Take five y ‘all… Smok ‘em if ya got ‘em while we decry the audacity of the vulgarian insurgency
In Memory of Those Who “Died Suddenly” in The United States, July 5-July 11
There is a simple explanation for the sudden unexplained deaths… …murder… …murder on an industrial scale… …aka genocide
Godfather star James Caan and “Sopranos” stalwart Tony Sirico; five policemen (and a firefighter); three student athletes (and two coaches); a “January 6” defendant (and two enlisted men), and. so. many. more.
Prior to the “vaccination” drive, no 82-year-old as famous as this movie star ever would have died (and suddenly) without some cause of death reported:
James Caan, Oscar-nominated actor of ‘The Godfather,’ ‘Misery’ and ‘Elf,’ dies at 82
July 7, 2022 (CNN) James Caan, the veteran screen actor known for his work in such films as “The Godfather,” “Misery” and “Elf,” has died, his family said in a statement on his verified Twitter account. He was 82.
“It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Jimmy on the evening of July 6,” the statement read. “The family appreciates the outpouring of love and heartfelt condolences and asks that you continue to respect their privacy during this difficult time.”
Paul Nassif, ‘Botched’ Star, Reveals His Older Brother Chris Died Unexpectedly
July 8, 2022 Botched star Paul Nassif mourned the death of his brother Chris on Thursday, who died unexpectedly a day before on July 6th.
“He was a beloved brother, father, husband and uncle,” Nassif wrote on Twitter. “This was an unexpected and tragic event that has caused extreme sadness for us all.The Nassif family appreciates you respecting their privacy at this time.”
PA Marine, Dad Of 5 Accused Of Attacking Police At Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Dies Suddenly
July 8, 2022 A man hoping to make a deal and resolve his case regarding his alleged attack on a police officer during the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot has died and his community wants the world to remember he was a person beyond this one day. Michael John Lopatic, 58, of Manheim Township, was accused of ripping off one of the officer’s helmet and gas mask, stealing his cellphone— breaking his body camera, an essential piece of evidence— and hitting him with an uppercut during the riot, according to prosecutors statements.
But this former Marine was not deemed a flight risk and was released from custody over a year prior to his passing by U.S. District Judge Emmett Sullivan. Lopatic’s conditional release included that he must surrender his guns, take medication— he was known to have a benign brain tumor among other undisclosed maladies, and stay away from other defendants.
If he was convicted he would have faced a maximum penalty of 21 years and 6 months in prison and more than $1 million in fines, according to court records, but— for an unknown reason— Lopatic was hospitalized at Lancaster General, where he died on Sunday, July 3, according to his obituary.
July 8, 2022 Sgt. Bryan Micheal Faison, 36, of the U.S. Army, a lifelong Beacon, NY, resident, died suddenly on June 17 in the country of Brunei while serving on active duty. He was born in Poughkeepsie on Jan. 19, 1986, son of Sandra (South) Faison and Micheal Faison. Bryan was a graduate of Beacon High School (class of 2004) and earned a degree in applied sciences at Hudson Valley Community College.
Bryan enlisted in the Army on March 24, 2014, and proudly served up until his passing. For his service, the Army awarded him with the Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters (ARCOMM with 2-OLC), Army Achievement Medal (AAM) and the Army Good Conduct Medal with two knots (AGCM 2nd award).
Aside from serving his country, Bryan had a passion for photography. He loved football and was an avid San Francisco 49ers fan. He also enjoyed hiking and baseball, and loved being at the beach with his wife and children.
Navy sailor found dead aboard USS Carl Vinson, officials confirm
July 10, 2022 SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – Naval personnel say a sailor assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson was found unresponsive onboard Sunday.
The carrier (CNV 70) was pier side at Naval Air Station North Island, which is located at the north end of the Coronado peninsula on San Diego Bay in San Diego. The sailor was pronounced dead on the scene.
The sailor’s cause of death is still under investigation, but officials say they do not suspect foul play or suicide at this time.
