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Minnesota Judicial Branch

Court Interpreter ProgramThe Court Interpreter Program supports the Minnesota Judicial Branch goal of ensuring that people who cannot speak English or are deaf or hard of hearing have equal access to participate in cases in Minnesota state courts.

Obituaries - Iowa deaf

Obituaries - Iowa deaf

Marvin Walter Tuttle, Sr.September 20, 1930 - July 11, 2015 Marvin Walter Tuttle, Sr., 84, passed away July 11, 2015 at Mercy Hospice in Johnston surrounded by his family. He was born September 20, 1930 in Aurelia, Iowa, to his parents Augusta (Hasenwinkel) and Ernest Tuttle. He graduated from the Iowa School for the Deaf and attended Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.After relocating to Des Moines in 1950 and beginning a 37-year career as an employee of the Armstrong Rubber Company, Marvin married Patricia Dorsey, a long-time schoolmate at the Iowa School for the Deaf, on November 27, 1953 in Fremont, Nebraska. In their 61 years of marriage, they raised 7 children at their home in Saylor Township, Des Moines.Marvin was renowned for his accomplishments and pursuits in Iowa high school athletics, especially in basketball, track and football. In 1949, he was selected to the all-state first team for Iowa high school basketball by the Iowa Daily Press Association after leading the state in scoring with a 23.6 point average. He excelled in track, consistently winning events in the shot put, discus and football throw. He was state champion in the shot put and held the state and Drake Relays football throw records for a number of years. He was twice named to the World Deaf Olympics in 1950 and 1954. After high school, he continued to perform at a high level in basketball for the Des Moines Silent Club, helping to lead that team to three national championships conducted by the American Athletic Association of the Deaf (AAAD). He was inducted into the Iowa High School Athletic Association Basketball Hall of Fame in 1976 and the AAAD Hall of Fame in 1981.Later in life, Marvin was very involved as a parent and coach in his children's athletic and academic endeavors. His children remember him as a respected and highly sought leader in church, community and civic activities. He was an elder of Calvary Lutheran Church. He was a Little League baseball coach and umpire. He was appointed by Governor Terry Branstad to serve as a board member on the state's Commission of the Deaf in 1992, which helped to create and oversee the current Deaf Services of Iowa. He was later reappointed by Governors Tom Vilsack and Chet Culver to continue in this leadership role until 2004. He was honored by Governors Branstad and Vilsack with two Governor's Distinguished Volunteer Awards for his service to the state.Most of all, he is remembered dearly for his quick wit and his fierce devotion, love and pride of the accomplishments and diverse interests of his family. His children will miss the presence of this wonderful man but they are glad that he has achieved the most important goal of his life, living in peace with the Lord and the love of his life, Gwen Patricia.Marvin was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, his sisters Verla, Gladys, and Mildred, and his brother Gerald. He is survived by his children Marvin Jr. (Lynn) of Centennial, CO; Patrick (Dana) of Winnetka, IL; Eric of Omaha, NE; Dolly (Mark) Murray of Council Bluffs, IA; Maureen of Des Moines, IA; Cathy (Troy) Murphy of Johnston, IA; and Michael (Dani) of Stoughton, WI, sisters Arleen Van Hemert of Johnston, IA; Deloris Rogers of Des Moines, IA; Lola Dilocker of Dakota Dunes, SD; and brothers Ernest, John and Ronald of Aurelia, IA. His 21 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren (3 more on the way) will miss his friendship, love and constant teasing.A private family memorial service is planned for August 7, 2015 with a celebration of his life open to friends of the family later that day. Details will be announced later. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions in his memory be made to Mercy Hospice in Johnston or the Iowa School for the Deaf Foundation. Thanks to Hamilton Funeral Home, Des Moines, Iowa and John Matthews for the information. ***********

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Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf

Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf

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Patient Rights and Responsibilities Permission form for medical care in parental absence. Release of Information Form Mercy patients can rest peacefully in beautiful private rooms. Mercy offers a variety of services for patients and visitors. If you cannot find what you are looking for in the left column of this page or below, contact Mercy On Call, at 358-2767 or 800-358-2767. Business Center Located near the main lobby, the business center houses a computer with Internet access, a fax machine, and an Internet port for a laptop computer. It is open 24 hours a day. Cafeteria Mercy's Cafeteria, located on the first floor, is open Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m, Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. A vending machine alcove is located near the Cafeteria. It is available 24 hours a day and offers cold drinks, chips, candy, and a selection of cold foods such as fruit and yogurt. Cashier Services/ATM Checks up to $20 can be cashed at the Cashier's window, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Cafeteria will accept checks for the amount of a meal purchase. An ATM and change machine are available near the main lobby. Cellular Phone Policy There is no policy in place restricting the use of cell phones in the building. However, in order to promote rest and recovery for ICU patients and to prevent any electrical interference with monitoring equipment, the ICU staff requests that cell phones be turned off while visiting ICU patients. Language Translation Services While patients may bring their own interpreters to the hospital, this is sometimes not possible or appropriate. For this reason, Mercy offers translation services for patients and visitors that do not speak English. In some cases, translation can be provided in person. In others, the services of Certified Language International (CLI) are used; this telephone translation service is available 24 hours a day at no charge to the patient or visitor. A variety of print, videotape, and online resource materials in Spanish and other languages are also available in patient care areas.  Lost & Found Articles found on the Mercy campus are kept in the Safety and Security Department. Inquiries regarding lost articles can be made by calling 339-0300 or 800-637-2942, and asking the operator to connect you to Security. Smoking Policy No smoking is allowed in the hospital building or in Mercy Medical Plaza. This is in order to safeguard the health and safety of our patients, visitors, volunteers, and staff. Smoking is permitted only in designated areas on the hospital exterior grounds. Identifying signs are posted. Special Needs For patients whose hearing is impaired, Mercy offers a TDD (telecommunication device for the deaf) through a dedicated line in the Emergency Care Unit, 339-3789. Relay Iowa can be contacted for TTY (teletypewriter) communication. Patients and visitors who use sign language are encouraged to bring an interpreter with them. Closed caption television, adapters, volume control telephone receivers, and telecommunication devices are also available. For patients whose vision is impaired, escorts can be arranged, as well as accommodations for a seeing eye dog. Sleeping arrangements for an interpreter or family member can also be made.Mercy offers free wireless Internet: MercyNet

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