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Articles from May 13, 2016

$20 Concert Deals at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Sale Friday
Live Nation's second annual National Concert Day May 3 brings a slew of $20 concerts, and here they are. Lawn tickets to these shows at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre are available for $20 through May 20 (while supplies last):May 21: PointfestJune 3:...
Americans Up to Third in Group after Beating France at Hockey World Championships
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia * The United States moved a step closer to qualifying for the quarterfinals of the hockey world championship by beating France 4-0 Thursday.The Americans, who were coming off a loss to Finland, have a 2-2 record and ended the day...
AndersonPonty Band Brings Together Jon Anderson, Jean-Luc Ponty for New Sounds
Singer Jon Anderson first connected with musician Jean-Luc Ponty in 1977 when they were both invested in their respective careers. Despite mutual admiration, they only performed together spottily throughout the decades.But these days the pair, consisting...
Avoiding Stairs in Fire Drill Gets out of Hand in High-Rise
Dear Abby * I am the building manager of a high-rise office building. Every year we perform a fire alarm test to determine that all our fire alarm systems work properly. Employees in the building must evacuate in a timely manner.Two years ago, a very...
Bentley's Pet Stuff Chain Opening 8 St. Louis Area Stores
Bentley's Pet Stuff, a Chicago-based pet retailer, plans to enter the St. Louis market by opening eight stores this year.The privately owned company said the stores will open in Creve Coeur, Chesterfield, Olivette, Wentzville and Kirkwood.The retailer...
Best Bets: Ellie Goulding, HealthWorks! Kids' Museum, 'Jersey Boys' and More
FRIDAY'Rockin' for the Miner's 3: Sound the Alarm!'When 6:30-11 p.m. May 13 * Where VFW Post 5691, 1234 Vandalia Street, Collinsville * How much $5-$10 * More info historicminersinstitute.orgFundraising efforts continue to renovate Collinsville's Miner's Theatre,...
Business Calendar
TUESDAYTAX STRATEGIES * The St. Louis Association of Health Underwriters hosts this seminar on business tax strategies for insurance and financial professionals.* 8 a.m. 10:30 a.m., Lodge of Des Peres, 1050 Des Peres Road, Des Peres* $20 for members,...
Business Digest
Spire prices new shares * The parent company of Laclede Gas announced Thursday morning it priced its public offering of 1.9 million additional shares at $63.05.St. Louis-based Spire, which recently changed its name from the Laclede Group, closed Thursday...
California Dreaming: Clinton Sees Big Win, Sanders an Upset
LOS ANGELES * With the primary season's biggest prize in play, Hillary Clinton has fashioned a strategy to reprise her 2008 victory in California when she defeated Barack Obama by running up big margins with Hispanics and women. Bernie Sanders is hoping...
Cards Muscle Up for Sweep of Angels
ANAHEIM, Calif.* The start was not what the Cardinals or Adam Wainwright desired, and the finish Thursday was almost as ugly as they could imagine.All the offense in between overcame both.Matt Holliday homered twice and reached base five times as the Cardinals...
Chelsea Handler Takes Control on Netflix
Chelsea Handler's brain needed a kickstart. It had been two years since she traded jabs with on-set comedians and guests with her E! talk show, "Chelsea Lately."The question was where to get the kick and what form it would take.Handler's solution came...
Chip Cards Slap U.S. Merchants with Unexpected Higher Debit Fees (Print Only)
Wal-Mart Stores' lawsuit this week against Visa over how debit transactions are verified is casting a spotlight on an issue that's been plaguing U.S. retailers since they began accepting European- style chip cards last year.Some merchants have seen their...
Day Ties Mark with 63 to Lead Players Championship
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. * Jason Day created a far better memory Thursday than his last round at the TPC Sawgrass. Not only was he 18 shots better, the world's No. 1 player tied the course record with a 9-under 63 that gave him a two-shot lead in The...
Digest
ST. LOUIS COUNTY > Middle school to add sixth-grade classes * Berkeley Middle School will add sixth-grade classes beginning in the fall, in a change approved by the Ferguson-Florissant School Board on Wednesday night.The district's other middle schools,...
