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Lord, Bobby b. January 6, 1934 d. February 16, 2008 Musician, Entertainer. He began his career while still in high school with his own television program, The Bobby Lord Homefolks Show in Tampa, Flordia. In 1953, he became a regular guitar player on the ABC television show, Ozark Jubilee and signed with Columbia Records. He recorded many Rockabilly hits in the 1950s to include "Am I A Fool", "My Baby's Not My Baby Anymore" and "Everybody's Rockin' But Me". When the Ozark Jubilee show went off the air in 1960, he moved to Nashville, joined the...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Forest Hills Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Palm City, Martin County, Florida, USA
McHale, John b. September 21, 1921 d. January 17, 2008 Major League Baseball Player, Executive. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he was a first baseman for five seasons (1943 to 1945, 1947 to 1948) with the Detroit Tigers. After attending the University of Notre Dame, McHale made his big league debut on May 28, 1943. His career highlight came as a member of the 1945 World Champion Tigers, appearing in three games during the World Series. In 64 career regular season games, McHale had 22 hits with a .193 lifetime batting average. After retiring as a player...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Forest Hills Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Palm City, Martin County, Florida, USA
Newley, Anthony b. September 24, 1931 d. April 19, 1999 Singer, Entertainer, Actor. Over the course of a career spanning more than half a century, performer and composer Anthony Newley enjoyed great success in the theater, in films and on the pop charts. Born in London on September 24, 1931, he attended the Italia Conti Stage School before appearing as a child actor in a number of films including The Little Ballerina and Vice Versa; in 1948 he starred as the Artful Dodger in David Lean's acclaimed adaptation of Oliver Twist. In 1955 Newley made his...[Read More] (Bio by: Terry C) Forest Hills Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Palm City, Martin County, Florida, USA Plot: Section MSL, Row A, Lot 2
Waaler, Reidar b. February 12, 1894 d. February 5, 1979 World War I Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He served as a Sergeant in the US Army in Company A, 105th Machine-Gun Battalion, 27th Division. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for action near Ronssoy, France on September 27, 1918. His citation reads "In the face of heavy artillery and machine-gun fire, he crawled forward to a burning British tank, in which some of the crew were imprisoned, and succeeded in rescuing two men. Although the tank was then burning fiercely and contained...[Read More] (Bio by: Don Morfe) Forest Hills Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Palm City, Martin County, Florida, USA Plot: Section NEAGS, Row A, Lot 5