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Gragg and brother, Howard W. A private service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the local humane society.
Joan was born on September 16, in St. Phillips, Montana to Amelia and Felix Kunda. She attended elementary school at St. Mary's in Richardton, North Dakota, St. Phillips school in St. Thomas School in Great Falls, Montana.
Joan attended high school in Wibaux, Montana and graduated in The two were married on December, 15, After Joan and James completed their naval service, they moved to Knoxville where their six children were raised. She continued her nursing career at St. InJoan began working at Park West Hospital, where she stayed until her retirement in Joan loved her family and spending time with her grandchildren.
She was a active member of St. John Neumann Catholic Church. Joan was preceded in death by her husband, Fred; grand daughters, Shantel and Eliza; mother, Amelia; father, Felix and step father, Earl.
The family will receive friends from 5 to 6: Friday with funeral services to follow at 7 p. Family and friends will gather at 1 p. Saturday at Marietta Church Cemetery for graveside services with Rev. Full military honors will be conferred by the U. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. She retired from the Social Security Administration.
Margaret served four years in the United States Air Force. The family will receive friends from 6 to 7: Family and friends will gather at 11 a. Saturday in Lakeview Cemetery for graveside services. Box 52, Lenoir City, TN Ron was of the Baptist faith and a member of St. John's Memorial Baptist Church. He and his family moved to Chattanooga in Ron was a former employee of Southern Cellulose Company for 19 years. He was an currently employed with Hawker Power Source.
Friends may call at their convenience Saturday. The family will receive friends from 2 to 3 p. Interment will follow in the Marietta Cemetery. He was preceded in death by father, Billy Joe Flynn.
Interment will follow in the Lenoir City Cemetery. Box 22, Knoxville, TN He served in the U. John was a retired mechanic.
He was preceded in death by parents; several brothers and sisters. Family and friends will gather at 3 p. Don Rockholt and Rev. Military honors will be conferred. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the American Cancer Society. Jones, age 71, of Farragut, passed away Monday morning, September 18, at his home after a brief illness.
Fred was a long-time resident of the Town of Farragut and had served on the Farragut Metropolitan Planning Commission since He served as alderman from to He was named Corporate Fellow in in recognition of major technical accomplishments in the development and implementation of revolutionary advancements in manufacturing technology for nuclear weapons.
Fred led the development and implementation of numerical control precision machining and gauging at the Y Plant to obtain revolutionary advances in accuracy. Since his retirement, he has been a consultant with Pro2Serve in Oak Ridge. Fred had a great interest in anything mechanical and was an accomplished craftsman. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
Jones and Vera Webster Jones, who preceded him in death. He is survived by: His ex-wife, Sue M. Jones, mother of his children, also survives him. Damn, I miss Rolf! Since that terrible discovery, Cahn has played lots of music, including a public performance with his oldest son at Jackalope Pottery earlier this month.
He also completed a novel, The Immigrant, which, according to friends, is a tale of the ancient general Hannibal reincarnated and living in modern-day Santa Fe. But shortly after completing The Immigrant, Cahn became bedridden at his home. His three sons - Jesse, 45, Michael, 27, and Andrew, 24 - and other friends have been taking care of his needs: It also could describe the feeling at the Cahn household in recent weeks.
Dozens of friends have come by during the past weeks to give their love to Rolf. Eve Muir, whose late husband John Muir was one of Cahn's best friends, comes by the house frequently, bringing Cahn bottles of water. Cahn's skin now has a yellow hue. Always wiry, he seems to have lost weight. Although those who know him will always remember how Cahn loved to talk, argue, rant and sing, it seems painful for him to talk now.
The words are scarce. Cahn is asleep much of the time, but when he wakes up to find a familiar face in his room, his eyes light up and he flashes a smile. On Friday he smiled at a longtime acquaintance and pointed at him. The phone at Cahn's home has rung frequently in recent days.
His sons say he has received calls from Romania, England and Germany. The letters have been pouring in.
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Eric Von Schmidt, an old Cambridge folkie who recorded an album with Cahn in the early '60s recently wrote, calling Cahn, "The born teacher. The guy with the best licks and the prettiest chicks Induring Hitler's reign, Cahn's family fled, immigrating to the United States. The Cahns ended up in Detroit, where, Rolf always told friends and interested reporters, he learned how to box in self-defense. Cahn himself wrote about the meeting in his book Self Defense for Gentle People. There he became involved in labor organizing, left-wing politics and, not coincidentally, folk music.
He learned guitar - both folk and flamenco - and in campaigned for Henry Wallace, a former vice president who was the Progressive Party's presidential candidate in Infollowing the drowning death of a son, he moved to Cambridge, Mass.
Jesse Cahn remembers Odetta - the folk singer best known for her rendition of Woodie Guthrie's "Pastures of Plenty" - as his babysitter during those years. Cahn is quoted extensively and praised reverently in the book.
Like most good teachers, he was always searching and learning himself. He taught martial arts at night but soon learned that his folk music credentials meant little in a town known for being hard on musicians.
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According to accounts of friends and newspaper stories at the time, masked intruders broke into the front part of his house, where his former wife and children were residing.
Cahn, who was living in the back part of the house, opened fire, killing one of the burglars.
Cahn himself was shot in the arm and a bullet grazed his head. He returned with his two youngest sons in the late s. He taught k'ang jo fu, eventually opening The Cahn School of Movement. Occasionally he played music, trying every so often to get a scene going here, but usually ending up in frustration. Although in the early days he was best known for interpreting folk songs and blues, Cahn in the s released two tapes of his own songs A Special Love and Midnight Sun.
His family and Eve Muir are working on releasing a tape of recently recorded songs called Fall Rain. Cahn also remained active in social causes. He spoke at a City Council meeting against police brutality last year after the police shooting of Francisco "Pancho" Ortega. About a year ago, his sons say, Rolf Cahn's energy level began to drop. He also began having stomach problems.
But nobody thought much about it until he was diagnosed with liver cancer.