Digest
Lawsuits over transgenders won't block school fundsNorth Carolina won't lose billions in federal education money while the U.S. Department of Justice and state leaders spar over House Bill 2 in court, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday.The...
Digest
UN is bearish on global economyThe United Nations lowered its forecast for the world economy on Thursday, painting a bleak picture of stagnating growth with little prospect for a turnaround this year. The U.N. report on the World Economic Situation and...
DIGEST: Russia, Kenya Track Teams Could Miss Olympics
Russia, Kenya track teams could miss OlympicsTogether, Russia and Kenya won 27 medals at the last Olympics in track and field. Their total at the next one could be zero.The Olympic hopes of the powerhouse teams from both countries took serious blows...
Editorial: FBI Director Mistakes Videos as a Cause of Crime
FBI Director James Comey seemingly has his finger on the pulse of American law enforcement and understands what's driving current crime trends. Why, then, does he keep making the unfounded assertion that a sharp increase in homicides nationwide is because...
Editorial: Harris-Stowe President Should Focus on Safety and Academic Achievement
A lack of revenue is among the enormous challenges facing historically black colleges around the country, but inadequate finances is no excuse for the kinds of lapses evident at Harris- Stowe State University.The midtown university's failure to have...
E.J. Dionne: The GOP's Maddening Trump Conundrum
CHICAGO * "No modern precedent exists for the revival of a party so badly defeated, so intensely discredited, and so essentially split as the Republican Party is today."Thus wrote George Gilder and Bruce Chapman in "The Party that Lost its Head," after...
Emoticons Don't Make Social Media Rudeness Any Less Hurtful
Dear Miss Manners * On social media, a person will say something that is rude and then add a "haha" or the term "LOL" at the end, to claim that it was only a joke.An example is my cousin being told that she has "gained a few pounds since high school,...
Ferguson Loses Three More Cases against Protesters
FERGUSON * A St. Louis County judge has ruled against the city of Ferguson in three cases that stemmed from arrests when protesters gathered after a prayer vigil outside the Police Department on Aug. 11, 2014, following the shooting death of Michael...
Fishing Report 5/13/16
Baldwin * Catfish good on the north end using cut bait; bluegill are coming on using worms; bass fair in deep water using crankbaits and spinners; crappie fair using minnows and jigs.Busch Area * Lake 33: Water temperature is 63 degrees, normal and clear....
Flower Fight: The Scandalous $45 Million Little Petunia Case
Forget for a minute that the flower industry sells beauty and fragrance. Underneath its elegance is a business as cutthroat as Game of Thrones with mulch.Take the case of the Candy Bouquet, a pretty, magenta-and-yellow flower that resembles a petunia....
Government Says He's Dead, but Man Insists He's Very Alive
LINCOLN, Neb. * A man in Nebraska says he's not dead, despite what the Social Security Administration has said.The man, Chuck Zellers, learned of his demise in March after his Social Security deposit was removed from his bank account while he and his...
Hitchcock's Speech Inspires Blues
Finding out the exact nature of an injury in hockey beyond the limited upper- and lower-body descriptions can be difficult. But comparatively, a player would volunteer the news that he fractured the fifth metatarsal in his left foot before he would...
'Illogical' or Not, John Corey Whaley Connects with Teens
The hero in "Highly Illogical Behavior" has a small world. Since he stopped going to school, Solomon doesn't leave his house. He usually doesn't even venture into the backyard.It's only John Corey Whaley's third book for young adult readers, but the...
Japanese Welcome Obama Visit to Hiroshima, Apology or Not
TOKYO * After being taught that atomic bombs are inhumane and terrible, high school student Kaho Matsuki's first reaction when she heard U.S. President Barack Obama would visit the atomic-bombed city of Hiroshima was that he should apologize for America's...
Jobless Claims Hit 14-Month High; Analysts Blame Verizon Strike
WASHINGTON * The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose last week to a more than one-year high, but economists blamed striking telecommunications workers for the surge and said the data did not signal a deterioration in the overall...
Jodie Foster Does What She Can with 'Money Monster'
Lee Gates, the main man in the complex thriller "Money Monster," plays a popular stock specialist on live television, telling viewers what to buy, sell or hold. He looks and acts like the classic stereotype of a Wall Street whiz on TV $5,000 suit, winning...
