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Obituary | Mildred Robbins | Heller & Skinner Funeral Home and the Lewis, Hurley & Pietrobono Funeral Home
April 06, 1927 – January 10, 2009
MARYLAND – Mildred “Millie” Robbins, 81, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, January 10, 2009 at her home.
She was born April 6, 1927 in Otego, the daughter of Frank and Carrie (Gardner) Briscoe.
She married Howard Robbins on July 18, 1946 in Otego. They resided in West End Oneonta until moving to Good Year Lake in 1959.
Millie worked for Kresge’s, Newberry’s and Breese’s Department stores before going to work (at the age of 22) for Bendix in Sidney, in department #32. She worked herself up to becoming an Expeditor and later became a coordinator for Production Control until her retirement in 1974. She was the Bookkeeper and administration support of Robbins Construction for many years. She was also a licensed beautician and active in the Oneonta community by giving of her time as a Girl Scout Leader.
Millie worked for many years for the Town of Milford by serving on the Grievance Board, the Board of Assessors and became Chairman. She also became Secretary and Treasurer of the Otsego County Assessors Association and was a member of the Planning Board, working with Fred Knott, Jim Brow and Bob Riddel.
She is survived by her daughter, Christy Lyn and husband, Fred Green of Atlanta, GA; three granddaughters, Carli and husband, Mark Schultz of Denver, CO, Wendy and Lindsey Green of Atlanta, GA; a great-grandson, William Gerhard Schultz of Denver, CO; a brother, Alton and wife, Geraldine Briscoe of Unadilla; nieces and nephews, Robert Briscoe of Hartwick, Sylvia Fritts of Cooperstown, Henry Briscoe of Horseheads, Shirley Eichler of Bainbridge, Richard Briscoe of East Meredith, Phyllis Heannings of Delancy, Janice Burdick of Bloomville, Barbara Miller of Riner, VA, Lauri Aji of Glens Falls, Linda Wright of Mt. Vision, Gordon Emerson of Springfield, VT, Wayne Michaels of Mt. Vision, Cathy McCarthy of Latham, Jon Michaels of Goodyear Lake, Bill Briscoe of West Oneonta, Brad Briscoe of Mt. Vision and Dr. Leigh Briscoe Dwyer of Laurens and Long Island; and a brother-in-law, Art Robbins of West Oneonta, and his children.
She was predeceased by her husband, Howard on August 3, 1995; brothers, Charles, Harlon and Vernerd Briscoe; sisters, Pearl Emerson and Adah Michaels; and nephews, James Emerson and Kirk Michaels.
A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, January 13, 2009 at Lewis, Hurley & Pietrobono Funeral Home, 51 Dietz St., Oneonta, with the Rev. Judith A. Thistle, chaplain at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital, officiating.
Interment will take place at the Evergreen Cemetery in Otego at a later date.
Contributions may be made to the Catskill Area Hospice & Palliative Care, 1 Birchwood Dr., Oneonta, NY 13820
To sign the guest book or send a condolence, visit, www.lhpfuneralhome.com
The Lewis, Hurley & Pietrobono Funeral Home, 51 Dietz St., Oneonta, is serving the family.
Cashier job in Elmira at Michaels Stores
Michaels is an art and craft retail chain of companies. It has more than 1,000 retail stores. It was established in 1973 and has its headquarters in Irving, Texas. Its vision is to lead in innovation and growth and inspire its customers to be creative. Its values are putting people first, teamwork, doing the right thing, improvement, accountability, passion, and fun.
Job DescriptionStore – ELMIRA-BIG FLATS, NYWe’re here for the makers! Come be a part of the team where innovation and teamwork come together to support the most exciting missions in the world!
Help customers shop our store and be able to find what they’re looking for. Ensure all customers receive a fast and friendly checkout experience. Maintain store recovery standards to deliver our Brand Promises.
- Adhere to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and Company programs to ensure compliance to applicable laws and requirements; execute Company policies and standards
- Provide a fast and friendly check out experience
- Execute cash handling to standards
- Engage customers on benefits of Rewards and complete enrollments
- Educate customer on Voice of Customer (VOC) survey
- Participate in the truck un-load and stocking processes to ensure truck standards are followed and completed within budget
- Responsible to complete merchandise recovery and maintenance to include the merchandise return / go back process
- Support shrink and safety programs
- Assist with Omni channel processes
- Acknowledge customers, help locate product and provide solutions
- Interacts with others in an accepting and respectful manner; remains positive and respectful, even in difficult situations; promotes commitment to the organization’s vision and values; projects a positive image and serves as a role model for others
- Cross trained in Custom Framing selling and production
- Other duties as assigned
- Retail and/or customer service experience preferred
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- Receive payment by cash, check, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debits.
- Answer customers’ questions, and provide information on procedures or policies.
- Help customers find the location of products.
- Issue receipts, refunds, credits, or change due to customers.
- Greet customers entering establishments.
- Supervise others and provide on-the-job training.
- Assist customers by providing information and resolving their complaints.
- Maintain clean and orderly checkout areas and complete other general cleaning duties, such as mopping floors and emptying trash cans.
- Establish or identify prices of goods, services, or admission, and tabulate bills, using calculators, cash registers, or optical price scanners.
