Saturday, November 11, 2017

PLATT- MISC News

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SPECIAL
In the Eleventh Month, On the Eleventh Day, At the Eleventh Hour (Several special reads strung together.)
http://americandigest.org/

My Beautiful America - The Charlie Daniels Band (Official Video)
https://www.youtube.com/embed/B2AEkfjc6-o?feature=player_detailpage

HEALTH
Mushrooms are full of antioxidants that may have anti-aging potential
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/11/171109100409.htm

THE NATION'S SICKNESS
Psychologists say more and more young people are entitled
https://www.indy100.com/article/young-people-entitlement-disappointed-narcissism-psychology-research-7867961

PROGRESSIVES RUNNING AMOK
‘It’s OK to be white’ campaign rankles higher education (but, "Black Lives Matter is OK.)
https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/nov/10/its-ok-be-white-campaign-rankles-higher-education/?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTUdaak1ETmxaR0prTWpnMSIsInQiOiJHNjNDWDBLQWpRRjlBck1LdnRpUEUzN3lSaHFuTEs1YlU0Rmw1bTFKaUNXcm1wb0gwQnlaRU5qK1l6NTZvTE00VHptTHQyaHRGNW1OdzFzcEw3K2FJejZ3bXYza1lza3dDczI1OUtsRWhYXC93MndLYnFnZTVRWlZaNHppdHlhM2sifQ%3D%3D

EDUCATION
The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money 
https://moneyish.com/ish/the-most-worthless-graduate-degree-in-america-is/

EMINENT DOMAIN
Gentrification is sweeping through America. Here are the people fighting back
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/nov/10/atlanta-super-gentrification-eminent-domain?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+USA+-+Collections+2017&utm_term=251767&subid=24222148&CMP=GT_US_collection

BOTANY
Why trees shed their leaves
http://earthsky.org/earth/why-do-trees-shed-their-leaves?mc_cid=859e237850&mc_eid=11b1b20d94

NATIONAL SECURITY
When The Football Comes Out, Who Watches The President? 
https://breakingdefense.com/2017/11/stratcom-wargames-its-own-death-who-watches-the-president/?utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=58309001&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8kBSvy9iCu_LqasntyfpR7B2N3SLTqNhSFRehS2Iukca0lIFDK-T3qBdg6pYZKj5hr2X4bjJVeb73nQieBGg4wKRPCpg&_hsmi=58309001

DEFENSE
U.S. soldier in Niger ambush was bound and apparently executed, villagers say
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/africa/us-soldier-in-niger-ambush-was-bound-and-apparently-executed-villagers-say/2017/11/10/3aebba3e-c442-11e7-9922-4151f5ca6168_story.html?utm_term=.e45185996cc6&wpisrc=al_news__alert-world--alert-national&wpmk=1

PUERTO RICO
Power line repaired by Whitefish Energy fails, leaving millions without power — again ("None of the issues reported today with the outage have anything to do with the repairs Whitefish Energy performed," a spokesperson for Whitefish told Buzzfeed.)
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/power-line-repaired-by-whitefish-energy-fails-leaving-millions-without-power-again/article/2640273

POLITICS
That Bloodbath in the Old Dominion
https://townhall.com/columnists/patbuchanan/2017/11/10/that-bloodbath-in-the-old-dominion-n2407347?utm_source=thdaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl&newsletterad=

The Louts and Dunces Party
http://www.nationalreview.com/article/453600/donald-trump-republicans-trumpism-has-no-consistent-philosophy?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=171110_Jolt&utm_term=Jolt

How Europe Is Out-Trumping America
https://www.wsj.com/article_email/how-europe-is-out-trumping-america-1510266274-lMyQjAxMTI3MDE1MDIxNTAwWj/

-- 
“The last resort of the competitive economy is the bailiff, but the ultimate sanction of a planned economy
is the hangman."
                ~ F. A. Hayek