Judge Sides with House Republicans against Health Care Law
WASHINGTON * In a setback for the Affordable Care Act, a federal judge ruled Thursday that the administration was unconstitutionally subsidizing medical bills for millions of people while ignoring congressional power over government spending.The ruling...
Judge Upholds Abortion License of Planned Parenthood Clinic in Columbia
JEFFERSON CITY * A Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia can keep its abortion license after the state health department tried to revoke it last year under what a federal judge called "political intimidation."U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey in a...
Law & Order
CEDAR HILL > Smoker dies in mobile home fire * Investigators with the state fire marshal's office say a mobile home fire Thursday morning that killed a man in Cedar Hill was caused by smoking.Cedar Hill Fire Chief Terry Soer said the victim was about...
Low Body Weight Treatment Should Begin with Finding Cause
Dear Dr. Roach * In January 2014 during my yearly physical, my doctor noted my low body weight for a male of 27 in good health. In an effort to help me gain weight, he prescribed megestrol. Three months later, I realized it was affecting my sexual performance...
'Man Who Knew Infinity' Adds Up to a Fine Film
Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel) has a knack for numbers. All he has to do is look at a blackboard, and formulas appear in his head fully formed and with a systematic logic that he believes is indisputable. There's a hint of the miraculous in Ramanujan's relationship...
Massive Halfway House near Downtown St. Louis to Remain Open despite Crime Complaints
ST. LOUIS * Monte Lynch's freedom didn't last long.Lynch arrived in St. Louis in March to finish a six-year robbery sentence at a massive halfway house near downtown. Last week, he slipped away and, police allege, robbed two Clayton banks. By last Thursday...
McDermott Continues Soccer Broadcasting Marathon
McDermott continues on-air soccer marathonBill McDermott keeps on kicking.The St. Louisan recently began his 44th season of soccer broadcasting, believed to be the longest run by any American announcer in the sport.He's providing analysis, alongside...
Media Views: Mounting TV Woes Dampen Blues Fans' Fun
The Blues are on their best playoff run in a decade and a half, but instead of rejoicing after a couple recent big victories some of their fans have been cursing. And the vile attitude has nothing to do with announcers, commercials or starting times....
Medical Research Roundup (Print Only)
Following is a list of some of the medical research grants awarded to scientists in the area.ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITYSCHOOL OF MEDICINEScientists * Thomas Burris, chair of pharmacology and physiology, and John K. Walker, assistant professor of pharmacology...
Messenger: Highlight of This Year's St. Louis Workforce Report? 'Made in Kansas'
Every summer St. Louis business leaders gather for an event put on by St. Louis Community College to hear a report about the state of the local workforce.The report contains important statistical analysis that policymakers use to devise strategies to...
Mizzou Graduate Assistants Sue the University, Want Recognition for Union
University of Missouri-Columbia graduate assistants have filed a lawsuit against the school's Board of Curators in an attempt to be recognized as employees under state law.Graduate assistants are students pursuing advanced degrees. They are either paid...
Mizzou's Cox Faces Busy Summer Leading Up to Olympics
Brian Smith was early in his career as wrestling coach at the University of Missouri when he first met 4-year-old J'den Cox.Cox's older brothers were practicing with the Columbia Wrestling Club at Hearnes Center and his parents were active in the organization....
MLB Notes: Royals Alter Rotation Due to Injuries
The Kansas City Royals needed to revamp their rotation Thursday after putting struggling starters Chris Young and Kris Medlen on the 15-day disabled list.An MRI on Wednesday determined Young had a strained right forearm, and Medlen has right rotator...
MLB Roundup: Rupp's Three-Run Double Lifts Phillies over Braves
Cameron Rupp hit a three-run double with two outs in the 10th inning, and the visiting Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 7-4 after blowing a four-run lead on Thursday night.Rupp had been 3 for 22 on the trip and was hitless in four at- bats...
Monsanto Finds Itself in the Uncomfortable Role of Takeover Target
*A jump in Monsanto shares after reports Bayer is interested in acquiring the company suggests the deal makes sense, but Bayer is likely to have to take on considerable debt to complete a deal.*Bloomberg reported Bayer is in talks to take over Monsanto, while...