- Answer incoming phone calls.
- Bag, box, wrap, or gift-wrap merchandise, and prepare packages for shipment.
- Assist with duties in other areas of the store, such as monitoring fitting rooms or bagging and carrying out customers’ items.
- Stock shelves, sort and reshelve returned items, and mark prices on items and shelves.
- Offer customers carry-out service at the completion of transactions.
- Count money in cash drawers at the beginning of shifts to ensure that amounts are correct and that there is adequate change.
- Calculate total payments received during a time period, and reconcile this with total sales.
- Keep periodic balance sheets of amounts and numbers of transactions.
- Compute and record totals of transactions.
- Monitor checkout stations to ensure that they have adequate cash available and that they are staffed appropriately.
- Sort, count, and wrap currency and coins.
- Weigh items sold by weight to determine prices.
- Issue trading stamps and redeem food stamps and coupons.
- Pay company bills by cash, vouchers, or checks.
- Post charges against guests’ or patients’ accounts.
- Request information or assistance using paging systems.
- Process merchandise returns and exchanges.
- Cash checks for customers.
- Sell tickets and other items to customers.
- Compile and maintain non-monetary reports and records.
- Active Listening – Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
- Speaking – Talking to others to convey information effectively.
- Service Orientation – Actively looking for ways to help people.
- Administration and Management – Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
- Clerical – Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, stenography and transcription, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology.
- Customer and Personal Service – Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
- Mathematics – Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications.
Michaels is an art and craft retail chain of companies. It has more than 1,000 retail stores. It was established in 1973 and has its headquarters in Irving, Texas. Its vision is to lead in innovation and growth and inspire its customers to be creative. Its values are putting people first, teamwork, doing the right thing, improvement, accountability, passion, and fun. Its goal is to support its customers and to make every customer experience special. The company has more than 50,000 team members working with it to achieve its goal. It offers its services to artists and designers. Some of its products include art supplies, decor, frames, teacher supplies, baking supplies, beads, and jewelry. Available openings include sales team member, customer experience manager, framing manager, part-time framer, store manager, merchandiser manager, operations manager, and more. Employee benefits include medical insurance, dental plan, vision plan, 401k retirement savings plan, and more.
Total job postings in the pastBased on 130 job boards, duplications excluded
Average posting lifetime
Total job posting distribution in the pastBased on 130 job boards, duplications excluded
|Job category||Distribution||6 months||1 year|
|Consulting & Upper Management||39.7%||99%||63,813%|
|Marketing & PR||9.1%||96%||4%|
|Human Resources||0. 4%||54%||4,000%|
|Transportation & Logistics||0. 2%||80%||50%|
|Arts & Entertainment||0. 1%||100%||17%|
|Government & Military||0.1%||40%||17%|
|Non-Profit & Volunteering||50%||75%|
Timothy Michael Sullivan 1967 2021, death notice, Obituaries, Necrology
Obituary of Timothy Michael Sullivan
Timothy M. Sullivan Age 53 of Horseheads, NY passed away on July 30, 2021 as the result of a motor vehicle accident. He was born on October 31, 1967 in Elmira, NY the son of Michael Justin and Cynthia A. Smith Sullivan Jr. Tim worked as a mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service of Elmira, NY. He was pre-deceased by his father Michael Justin Sullivan Jr. on July 21, 2018.
Timothy is survived by his mother Cynthia A. Smith Sullivan of Horseheads, NY; brothers and sisters-in-law: Michael R. & Rosemary Barnoski Sullivan of Horseheads, NY; Mark J. & Leandra Stone Sullivan of Horseheads, NY; Christopher M. & Michelle Dean Sullivan of Elmira, NY; nieces and nephews: Jaime Lynne Whelpley, Jessica Lea Immerman, Mark Joshua Sullivan, Madelaine Jay Sempler, Justin Matthew Sullivan, Michael Brody Sullivan, Mallory Ann Sullivan, Connor Dean Sullivan, and Quinn Michael Sullivan; great nieces and great nephews: Dominic Louis Hoppe , Brylee Athena Hoppe , William James Immerman, Oliver Gregory Immerman, Seamus Micheal Immerman, and Luna Sempler; uncles and aunt: Fred Lawrence of Horseheads, NY; Martin M. & Patricia Sullivan of Horseheads, NY; Sharon (Mrs. William) Fuller of Clearwater, FL; Ollie Smith of Arizona; Suzanne & John Brennan of Longmont, CO; and Suzette Davidson of Texas; cousins and a host of caring friends. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the LYNCH FUNERAL HOME 318 WEST BROAD STREET HORSEHEADS, NY on Sunday August 15, 2021 from 2-5PM Timothy’s Funeral Services will be held at the conclusion of calling hours at 5PM with the Rev. John DeSocio Officiating. Words of Condolence and Memories may be shared at www.lynchsfuneralhome.com .
