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Frederick County Report 7/20/2011

Frederick County Report 7/20/2011

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Frederick County Report is the local newspaper for all of Frederick County and Winchester City, Virginia.
Frederick County Report is the local newspaper for all of Frederick County and Winchester City, Virginia.

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Seving all o  Fedeick County and Wincheste City 
July 20 – July 26, 2011Volume IIl, Issue 28
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Page 2 • Frederick County Report July 20 July 26, 2011Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
Obituaries
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 Peston Iving Moett 
Preston Irving Moett, Sr.,85, Winchester, died uesday,July 12.Moett was born in 1926, inWashington D.C., the son o thelate Preston Nelson and NellieRose Moett. He was a Veteranhaving served in the UnitedStates Navy during World WarII. He married Dorothy AnneFarkus on September 3, 1949,in Warrenton.Surviving with his wie arehis children, Preston I. “Bugs”Moett, Jr. o Winchester,Virginia, Stephanie “ay”Moett Litz and her husband,Donald P. Litz, Jr., o Butler,Maryland; our grandchildrenand brother, Wilbur Moetto Florida.One sister, Jeannette Athey preceded him in death.A uneral service was con-ducted at Sacred Heart o JesusCatholic Church with FatherStanley J. Krempa oiciating.Interment in Mount HebronCemetery, Winchester.
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Timothy Noel Human
imothy Noel Human, 50,Frederick County, died Sunday,July 10.Human was born in 1960, inCharleston, West Virginia, theson o James F. Human andPatricia L. Hager.He married Brenda McDan-iel on June 1, 2010, in Win-chester.Surviving with his wie andparents are his step-ather,Grady D. Hager and step-mother Janice Human; twostep-sons; two grandchildren,and two brothers.A memorial service was con-ducted at New Lie ChristianChurch on Middle Road withReverend Larry Veach oiciat-ing. Interment is private.
Viola Kline
Viola Kline, 86, StephensCity, died July 9. She was bornin Baldwin, North Dakota onNovember 30, 1924 to JohnAlbion Nordstrom and NellieMatilda Peterson Nordstromboth o Swedish heritage.Harry Leo Kline, Sr., marriedher on May 6, 1950. He died25 years later on September15, 1975.She is survived by her daugh-ter Barbara Helen Stickley andher husband Steve, two grand-sons. A stepson, a daughter inlaw, Betty Kline o Annapolis,MD and dear to her heart, 11step grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews across thenation.She was one o nine Nord-strom brothers and sisters.Preceding her in death is astepson, sister Rose Altono Jamestown, ND, and twobrothers.
Usula Hedin Cave
Ursula Hedin Cave, 90, Ste-phens City, died Tursday, July 14.Cave was born January 13, 1921in Bridgeport, Connecticut thedaughter o Edward and HelenLesko Hedin.She married Warren JosephCave, Sr. on June 6, 1942 inBridgeport,Connecticut. Hedied on December 29, 2006.Surviving are three sons; asister; nine grandchildren andmany great grandchildren.A daughter, Corrine Nancy Darrow and a brother, EdwardHedin preceded her in death.A graveside service was heldin Ridings Chapel Cemetery,Stephens City, VA.Arrangements are being han-dled by the Enders & Shirley Funeral Home, Stephens City.
 Jane Faulkne Rosenbege Weve 
Jane Faulkner Rosenberger Wever, 59, Frederick County, dieduesday, July 12.Wever was born in 1952, in Winchester, the daughter o the lateStephen M. and Louetta Jane Rosenberger. She married RobertB. Wever on August 2, 1975, in Winchester.Surviving with her husband is her son, Zeb Wever and herbrother, John Rosenberger all o Winchester.A uneral service was conducted at Braddock Street UnitedMethodist Church. Interment in Mount Hebron Cemetery,Winchester.
 Roxie Ann Haines Whitace
Roxie Ann Haines Whitacre,62, Frederick County, diedhursday, July 14.Whitacre was born in 1948,in Cumberland, Maryland, thedaughter o the late Samuel L.and G. Frances Haines.She married L.V. “Jack” Whit-acre on May 2, 1974 in Points,West Virginia.Surviving with her husband,are her children, roy D. Hainesand his wie, Amy, o Spring-ield, West Virginia, Jackelyn R.Brannon and husband, Gerald,Jr., o Stephens City, KristinM. Orndor and husband,Aaron, o Harrisonburg, BethW. Shobe and husband, ony;Paige D. Williams and husband,Karl, all o Stephens City, Vir-ginia; 7 grandchildren; 1 greatgrandchild; 1 sister, 1 brother;numerous nieces and nephewsand 2 special caregivers.One grandson, Luke M. Wil-liams and two sisters, CarolF. Puinburger and Zanna S.Sirk, preceded her in death.Funeral services are private.
