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Booking is later, but there are no indications of a worse season in Dalmatia

first_imgAccording to the first man of the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, Joška Stelle, big problems with booking were visible at the fair in Munich, they were the same after the fair in Berlin, but to a much lesser extent, and the current situation is that we do not have significant problems with booking. “It is not like in previous years, but all the major players, all the major hoteliers are very satisfied. We therefore expect above-average growth in the pre-season and post-season and minimal growth in the heart of the season”. More precisely, according to the president of the Group of boat accommodation providers – charter ŽK Split, Sare Douzzan Zupanovic, charter records an increased number of vessels compared to last year with identical booking and significantly lower prices, which is generally the trend of the last few years So this year, SDŽ has 10.000 more beds in private accommodation in the Split-Dalmatia County than last year.  Since the announcements for the season are good, and the growth is expected by neighboring competing countries, the season will show how much we are able to stand out in the sea and attract guests, how much corrections are needed and prices and quality, and how much Croatian tourism can ultimately benefit in the long run at the expense of raising the quality of service and not exclusively increasing capacity. What is the current state of booking in emitting markets and what kind of tourist season awaits us were the central questions of the session of the Professional Group of Hoteliers of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce – Split County Chamber, held on 16 May. “Despite all the turmoil and stories that the season will not be successful, in Split-Dalmatia County we are recording significant growth. In Split, we even have an increased number of arrivals from the British market despite the situation with Brexit”, Said the president of the Professional group of hoteliers ŽK Split, Tony Filipeti. The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Croatia to the Republic of Turkey from Ankara informed about the forecasts for the season in competitive Turkey, Hrvoje Cvitanovic. Turkey generated $ 29,5 billion in tourism revenue last year and had a growth in tourist arrivals of almost 22% compared to 2017. They expect the same success this year with double-digit growth again, with an emphasis on Russian and German market. Only representatives of charters and hostels pointed out the weaker booking. Sasa Popovac from the Croatian National Tourist Board in Zagreb presented optimistic data – there was an increase of 11% in arrivals and 9,5% in overnight stays from most emitting markets. He also emphasized that 81 new airlines for the Republic of Croatia were introduced this year during the season.center_img In the first four months of this year, the Split-Dalmatia County had 21% more arrivals and 19% more overnight stays compared to last year. However, 60% of arrivals and overnight stays on an annual basis are realized in July and August, and if June and September are added to them, in those four months more than 80% of overnight stays and arrivals are realized throughout the year. Problems with booking at all major fairs ahead of this season have led to more cautious predictions for the season. “After excellent tourist results and double-digit growth in the first four months, our goal is to give a cross-section of the state of booking in emitting markets, to see where we are and what awaits us in the main season. In order to get a more complete picture of the situation in neighboring countries, we have provided direct reports from the CNTB in Zagreb, from Budva and from the Croatian Embassy in Turkey.”, Announced at the beginning of the session the President of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce – Split County Chamber, Joze Tomaš. In neighboring Montenegro, where tourism is a strategic industry with a share of almost 30% in GDP, the pre-season, despite bad weather, was very good, with 23% more overnight stays than last year, announcements for the season are also good and expected continuation of the growth trend, announced from Budva the President of the Board of the Association of Tourism and Hospitality of the Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro, Dragan Purko Ivančević.  Turkey expects double-digit growth to continue this year In the Split-Dalmatia County, private, family accommodation participates with more than 70% in accommodation capacities, and is constantly growing. President of the Family Tourism Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce,  Martina Nimac Kalcina, believes that despite the increase in capacity, private renters who work well, have excellent locations and capacities and good marketing should have no problems.  Tourists today have a large number of accommodation facilities and countries on the tourist scene, there is the return of Greece and Turkey, as well as the trend of last minute booking, which all led to a change in guest behavior, but that does not mean we will have a worse season is just a later booking, Stella believes. last_img read more