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Michaels & Associates Inc Agent Norman Michaels In Armonk, NY
Michaels & Associates Inc – Norman Michaels In Armonk, NY
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Michaels Arts & Crafts Store – Elmira, NY – 845 County Rte 64
We believe Michaels is where creativity happens. With 1,313 stores (consisting of 1,196 Michaels stores in the 49 states and Canada and 117 Aaron Brothers stores) as of January 30, 2016 and $4.9 billion in sales in fiscal 2015, Michaels is the largest arts and crafts specialty retailer in North America. We also operate a market-leading vertically-integrated custom framing business. Our mission is to: inspire and enable customer creativity; create a fun and rewarding place to work; foster meaningful connections with our communities; and lead the industry in growth and innovation. With helpful store Team Members and a broad selection of merchandise, combined with compelling in-store events and online content, we believe we offer the most complete arts and crafts experience and are the preferred destination in the industry.
Our stores are at the heart of our customer engagement strategy, showcasing our artistic and creative products while providing an opportunity for our store Team Members to interact with customers and help them develop creative ideas. We carry a broad and deep assortment of approximately 35,000 stock-keeping units (“SKUs”) in arts, crafts, scrapbooking, floral, framing, home décor, seasonal offerings, and children’s hobbies that enable us to satisfy the diverse needs of our customers. We have also developed a robust online platform which promotes social networking and includes expert tips, project ideas, marketing content and information about upcoming in-store events. In recent years, we have capitalized on our market-leading scale to create a team and infrastructure dedicated to designing, sourcing and delivering high quality, on-trend merchandise, including a growing number of products under our portfolio of private brands.
Our private branded products, which represented approximately 53% of net sales in fiscal 2015, are only available at Michaels and allow us to further differentiate our merchandise while enhancing product margins. We are also able to use our scale and market leadership to identify and secure exclusive third party products. We believe our compelling store experience and broad product offering distinguish us from our competitors and position Michaels as the leading brand that defines arts and crafts.
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The alien got to his feet awkwardly. He was an overweight man with a stern face and expressionless eyes. There was absolutely nothing special in his appearance or habits. The most extraordinary thing about him was his absolute ordinariness. The impression was that he was deliberately trying to get rid of all the traits that were in any way conspicuous.
– What is this violence? – he asked. Even his voice was absolutely ordinary and colorless. Quinn turned to Pigott.
– What happened? – he inquired, assuming severity.
“I was standing outside the door, Inspector,” Pigott replied, still catching his breath, “and when this guy entered, I lightly touched his shoulder. He threw himself at me like a tiger, punched me in the face – he was a pretty striker, inspector – and tried to hide.
Queen looked at the stranger accusingly.He said softly:
– This is a lie. He attacked me, and I defended myself.
“Well, well,” Quinn muttered. “We won’t get far this way.
The door suddenly flew open and Detective Johnson rushed into the hallway.
– Velye sent me here in case you need me, Inspector … I noticed this man right away. He was obviously sniffing out something here, and I decided to follow him. Inspector Queen nodded.
– I’m glad you came.I might well need you, ”he said, and motioned for everyone to follow into the living room.
“Well, my dear,” he said sternly to the stranger, “the show is over. Lay out who you are, what you are and why.
– My name is Charles Michaels, sir. I am Mr. Monty Field’s servant.
The Inspector narrowed his eyes. All of this man’s demeanor suddenly changed imperceptibly. His face, as before, did not express anything, and everything seemed to remain the same. And yet the inspector sensed a change.He glanced at Ellery and read confirmation of his thought in his eyes.
– Is it true? A servant, then? Where did you come from at such an early hour with your suitcase?
He pointed to a small suitcase – a cheap black one that Pigott had brought. Ellery, meanwhile, went into the hallway and lifted something from the floor.
– I don’t understand, sir. The question seemed to throw Michaels off balance. “This is my suitcase, sir. I was planning to go on vacation today and arranged with Mr. Field that I would stop by before I left to get my pay.
The Old Man’s eyes flashed. That’s it! Michaels’ behavior has not changed, but his voice and manner of expression have changed significantly.
– So you wanted to get a check from Mr. Field this morning? – muttered the inspector. – Strange, very strange … after everything that happened …
Michaels let his face show surprise for a moment. For a moment, no more.
– What happened? Where is Mr. Field?
– Oh! lies, this glorious man lies for a long time in the damp land! Ellery recited with a grin as he walked out of the hallway and waving the newspaper Michaels had dropped in his fight with Pigott.- Old man, this is already too much, really. Here is the morning paper in your hand. And the first thing I see when I pick her up off the floor is a huge front page headline about the trouble that happened to Mr. Field. Here, in bold letters, half a page. He, you say, did not catch your eye?
Michaels stared blankly at Ellery and at the newspaper. Then he looked away and said quietly:
– I haven’t had a minute to read the paper today, sir. What happened to Mr. Field?
“Field is killed, Michaels, and you have known about it for a long time,” the inspector said, barely holding back.
“I didn’t know that, trust me, sir,” the servant objected respectably.
– Stop lying! Quinn exploded. – Tell me why you are here, otherwise you will have enough time to talk all sorts of nonsense, sitting behind bars.
– I am telling you the truth, sir. Mr. Field told me to come yesterday this morning to get a check from him. That’s all I know.
– You were supposed to meet here?
– Yes, sir.
– Then why did you forget to call? You opened the door with a key, as if you did not expect to find someone in the apartment, my dear!
