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The end of Jason’s journey

first_imgFacebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Jason Corbett pictured with his two children Jack (10) and Sarah (8)by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up AS JASON Corbett’s body was brought back to Limerick on this Thursday morning, a custody battle was looming over the future of his two Irish-born children left traumatised by their father’s death in a domestic incident at their North Carolina home last week.On Sunday, August 2, police and emergency paramedics responding to an emergency call found the 39 year-old Limerick businessman in his home with serious head injuries.The fatal injuries were sustained as a result of what local police say was “a blunt force trauma to the head”.But in the wake of that tragedy, Mr Corbett’s two children are now at the centre of a bitter custody battle between their legal guardians and the chief suspect in the Limerick man’s killing.Having left her holiday in France, Tracey Lynch, Jason’s sister, went to the US where she has led the fight to get both her brother’s body and his two children home to Ireland. She says she wants a quick resolution to the issue to allow her grieve her bother’s violent death.And the Corbett family have vowed that they will not bury Jason until they have full custody of his two children.This Friday, a judge is to decide the outcome of the custody hearing over the guardianship of Jack and Sarah Corbett who have been living in the home where their father was killed last week.Mr Corbett’s second wife, Molly Martens, who is a US citizen was granted temporary custody of the two young children whose father was killed in what local police have described as a “domestic disturbance”.A police spokesman said they are not looking outside the family home for anyone else in connection with Mr Corbett’s death.Jack and Sarah’s legal guardians are his sister Tracey and her husband David Lynch and the family members who have remained home in Limerick say they are desperate for news of developments that will finally see Jason laid to rest and his children back on Irish soil.It is understood that there has been very little contact with the children and their extended Limerick family since their father’s death.Ms Lynch said that Jason left written instructions asking that his children return to Ireland in the event of his death.“It’s what Jason wanted. Jason left instructions that my husband and I would be the guardians of Jack and Sarah.”Speaking from North Carolina on Tuesday night, Ms Lynch said that she was getting to grips with the legal process and she was hopeful of a positive outcome.“I have confidence in the system here, that they will allow Jack and Sarah to come home. They’re Irish citizens, they’re on their dad’s work visa and they’ve no relatives in America.“All of Jason’s family and friends, the children’s biological grandparents, both sets, are in Ireland waiting for us to come home with Jack and Sarah.”She said that her brother loved his family and friends.“He wanted to come home. We’re just here trying to give Jason a voice. I know what his wishes were.“I’m heartbroken, and I want to go home and be allowed to grieve the loss of one of the most important people in my world with my family.”Mr Corbett who moved to the US four years ago and after the death of his first wife Mags in 2006 from a asthma attack, died at his home in Panther Creek Court, Wallburg in North Carolina.A Delta flight carrying Mr Corbett’s remains touched down this Thursday morning in Dublin Airport after the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust assisted the Corbett family with the arrangements.The trust offers financial assistance to bereaved families to repatriate bodies of their loved ones who have died abroad in sudden or tragic circumstances.Trust co-founder Colin Bell said he was pleased that the trust could help.“This is what we do, this is why we set up the trust, to help people in this situation,” he explained. Mr Bell’s son Kevin was 26 when he was killed in an accident in New York in June 2013 and hss death led Mr Bell and his wife Eithne to establish the trust.The first steps in securing Jack and Sarah Corbett’s future will be decided on this Friday when the children’s legal guardians attempt to secure a ruling allowing them to return home to Ireland.Social media campaigns, personal tributes, petitions and fundraising activities have all been initiated in Ireland in support of the young Corbett children with calls being made for Government intervention at the highest level.The expenditure facing the Corbett family is set to run into the tens of thousands and donations to help fund #jasonsjourney and to #bringjacksarahhome are being accepted through Limerick bank accounts and online. 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Green to serve as grand marshal of Meeksville parade

