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Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

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DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.

Bloomington man killed in rollover crash near Downs

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July 09, 2007 12:00 am • Pantagraph staff

DOWNS - A Bloomington man was killed in a rollover accident late Saturday night on Cheneys Grove Road in rural Downs, McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said Sunday.

Samuel J. Bruning of the 1100 block of Marion Street was pronounced dead at 12:15 a.m., Kimmerling said in a statement.

The McLean County Sheriff's Department was notified of the accident east on North 2150 East Road in rural Downs at 11:08 p.m. Saturday, said McLean County Sheriff's Sgt. Jon Sandage.

Sandage said the westbound vehicle lost control on Cheneys Grove Road and rolled into a nearby field. The sheriff's department and the Downs Fire Department responded to the scene, and rescue workers said the man had no obvious signs of life, Kimmerling said.

The sheriff's department and the coroner's office will assist in the investigation and crash reconstruction, Sandage said.

Bruning most recently was employed at Meijer, 1900 E. College Ave., Normal, Kimmerling said.

An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon, Kimmerling said.
 
Bruning, Samuel Joseph (I5762)
 
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First, let me state that there are several ways of spelling the name Malarkey...Malarky, Mullarky are but a few. Joe spelled his name without the "e", therefore, that is how I'm spelling the name here.

There is a discrepancy as to Joe's year of birth. His WWI registration card says he was born in 1889. The 1900 Census says he was born in 1888. However, his WWII registration says he was born in 1891. Since his tombstone says 1889, that's the year I'm using.

During the 1900 Census, Joe was living with Marguerite, Laura and Anna Malarkey. Their address was 634 16th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Marguerite and her two sisters were dressmakers.

That census states that Joe was the brother of the girls. However, his son stated in a letter to me that Marguerite was his grandmother. This would make Joseph Marguerite's son. Other clues point to that being true, including the recently released 1940 Census, where Marguerite is living with Joseph and is listed as his mother. Joe was born in Girardville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. On FamilySearch.org, there is an abstract of his marriage record. It states that he was the son of "Margaret Ellen Malarky and John Joseph Malarky." She could have married another member of the Malarky family, a second cousin, perhaps. However, I have not found a marriage record. And remember, in the 1900 Census, Margeurite is listed as single and Joseph is her brother.

Sometime between 1900 and 1913, Marguerite and her son moved first to Chicago and then to Indianapolis, Indiana. Marguerite continued her dressmaking business while Joe attended Manual Training High School, which later became the Charles E Emmerich Manual Training High School. He graduated in 1908 or 1909. During high school, Joe was a member of the basketball team, playing the position of forward.

Two references mention that he was enrolled at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. A letter from Howard Zellers, Rose Malarkey's son, stated that Joe graduated from Purdue. On the Purdue website, I found several pictures of Joe. Two are of him on the basketball team, of which he was a star member, I might add. Another is the picture of the "All Class Basketball Team" of 1911. Joe is wearing his class sweater, that of 1914.

Several newspaper articles at the time mention Joe. In the Indianapolis Star on May 22, 1913, it was reported, "Joe Malarky, Purdue's star forward, was today elected Captain of next year's basketball team."

Unfortunately, he was not able to fulfill that role. The "1914 Debris," the Purdue yearbook, states on page 217, "At the absence of Captain-elect Malarky from school, "Ollie" was chosen to lead the Boilermaker Quintet thru the 1914 season." This would have been Joe's Senior year, but he is not listed in the yearbook. Whether he ever received his degree is unknown as of this writing.

While at Purdue, Joe was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. The "1913 Debris" listed him as being on the "Board of Control," which had something to do with the Athletic Department. That same year he was a member of the Junior Class organization, as the PAA Representative. (Whatever that was!)

After Purdue, Joe continued playing basketball. According to several articles in the Indianapolis Star in November, 1915, Joe had recently joined the Em-Roe basketball team. After doing some research, I found this was a semi-pro team sponsored by the Em-Roe Sporting Goods Store in Indianapolis, Indiana. Their website says this about the team, "Much of the history of the store has been woven about the exploits of the famous Em-Roe basketball team which reigned supreme in the Midwest semi-pro basketball circles for almost a decade. Members of the rim said the team, which was organized in 1913, played through five consecutive seasons without losing a single game and won 118 consecutive contests in those five years. The team became known nationally. The team played throughout the mid-west until 1924 when it was disbanded. " A book is available regarding the semi-pro teams in Indiana during that time, "Pioneers of the Hardwood," by Todd Gould.

