Remembering Roe: Celebrating the 38th Annv. of Roe v. Wade

In 1623, English duplicity took a celebrated turn when they poisoned the wine at a peace conference with the Pamunkey, which killed 200 natives. The English then engaged in their first reported scalping, of another 50 Pamunkey killed in an ambush. After Opechancanough’s failed strategy of surprise annihilation, it was open season on the natives. In 1644, Opechancanough was nearly a hundred years old and he mounted one last attack on the invaders, but by that time the Pamunkey were little more than nuisances to the vastly more numerous and heavily armed English. In 1646, Opechancanough was captured, chained, and put on display at Jamestown, where an English soldier, who was guarding him and thought him too prideful in his captivity, shot him to death.

Roe v. Wade Anniversary Event in Orange County

Protect Choice coalition is hosting a celebration of the 38th anniversary of the landmark Roe v

Roe v. Wade | Eradicate: Blotting Out God in America

Mildred Anne (Wade) Chastain, 87, Mitchell, died Saturday. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Friday at Chastain Funeral Home & Cremation Center. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Freedom Cemetery. Arrangements by Chastain Funeral Home & Cremation Center in Mitchell.

TAKING AIM AT ROE V. WADE - The Washington Post

Norma McCorvey, the woman “Jane Roe” who was the plaintiff in the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that found a legal right to abortion, died on Saturday at the age of 69.

5th Annual Roe v Wade Anniversary Show and NWL ..

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Born: April 28, 1931
Passed: July 22, 2015
Marvin Lloyd Hunt was born April 28th 1931 and passed away July 22, 2015. He was the youngest son of Harry and Glennie Hunt. Predeceased by his parents and In-laws Ernest and Louise Roe, wife Doris Hunt(Roe), son Bruce Hunt, Daughters Diane (Sandul), Glenda and grandson Byron. His sisters Marjorie Gallagher, Ella Sloan, Evelyn Robinson, Irene Eckert and brothers Norman Hunt, John Hunt and George Hunt. Marvin leaves behind his friend and close companion Ila Sawchyn, son Blair and his wife Doreen, son Darcy and his wife Kathy, daughter Patti and her husband Chris (Halldorson), daughter Barb Hunt and Ernie Samuelson along with 16 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Marvin was best known for his hunting and trapping abilities, endless storytelling and his willingness to help others. He was a man of honour and will be missed by all. Forever in our hearts, Dad. The family would like to take this opportunity to thank those who attended the funeral services, shared stories and gave support during this time. Thank you!

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Born: August 19, 1973
Passed: August 22, 2008
Jimmy was born Aug. 19, 1973 in Bonnyville, AB to Jim and Judy.
God took him home Aug. 22, 2008 in Slave Lake, AB at the age of 35 years.
Funeral services were held at The Gathering Place Aug. 27, 2008 in Slave Lake, AB with Reverend Gilbert Connors officiating.
Readings were read by cousin Ryan Bardoel of Slave Lake and special Aunt Brenda Wyness of Dewberry, AB.
The eulogy was done beautifully by sister Jeanine Parsons of Calgary, AB, sharing and remembering the activities that her brother loved to do. She told of how Jim held his love close to his heart for the ones that were so dear to him.
Jim’s sport was a game called hockey. He could put the puck in the net but also spent many minutes in the penalty box.
His greatest pasttime was fishing and hunting with family and friends and had the greatest joy for sitting around the largest camp fire ever, reminiscing about the past events or that days happenings.
Jim’s passion in life at a very young age was to work. His greatest desire was to drive truck and one day to own his own.
He worked for many different companies through his life that involved trucks. He was in his glory, it didn’t matter if he was hauling logs, large equipment, gravel or just sand, this is what he loved to do.
His dream came true in 1998, he owned his own truck, named his company Moonlight Trucking and went hauling oil for Gibsons. The second truck came and then the third. He was going to have a fleet all colors of the rainbow. But the dream was to end. In Dec. 2001 he was diagnosed with cancer. From that day he fought back, never giving up.
Marsha Ryan and Jim were married April 12, 2003. James, Bailee, Kailee and Reed became a family.
Jim, Marsha, Bailee, Kailee and Reed moved to Slave Lake in Aug. 2003 from Athabasca. Again Jim went to work driving truck.
The celebration of Jim’s life was shown through power point with music that Jim enjoyed, which was put together and shown by Vickie and Jason Wiebe.
Outside The Gathering Place Ryan Bardoel (C. Herman Trucking), John Wakefield, Ron Cuthbert, Fred Skrynyk started the engines to get ready for the last send off. Jim had his last ride in his work truck with his family by his side. As the Big Rigs rolled out of the parking lot, Reed blew the horn and they were off, to join numerous family and friends at the Elks Hall where a luncheon was ready and prepared by Diana Kent and Michelle Bolton.
Jim will be lovingly remembered and missed by wife Marsha; children James, Bailee, Kailee and Reed; parents Jim and Judy Green; brother Jason (Trisha); sister Jeanine (Ryan) Parsons of Calgary; brother Jeffrey (Jamie) Jethro, Jagger and Jerzie; grandparents Jim and Mary Green of Calgary; Margaret Bardoel of Clandonald; in-laws Mel and Judy Ryan; Stacee (Paul) Jordan, Randall, Becca Weber of Athabasca, Carla (Denis) Shaila, Aimee, Ryan Holub of Airdrie.

Fringe Benefits – livin' on the fringe and lovin' it

Dobson, you have joined Scalia and other heroes of the pro-life community, rejecting God's enduring com­mand, Do Not Murder, as the most fundamental and inviolable of all legal principles, preferring instead relativism based upon ever-changing "precedent."

On February 24, 2006, you wrote in re­sponse to these concerns that were posted at KGOV .com, and it grieves us to even repeat this, but you actually defended decisions of judges who rule to kill the innocent, as long as they bow to process.