– Forgot to call? The servant looked at Quinn in surprise.“But I always open the door with my key. I never bother Mr. Field unnecessarily.
– Why didn’t Mr. Field write you a check yesterday? The inspector asked.
– I don’t think he had his checkbook with him, sir.
– You don’t have a very good imagination, Michaels. When was the last time you saw him yesterday?
“About seven o’clock, sir,” Michaels replied without hesitation. – I don’t live in this apartment. She is too small, and Field loves … loves her personal life.I usually come at five in the morning to make him breakfast, prepare a bath and a dress. And when he goes to work, I clean up a little. The rest of the day until the evening is at my disposal. I come back around five and make dinner in case Mr. Field doesn’t let me know during the day that he will be dining out. I also prepare an evening wardrobe for him. And this is where my working day ends … When I got his dress ready last night, he gave me directions for the check.
“Not a particularly tiresome daily routine,” Ellery pointed out.“What kind of dress did you prepare for him last night, Michaels?”
The servant looked at Ellery with respect.
– Linen, sir, socks, evening shoes, starched shirt, cufflinks, collar, white tie, tailcoat, cloak, hat …
“Oh, yes, about the hat,” Queen interrupted. – What was that hat, Michaels?
“His top hat, sir, he only has one, but very expensive,” he said reverently. “From the Brown Brothers, I think.
Quinn drummed his fingers on the arm of his chair.He was clearly bored.
– Tell me Michaels what you did last night after you finished your work here. That is, after seven o’clock.
– I went home, sir. I had to pack my suitcase, and besides, I was pretty tired during the day. He had a snack and went to bed right away, probably about half past nine.
– Where do you live?
Michaels gave the address – it turned out to be in a house on East 146th Street, in the part where it passes through the Bronx.
– Well, okay … Tell me, did anyone come here regularly to Field? – the inspector continued asking questions.
Michaels wrinkled his brow politely.
– I don’t know, sir. Mr. Field is not a very sociable person. But since I have not been here in the evenings, it is difficult for me to say who came in my absence. But …
– Yes, yes?
– There was a lady here, sir … – Michaels hesitated, and obviously faked. – I would not like to call her name under the circumstances …
– What’s her name? Quinn asked angrily.
– Her last name is not the right one, sir.Rasso. Almost Russo. Her name was Mrs. Russo.
– How long has Mr. Field knew this Mrs. Russo?
– Several months, sir. I think he met her at some party in Greenwich Village.
– Is that so? Are they really engaged? Michaels seemed somewhat embarrassed.
– You could put it that way, sir, although it was not that official …
There was a silence.
– How long have you been in the service of Monty Field, Michaels? The inspector asked.
– Next month, the term will be three years. Quinn abruptly changed the subject. He began to ask questions about Field’s attitude to the theater, about his financial situation, and his addiction to alcohol. Michaels, down to the smallest detail, confirmed Mrs. Russo’s testimony. He did not report anything new.
“You said you worked for Field for about three years,” said the inspector, getting comfortable in his chair. – How did you find this job?
Michaels hesitated for a minute.
– I saw an ad in the newspaper, sir.
– Okay … But if you’ve been working for Field for three years, you should probably know Benjamin Morgan as well. Michaels suddenly smiled broadly.
“Of course I know Mr. Morgan,” he said with warmth in his voice. “A really nice man, sir. He was Mr. Field’s partner in a law firm. But then – about two years ago – they separated, and since then I have not seen Mr. Morgan again.
– And before they parted, did you often see him?
“No, sir,” the servant replied with deep regret.- Mr. Field was a very different person …, um, like, than Mr. Morgan, and they did not communicate outside the service. I remember that I saw Mr. Morgan in this apartment three or four times, no more, and he only came when urgent business required him. But even about those visits, I can tell little, because I did not stay in the apartment for the whole evening … As far as I know, he has not been here since they stopped cheating.
For the first time in the entire conversation, Quinn smiled.
– Thank you for your frankness, Michaels … And one more thing: remember a couple of gossip for me, please – were there any stormy scenes between them when they parted? What did they say about this?
– Oh no sir! I have never heard that there was any showdown between them or something like that.On the contrary, Mr. Field told me after they stopped cooperating that he and Mr. Morgan remained friends. That’s what he said.
Michaels turned as someone gripped him tightly by the hand. It was Ellery.
“I am listening to you, sir,” the servant said politely.
– Michaels, my dear, – Ellery looked at him sternly, – I don’t really like to stir up the past, but why didn’t you tell the inspector anything about your stay in prison?
It hit the bull’s-eye.Michaels froze like a stone idol. Not a single blood remained in his face.
– But … but how did you get to the bottom? He finally muttered, and his whole manner of expression immediately became considerably less courteous and respectable. The eldest Queen gave his son a look tantamount to applause. Pigott and Johnson immediately stepped closer to the trembling servant.
Ellery lit a cigarette.
“Actually, I didn’t even know about it,” he said, getting in a good mood. – That is, I did not know until you told me about it yourself.You Michaels should try yourself as the new Delphic Oracle. Sometimes you yourself do not understand what secrets you are giving out to the world.
