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Online store for marble, granite and mosaic crosses, funeral accessories. We process from ordering a funeral monument, workmanship, finishing, grinding, polishing, lettering, ceramic photo application to transport and installation.
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In 1938 John B. Ratterman decides to open a second funeral home in Louisville's emerging east end community of St. Matthews. He asked two of his sons, Carl and John Jr. to operate the new facility and it opened in 1939. This new business grew along with St. Matthews, Carl and John Jr. added on and remodeled the original building several times over the years. Now under the direction of Carl's sons and grandson, Ratterman Brothers has just completed its latest update to make the spacious surroundings even more comfortable for the families it serves. The Ratterman family, now in its fifth generation of service, has taken care of thousands of families with compassionate care for nearly 150 years. The Ratterman's know that families need to have confidence with experienced professionals in a comfortable and dignified setting at this most difficult time.
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Bitcoin exchange BTCC says operating normally, no official word from China central bank -

FILE PHOTO: An illustration photo of Bitcoin (virtual currency) coins are seen at La Maison du Bitcoin in ParisThe head of major Chinese bitcoin exchange BTCC said on Thursday the platform was operating normally and that it had stopped offering margin loans last week alongside its competitors Huobi and OkCoin. Chief Executive Bobby Lee also told Reuters that the company had yet to receive any official document from China's central bank, amid state media reports that the People's Bank of China (PBOC) had found "hidden risks" in the BTCC exchange after a probe.

Wed, 18 Jan 2017 23:08:32 -0500
First Pokemon Go update of 2017 improves GPS tracking, Apple Watch app - Following the launch of Generation 2 and the holiday events that rounded out 2016, Pokemon Go developer Niantic went quiet for much of the first half of January. In fact, other than the addition of 5,000 additional PokeStops at Starbucks locations around the US, the company's blog was silent. Until yesterday. On Tuesday, Niantic revealed that the first Pokemon Go  update of 2017 was being rolled out (version 0.53.1 on Android, 1.23.1 on iOS). These are the release notes for the update, which should arrive soon: Updated Apple Watch to display Eggs obtained from PokéStops Changed distance tracking to better account for GPS drift Minor text fixes. Ever since the Pokemon Go Apple Watch app launched late last year, players have been complaining about its limited functionality. While the ability to display eggs likely isn't the big improvement many players were waiting for, it's encouraging to see Niantic begin to make the app more usable. The second bullet point is far more interesting, as GPS drift has been a significant issue ever since Pokemon Go launched on iOS and Android last year. Hopefully this will lead to more accurate placement of avatars on the world map and more consistent tracking of distance walked while hatching eggs. Finally, The Silph Road was able to datamine the APK of the update and discovered that Niantic has added 38 new moves to the game. This is the first time moves have been added other than the addition of Ditto's Transform move, which means that more Gen 2 Pokemon are likely on the way. While this update isn't especially monumental, it appears to be setting Pokemon Go up for some major changes and additions throughout the year. Check your device in the coming days for the update. Wed, 18 Jan 2017 23:04:55 -0500
Samsung chief allowed home, prosecutor vows to keep chasing -

Samsung Group chief, Jay Y. Lee, leaves after attending a court hearing to review a detention warrant request against him at the Seoul Central District Court in SeoulA South Korean court on Thursday denied a special prosecutor clearance to arrest the head of Samsung Group [SAGR.UL], the country's largest conglomerate, amid a graft scandal that has led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye. The pre-dawn decision by the Seoul Central District Court to allow him to go home was welcomed by Samsung Group. The 48-year-old left the Seoul Detention Centre carrying a white shopping bag and climbed into a car without talking to reporters, having been held overnight as the court deliberated whether to grant the arrest warrant.

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