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Articles About memorial

  • BLOG — Ms. Mac: Ever Our Teacher

    Mary Mcdonald, aka Ms. Mac.

    Now that Ms. Mary McDonald — Ms. Mac — has passed on and the legal statute of limitations has run out, I can tell a story that underscores the point about how she helped students take important risks.

  • Memorial service for Dr. Joanne Risacher

    Memorial service for Dr. Joanne Risacher will be held Friday, Sept. 8, 10–11:30 a.m. at Wright State.

  • Heidi Viemeister memorial

    A celebration of the life of Heidi Viemeister will be held Sunday, Feb. 19, 1 p.m., in the Glen Helen Building.

  • Heidi Viemeister memorial

    A celebration of the life of Heidi Viemeister will be held Sunday, Feb. 19, 1 p.m., in the Glen Helen Building.

  • Ira Beryl Brukner memorial

    A celebration of the life and art of Ira Beryl Brukner will be held Saturday, Feb. 4, 3 p.m., in the Emporium.

  • Marianne Britton memorial

    A gathering to share memories and celebrate the life of Marianne Britton will be held on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2–4 p.m., at the Glen Helen Building.

  • 2016 Blues Fest to honor Faith Patterson

    The AACW Blues, Jazz & Gospel Fest returns to the village this weekend with diverse performances and activities. At the heart of this year’s festival is a community memorial service for Faith Patterson, the festival’s founder and a beloved Yellow Springs community member who died in January. Patterson will be honored at 3 p.m. Saturday on the 2016 festival grounds at the John Bryan Center. Here, she is pictured watching her son, musician Nerak Roth Patterson, perform at the festival in 2006. (News archive photo by Robert Hasek)

    Remembering, honoring and celebrating the life of teacher and community organizer Faith Patterson will be at the forefront of this year’s AACW Blues, Jazz & Gospel Fest, the music festival she founded here in 1997.

  • She led with her heart and her spirit

    Local resident Becky Teilhet, who died after being struck by lightning in Colorado July 11, is shown here with some of her beloved canine friends. (Submitted photo)

    Becky Teilhet was beloved by many in the Yellow Springs community, known by family and friends for her unusually kind and generous nature.

  • Potters’ urn honors a tiny, brief life

    John Bryan Community Pottery members, from left, Carol Culbertson, Lynn Riewerts Carine, and Cindy Butler-Jones, designed and crafted a memorial urn for an Arkansas baby born with a severe birth defect. They worked free-of-charge to honor baby Hope, who lived for just 28 hours after she was born in October. See photos of the finished urn below. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Three Yellow Springs potters were commissioned to create a memorial urn for baby Hope and spent six weeks designing and crafting her final resting place.

  • Ashes to ashes, dust to diamonds

    Rita Caz recently set an unusual diamond ring for customer Vernon Dunlap. The diamond itself was created from the cremated remains of his wife, Roberta, using a process that distills and concentrates the carbon in human ashes under high heat and pressure. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Local jewelry store Rita Caz has long helped customers honor deceased friends and relatives. But a recent request by a former Springfield man who now lives in Arizona to set a diamond ring made from his wife’s ashes was a first.

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