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The Baudelaires also occasionally live in borderline poverty, as they can't afford a basic bed in The Bad Beginning , and are at the mercy of the world in The Hostile Hospital and onwords, although it could be argued they were at the mercy of the world before then. In The Penultimate Peril , it appears that Mrs. In Mrs. The Austere Academy mentions Mrs.
Bass was arrested for bank robbery. By the end of the series, it's unclear if the Baudelaires ever inherited the fortune, similar to how it's also a mystery if the Baudelaires are even alive. In The End , Violet says, "None of us may ever see a penny of that money" meaning she has accepted this possibility. If The Puzzling Puzzles is canon however, there is some debate over whether it is or not , the fortune is said to be about shoeboxes full of golf ball-sized diamonds.
It is unclear if this simply refers to the value, or if it is literally diamonds. He was honored to wear his Navy Wings of Gold. Two of his most treasured times were flying on and off the aircraft carrier and being the th fighter squadron commander in the VT Air National Guard. After his retirement from military life, he became the Director of Operations at the Burlington International Airport, and within five years was appointed in to the position of Director of Aviation, a post he held until his retirement in September of The Airport saw phenomenal growth and improvement during his years of leadership, a time which he said had no equal for challenge and reward.
Hamilton of Schuylkill, Pa. Other survivors include his loving sisters- and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and a host of longtime friends and business associates. He was predeceased by his older sister, Georgiana Hamilton Wehmeyer. In his retirement years, he joked that it was a career field unto itself.
He devoted much of his time to volunteering. Among them as a board member for The Howard Center and most notably his involvement with the United Way RSVP School Buddies program, providing one on one involvement in literacy with 4th and 5th graders. He was also proud of maintaining a single digit golf handicap and a close relationship with the Vermont Senior Golfers Association.
He would like to be remembered for three things in his life. First, the absolute love that he received from his beautiful and adorable wife, Janette. Second, the two greatest children parents could have in the world, Debbie and John. And third, Rachel and Nathan, the coolest grandchildren a grandparent could have. A brief Memorial Service will be held on Friday, Sept. To send online condolences to the family please visit www. He is survived by his loving wife Sylvia after 63 wonderful years of marriage.
Hill Julie of Weston, FL. He also leaves nine grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Lynn, MA where he continued to work until his retirement in Upon his retirement he and Sylvia moved back to Vermont near where he was raised and enjoyed many years there entertaining friends and watching their family grow.
Bill was in excellent health and enjoyed the outdoors and what it had to offer. He was an avid skier Ole Smoothie he was called, loved working in his yard and became very involved with golf. When the winters became too challenging the Hills wintered in Port St. Lucie, FL. Please join the family on Sunday, February 17 between pm to share remembrances at Tequesta Terrace N. US 1 in Tequesta. Box , Rutland, VT. Dick was born in Jericho on Aug. When he went to work at Mount St. He married his high school sweetheart, Irene Royce, of Underhill, on May 23, Dick was President and Treasurer of the corporation and soon acquired full interest in the business and ran it along with his sons, John and Alan, until his retirement in Dick was also a former trustee and supporter of Champlain College formerly Burlington Business College , and a 65 year member of the First Congregational Church of Burlington.
He was a 50 year member of the Ethan Allen Club and an avid cribbage player and bowler at the club; he participated in both leagues until the club closed in He was a tough competitor on the bowling lanes with his slow-rolling hook, rolling a at age He also enjoyed hunting and always looked forward to deer season and the opportunity to spend time with family and friends at deer camp.
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It was a special place for him. Visiting hours will be on Friday, Nov. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Nov. His mother remarried Philip Sutherland in After graduating from high school, Bob served in the Army through the end of W. They married in , following graduation, and lived for many years in Shelburne where they raised four sons in a vibrant family neighborhood. Bob was a longtime employee of General Electric in Burlington as a Manager in the Manufacturing and Personnel Department, retiring in Born into a golfing clan, Bob was a passionate golfer throughout his life, and though he never played at St.
He was also a builder and a tinkerer, and his sons all spiced up their vocabulary by watching him wrestle with difficult wood-working projects. Among his many do-it-yourself Heathkit projects were stereos, televisions, CB radios, trash compactors, as well as countless small electronic gadgets. Marylou fought an uphill battle keeping the table cleared of the tools and supplies of his latest projects.