first_img Green to serve as grand marshal of Meeksville parade Email the author By Jaine Treadwell Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Will Oscar “Pop” Green, Sr. has been named the Grand Marshal of the 2017 Fourth of July Parade in Meeksville on Tuesday.The annual patriotic parade is sponsored by the Meeksville Volunteer Fire Department, which Green helped to organize. It was the first volunteer fire department for the community he calls home. Green also served as the first chief of the Meeksville Volunteer Fire Department and remains an active member. Sponsored Content The Meeksville Volunteer Fire Department took its place in the community around 1986 and began providing much needed and greatly appreciated fire protection service.On the Fourth of July, the volunteer fire fighters and the Meeksville community will honor “Pop” Green for his dedication to the community.Green is a veteran of the war in Vietnam. He retired from the Fort Rucker Fire Department in 2006 after 26 years. He now works with Troy University as a traffic monitor.As a patriot, Green said he is honored to be the Grand Marshal of the 2017 Fourth of July Parade. By The Penny Hoarder Book Nook to reopen Print Article Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kitscenter_img “This is the first time that I’ve been a grand marshal or anything like that,” Green said. “I’m proud to do it. I want to do anything I can to help people and my community.”Green said he doesn’t know what “chariot” has been designated for him to ride in the annual patriotic parade.“But I’ve got a new Cadillac Escalade and it would suit me all right to ride along on it,” he said, laughing.The Fourth of July Parade at Meeksville is set for 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Line up is around 9 a.m. Pre-registration is not required but appreciated. Those who are not registered should “just come on and line up”The parade will lineup at the Meeksville Fire Station. The parade route will be from the fire station to Harmony Community Park.The Meeksville VFD will have chicken and pork barbecue plates for sale for $7.  Latest Stories Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day SUBMITTED PHOTOWill Oscar “Pop” Green, Sr. has been named the Grand Marshal of the 2017 Fourth of July Parade in Meeksville on Tuesday. Green is a Vietnam vet and retired from the Fort Rucker Fire Department. He now works with Troy University. Lineup for the parade begins at 9 a.m., and the parade starts at 10 a.m. Published 3:00 am Saturday, July 1, 2017 Meeksville to host annual Fourth of July parade Tuesday Earnest Green, a member of the Meeksville Volunteer Fire Department, answered the question that so many are asking these days…. read more You Might Like Next Up“Back years ago, several of us recognized the need for a volunteer fire department because Meeksville is good distance from Troy and it took a while to get help out to us,” Green said. “All little communities need a volunteer fire department.”The residents in and around Meeksville helped raise money for a volunteer fire department.“We had some fundraisers and the community donate to us,” Green said. “Some of us were carpenters and could work on the a fire station building. That kept the cost down some.” Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthGet Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

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S.C. Historical Society sets dinner

first_imgS.C. Historical Society sets dinner February 1, 2006 Regular News S.C. Historical Society sets dinner The Florida Supreme Court Historical Society will hold its annual dinner on Thursday, February 16, at the University Center Club in Tallahassee. Chief Justice Barbara Pariente will deliver the keynote address.Special guest for the occasion will be longtime Florida Congressman Paul Rogers from West Palm Beach, who spent 24 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he was instrumental in the passage of major legislation in the fields of health care and the environment. The society will honor Rogers not only for his accomplishments while serving in Congress, but also during his career as a practicing attorney and his steadfast advocacy of a balance of power among the three branches of government. Rogers now practices law in the Washington office of Hogan & Hartson.In addition to society members, the dinner will be attended by the justices of the Florida Supreme Court and members of the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar. Special invitations are also being extended to members of the Bar’s Health Law and Environmental and Land Use Law sections in view of Rep. Rogers’ work over the years on health care and environmental issues.The 7 p.m. dinner and preceding 6 p.m. reception will take place in the University Center Club ballroom on the Florida State University campus.For more information or reservations, contact Park Trammell, FSCHS, P.O. Box 11344, Tallahassee 32302-3344, phone (850) 222-3703, or e-mail [email protected]last_img read more

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