Homemaking – The Bible Post http://thebiblepost.com/ Sat, 03 Jul 2021 06:00:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.2 https://thebiblepost.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/favicon.jpg Homemaking – The Bible Post http://thebiblepost.com/ 32 32 Patricia Gardiner | Obituaries | news-gazette.com https://thebiblepost.com/patricia-gardiner-obituaries-news-gazette-com/ Sat, 03 Jul 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/patricia-gardiner-obituaries-news-gazette-com/ TILTON – Patricia Ann Gardiner, 70, of Tilton passed away Monday (June 28, 2021) with her family next to her. Patty was born on April 25, 1951, and was adopted by Doan and Pearl Wann, who were later raised by Charles and Pearl Neverdousky. Patty attended Westville High School and is a licensed cosmetologist. She […]]]>


TILTON – Patricia Ann Gardiner, 70, of Tilton passed away Monday (June 28, 2021) with her family next to her.

Patty was born on April 25, 1951, and was adopted by Doan and Pearl Wann, who were later raised by Charles and Pearl Neverdousky. Patty attended Westville High School and is a licensed cosmetologist. She married John W. Gardiner on July 4, 1977, in Veedersburg, Ind. Patty was a homemaker, worked for Target and eventually retired from Autozone Warehouse.

Patty has many interests, which include a love of music; he played the accordion, piano and organ. He has also won numerous awards for his vocal talents. She loves to cook – especially on the grill. Her family and friends will come out about her rib and how she can open her own business. He enjoyed the outdoors, working in his garden and riding around Tilton in his golf cart. Patty is a Chicago Cubs fan and really enjoyed life with her family and friends.

Patty will miss her family and survive through her husband, Bill Gardiner; son, Jimmy (Billie Jo) Bryant; daughter, Shelly (Neil) Norton; grandchildren, Branden Bryant and Dayten Bryant; granddaughter, Isabella Norton; great -grandchildren, Landen Bryant, Elania and one who is on its way; brother, Clyde (Sharlyn) Evans; brother -in -law, Mick Reffett; and many beloved nieces, nephews and many cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents, Harry and Martha Reynolds; mother and father -in -law, Bob and June Gardiner; sister -in -law, Linda Reffett; aunt, Mary Linne; honorary sister, Donna (Corky) Pelszynski; and very special friends, Dick and Linda Slazas.

Patty will be cremated at Watson Cremation & Funeral Service, Danville, and at her request, no services. A small gathering was held as a celebration of his life at a later date.

There is a memorial page dedicated to him watsoncremationservices.com. We welcome visitors to stop by to see and share all of our memories.



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Debra Downs Hooks | The Winona Times https://thebiblepost.com/debra-downs-hooks-the-winona-times/ Thu, 01 Jul 2021 22:06:51 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/debra-downs-hooks-the-winona-times/ Debra Downs Hooks, of Elliott, 56, passed away at her home on Saturday, June 26, 2021. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 29 at Oliver Funeral Home Chapel, with funeral at Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery in Carroll County. The Rev. Duane Jensen will oversee the service. The visit will be […]]]>


Debra Downs Hooks, of Elliott, 56, passed away at her home on Saturday, June 26, 2021.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 29 at Oliver Funeral Home Chapel, with funeral at Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery in Carroll County. The Rev. Duane Jensen will oversee the service. The visit will be on Tuesday, June 29 from noon until service time at Oliver Funeral Home.

He was born September 12, 1964 to John and Linda James Downs in Raleigh County, West Virginia. He is a homemaker and dedicated to his family. She loves decorating and taking care of her garden and flowers. He was a member of Poplar Springs Baptist Church in Carroll County.

Mrs. Hooks is survived by her husband, Alan Hooks of Elliott; two sons, Jeffery Hooks (Haley Hays) of Dowagiac, Mich., and Jamie Hooks (Rhiannon) of Guntown; parents, John and Linda James Downs of Grenada; brother, Petey Downs III (Betty Sue) of Lafayette, Tenn.; sister, Ramona Morgan Hall (Marvin) of Charleston; two grandchildren, Jackson and Jordan Hooks; and many nephews.