Friday, November 10, 2017

Patricia Brandenburg Wariner 1951-2017


Born September 21, 1951 in Pensacola, FL, Patricia Brandenburg Wariner of Milton, FL left the
physical pain and discomforts of this world behind and moved onto glory November 8, 2017. She is preceded in death by her daughter Rachel Barlow and her parents Betty (Ed) Hattaway and Frank Brandenburg. She is survived by her sister Gloria Brandenburg Hughes and brothers Frank (Susan) Brandenburg and Bill (Carole) Brandenburg, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and special friends.
Patricia had a caring heart beyond measure. She was a selfless advocate for people with disabilities and served over 20 years with Community Transportation in Escambia and Santa Ross Counties. After retirement she became very active with the Genealogical Society of Santa Rosa County. She had a true love of genealogy and spent endless hours helping others with research, visiting cemeteries and documenting headstones. She served on the boards of Escambia and Santa Rosa genealogical societies and was a major contributor in volumes I and II of The Heritage of Escambia County, FL and The Heritage of Santa Rosa County, FL. Patricia was also inducted into the Florida Pioneers, Daughters of the Revolution, Daughters of the Confederacy and she really enjoyed her mornings with the guys of the Breakfast Club. She had recently developed an interest in photography and spent countless hours looking for the right angle and chasing the perfect shot. She enjoyed sharing these photos on Facebook and other social media.
Aunt "Trisha" was more than just an aunt to her nieces and nephews. She was a stand-in mom and faithful friend. She loved her family, she never forgot to wish you a Happy Birthday, no matter how many miles apart you might have been. She was proud of each accomplishment and celebrated each milestone. She had a positive outlook, was beautiful, fearless, fierce, strong and loving. She was a humble and gentle person with a beautiful smile, a wonderful sense of humor and a quiet steadiness that inspired others and she could definitely lower the "Hammer" when necessary. Losing her leaves a void for all her family. Nobody else will fill her shoes.
If you knew Patricia, you knew she was a University of Florida fan. Baseball, basketball, football, whatever...if the Gators were playing, she was watching and if you were around you were watching too. The Gator Nation has a new angel.
Pallbearers will be her nephews and great-nephews.
Honorary Pallbearers will be her nieces and great-nieces.
Trahan Family Funeral Home, 6539 Trammel Dr. Milton, FL is handling arrangements. Visitation will be Saturday, November 11th at 12:00 PM with services following at 1:00 PM. Pastor Michael Heisler officiating. Burial will be at Whitmire Cemetery.



From a renewed friendship -
Stephen Worthington (Frodo)

Patricia and I first met in the late 60's. We swept each other off our feet, and then I had to return to Alabama where I was living at the time. We were so young, and sure that life was never ending. We lost touch, but apparently, our time together had a powerful effect on us both, since we both thought of each other often through the years. Then not too long ago we found each other on Facebook, once again it had a powerful effect on us both, even though we were many miles apart. I told her that I had held onto two photos through the years, and every now and then I made an attempt to find her, just to see how she was, how her life had gone. We had both been through so much, as we all have, or will, if we live long enough, but we felt so comfortable even now as if somehow, we had always been connected, even though so far apart. Both photos have gone through a lot over the years, and are pretty damaged. I digitalized them some years back, and I had been working on this one, in hopes of returning it to her when we again met. It is still not finished, but I worked on it today so that I could post it on her page for her friends and family. This is that beautiful girl I met, so long ago, the one who found an endless place in my heart, and who grew up to be such a smart and giving woman who touched the lives of so many. I fell in love with you back then, and love you now sweet girl. This is how I will always remember you, as you were when we first met, at the beginning of our lives. Goodnight our angel...sweet dreams in the arms of God.

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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Jannie Rhinehart Sauls Hubbard 1928-2017

Jannie Sauls Hubbard, 88, of Milton passed away on July 18, 2017. She was born on September 22, 1928 in Graceville, GA, but has lived here since 1959.

She was preceded in death by: her father, Raymond Presscott Rhinehart; mother, Mary Tolbert; daughter, Jane Madden; and her first husband, Rev. Russell Sauls.

Survivors include: her husband of 25 years, Rudy Hubbard; sons, Jim (Linda) Sauls, Dan (Pam) Sauls, and Rudy Jr. (Jeannie) Hubbard; daughter, Teresa (Richard) Bowyer; one sister, Betty Fowler; one brother, Billy (Carolyn) Rhinehart; seven grandchildren; and fifteen great-grandchildren.

Trahan Family Funeral Home of Milton is in charge of arrangements.

Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. until funeral service begins at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, July 21, 2017 at Pine Terrace Baptist Church.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Robert Q. |Germann 1963-2017


Robert Germann ObituaryRobert Q. Germann, 54, of Chumuckla, FL. was called home to be with his Lord, Monday, July 24, 2017.

He was born on July 9, 1963, to William E. and Dorothy J. Germann.

He gave his life to the Lord in 2007 and loved the Lord with all his heart. He was truly an inspiration to everyone he met, with his faith in God. He never complained but always had an uplifting spiritual word. He was a wonderful husband, father, and son.

