Lyman Regan Landry

first_img Lyman is preceded in death by his father, Reggie Landry, brother, Tommy Landry and sister, Christine Landry.He is survived by his wife, Pat Landry of Sulphur, La., daughter, Heather Landry and her partner, Kathleen Czarnecki of San Diego, Ca., two sons, Adrian Landry of Seattle, Wa., and Matthew Glazier and wife, Laurie of Azle, Tx., two sisters, Stacey Landry of Nashville, Tn., and Debbie Segler and husband, Chris of Groves, Tx., sister-in-law, Judie Landry of Orange, TX., two brothers, Kyle Landry and wife, Denise of Port Neches, Tx., and Joe Landry and wife, Bonnie of Orange, Tx., and two grandchildren, Dylan Landry and Tristan Glazier. Lyman Regan Landry, 66, of Sulphur, Louisiana passed away Friday, June 14, 2013 at his home.He was born on April 2, 1947 in Port Arthur, Texas to Lawrence Regan and Constance Bernard Landry.Lyman had lived in Sulphur for 22 years and was retired from Louisiana Pigment as a maintenance coordinator. Next UpHe was a member of the Knights of Columbus #8058 in Calcasieu Parish and a U.S. Navy veteran, serving in Vietnam from 1966 until 1977.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Port Neches with Reverend Monsignor Bennie Patillo officiating.A visitation for family and friends will be Monday evening from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Levingston Funeral Home in Port Neches with a rosary service to begin at 7:00 p.m.center_img Friends wishing to make memorial contributions may send them to: American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 4, Port Neches,Tx. 77651 or ALS Association of Louisiana, P.O. Box 66825, Baton Rouge, La.,70896-6825.last_img read more

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Edith June Gennuso

first_img In lieu of flowers you may make donations to the Alzheimer’s Foundation in memory of her. Edith June Gennuso, 84, of Groves, TX entered the gates to heaven on June 18, 2016.Edith was born on June 24, 1931, to George and Mary Grace White of Beaumont, TX. She worked as a secretary at SunOil Company. After marrying the love of her life she left the company to become a mother. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She is preceded in death by her husband, Frankie J. Gennuso, Sr., her parents and siblings.Edith will be deeply missed by her children, Frankie Gennuso, Jr. and wife, Vickey, Carla Speaks and husband David, Greta Smith and husband Thomas and Becky Gaspard and husband Bryan. Her memory will be cherished by her 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.center_img A visitation will be held on Friday, June 24, 2016 from 5 pm until 8 pm at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home, with at rosary to be prayed at 6:30 pm at the funeral home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, with Rev. JC Coon celebrating. Entombment will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park.last_img read more

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Jefferson County Indictments 5-1-19

first_imgStaff report Next Up Cordell Marquis Evans, 22, transient, was indicted for aggravated robbery.Jesse Medina, 30, of Beaumont was indicted for burglary (habitation).Felipe Acevedo-Perez, 50, of Port Arthur, was indicted for aggravated assault.Logan Lane Darby, 17, of Jasper, was indicted for felony theft.Rylonda Yvette Cadoree, 52, of Beaumont, was indicted for fraudulent use of identifying information.Thomas Edward Edgerly, 55, of Beaumont, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)).William L. Hamaker, 50, of Beaumont, was indicted for felony driving while intoxicated.Bret Travis Holland, 28, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).Shonta Mareia Jack, 35, of Beaumont, was indicted for felony theft (aggregate amounts).Bernard James Bell, 61, of Beaumont, was indicted for felony driving while intoxicated.Alani Zakaya Taylor-Lenore-Malik, 51, of Port Arthur, was indicted for failure to stop and give information and render aid.Sterling Smith, 62, of Port Arthur, was indicted for theft (copper, bronze or aluminum wire).Eliot Ivan Smith, 57, of Port Arthur, was indicted for evading arrest/detention use of a vehicle.Terry James Coleman, 39, transient, was indicted for possession of marijuana.Justin Shea Guidroz, 31, of Port Neches, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).Anthony Joseph James, 51, of Beaumont, was indicted for evading arrest/detention use of a vehicle.Marcus Glen Kemper, 33, of Port Arthur, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).Don E McCoy, 57, transient, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).James Dalton Segura, 27, of Beaumont, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).Jabbar Alexander Bell, 25, was indicted for prohibited substances in correctional facility.Allen Jerome Bush, 42, of Beaumont, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).Glen Allen Keel III, 35, of Groves, was indicted for two counts unauthorized use of a vehicle.Carol Ann Sides, 45, of Beaumont, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).Deion Demarcus Bell, 19, of Port Arthur, was indicted for evading arrest/detention use of a vehicle.center_img A Jefferson County grand jury returned indictments in 52 criminal cases Wednesday. The charges are as follows:last_img read more