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We bring you the story of how the first website of the tourist board was created, which was adapted for people with disabilities

first_imgLet’s not just stop with public institutions When researching the term “Accessibility”(Digital accessibility) from Lloyds noticed that a large part of the population has problems with dyslexia, low vision and blindness. This was an additional motivation to implement special specifications from the very beginning when creating the website, which will be used by a wider circle of users. That’s why Lloyds decided to devise their own solution for digital accessibility at this level of complexity. Domagoj Ostović, Lloyds: The job turned out to be extremely demanding and challenging, but we are proud to have been given this opportunity Za blind personse have adapted the website so that the user’s screen reader recognizes the text, images, links, as well as the options of the page itself (buttons, links, menus, etc.), whose adaptation allows the blind person to use the website and all its functionalities. To this end, they have implemented “ARIA” (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) tags that screen readers use to recognize the content of the website. Font adjustment, night view and additional font color contrast options, font spacing, line spacing, and screen reader adjustment are just some of the accessibility settings they are proud of. The first website of a tourist board that is adapted for people with disabilities and made according to the highest standards of web adaptation in Croatia is the website of the Zadar Tourist Board – zadar.travel Increase font size and modular font scale In addition to companies from the tourism sector, institutions and companies providing health services (polyclinics, clinics, etc.) from Lloyds are invited to adapt their websites in a way that adapts them for people with disabilities. “In general, all activities that fall within the tertiary and quaternary sectors of the economy should think about improving their digital products because they are important to people with disabilities. ” concludes Ostović. To embed accessibility customization to make your website available to a wider range of users, contact Lloyds by email: weare@lloyds.design. At the end of September, the legislation came into force European Web Accessibility which requires that all EU public sector websites must be adapted for a wider range of users, emphasizing the needs of people with disabilities. Given the large number of such sectors in Croatia, this is a great opportunity, but also a challenge for IT companies whose main activity is the development of digital products, especially the development of websites and mobile applications. In addition to functional and design adjustments to the font, ie size and spacing, which are, for example, important for dyslexics, the site also has the ability to work in dark mode, but also an integrated content reader in all languages ​​that automatically turns on if used by a visually impaired or blind person. has the system turned on by default on your computer, as well as many other functions.  Kristina Tubić from the Croatian Association of the Blind states that about 80 million people with disabilities live in the European Union, most of whom travel and visit tourist destinations. This information should motivate tourism institutions, accommodation and tourism service providers to adapt their digital solutions to a wider range of users. Such a change will, on the one hand, have a socially beneficial effect, while on the other hand, it will affect the overall improvement of the business. In theirs accessibility adjustments they use an open source font called OpenDyslexic, a font specifically designed for dyslexics that is constantly being improved according to user feedback. To make it easier to recognize letters, they use a font whose letters have thicker bottoms, which more clearly shows the direction of the letters. The thickened bottom makes it easier to recognize which side of the letter is down or up, that is, the different thickness of the letters helps so that the brain does not turn the letters over. A font where the bottom of each individual letter is equally bold also helps the line of text. Such unique letter shapes can help prevent confusion when reversing and replacing letters. OpenDyslexic font Dark mode work It was on the topic of an adaptive website to the needs of people with disabilities that I spoke to an IT company Lloyds design from Labin which is a leader in digital accessibility of websites in Croatia and which has designed its own solution for digital accessibility at this level of complexity. The main goal was that the website has a real value that is its purpose, and not just to do the job according to the given criteria and to provide comprehensive tourist information to guests with disabilities who visit Zadar.  The project of adapting content on the web for people with disabilities was done in cooperation with disability associations in Zadar, especially with the umbrella Association of the Physically Disabled of Zadar County, so that all changes have real value and provide information to guests with disabilities visiting Zadar.  Digital accessibility: How to adapt websites for the needs of people with disabilities according to the new European Web Accessibility legislation Furthermore, the OpenDyslexic font increases the spacing between letters when using a special type of italic font to make the letters easier to read, or to alleviate the symptoms of dyslexia.  