Alice Elaine Ringquist

Alice Elaine Ringquist, 84, of Wichita passed away Thursday, May 17, 2018, at her home in Wichita. Alice was born December 3, 1933 in Hunter, KS to the late Purl and Margaret (Clark) Woddell.

Alice was a graduate of Brown Mackie College and worked as a bookkeeper.

She was the wife of Dean Ringquist. They were married in Beloit, KS on July 5, 1965.

Alice is survived by her husband: Dean, of the home: sons: Mark (Jean) Alft of Wichita, KS, and Bryan Alft of Lewisville, TX; and; daughter: Nadine (Lyle) Hopp of Marshall, TX; 7 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Wilford “Jack” Woddell.

Funeral services will be held 10:00 am on Monday, May 21 at Christians Funeral Home, 103 N. Washington, Lindsborg, KS with Chris Bisset officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Lindsborg on Monday, May 21 at 11:30 am. There will not be visitation.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association. Memorials may be sent in care of Christians Funeral Home, 103 N. Washington, Lindsborg, KS 67456.

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MORELLO, Sebastiano James "Jimmy" Of Medford, April 28th. Beloved husband of Nimfa (Falcon) Morello. Devoted father of Gina Boznak of Lewisville, TX, James Morello and his wife Kristin of Tewksbury, Diana McKee and Andrea Duffy, both of Reading, Patricia Strohman and her husband Bryan of North Reading, the late Joseph Morello and his surviving wife Christina. Loving grandfather to Ashley, Rachael, Sarah, Vincent, Mikayla, Alyssa, Caitlin, Hannah, Mariana, Adeline, Dylan and Parker. Former husband of Joan McCourt. Dear brother of Robert Morello and his wife Susan, Mary MacIsaac and her late husband Joseph, all of Medford, Joseph Morello and his wife Martha of Chelmsford, Richard Morello and his wife June of Stoneham. Funeral from the Dello Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main St., MEDFORD, Friday, May 4th at 8:30 AM followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Raphael Church, 512 High Street, Medford, at 9:30 AM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday 4 – 8 PM. Services will conclude with burial at Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford. Late US Army Veteran, Korean War. To leave a message of condolence visit Dello Russo Family Funeral Homes


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This Week’s Dallas-Fort Worth Deal Sheet

JPI and Bridgeview Real Estate are developing a $74M, 409-unit multifamily community in Farmers Branch.

The project has $16M in financing from a partnership between Buchanan Street Partners and CarVal Investors. The new development will rest in Bridgeview Real Estate’s Jefferson Alpha West, a more than 480K SF mixed-use development near the Galleria.

“Our investment in Jefferson Alpha West offers the opportunity to participate with a premier multifamily developer in JPI and contribute to a significant mixed-use project in the dynamic Galleria submarket,” Buchanan Street Partners partner Bob Dougherty said in a statement.

Jefferson Alpha West will be constructed in Phase 1 of Alpha West’s development.

"We value our ongoing relationship with CarVal and recognize the opportunity to achieve attractive risk-adjusted returns on this investment,” Dougherty said in a statement. “Strong regional growth paired with the merits of this project and the participants involved make this a compelling investment for Buchanan Street.”


Younger Partners added Steve Triolet to its research team. Triolet has 18 years of experience in the industry. He previously worked for CBRE, JLL and Xceligent.


Stan Johnson Co. opened its Dallas office. Chris Adams and Reed Hudson will run the Dallas office. Prior to joining Stan Johnson Co. Adams worked for Marcus & Millichap. Hudson is joining the Dallas branch by way of Stan Johnson Co.’s Houston office.


A local investment group purchased 711 Elm St. from a Dallas-based limited partnership. The sale includes the five-story building, 137 parking spaces in a multilevel garage and 7,200 SF of street-level retail space. Weitzman’s Matthew Rosenfeld, Mike Allen and Kevin Butkus represented the seller.


Driversselect purchased a 73K SF facility at 2615 I-20 in Grand Prairie from AAGP LLC. Lee & Associates’ Nathan Denton represented the buyer. JLL’s Chris Gibbons, Paul Ferraro, Charlie Bernet and Melissa Holland represented the seller.


An affiliate of Momentum Commercial Realty Inc. sold a 73K SF building at 1010 East Arapaho Road in Richardson to GBP Industrial. Stream Realty Partners’ investment sales team of Jamie Jennings, James Mantzuranis and Andrew Rabinovich, as well as Stream’s Matt Wieser, represented the seller. Joe Wilson represented the buyer.