He was proceeded in death by his father, William E. Germann and father in law, Jerry Kilpatrick.

He leaves behind his wife, of 35 years, Karla Germann; son, Adam (Richelle) Germann and Keith (Hannah) Germann; Mother, Dorothy Germann; Mothers-in-law Mildred Allen and Tryllis Kilpatrick; Brother Billy Germann; Grandchildren Leland, Alanna, Brayden, Jase and Kelsen Germann; Brother in Law, Allen (Angie) Kilpatrick; Sister in law Lana (Gordan) Howell. Special nieces and nephews that he loved dearly and a host of friends that he considered family. 


Trahan Family Funeral Home of Milton is entrusted with arrangements.

Visitation will be held Thursday, July 27, 2017, from 6 - 8 p.m., at Cornerstone Christian Church, Jay, FL. Funeral will be held Friday, July 28, 2017, at 10:30 a.m. also at the church, with Rev. Steve Zepp and Rev. Larry Pearson, officiating.

Pallbearers will be: Scottie Cook, Brian Bradshaw, Damon Frady, Nolan Frady, Brandon Kilpatrick and Casey Kilpatrick.

Honorary pallbearers will be: Allen Kilpatrick, Jerry Morrell, Josh Morrell, Doug Hatfield, Jimmy Howell, Danny Melvin, Mickey Diamond, Todd Watson, Kenneth Oakes, Gordan Howell, Robert Kelley, Jimmy Miller, and Marty Griswold.

The Family would like to give a special thank you to Sacred Heart Cancer Center Oncology department, Dr. Sunnenberg, Dr. Dissanayake, for the excellent care and compassion that was given to Robert and his family during this time.

Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits
Published in Pensacola News Journal on July 27, 2017

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Janice Harris Simmons 1948 - 2017


Trahan Family Funeral Home
Janis Kay Simmons was called to the Lord on July 19, 2017, at the age of 69.
Image may contain: 1 person, eyeglasses and closeupShe was born in Defuniak Springs, FL on February 27, 1948 but lived all her life in the Chumuckla Community. To all who knew her she was a sweet and caring person that touched the lives of each and every one she met.
Janis worked at Santa Rosa Extension Office for 32 years. She loved her job and the people she worked around, especially her boss of 28 years, John Atkins. She was a dedicated member of Ebenezer Church where she was the Treasurer and Sunday school teacher for many years. Every child that she taught became one of her kids. She enjoyed shopping, cooking, and spending time with her grandbabies and family. She would always make sure she was at every ballgame that her grandkids had. Memaw was their number one fan. She made sure she was at church every time the doors opened.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Easter and Bennie Harris.
Survivors include: her husband of 47 years, Bobby Simmons; two sons, Stephen Simmons (fiancée Cindy Turman) and Dale (Marissa) Simmons; four grandchildren: Lela Simmons, Justin Bankston, Makenna and Brayden Simmons; one brother, Phil (Marba) Harris; sister-in-law, Francine Crook of Brewton, AL; a very special niece she loved like a daughter, Tena Dunson; her church family at Ebenezer Church; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Trahan Family Funeral Home of Milton, 6539 Trammel Dr., Milton is in charge of arrangements.
Visitation will be held Monday, July 24, 2017 from 6-9 pm at Trahan Family Funeral Home in Milton. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 2:00 pm at her other home, Ebenezer Church in Jay, FL with Brother Bobby Carnley officiating. Burial will follow at Elizabeth Chapel Cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be Ira Jones, Wesley Rutherford, Morgan Kimbrough, Joey Cook, David Deese, and Reggie Odom.
Honorary pallbearers will be John Doyle Atkins, Willie Phiffer, Don Salter, Ray Morris, Dan Mullins, Earl Crook, Mike Donahoe, Zach Carnely, Colby Odom, Jay Carnley
The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to ACTS Ebenezer Youth Group at Ebenezer Church, in memory of Janis Simmons.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

JUNCTION: County Road 197 (the book)

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MILD ADVENTURE FOR THE ARMCHAIR RURALIST 
also known as  JUNCTION: COUNTY ROAD 197.

READ online or download the PDF files to read offline. This blog will also include "post script" information to fill in the details of some of the chapters and also to follow up with information on the lives of those mentioned in the stories.



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Thursday, July 06, 2017

INDEPENDENCE -- that day


The greatest Generation
My dad, J. Lee Campbell was first cousin to a bunch of Campbell's -- children of my great uncle, Cuyler Campbell. My grandfather (Cuyler's brother)  was Jim Campbell. My dad was James Lee and my brother is James Edward II (after grandpa).