The Indianapolis Star on November 13, 1915 ran an article on the Em-Roe team, saying in part, "Joe Malarkey (sic) a former Manual star and later Captain of the Purdue quintet...was chosen for the All Western basket ball team in 1913."

Joe's WWI Draft Registration says that he had military training at Purdue. Maybe he was in the ROTC, if that was available at the time. That document states that he was tall and slender, with blue eyes and dark hair.

On New Year's day, 1914, Joe married a young lady named Edith Elizabeth Elliott. The wedding took place at the bride's parents' home in Indianapolis. I have included a newspaper announcement of their marriage in this memorial.

This announcement states that after the wedding, Joe and Edith were moving to California to live. They eventually did move to California, as that is where they died. But from their marriage until after the 1940 Census, they lived in Indianapolis.

In June, 1917. Joe registered for the draft of WWI. He, Edith and their 14 month old child were living at 3115 College Ave., in Indianapolis. The child mentioned was their son, Joseph Arthur Malarky, born March 11, 1916 in Indianapolis. At the time, Joe was workiing for the Wildhack Company as an automobile salesman. He is described on his registration card as being tall and slender, with blue eyes and dark hair.

On October 10, 1919, Joe and Edith welcomed a daughter to their family. They named their little girl Janet Marguerite Malarky. Joe continued to work for the Wildhack Company until 1924. He then opened a dealership with WH Ehrich, known as the Ehrich-Malarky Company. Advertisements in the Indianapolis Star show that they were chosen in to sell the REO. According to the newspaper, the REO dealership formally opened the week of December 14, 1924. The address was 927 N. Meridian, in Indianapolis.

Joe's WWII draft card, which he filled out in 1942, states that he and Edith were living at 5269 Park Ave., in Indianapolis. Their children were 23 and 26 years old at that time. It's unclear at this time whether either of the children were still living with their parents. Joe was working at Curtis Wright Corporation, an aeronautical company, located at 222 West Morris Street, in Indianapolis

We haven't found any information regarding a marriage of Joseph Arthur Malarky. Janet Marguerite Malarky married Charles McHugh. They had no children.

Sometime between 1955 and 1960, Joe and Edith finally moved to California. I found them listed in the city directory in 1960 living at 352 Reeves Dr. in Beverly Hills. Joe's aunts, Tay and Marion and Marion's husband Hector Gillis, lived nearby.

Joe passed away in 1965 and Edith in 1966. His cause of death was arteriosclerotic heart disease. Both Joe and Edith are buried in Forest Lawn in Glendale, California. Joe's plot is in the Garden of the Ascension, Lot 7810, Space 1.

His Find a Grave memorial number is 28796221. 
Malarky, Joseph John (I6356)
 
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James R. Koors
BIRTH 19 Jan 1935
Decatur County, Indiana, USA
DEATH 26 Feb 2013 (aged 78)
Batesville, Ripley County, Indiana, USA
BURIAL
Saint Louis Cemetery
Batesville, Ripley County, Indiana, USA
MEMORIAL ID 105892988 · View Source

MEMORIAL
PHOTOS 1
FLOWERS 1
James R. Koors, age 78 of Batesville, died Monday, February 26, 2013 at his residence. Born January 19, 1935 in Decatur County Indiana, he is the son of Marguerite (Nee: Thrine) and Herman Koors. He married Glorian Firsich December 29, 1954 at St. Louis Church in Batesville and she preceded him in death July 30, 2012. Jim served in the Army during World War II and after the service started his own painting company. He was a member of St. Louis Church, the Prell-Bland American Legion Post #271, the Batesville V.F.W. Post #3183 and the Knights of Columbus Council #1461 where he was a fourth degree knight.

