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Bernice Tucker

Bernice Tucker was delight to all who knew her. She and her husband Walter would often teacher others about birds and the environment. Her husband was instrumental in the development of the Columbus Ohio Metropolitan Park system.  Read More...

MaryEtta Turner

Etta was born January 25, 1986. Humor was one of her gifts. She could make everyone laugh out loud. Through her death, many children will be fed either through the animals they will raise, or through the nutrition center her Bolivian friends erected in her honor. Countless people will...  Read More...

Raymond Vanderburg

Ray Vanderburg was a teacher and principal with the Fullerton School District for 30 years. He was also a conscientious objector during World War II, serving his country during that time in Washington, Oregon and Maryland.  Read More...

Margret Veale

Margret Ellen Veale was born July 11, 1922 in Brown County, Indiana, to the late Earle Jacob and Elsie Fern (Scaggs) Veale. She was a 1940 graduate of Helmsburg High School in Brown County and went on to serve her country as a Pharmacist Mate Third Class with the...  Read More...

Verna Watts

The Lowell H. & Verna K. Watts Endowment was established on June 15, 2010 at Heifer Foundation from the remainder of the charitable gift annuities Lowell established for Verna May. Every year, income from the endowment will be made available for Heifer International to help families produce food and...  Read More...

Kenneth Richard Waughop

Kenneth Richard Waughop was born on January 7, 1914 in Washington, Illinois. He was the younger of two sons born to Willis Ray Waughop and Rhoda Sencebaugh Waughop.  Read More...

Kenneth Waughop

Kenneth Richard Waughop was born on January 7, 1914 in Washington, Illinois. He was the younger of two sons born to Willis Ray Waughop and Rhoda Sencebaugh Waughop. Late in November 1919 the Waughop family moved to Peoria.  Read More...

David Weamer

David Weamer was born on March 2, 1946, in Detroit, Michigan. He attended Presbyterian Church and public schools in Grosse Pointe Wood, Michigan. He graduated from Alma College in 1968 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.  Read More...

Louise Weaver

Louise Weaver was born October 17, 1917. She was a remarkable lady. She was active with the Modesto Peace Life Center and Heifer Project International.  Read More...

Mary Weddington

Mary Margaret Weddington, 55, of Memphis, retired attorney and professor, died at her home. Mary the daughter of Gilbert P. Weddington (deceased) and Nelle B. Weddington, of Memphis, is survived by her husband, John R. Joyner, her mother, her aunt, Margaret R. Bruner of Nashville and numerous cousins.  Read More...