In a small community like ours - in Chumuckla, Florida - the family ties are THICK and stretch back in these woods for a couple hundred years. 

So first cousins are almost like siblings and even second cousins are bonded by family lore and heritage and usually geographical proximity. It's a family model similar to
The stories get thicker and deeper
thousands across America. You know the people. You know a level of trust you have with few other social networks in your world.

But even so -- you begin to lose clarity of lineage as the families expand and your second cousins have grand-kids.  The names begin to blur.  In my case, I have to refresh my memory every year. It gets embarrassing to ask some of the now twenty-something cousins what their name is -- AGAIN.

It helps to ask who their mom or grandma is.  I am going to have to write up a family tree chart.

picture time
But, beyond the embarrassment I find myself increasingly amazed at the younger generation. They are following their dreams in all manner of fields.  Engineers, Medicine, Psychology, Educators, Farmers and business people.  Many are very advanced degrees.

Some of the twenties generation are still in school and the little ones are just getting started.  The talent and power of these independent people - as a family -- and as individuals is a gift to America - and to the next generation to follow them ! I am amazed.



America
The gathering every INDEPENDENCE DAY at
the barn in Chumuckla is a tradition for the Cuyler and Bessie  Campbell descendants for decades.

My brother Jim and I take advantage of every opportunity to soak up this bit of heritage that comes alive in this place every July. It is something to savor.

All Sizes of cousins
The fish are mullet caught by one of the cousins, Joe - who lives in Alabama. He used a cast net to take in a haul out of the Perdido Bay.  He cleaned them. His daughter often helps. Another cousin, David, cooked them.  Another fried up the hush puppies.


There was a pot luck table full of more food.  So many farmers are involved it is expected that every bounty the earth can provide will be laid out for discerning tastes.


 And it was. And it was good.   Very good.   
                                                      In America last Tuesday.

Generational Exchange

Generations Helping Hands

Enough to feed Coxie's Army
Joe caught the mullet and he eats the mullet

My brother, Jim can tell a story so it seems

The youngster here comes from a strong mold

A family within the family -
It is Sharon's barn but Ronnie is down from NC







There were a lot more cousins here
but they are shared in a private family
album.  Must have been 20 smaller kids
and then everybody under 60 is the younger
folks. The ones over 80 are getting old
and the ones over 90 are
simply superhuman.

My Brother, Jim - Retired from reserves as a Navy Captain. Our cousin, Clay who was here retired an Army Colonel. The BIRD on either collar is the the same. It is an American Bird.

an INDEPENDENT BIRD





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Friday, April 14, 2017

Gerald Kilpatrick. 1941 - 2017

December 16, 1941 – April 13, 2017


Gerald “Jerry” Olen Kilpatrick, 75, of Chumuckla, Florida, passed away peacefully in his home on Thursday, April 13, 2017.

Jerry was born on December 16, 1941, in Chumuckla, Florida, and lived there his entire life. He graduated from Chumuckla K-12 School, and worked at American Cyanamid/Cytec and then at Griswold Farms upon retiring. 

Jerry was a devoted husband, a doting father, and an adoring grandfather and great-grandfather. A naturally gifted storyteller, he was blessed with the gift of gab and never knew a stranger. He was a good-natured jokester who always wore a welcoming smile and induced hearty laughs from everyone in his presence. He was generous of himself and his time and he was always willing to the go the extra mile to lend a helping hand wherever one was needed. Jerry was a kind and tenderhearted man who was deeply loved, genuinely respected, and sincerely admired; he will be missed by all those who were blessed to know him. 

Jerry is preceded in death by his father and mother, Willie Allen and Myrtle Mae Kilpatrick; his brother, Rodney Herbert Kilpatrick; and his nephew, Herbert Ryan Kilpatrick.

He is survived by his wife, Tryllis Kilpatrick; his children, Karla and Robert Germann, Allen and Angie Kilpatrick, Alana and Gordon Howell, Chris Huggins, and Tim Huggins; his grandchildren, Adam and Richelle, Keith and Hannah, Brandon and Bonita, Casey and Rachel, Damon and Alisha, Nolan and Morgan, Mitchell and Magan, Hannah, and Haley; his great-grandchildren, Alana, Braydan, Kelsen, Leland, Jase, Mali, Tambrey, Trace, Tucker, Madison, Braydon, Bristol, and Lincoln; and his nieces, Renee and Rhonda.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at Chumuckla Community Church with Pastor Tom Sharron and Donnie Sowell officiating. Interment will follow in Elizabeth Chapel Community Cemetery. Lewis Funeral Home, Pace, directing. 

