Clara worked for Southwestern Bell until the birth of her two girls and then became a stay-home mother.While at home she took up quilting, sewing and crocheting and became quite good at all three.Clara was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Gene Cash.She is survived by her loving family: daughters, Mary Beckman and Marcia La Marche and husband, Al; grandchildren, Autumn Beckman, Anessa Swonke, Ashley Ballou and husband, John, Emily Lloyd and husband, Raymond, Adam Swonke and wife, Courtney; great grandchildren, Hunter and Cody Mc Clelland, Mylanah and Haevyn Mangrum; sister, Phyllis Streckenbach and husband, Leland; brother-in-law, James Cash; other dear relatives and friends also survive.Common secular motivations for funerals include mourning the deceased, celebrating their life, and offering support and sympathy to the bereaved.Additionally, funerals often have religious aspects which are intended to help the soul of the deceased reach the afterlife, resurrection or reincarnation.
For the past four generations of family service, our funeral home has kept abreast of the latest developments in the funeral profession. You are about to discover that while Cozean Memorial Chapel & Crematory traces its heritage back to 1864 when Abraham Lincoln was President, our basic goal has never changed over the past century and a half: to provide families with the finest care, compassion, and professionalism.Guided by our distinguished history, we believe that our services are the most comprehensive of any funeral home in this part of the state.Not surprisingly, we were the first funeral home in our area to employ a lady embalmer, to offer a motored hearse, to use air conditioning, to adopt color printing in our funeral handouts, to utilize high-quality tribute videos that families can watch for years to come, to computerize records and paperwork, and to introduce and always provide (free of charge!) webcasting so that families and friends anywhere in the world will have the opportunity to view funeral services at our facilities.Funeral service on Thursday, 1st June, 2017, at 10.30am, in Ness Bank Church, Inverness; thereafter to Tomnahurich Cemetery. STEWART - The funeral service of the late Bob Stewart, 42 Caledonian Road, Inverness (former sales rep Whyte & Mackay Distillers) will take place tomorrow (Wednesday), 31st May, 2017, at 11am, at Inverness Crematorium, to which all friends are respectfully invited. Enquires to the funeral directors, John Fraser & Son, 17-29 Chapel Street, Inverness.