The Pallbearers were Jamie Hooks, Jeffery Hooks, Will Downs, Jimmy Tullos Jr., Trey Hall, and Ethan Tullos. The honorary pallbearers were Arnold James, Harmon Downs, Jackson Hooks, and Jordan Hooks.



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Honey D. Badger: 1944-2021 | Nisqually Valley News https://thebiblepost.com/honey-d-badger-1944-2021-nisqually-valley-news/ Tue, 29 Jun 2021 23:58:00 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/honey-d-badger-1944-2021-nisqually-valley-news/ Honey D. Badger died peacefully Friday, June 4, 2021, at the Rainier home, Wash Honey was born Christmas day on December 25, 1944, in Shelton, Wash., To Charles and Zuella (Sue) Payne. His father, Charlie, returned to the states from deployment because the Nautilus submarine had to be paid for in New Hampshire for an […]]]>


Honey D. Badger died peacefully Friday, June 4, 2021, at the Rainier home, Wash

Honey was born Christmas day on December 25, 1944, in Shelton, Wash., To Charles and Zuella (Sue) Payne. His father, Charlie, returned to the states from deployment because the Nautilus submarine had to be paid for in New Hampshire for an examination. While there, Honey met Glenn C. Badger Sr. and the two eventually married.

They went on to have four children: Glenn Jr., David, Laura and Alesha. Glenn and Honey have been married 59 years and always looking forward to each other. Honey is a friend to everyone. As a housemaid she raised four children, worked in care, is a 4-H scout leader, raises and sells Westies, maintains a beautiful garden, manages his farm (goats, cows, chickens, etc.) and has always enjoyed volunteering with our local food bank.

She loves big hugs and always gets a kick out of a good prank! He was definitely missed.

Honey was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Zuella Payne and sister, Ruthie. He survived by his wife Glenn Badger Sr. four children, Glenn Jr. (Linda) Badger, David (Jana) Badger, Laura Badger and Alesha (Ed) Hoover; two siblings Lois Ihlen and Charlie Six; 11 grandchildren and many great -grandchildren.

There was a celebration of life for Honey at her home in Badger Farms, 12831 Hubbard St. SE in Rainier, Wash., On Saturday, July 10, 2021, at 3 p.m.

All who wish to share in his memory are welcome.



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Facebook Facebook logo Sign up for Facebook to connect with Gloria Mae McCord The Gazette https://thebiblepost.com/facebook-facebook-logo-sign-up-for-facebook-to-connect-with-gloria-mae-mccord-the-gazette/ Mon, 28 Jun 2021 03:16:23 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/facebook-facebook-logo-sign-up-for-facebook-to-connect-with-gloria-mae-mccord-the-gazette/ GLORIA MAE MCCORD Marion Gloria Mae McCord, passed away Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at age 95. A private family funeral service was held on Friday, June 25, 2021, at Riverside Cemetery in Anamosa, Iowa. Gloria was born on April 27, 1926, in Anamosa, Iowa, the daughter of Charles Grover Arthur and Sofia Elizabeth (Anderson) Arthur. […]]]>


GLORIA MAE MCCORD

Marion

Gloria Mae McCord,

passed away Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at age 95. A private family funeral service was held on Friday, June 25, 2021, at Riverside Cemetery in Anamosa, Iowa.

Gloria was born on April 27, 1926, in Anamosa, Iowa, the daughter of Charles Grover Arthur and Sofia Elizabeth (Anderson) Arthur. He was born into a large family with 13 brothers and sisters of which he was the last remaining member. Her sisters are Clara, Mildred, Ann, Pauline, Bertha and an unnamed baby sister. Gloria’s siblings were Harlan, Lester, Clifford, Charles, Gene, Max and infant brother Thomas Leroy who was born in July of 1910 and died in August of 1910.

He and his wife, Waylon McCord, have raised five children. Gloria is a busy housewife who loves to sew, decorate her home, and they get together bowling, dancing, playing cards and attending Iowa Football games. She was on the end of a determined and enthusiastic woman. Gloria is a woman of faith who trusts the Lord to guide her life. He had a ritual with tea and cookies where no one was toying. Gloria will deeply miss her family. She is focused on her children and grandchildren and is always interested in their activities and lives. He has lived the last seven years with his daughter and granddaughter, Sharon and Joanna Schanbacher, of Cedar Rapids.

