Thelma ‘Marie’ Creed, 98, Caldwell: Jan. 8, 1917 – May 1, 2015

first_imgThelma Marie CreedThelma Marie Kibbe was born on January 8, 1917 on a farm southeast of Clearwater in rural Sumner County.  She was born to Flossie (Dunham) Kibbe and Merritt Kibbe.  Marie was the oldest of 7 children.  Marie attended several rural one room schools and then Anson High School.  Marie graduated from Conway Springs High School with the class of 1935.In May of 1939, Marie married Grant Creed and they made their home on a farm southeast of Conway Springs.  In 1947, Grant and Marie moved to their farm south of Anson.  Their daughter Brenda was born in 1948 and their son Lonnie in 1951. Marie was a farm wife and mother and for many years sold Tupperware.  Baking pies was her specialty and at the age of 90, she was still baking pies for Brenda and Gary’s Sale Barn.In 1971, she and Grant moved to their new home in Anson.  Grant died in November of 1994.  In 1996, Marie moved to Caldwell to be closer to her family.  In 2011, she moved to the Goodrich home in Caldwell and in 2013 she moved to Sugs Care Home in Conway Springs.  This past February, she again moved back to Caldwell to Marsha Sandoval’s care home where she passed away at the age of 98 years and 4 months.Marie was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Grant; six brothers and sisters; and her daughter Brenda Davis.She is survived by her son Lonnie and his wife Diane of Caldwell; her son-in-law Gary Davis also of Caldwell;  four grandchildren and their spouses, Chad and Debbie Davis, Jarrod and Ginger Davis, Kendal and Angie Creed and Kelsey and Bryan Weems; 14 great-grand children, Dakota and Clarissa Davis, Ethan, Tyson, Tabias, Aspen and Lakin Davis, Allyssa, Grant, Audrey and Brody Davis, Adrianna Anson and Karter Creed;  one great-great grandbaby, Kolver Davis; and many nieces, nephews and friends.The family would like to especially thank Charles and Verla Crow, Marsha Sandoval and Diane Hiser for the wonderful care they each gave our Mother and Grandmother.Funeral Services will be held at the Corbin United Methodist Church in Corbin, KS on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 10:30 A.M.  Pastor Jacob Maforo and Pastor Jan McDaniel will officiate. Interment will follow the service at the Austin Cemetery in Anson, KS.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Monday, May 4, 2015 from 1:00 – 8:00 P.M.  The family will be present to greet friends from 6:00 – 8:00 P.M.Memorials have been established with the Corbin Methodist Church and the Caldwell Care Network. Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

Massa’s back as Uganda Cranes tame Slovakia 3-1

first_img21 January 20172017 AFCONEgypt – UgandaPort-Gentil, Gabon 11 January 2017FriendlyIvory Coast – UgandaAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates UGANDA WINS TOP AFRICA AWARD (click to read)Team A: Robert Odongkara (Goal keeper), Nico Wakiro Wadada, Joseph Ochaya, Timothy Dennis Awanyi, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Geofrey Kizito, Tonny Mawejje, Moses Oloya, William Luwagga Kizito, Faruku Miya, Muhammed ShabanTeam B: Dennis Onyango (Goal keeper), Dennis Iguma, Shafiq Batambuze, Murushid Jjuuko, Isaac Isinde, Michael Azira, Yunus Junior Sentamu, Khalid Aucho, Geofrey Massa, Geofrey Sserunkuma, Godfrey Walusimbi 8 January 2017FriendlyUganda 3-1 SlovakiaAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 6 January 2017FriendlySlovenia 0–1 UgandaDubai, United Arab Emirates Share on: WhatsApp 17 January 20172017 AFCONGhana – UgandaPort-Gentil, Gaboncenter_img Tunisian striker Naim Sliti in action against Uganda Cranes in their friendly. Tunisia won 2-0. PHOTO AFPRESULTUganda 3 Slovakia 1 (Oloya, Fiya, Massa)Captain Geoffrey Massa found the net for Cranes for the first time in over a year as Uganda, ranked 72nd in the world, tamed European side Slovakia (FIFA 25th) in an international friendly Sunday in Abu Dhabi.With the Nations Cup kicking off in a week’s time, the goal should herald a timely return to scoring for Massa, who last found the net for Cranes in a competitive match during the World cup qualifiers against Togo in November 2015.This was the third friendly in five days for newly crowned African Team Of The Year Uganda .Uganda Cranes were beaten 2-0 by Tunisia in their first build-up, beat Slovenia 1-0 in a closed door game on Friday, and for the first time in decades, faced a European nation ranked in the top 30 in the world. Uganda is ranked 72nd in the world.The Ugandan side are making a return to the Nations Cup Finals after 38 frustrating years. They last appeared in Ghana 1978.Uganda is grouped with Ghana, Mali and Egypt at the Nations Cup. Uganda vs SLOVAKIA LIVE#Amistoso ?? v ?? [ST 0-2] Moses Oloya adelantó rápido a @OfficialFUFA frente a @sfzofficial pic.twitter.com/Gd649qBl7C— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) January 8, 2017 #Amistoso ?? v ?? [ST 0-2] @FaroukMiya aprovechó un balón suelto para el 2-0 parcial de @OfficialFUFA ante @sfzofficial pic.twitter.com/IuPlGEWpaS— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) January 8, 2017Tweets about @OfficialFUFA 4 January 2017FriendlyTunisia 2–0 UgandaTunis, Tunisia 25 January 20172017 AFCONUganda – Malilast_img read more