Although the regulations stipulate that the public sector is obliged to adapt to people with disabilities, Ostović believes that the private sector should adapt to existing and future, ie potential users, in order to raise awareness and improve its business. In addition to the option to include a special font type, there is also an option to increase font size which helps visually impaired people to read the content of the website more clearly. On zadar.travel website implemented modular scale for fonts. When the user activates the option for a larger font, the fonts on the modular scale are increased by one level more, an adequate size for the visually impaired. This level of adaptation of the website was done for the first time, and we realized it in cooperation with associations of disabled people, Ostović emphasizes and adds that he would like to thank Mr. Filip Jadrijev, Secretary of the Association of Physically Handicapped of Zadar County, for feedback implementation of the adaptation of the website for persons with disabilities for the needs of the website of the Zadar Tourist Board. After they created a new website for the Zadar Tourist Board, they started talking about the directive that requires public sector entities to adapt their digital solutions for users with special needs, says Ostojić about the moment when Lloyds began to deal intensively with the challenge of adapting the web. sites for the needs of people with disabilities. Also one of the functionality of accessibility customization is night mode rada. Although they implemented it at the client’s request, they used it to enhance the contrast with additional text coloring options so that people with color blindness could read the content of the website more easily. The text coloring option is also available on the original version of the zadar.travel website. The article was done in collaboration with Lloyds design Lloyds design is a digital agency that provides a comprehensive service of digital product development in a way that in addition to the development of mobile and web applications provides a service of creating and developing a visual identity or brand, and the development of custom systems. Their team consists of passionate individuals who love good food, socializing, dedication, simple things, trends and Google. They have over 300 successfully completed projects for clients around the world – UK, USA, Canada, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Germany, Austria, France, and many others. “The project is very important, because it is not intended only for users in Zadar, but also for all guests with disabilities who come to Zadar from all over Croatia and the world. As I am a physically disabled person who uses a wheelchair, it was important to me that the website of the Tourist Board provides information on where and how disabled people can move around Zadar, or whether they can visit restaurants, theater and museums, or how to access apartments and the like. . In that sense, I expect the site to have more and more information day by day”Pointed out during the presentation of the adapted website, Filip Jadrijev, Secretary of the Association of the Physically Disabled of Zadar County, and concluded that they now finally have a unique place that can be visited by a large population of people with disabilities, regardless of disability In the continuation of the conversation with Domagoj Ostović, CEO of Lloyds design-a find out how the accessibility adaptation they implemented on the redesigned website of the Zadar Tourist Board enabled the use of the website to a wider circle of users and what feature of the adaptation it serves, ie what problem it solves.  IT company Lloyds design from Labin is a leader in digital accessibility of websites in Croatia We are the first company in Croatia to design solutions for digital accessibility at this level of complexity, he pointed out Domagoj Ostović, CEO of Lloyds designand added that they have simplified the solution as much as possible, thus making the use of customization options tailored for more and less experienced users. “Easy usability is the result of many hours of work and research guided by the recommendations of CARNet ” emphasizes Ostović. “In my opinion, this is a high level of adjustment. Thus, the zadar.travel website is now accessible to all blind and partially sighted people, but with different levels of low vision. As we have different levels of low vision, by emphasizing the nuances of contrast or color, we have taken into account all the tasks in the adaptation of the web. The job proved to be extremely demanding and challenging, but we are proud to have been given this opportunity. ” Ostovic pointed out Option for increase in thinning it helps both visually impaired and dyslexic people, ie it improves the readability and speed of reading the text. Option for increasing the spacing between letters helps dyslexic people reduce the symptoms of dyslexia by reducing reading errors caused by mixing and substituting letters. Larger spacing between letters improves readability and letter recognition. The solution is to incorporate a 2-pixel spacing which spacing is optimal to recognize letters faster and easier, while on the other hand maintaining word clarity to avoid misreading. Increasing the spacing between letters last_img read more