He is survived by his daughter, Sharon Schanbacher of Cedar Rapids; sons, John (Amy) McCord of Cedar Rapids and Douglas McCord of Winter Springs, Fla .; six grandchildren, Kimberly Stark, Matthew McCord, Bonnie Seely, Joanna Schanbacher, Todd Schanbacher and Leah Nobling; 12 great -grandchildren, Stephanie and Joshua Stark, Mikaela, Noah, Hana and Jonah Seely, Rose, Jacob and Zoe Schanbacher, and Preston, Braeden and Delaney Nobling; and many nephews.

Gloria was preceded by the death of her parents; wife, Waylon McCord Sr .; sons, Waylon “Sonny” McCord Jr. and Glen McCord; daughter -in -law, Linda McCord; son -in -law, William Schanbacher; and grandson, Jeffrey McCord.

Special thanks to Dr. Heidi Dahlem who has been Gloria’s doctor for the last seven years and to the staff at Hiawatha Care Center who have been caring for her for her last two weeks.

Cards can be mailed to Sharon’s home at 1719 Brookdale Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402.

Please share a memory of Gloria at www.murdochfuneralhome.com under Deaths.



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YARBROUGH COLUMN: Remembering the past while focusing on the future – LaGrange Daily News https://thebiblepost.com/yarbrough-column-remembering-the-past-while-focusing-on-the-future-lagrange-daily-news/ Sat, 26 Jun 2021 12:30:28 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/yarbrough-column-remembering-the-past-while-focusing-on-the-future-lagrange-daily-news/ Hbelieve it has been six months since I lost my soul, my anchor, my best friend. In some ways, it feels like it was yesterday. At other times, it seems like forever. Time can play tricks on your mind. For a year and a half, I watched his immeasurable decline physically and mentally. There are […]]]>


Hbelieve it has been six months since I lost my soul, my anchor, my best friend. In some ways, it feels like it was yesterday. At other times, it seems like forever. Time can play tricks on your mind.

For a year and a half, I watched his immeasurable decline physically and mentally. There are trips to the emergency room, the hospital stay, assisted living, memory care. It’s all in the midst of the pandemic curse, meaning I’m not there with him like I should be and the few times I have been, there’s an artificial barrier between us. It was like a cruel joke. The only thing that separated us in 62 years of togetherness was a piece of plexiglass!

Living with the loss of a loved one is a constant adjustment. You are sad. You regret things you said or did unnecessarily and unsolicited. But you can’t take them back and you beat yourself up for making unnecessary mountains from mole hills. Thank God, he always forgave me even though it was still hard to forgive myself.

Then you remember the good times. He will be the first to tell you that he has a good run. A change in midlife from mom and homemaker to a college graduate with a nursing degree and an rewarding career at Delta Air Lines. Trips to his beloved vacation home in St. Louis. Simons Island. Piano instruction. Haggling at the price of a bushel of beans at the Farmers Market. (She always won.) Conference presidents and first ladies. Her fake rage is referred to in this space as “The Woman Who Shares My Name.” (Secretly, he loves it.) His 5 pm “Wine Time,” a sacred daily ritual. Her pride in being a grandmother and great grandmother.

It’s all spinning in your head. Whole day. Everyday. Sadness a minute. A good memory later on. Height and chin.

And then there’s all the “first.” The first Christmas. The first birthday. The first anniversary. The first time back to church on our old pew. The first trip to St. Simons without him. (Probably the hardest of all.)

If you’re not careful, you’ll find yourself wrapped up in self-pity and making things uncomfortable for those around you who want to help but don’t know what to say or do. That’s where the perspective comes in.

At lunch shortly after his homecoming service, my grandson reminded me that while many people passed through my path, many did not have the strong support system that I do. Out of the mouths of grandchildren. Although this grandson is a teacher / coach with a Ph.D. This is a gamechanger.

