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4B TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2013 PNJ.COM PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL NEWS MILITARY Promotion of veteran-raised agricultural goods goes national Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. A Kentucky-based promotional campaign featuring a special logo for farm goods produced by military veterans is spreading nationally, with the goal of making the brand a household name and boosting in come for ex-service members looking to make a living off the land. James Comer, Kentucky's agriculture commissioner, said Monday the California-based Farmer Veteran Coalition has volunteered to run the Homegrown by Heroes program across the country. The branding program got its start last January in Kentucky. Comer said the state's agriculture department will share its logo for the program showing a saluting service member with the American flag in the background for the national initiative. The program is seen as an incentive for consumers to buy veteran-produced farm products and for retailers to stock them. Comer predicted consumers will be willing to "pay a premium" for the products. "And that's the way we're going to help these military veterans, by helping them add as much value to what they produce as possible," he said at a Veterans Day event in downtown Louisville. To back the initiative, the Farm Credit System announced a $250,000 commitment to help extend the program's reach. The contribution was the result of support from Agribank of St. Paul, Minn.; AgFirst of Columbia, S.C.; CoBank of Denver and Farm Credit Bank of Texas in Austin. The Farmer Veteran Coalition, based in Davis, Calif., helps veterans start careers in agriculture. In Loving Memory TO PLACE A DEATH NOTICE. CALL 43S-8S1 6. OBITUARIES AMD PHOTOGRAPHS SUBMITTED TO THE PENSACOLA REPURP0SED AND OTHERWISE USE D IN PRINT, ELECTRONIC AND OTHER MEDIA PLATFORMS. OBITUARIES ARE POSTED EVERYDAY BY 2 A.M. AT WWW.PNJ.COM CECIL HARTLEY, SR. 1926 - 2013 i Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, David W. Mullen; two brothers, Vernon and Leon; two sisters, Elmese Rouyea and Lois Goudeau . Survivors include her beloved husband of 53 years, Bill White; her son, Brian (Diann) White; and step grandson, Nic Un-win. Funeral services will be Friday, November 15, 2013 at 10 AM at Eastern Gate Memorial Funeral Home with Chaplain Ken Griffin officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 9 AM until the service hour. Condolences may be sent to the family Eastern Gate Memorial Funeral Home has been entrusted with the of Evans, GA; daughter, Lynda Foreman (Cliff) of Pensacola; grandchildren, Jonathon Colasono, Katie Colasono, Kimberly Schaffer (David), Halie Hulsey, Taylor Kelley (Steven), Miranda Hartley, Chad Hartley (Tiffany), Heather Hartley and Bradford Hartley; great grandchildren, Elisha Schaffer, Jacob Schaffer, Landon Kelley and Londyn Hartley. He leaves behind special friends, Omie Lee Dillon, Catherine Henderson, Lucy and Phil Ivey, Sherry Villarreal, Marian and Michael Bean. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at Bayview Fisher-Pou Chapel with Rev. Donald Huntsman officiating, assisted by Eula Huntsman. Entombment will follow at Bayview Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday at the funeral home. BAYVIEW FISHER-POU CHAPEL, 3351 Scenic Highway is entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be offered at www.bayview-fisher-pouchapel.com. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj. coml obits of Dominican High School in New Orleans, and went on to receive her R.N. Degree from Charity Hospital School of Nursing. She served as an Assistant Instructor in Nursing Arts at Charity. Her strength, kindness, and tender heart as a nurse, friend, mother, aunt, and grandmother were blessings upon all who knew her. She was enchanted by the song of the mockingbird and she delighted in the beauty of magnolias, dogwoods, and azaleas - all parts of the nurturing home she created for her family. Relatives and friends are invited for visitation at 11:00am until a Funeral Mass to begin at 12:00noon Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at St. Paul Catholic Church, 1700 Conway Dr., Pensacola, FL 32503, with Fr. Doug Halsema celebrant. Entombment will follow at Holy Cross Mausoleum. If you so choose, memorial contributions may be made to the Charity Hospital School of Nursing (CHSN) Leona Hilbert Scholarship Fund, 350 South Claiborne Ave., New Orleans, LA 70112. Online condolences may be offered atwww.memo-rialwebsites.legacy.com or www.harpermorrisme-morialchapel.com. HARPER-MORRIS MEMORIAL CHAPEL Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj. coml obits i NEWS J0U RNAL MAY BE PUBLISHED , DISTRIBUTED, DORA IONE PERANO Dora lone McDuffey Perano was born on October 7, 1926, Leonard, Texas. She is the daughter of John N. and Myrtle Anne Tingle McDuffey. Dora attended