Monsanto Is in Strong Position to Reject Buyout Overtures
In a remarkable case of predator becoming prey, Monsanto is being discussed as a target of the takeover wave it helped spark a year ago.Before Monsanto made a run at Swiss company Syngenta, the world of corporate agriculture looked stable. Six seed and...
MSD Plans to Use Explosives in Ladue for New Sewer
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District plans to blast as deep as 30 feet below ground in Ladue for a new trunk sewer along Deer Creek.Currently, there are seven sewer pipes that pour sewage into Deer Creek in events of heavy rain, Ed Sweet, a design...
Nathan, Dr. Peter E. Dr. Peter E. Nathan
Nathan, Dr. Peter E. Dr. Peter E. Nathan, a pioneering researcher whose studies demonstrated the power of psychological interventions to treat alcoholism and other substance abuse, died on May 8 in Iowa City, Iowa, after a brief illness. He was 81. At...
Nissan Takes 34 Percent Stake in Scandal-Hit Mitsubishi Motors
TOKYO * Nissan Motor Co. is investing 237 billion yen, or $2.2 billion, to take a 34 percent stake in scandal-ridden Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in what Nissan Chief Carlos Ghosn said is "a win-win" deal intended to repeat the success of his Nissan-Renault...
Ortiz: Hitchcock Deserves Credit for Blues' Playoff Run
It seems almost ridiculous now that many folks doubted whether coach Ken Hitchcock was the right man to continue leading the Blues.On the eve of Wednesday night's Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals, many so-called hockey experts believed that...
'Paycheck Protection' Veto Override Fails in Missouri Senate
JEFFERSON CITY * Senators voted not to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a so-called "paycheck protection" measure Thursday night.After a roughly four-hour filibuster by Democrats Thursday night, the vote fell one vote shy of a two-thirds majority, 22-10....
People
Sale of Zimmerman's weapon holsteredAn online gun auction website said Thursday that it wanted no part in a plan by former Florida neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman to sell the pistol he used to kill unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin.A...
People in Business
First State Bank of St. Charles named Janet Sears as business development officer and branch manager.Precoat Metals hired Kat Gowins as quality manager for its St. Louis plant.Danna McKitrick P.C. added associates Katherine M. Flett and Brian C. Zaldivar.Borgmeyer...
Political Fix
From our online report on politics and government. STLtoday.com/ politicalfixLegislature passes more municipal court reform * Round 2 of a push to crack down on the state's much-maligned municipal court system is heading to the governor's desk.In a proposal...
Pope Says He's Willing to Study Whether Women Can Be Deacons
VATICAN CITY * Pope Francis said Thursday that he was willing to set up a commission to study whether women can be deacons in the Catholic Church, signaling openness to letting women serve in ordained ministry currently reserved to men.Francis agreed...
Prescription Monitoring Hits Roadblock in Missouri Senate
JEFFERSON CITY * The debate over prescription drug monitoring in Missouri could be over for the year as opponents stalled a vote in the state Senate on Thursday.With time running low before the Legislature is forced to adjourn Friday, it's unclear whether...
Programs for the Disabled in St. Louis Face Abrupt Funding Cuts
ST. LOUIS * The bad news about funding cuts from the St. Louis Office of Developmental Disabilities Resources arrived in people's inboxes on Monday.Agencies that serve the city's developmentally disabled learned that their share of a fund supported by...
Providing Justice for Juveniles in St. Louis County
Long before Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, long before the Ferguson Commission was convened, the U.S. Department of Justice opened an investigation into a court system in St. Louis County that has received very little public attention the St....
Psst: In World Chess, St. Louis Has the Championship Team
When a child is found to have a prodigious talent, it's sometimes the parents, ironically, who are the last to recognize it. St. Louis is a little like that.And it is, perhaps, a part of our charm.It was only in 2008 that a small group of people joined...
Public Schools Must Allow Transgender Restroom Choice
WASHINGTON * Public schools must permit transgender students to use restrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity, according to a directive from the administration of President Barack Obama issued amid a court fight between the federal government...