I was supported by care and concern from my family and friends. I think about having to navigate the difficult journey without them. I’m not sure I can. There were phone calls, cards, emails, offers to run errands, to the grocery shop, to take me wherever I needed to go, to treat me to lunch. I don’t know what I did to deserve such kindness. I think it’s because I married a man who affects so many lives with his own innate kindness. I am the only beneficiary.

In our refrigerator is a magnet that says, “Opportunity is God’s way of staying anonymous.” This is one of his favorite sayings. We will laugh at how God does things in our lives that we would say are coincidental but we both know better. We call them “moments of God.”

While in St. Simons trying to wrestle with memories, I agreed to accompany my son -in -law to a small silver shop in the village while he was shopping for a bracelet.

Looking at the display case, I noticed a small sign that read, “To Life! I live. I am blessed.” Next to it is a bracelet with a Hebrew symbol representing “Chaia,” a word meaning “life.” One chance? I don’t think so and neither does he. It’s his way – and God’s – to tell me that he has blessed my life and now embraces every precious moment I have left in this world.

The sign sits on my laptop and the bracelet is on my wrist. It’s a daily reminder that life goes on and I need it too. That’s what he wants. I owe him that and more.



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Marriage licenses, dissolution, divorce from Holmes, Wayne counties https://thebiblepost.com/marriage-licenses-dissolution-divorce-from-holmes-wayne-counties/ Fri, 25 Jun 2021 22:06:58 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/marriage-licenses-dissolution-divorce-from-holmes-wayne-counties/ Marriage licenses Wayne County Dylan J. Brown, 19, 500 Gates St., Doylestown, Army, and Savannah L. Burr, 18, 1020 Pittsburgh Ave., Wooster, vet tech. Eric M. Thompson, 42, 549 Lehman St., Orrville, truck driver, and Brittany N. Kosinski, 38, 549 Lehman St., Orrville, social worker. Dayton E. Jones, 22, 214 Westwood Ave., Orrville, shipping, receiving, […]]]>


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Wayne County

Dylan J. Brown, 19, 500 Gates St., Doylestown, Army, and Savannah L. Burr, 18, 1020 Pittsburgh Ave., Wooster, vet tech.

Eric M. Thompson, 42, 549 Lehman St., Orrville, truck driver, and Brittany N. Kosinski, 38, 549 Lehman St., Orrville, social worker.

Dayton E. Jones, 22, 214 Westwood Ave., Orrville, shipping, receiving, inventory management, and Olivia L. Webber, 20, 214 Westwood Ave., Orrville, Army National Guard.

Jason M. Waseity, 47, 1418 Roslyn Ave. SW, Canton, shipping, and Marguerite A. Ring, 46, 3618 Mechanicsburg Road, Wooster, factory.

Robert W. Straub, 61, 3391 Seville Road, Seville, shipping / receiving, and Laura A. Lloyd, 58, 40 Cheyenne Drive, Rittman, factory sub assembler.

Chester A. Miller, 74, 160 W. Schultz, Dalton, retired, and Martha J. Weaver, 72, 271 Woodbury Circle, Dalton, has retired.

Ryan A. Morrison, 24, 57 Sheldon St., Rittman, laborer, and Jennifer D. Isaac, 24, 57 Sheldon St., Rittman, laborer.

Daniel J. Mitchell, 37, 818 S. Vine St., Orrville, supervisor, and Amy M. Fritz, 34, 402 Waterside Ave., Canal Fulton, teacher.

Eli R. Hosteler, 20, 9006 Saltcreek Road, Fredericksburg, construction, and Linda E. Hostetler, 20, 8855 Harrison Road, Apple Creek, homemaker.

Jeffery N. Beachy, 23, 8836 Township Road 564, Holmesville, roof, and Leah A. Stutzman, 24, 5810 S. Carr Road, Apple Creek, homemaker.

Colton C. Costanzo, 26, 145 Vineyard Way, Doylestown, union laborer, and Emily E. Badock, 26, 145 Vineyard Way, Doylestown, teacher.

Todd D. Small, 58, 3210 W. Old Lincoln Way, Wooster, ODOT, and Patricia V. Troyer, 56, 3210 W. Old Lincoln Way, Wooster, mental health counselor.

