Richard Durrett Obituary | Richie, a resident of Clearwater, Florida, went away on July 6, 2022, far too young at the age of 31. He leaves behind his wife Kahealani Lisa Durrett “Lani”; his children Manning James Durrett and Richard Kaleiokalani Durrett; his parents Dr. R. Tracy and Sharon Durrett;
his brothers Robert ‘Rob’, Thomas , Tyler; and his nephews Hudson and Oliver; his grandma Vivian Beers. At Highland Park Hospital, Richie was born and nurtured.
In 2009, he earned his high school diploma from Lake Forest High School. It was in 2011 that he graduated from Universal Technical Institute with a degree in Industrial Technology and Mechanics. He was a Mercedes Master Mechanic and also trained in BMWs.
After working for Knauz Automotive, Aldridge Electric, and Bob’s Auto in Clearwater, FL, he is now self-employed. Who could forget Richie? He was gregarious and outgoing, and he seemed to know everyone he encountered. His humour and charm were contagious.
The Gorton Community Center Auditorium, 400 E. Illinois Rd., Lake Forest, IL 60045, will host a memorial service on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at 1 PM. At Gorton’s Community Center, a reception will follow.
A GoFundMe campaign has been set up by Richie’s relatives to raise money for his two children’s long-term needs.
As a musician, Rick was dedicated to his work and had a deep affection for his three children, who he called his “little miracles,” Mark Carson, Majken Blair and Clinton Dawson Durrett.
There are three grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and two siblings left to mourn him. His parents, son Mark, and brother Patrick all died before him.
Saturday, October 10, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., The Rev. S. B. Price will officiate in a funeral service in the chapel of The Catholic Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1227 7th Avenue N. in Nashville, TN 37208.
At a later date, only close relatives and friends will be allowed to attend the funeral services. To honour his memory, donations to Alcoholics Anonymous can be given in his name by sending flowers to the church.
With Simon Levin and Chip Aquadro, he studied stochastics in biology and molecular biology in the 1980s, as well as random graphs and networks in the 1990s and 2000s.
At the Kyoto International Mathematical Congress in 1990, he was a featured speaker. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences since 2002, he was also elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2007 for his contributions to science and technology.
The American Mathematical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science have both named him a fellow.
He served as an artillery officer in the United States Army in Germany for more than two years after graduating from the military academy in Germany.
Lamar felt privileged to serve his country. At the conclusion of his service in 1966, he was awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
At Delta, Continental, and Air Canada, he enjoyed a stellar 32-year career as an officer in commercial aviation. Since leaving Air Canada, he has been an active member of the Montreal United Way. His retirement came in 1999.
Morin Heights, Quebec, located in the picturesque Lower Laurentian region north of Montreal, was home to Lamar and Barbara during their golden years of retirement.
One of the most memorable moments of his retirement was a journey with his son, Robert, to see the D-Day and Normandy invasion sites and cemeteries.
Lamar was devoted to his family, his country, and his alma mater, Auburn University, throughout his life. Honor, integrity, and generosity were the hallmarks of his life.
Saturday, April 27th, at 11:30 am, a funeral service will be held in Lamar’s former parish in Atlanta, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
It is the goal of the Gorton Community Center to serve as a location where people may come together to interact, learn, listen, play, and perform. Gorton is a 501c3 non-profit organisation that works to improve the lives of people in Lake Forest and the surrounding area by promoting the arts, educating the community, and providing charity assistance.
Gorton delivers film, courses and events year-round for all ages. In addition to annual events like the End of Summer Block Party, Dog Day, Safety Town and Kids Only Holiday Market, guests enjoy both independent and vintage films, live music, storytelling and family entertainment.
A state-of-the-art 309-seat theatre called the John & Nancy Hughes Theater is home to many of these events, which were recently restored in 2015. Art, theatre, culinary, wellness, games, and STEM are just some of the classes offered at Gorton.
To the City of Lake Forest, Gorton is grateful for a long-term use agreement that allows Gorton to be stewards of the 1902 building known as the Central School within which Gorton operates.
Within this historic building, Gorton also houses nine other nonprofit organisation offices, including the Children’s Learning Center, a high-quality early childhood education and daycare that has been in operation for 37 years.
People and groups of all kinds are invited to hold their own events at Gorton as well. Formerly, the Highland Park General Hospital was located at 357 Glendale Avenue in Highland Park, Michigan.
As a Michigan State Historic Site in 1979 and on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, it was classified as a national historic landmark.
The hospital’s patient population was predominately black.  The Bella Vista Glen Senior Apartments are currently located in the former building, which was eventually converted into condos.
The Highland Park General Hospital is situated on a 2.4-hectare (6-acre) plot of land on the western outskirts of the city, in a mostly residential neighbourhood.
Three different structures make up the complex. The main hospital structure, which faces Glendale, was constructed in 1918, as was the associated nurses’ apartment (1925).
The power plant/laundry buildings and the Contagious and Psychopathic Units are located behind the main unit.
Cohesiveness in this complex of buildings was achieved by the common usage of materials and utilitarian design as well as hierarchical relationships.
The early 20th century neo-Georgian style is prevalent in the pre-WWII structures, but the post-WWII structures are devoid of any historical or aesthetic details.
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