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Bob did much community service in Shelburne, serving on many committees and as chairman of the school board during a critical time of growth. In later years, he gleefully ad-libbed his way through many colorful parts in her original musicals at All Saints Episcopal Church in South Burlington where they were beloved, faithful and tireless working members for over 50 years.
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His son, Christopher, passed away in Born in Burlington, he graduated from Burlington High School at the age of 16 and enrolled as a scholarship student at UVM, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa as a junior, awarded the Kidder medal in his senior year, and graduated in at age He was awarded a scholarship at the Harvard Law School. Following his first year, he was selected for membership, based on his first year grades, in the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.
In his third year, he was the winning oralist in the finals of the Ames Moot Court competition. In June , he graduated from law school, married Natalie Kling, and reported for duty as a private in the United States Army. He entered the Army as a private and, after basic training, was shipped to England. He returned to Burlington and worked in the law offices of his brother, Louis.
He was primarily a trial lawyer and was listed in the first edition of Best Lawyers. He was appointed a municipal judge in by Governor Ernest Gibson, at the time thought, at 29, to be the youngest judge in the country. He served as a member of the Burlington City Council in the s. After retirement, he and Natalie moved to Florida, where he was an active supporter of the American Heart Association, serving as grand marshal of the Fort Myers Heart Walk for a number of years.
He was predeceased by his wife, Natalie; daughter, Judy; and brothers, Louis and Irving. Arrangements are by Boucher and Pritchard Funeral Directors. Donations in his name can be made to any of the organizations he so energetically supported. Ray was born in Chelsea, Vermont, on August 17, A passionate father, civic leader, fisherman and hunter, he was devoted to his home state of Vermont.
Ray was the 72nd governor of Vermont from to , and earlier served as speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives. He served in the U. Navy, and after his discharge in , he attended Tufts University and graduated from the Boston University School of Law in At Tufts, he met and married Joan Friedgen Keyser, and following graduation, they moved back to Chelsea, where they had three children, Chris, Carol and Fran. Ray joined his father, the Honorable F. Ray Keyser Sr.
They remained connected to Chelsea, where they built a home and a 5. He was proud to tell friends that as a result, the cousins were as close as siblings. He was a Mason and helped design the expansion of the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club, of which he was a stockholder. He and Mary Lou enjoyed playing golf and bridge with their many friends in Florida.
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Ray devoted himself to writing his memoirs, which his family intends to publish soon. JOHN T. John was born Oct. Carpenter and Gwendolyn Blodgett Carpenter. They raised their family in Essex Junction, Johnson, and then Burlington for many years. John and Connie were active and longtime members of the College Street Congregational Church where he served as its President and as a Deacon.
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He was a Paul Harris Fellow. Friends, the community, sports, outdoor recreation and travel were all important to John. He played tennis and hockey in high school, and tennis and soccer in college. He was a lifelong tennis player, enjoyed swimming and boating on Lake Champlain, skiing, special time at the Lake Mansfield Trout Club, and later in life, golf.
He and Connie traveled and visited over 25 countries and 40 states, often with his brother, Torrey, and sister-in-law, Dorothy. Those who knew John also knew that Connie and his family were at the center of his life; that he loved to talk and engage in conversation with almost anyone; that he was active in his church for all of his 94 years, and that he was a true World War II hero, fighting in and surviving five South Pacific campaigns. The family would like to convey a special thank you to those who cared for John, including Drs.
They would also like to express their appreciation to the care given by the McClure 6 nursing, physicians and palliative care team at Fletcher Allen. A memorial service will be held at the College Street Congregational Church at 10 a. Moore, whose lifelong passion was good writing, turned a small skiing magazine edited in the basement of a Denver office building into the Gazette in the late s and ran it for nearly 10 years. By the time of the demise of the print version in , the magazine had built a loyal and enthusiastic following.