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Texas Gas Service shares safety tips as Hurricane Laura approaches

first_img “Natural gas has proven to be resilient and reliable, even during the most challenging weather conditions, such as hurricanes,” said Christy Penders, communications manager for Texas Gas Service. “In fact, having a natural gas-powered generator can add a level of protection and peace of mind by powering a customer’s home or business when the electricity goes out.” During the StormIf you smell natural gas inside your home or have a natural gas emergency, please leave your home and move to a safe location if possible.  Then call 911 and Texas Gas Service at 800-959-5325. Do not smoke or use any electrical equipment such as light switches, phones, door bells, garage doors openers or appliances.After the StormIf you hear a hissing or smell natural gas,do not operate any electrical equipment and leave the area immediately. When you are a safe distance away, call 911 and Texas Gas Service at 800-959-5325.Before you remove any trees or dig, call 811(go online to Texas811.org or use the Texas811 app) to have underground utility lines located. Wait two business days for the lines to be marked.If your meter has been damaged, please call our emergency number at 800-959-5325. If your damaged meter is leaking natural gas, leave immediately and call 911 and Texas Gas Service at 800-959-5325.If your natural gas meter was turned off or your service was interrupted during the storm, call our customer service at 800-700-2443 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT to have your service restored.If your meter has been turned off, do NOT attempt to turn your meter on. Only a Texas Gas Service technician may turn it back on. Before service can be restored, our technician must check visible and accessible natural gas appliances inside your home or business.If an appliance was underwater or moved during the storm due to flooding, we recommend that you do not use it. Have it inspected by a qualified service agent.If you are concerned about the condition of piping within your home, we recommend having it inspected by a qualified service agent. Customers are encouraged to follow and connect with Texas Gas Service on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Youtube for more resources, information and tips.center_img With Hurricane Laura approaching land, Texas Gas Service has released a collection of safety tips to help customers prepare before, during and after severe weather strikes.Before the stormCheck around the natural gas meter and remove any objects that could be blown into or against the meter by strong winds or pushed into the meter by heavy rain and flooding.Remove any branches or other objects above that could fall and damage the meter.Do not stack anything on, attach anything to or cover the natural gas meter.If you evacuate, we advise leaving your natural gas service on.last_img read more

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DEATH NOTICES: Sept. 2, 2020

first_imgTheodore Richardson, of Port Arthur, TX died Wednesday, August 26, 2020. Services are pending at Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.Linda Ashford, of Port Arthur, TX  died Thursday, August 27, 2020. Services are pending at Hannah Funeral Home, Inc. Michael Thornell, 36 of Port Neches, Texas died August 31, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Port Neches. Next UpLula Campbell, of Port Arthur, TX died Wednesday, September 2, 2020. Services are pending at Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.Barbara J. Davis, 83, of Port Neches, Texas died August 31, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Port Neches.center_img Carolyn Patin, 85, formerly of Port Arthur, Texas died Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Groves, TX.Katherine Hoffpauir, 99, of Groves, Texas died Sunday, August 30, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Groves.last_img read more