Officials say they will not be releasing the identity of the sailor until 24 hours after the family has been notified.
ALABAMA STATE SOPHOMORE LINEBACKER AWYSUM HARRIS FOUND DEAD IN DORM ROOM
July 3, 2022 Alabama State University Athletics announced that a sophomore linebacker, Awysum Harris, has passed away [at 21]. The school took to Twitter to inform people of the athlete who hailed from Decatur, Alabama.
The athletic director of Alabama State University released a statement:
“The Athletic Department mourns the loss of one of its talented student- athletes, and our deepest sympathy is extended to his family,” said Dr. Jason Cable.
The AD, head coach Eddie Robinson and the school’s president Quinton T. Ross, Jr. discussed the death of Harris with the Hornets football team Sunday evening.
Ross left a message on his Fake-Fact-Checker Facebook page revealing that Harris apparently died of natural causes.
Harlem student-athlete, 17, dies after sudden medical diagnosis
July 7, 2022 Loves Park, Ill. — 17-year-old Harlem senior Abbi MacGregor died Wednesday after a sudden medical diagnosis. MacGregor was a three-sport athlete involved in cross country, basketball, and track and field. The news of her passing was confirmed by Harlem’s athletic director.
According to a GoFundMe set up in her honor, MacGregor had been complaining of blurry vision and some dizziness. An MRI on June 28th revealed a large mass in her brain, which required an immediate hospital visit. She was admitted for surgery on Friday and complications arose.
The Harlem High School community has rallied behind her family. The girls’ basketball team tweeted to her sister, a former Huskie, saying “You were our captain and leader for many years. We are here for you as you grieve the loss of your beloved sister. We love you and we got you.”
Kansas college football player dies in ‘devastating’ cliff diving accident: ‘People were just drawn to him’
July 7, 2022 A Kansas college is mourning the loss of one of their own after a cliff diving accident left a freshman football player dead.
Brexten Green, 20, died Saturday at the Dripping Springs area of Oklahoma’s Grand Lake, about 182 miles northeast of Oklahoma City, after jumping off the cliffs there, according to Emporia State University.
The death of the Cashion, Okla., native is “a devastating loss for the Green family,” said Emporia State football coach Garin Higgins.
According to the obituary, Green spent Saturday “doing one of the many things he loved — enjoying friends.
“He was at Grand Lake and decided to go jump off the cliffs — in true Brexten fashion he was living to the fullest,” continued the obit. “Tragically after going under the water, he never resurfaced.”
SRU women’s basketball coach Bobby McGraw dies unexpectedly
July 10, 2022 SLIPPERY ROCK [PA] — Slippery Rock University president William J. Behre released a statement announcing that SRU women’s basketball coach Bobby McGraw died unexpectedly Sunday.
A 1990 Mars Area High School graduate, McGraw was head coach of the SRU women’s basketball program for eight years. His 77 career wins rank fourth in program history. He was also an assistant coach at La Roche University for two years and served as a varsity assistant basketball coach briefly at Karns City and Freeport high schools.
Slippery Rock University encouraged “vaccination”:
August 3, 2021 SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. — Slippery Rock University is hosting free, voluntary COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all SRU students, faculty and staff, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Aug. 19 and 22, at the Mass Testing Center in the University Union, 103 Central Loop.
SRU has partnered with Giant Eagle Pharmacy to provide the vaccines and participants will have the choice of shots produced by one of the three major pharmaceutical companies, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson or Moderna.
People do not have to register in advance and staff will be available to help them complete the necessary paperwork and schedule a second shot if they are not receiving the J&J single-shot vaccine. Those needing a second shot of the vaccines will be able to receive it at a third clinic at SRU, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sept. 17, or at the Giant Eagle Pharmacy in Slippery Rock.
McKendree Athletics Mourns the Sudden Passing of Former Assistant Volleyball Coach Christian Staple
July 8, 2022 LISLE, Ill. – Former McKendree University men’s and women’s volleyball assistant coach Christian Staple passed away suddenly Thursday due to complications from a stroke suffered on Tuesday, July 6. Staples was 31 years old at the time of his death.