In Moore was one of four founding partners and editors of Steerforth Press in South Royalton, Vermont, where he continued as editor-in-chief for 10 years. Moore was born in Beebe, Arkansas, in but spent his childhood in Colorado Springs, where the family moved after the second World War. He told friends later in life that dream died when a freshman golfer named Hale Irwin knocked him off the top spot his senior year and taught him the difference, as he described it, between a good golfer and a great one.
After graduating as a political science major in , he did graduate work in the same field for a time. In the mids, Moore moved to Vermont with his partner, the painter Susan Walp, whom he had met in Denver. For the last decade of his life Moore was semi-retired, living in Washington, Vermont, where he and Susan were avid gardeners. He remained active with Steerforth Press after it moved to Hanover, New Hampshire, where it continues to publish books, and he resumed playing golf.
It was his belief that his golf game reached its highest level during his years at Northfield Vermont Country Club, where he played in all weathers and won the senior club championship eight times. Best known as an editor who was loyal to his writers and devoted long hours to working on their manuscripts, Moore was also an able writer. Modest about his work, he rarely showed it to anyone else.
In recent years he told friends, not quite entirely truthfully, that he had quit reading and now only watched films, which he then described in brief notes that were careful, crisp, sharp and often funny. He was an avid outdoorsman, had a zest for life and for sharing his time with friends and will be missed by many.
Gordon was born on May 17, , in Schenectady, N. He moved at an early age to North Adams, Mass. During his high school years, Gordon played basketball, football, was captain of the track team, ski raced, and was a drummer in the Celtic Band. Gordon went to work in the Arnold Print Works upon graduation from high school. In , Gordon volunteered for the US Army and was accepted for the new ski troops program. He served with the 10th Mountain Division and was part of the Aleutian campaign at Kiska, Alaska, taught mountain rock-climbing techniques and rescue in Lincoln, N.
The 10th Mountain men were on their way to Japan from Italy when the Atomic Bomb was dropped on Hiroshima — the ship turned and headed back for the US. I liked the way he dressed and presented himself. Glenn told us a story about an interview someone once did with legendary producer Owen Bradley and they asked him when did country music start? He replied the day that Ernest Tubb came to town.
I believe it was first recorded by Henson Cargill but it was cut well over 20 times. One of the doctors from the cancer unit at Vanderbilt Hospital who is a very talented singer came along as his second guest. Apparently over there they LOVE traditonal country music and she made it apparent. She then sang a duet with Mr. Glenn and it was the Hank Sr. And then the next guests were Russ And Becky Jeffers. They also did a really nice job performing their songs I enjoyed them as well. We had a really awesome night of good old fashioned traditional country music.
You know I have known him a lot of years and I have never met a more kind hearted individual. He is more than a Legend he is a hero to me and many others. I cannot stress this enough how important this program is to our music and to our community. It is integral that we keep this history and music available to your younger generations to learn form and enjoy. If we allow this valuable resource to disappear we only have ourselves to blame for the devastation.
David and the store! I cannot stress this enough that all of you go buy a record or a CD from the store to prolong the longevity of the store and the radio show. This event is already sold out before I could even get the article up fast enough for this venue. Many of you know about this underground heavyweight sensation that sells out shows all over the country.
So is he? He may not be the lone savior of the current state of Country Music nut he is certainly in a good position to become a warrior for it. Tonight he celebrates his 35th year as an Opry member and he announced the new song. This song was dedicated to the men and women of law enforcement and he does a lot of benefit work for Wounded Warrior projects.
However the only video that I could find was not very good quality. You must understand that this is a very crucial article because with the loss of Little Jimmy Dickens and George Hamilton we have very few Legends that we can admire. This festival is not small time or little in any way.
Doc Watson who died on May 29th often played the festival and provided much to the growth of the festival. Cause this festival is for music lovers that choose not to imbibe in that. You can click on the main link up there for maps and directions to the festival. There are songwriting contests and nature walks that you can do while there and there will be hotel information being added to this article soon. There is a family area and an acoustic showcase for kids and plenty of family orientated things to do.
Parking is included in the ticket price and there are plenty of shuttle services and disabled services for patrons. Well folks as I been promising I am finally getting to cover Mandy Mae Hallman who like me was raised in Wisconsin, only she is younger than me. When I moved down here she was a baby and sixteen years later I met someone who is walking in my shoes and I can relate to her. This gal makes a good song and I been enjoying her music for quite some time now.
