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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Obituaries Evelyn Maroules Evelyn Banks Maroules 82, passed away peacefully at her Home on Friday May 22, 2015. She is preceded in death by her parents Amos june Banks and Mary Silance Banks and husband de Maroules of 56 years and her brother Amos Elwood Banks and his wife Margie. Evelyn was the president of the Shrin ettes in 1984 and was a member of Eastern Star. She owned Evelyn a Beauty shop where she worked As a hair for 40 years after her retirement in 2002 she and de retired to Swansboro where they enjoyed the Beach fishing family and the Many friends they made there. Survivors include her daughter Connie Maroules Snow and husband Ken of Washington sons Edward Speros Maroules and wife Marie of Kinston George Michael Maroules of Swansboro Sisters Lois b. Johnson Lucille b. Tyndall and Lillie b. King All of Swansboro Brenda Banks Smith and husband Ray of Comfort brother Horace Sutton Banks of Jacksonville grandchildren Edward s. Maroules 111 Trey of new Bern m i Chael b. Maroules of Las vegas Nevada Elizabeth m. Degiosio and husband Bob of Greenville Zachary Michael Maroules of Swansboro great grandson Miles Edward Degiosio. As Well As her special dog. Buddy who w As always by her Side. The family would like to say a special thank you to past care givers Martha Marks Katherine Casey and Denise Densmore and a special thank you to Debra Davis and Faye Mcnair. Funeral services will be held at 11 . On tuesday May 26,2015 at Tuckahoe Christian Church 6212 no Hwy 41 West Trenton with Rev. Roger Noble officiating. A private burial will follow the service at Pine Lawn memorial Park. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at the Church. In lieu of Flowers the family asks donations to be made to either Tuckahoe Christian Church 6212 nchwy41west,Trenton no 28585, Lenoir county Spca 2455 Rouse re. Ext., Kinston no 28504, or donate to the shrines Hospital for children at their website . Howard Carter funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences May be sent to i j i Nancy Mangum Nancy Nicholson Mangum 68, of Wilmington passed away on thursday. May 21,2015. She was born on Christmas Day 1946 in Wilmington no to the late James and Ruth Haywood Nicholson of Jacksonville no. Nancy is also preceded in death by a grandson George Chesnutt. Nancy is survived by her husband of 49 years Billy Mangum children Marvin Mangum Liz Hamilton of Lenderson no Tracey Mangum Chesnutt Warren of Cedar Point no and James Mangum of Biloxi is grandchildren Tripp Chesnutt Claire Chesnutt and Kelly Mangum step grandchildren Jack and rate Hamilton Lillian Dawson Abner and James Nicholson Twyla and three nieces. Nancy graduated from Jacksonville High school class of 1965. She married her High school sweetheart Billy that same year. Nancy was an avid Tennis player and mahjong enthusiast. She was loved by All and always had a kind word to share about others. But above All family was Nancy s greatest passion and she will be deeply missed by All those she leaves behind. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Wednesday May 27, 2015 at Andrews mortuary Market Street Chapel. Burial will follow at Oleander memorial gardens. In lieu of Flowers memorials May be made to lower 2ape fear hospice. Condolences to the family at Stanley Richlands i Catherine Marie Stanley 37, of Richlands died May 22,2015 at unc Chapel Hill Hospital service will be held at 2 . Sat urday at a Johnson i Biff funeral Home of Jacksonville with pastor Volney Bryan officiating. Survivors include her Mother Susan Zelenak and brother Nicholas Zelenak both of Maysville. Visitation will take place at i . Saturday at the funeral Home. Memorials May be made to the Richlands f first free will Baptist Mueller Jacksonville no i Dieter e. A a Peter Mueller 76, died saturday May 23, 2015 at his Home. Funeral services will be held on la ., wednesday at living Hope Community Church with the Rev. Robert Hall officiating. Burial will follow at Onslow memorial Park with military honors. He was formerly employed by Marine Federal credit Union and served honorable with the . Marine corps. Survivors include his wife Leona Thomas Mueller of the Home two daughters Lori g Godson and her husband Bobby of Jacksonville Melissa Rozek and her husband. Dan of Annapolis my two sons David Mueller and his wife Jennifer of Jacksonville and Robert Koczewski of Washington state sister Iris Suess of Karlsruhe Germany seven grand children and seven great grandchildren. The family will receive friends tuesday night from 6 . Until 8 . At Jones funeral Home. In lieu of Flowers donations can be made to the brain tumor