Kennedy (1917-1963) when asked what is his favorite song

Passed: April 30, 2007
One of Faust’s most colourful characters has passed away.
Frank Lenard Madsen passed away April 30 at the age of 91 years.
Madsen came to the Faust area from Coronation, Alta. He operated a fur farm in Faust for many years. Later, he got into the lumber industry by operating a sawmill. Later, he took on another challenge by becoming a grain farmer in the Faust district.
Madsen was known as a great conservationist, probably because of his interest in the fur industry and Lesser Slave Lake. He was also known to tell many a story of the old days. People could sit for hours listening to Madsen tell his tales and marvel at his knowledge of local history.
A celebration of life will be held for Madsen Tuesday, May 15 at 2 p.m. at the Kinuso Agricultural Hall. A lunch will follow afterwards at the Kinuso Seniors Centre. Everyone who knew Madsen is welcome to attend both functions.

Their parents were Bishop Milton Wright and Susan Catherine.

Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.
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Given that, I would rewrite the introduction this way:

Born: February 11, 1954
Passed: November 24, 2008
Jill Switzer, daughter of Gilbert and Ruby Switzer of Jasper, passed away suddenly on Nov. 24, 2008 at the age of 54.
She is mourned by daughters Rebbecca Young, Celeste Moser (Trevor) and Rachel Perkinson (David), son Norman Young (Shelena), sister Leslie Ann (Max), brother Lex Switzer (Helen), all their families, 7 grand kids, and as well as Bill Turple (husband) who was sharing his life with Jill. Jill will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.

The passion of the Wright brothers for aviation came early on.

Born: August 21, 1934
Passed: October 23, 2008
Mrs. Irene Womacks of Edmonton and formerly of Slave Lake, passed away after a brief illness.
Irene will be dearly missed by daughters, Lisa (Derrick) of Grande Cache, Sherry of Spruce Grove, Susan (Dannyll) of Regina, SK and Francine of Red Deer; grandchildren Jarrod, Tom, Kyle, Shanelle, Justyn, Austyn and Rayne; her brother Des of Alder Flats; and numerous relatives and friends.
She was predeceased by her husband George; her parents and younger sister; and grandson Braydon.
A memorial service was held Oct. 27 in Edmonton.

Also, their father pushed them to read extensively and deliberate issues.
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My opinion is that they don't stifle enough of them."

The guide is not designed to be exhaustive. It provides ideas for student activities and assignments, bibliographies of Wright's work, and a selected listing of background sources. Some older materials are included to suggest the state of scholarship and thinking about issues within Wright's lifetime or as reminders of what works might have influenced his thinking. In making assignments, it is suggested that the teacher add current articles and books that are deemed appropriate.

In 1911 Diaz flees the country and Madero is elected president.

You learn what the brothers were thinking and why they did what they did at every turn of the story.

Miller, Ivonette Wright, "Wright Reminiscences", Dayton, Ohio, The Air Force Museum Foundation, 1978.
This will help fill in the story with first-hand accounts from people who knew the Wright brothers intimately.

The other is as though everything is a miracle."

It's a medium-size book (340 pages) and provides a full, detailed account of the lives of the Wright brothers.

Wright, Orville and Wilbur, "Miracle at Kitty Hawk: The Letters of Wilbur and Orville Wright", edited by Fred C.