Lessons from a Far CountryVelma J. Sanders

Lessons from a Far Country
Velma J. Sanders

What was he thinking when he pictured life without his father; days and nights devoid of restraints, rules and regulations; total freedom and fat pockets?  These thoughts and musings of the heart had nurtured within and floated in his mind for quite some time. It did not happen suddenly, in an instant and overnight that […]

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Mallory, Vincent Theodore

November 8, 1950 – January 10, 2022 Age 71. Preceded in death by parents, Idelle (Littlejohn) and Ted Mallory; brothers, Stephen E. and Michael K. Mallory. Survivors include loving wife, Karen L. (Hayes) Mallory; siblings: Julie Mallory of Glassboro, NJ; Gail Mallory, Mark Mallory, Brian Mallory, and Alan Mallory of Omaha; aunt, Teresa Rose, Omaha; […]

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John L. “Rooster” Green

September 4, 1946 – January 4, 2022 Age 75. Preceded in death by parents, Johnnie and Bettie Green; daughter, Larina; and sister, Hattie. Survived by wife, Roberta; sons, Glen, Sherdale (Renata), and John; daughters, Johnetta (Clifford), Sharee (Jason) Bryson, Vernell (Jaynita) Atwater, and Precious Marshall; and a host of loving grandchildren, great-grandchildren, brothers, sisters, nieces, […]

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Forte, Maggie L.

February 19, 1930 – December 21, 2021 Maggie L. Forte was born in Whiteville, NC on February 19, 1930, and passed away in Omaha on December 21, 2021. She leaves behind her children: J. Harold (Anniebell) Jones, Boris A. (Tina) Forte, V. Leon Forte, Veronis L. Forte, Abdul Jihad, Andre D. Forte, and Kerri Jones; […]

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 Kimera A. Bartee (1972 – 2021)  

Kimera A. Bartee (1972 – 2021)  

Bartee, Kimera A. July 21, 1972 – December 21, 2021 Survived by his children: Andrew Santana, Amari Bartee, and Taeja Bartee; parents: Jerry and Ramona Bartee; siblings: Khareth Bartee, Ramona Bartee, and Kambell Bartee; fiancé, Terri Slide; grandmother, Melissa Bartee; godfather, Dr. Rodney Wead; nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.

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I Just Kissed Yesterday Goodbye 

Dr. James L. Snyder  Focus is an essential part of getting something done. Sometimes my focus is more on yesterday than it is today. I waste a lot of time looking backward. My father used to tell me, “If you were supposed to look behind you, God would’ve put eyes in the back of your […]

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