Center Duke University Hospital Raleigh no and to lower Cape f ear hospice. Our love and thanks go to Kathy Jackie amp Kerri his Loyal care givers plus Liz Beth Jen and april from hospice. Internet condolences May be left at wow. daily news obit Pouch the daily news provides obituary notices free of charge. Paid obituaries Are furnished with photos and a contributed article. For our Fuit policy visit Gore Richlands i Riley win Ston Gore 69, of Richlands died May 24,2015 at Onslow memorial . Arrangements will be announced by Jones funeral Home Meredith Bishop Robert l. Meredith 77, of Jacksonville died May 23,2015. Arrangements will be announced by Nixon Lewis funeral Home and cremation service Burgaw. Ii Oksys Iofi Tinich veterans recruited for Equine services for heroes spend about two hours a week at the ranch. Here they learn lessons in Herd do mimics and the body language of horses and practice ground skills such As leading and lunging a method used to exercise a horse or teach it without a rider on its Back. A pretty quickly we ask them to go from meeting the horse and grooming the horse to training and being in the ring with one that has no Halter Quot Albrecht said. The program is offered free to veterans and their families through a $7,500 Grant from the Grainger foundation. Grainger a Neil Zinger was inspired to support the program after seeing the documentary film a Riding my Way Back a which tells the Story of How a once suicidal Soldier found Healing from working with a horse. Among about a half dozen veterans who signed on the initial session Are some who have loved horses since childhood. Others like Ger i Nugent have hardly Ever sat on a Saddle. In this program that does not matter. No Riding is involved which makes Equine services for heroes accessible to any service members or veterans regardless of ability. A Riding is a different element a Albrecht an Equine in this photo taken on wednesday former Marine Gerri Nugent grooms her horse Dakota after training with the Equine services for heroes at rocking horse ranch in Greenville . Photo by the associated press specialist in mental health and learning said. A a it a a different relationship with a horse. To have horse accept you As a Leader is a much different experience than to be on top of him just having a Trail ride or a Pony this experience focuses on other aspects of horsemanship from Long lining to round penning in which the horse is not connected to a lunge line but can move at Liberty in a round pen. Sessions end with grooming. Even after several weeks Nugent a persian Gulf War Veteran still is a Little apprehensive about putting her hands near Dakota a Mouth. A there Are certain parts of animals and people and machinery that you done to put your hands near a she said laughing. Even Andre who has loved horses since he Learned to ride As a teenager at summer Camp was a Little nervous when he first started working with dutch. A a you re not As open to go toward a horse a he said. A if you saw a dog you a be like a of come Here Puppy but ifs completely different when you be got a 1,200-Pound animal and you re trying to get him to do something you want him Iimori Al Coit Mundfrom 11 lives together. The week before he left the couple announced they were expecting their first child. Now at six months pregnant she is mourning the loss of her husband while preparing for the birth of her son. She said a a Little bit of everything gets her up in the morning. A a in be got my family of great support. The Guys that Are still Here Are awesome a Seif said. A a we re having a kid i have to face each Day a Seif said for now she plans to stay in the area. She navigates the pain of losing her husband with plans for her future by taking it a Day at a time. A i done to want to make any Quick decisions a she said. A i Hope that we can pick up and move on and live the life attorneys George Collins amp Anajo my Nez 31 years helping clients Call in with Xia. Your Legal Iee Ltd Lahl Arnos Espanol 910-346-4000 a Andrew and i had planned to live and continue to have this big support network and the family. Just be Able to. Figure out what the new Normal is for she wants her son to know How Humble his dad was a True professional who loved serving his country and working with the members of his unit. Her advice for the Community on How to help those in mourning like herself is to keep the families left behind in the forefront. The very thoughts her husband shared at his Silver Star ceremony. A remember the family of the fallen. Remember them and reach out to them. There a a lot of families like that around Here. It Means a lot to them a she said. 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