“I am very saddened to hear about the sudden passing of Christian. He was a up-and-coming head coach in men’s volleyball and was an amazing human being and one of my best friends,” McKendree head volleyball coach Nickie Sanlin said. “He was the most loyal person you’ve ever met, who only saw the best in everyone. There are no words that can describe what he meant to me. Our prayers and thoughts go out to Christian’s family and the Benedictine Athletics Department at this time.”
We continue to strongly encourage our campus community to get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. The Mild Omicron variant of COVID-19 has increased positivity rates in our region, and we are aware that our ability to return to a near-normal spring semester is dependent on the majority of our community members being vaccinated. In accordance with Illinois Gov. Pritzker’s Executive Order 2021-20 issued on Aug. 26, 2021, all Illinois higher education personnel and students on campus must receive the COVID-19 vaccine or test weekly. Individuals that work or take classes exclusively remotely are exempt from this vaccination mandate.
Former Vanderbilt football player Jimmy Williams dies at 43
July 8, 2022 Jimmy Williams, one of the greatest Vanderbilt football players in history and an All-SEC cornerback, died Friday. He was 43.
Williams had recently suffered from an illness, according to The Advocate in Baton Rouge. Additional details weren’t immediately available. Vanderbilt declined to provide cause of death, citing the family’s wishes.
DANVILLE — Colton Wright loved cars and a car show will be at the Village Mall this weekend in his memory.
The first Colton Wright Memorial Car Show will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with awards at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, July 9 at the Danville Village Mall, 2917 N. Vermilion St., parking lot near the former Sears and Carson’s.
Registration is from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. The fee is $10 to enter a car, truck, motorcycle or golf cart. Dash plaques will be given to the first 50 entries.
There will be four food trucks, raffle drawings, a 50-50 raffle, and hats, t-shirts and bracelets will be available. Music will be provided by Mike’s Karaoke.
The event is sponsored by the Village Mall and Colton’s family and friends.
Colton, 24, formerly of Covington, Ind. died unexpectedly on Dec. 9, 2021, in Sarasota, Fla.
Rochester comic shop owner dies after sudden illness
July 5, 2022 Rochester, MN — A well-known Rochester businessman and store owner passed away on Monday night, after suddenly falling ill less than three weeks ago. Craig Cotten was a familiar and popular figure in the Rochester retail scene for decades, working first at Face The Music and then at The Book Review. He became the owner of the Book Review, a comic, gaming and sports card shop in Rochester’s Hillcrest Shopping Center, in 2008.
Kelly Moore, Cotten’s sister, announced his death on Fake-Fact-Checker Facebook on Tuesday. “It is with a heavy heart that I let you know Craig passed away on Monday night. We will be having a Celebration of Life sometime in the next few weeks. I will post the details once they are set,” she wrote.
Cotten fell ill on June 23, when what he believed was just a cold turned into something more serious. Doctors at Mayo Clinic’s Saint Marys Hospital told him that his organs were shutting down due to septic shock, according to his family. He was diagnosed with kidney stones and pneumonia as well as a very aggressive acute leukemia. Cotten’s Book Review store, which he staffed by himself, is closed.
Community icon, photographer Frank Caperton, 59, dies
July 8, 2022 Murfreesboro, TN – Frank Caperton, known throughout Rutherford County as a Christian, historian, photographer, computer technician, entrepreneur and Rotarian, died suddenly at his Murfreesboro home last Wednesday morning. He was 59. He is survived by his wife, Lora, three daughters and grandchildren.
Caperton’s friends remembered him as both serving the community and supporting his family with his computer expertise and with his photographs, including the weekly Post of the Town photo page in the Murfreesboro Post. He received a business degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 1987. Caperton was the treasurer of the historic Sam Davis Home board, a former president of the Rutherford County Historical Society, and an active member of the Murfreesboro Rotary Club.