Steany Maie Shanholtz Robetson
Steany Marie Shanholtz Rob-ertson, 38, Middletown, diedSaturday, July 16.She was born July 8, 1973in Winchester, the daughtero David L. and Gail FletcherShanholtz.Surviving are her son, CarterLee Robertson o Middletown;her parents, David L. and GailFletcher Shanholtz o StephensCity; her brother, David P.Shanholtz and his wie Laura o Stephens City and 2 nephews;her sister, Amy Shanholtz Mes-sick and her husband Danny and a niece, and 2 nephews; hermaternal grandmother, JeanLyles o Bowie, MD.A uneral service will behursday, July 21 at 11 a.m.in Mountain View Church o Christ with Evangelist DougHardman oiciating.Burial will ollow in MountHebron Cemetery.
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July 20 – July 26, 2011• Frederick County Report Page 3Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.FredCoReport.com
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here’s more to being connected tothe Internet than checking email andreading out-o-state newspapers. Withthe right sotware, we can exercise ourbrains.CogniFit Personal Coach is an onlineprogram geared to helping seniorsimprove memory, stay alert, multi-taskand think aster. here’s nothing todownload to your computer. Te wholeprogram is online, and you only need tosign up and log in. Ater an initial assess-ment, it keeps track o your progress as you go step-by-step through more then100 dierent levels.Among the many areas it covers areauditory short-term memory, spatialperception, visual scanning, eye-handcoordination and response time.Getting benefts rom the programonly takes one hour a week, brokeninto three 20-minute sessions. I youdon’t have a computer, your programcan be done on a riend’s computer oreven at the library, since your sign-oninormation is secure.CogniFit won the 2009 InternationalCouncil on Active Aging award orcreative products aimed at seniors. Teprogram costs $14.95 per month. Log onand see how it works at www.cognift.com. I in doubt about the value o thetraining, click the Scientifc Validationtab and look through the studies.I you’re uncertain about computeruse, those who use computer or any amount o time are 44 percent less likely to have mild cognitive impairment. Addin exercise, and you can delay (or evenprevent) mental decline.Preer to work with pencil and paper?Pick up a Graduate Record Exam (GRE)study guide at the bookstore. Eachgeneral test book has practice questionson a variety o topics such as math, vo-cabulary, reading comprehension. alkabout brain stretchers!
Matilda Charles regrets that shecannot personally answer readerquestions, but will incorporate theminto her column whenever possible.Write to her in care o King FeaturesWeekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Or-lando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mailto columnreply@gmail.com.
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A new program is available or homeowners acing the ear o ore-closure. People Incorporated seeks all applications by July 22 or thisprogram.Funds will be provided or mortgage assistance to qualied candidates.For more inormation contact Jamie Gross at People Incorporated:276-619-2201 or by emailing jgross@peopleinc.net.
Volunteers needed
he Patsy Cline HistoricHouse is looking or vol-unteer docents to provide visitors an introduction andopportunity to explore thehome. Docents will receiveextensive training in Patsy Cline’s history, the house’sbackground, artiacts onexhibit, and public speak-ing skills.Located at 608 South KentStreet, the house is whereCline lived with her amily rom 1948 to 1957, yearswhich proved to be deci-sive or the Country mu-sic superstar’s early career.Once open, the house willbe the only authentic ex-hibit dedicated to Cline,who was inducted into theCountry Music Hall o Famein 1973.his will be the perectchance or Patsy enthusiaststo get involved with the proj-ect. I you’d like to volunteerat the Patsy Cline HistoricHouse, contact ExecutiveDirector Judy Sue Huyett-Kemp at 888-608-2726.
People Incorporated help individuals avoid homelessness, improvetheir homes, nd aordable housing, learn good money managementhabits and buy their rst home.Low interest loan packages and counseling are available or eligibleamilies, as well as one-on-one homeowner education and housingcounseling services, provides temporary housing or people who arehomeless or at-risk o becoming homless, one-time emergency as-sistance with rent, mortgages or even utility payments.More inormation is available by contact the organization directly viaphone or email aorementioned.

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