Suffolk golf club wins top national award

first_img Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club in Suffolk has become the first winner of England Golf’s Championship Venue of the Year Award, sponsored by Travelbag.The club was honoured at last night’s England Golf Awards 2018, sponsored by Bridgestone. About 500 guests attended the glittering, black tie event at the Royal Lancaster London to celebrate all that’s great about golf in England.Felixstowe Ferry hosted the 2017 English Women’s County Championship, a five day tournament involving six teams and their many supporters, which was eventually won by Yorkshire.Alison Kemp, who was ladies’ captain in 2017, said: “This just means everything to the club.” Jo Woodward, who helped to organise the event, added: “We are absolutely over the moon, this is testament to all the hard work that went into the championship by all the volunteers and staff, we have a great team  at Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club.”The club produced a course in tip-top condition and its army of volunteers included tireless hostesses who looked after the needs of each team. The club overcame a shortage of space for spectators by setting up a refreshment tent – serving Pimm’s in the afternoon – which turned into a tournament hub.The attention to detail was remarkable, right down to the seaside-themed decorations on each team’s table and the specially produced signage which helped to organise the car park – and even the members’ dogs wore club collars.The new award was introduced to recognise the contribution of the golf clubs which host England Golf’s 55 championships and tournaments each year, offering competition to 6000 players, ranging from handicap golfers to elite amateurs.England Golf championship director James Crampton commented: “We couldn’t run our events without the amazing support of our clubs and volunteers. All three of our finalists went above and beyond to make their events outstanding successes and deciding on our winner was extremely difficult.“Felixstowe Ferry won through because of the scale of their enthusiasm. The club got right behind the event from our very first meeting and the support they gave us was quite exceptional.”The other finalists for the award were Goswick Golf Club, Northumberland, which hosted the English Senior Men’s County Championship – also won by Yorkshire; and Manchester Golf Club, hosts of the English U14 Boys’ Open Championship for the Reid Trophy, won by the South African Casey Jarvis.Caption: Felixstowe Golf Club representatives (from left) Alison Kemp, Jo Woodward and club secretary David Spencer, with their award. It was presented by Ian Sykes from sponsors Travelbag 22 Feb 2018 Suffolk golf club wins top national award Tags: Award, Championship Venue of the Year, Felixstowe Ferrylast_img read more

Forever Powder Coating Hosts 4th Annual Cruise-In Car and Motorcycle Show

first_imgFacebook49Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Forever Powder Coating Nothing says summer like hotrods, BBQ, kettle corn, and ice cream!  And on Saturday, July 12, from 11:00 – 4:00 pm, Forever Powder Coating will host their fourth annual Cruise-In to benefit Dynamic Partner’s, Children’s Therapy Center in Tacoma.  Last year’s event hosted 100+ vehicles, 20+ motorcycles, and raised over $1000…this year’s goal is $2000!Teaming up with the Tumwater Rotary Motorcycle Poker Run the events will take place at the New Market Skills Center and feature all types of cars, motorcycles and trucks.  Cruise-In winners will take home trophies and cash prizes in a variety of categories like Best Rat Rod, Best Muscle Car, Best Bike, and Best Paint.Forever Powder Coating began the Cruise-In to showcase their custom work—and that of their clients and friends—in a family-friendly setting.  Says FPC’s Heather Pinard, “We encourage our guests to bring all sorts of projects they have worked on, from classic cars to vintage pedal cars and various restoration projects.”  Vendors, food, bounce house, dunk tank and raffles make for an exciting annual event.Outside of the Cruise-In event, Forever Powder Coating has been active in the community since they opened their doors in 2009.  In layman’s terms, powder coating is a process in which color is added to metal via electrostatic charge and then cured with heat to ensure its durability and vibrancy without harmful side effects.Jobs are individually priced, and customers can seek a bid in person, over the phone, or via email.  Average time to completion varies, depending on the piece itself.  They’ve done everything from the standard (tire rims, motorcycle parts, hotrod pin-striping) to the unique (a gold toilet, a vintage fire hydrant, and an entire boat!).  Some of their latest creations include sculptures, custom crafted clocks, restored patio furniture, and the lettering, signs, and 900 feet of railing for a Tacoma apartment complex.Outside of powder coating, FPC also specializes in sandblasting, restoration, firearms coating, and custom art work.  The artistic side of things is handled by Jeff Pinard, who can provide individualized artwork for almost any surface.  His hand-painted and uniquely designed graphics feature gold and copper leaf and inventive, eye-catching images.Jeff and his staff are all highly-trained, skilled craftsmen and their pride shows.  Says Jeff, “All employees at Forever Powder Coating are trained in all aspects of the job.  This makes everyone that we work with very knowledgeable of what we do, and can give the customer the highest level of service. I feel the team that we have at Forever is a very strong, tight knit bunch that cares about the product we produce for the customer and in turn it shows in our top notch quality. We pride ourselves on always trying new things and to never stop learning, to forge ahead and not be just average but the best.”Judging by their many 5-star online reviews, they’ve accomplished just that!Forever Powder Coating715 – 78th Ave SW #1Olympia, WA 98501360.786.6345For more information regarding this weekends event, please visit www.facebook.com/ForeverPwdrCoating/events or call 360-786-6345.last_img read more