According to a Go Fund Me page launched by a friend of Weaver’s, the family recently purchased the home but was unaware the smoke detectors were not operational. Family and friends are hoping to raise $12,000 for funeral expenses. As of Friday, $3,640 had been raised. … [Read more...] about Willis woman dies from severe burns in house fire
Larry is survived by his son, Ben Schwartz and his wife, Bernadette; his grandchildren, Kaia, Caden and Colby Schwartz and Cameron Giusto; his brother, Mark Schwartz and his wife, Chris; his sister, Nancy Schwartz; his sister in law, Shirley Schwartz and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Larry was predeceased by his daughter, Erica A. Schwartz and his brothers, Howard Schwartz and Richard Schwartz. … [Read more...] about Obituary: Lawrence E. Schwartz, 77, of Naugatuck
He is survived by his loving wife, Cynthia Sniadecki; his sons, Gerald Sniadecki and Steven Olsen, both of Connecticut; daughter and son-in-law, Teresa & David Lantieri; daughter Dawn Meade and son-in-law Rich Tufano of Connecticut and daughter Amy Kwast (Olsen) and son-in-law Corey of Texas. Bob was pre-deceased by his wife Elaine Martino Sniadecki in 2006 and by a daughter Dana Olsen-Martino in 2013. … [Read more...] about Obituary: Robert ‘Bob’ Edward Sniadecki, 74
JKG: The Constitution doesn't give the vice president much to do and he or she rarely performs those constitutional assignments. Beginning with Richard M. Nixon (1953-61), vice presidents rarely preside over the Senate and although the successor role is important since nine vice presidents have succeeded to the presidency upon the death of eight presidents and the resignation of one, more than 80% of vice presidents don't succeed to the presidency. … [Read more...] about Why do we even have a vice president?
“I think the fact that the (police department) felt the need for a post-event press conference to ‘apologize’ to the community indicates how much they believe that their participation in immigration enforcement is going to be detrimental to their public safety goals,” said Pratheepan Gulasekaram, a professor at Santa Clara University School of Law and an immigration expert. … [Read more...] about Santa Cruz leaders slam feds over immigration detentions during gang operation