Robert E. Lee School and graduated from Sherman High School, Sherman, Texas in 1944. She attended North Texas Business College and Dallas College (SMU), Dallas, Texas. She retired from U.S. Civil Service. Dora was an active member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority for over 60 years. She also served as a volunteer for the American Red Cross, as a Gray Lady, at various Air Force Bases in the States and overseas. Dora was an active MARGUERITE BANKS RANDOLPH Marguerite Banks Randolph, 101, a former longtime resident of Pensacola, died Friday at her home in Savannah. Mrs. Randolph was the widow of William H. Randolph III, former president of Hygeia Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in Pensacola. Mrs. Randolph, known as Margie, was one of several residents who recognized the need to preserve the historic areas of the city. She was a former trustee of the Historic Pensacola Preservation Board, and she helped create "An Evening in Old Seville". Margie was co-chair of stood the needs in his community. He was Brew-ton's Man of the Year in 1975! Services will be held Tuesday, November 12, 2013. Visitation from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Brewton with a service to follow at 11:00. A private burial will be held after the service at Union Cemetery. Officiated by Dr. Ed Glaze and WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME OF BREWTON, ALABAMA DIRECTING. In lieu of flower, the family requests that memorials be made to: The Greater Brewton Foundation P.O. Box 87 Brewton, AL 36427 The First United Methodist Church of Brewton 820 Belleville Avenue Brewton, AL 3642 Condolences May Be Sent And Obituaries Can Be Read At williams-memorialchapel.com Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj. comobits (SB. ! ta i W K 1 ajj 'mint i HP member of the Catholic Church. Dora married James Thomas Perano, September 23, 1950 in Saint James Catholic Church, Dallas, Texas. Dora is preceded in death by her husband. They were the proud parents of five children, James Ray Perano and his wife Linda, of Paso Robles, California; Richard Thomas Perano, deceased; Patricia Ann Perano of Pensacola, FL, Alan Michael Perano and his wife Mary Cortez Ouzts Perano, of Edgefield, South Carolina and Mark Andrew Perano, of Pensacola, Florida and 8 grandchildren. The Funeral Mass will be held at Saint Peters Catholic Church, Mary Esther, FL, on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 11am with Father Nelson Toledo officiating. Interment will follow at Beal Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the Air Force Enlisted Village, 92 Sunset Lane Shalimar, FL 32579-1000. Expressions of love and sympathy may be viewed online at www.emerald-coastfuneralhome.com Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj. coml obits the Pensacola Antiques Show and Queen of the Rebellais Mardi Gras ball. She helped organize the Society of the Debutants' Charity Cotillion and numerous other charity events. Mrs. Randolph is survived by two children, William Henry Randolph IV and Eleanor Rainsford Randolph; three grandchildren, Shawn Randolph Walker, William Henry Randolph and Victoria Eleanor Pringle, and two reat-grandchildren, John anks Walker and Elizabeth Grace Walker. The funeral service will be held at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the graveside, Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery. Remembrances: Gen-tiva Hospice - Suite 225-D, 5105 Paulsen Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405-4616. Please share your thoughts about Mrs. Randolph and her life at www. gamblefuneralservice. com. Gamble Funeral Service of Savannah is in charge of arrangements. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj. coml obits search Find the most up-to-date and complete obituary information in the US, including funeral home info and directions connect Sign Guest Books, 'Light a Candle' and receive grief support remember Send flowers, gifts and charitable donations, or create a memorial website with photos, music and video pnj.corr News Journal In partnership with Legacy.com" LEILA M. "LEE" WHITE 1932-2013 Leila M. "Lee" White, age 81, of Pensacola, Florida, passed away November 10, 2013. She was born September 28, 1932 in Gonzales, LA to the late Elter and Eunice Young. Lee was a homemaker and had moved to Pensacola, FL, in 1974. She was an avid bowler and secretary of the women's bowling league, "The Ball and Chain Gang" for 20 years before her fall and had to retire from bowling. MOTHER EDDIE LEE JONES Mother Eddie Lee Jones was 85 years old and departed this life on November 6th, 2013, with her family by her side in Pensacola, Florida. Mother Jones was born on September 04, 1928 in Greenville, Alabama. She was the only child of Edward and Egolar Mae Dozier (Bradley). She married Robert Jones Jr. of Selma, Alabama on June 8th, 1944 in Pensacola, Florida and together they had 16 children. Catherine Wilder (Otis) of Michigan, Diane White (John) of Florida, Clarence Jones (Pam) of Michigan, Charles Jones (Ethel) of Florida, Deborah Whitmore (Charles) of Arkansas, Eddie Jones of Florida, Paula Shelton (Emmanuel) of Michigan, Sharon Lewis (Roy) of JOHN DAVID FINLAY, JR. John David Finlay, Jr., 82, passed away peacefully after a brief illness Friday, November 8, 2013. He was born in Brewton on April 28, 1931 to Mr. John David Finlay and Mrs. Emily Wallace Finlay. Mr. Finlay is survived by his only sister, Emily Finlay Wesley of Brewton and three nieces: Follin Smith Gerdy (Conestoga, PA), Kate Smith Lavelle (Fairhope, AL), Leigh Smith Faircloth (Mobile, AL) and his nephew: Robert Russell Smith, Jr. of Brewton. He is also survived by many great nieces and nephews. Mr. Finlay grew up in Brewton at the height of the depression and attended the Brewton City Schools and the Brewton Collegiate Institute. He graduated from Emory University. He also completed graduate work at The University of London School of Economics and the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Cecil Hartley, Sr., 87, of Pensacola, died Sunday, November 10, 2013 at his home. Mr. Hartley was born April 16, 1926 in Eu-faula, Alabama to Darby Hartley and Elizabeth Hester Hartley. During World War II, at the age of 17, he enlisted in the Navy and set sail from San Diego, but the end of the war was declared before he reached his station. Mr. Hartley was office manager and agent with Conway and Spence Insurance Agency for 40 years, retiring in 2005. He was preceded in death by his son, Douglas Dean Hartley. He is survived by his wife of over 60 years, Ha Ann Hartley of Pensacola; sons, Cecil Hartley, Jr. (Audra) of Pensacola and Jeffrey Hartley (Kathy) LEONA MADELINE KRUEBBE HILBERT 1925-2013 Leona Madeline Hilbert passed away peacefully on November 9, 2013, at the age of 88 and is in the arms of the Lord. She is preceded in death by her brothers, George Kruebbe, Jr. and Kenneth Kruebbe; as well as her parents, George Francis and Leona Florence Kruebbe. Dear and faithful wife of Dr. Gerard Henry Hilbert for 63 years, Leona was born on February 19, 1925, in New Orleans, LA. She is survived by her husband, Gerard; her sister, Caroline Battalora; her eight children, Kristin Ann (Karl) Sirotkin, Karen Madeline Pandolfi, Gerard Henry (Brenda) Hilbert, Jr., Caroline Marie (Chris) Farrugia, Thomas George Hilbert, Catherine Leigh (Gerry) Barker, Paul Anthony (Elizabeth) Hilbert and Jeanne Claire (Vic) Lazzari; and her eight grandchildren, Leela, aniel, Meghan, Jennifer, Mallory, Eric, Day and Anthony; and her great-granddaughter, Madeline. Leona was a graduate 1 hill Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj. comobits Florida, Jackie Jones of Virginia, Sylvia Jones of Michigan, Cynthia Hassan (Sam) of Virginia, Ronald Jones (Judy) of Georgia, Michael Jones of Virginia, and Lisa McCall (Scott) of Virginia. She was a devoted loving mother, who briefly worked outside of the home. Her primary responsibility was the care and nurturing of her children. Additionally, she was a longstanding member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, serving on the Mother's Board. She enjoyed her close relationships with lifelong friends and was a constant source of strength and faith throughout her neighborhood. She was a proud mother and Grandmother of 49, Great-Grand Mother of 46, and Great-Great Grand Mother to 6. She was preceded in death by her Mother Egolar Mae Bradley, Father Edward Dozier, Husband Robert Jones Jr., Son Robert Jones III, and daughter Angela Jones (James). Homegoing Celebration will be held at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 2601 W. Strong St., Pensacola FL, 11132013 at 1230pm. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.comobits Mr. Finlay served four years as a captain in the United States Navy on the USS Oriskany. He spent many years sailing the beautiful shores of Ft. Walton Beach. In Brewton, Mr. Finlay worked through the years managing nis family owned department store, Robbins and McGow-ins. He volunteered and worked on the boards of the United Fund, the Brewton Public Library, and First United Methodist Church of Brewton, where he often played the piano and organ. He also served 25 years as an active Director of the First National Bank of Brewton. Mr. Finlay was a trustee for the D. W. McMillan Trust for over 36 years. He was a driving force in founding the Greater Brewton Foundation. He was also active in the Brewton Rotary Club, The Brewton Council of the Arts, and the Jefferson Davis Community College Advisory Board. He was instrumental in opening The Tri-County Dental Clinic because he under Gilg Prosthetics, Inc. Kevin Gilg, Licensed and Certified Prosthetist f " i (and amputee) 7 Artificial Limbs... , are not supposed to hurt! Over 3fl Years FYnerience r ttSm 474-0414 L. Vl v ... www.giigprosineiics.com PJ-0000346001

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