Edward Bernard Jacques
LYNN HAVEN, Florida -- , 94, of Lynn Haven, has transitioned to his eternal home on the evening of Friday, June 24, 2017, concluding a rich, full, blessed, and healthy life here on this earth. He was born September 22, 1922, at
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EDUCATIONAL DVD: SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FROM SEE WHEDUCATIONAL DVD: SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL FROM SEE WHFormat: DVDUPC: 884501662376Studio/Label: CD BABY.COM/INDYSOver 300 hours were filmed for the production of 'See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary.' Included in this DVD are 34 short scenes, interviews and clips that are not in the final film. The DVD features the following chapters: For Discussion Deleted Scenes Interviews and Performers Signing Practice Trailers and Fun The DVD can be utilized by teachers for both deaf and hearing students, sign language and interpreting students or individuals wishing to gain different perspectives into deaf culture. This unique learning opportunity is unlike any other 'instructional' DVD, since it was filmed documentary style in real life situations. The DVD features notable deaf entertainers including John Maucere, CJ Jones, Bernard Bragg, Anthony Natale, Michelle Banks, Ed Chevy, Robert DeMayo and many others. All scenes are open captioned in English except for the sign language practice section. A printed teacher study guide is available to accompany the DVD that includes discussion questions, group activities and fun trivia on the film's website.
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Audio Mixer: James Dougherty. Liner Note Author: David Nathan. Recording information: Sigma Sound, New York, NY. Photographer: Glen Christensen. What Cha Gonna Do with My Lovin'? (1979), Sweet Sensation (1980), and Stephanie (1981) didn't appear on CD until a 2008/2009 Universal Japan program. On Feel the Fire: The 20th Century Collection, they're finally given wider recognition and distribution, anthologized in full with the addition of five mostly essential 12 versions. This represents Stephanie Mills' artistic peak. For all three albums, the singer worked extensively with producers James Mtume and Reggie Lucas, who transitioned from jazz firebrands into sought-after R & B collaborators once they wrote The Closer I Get to You, a Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway duet that topped Billboard's Hot Soul Singles chart in early 1978. Each one of these albums crossed into the Top 30 of the Billboard 200, propelled by the breezy, fully ornamented disco-soul of What Cha Gonna Do with My Lovin'? Sweet Sensation, Never Knew Love Like This Before, and the Teddy Pendergrass duet Two Hearts, as well as the proto-Hi NRG stomper You Can Get Over and the synthesizer-bass-anchored club hit Put Your Body in It. The albums don't merely hold up; they hang together. Mtume and Lucas brought their instrumental skills and utilized their core studio unit - keyboardist Hubert Eaves, drummer Howard King, bassist Basil Fearrington, guitarist Ed Moore, and vocalist/arranger Tawatha Agee, among others - throughout the sessions, making the albums play out like a true, unified trilogy. This set is essential for any lover of late-'70s/early-'80s R & B. Stephanie Mills was in the top tier, while Mtume and Lucas were heavyweights, wholly deserving of being mentioned in the same breath as the Chic Organization's Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, their more popular contemporaries. ~ Andy Kellman
June 24, 2017. LYNN HAVEN, Florida -- Edward Bernard Jacques, 94, of Lynn Haven, has transitioned to his eternal home on the evening of Friday, June 24, 2017, concluding a rich, full, blessed, and healthy life here on this earth. He was born September 22, 1922, at home in Rock Island, to Prudent and Mary Jacques, who were immigrants from Belgium. He was the youngest of ten children, yet along with one sister who lived only through her late teens, he was the sole surviving child. Early in 1943, Ed was drafted into military service during World War II and while yet stateside, married his sweetheart, Kay Ann Hennesy. Discharged in 1946, Ed returned home whereupon he enrolled in St. Ambrose College in Davenport, from which he graduated in 1950 with a degree in business. Ed and Kay were blessed with the additions of six children, four of whom survived infancy. In 1963, Ed became a widower with four children when Kay passed after a lengthy illness. Two years later Ed remarried Monica Ann Greder and unselfishly welcomed the addition of four more to his family in the ensuing years. In their years together they had the blessing of being able to travel extensively not just across this great nation, but to many foreign sites as well, a keen source of enjoyment for Ed. Ed worked in a variety of capacities in his lifetime:... Yet for all of these achievements, Edward Jacques, the man, husband, father and friend was so much more. At the very heart of Edward Jacques was a noble, honorable, faithful, and godly man of integrity. In the declining years of his mother’s life he faithfully took care of her even to the point of declining advancements which would have disallowed him to meet her needs locally. He was a loving and faithful husband to two wives over the span of his lifetime, caring diligently for each of them through the lengthy illnesses which removed each in turn from his life. Ed was faithful as a father as well -- a wonderful provider, always present, loving, patient, gentle and supportive. Within each community in which Ed lived, there seldom was a stranger met who didn’t become to some degree, a friend. He always had a kind word for those he encountered, and especially took great delight in witnessing to those encountered of his Saviour as he testified regarding his well-preserved state as his years advanced. His Heavenly Father and his family were of the utmost importance to him, and his life, talk, and home reflected these priorities. Edward Jacques, faithful son, husband, father, grandfather, and friend of God, has forever touched and effected the lives of those who knew him. Ed is survived by his eight children, Patricia Strahl (Jerry), Karen DeKoch (Larry), Ed Jacques (Pat), Mary Ann Slusser (Randy), Michele-Marie Bradley (Jim), Raymond Jacques (Anne), Robert Jacques (Rhonda), and Carole Ann Beechem. grandchildren, Micah Jacques (Suzette), Justin Jacques, Shawn Jacques (Mary Lynn), Carolyn Slusser, Daniel Bradley, Jason Bradley, Justice Bradley, Kalyn Jacques, Destiny Jacques, Brandon Beechem, and Chase Beechem in addition to nine... Funeral services will be held 10 a. m. Saturday, July 1, 2017, at Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p. m. Friday, June 30, 2017, at the funeral home.
Bernard Clayton's Potato Bread (adaptation) (bread flour, butter, yeast, kosher salt, potato, sugar, water)
Ed's Lasagna (basil, cottage cheese, garlic, turkey, lasagna noodle, sausage, mozzarella cheese, onions, oregano, parmesan cheese, parmesan cheese, parsley, parsley, salt, tomato, sugar, tomato sauce)
Grilled Sun-Dried Tomato And Basil Stuffed Chicken -Bernard (sun dried tomato, chicken broth, chicken, basil, salt, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, garlic, red pepper flakes)
Ed Zieba's Famous Family Pork Chops (onions, pork chops, salt, water)
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