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Margarette DeLaCruz

first_img She married Benjamin “Ben” DeLaCruz on New Year’s Eve in 1965.They were married for 53 years and resided in Nederland, Texas.In 1977, she opened her business, Margarette’s Tamale Stand in Nederland, Texas which she owned and operated for 40 years working alongside her husband, Ben, and daughter, Cynthia. This is where she earned her nickname “Tamale Queen” because she had the best tamales in the city.She gave her life to the tamale stand and she adored all the customers she served over the years.When she wasn’t working, Margarette’s favorite place to be was Holly Beach, Louisiana where she owned several properties and visited often.The family enjoyed many New Year’s Eve parties when Margarette and Ben celebrated their wedding anniversaries. Margarette DeLaCruz, 86, passed away on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at her home surrounded by loved ones.Margarette was born on April 18, 1934 to Marie Comeaux and Laurence Gary in Broussard, Louisiana.She moved to the Port Arthur area in 1955 where she began to build her life and family.center_img She also enjoyed playing card games with family and friends at her home and always had a hot meal ready to serve to all who came near.If you knew Margarette, then you know how great of a cook she was and she always insisted that you eat; she wouldn’t take no for an answer.She also loved to escape to nearby casinos and play the slot machines every chance she could get away.So many cherished memories were made with family and friends.Anyone who knew Margarette knew that she could be a little rough around the edges sometimes, but she was a very hardworking woman who loved her friends and family fiercely.She was full of life and was the life of the party.She was devoted to supporting her family until the very end.She was preceded in death by her husband, Benjamin “Ben” DeLaCruz; her parents, Marie Comeaux and Laurence Gary; and her sister, Theresa Arabie.Margarette is survived by her son, Mark DeLaCruz and his wife, Dana of Fannett; her daughter, Cynthia Hebert and her husband, Terry of Hamshire; her daughter, Myrna Cedars and her husband, Mike of Orange.She is also survived by her grandchildren, Melissa Taylor and husband, Mike, Ryan Cedars and fiance, Cory Cluelow, Andrea DeLaCruz, Amanda DeLaCruz, William DeLaCruz and his wife, Kelby, Catarina Hebert, Terrie Hebert, and many great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.Visitation will be on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 5:00 PM till 7:30 PM with a rosary to be prayed at 6:30 PM at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves.Service to honor Margarette’s life will be at 11:00 AM Wednesday, November 11, 2020 in the Thompson Memorial Chapel at Clayton Thompson Funeral home in Groves. Entombment will follow in Memory Gardens.Due to the Covid-19 crisis we are currently in, all visitors are required to wear face mask or coverings and practice social distancing as mandated by state and county officials.last_img read more

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What’s Up, Pasek and Paul? The Songwriting Duo on Singing Their Own Stuff, Peter Pan Overload and Their Worst Idea Ever

first_imgTo say that Tony nominees Benj Pasek and Justin Paul have been having quite a year would be a catastrophic understatement. The songwriting duo (who met as freshmen in the University of Michigan’s musical theater program) enjoyed their first off-Broadway production (2012’s Dogfight), their first Broadway show (A Christmas Story) and to top it all off, their first Tony nomination (for the aforementioned holiday crowdpleaser). Now the pair is celebrating another first as they prepare to make their Feinstein’s concert debut in San Francisco, where they’ll be performing on July 19 and 20. Broadway.com caught up with the rising composers to talk about their set list, their Tony experience and what songs you’ll never hear from them. Would you like to see Dogfight make a Broadway transfer? Justin: I’ll say this: We are so happy with the path that Dogfight took. We never wanted it to be anything more than what it was, it being the off-Broadway musical that was intimate and that people felt connected to. A lot of the shows that we loved and admired so much in high school and college—like Violet or Floyd Collins—are the shows that almost felt like they were ours because we “discovered” them. If people can feel that way about Dogfight, that would be amazing. Are there any musicals you thought of writing but didn’t? Justin: There’s a song we’ll be performing at Feinstein’s called, “Do You Remember?”