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New French PM to unveil reshuffled cabinet

first_imgFrance’s new Prime Minister Jean Castex was on Monday expected to unveil a reshuffled government tasked with helping the economy brave its worst crisis since World War II and injecting fresh momentum into the presidency of Emmanuel Macron.Castex, a senior bureaucrat and provincial mayor almost completely unknown to the French before his appointment Friday, is seeking to move quickly and decisively to convince skeptics he is the right choice for the job.The 55-year old was appointed by Macron in place of Edouard Philippe as the president seeks a fresh start for the final two years of his mandate ahead of 2022 presidential elections. France’s economy has been battered into a historic recession by the coronavirus crisis while Macron’s Republic on the Move (LREM) party is reeling from its drubbing in local elections late last month.Macron wrote on Twitter Sunday that a “new path” was needed, listing the new government’s priorities as “reviving the economy, continuing an overhaul of our social protection and the environment, re-establishing a fair republican order and defending European sovereignty”.The failure of LREM — founded in the run-up to Macron’s presidential bid in 2017 — in local elections again showed up its lack of a grassroots base.Analysts have said that by appointing a low-profile figure in place of Philippe — whose popularity was outstripping Macron’s — the president wants to tighten his grip on the reins of government ahead of 2022. ‘New talent’ French parliament speaker Richard Ferrand said he expected the new government to be announced on Monday morning after an intense weekend of exchanges between Castex and Macron.An aide to Macron, who asked not to be named, said there would be “new talent” and “people who have come from different horizons”.However few details have leaked over what changes there will be to the government, which under the centrist Macron has always been a delicate balancing act between left and right.Castex, who drew up the plan for France to come out of its coronavirus lockdown, was himself a member of the right-wing The Republicans (LR) but confirmed he has now handed in his party card.One job on the line is that of interior minister Christophe Castaner, criticized both by Black Lives Matter protesters over alleged racism in the police force but also by officers for a perceived lack of support.But it is far from clear if those holding the key ministries of state — ex-rightwinger Bruno Le Maire at economy and former Socialists Jean-Yves Le Drian and Florence Parly at foreign affairs and defense — will be moved on. ‘Not an option’ Much attention is on the future of the environment ministry, a troubled domain for Macron after the sensational resignation from the post of popular campaigner Nicolas Hulot in 2018 on the grounds that it was impossible to get anything done.Castex, not so far known for his green credentials, has said “ecology is not an option but an obligation”, following a strong performance by the Greens in municipal polls.But Yannick Jadot, an MEP and key figure in the EELV green party, retorted that there was “perfect continuity between Jean Castex and Edouard Philippe”, saying neither “had ever shown any kind of interest in the climate or biodiversity”.Philippe meanwhile has returned to the relative peace of his old job as mayor of the Normandy port of Le Havre. Opinion divided over whether he will fade into the background or could one day pose a challenge to Macron. Topics :last_img read more

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Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

first_img December 07, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Flag Order,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States and Pennsylvania flags in the Capitol Complex and at commonwealth facilities statewide to fly at half-staff on Monday, December 7, in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.The December 7, 1941, surprise attack on Pearl Harbor killed 2,403 Americans and led the United States to enter World War II.All Pennsylvanians are invited to join in this tribute.# # #Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolfcenter_img Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor Pearl Harbor Remembrance Daylast_img

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France’s ERAFP introduces climate divestment criteria

first_imgA spokeswoman at ERAFP told IPE it had two holdings to sell by the end of the year, worth around €15m, and had two more to look at more closely together with its asset managers.She said the credibility of companies’ commitments would be verified using criteria such as having a greenhouse gas reduction target that has been validated under the Science Based Targets platform, and a climate strategy carried by the board of direcors and incorporated as a criterion in the company’s executive pay policy.Sectors covered by the new policy include car manufacturers, haulage, cement, steel, aluminium, and oil & gas.The €33bn public pension fund also said it will be stepping up its engagement activity with those companies remaining in its portfolio, in particular within the framework of the Climate Action 100+ programme, to redirect their strategies and activities towards a decarbonised economy.It would be doing this “in order to comply with the timetable for phasing out coal completely worldwide in line with the Paris Agreement”.The pension fund will heed the need for there to be what is known as a “just transition”, where the adverse social impact of business and economic restructuring is minimised.ERAFP said the revisions to its SRI strategy were about “cementing its positioning with a view to ensuring that its investment activities are consistent with its commitment to a decarbonised economy.”Earlier this year the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change launched a project to help develop a common understanding of what it means to align portfolios with the Paris Agreement and how this can be achieved. ERAFP, the French civil service pension fund, has adopted criteria for divesting holdings on climate change-related grounds as part of a move to align its socially responsible investment (SRI) policy with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.The pension fund has not had a divestment policy or exclusion criteria before, sticking to a “best-in-class” approach with a focus on promoting more sustainable and responsible economic activity.However, it will now be pulling out of companies who do not adopt strategies consistent with the Paris Agreement goals and have more than 10% of their turnover coming from thermal coal-related activities.“Limiting a company’s exposure to thermal coal-related activities today is a powerful way to limit greenhouse gas emissions, while providing scope for opportunities to contribute to the energy transition,” it said.last_img read more