Michaels’ face turned ash gray, and his legs were wadded. He turned awkwardly to the inspector:
“You … you didn’t ask me about this,” he said quietly, but his voice had already become ordinary again – colorless and expressionless. “Besides, it’s not very pleasant for the police to talk about such things …
– Where did you serve your sentence, Michaels? The inspector asked complacently.
– In Elmira Prison, sir. This is my first conviction. I was broke, starving and stealing some money … The time was short, sir. Quinn stood up.
– Well, Michaels, you probably understand that from now on your freedom of movement is somewhat limited. Go home, look for another job, but stay within our reach all the time – at any time you may need it. And one more thing …
He went to the black suitcase and opened it. There were various clothes lying in disarray – a dark suit, shirts, ties, socks.Some things are clean, others are dirty.
Quinn quickly searched the suitcase, closed it and handed it to Michaels, who watched it with anxious look.
“I’m not saying you’re taking too much junk with you on vacation, Michaels,” Ellery said, smiling. – It is a pity, of course, that now he will break. Well! Such are the quirks of life!
Michaels mumbled “Goodbye” quietly, took the briefcase and left. A few moments later, Pigott came out behind.
Ellery laughed heartily.
– What a respectable rascal! He lies like a gray gelding … What do you think, dad, what he needed here?
“He, of course, came here to pick up something,” the inspector replied. – Consequently, something important is hidden here and we, apparently, overlooked this important.
He thought about it.
The telephone rang.
– Inspector? – came from the tube the voice of Sergeant Velye. – I called the office, they said that you were not there. I thought you were still in Field’s apartment … I have some interesting news for you from the Brown Brothers.Will you order me to come to you?
“No,” Quinn replied. – We finished here. I’ll go to my office as soon as I pay a visit to Field’s office on Chambers Street. If necessary, you can find it there. Where are you now?
– On Fifth Avenue – just opposite the Browns’ store.
– Then go back to the office and wait for me. And that’s what, Thomas, a policeman came here right now.
Queen hung up and turned to Johnson.
“Stay here until the cop arrives,” he ordered.“Leave him guarding the apartment and make sure they send him a shift. Then report to the office … Come on, Ellery! We have a tough day ahead!
Ellery tried in vain to object. Father in no time pushed him out into the street, where his voice was immediately drowned in the roar of passing cars.
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|Dorothy F. McDowell ’33|
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|Harry R. McIntosh|
|Gene Macintosh ’56|
|Maureen E. McIntyre ’72|
|The Honorable W. John McKig|
|Neil ’52 & Irene McKellar|
|Brian J. Mackenzie ’61|
|Irene Mackenzie ’34|
|Doctor. Charles ’52 & Diane ’53 McKinnon|
|Frank ’55 & Pat McKinnon|
|John & Eileen ’70 McLachlan|
|Clive and Donna McLennan|
|Barrie T.McLeod ’55|
|Murray J. McLeod ’64|
|Garfield W. McMahon ’52|
|Charles A. McMillan ’66|
|James McNealy ’85|
|Bradley ’03 & Amber McNiven|
|Doctor. Murray McPherson ’43|
|Hugh McRuer ’62|
|Doctor. Ed ’37 and Mrs. Mary ’38 McTavish|
|Doctor.Marilyn L. McTavish ’66|
|Jack C. Medd ’52, ’56|
|Charles ’61 & Joan Meigen|
|James W. Mendenhall|
|Wendelin M. Menzies ’99|
|Catherine and William Metelski|
|Doctor. Roberta ’74 & Barry ’76 Mid Winter|
|Millbrook Hutterian Brethren, Inc|
|A.B. Miller ’64|
|Craig & Joan Miller|
|Malcolm & Myrna ’72 Miller-Tate|
|Brent ’71 & Renatta ’76 Mills|
|Earl T. Mills ’37|
|Doctor. Isabelle Mills ’64|
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|Carol M. Milne ’71|
|Albert Edward Milton|
|Barry Minish ’70|
|Meta E.Mishpeter ’28|
|Helen ’55 & Kenneth Mitchell|
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|Thomas ’70 & Bonnie Mitchell|
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|Eldon M. Montgomery ’63 | || 6010|
|George & Maxine Moore|
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|Sharon Moore ’71 & Robert Esseri|
|Shirley ’61, ’91 & Wayne Moore|
|Morguard Real Estate Investment Trust|
|J.Kenneth Morrison ’51|