Shine King founder James Cole, whose shoeshine clients included the famous, dead at 78
July 11, 2022
To James Cole, shining shoes was more than a living.
For nearly 60 years, Mr. Cole, the founder of Shine King, hired hundreds of people, giving first jobs to many and offering opportunities to at-risk kids and former inmates.
His customers included an up-and-coming politician named Barack Obama, Mayors Harold Washington and Lori Lightfoot, bluesman Little Milton and R&B singer Johnnie Taylor.
His business was successful enough to allow him to expand into real estate, roofing and tailoring.
Shine King — which sometimes was called Shoe Shine King — wasn’t just where people went to look sharp or get their shoes repaied. Mr. Cole’s shops also were places to network, shoot the breeze with friends and have a laugh.
Mr. Cole, 78, died Monday at West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park after taking ill during the night, according to his son Vernon, who helps operate the Shine King at 338 N. Central Ave.
“He was rushed to the hospital, but they weren’t able to bring him back,” Vernon Cole said.
Suburban Philly Native Dies Suddenly In Dominican Republic
July 8, 2022 Brianna Tiffany London, of Rincon, Puerto Rico, and formerly of North Wales, PA, died suddenly on May 13 in the Dominican Republic. She was 29 years old. London had her own clothing and fashion line, her obituary said.
She was remembered for her “love of life, vibrant energy, and disarming humor,” among other qualities. London is survived by her husband Tom Wegs, mom Naomi London, sister Brooke Ashley London, grandparents, Barbara Gugliotta Leute and George Leute, and great-grandmother Eileen A. Leute.
July 7, 2022 Benjamin Roger Prince, age 10, of Hudson, WI, died suddenly and tragically while on vacation with his family on July 3rd, 2022. He was a student at Willow River Elementary School and worshipped at Faith Community Church with his family.
Ben was a funny, intelligent, creative boy who loved a good laugh and brought to joy everyone around him. He loved to make funny videos that featured his brothers and used reams of paper over the years to draw funny scenes or make-believe animals. Ben could often be seen with a smirk on his face which meant that he was thinking about something he thought was very funny.
No cause of death reported.
Carlos Melgar Of Manassas Dies Suddenly, 22
July 11, 2022 Manassas resident Carlos Melgar died unexpectedly on Saturday, July 9.
The 22-year-old leaves behind his 4-year-old son, Jordan, and many heartbroken family members.
Piscataqcommunity mourns death of former PCHS athletic director Joe Gallant
July 8, 2022 He was a beloved institution at Piscataquis Community High School in Guilford, ME. Joe Gallant used to coach track and girls soccer at PCHS and was a physical education-health teacher before becoming the athletic director. But he had just resigned to open a driving school. Gallant died unexpectedly in his sleep on Thursday. He was 57.
He attended schools in Bangor and earned a degree from the University of Maine in 1987. He began teaching physical education in SAD 4 in the Guilford area in 1986 after first teaching in Steuben. He had been the athletic director at PCHS the past six years.
In addition to coaching, teaching and his administrative stints, Bangor native Gallant had also been a basketball referee for over 25 years. He was also a member of the Maine Principals’ Association’s tennis committee. News of his passing stunned the entire eastern Maine community.
Massachusetts Police Department announces sudden and unexpected passing of active-duty officer
July 10, 2022
The Malden Police Department has announced the unexpected death of 33-year-old Malden Police Officer Shawn J. Dillon.
Dillion reportedly died on Friday July 8th at his home.
A cause of death was not released.
‘Heaven just received another shining light’: Louisiana deputy remembered after sudden death
July 7, 2022 Greensburg, La. — The St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of one of their own. Lieutenant Jerome Hookfin died at a local hospital after a brief bout with a sickness. The news came about his passing just two days after Hookfin called in sick. Chief of Detectives Laurie Sibley spoke with the deputy on Tuesday and prayers were sent out for a short hospital stay. Alas, it was not meant to be and Dispatcher Brumfield shared the sad news with Sheriff Nathaniel “Nat” Williams. Hookfin served with the St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Office for almost 25 years.