Lane Star Properties purchased an 82-unit multifamily community, Richland Park, in Richardson from SJR Investments. Rowan Partners facilitated the sale.


REI Group purchased Sierra Point, a 212-unit apartment community in Irving, from MacDonald Realty Group. Rowan Partners facilitated the sale.


Lincoln Retail Income & Growth Fund purchased Shops at Colorado, a 74K SF retail center in Denton, from RCG-Denton LLC. CBRE National Retail Partners’ Chris Gerard, Chris Cozby and Blaine Dozier represented the seller.


Barnes & Thornburg leased 28K SF at PwC Tower in the Park District. CBRE’s Phil Puckett and Harlan Davis represented the landlord. CBRE’s Dennis Barnes, Clay Gilbert and Shannon Brown represented the landlord, Trammell Crow.


Alston & Bird leased 36K SF at Chase Tower in Downtown Dallas. Stream Realty Partners’ JJ Leonard, Matt Wieser and Jackie Smith represented the landlord, Fortis Property Group. CBRE’s Phil Puckett and Michelle Donaldson represented the tenant.


RR Reddy Real Estate purchased 16 acres at 1251 Harmon Road in Haslet. Stream Realty Partners’ Seth Koschak represented the buyer. Texas Business Vistas’ Jim Klein represented the seller, Richard Korman.


AmerCareRoyal LLC leased 63K SF at Lakeside Corporate Center, 700 Lakeside Parkway in Flower Mound. Stream Realty Partners’ Blake Kendrick and Jeremy Kelly represented the landlord, RREEF. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Jim Brice represented the tenant.


MORSCO Supply LLC subleased 21K SF at Valwest Business Park IV, 1520 Luna Road in Carrollton, from Temperatsure LLC. Stream Realty Partners’ Eric Crutchfield represented the sublandlord.


Hanes Industries renewed its 66K SF lease at International Airport Center, 615 Westport Parkway in Grapevine. Steve Koldyke represented the landlord, International Airport Center Inc. Stream Realty Partners’ Ryan Boozer represented the tenant.


Adaptive Training Foundation leased 17K SF at 4125 Old Denton Road in Carrollton. Stream Realty’s Todd Noonan represented the tenant. Mushtak Khatri represented the landlord, an affiliate of the Tabani Group Inc.


Production and Rigging Resources Inc. renewed its 49K SF lease at 4900-4930 Sharp St. in Dallas. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Canon Shoults represented the landlord, TA.


Felder USA leased 13K SF at 1420 Halsey Way in Carrolton. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Andrew Gilbert represented the landlord, Red Tail Acquisitions. Stream Realty Partners’ Adam Jones represented the tenant.


EA Engineering, Science and Technology renewed its 13K SF lease at 405 State Highway 121 Bypass in Lewisville. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Andrew Gilbert and Clay Balch represented the landlord, Adler Realty Partners. CRESA’s Alex Coe represented the tenant.


Enseo Inc. renewed its 27K SF lease at 1680 North Prospect in Richardson. Josh Barnes and Ben Wallace of Holt Lunsford Commercial represented the landlord, Adler Realty Partners.


TTC Equipment & Supply LLC leased 30K SF at 800 Industrial Blvd. in Grapevine. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Canon Shoults and Clay Balch represented the tenant. Stream’s Sarah Ozanne, Blake Kendrick and Ryan Boozer, as well as Prologis’ Mitch Pruitt, represented the landlord, Prologis.


TBS Garage Doors renewed its 15K SF lease at 1225 Capital Drive in Carrollton. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Clay Balch represented the tenant. Stream Realty Partners’ Corbin Stall and Eric Crutchfield represented the landlord, DRA Advisors.


Prestonwood Landscape Services leased 24K SF at 1344 Round Table in Dallas. Holt Lunsford Commercial’s Canon Shoults, Josh Barnes and Clay Balch represented the tenant.


Excel English Institute leased 10K SF at 1101 East Arapaho Road in Richardson. Ryan and Bell Realty Partners’ Matt Flory and Corey Wiskow represented the tenant. Scot Florsheim represented the owner, Sooner Management.


Liberty Property Trust initiated the third phase of GSW North. A new 172K SF facility will be built, bringing the total size of the complex to 709K SF. The new facility is scheduled to deliver in December.