Lance C. Strother, 38, 4981 Angling Road Ext., Wooster, environmental specialist, and Hilary A. Eddington, 33, 4981 Angling Road Ext., Wooster, professor.

Isaiah D. Fetzer, 19, 523 N. Summit St., Smithville, handy person, and Samantha L. Everhart, 19, 523 N. Summit St., Smithville, N / A

Aaron L. Miller, 32, 742 N. Market St., Shreve, line worker, and Christine N. Alexander, 36, 742 N. Market St., Shreve, cook.

Brandon S. Wintrow, 27, 637 N. Portage St., Doylestown, driller, and Ellen M. Wood, 28, 637 N. Portage St., Doylestown, logistics analyst.

Cody R. Hutchison, 28, 341 Ruffler St., Rittman, processing tech, and Jessica A. Marek, 26, 341 Ruffler St., Rittman, cashier.

Michael S. Adkins, 22, 1612 Eastern Road, Rittman, diesel tech, and Kayla A. Way, 21, 7778 Bechtel Road, Wooster, sales.

Jacob C. Rohr, 36, 8780 Easton St., Louisville, Ohio, truck driver, and Megan M. Feltner, 32, 11088 Angling Road, Wooster, central scheduler.

Brandon T. Jones, 28, 13863 Hatfield Road, Rittman, mechanic, and Abby M. Richmond, 25, 15479 Oak Grove Drive, Doylestown, teacher.

Ernest J. Vizineau, 47, 7555 Shilling Road, West Salem, self -employed, and Kimberly Witucki, 48, 7555 Shilling Road, West Salem, self -employed.

Divorce

Nicole R. Rowe, 581 Church St., Doylestown, from Shannon S. Rowe, 430 Union St., Medina. They were married in 2005.

Orlando R. McKinley, 951 Concord Drive, Apt. A, Wooster, from Kenneth L. McKinley III, FCI Beckley – 66591-060 PO Box 350, Beaver, West Virgina. They were married in 2016.

Jacqueline L. Stark, 799 17th St. NW Unit 0813F, at Robert L. Stark, 9748 Mount Eaton Road, Marshallville. They were married in 1991.

Dissolution

Megan K. Hamrick, 10281 Smucker Road, Orrville, and Donald L. Hamrick Jr., 5277 Cleveland Road, Wooster. They were married in 2001.



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Facebook Facebook logo Sign up for Facebook to connect with Coletta Pfeifer Obituaries | norfolkdailynews.com https://thebiblepost.com/facebook-facebook-logo-sign-up-for-facebook-to-connect-with-coletta-pfeifer-obituaries-norfolkdailynews-com/ Thu, 24 Jun 2021 16:38:00 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/facebook-facebook-logo-sign-up-for-facebook-to-connect-with-coletta-pfeifer-obituaries-norfolkdailynews-com/ FREMONT – Services for Coletta T. Pfeifer, 96, Fremont, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 26, at St. Louis. Patrick Catholic Church in Fremont. Burial is in Calvary Cemetery in Fremont. The visit is 5-7 Friday night with a 7 pm rosary, all at Moser Memorial Chapel in Fremont. He died on Tuesday, June […]]]>


FREMONT – Services for Coletta T. Pfeifer, 96, Fremont, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 26, at St. Louis. Patrick Catholic Church in Fremont. Burial is in Calvary Cemetery in Fremont.

The visit is 5-7 Friday night with a 7 pm rosary, all at Moser Memorial Chapel in Fremont.

He died on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at Sumner Place in Lincoln.

Memories are proposed at St. Patrick Catholic Church or Archbishop Bergan Junior and Senior Tuition Fund.

1925-2021

Coletta Theresa (Heimann) Pfeifer was born on March 21, 1925, at home in St. Louis. Bernard to Henry and Elizabeth (Sueper) Heimann. He grew up in the St. Louis area. Bernard and married Harold P. Pfeifer on May 24, 1943, in Lindsay.

They came to Fremont in 1945. She was a homemaker and loved cooking, baking and embroidering towels for the family. She was a housemaid at St. Patrick Rectory and home, retire in 2009 after 31 years.