Anyone who knew Jim knew what a prankster he was. He took great delight at teasing, picking on and pranking people and no one was above being one of his victims. Many will also remember him as a long time league bowler for the "Binders." Jim liked to golf but according to his family, "he was a better soldier than golfer." Other activities he enjoyed were going to the boat to try his luck at the casino, listening to the Reds on the radio Sunday's when he was grilling and apparently he was a bit of a card shark. Among his favorites were 7up, Solo, Pinochle and Euchre. His family also indicated dad had a bit of sweet tooth with an absolute passion for ice cream and pies. Jokester that he was, he was equally proud of his of his service to his country. During his life, Jim devoted many hours to both the VFW and the Legion volunteering to march during holidays and parades in addition to serving several decades as a member of the firing squad for the Legion honor guard.

He is survived by his daughter Tress Zielinski of Batesville; sons Andy Koors of Batesville, Tony Koors of Indianapolis; sister Rite Fields of Oldenburg; six grandchildren and one great grandchild. In addition to his wife and parents, he is also preceded in death by daughter Tammy Koors; sisters Mary Ann Schroeder, Liz John and brothers George and Bill Koors. Visitation is Thursday, February 28th, from 4-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Friday, March 1st, at St. Louis Church with Rev. Randy Summers officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with military graveside rites conducted by the Prell-Bland American Legion and the Batesville V.F.W. The family requests memorials to the Prell-Bland American Legion or Hospice of Margaret Mary Hospital.
 
Koors, James R. (I4586)
 
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Mary's find A Grave memorial is 126453087. 
Breen, Mary Catherine (I6639)
 
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Mary's find A Grave memorial is 126453087. 
Breen, Mary Catherine (I6639)
 
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On July 13, 1888, Richard arrived in New York. He had traveled on the steamship the Ems from Bremen to Southampton and then to New York. He was only 16 years old at the time and made the trip by himself. Richard traveled in steerage.

The Eider was a ship in the North German Lloyd line. Her maiden voyage was on June 2, 1884 from Bremen to Southamption to New York. She had 4 masts and 2 funnels. Her sister ship was the Eider.

On August 14, 1898, Richard married Frieda Obenland in Manhattan County, New York. (Certificate #12892.)

The 1900 Census says their only daughter, Ruth, was born in May, 1896. When the 1900 Census was taken, the Hopps were living in Brooklyn, New York.

In that same census, Richard was working as a bookkeeper. According to the census of 1900, Richard and Frida had been married for 6 years. This information isn't correct. Richard was born in 1872. If he had been 27 when married, that means he would have been married in 1899. If in 1900 he had been married for 6 years, he had to have been married in about 1894. But the marriage record shows they were married in 1898, but that might be an error by the person transcribing the marriage record. In other words, we really don't know exactly when they were married until we get the actual marriage certificate.

Richard passed away on March 6, 1903 in Kings County, New York. (Certificate #1387.) According to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, he committed suicide. At the time, Richard was working as a caretaker at Henry's Bathing Pavilion at Coney Island.

Richard was buried three days later on March 9th. He was buried in the Strachan family lot in Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. (His sister-in-law, Jennie Obenland was a Strachan by birth.)
 
Hopp, Richard (I1552)
 
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SHE'S IN THE "FIVE SISTERS PICTURE" eLIZABETH? 
Obenland, Elizabeth C (I7480)
 
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TO usa 10/18/1893 to Minnesota CHECK 
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Bengel, Emilie Ernestine (I311)
 
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Kientzl, Margaretha (I337)
 
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Layher, Marie Sophie (I362)
 
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Obenland, Friederika (I374)
 
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McGrath, Cecilia Anna (I608)
 
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Ungerer, Christian Wilhelm (I811)
 
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Obenland, Anna Maria (I896)
 
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Kennedy, Claude H (I1014)
 
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Obenland, Marie Sophie Katharine Rosalie (I1062)
 
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Obenland, Maria Barbara (I1095)
 
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Hammel, Carl August (I1140)
 
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Carlson, Mae Bertha (I1333)
 
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Obenland, Wilhelm (I1447)
 
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Widmann, Maria Magdalena (I1955)
 
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Obenland, Christian Karl Albert (I2057)
 
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Obenland, Johann Jacob (I2238)
 
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