Pujols Says Molina Could Retire as 'Best Defensive Catcher Ever'
ANAHEIM, Calif. *An unapologetic fan of the catcher he watched and helped grow into one of the game's best at his position, Albert Pujols echoed others when he suggested that Yadier Molina could be a Hall of Famer by the time his career ends.Molina won...
Q&A: Kip Moore Talks Good Music, Good Fans and Merle Haggard
UPDATED with additional materialWhen Kip Moore takes the stage Friday night, he'll be fresh off a series of April shows in the United Kingdom. Not only did the shows sell out, some were moved to larger venues to accommodate the demand.What's the difference...
Q&A: Snarky Puppy Gets Back to Itself on New Album
Eclectic instrumental band Snarky Puppy just kicked off its new tour with a set at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. On Monday, the band that has played with Erykah Badu, Lalah Hathaway, Kirk Franklin and Justin Timberlake performs at the Ready...
Raasch: Anatomy of a DC Circus
WASHINGTON * All the many players were there.Inside the Ronald Reagan Conference Center, behind a line of yellow police tape, a handful of United States senators, including Missouri's Roy Blunt, were meeting Thursday with that lightning rod of a likely...
Rhoades Continues Investigation into Mizzou Softball
COLUMBIA, MO. * In his first public comments since the Missouri softball team announced a protest against him and his administration, MU athletics director Mack Rhoades said his ongoing investigation into coach Ehren Earleywine's program has been fair and...
Sarandon Is a Charmer in 'The Meddler'
Marnie (Susan Sarandon) is a widow with no financial worries and plenty of time on her hands but she's anything but idle. She's constantly calling to check on her daughter Lori (Rose Byrne), a screenwriter who hasn't gotten over being dumped by a movie...
School Once Meant Isolation. Now, an Autistic Graduate Is 'The Mayor' of Parkway West High
CHESTERFIELD * It's lunch period at Parkway West High School and Holt Priest, a senior known as "the Mayor," enters the cafeteria to begin what has been his daily ritual since August.He arranges seven chairs around a table near the windows. He exchanges...
Sears CEO Says Fixing Company as Difficult as Closing Gitmo
Getting long-struggling Sears to stop bleeding cash has been about as easy as closing the U.S. military prison in Cuba, according to Chief Executive Edward Lampert.Speaking at the company's annual shareholders meeting Wednesday, Lampert compared his...
Series Preview: Cardinals at Dodgers
SCOUTING REPORT * Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha had his start moved up a day and will pitch against a college teammate and former roommate Ross Stripling. The Dodgers selected Stripling in the fifth round of the 2012 draft four rounds after Wacha...
Sharks Rout Preds, Advance to Face Blues in Conference Finals
Captain Joe Pavelski and the rest of San Jose's big guns took little time to answer the questions about how this version of the Sharks would respond after a lackluster loss in a potential series clincher.Pavelski got host San Jose off to a fast start...
Standard Brewing Co. Is a Standard-Issue Brewpub at Best
I kept staring at the cheese.The cheese in question cheddar, according to the menu; sharp cheddar, to be precise sat atop the Standard Burger ($9) at Standard Brewing Co. The kitchen had plated the burger open-faced so I could arrange its lettuce,...
Steve-O Successfully Swaps Stunts for Stand-Up
Fans of the "Jackass" franchise are fully aware of the high jinks Steve-O brings to the table like his classic bit with a stapler and a sensitive body part.But Steve-O may surprise some fans who are unaware of what he's up to nowadays; he's doing stand-up...
Stillman Gushes with Praise for His Blues
Amid the many people coming and going in the Blues' locker room after Wednesday night's 6-1 win over Dallas in Game 7 were two people who have worked behind the scenes to put the team in this position.Owner Tom Stillman and partner Don Lux shared handshakes...
St. Louis Artist Cbabi Bayoc Remembers His Unique Brush with Prince
Not many artists in St. Louis or elsewhere have bragging rights like Cbabi Bayoc.An original painting by Bayoc famously appeared on the cover of Prince's 2001 album "The Rainbow Children."Bayoc didn't even have to paint anything especially for Prince...