Coletta is a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church, St. Patrick Women at St. Joan of Arc. She also helped with school lunches and volunteered at Fremont Area Medical Center for 19 years.

Harold passed away on February 4, 1993.

Coletta is survived by daughters and a son -in -law, Shirley Allen and Christine (Dustin) Limmer of Fremont, Eileen McDermitt, Linda (Lonnie) Mulder and Mary Ann (Kurt) Oehlrich, all of Lincoln, Sue (Scott) Krueger of Prineville, Ore .; sons and daughter -in -law, Jim (Laurie) Pfeifer and Tom (Vicki) Pfeifer of Aurora, Bill (Judy) Pfeifer of Albuquerque, NM, Michael (Helen) Pfeifer of Fremont, Joe (Mary) Pfeifer of Bennington, Ken (Rhonda) Pfeifer and Jeff (Linda) Pfeifer of Omaha and Mark (Kathleen) Pfeifer of Suprise, Ariz. sister Germaine Sorensen of Omaha; siblings Edward (Joan) Heimann and Henry (Betty) Heimann, all of Columbus; brother -in -law James Kingston of Fremont; 28 apo; 65 great -grandchildren; and 21 great -grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents; wife; sisters Florene Pfeifer, Mary Ann Hemmer and infant Marie; a brother, Francis; brothers -in -law Floyd Hemmer, Edwin Pfeifer and Robert Sorensen; and son -in -law Larry Allen.

Online sympathies can be left and the live-stream service can be viewed www.mosermemorialchapels.com.



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Facebook Facebook logo Sign up for Facebook to connect with Doris Grasso Obituary | The Eagle Tribune https://thebiblepost.com/facebook-facebook-logo-sign-up-for-facebook-to-connect-with-doris-grasso-obituary-the-eagle-tribune/ Wed, 23 Jun 2021 07:15:02 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/facebook-facebook-logo-sign-up-for-facebook-to-connect-with-doris-grasso-obituary-the-eagle-tribune/ Methuen – Doris Grasso, 90, a longtime resident of Methuen, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on June 17, 2021. Doris was born January 20, 1931, to the late Leo and Jeanne Charette and grew up and studied in Lowell, Mass. She met the love of her life, Danny, with whom she shared […]]]>


Methuen – Doris Grasso, 90, a longtime resident of Methuen, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on June 17, 2021.

Doris was born January 20, 1931, to the late Leo and Jeanne Charette and grew up and studied in Lowell, Mass. She met the love of her life, Danny, with whom she shared 21 years of marriage after settling in Methuen to raise a family.

Doris was a homemaker for many years before working at the IRS where she retired in 1993. She left family and friends to cherish memories of her resilience and strength.
Doris is survived by her daughters Denise and husband David Butler; Debra and husband Gordon Conte, all of Merrimac, Mass. She is “Gram” to grandchildren Lee Pettirossi and husband Barry of Fremont, NH, Jennifer Conte of Salem, NH; Jill Butler of Plaistow, NH, and Daniel Butler and wife Heather of Windham, NH Doris are also “GG” to great -grandchildren David, Isabella, Jaden and Grayson. He also survived many nieces and nephews.

Doris was preceded in death by her husband Danny, her sisters Shirley Cooke and Diane Blanchard.

Memory and funeral services will be private.
Offer condolences for Doris Grasso’s family at www.directcremationseacoast.com.



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Working from home makes people buy bigger homes: Prestige Estates https://thebiblepost.com/working-from-home-makes-people-buy-bigger-homes-prestige-estates/ Tue, 22 Jun 2021 06:03:47 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/working-from-home-makes-people-buy-bigger-homes-prestige-estates/ Representative Photo & nbsp | & nbsp Photo Credit: & nbspANI Main Highlights State of Prestige in ET NOW: There will be a need for more office space as de-densification can be seen in the picture Prestige States in ET NOW: Depending on affordability levels, there has been a higher gradation in terms of home […]]]>


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Main Highlights

  • State of Prestige in ET NOW: There will be a need for more office space as de-densification can be seen in the picture
  • Prestige States in ET NOW: Depending on affordability levels, there has been a higher gradation in terms of home size

Mumbai: Prestige Estates in a conversation with ET NOW is confident in the future of residential, commercial and rental assets underway, Irfan Razack also noted that depreciation trends will improve demand for space of the office going forward.