Neb. Deputy Dies Unexpectedly after Medical Issue During Call
July 8, 2022 A Nebraska sheriff’s deputy died suddenly last month after suffering a medical emergency during a call. Saunders County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Hermanson started to feel sick after arresting a stolen car suspect, KETV-TV reports. He was taken to the hospital, where he suffered a cardiac emergency and died.
“He will be greatly missed by all of our employees. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends,” the sheriff’s office stated in a social media post. Hermanson, 45, began serving part-time with the agency in 2001 and was elevated to full-time status in 2007. He eventually served as a K-9 handler. He is survived by his wife and two sons.
Bloomington firefighter gives gift of life through tissue donation
July 8, 2022 Bloomington, Ind. — The Bloomington community, family, friends, and fellow first responders are honoring a Hoosier hero who will continue to serve others even after his passing. On Friday, Bloomington firefighter Robert Loviscek, a registered donor, donated his tissue at Indiana Donor Network. The Indiana Donor Network said his decision to be a tissue donor will help heal or save up to 75 people.
Loviscek, 53, died unexpectedly on July 5 after suffering a medical emergency while visiting his family’s lake house. According to his family, Loviscek served his country for more than a decade in the United States Marine Corps before his discharge. After that, he went on to serve on the Speedway Fire Department for five years, before spending the last 20 years with the Bloomington Fire Department. “Rob served his community with pride and honor,” read his obituary.
July 5, 2022 Clinton, NY – In an email to the Hamilton [College] community on July 5, President David Wippman announced the passing of Facilities Management Carpenter Michael Wratten.
Dear Members of the Hamilton Community, I am writing to share the sad news that Michael Wratten, who joined our community as a carpenter in 2013, died suddenly on Sunday. Mike came to Hamilton after working for local contractors and Utica National and applied his multidimensional skill set to many projects and repairs around campus. He was a talented jack-of-all-trades who was creative, meticulous, and took great pride in his work. Recently, he contributed to building the oversized H and K, which were centerpieces for last month’s reunions.
Jesse Boyden, former Rutgers wrestler and NJ state champion, dies at 33
July 7, 2022 Former Rutgers University [NJ] wrestling standout Jesse Boyden has died, according to the Rutgers University wrestling program in a tweet. The cause of death was not revealed. Boyden, 33, was a state champion at Brearley High School in Kenilworth. As a senior in 2008, he captured the 215-pound NJSIAA title and finished his career with a Union County-record 149 victories.
Will Friend, Transformative CEO Of Bisnow, Passes Away At 33
July 6, 2022 Will Friend, who led Bisnow Media to global status in the commercial real estate industry and became one of its most influential leaders, died unexpectedly Sunday near his home in Wilmington, North Carolina. He was 33.
Friend was the CEO of the company for the last seven years, overseeing its growth to include 650 annual digital and live events in 50 international territories, 11 million news readers and more than 250 employees across the U.S., Canada, the UK and Ireland. During his tenure, Friend transformed the company from a local events business into a multichannel data, events, news and intelligence platform for the multitrillion-dollar commercial real estate market.
Greenon Elementary School principal dies unexpectedly
July 7, 2022 Dayton, Ohio – Greenon Local School District’s elementary principal died unexpectedly Tuesday night. Jake Fitzgerald became the new Greenon Elementary principal last fall when the new school building opened.
“Although Mr. Fitzgerald had only been with our district for one year, he had made a deep impact on our schools, staff, students, and families, and built great relationships with so many people during his time here,” said Greenon Superintendent Darrin Knapke. “He will be missed for so many reasons, but especially for the kind and joyful way he interacted with everyone from the kids to the families to the staff.” There is no additional information at this time and the district asks for privacy for the Fitzgerald family.
An Escondido teacher dies suddenly during her family vacation in Mexico
July 7, 2022 Alejandra Silva, a bilingual education teacher from Escondido, CA, died suddenly during her family vacation in Mexico. The family has lived a nightmare, not only because of her sudden loss, but because of the odyssey to be able to repatriate her remains to San Diego.