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Canada: B.C. creates fiscal framework for LNG investment

first_imgThe government of British Columbia introduced legislation to enable investment in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry of the Canadian province. The legislation brings together the final fiscal elements of the policy framework for natural gas development set out by Premier John Horgan a year ago, a government statement reads.British Columbia government has already provided a PST performance payment agreement and provided industrial electricity rates on par with other industrial users in B.C.Once passed it will amend the income tax act to implement a natural gas tax credit for LNG development in British Columbia, repeal the LNG income tax act that created barriers for investment in B.C.’s natural gas sector and repeal the LNG project agreements act that left British Columbians vulnerable to footing the bill for special industry tax and regulatory protections, the statement reads.Once complete, these steps will deliver the fiscal setting needed for LNG Canada’s proposed $40-billion project in northern British Columbia — the largest private-sector investment in B.C.’s history.The completed fiscal framework comes after months of discussion between government, communities, Indigenous peoples and the LNG industry to make sure the LNG Canada project meets government’s environmental goals and commitments to economic partnerships with First Nations.Effective January 1, 2020, the new natural gas tax credit will be available to qualifying corporations and is currently calculated at 3 percent of the cost of natural gas. The tax credit can be used to reduce B.C.’s corporate income tax rate from 12 percent to 9 percent.last_img read more

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Sponsorship and marketing a major challenge for Carnival organizers

first_img Sharing is caring! Dr. Alwin BullyOrganizers of the 2012 Real Mas have cited sponsorship and the marketing of the island’s traditional Mas as two of the major challenges hindering the overall success of the activities.Although Dominica’s 2012 carnival was officially launched on December 15th, 2011, sponsorship for carnival activities are said to be dwindling compared to that of last year.At the Dominica Festivals Committee’s weekly press conference on Wednesday, Chairman of the Carnival Development Committee, Dr. Alwin Bully said that to date, only one of the carnival queen contestants have secured sponsorship, ahead of the competition carded for February 17th, 2012. Dr. Bully announced that both sponsorship in cash and kind are minimal so far, posing great pressure on the organizers of the Real Mas.“It’s a real challenge given these economic times and both from the side of the Government of Dominica as well as the private sector for sponsorship. The question of how to market and how to create a real image of Dominica to be seen in the region and the rest of the world is really the biggest challenge that we have. We know we have a good product, we know we have great competition like Trinidad and Tobago carnival as well as Brazil, New Orleans, Martinique and Guadeloupe, but we are still confident that we have a product; that if well marketed, well-advertised and well presented, can still have the results we know are possible”. Our calypsos which we are convinced are world class will be underscored and seen and used and involved in other carnivals apart from our own on a major scale. But these things call for change, and change is always difficult among our people. The present format that we have may be working to a certain extent but you can only know its full potential after you try the other alternatives. These are the challenges we have; how to do it, the finances to do it and hopes that when you do a change the finances themselves will be increased by the general public and the region and the Diaspora”.The Dominica Festivals Committee continues to urge stakeholders in both the public and private sector to partner with them in making the Real Mas 2012 a success. Dominica Festivals Committee Events Drector’s representative, Ms Marva Williams According to Marva Williams, who represented DFC’s Events Director at Wednesday’s press conference, sponsors should view their partnership as a marketing opportunity for their company or organization.“All over the world, gone are the days a company big or small would just write them a cheque and expect nothing in return. We are all facing currently a decrease in revenue and we are all attempting to resolve this decrease by partnering with other people and companies who have caught the vision of change through smart market intelligence. DFC therefore appeals to companies in Dominica to help us develop sponsor partnerships with our corporations, small and large businesses where together we may find revenue opportunities. We realize that there is no “free money” but DFC also sees your sponsorships as a pulling of our marketing efforts since your company also to must remain financially responsible for their stakeholders and to the company as a whole. Therefore when we enter these partnerships, we endeavor to work along with you for mutual benefits”.LIME Dominica is the gold sponsor for the 2012 Real Mas.LIME Dominica General Manager, Mr. Jeffrey Baptiste LIME’s Country Manager, Jeffrey Baptiste also echoed calls for more partners to come on board to support the carnival activities. He said LIME’s contribution is not only towards DFC and the CDC, but is an investment in the promotion and preservation of our culture.“For us at LIME, it is another opportunity to reaffirm our commitment. We have an unwavering commitment to develop and build our community and people and carnival and culture is one pillar of what we have committed to do. We exist primarily to create a better place and to improve the lives of the people that we serve in Dominica and by extension the region. So this is part of who we are and we see ourselves as an integral part of the community in which we operate. This is not a one sided thing, it is not a show, it is something that we are passionate about and we are committed to do”, he said.Other sponsors who recently came on board were the Dominica Brewery and Beverages Ltd and Depex Color Lab whose sponsorship amounted to over $8,000.00.Dominica Vibes News Share 38 Views   one comment Tweetcenter_img Share LocalNews Sponsorship and marketing a major challenge for Carnival organizers by: – January 19, 2012 Sharelast_img read more

