04 19 2014
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Aaron Pruitt, 49

Aaron B. Pruitt died on May 16. He was 49. Aaron was born Dec. 22, 1959 in Birmingham, Ala. to Callie K. Pruitt and Askew Benson. Aaron B. Pruitt, there isn't enough words to explain such a dedicated, loving, successful, remarkable man. He was a hero in many eyes, especially his kids. ...

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Spring Sims, 54

Spring Yvonne Sims died on May 27. She was 54. Spring was born March 29, 1953 to Ora Lee Martin and Frank Sims in Portland. Spring attended Woodlawn Elementary school and Adams High School. She loved to read, study and research the fields of law, medicine and religion. Spring also learned to read and write in the Hebrew language. ...

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Robert 'Baby Joe' Ward, 69

Robert Joe Ward (Baby Joe) died on July 12. He was 69. Robert was born July 23, 1939 in Bryan, Texas to John Aaron Ward and Vallene Rayford-Ward Henry. He was the youngest of six children. He was educated in Bryan, Texas and a member of the U.S. Military where he was stationed in Germany. ...

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Pastor Larry Hutch

My Father's House Ministries

My Father's House Ministries invites you to a special night with Pastor Larry Hutch. On Friday, July 31st at 7pm, at Irvington Covenant Church, 4046 NE Martin Kuther King Jr. Blvd. Corner of NE Shaver and MLK ...


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Long Live the King - Michael Jackson

An emotional Memorial leaves another lasting impression

The world's greatest entertainer, Michael Jackson, made one final jaw dropping and tear drawing appearance when Andrae Crouch's gospel group brought him into the Staples Center to the melody of "Soon and Very Soon," in an emotional memorial televised to billions on July 7
For the estimated 20,000 on hand at the same arena where Jackson rehearsed for the final time just days before his death, his celebration of life brought home the harsh reality that the most generous entertainer the world has ever known is gone.

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