The family will receive friends for visitation from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at Chumuckla Community Church.

Jerry’s family is honored to have his grandsons serving as his pallbearers: Damon and Nolan Frady, Adam and Keith Germann, and Brandon and Casey Kilpatrick.

Serving as honorary pallbearers will be Cliff Creel, Adam and Ben Ellison, Paul and Tyler Griswold, Chris and Tim Huggins, and Darrell Paul. 

The family wishes to extend a sincere thank you to Dr. Sunnenberg, Nancy Hatcher, and the oncology nurses at Sacred Heart Hospital.

Continue to Gerald's Online Memorial Tribute

Lewis Funeral Home Website

Obituary Listings for Lewis Funeral Home

Lewis Funeral Home
6405 Highway 90 West
Milton, FL United States
32570

Phone: 850-623-2243

Monday, April 10, 2017

Veronica Waters. 1965 - 2017

Veronica Ann Waters

1965 - 2017

Veronica Ann Waters, 51, passed away Tuesday, April 4, 2017.

Veronica was born in Milton, FL and resided in Chumuckla, FL all of her life. 

She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Luvenia and Denis Nelson and Juanita and Harry Howell.

Veronica is survived by: daughter, Ashley (Christopher) Frobenius of Chumuckla, FL; son, Nicholas Waters (Dana Blackmon) of Jay, FL; grandson, Grant Frobenius; mother, Ann (Roger) Cobb of Jay FL; sister, Regina (David) Kelley of Chumuckla; brother, Marcus (Stacy) Brannon of Chumuckla and a host of relatives and friends.

Visitation will be from 1:00 p.m. until funeral service begins at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at Chumuckla Community Church (formerly Elizabeth Chapel) with Earle Greene officiating.

Pallbearers will be Scott English, Todd Watson, JR Enfinger, Tim Smith, Justin Conner, Victor Dixon, Steve Bozeman and Sammy Jo Howell.

Trahan Family Funeral Home of Milton is in charge of arrangements.

Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits


Published in Pensacola News Journal on Apr. 9, 2017

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Bobby Waters. 1961-2017

http://www.trahanfamilyfuneralhome.com/book-of-memories/2896194/Waters-Bobby/obituary.php

Bobby R. Waters
1961 - 2017

Bobby Ray Waters, 55, passed away Tuesday, April 4, 2017.

Bobby was born in Conecuh County, AL and had been a resident of Chumuckla, FL for 32 years.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Geraldine Johnson and Gene Waters and brother, Eddie Waters.

Bobby is survived by his daughter, Ashley (Christopher) Frobenius of Chumuckla, FL; son, Nicholas Waters (Dana Blackmon) of Jay, FL; grandson, Grant Frobenius; sisters, Brenda Fox, Linda Baggett and Joan Johnson; brother, Tommy Waters and a host of relatives and friends.

Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. until funeral service begins at 11:00 a.m., Monday, April 10, 2017 at Chumuckla Community Church (formerly Elizabeth Chapel) with Brother E. J. Waters officiating.


Saturday, March 25, 2017

Clarence Ray Cook 1940-2017



Clarence Ray Cook, age 76, of the Chumuckla community, went home to be with his Lord on March 24, 2017. 

Clarence was a native and lifelong resident of Chumuckla and was of the Pentecostal faith. He will be remembered for his love of family, his friends, music, car racing, and gardening.
He was preceded in death by: His wife, Rosalind Pinckard Cook; His parents, Roy W. and Edith Cook; and one brother, Leon Cook.

He is survived by: His son, Scottie Cook (Melissa); One granddaughter, Rosalind Parker; One grandson, Calvin Cook (Kassi); One great-grandson, Wyatt Parker; Two sisters, Voncille Grant and Marie Cook (Otis); Two brothers, Eddie Cook (Laura) and Winston Cook; Three brothers-in-law, Flynn Pinckard (Naomi), Tharold Pinckard (Sharon), and Jack Pinckard (Anne); Several nieces and nephews; Special friend, Robbie Cook and her son, Chris Nicholas. 
The family will receive friends from 10:00 a.m. until funeral service begins at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Chumuckla Community Church. Rev. Landon Willis will officiate with burial at Elizabeth Chapel Community Cemetery.