November 2021

NEWS NOVEMBER 2021 Family Owned and Operated Since 1974 FUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY P O B OX 5 1 5 9 , Y O U N G S T OWN , O H I O 4 4 5 1 4 1 - 8 0 0 - 3 2 1 - 7 4 7 9 WWW . N O M I S P U B L I C AT I O N S . C O M P r e v i o u s l y P u b l i s h e d a s t h e YB News • S t i l l t h e P l a c e f o r Yo u r N ew s ! Leon A. White Mortuary Transport Services Fulfills a Vision WETHERSFIELD,CT— More than 200 U.S. vet- erans, Connecticut funer- al directors, active military By Laurie Esposito Harley The staff of Leon A. White Mortuary Transport Services (L to R) Shane Rhiles, Nehemiah Walden, Falonda Glasper, Carry Yancey, Leon A. White, Roshaunda Williams, Robert Williams, and Rhonda George Connecticut Funeral Directors Association Hosts Full Military Funeral for Eight US Veterans CFDA funeral directorswhodrove hearses included (L toR) RichardMonghetti and Robert Bruzy of Della Vecchia Funeral Homes, Allison McCormick of John J. Ferry & Sons Funeral Home, Sara Lisewski and CFDA President David W. MacDonald, both of Wallingford & Yalesville Funeral Homes; and John Stavola of Ralph E. Hull Funeral Home & Cremation Service. and the Vietnam War. The October 1st event was the latest ceremony hosted JACKSONVILLE,FL— Mr. Leon Alphonzo White is a native of Jack- sonville, FL, where he resides in the Wesconnett Community. He at- tended the Greater Zion Grove Mis- sionary Baptist Church and was chosen to be one of the youngest choir directors of the W.O. Tucker Voices of Praise. White attended classes at Gup- ton Jones College for Funeral Service in Atlanta, GA where he worked to Continued on page A19 Continued on page A2 and members of the pub- lic gathered at a poignant military funeral service for the unclaimed cremains of eight state veterans, includ- ing those who served dur- ing World War I, World War II, the Korean War, carry out the vision that was placed on his heart at a young age. He re- ceived his Associate Degree for Fu- neral Service and Embalming on Septemb er 21, 2018. While he’s 19 View Online! MODEL # TR3 Triple Cot Roll-In Mortuary Cooler 1-888-792-9315 • @ Nomis.Publications See Page A12 Colorado Burial Preserve and Cremation Garden is the First of its Kind in the State See Page A16 Karen Goodwin Celebrates Fifty Years at Restlawn Memorial Park Creating a Hydroponic Garden in “Black Box” Temporary Cremation Containers See Page B4 Classified Ads Shipping Directory Index of Advertisers