|Dr. Morris and Raymond Mott|
|Kyle A. Muirhead ’07|
|Brad Mann and Cindy Adams-Mann|
|Doctor. John Murdoch ’80 & Sharon Davis-Murdoch|
|Herbert ’59 & Arlene Murray|
|J. Mustard ’99|
|Charles W. Myers ’32|
|Kristen A.Myers ’04|
|Kelvin ’85 & Linea Nachtigall|
|Nancy Neil-Noonan ’82|
|Maria K. Nelson ’25|
|Doctor. James Nelson ’42|
|Netley Colony Ltd|
|Kevin J. Neufeld ’83|
|New System Store Ltd|
|New York Life Insurance Co|
|Murray D.Nikol ’92|
|Arnold J. Nicholls ’64|
|Harold and Ella Nightingale|
|Doctor. Lawrence F. Nixon|
|Sheila L. Nixon ’35|
|Doctor. Charles and Sandra Norman|
|Mike and Allison Noto|
|John F. Nowitzki ’74|
|Reg ’69 & Sharon ’69 Nilen|
|Oak Bluff Colony|
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|Philip P.’89 and Michelle O’Brien-Moran|
|Cody E. Obst ’01|
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|Paul O’Driscoll ’79|
|Tom and Pat O’Flanagan|
|Phyllis E. Ohs|
|W. A. Olson ’69|
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|Doctor.David Opper ’76|
|Julia Maud Orchard|
|David W. Organ ’49|
|Watch shop Orly|
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|Barrie Orr ’57|
|Mary E. Osborne ’78|
|The Oshawa Group Limited|
|Reta C. Owens ’74|
|PEO Head of Sisterhood R|
|Palmer Badger & Co|
|PanCanadian Petroleum Limited|
|Doctor.Claire Pangman ’63|
|Pao Holdings Ltd|
|Robert ’78 & Angela’84 Papas|
|Dr. Jim ’64 & Teresa Parrott & Arlene McLean|
|Morna Paterson ’67|
|Patill Insurance Agency, LLC|
|Sales of Patmor kennel|
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|Lonnie Patterson ’03, ’09|
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|Olive G. Pease ’34|
|Douglas ’79 and Catherine ’81 Pedden|
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|Anna M. Penno ’05|
|Ken Penton ’68|
|Doctor. Evan H. Pepper|
|Dale W. Peters|
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|Pizza Hut | || 6354|
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|Prairie Spirit School Division|
|Peter Prokaska ’53|
|Association of Geologists and Developers of Canada|
|Mary-Ella Proven ’76, ’78|
|Dr.Robert and Lorraine Prus|
|State Union of Canada|
|William & Brenda Pugh ’70|
|John D. Purvis ’53|
|Albert L. Pybus ’33|
|Radics Chrysler Plymouth Jeep|
|Perri Gardner ’86 & Garry Rainnie ’78|
|Mary E. Rand ’32|
|Dr. Nasib Randhawa|
|Corrie & Gordon ’94 Ransom|
|RBC Dominion Securities Foundation|
|Ready Oxygen Ltd.|
|Red River Equipment Inc|
|David ’92 and Vladislava Rehaluk|
|Reid Financial Ltd|
|Amelia S. Reid ’75, ’95|
|Doctor. Gordon Raymer|
|Revelstoke Companies Ltd|
|Richard Flohil & Associates|
|Lynn Richard ’75|
|Laurie ’65 & Treva ’65 Ricou | || 6502|
|Ridgeville Colony Farms Ltd|
|Doctor. Leonard F. Rivers ’63|
|Margaret M. Roberts ’41|
|Jan & Dorothy Robertson|
|Noella and Fern Robidou|
|Renee Robinson ’91 & Gordon Chester|
|Marion (Emer) Robinsong ’61, ’70|
|Doctor.M. Susan Roddy|
|Rogers General Services|
|Doctor. Lewis K. Rose|
|Janice ’66, Jody ’90 & Jan ’92 Ross|
|Doctor. Linda L. Ross|
|Rotary Club Westman Foundation|
|Dr. Richard S. Rounds|
|Diane & David Rourke|
|Doctor. Don Rosell ’52|
|Roy Johnston & Company|
|Margaret I.Roy ’62|
|Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command|
|Royal Canadian Legion Manitoba and Northwest Ont|
|Royal Canadian Legion No. 23|
|Royal Lepage Charitable Foundation|
|Royal Trust Co. of Canada|
|Algot I. Runeman ’21|
|Hugh Russell ’95|
|John W.Russell ’66, ’69 | || 6634|
|Rev. Laird Russell-Yearwood|
|J. Elaine Rust ’58|
|Doctor. Len ’85 & Brenda ’85 Rust|
|Marian E. Rutt ’49|
|Alixe A. Ryles ’42|
|S.H. Properties Ltd|
|Troy H. Sambrook ’92|
|Hillary S. Sametz ’08|
|Samson Engineering Inc|
|T.John E. Sandborn ’74|
|Saskatchewan Music Educators Association|
|Blaine ’92, ’94 and Kimberley ’94 Sautner|
|Agostino A. Scaletta ’86|
|Dr. Benjamin Shakhtar ’34|
|Dr. Daphne ’91 & Grant Schmidt|
|Dr. Sheila J.Scott|
|Gordon B. Sefton ’52, ’56|
|Mark Sefton ’77, ’87 & Jean Deong ’75|
|Dorothy E. Semple ’49|
|Ravishankar Sharma ’84|
|Victor Sharp Family|
|Doctor. Paul H. Sharp ’75 & Helen McGregor|
|Bruce Shavers & Dianne Morris|
|Shelter Canadian Properties Ltd|
|Norm M.Shepherd ’56|
|Sherritt Gordon Mines Ltd|
|Shoal Lake Veterinary Clinic – Dr. Janice & Dr. Bruce Waddell|