Here are the key takeaways from contacting ET NOW at Prestige Estates:

  1. The realty demand is always there.
  2. People with smaller homes felt the need for more space.
  3. People with smaller houses started upgrading to bigger houses.
  4. State governments have also helped revive realty sentiment.
  5. Reducing the Maharashtra stamp duty is a great step to start realty demand.
  6. The Bengaluru housing market has remained very resilient.
  7. Depending on affordability levels, there was a higher gradation in terms of home size.
  8. IT sector employees have shown a strong appetite for home buying as the sector is evolving.
  9. Low interest rates also help the resurgence as people want to make a longer commitment.
  10. The revival of the real estate market will contribute to a strong economic revival.
  11. A lot of aggregation is happening even in realty space.
  12. The resurgence of real estate will lead to a multiplier effect on the economy.
  13. Real estate development must continue to be geared towards the end consumer.
  14. Expect huge growth potential in e-commerce channels, but don’t worry for physical retail demand.
  15. The look and feel of retail malls carries footfalls.
  16. Expect a hybrid version going forward in terms of shopping and entertainment.
  17. Expect the hobby and F&B part to go up in the future.
  18. Office space requirements have not diminished.
  19. There will be a need for more office space because de-densification can be seen in the picture.

Architects of India’s future define agenda for growth in this Golden Decade, at Times Network India Economic Conclave – 25, 26 March | New Delhi. Watch LIVE coverage from the ground up on Times Network News and channels www.indiaeconomicconclave.com.

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Heidemarie Dressel 1943 – 2021 | News, Sports, Jobs https://thebiblepost.com/heidemarie-dressel-1943-2021-news-sports-jobs/ Mon, 21 Jun 2021 04:23:53 +0000 https://thebiblepost.com/heidemarie-dressel-1943-2021-news-sports-jobs/ COLUMBIANA – Heidemarie Dressel, 78, of Columbiana died Friday, June 18, 2021, at Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital. He was born on Feb. 25, 1943, in Wiesbaden, Germany, son of the late Erwin and Elfriede Muschiol Volland. Heidi was a homemaker and later in life worked at Parkside Health Care Center and Das Dutch […]]]>


COLUMBIANA – Heidemarie Dressel, 78, of Columbiana died Friday, June 18, 2021, at Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital.

He was born on Feb. 25, 1943, in Wiesbaden, Germany, son of the late Erwin and Elfriede Muschiol Volland.

Heidi was a homemaker and later in life worked at Parkside Health Care Center and Das Dutch Haus Bakery.

He attended Paradise Church, Canfield. Heidi loves to travel, especially home in Germany and all over Europe. She enjoys reading, shopping and spending time with her family.

Heidi is survived by her husband, Richard O. Dressel, whom she married on October 6, 1964; two daughters, Corina (Steve) Wellman of Columbiana and Janet (Ed) Slagle of Leetonia; and two siblings, Norbert (Edith) Volland and Gunter (Christine) Volland, both of Weisbaden, Germany. She is loved by six grandchildren, Jerrid Kotsch, Nicole (Tim) McFarland, Shane (Jennifer) Wellman, Tim Slagle, Nikki Slagle and Vance Slagle along with 10 great -grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by three siblings Ilse Winter, Edith Kalabach and Gerda Bibo, and a great -granddaughter Amanda Slagle.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 pm Wednesday, June 23, 2021, at the Warrick-Kummer-Rettig Funeral Home in Columbiana and from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday before the funeral service.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 24, 2021, at the Warrick-Kummer-Rettig Funeral Home in Columbiana with Pastor Ben Cope officiating.

The funeral will take place at Columbiana Cemetery, Columbiana.

Arrangements were entrusted to Warrick-Kummer-Rettig Funeral Home, Columbiana.

Family and friends can view this death and send condolences to www.familycareservices.com.

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