Philanthropist Joel ...

    He is survived by his partner of 16 years, Paul J. Herman, his sister Anika Cooper, his parents, Diana and Naftal Cooper and other family members and friends. Joel spent time at his homes in Southampton, Park Avenue, New York and Palm Beach, Florida.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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