It was during her stay on a beach in Mexico that the teacher began to feel bad and days later she died, due to what is believed to have been natural causes. The family of Gyovanny and Alejandra Silva were looking to spend a quiet vacation in Puerto Vallarta, but they did not imagine what would happen.
This is how Gyovanny Silva recounted how his wife began to feel bad, “The first day she had a headache, body aches and colds, her fingers were numb… If we thought it was COVID because they were symptoms that we had noted down in the past caught in the past,” he said. Silva said that he told his wife to take her to the hospital, but she felt better and decided to continue the vacation with a little rest, but on the third day it was worse.
“When she told me, you know, take me to the hospital, it was very late because later, when she told us to go to the hospital, it took less than 20 minutes when she died, the bad thing is that mine were in the same room as us, they were able to see everything,” Silva added. The hotel doctor tried to revive her with chest pressures, the paramedics arrived, but it was too late.
“I never thought that something was going to happen, so I had a lot of problems moving the body from Puerto Vallarta to Tijuana, where her family is,” Silva finally added.
Former Chief Dep. Attorney General Kris Hansen dies at 52
July 9, 2022 Kris Hansen, who recently departed the No. 2 post at Montana Attorney General’s Office, died Thursday morning at age 52. “Kris was a dear friend, a conservative leader, and an amazing woman who dedicated her life to others,” Attorney General Austin Knudsen said in an emailed statement Friday. “It was an honor to have Kris on our team and we deeply miss her presence.”
Hansen was named Knudsen’s Chief Deputy of the Montana Department of Justice in December 2020 before Knudsen took office the following month. In late May, Hansen confirmed she was departing the office, but declined to elaborate on why. The Attorney General’s Office said at the time she was leaving to “attend to personal and family matters.”
A spokesperson for Knudsen on Friday declined to offer further information on the cause or location of death, as well as any information on pending funeral arrangements.
Former Edmonson County Judge Executive N.E. Reed Passes Away
July 7, 2022 Longtime former Judge Executive of Edmonson County, KY, N.E. Reed died unexpectedly at his home on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, according to family. He was 75 years old. Reed was elected Judge Executive in 1992 and served in that role for 5 consecutive terms. He was sworn to office in January of 1993 and served through 2014. During his time as JE, he was known for being an advocate for the county in a number of ways, much was in Frankfort, where he lobbied for state and other funding to pump back into Edmonson County.
Diver who died in the water near San Carlos Beach identified
June 30, 2022 The man who died while diving off of San Carlos Beach has been identified. The diver was Andy Nieto, 33, from Morgan Hill, the Monterey County Coroner’s Office reported. According to the Monterey Fire Department, Nieto went missing off of San Carlos Beach in Monterey around 12 pm on Wednesday. He was pulled out of the water around 3 pmCoast Guard, Monterey police, and state parks all took part in the search.
Ronald Kayser, 64
July 8, 2022 Ronald ‘Ron’ Kayser, 64, of Le Mars, IA, died unexpectedly on Monday, July 4, 2022, at his home in Le Mars. Following high school, Ron began working various jobs until going to work for the City of Le Mars with the Wastewater Department. He was with the City of Le Mars for 38 years. He spent the last 19 years serving as the superintendent of wastewater treatment facilities and collection system until his retirement on Dec. 31, 2021. Ron was a member of All Saints Catholic Parish in Le Mars. He enjoyed rooting on the Kansas City Chiefs and the Iowa State Cyclones football teams. He had a passion for Ford vehicles, especially Mustangs.
July 5, 2022 Waukon, IA – Lucas Ray Schloesser, 16-month-old son of Tiffany Colsch and Casey Schloesser, died Friday, July 1, 2022 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, MN. Lucas Ray Schloesser was born March 1, 2021 at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse, WI. He was baptized in both the Catholic and Lutheran churches. He was the happiest, most beaming little boy who never had a crabby morning and was full of hugs. Lucas loved his big brother, who taught him how to “wrestle”, and loved his fuzzy blanket.