. Maybe five or six years ago, we had the inclination to write a really contemporary, interesting, dark Peter Pan adaptation, but right after we started writing the show, it was like, “And now announced: Michael Korie and Scott Frankel are writing Finding Neverland! Rick Elice is writing Peter and the Starcatcher! Fly at Dallas Theater Center!” We were like, oh my God, everyone’s doing Peter Pan. But we still love the song! Benj: A joke that we tell is that some people have cut songs from musicals, but we just have a song and a cut musical. How would you sum up your experience as first-time Tony nominees this year? Justin: It’s honestly so surreal. I feel like it was just a dream, but it actually happened. It did sort of feel very fairy tale, very magical. Benj: The whole thing was such a whirlwind, and getting to meet these heroes of ours was insane. During the nominee luncheon, they give you these little pins, and it’s sort of like being verified on Twitter, you know? Like, people just had to talk to you, so we would run up to people that would otherwise never, ever, ever talk to us and we would be pointing to our little pins as an excuse to talk. What material is on the set list at Feinstein’s? Benj: We’ve got a little Dogfight, a little Christmas Story, a little [from their song cycle] Edges…we’ve got songs from James and the Giant Peach, which we’re reworking right now to be at Seattle Children’s Theatre this Christmas. And maybe some new stuff, maybe some stuff from Smash that we wrote… Justin: It’s going to run the gamut. Benj: It’s our favorite songs, slash songs that are not girls’ songs that we can actually sing. And then [on July 20] we’re really excited because we have Alex Newell, who plays Unique on Glee, and Anneliese van der Pol from That’s So Raven and Beauty and the Beast, who are going to join us in concert. They get to save us on our two-night engagement so that we’ll have real vocalists. Lately you seem to have been hitting the road more frequently. Justin: We do enjoy performing our own stuff, but with Dogfight’s album and sheet music all happening recently, we are sort of on a mission to spread our music where we can, especially if there are people who are interested who may not know it because it wasn’t a high-profile Broadway show. We’ll never perform our material up to the standards of Lindsay Mendez or Derek Klena or Erin Dilly or other people who have been in our show, but I think it is a fun experience to get to hear us try. We can also tell some of the stories behind the music. Are people ever surprised that you guys are accomplished singers? Benj: People go into concerts just expecting writers to be relatively tone-deaf. If you’re not totally tone-deaf and you can kind of approximate pitch, they give you a lot more praise.  What was the worst idea you’ve ever had? Benj: When we were in college, we said, “What about CSI: The Musical?” Justin: Or Law & Order: The Musical. Benj: And we entertained it for five minutes and then we were like, we’ve hit a new low. What was the best thing anyone said to you? Benj: Two things. One, Harvey Fierstein said that A Christmas Story should play all year round, and he was like, “I have a new slogan for you: ‘Everybody needs a little f**kin’ Christmas.’” And then Judith Light…everybody speaks about her being this angelic, wonderful woman, and she is. She would take us through all these events and tell us how to not make gaffes and what to wear. She was kind of like our tour guide of the Tonys. What can we expect from your long-in-the-works James and the Giant Peach? Justin: The show has changed a lot [since a 2010 developmental production]. I think it is geared for a family audience, but I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s a children’s show. They’re going to do some really incredible things with it at Seattle Children’s Theatre. The show is always going to need some sort of fantastical physical elements to it because it’s a crazy story and it’s a Roald Dahl story, so this production is going to have all of that. View Commentslast_img read more