|David K. Shuttleworth|
|Allan & Judy Keller Siebert|
|Doctor. Harold Silverman|
|Richard ’96 & Isobel ’88 Simons|
|Leonard Sitter ’70|
|Hazel DE Skinner|
|Doctor.James M. Skinner|
|Karen Skinner ’87|
|Doctor. Thomas ’78 & Jane Skinner|
|Doctor. Sheri-Lynn Skvarchuk|
|Doreen ’51 & Dr. Lawrence Smillie|
|Agnes E. Smith ’71|
|Barbara M. Smith ’86|
|Elaine M. Smith ’59|
|Doctor. Guy ’74 & Eileen ’76 Smith|
|Doctor. Murray and Sally Smith|
|Allen ’67 & Myrna ’68 Snart|
|Katherine Velma Snitka ’84|
|Sabina Sormova ’99, ’02|
|Doctor.Edward Spears ’43|
|St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church of Canterbury|
|Dr. Christoph Stadel|
|David Staples ’79 and Merrideth Ashcroft ’81|
|Starland Hutterian Brethren, Inc|
|Danuta & Krzystok Stasica|
|Gordon M. Steene ’71|
|Agnes M. Stephenson ’50, ’56, ’61|
|Fern & Fred Stevens|
|Roma M. Stevenson|
|Harold ’56 & Elizabeth ’76, ’81 Stewart|
|Heather M. Stewart ’58|
|Scott K. Stewart ’85|
|EW Stinson ’48|
|Doctor. Katherine Stitt ’84|
|John ’70 Stonehouse & Tonya ’72 Rushall|
|William Stordy ’22|
|Christina (Molberg) Story ’33|
|Iris E. Storey|
|Doctor. Douglas Stoski ’86|
|C. Stewart & Joyce Stovel|
|George J. Strang ’55|
|Rev. George W. Strong|
|Larry ’86 & Candice ’86 Strong|
|James K.Struthers ’53|
|Donald & Betty Sumner|
|William A. Sutherland ’51|
|Christine & Wesley Sabo|
|TAWL Group Winnipeg Inc.|
|Elizabeth Tan ’87|
|David C. Taylor ’74|
|Garth R. Taylor ’43|
|Dr. Michael Taylor|
|Chester S.Tesarovski ’59|
|David ’79 & Don ’81 Tesarovski|
|Heather ’01, ’03 & Mario Terrien|
|Jun ’68, ’73 and Lorne Thompson|
|Ross & Jacqueline Thompson|
|Patricia C. Thorn ’64|
|Thunderbird HB, Inc|
|Barbara & Marvin Tiller|
|Eleanor ’64 & Bob Tilton|
|Dorothy K.Tinline ’42|
|Jerry Titus ’68|
|Albert R. Tolton|
|Helen A. Toms ’35|
|Toronto Blues Society|
|Mary Jane & Paul Torrey|
|Bradley and Patricia Toth|
|Doctor. Thomas Tran ’99|
|John ’77 & Sharon ’79 Tropin|
|Dan Trotter ’80|
|Ryan ’94 & Stacy Turner|
|Two children from the farm|
|Brian Tyerman ’72, ’74|
|Doctor.Earl ’46 & Margaret Tyler|
|Howard ’25 & Alma Amphrey|
|University of Winnipeg|
|Valley View Colony Farms Ltd|
|Anthony J. Van Berkel ’76|
|Russell and Mavis Van Buskerk|
|Venona and Ted van Heist|
|University Eye Center|
|Ross ’31 & Dorothy Weysey|
|Cleaning service Vir|
|Via Rail Canada Incorporated|
|Virden Area Foundation Inc|
|Donna ’60, ’76 & Bob Vrooman|
|Bruce ’81 & Christelle Waldy|
|Janette L. Walker|
|Dr. Norma Walmsley ’88|
|Velma M. Wankling ’50|
|Catherine A. Wark ’75|
|Wash ‘n Wrench|
|Jan ’67 & Leslie Watson|
|Margaret E.Watt ’45|
|We Care Home Health Services|
|Edna E. Wells’ 85|
|John ’71, ’82 & Katy ’67, ’77 Welsh|
|West Coast Granite Manufacturing Inc|
|Westburne Plumbing & Waterworks Inc|
|Paul S. Westdal|
|Western Check Printers|
|Western Financial Group|
|Western Manitoba Philharmonic Choir|
|Westman Chinese Association Inc|
|Westman Scottish Association|
|WGI Westman Group Incorporated|
|Wheat City Concrete Products|
|James ’70 & Bette Wheeler|
|David W. Whistle ’90|
|Whiteshell Colony Farms Ltd|
|Averill M. Whitfield ’61|
|Dr. Laurelyn Whitt|
|Lisa and Ryan White|
|Marlene E. Vince ’82|
|Doctor. Clark and Carol ’74 Wilkie|
|Margaret L.Wilkie ’70|
|The Honorable Judge Robert J. Wilkins ’65 & Judy Bachmann|
|Doctor. C. Renee Will|
|Doctor. Gordon ’55 & Reneith Williams|
|Romona W. Williams|
|James A. Williamson|
|George ’57 & Marlene ’56 Willis|
|Dr. & Mrs. Charles P. Wilson|
|David K. Wilson ’59|
|Horace P.Wilson ’31|
|Winnipeg Jets Booster Club Inc|
|Doctor. Dionne Wiseman ’91|
|Doreen Wolfe ’79|
|Siu K. Wong ’86|
|Doctor. Westley D. Wong|
|Iva Jane (Delamater) Wood’44|
|Ida M. Willie ’50|
|John ’69 & Erna Yeboah|
|H. Newton Yeomans|
|York Tire (1988) Ltd|
|Margaret A.M. Yorke ’68|
|Doctor. Harvey ’55 & Ginger ’79 Young|
|Drs. Margaret and Scott Young ’86|
|Doctor. Wo ’72 & Naomi ’72 Yuen|
|Ed and Pam Zalusky|
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|Zenith Paving Limited|
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Last week we compiled a selection of the best male and female looks from the Grammy Awards 2021 . This time we decided to choose 6 of the most unsuccessful (in our opinion) outfits, which looked at least strange on the red carpet.