Frontera Plaza-Vista completed the construction of Frontera Plaza, a 44K SF multi-tenant retail center in Mesquite. Frontera was delivered 100% leased and is anchored by Planet Fitness, Rancho Semental and Foot Locker.

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Water line break leaves frustrated families without water in Lewisville

Jammie Smith has been the liaison between other residents wanting to know if the water is back on in their apartments. He’s been fielding phone calls from those residents on Wednesday and Thursday.

At the same time Smith is taking care of his two grandchildren until their parents come home. He says the last two days have been frustrating.

"When you don’t have it you can see what you’re missing," he said.

His daughter lives in the Windsor Court Apartments in Lewisville. The City tells WFAA that the entire complex has been without water since Wednesday morning because of a water line break. Residents were notified their water would be turned off while the repairs are done through a note posted on their door.

The City says the break is to a three-inch private line that supplies the apartments. In Jammie’s apartment, the dishes are starting to pile up. The Windsor Court Apartments have offered jugs of water.

"Not yesterday… we had to go all last night without water," said Jammie.

The City of Lewisville learned of the break early on and tells WFAA it brought out public works, a building inspector, even the health department, just to make sure the work is done and correctly with minimal impact to residents.

On Thursday night Carmelas Leon came home with fingers crossed, hoping it would be fixed. But she was disappointed that it was not.

"He hasn’t even taken a shower. I don’t even know how I’m going to do it," Leon said about her son, who had just gotten out of soccer practice. For him a real shower may have to wait.

WFAA made several attempts to reach out to the apartment complex. After hour calls were also made to the management company based out of Richardson. We’re still waiting on a response.

We’ve talked with residents who have taken up hotels, some staying with family, and some willing to wait it out, hoping the fix doesn’t take much longer.

As of 9:45 p.m. the water was still off in the apartments. The City told WFAA that if water was not restored by Friday morning that the apartment would have to bring in portable restrooms for the residents.

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Fairview Microwave Launches New Line Of RF And Microwave Power Amplifier Accessories

New Selection of Power Amplifier Accessories Includes Heat Sinks and Power Control Cable Assemblies

Lewisville, TX /PRNewswire/ — Fairview Microwave Inc., a leading provider of on-demand RF and microwave components, has introduced a new family of RF and microwave power amplifier accessories that includes heat sinks, heat sinks with cooling fans and power control cable assemblies. The heat sinks in this line are ideal for thermal management of power amplifiers that can generate excessive levels of heat. These heat sinks are able to enhance heat dissipation from a power amplifier to ensure the internal circuit assembly does not overheat and optimum performance and reliability is maintained.

Fairview’s new product line includes eight different heat sink models that feature finned extrusion profiles with large baseplate mounting surfaces and AC or DC power supply options for models with integrated cooling fans. Most models include thermal mounting gaskets for optimal thermal flow. Some of the models are designated for general purpose usage and others are configured for select power amplifier models. The general-purpose heat sink models (FMAMC5013 and FMAMC5022) can be used for all Fairview power amplifiers where a heat sink is recommended, typically one watt and greater. This series also includes four power control cable assemblies that are configured for select power amplifier models with D-sub connector interfaces to support test and measurement applications.

"Designers will find our new amplifier accessories extremely useful in test and measurement applications. They ensure optimal performance, long-term reliability and can be used in combination with a wide selection of our power amplifier models," said Tim Galla, Product Manager.

Fairview’s new RF and microwave power amplifier accessories are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity. For detailed information on these products, please visit

About Fairview Microwave:

A leading supplier of on-demand RF and microwave products since 1992, Fairview Microwave offers immediate delivery of RF components including attenuators, adapters, coaxial cable assemblies, connectors, terminations and much more. All products are shipped same-day from the company’s ISO 9001:2008 certified production facilities in Lewisville, Texas. Fairview Microwave is an Infinite Electronics company.

SOURCE: Fairview Microwave Inc.

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Placemaking - Wikipedia

4 Ways The Art Of Placemaking Has Evolved In 4 Decades

Master-planned communities have grown more complex as developers’ ambitions, capabilities and resources continue to expand. The rising costs of infrastructure and land present challenges in how these projects are phased, implemented and positioned in the market.

The idea that a developer’s comprehensive team of landscape architects, engineers and urban planners could collaborate with local officials to create communities has been adopted and proven over the past few decades, and shown to be the most effective way to translate a vision to reality.

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