July 8, 2022 Thomas E. “Tommy” Johnson, Jr., 61, of Valdosta, GA, died suddenly on Thursday, July 7, 2022, at South Georgia Medical Center. Growing up in Valdosta, Tommy graduated from Valdosta High School in 1979. He worked briefly at First State Bank before going to Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service on his way to becoming a funeral director. He began work at Carson McLane Funeral Home in 1988. He soon met the former Teresa Wells and they were married on May 5, 1990 at Northside Baptist Church. Tommy served and ministered to numerous families and generations of families in his 34-year career in funeral service.
July 8, 2022 Emma L. Ashley, age 66, of Brookville, Indiana, died suddenly Thursday, July 7, 2022 in the Emergency Department at McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital in Oxford, Ohio. She was retired having worked at the former D & M in Connersville as well as Deufol in Sunman, Indiana. In her leisure time she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, cooking, sewing & crafting.
July 8, 2022 Salem, Ohio – Corey Alexander McDonald, 32, died unexpectedly of an undiagnosed heart ailment on Sunday, May 29, 2022 but was able to extend the life of others through organ donation. He was a successful physicist, having worked for the government at National Institute of Standards and Technology and later at the University of Commie California Santa Barbara quantum physics department. His educational background was extensive with degrees from Miami University of Ohio and his Ph.D. from Colorado University. He also studied at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and had research published in Scientific American Magazine.
He loved to travel, especially camping and backpacking.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his loving fiancé, Nicole Marino whom he was to marry October 15; his idolized sister, Hannah (Andy) Thrush and his much loved niece and nephew, Kathryn and Samuel Thrush; his grandmothers, Carol McDonald and Betty Zepernick as well as several aunts and uncles.
July 7, 2022 Oak Creek, WI – Daniel Richard Repinski … died unexpectedly on June 29, 2022. Dan grew up in Cudahy and graduated from Cudahy High School in 1978. During his school years he loved riding motocross bikes. He learned how to take them apart and put them back together. This developed his skill of repairing motorcycles, cars, truck, tractors, and anything else mechanical.
July 7, 2022 RoseMary K. Hudson, age 57, of Monroe, WI, died unexpectedly on Monday, July 4, 2022 at her home. She graduated from Big Foot High School and worked in management at various restaurants. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Monroe. RoseMary like to collect unicorns, dolphins, was a Chicago Bears fan, and enjoyed going to the casino. She adored her grandchildren and loved spending time with her family.
July 8, 2022 Charles William Jennings, USCG LCDR (Ret.). Beloved son, husband, father. Born August 20, 1952, Queens, NY; died unexpectedly July 3, 2022, Portland, ME. We will forever miss his generous nature and ebullient laugh.
July 7, 2022 Shay Alan Dixon, 30, Brooklyn, N.Y., formerly of Winona Lake, died unexpectedly July 4, 2022, in his residence. Shay was a 2010 graduate of Warsaw Community High School where he was heavily involved in theater and art. While in high school, Shay won many theater awards for acting and art key club awards. After graduation, Shay attended Oklahoma City University, Okla. where he studied dance performance. Shay was part of the Lambda Chi Alpha Theta Delta Chapter at OCU. In 2014, Shay moved to New York City where he continued to reside until his death.
July 6, 2022 Terry Lynch Shirey died suddenly at her home in Augusta, Georgia, on June 8, 2022, at the age of 63. Terry was passionate about her work, initially at Hitchcock Therapy Center in Aiken, South Carolina, and for the last 18 years, at InHome Pediatric Therapy in Evans, Georgia. She was much loved by the many children and families she served.
Terry was kind and generous, and she was always the first to reach out to a colleague, friend, or neighbor in need. She was devoted to her dog, Domino, and through their walks, Terry became friendly with many neighbors. She loved to cook and could regularly be found on her front porch, grilling. She was a thoughtful and caring friend.