Although, it is worth noting that this time most of the outfits were very elegant and beautiful, so we chose only 6, which we will discuss right now.
See also: Top 10 best men’s and women’s outfits from the Grammy ceremony 2021
1. American singer Melissa Vivian Jefferson , known under the pseudonym Lizzo, for the celebration decided to choose a green asymmetrical dress from Balmain from the 2021 pre-fall collection.Firstly, this outfit clearly did not look complementary to her figure: the gathers in the center of the dress focused on the wide waist (or rather, its absence), while the other part – the lower one with drapery like the “godet” silhouette – was too short and the seam line was too high. This made Melissa look like she’d taken it off her lesser sister. How wonderful a similar product would look on her figure with a large extension of the lower part and a floor length! Another not the best choice is Bulgari jewelry.By themselves, they are beautiful, but only in combination with the glossy finish of the outfit, there was too much shine. Moreover, she continued the same deliberately glossy finish in shoes – sandals from Stuart Weitzman. In general, this is definitely not the worst image, but it cannot be called one of the best.
2. Folk Rock Singer / Songwriter Phoebe Bridgers looked as if she had mixed up the events and, instead of having a Halloween party, accidentally hit the red carpet. In principle, this dress from the Spring-Summer 2018 collection from Thom Browne looks good: an evening silhouette, structuredness, rich black color, interesting textures.But just who comes to such a celebration in a “skeleton” costume? And if we also remember that such events provide for a strict Black Tie dress code, then Phoebe was definitely mistaken with the choice. It’s good that at least she did not overload the image with a complex hairstyle or accent jewelry.
3. Singer Julia Michaels , who was nominated for “Best Song of the Year”, wore a Georges Chakra couture dress for the evening, and to be honest, her look was one of the worst at the ceremony.Black and white combination always adds a special elegance to the image, but even this could not save Julia from failure. Pleated details in the form of origami flowers made the look very cheap and looked as if they were made of crepe paper. The bracelet she wore was simply lost against the background of her tattoos. And the most interesting element was … her unshaven armpits! Of course, in the modern world, no one has the right to judge anyone for his choice, but if we talk about aesthetics (and even about hygiene), it looks unattractive.
4. Mapee , who came to the red carpet with her violin, looked decent to be on this list. She complemented her translucent dress with an abstract floral print in an oriental style with a black, separate set of underwear, which should be replaced, for example, by a bodysuit in a nude or coffee shade. Then it would look much more harmonious and create a one-piece outfit from complementary items. Also, linen against the background of a bright accent pattern takes over some of the attention and looks like incomprehensible dark spots.She decided to support the already “immodest” (let’s call it that) image with high boots with a daring snake print. Overall, the look looked a little dated, reminiscent of the mid-2000s aesthetic.
5. 25-year-old singer Doge Cat appeared in a dress by Roberto Cavalli, which was specially made for her. The most interesting thing is that his girlfriend chose not herself, but on the advice of her star stylist Alan Brett. The huge neckline did not look elegant and sexy at all, but vulgar and tasteless.Such a castle in an evening dress oversimplifies the image, therefore, instead of bright experiments with stylistic combinations, we get failed attempts to create an interesting image. In general, the idea of combining a grunge biker jacket and glamorous feathers in one dress was not the best. The stylist Doji decided to complement all this already flashy bow with dark makeup “smoky eyes” and earrings with black 70-carat diamonds.
6. Closing our list is the American singer Noah Cyrus , the younger sister of Miley Cyrus, who chose a dress from the Sciaparelli brand for the ceremony.In itself, it looks good, but the whole image was spoiled by an incomprehensible product (either a mantle, or a collar) that was worn on top. A photo with this outfit has already flown around all social networks, in which users compared it to toilet paper, an unmade bed, and even whipped cream. Interestingly, before the start of the celebration, the girl gave an interview in which she said: “It is a great honor for me to wear this dress.” But if we speak objectively, it certainly did not decorate Noah, but, on the contrary, looked rumpled and sloppy.And worst of all, the singer’s hairstyle did not look better: instead of a slight negligence, it turned out to be “slight untidiness”, which echoed the same effect of the outfit.
This concludes our rating of the most unfortunate images from the Grammy Awards 2021. We will be very interested to hear your opinion, so we suggest continuing the discussion on our social media accounts.
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