I have her other album she made with five original songs on it and I am here to get her new album called walls. This album was produced by Gary Sadker and was recorded at Cupit Music. I went through the same circumstances as she is now, when I moved here I knew nobody and I did know the southern culture and fit in quite well down here. I turned my life into this Country Music empire but it took years of hard work and a big boost from my heros. Now I have met all my heros, I been on every stage in town and pall bared for some of my greatest heros. She is becoming quite a polished performer and delivers her lyrics pretty well up there.
CD Baby also has her album, so there is your link folks. She has great parents and a very supportive family and they come visit her frequently.
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We usually sit in three and four spots and trade turns playing songs and the one on the left to the audience usually begins and that was Tara Tinsley. It was well written and fit together good. Her first song I didnt catch the title of and I never heard her play it before. That song creates a really nice picture in my mind.
Joshua Hammond was the third person on the set and fit in well with the ladies. Now me personally I like all male or all female rounds more than mixed rounds. I think if he pitches his work to the right people he will get a cut on commercial mainstream music. I attended two shows and you can read about my first adventure HERE. Tonight he is headed out to Georgia and I just spoke with Joshua Morningstar and he is ready to re join the tour. Last night Joshua Morningstar was not on the bill but I found some other bands I will be telling you about now and in other articles.
I stumble upon many good artists by going to these shows early to check them out. The Warehouse in Clarksville Tennessee is a real nice place to see a show in my immediate area. It is a roomy and large venue and easy to access from Hwy First up were The Ballistic Pintos which is a local band from Clarksville. They played several songs and I was busy setting up everything and getting settled in my booth area.
Later on in the evening I moved backstage to cover the show better. His sound was made amazing last night and his guitarist is VERY good and made good use of his pedals. He involves the audience and has some really good upbeat songs. I liked his sound it was different from the rest and his appearance is just honest. The Outlaws play the classic songs that we all recognize and enjoy as they all played for Waylon for many years. Last night it was said drummer Richie Albright played for Waylon for well over thirty years and Steel guitarist Fred Newell played many years with him as well.
That song of course was well received by the audience last night. Lead singer Tommy Townsend has been in top form at both shows and they recorded a very good live album at the Goose On The Lake festival several years ago. Shooter Jennings the youngest son of Waylon Jennings and the only child Waylon had with his last wife Country Legend Jessi Colter played one of the best shows I ever saw him play even though he was a little under the weather. Waylon and Jessi had a hand in releasing Wanted: The Outlaws which became the very first platinum selling country music albums in history.
It is a rough and tough life and constant running around. You have to be in charge of so much going on at once and you need some extremely trusting and business minded people working for you as well. Shooter was not feeling well last night and he STILL got up there are gave me and the whole venue one hundred percent of his heart last night.
He took the time to have a picture with me and for that I thank him. That new BCR Mixtape brings people like Jayke Orvis and James Hunnicutt out to a whole new audience, and he is becoming one of the finest producers around. You can watch the new video on the official Shooter Jennings website. It sounded really good with the Outlaws accompanying him on them all.
And I reckon one could say it was his most commercially acclaimed song he has, as it was featured on radio when it was released. The first time I ever got to really talk with him was in when he played Muddy Roots Music festival and I got to see first hand how much he does for others. You can find out more about the festival in my series that covers all the different festivals that are not giant corporate machines. The spirit of Waylon Jennings is always a influence with me and many more.
I know he faces many people that dislike him and call him names and he continues to keep being his own entity. He is currently busy writing his autobiography, A Life…Well, Lived, and I saw on his website that he has as usual several Texas dates booked in the near future. He is prominent on the Texas music scene and I have honestly never got to see him live yet and I am trying to keep my eyes open for him doing some Tennessee and Kentucky dates. I would defiantly travel a long distance to see him perform. He is then going overseas to perform some shows in other countries, and I am hoping he does some summer and fall festivals.
I want to influence you in a positive way and steer people towards show attendance and merch sales during those shows. With all that being said I will include the nominees here and links to them all, and how to purchase tickets to go see the event. One Day I have a Texas trip planned for sure.