July 5, 2022 Tamara S. McQuillan, age 35, of Uhrichsville, Ohio, died in her home suddenly on Sunday afternoon, July 3, 2022. Tamara was currently employed as a phlebotomist at the Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital in Dover and was a former employee of Lifeshare Community Blood Services in Canton. Tamara habitually brought humor and laughter into the lives of her family with her penchant for playing practical jokes. Her smile and her laughter were contagious. Her children were the center of her universe. She was a bright and caring daughter, sister, aunt, and granddaughter who will be missed by her family and friends.
July 9, 2022 Dayton, Ohio – Charles David Hall was born September 28, 1960, and died suddenly and unexpectedly on June 27, 2022. He is survived by his mother, Jolura Hall, his sister, Lynda Hall (and friend, Jim Schnell), his brother, Douglas Hall (and wife, Lisa Rostad), his nieces, Hope Boyd and Paige Hall (and fiancé Michael Roberson), his nephew, Jeremy Boyd, his aunts, Maria Beimly and Janet Myers, and numerous cousins. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests making a donation to The Castle, Centerville, Ohio.
July 10, 2022 Martin Christopher Rojas, 29. Born October 20, 1992 in Minneapolis, MN. Died suddenly June 24, 2022 in Atlanta. He is survived by his mother, Anne Rojas; father, Patricio Rojas (Aurora); sister, Monica Rojas (Nicole); niece, KiraLou; nephew, Dilan; and many other family and friends. Martin was a loving and intense son, brother, and friend. He will be remembered for his quick wit, love of movies, and boundless curiosity.
July 10, 2022 Mcfarland/Blanchardville, WI – Eberhard Karl Wolfgang Schubert, age 71, died unexpectedly at SSM St. Mary’s ER on June 30, 2022. Born June 13, 1951, in Esperke, West Germany, Eb married his American wife Jan on October 2, 1971, and lived in West Berlin for three years before Eb immigrated to the US in 1974. He became a naturalized citizen in 1987. After obtaining his G.E.D., he graduated from the University of Michigan, then completed a Masters Degree from the University of Illinois. Eb worked for several years as an administrator for the University of Wisconsin, Madison and finished his career as Director of Space Management at the University of N. Carolina, Greensboro before retiring to his Wisconsin farm in 2010.
July 5, 2022 Rochester, NY – Walton Amey — a multi-talented musician and athlete, and a 1971 Staples High School graduate — died suddenly on Sunday. He was 69. His longtime friend, Grammy-winning musician and producer Brian Keane, writes:
Some friends in life are so close, for so long, that they become part of your own history. Walton Amey is such a friend for me. He was a top athlete, captain of the Coleytown Junior High football team where we played together, a talented singer in the elite Staples Orphenians (we sang together in a church choir too). We made mischief together, partied together, played in the same rock ‘n’ roll band, and served on community projects together. Walton was also a theatrical star in Staples Players….
We gathered once again this year. We played games on the beach, watched fireworks, had great dinners, drank, played guitars and sang songs we had written, songs of our youth, and all kinds of fun songs in between. Some time after we went to bed at 1 a.m., Walton got back up. We don’t know what happened, but he was discovered at the bottom of the stairs at 2:15. EMS arrived 10 strong right away, and worked on him from 2:30, even getting a pulse back. But he lost that pulse on the way to the hospital.…
The night before, we watched a spectacular sunset from the deck of the beach house. I had remarked how lucky we were to be alive to witness this. Walt agreed, and expressed his gratitude too….
When we got confirmation that Walton had died, we knew we had lost an important part of our own lives. Our life histories had been so intertwined. We spent the rest of the day in a combination of shock, grief, and “producer mode” dealing with things….
July 12, 2022 Family and friends as many of you guys knew we were expecting a second child. Unfortunately, baby Gael Gonzalez has passed away on July 9, 2022. This has been so unexpected and we are asking for your help to hold funeral/memorial services. Any amount would be very helpful and appreciated. Thank you!