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PENRO-Antique conducts Dalaw-Turo in schools

first_imgThe project utilizes the basiccommunication principles of folk media and community mass-based approaches suchas street theaters, environmental games, creative lectures and workshops,ecological tours, and production of nature interpretative materials.(With DENR-6/PN) “We are hoping that the youths willapply their learning during the conduct of ‘Dalaw-Turo’ and now understand therole they play to help conserve and protect the environment through their ownways by properly segregating wastes,” said Francisco Milla Jr., regionalexecutive director of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The “Dalaw-Turo” team, an educationalteaching design developed by the Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB),prepared educational games and drama skits on proper solid waste management andillegal tree cutting to students to help increase their awareness and knowledgeabout environmental protection and conservation. Both schools last week received acoffee table book entitled “Kadagatan tubtub Kabukidan;” the traditionalknowledge practices of Panay Island and Guimaras; and information materialsabout ecological solid waste management (Republic Act 9003), Anti Burning Law,disaster preparedness, and importance of wetlands.  Students and teachers of Barasanan National High School watch a prepared drama skit of the “Dalaw-Turo” team in Tobias Fornier, Antique last week. DENR-6center_img Proper solid waste management was oneof the 10 priority programs of Environment secretary Roy Cimatu who aimed toensure that wastes are properly disposed and managed.  SAN JOSE, Antique – The ProvincialEnvironment and Natural Resources Office here with the Regional Public AffairsOffice conducted a “Dalaw-Turo” in Barasanan National High School and VillaflorElementary School both in Tobias Fornier town.              “Dalaw-Turo” is a non-traditional andeducational communication teaching design developed by the PAWB as a medium forenvironmental education based on the principles of biological diversity andsustainable development.     last_img read more

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John A. Tichenor, 90

first_imgJohn A. Tichenor, 90 formerly of Greensburg, passed away on May 5, 2020. John was born in Greensburg on August 10, 1929, the son of Alphonse and Cleona (Gardner) Tichenor.He retired from Batesville Casket and was a farmer most all of his life.Survivors include his two daughters – Katharine (Joel) Curtis of Hayden, AL and Lynette (William Thomas) Myers of Tucson, AZ; three step sons – Stanley Wiggam, Robert “Bob” Wiggam and Andy Wiggam; five sisters – Zelma (James) Barnes, Bonnie (Ray) Evans, Mary (Marion) Barnes, Charlotte (Calvin) Huffmeyer and Sally (Harley) Weber; four grandchildren; and five great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Clara Tichenor, one step son Chris Wiggam, three sisters – Leona Amhrein, Margaret Miller and Georgetta Hert; and one infant brother Lowell Tichenor.A graveside funeral service will be held on Monday, May 18, 2020 at the South Park Cemetery with Rev. Cliff Bunch officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the donor’s choice. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.last_img read more

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