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Bernadine T. (Ferkel) Wolf

The Citizens' Voice 20 Jun 2021
(Ferkel) Wolf, formerly of Orchard and First streets, Plymouth, passed peacefully into eternal life just after 1 a.m ... Born June 7, 1924, in Plymouth, Mrs ... Stephen’s Parochial School and later attended the former Plymouth High School ... Wolf was employed in the valley’s garment industry by the former Liberty Silk Mill of Edwardsville for many years.
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Jack Robert McAllister

The Citizens' Voice 20 Jun 2021
Jack Robert McAllister, 64, of Kingston, passed away Friday, June 18, 2021, at his home, with his mother Nancy Berley by his side ... He was employed by Air Excellence Co., Plymouth, where he worked exclusively in the heating and air conditioning division in both residential and commercial ... Joseph Rafferty officiating ... ....
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Yarrow Stadium rebuild may require compromises due to costs - council

RNZ 15 Jun 2021
The owner of the quake-prone Yarrow Stadium in New Plymouth says compromises might need to be made to the $50 million rebuild project if the new East Stand goes over budget ... New Plymouth MP Glen Bennett said he was comfortable the project, which was employing about 75 people, was good use of public funds ... That's really positive ... .
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Fund in memory of Plymouth 9/11 victim continues to help children, veterans

The Patriot Ledger 04 Jun 2021
PLYMOUTH – Nearly 20 years have passed since Jennifer Kane headed off to work at the World Trade Center on Sept ... While family and friends continue to mourn the loss of the vibrant young accountant from West Plymouth, they have also channeled their grief into good ... Kane worked as a lifeguard and camp counselor at the YMCA camp in South Plymouth.
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Autocam Medical plans $60M expansion, 250 new jobs

Michigan Live 04 Jun 2021
KENTWOOD, MI — Autocam Medical is building a new plant near the corner of Broadmoor Avenue SE and 36th Street, a $60 million investment that’s expected to result in 250 new jobs by 2024 ... of Johnson City, Tenn ... It employs about 230 people in West Michigan, and has plants in Plymouth, Massachusetts, as well as Murfreesboro, Tennessee ... Paris Ave ... .
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George E. Rice

The Citizens' Voice 27 May 2021
He served in the Navy and was formerly employed in the newspaper industry. He was also a member of the Plymouth ... Main St., Plymouth.
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Soaring prices herald boom time for steel makers

Finance & Commerce 22 May 2021
Since the early 1960s, employment in the steel industry has fallen more than 75% ... At its Plymouth, Michigan, plant, Clips & Clamps Industries employs roughly 50 workers who stamp and form steel into components for cars such as the metal props that are used to keep the hood open when checking the oil.
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Big gaps in vaccine rates across the US worry health experts

Johnson City Press 21 May 2021
regulators to grant full approval to the vaccines soon, which will give employers, the military and health systems the green light to require vaccination. Gail Borel, of Plymouth, Massachusetts, a nurse who arrived with her husband at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday to get their second doses, said she was initially reluctant.
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Opponents push bill protecting meatpacking workers off the agenda

Kearney Hub 18 May 2021
CHRIS DUNKER Lincoln Journal Star ... Opponents of a bill (LB241) from Omaha Sen ... Nebraska moves to shield businesses from COVID lawsuits. Sen ... Ray Aguilar of Grand Island and Tom Brandt of Plymouth -- both of whom represent districts that employ a large number of meatpacking workers -- said the bill was not as onerous as opponents made it out to be ... Sen ... .
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Robert Zeroka

The Citizens' Voice 13 May 2021
Robert Zeroka, 87, of Plymouth, passed away Tuesday, May 11, 2021, in the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Plains Twp ... Robert graduated from Plymouth High School, Class of 1951 ... Upon returning to the U.S., he began employment at Atwater Throwing Company, Plymouth ... Main St., Plymouth, followed by Divine Liturgy at 11 a.m.
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Arline Brodhead

The Citizens' Voice 13 May 2021
Born in Plymouth, she was the daughter of the late Howard and Gertrude Johns Shaw. Arline was a graduate of Plymouth High School and Wilkes-Barre Business College. She was employed as a clerk by the Social Security Administration and at the Nanticoke State Hospital until her retirement ... Funeral services for Arline will be held at 11 a.m ... ....
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Barney Ronay: Man City’s title is a triumph of class and refinement on the hoof

The Irish Times 11 May 2021
Was it ever in doubt? Funnily enough, the answer to this question is yes ... This is both true and also pointlessly true, a paradox hard-wired into modern football, and one that will remain right up until the moment Guardiola takes a three-year sabbatical at Plymouth Argyle. The richest teams employ the most successful manager ... City were 13th ... Photograph.
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Manchester City’s title is a triumph of class and refinement on the hoof

The Observer 11 May 2021
Was it ever in doubt? Funnily enough, the answer to this question is yes ... Read more ... This is both true and also pointlessly true, a paradox hard-wired into modern football, and one that will remain right up until the moment Guardiola takes a three-year sabbatical at Plymouth Argyle. The richest teams employ the most successful manager ... City were 13th ... .
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Lois G. Shonk

The Citizens' Voice 05 May 2021
Lois G. Shonk, 91, of Kingston, passed away on Sunday, May 2, 2021, at Residential Hospice, Wilkes Barre. She was born in Plymouth on Nov ... She was a member of the graduating class of 1947 of Plymouth High School. Lois was employed for 43 years by I.J. Hosey Insurance, retiring in 2015 ... Thursday from George A ... ....
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Eric K. Barletta

The Sun Chronicle 28 Apr 2021
Eric K. Barletta, age 35, passed away on April 25, 2021, at his home in North Attleboro. Eric was born on Jan. 25, 1986 in Norwood and was a graduate of Plymouth State University in N.H. He was employed as a construction estimator for Barletta Associates Inc. in Foxboro ... He struggled with addiction and had many health issues ... at St ... .
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