St. Mary's Opens Eyes by Starting District with Victory against Affton
AFFTON * The St. Mary's baseball team doesn't look like much on paper.But to Dragons coach Tony Dattoli, the youth-laden team that took some lumps while playing a tough schedule has grown beyond what anyone else may see."Our strength of schedule is tremendous,"...
Summer Concerts: Coldplay, Paul McCartney, Dixie Chicks, 5 Seconds of Summer, Selena Gomez
Must-see show:Coldplay, July 21, Scottrade CenterIt's been way too long, fellas.Must-see pop:Gwen Stefani, Aug. 10, Hollywood Casino AmphitheatreStefani is proving her stuff is still bananas B-A-N-A-N-A-S.Must-see country:Chris Stapleton, June 30, Fox...
Suspended Brazil Leader Blasts Critics; Fill-In Urges Unity
BRASILIA, Brazil * Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff vowed Thursday to use "all legal means" to fight her permanent ouster in an impeachment trial, raising the specter of continued political turmoil as acting leader Michel Temer tries to rescue...
Tell the FDA What You Fear More: Zika, or GMO Mosquitoes?
MIAMI * What are you more afraid of, the Zika virus or genetically engineered insects being released in the wild?You have until the end of Friday to make your opinion known as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers whether to approve an effort...
Thunder Eliminate Spurs to Earn Meeting with Warriors
The Thunder flipped the script, and now they're heading to the Western Conference finals.Tim Duncan doesn't know yet where he's headed as the San Antonio Spurs face an uncertain future.Kevin Durant scored 37 points, Russell Westbrook added 28, and host...
Topgolf Entertainment Complex Is Coming to Chesterfield
Topgolf, the Dallas-based operator of golf-related entertainment complexes, plans to open a new facility in Chesterfield, city officials confirmed Thursday.Aimee Nassif, Chesterfield's planning and development director, said the proposed entertainment...
Track and Field Feature
Orchard Farm's pole vaulters often create a buzz.This week, though, they are lucky they didn't get stung.The Eagles' pole vault pit was overtaken by honey bees last week. The busy little bugs built a hive inside the landing mat.Orchard Farm track and...
Trial Ordered for Man Accused of New Florence, Mo., Killing and Four More in Kansas
MONTGOMERY CITY, Mo. * The rifle seized by state troopers from Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino at the end of a 17-hour manhunt was linked by ballistics to the death of a stranger who lived nearby, investigators testified in a hearing Thursday.Associate...
Trump, Ryan, Pledge to Work Together, See End to Rift in GOP
WASHINGTON * Straining to mend their party after months of chaos, Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan declared themselves "totally committed" to working together after a fence-mending personal meeting on Thursday. Ryan praised Trump as "very warm...
U.S. Poultry Workers Forced to Wear Diapers on Job (Print Only)
While concerns about food safety and animal welfare dominate discussions about the perils of the modern food system, there's a downside that many might find just as troubling: the often inhumane conditions people who work in the industry face.A new report...
Voters Will Decide on Voter Photo ID This Year in Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY * Missouri House Republicans voted Thursday to put a proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot later this year requiring photo ID at the polls, but not before Democrats bashed the proposal one last time.The plan has drawn some of...
Weekend Sports on the Air
AUTO RACING7 a.m. Formula One: Spanish Grand Prix, practice, NBCSN9 a.m. XFINITY: Ollie's Bargain Outlet 200, practice, FS110 a.m. Sprint Cup: AAA 400 Drive for Autism, practice, FS111:30 a.m. XFINITY: Ollie's Bargain Outlet 200, final practice, FS11...
What's Up
THIS DAY IN 1863SYMPATHIZERS SENT SOUTHPro-Southerners, including the wife of Confederate Gen. Daniel Frost, are evicted from St. Louis and sent south on the Belle Memphis.EVENTSEMS FAMILY FAIRWhen * 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where * OSF St. Anthony's Health...
Young, Isaac E. Monday
Young, Isaac E.Monday, May 9, 2016. Beloved husband for 62 years of Marilyn Young; father and father-in law of David Young (Jody), Roger Young (Deborah Wenkert), Janet Rodgers (Lee) and Steve Young (Ellen); dearest grandfather of Amye (Dave) Rappe, Sara...
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