Obituaries for July 25, 2014
Lois Van Severen   July 26, 2014
Richard Wilson   July 26, 2014
Christian Nacos   July 26, 2014
Gabriella 'Gaye' Maertens  July 26, 2014
Michael 'Boogie' Carlile  July 26, 2014
Lola 'Jackie' Roden  July 26, 2014
Junior Parson Sr.   July 26, 2014
Joseph Bishop   July 26, 2014
Gary Anderson  July 26, 2014
Garnet Hettrick  July 26, 2014
Ronald Dolleslager   July 26, 2014
Linnea Foster   July 26, 2014
Edward Stamer   July 25, 2014
Geraldine Schafer  July 25, 2014
Patty Powers   July 25, 2014
Richard Mills  July 25, 2014
Jack New   July 25, 2014
Bernadine Ehman  July 25, 2014
Ronald Dolleslager  July 25, 2014
Joseph Bishop  July 25, 2014
Linnea Foster  July 25, 2014
Sally Woodridge-Duncan   July 25, 2014
Richard 'Dick' Wilson  July 25, 2014
Patty Powers  July 25, 2014
Christian Nacos  July 25, 2014
Richard Mills  July 25, 2014
Eliza Meyer   July 25, 2014
David Keller   July 25, 2014
Dennis Haas   July 25, 2014
Richard Atzen   July 25, 2014
Roger Roady   July 25, 2014
Arlyn Cady   July 25, 2014
Robert McNalley   July 25, 2014
Jack New  July 25, 2014
Alvin 'Kenny' Overton   July 25, 2014
Lois Van Severen  July 25, 2014




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  Today is Monday, July 28, the 209th day of 2014. There are 156 days left in the year.

1864 -- 150 years ago: Port Byron passengers and mails will be transported by the Sterling and Rock Island railroad.
1889 -- 125 years ago: The congregation of the First Methodist church worshiped in Harper's theater, where construction work is being done at the church site.
1914 -- 100 years ago: Three-eye baseball for Moline was assured the Danville Franchise will be transferred to the Plow city.
1939 -- 75 years ago: Roseville Methodist Church is observing its 100th anniversary.
1964 -- 50 years ago: The last remaining unfinished portion of Interstate 80 between the Quad-Cities and Joliet will be opened to traffic by Aug 12.
1989 -- 25 years ago: Of all the highlights of the last 12 years, this is the greatest of all, said Dennis Hitchcock, producer director of Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse, as he torched the mortgage, clearing a $220,000 loan financing the downtown Rock Island theater's beginnings in 1977.




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