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Household Goods Shipments

first_img5 Seller Ave., Bldg. 3000661-277-7888 or DSN 527-7888The Traffic Management Office Household Goods Section prepares and processes paperwork for the movement of personal property and other effects for both arrival to and departure from Edwards AFB and surrounding areas. All documentation is forwarded to JPPSO, CO for final processing. The primary mission of the household goods element is to provide entitlement counseling to military and civilian members, quality assurance inspection of shipments, and other detailed assistance that pertains to the shipping and storage of personal property and passenger travel.last_img

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2021 Specialized Tarmac SL7 & SL6 complete model overview with specs & pricing

first_imgIf you find yourself priced out of the SL7 frames, don’t worry. You can pick up an SL6 for an absolute bargain in comparison. The highest end SL6 Comp is priced at $3,500 – but SL6 models can be had for as little as $2,000.The SL6 Comp model includes a Shimano R8000 2×11 drivetrain, DT Swiss R470 tubeless ready wheels, and a FACT 9r carbon frame for $3,500.TARMAC SL6 SPORT There are two slightly different geometries for the new bikes, but only for the different frames. All of the SL7 models use the same geometry, while the SL6 models use their own, slightly different geometry shown above.specialized.com Starting from the top, the most expensive Tarmac SL7 build is a tie between the S-Works models with SRAM or Shimano drive trains. Both models are priced at $12,000 which includes the top end SL7 FACT 12r Carbon frame.In this case, the build includes a full SRAM RED eTap AXS drivetrain, Roval Rapide CLX wheels, and a Quarq power meter.S-WORKS TARMAC SL7 – DURA ACE DI2 Still running the same FACT 9r carbon frame, the SL6 Sport drops the price by moving to a Shimano 105 2×11 drivetrain.Thanks to the change in drivetrain (and also the first non-series chain used), the SL6 Sport will sell for $2,600.TARMAC SL6 Or, for the same $12,000 you can get essentially the same bike – just with Shimano parts.This bike uses the same 12r S-Works frame, and Roval Rapide CLX wheels, but gets a full Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain. Since the Dura Ace crank doesn’t have the integrated power meter option like the SRAM crank, Specialized includes their own power meter which is a collaboration with 4iiii.TARMAC SL7 PRO – SRAM FORCE ETAP AXS 1XInto 1x and electronic shifting? Specialized has you covered there with this build. This bike also marks the step down to the SL7 FACT 10r carbon frame from the 12r carbon of the S-Works models. Otherwise, it offers the same features.Built with a SRAM Force eTap AXS group, you get a 1×12 drivetrain with a 46t chainring and 10-36t cassette. This bike get the Roval Rapide CL wheels, and still gets a SRAM power meter for $7,000.TARMAC SL7 PRO – ULTEGRA DI2 There are just two options for the SL7 frame – Abalone/Spectraflair, or Carbon/White.This frame drops to the FACT 10r Carbon which results in a claimed weight of 920g – so about 120g more than the S-Works model. However, you still get all the same features, and the frameset includes the same components for $3,000.Tarmac SL7 & SL6 Geometry Charts Two versions of the SL7 frameset will be offered with the S-Works FACT 12r and lower spec FACT 10r SL7 frame.The lightest version of the new Tarmac, the frame has a claimed weight of 800g, fully painted, with all the parts. The frameset will include a FACT carbon fork, the new Tarmac integrated stem, and Tarmac Carbon seat post with Di2 Junction box hiding capabilities. It appears that the S-Works frame will be offered in a number of finishes for $5,000 each, though all paint schemes may not be available in all markets or at the same time.TARMAC SL7 FRAMESET Looking for the absolute cheapest way to get into a 2021 Tarmac? That would be the SL6.With a Shimano Tiagra 2×10 drivetrain, Axis Sport disc wheels, and a few other component concessions, the price drops to an approachable $2,000.SL7 Framesets The entry point for the SL7 frames is the Expert level which will come equipped in only Shimano Ultegra Di2.Priced at $5,000, you’re getting a full Ultegra 2×11 Di2 drivetrain, DT Swiss R470 tubeless wheels and the FACT 10r carbon frame with all of the new updates for 2021.TARMAC SL6 COMP No more teasers, the new Specialized Tarmac SL7 is finally here. If you’re looking for the details on what’s new, start with our tech breakdown on the new bike. Already read that and ready to check out all of the models and pricing? Then you’ve come to the right place.As outlined in the first post, the new Tarmac SL7 all but replaces the Venge. But instead of also completely replacing the outgoing Tarmac SL6, the frame that was used on the 2020 Tarmac SL6 Comp continues as the more affordable option for 2021 models. You’ll also find two framesets offered, one at the top S-Works SL7 level and the other is still an SL7 model, but with slightly lower spec FACT 10r carbon fiber.Here’s a complete list of every new Tarmac SL7 model with paint colors, build details, component specs, and pricing:S-WORKS TARMAC SL7 – SRAM RED ETAP AXS The SL7 Pro is also available with a 2×11 drivetrain in the form of this Ultegra Di2 version. It’s the same price at $7,000 for more gears, but you don’t get the power meter that’s included with the SRAM build.TARMAC SL7 EXPERT – ULTEGRA DI2last_img read more

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Shimano Goes Carbon for 2011 Dura-Ace Pedals

first_imgTested over the past few months in the pro peloton, Shimano’s new Dura-Ace PD-7900 SPD-SL pedal replaces the aluminum body with a proprietary long-fiber injection molded carbon fiber to drop about 30g per pair.The axles and bearings are contained within a billet aluminum cylinder bonded to the interior of the pedal body. This keeps the bearings from sitting directly on the carbon and provides a stronger, more durable design. Each pedal uses three sets of bearings to keep things rolling smooth and steady under load.The top uses a redesigned stainless steel plate to create a durable but smooth contact patch for the base of the cleat, allowing it to move naturally without wearing into the carbon body.Full specs, weights, etc., after the break…Long Fiber Injection Molded Carbon Body– Injection molding insures precise shape and consistent material distribution– Shimano proprietary long fiber carbon creates a stronger bodyThree Bearing Cartridge Axle– Three separate sets of bearings along the axle create better pedal stability andsmooth rotation regardless of load– An independent billet aluminum cartridge creates a more durable bearinginterface and preserves both carbon body and bearingsAdjustable Cleat Tension– Easy cleat tension adjustment at pedal back plateStainless Steel Top Place– New design stainless top plate protects the carbon body from wearWeight:– 248 gramsMSRP:– $349.99Availability:– September 2010last_img read more

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