Anchorage Obituaries

Anchorage Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Anchorage, AK

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  • 16 hrs ago | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    William (Bill) Toye Colburn

    William Toye Colburn, age 89, formerly of Morristown, NY, died at his home in Anchorage, AK on November 24, 2015 after a brief illness. As a young boy, he explored the streets and boat harbor of Morristown with his brothers and friends.

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  • Friday | via Dayton Daily News 

    SILER, Hobert Berlin

    News Death Notice SILER, Hobert Berlin Age 81 of Fairborn, passed away Wednesday July 27, 2016. He was born December 22, 1934 in Chevrolet, KY, the son of the late Adam and Cora Siler.

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  • Tuesday Jul 26 | via The Times Bulletin 

    Beulah M. Becher

    Beulah M. Becher, 77, of Defiance, passed away on Monday, July 25, 2016, at Twin Rivers Care and Rehabilitation Center in Defiance. She was born on Aug. 14, 1938, in Van Wert, Ohio.

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  • Tuesday Jul 26 | via Hawk Eye 

    Jacqueline Harper Winton

    Born Aug. 17, 1934, in Mount Pleasant, she was the eldest daughter of Jack and Mary Harper of New London.

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  • Friday Jul 22 | via The Janesville Gazette 

    Death notices for July 23, 2016

    George Marion Ingram , 23, formerly of Pontotoc, Mississippi, and Beloit, died Nov. 22, 1952, in a U.S. Air Force plane crash near Anchorage, Alaska. Family and friends will meet at Hansen-Gravitt Funeral Home, Beloit, beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday and proceed to the Veterans Section at Eastlawn Cemetery, Beloit.

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  • Thursday Jul 21 | via The Inter-Mountain 

    Ivan Clyde Bell

    Ivan Clyde Bell, 69, a resident of the Kelly Mountain Road, Elkins, passed away Monday, July 18, 2016, in Davis Medical Center.

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  • Thursday Jul 21 | via The Inter-Mountain 

    Ivan Clyde Bell

    Ivan Clyde Bell, 69, a resident of the Kelly Mountain Road, Elkins, passed away Monday, July 18, 2016, in Davis Medical Center.

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  • Thursday Jul 14 | via Newsday 

    Property owners: Get off my lawn, Pokemon

    This Wednesday, July 13, 2016, photo, shows "Pokemon Go" on a smartphone in front of a church, in San Francisco. As players of the addictive smartphone game "Pokemon Go" traipse around real-world landmarks in pursuit of digital monsters, some ticked-off property owners are asking to have their positions in the game removed.

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  • Thursday Jul 14 | via Daily Chronicle 

    Property owners: Get off my lawn, Pok mon

    "Pokemon Go" is played on a smartphone in front of a church Wednesday in San Francisco. As players of the addictive smartphone game "Pokemon Go" traipse around real-world landmarks in pursuit of digital monsters, some property owners are asking to have their positions in the game removed.

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  • Wednesday Jul 13 | via Anchorage Daily News 

    Charges: Driver behind fatal rollover was more than ...

    The charges against the driver of a van which crashed, killing one person and injuring four, say the alcohol level in his blood was more than three times the legal limit hours after it happened. Luther Rollins, 49, has been charged with manslaughter , multiple counts of assault and driving under the influence in the deadly wreck.

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  • Wednesday Jul 13 | via KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud 

    'Texas 4,000' Bicyclists Ride Through St. Cloud [VIDEO]

    Through the heat and the rain nearly two dozen bicyclists made their way from Austin, Texas to St. Cloud on their way to Alaska last night. The Texas 4,000 began a little over a month ago, riders made their way through the mid-west on their quest to reach Anchorage, Alaska next month.

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  • Jun 27, 2016 | via Anchorage Daily News 

    Motorcyclist killed in Anchorage crash was Army plat...

    The motorcyclist who died Saturday evening in a crash along Minnesota Drive in Anchorage was an Army staff sergeant stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, U.S. Army Alaska officials said Monday. According to a statement from U.S. Army Alaska spokesman John Pennell, 31-year-old Staff Sgt.

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