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William Foster, 88, of Armstrong died at 2:15 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015, at Country Health Care & Rehab, Gifford. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at Brown-Alkire Funeral Home, 309 E. Washington St., Hoopeston. (Rantoul Press)
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Alkire, who has owned and operated the Brown-Alkire Funeral Home in Hoopeston for more than 35 years, recently sold the funeral home to Matt Blurton, owner of Wolfe-Blurton Funeral Homes in Hoopeston and Potomac. The funeral home had its start in 1901 when ... (Newsbug Information)
Friends may visit with the family from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, at Brown-Alkire Funeral Home, 309 E. Washington St., Hoopeston. Funeral services ... and was an avid Cubs fan and Illinois basketball fan. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy ... (Paxton Record)
... he became a partner with Robert Alkire in the Brown-Alkire Funeral Home in Hoopeston, where he remained until his retirement in 1997. Dale was a licensed Funeral Director in the State of Illinois for over 50 years. His compassion and dedication to ... (The News-Gazette)
What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...
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