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first_imgMinnie Elizabeth Moore, age 93, of Laurel, Indiana died Saturday, June 3, 3017 at Reid Health in Richmond, Indiana.Born June 14, 1923 in Brookville, Indiana she was the daughter of the late Howard Walter & Nora May (Spenny) Roemer. On December 16, 1944 she was united in marriage to Willard Moore, and he preceded her in death on March 25, 1974.She had worked at the former American Central in Connersville and also at the Hearthstone Restaurant & Andersonville Restaurant. She attended the Andersonville Christian Church and was a former member of St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Brookville. In her leisure time she enjoyed flowers, watching television, but most of all her family.Survivors include twelve children, Sharon Grizzell and Pamela Fields both of Laurel, Indiana, Willard (Shirley) Moore Jr. of Richmond, Indiana, Ronald (Mary) Moore of Batesville, Indiana, Sandra (Ronnie) Dunn of Laurel, Indiana, Deborah (Floyd) Adams of Batesville, Indiana, Linda Gilliam of Laurel, Indiana, Brenda (Lee) Pennington of Shelbyville, Indiana, Beverly (Dan) Friend of Connersville, Indiana, Melissa (Randy) Shoemaker and Michael (Lea) Moore both of Laurel, Indiana, and Rebecca (Tim) Wahman of Oldenburg, Indiana; a brother, Howard (Jack) Roemer of Thompson, Illinois; 28 grandchildren; 61 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great grandchildren, as well as two great grandchildren that are on the way. She will also be missed by nephews Raymond Marmouze, Gary Marmouze, Rick Roemer, John Roemer, and niece Phyllis Harris.In addition to her parents and husband, Willard, she was preceded in death by a sister Catherine F. Marmouze; three son-in-laws, Joe Grizzell, Harold Fields, and Herman Gilliam; and several grandchildren and a nephew Randy Marmouze.Family & friends may visit from 10:00 A.M. until 12:00 Noon on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Ave., Brookville.Rev. Ladona Webb of St. Thomas Lutheran Church & Pastor Rich Ralston of Andersonville Christian Church will officiate the Funeral Services on Wednesday June 7, 2017, 12:00 Noon at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial will then follow in Laurel North Cemetery in Laurel, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Thomas Lutheran Church. Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Minnie Moore, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more

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first_imgQPR will assess Adel Taarabt’s minor hamstring problem in training early next week.Rangers expected the Moroccan to be passed fit for last weekend’s defeat at Bolton but he was not able to take his place in the squad.He is hoping to return for the home game against Liverpool on Wednesday, when Mark Hughes’ side will be looking for their first win in eight games.AdChoices广告DJ Campbell has been struggling with a more serious hamstring injury but appears to be making some progress.Fellow forward Heidar Helguson hopes to return to contention soon following a spell out with a groin problem.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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first_imgMichael Phelps began the final chapter of his storied career with a golden hue on Sunday as he helped the U.S. men’s team to victory in the 4×100 metres freestyle relay to collect his 23rd Olympic medal.With the U.S. men having medalled in every Olympics 4×100 freestyle relay since the event was introduced in 1964, there was every chance Phelps was going to add to his haul.Swimming second in the relay, Phelps took over from Dressel, just 0.02 seconds behind France and in a few powerful strokes the 31-year-old gave his team the lead.”Caeleb wanted to get out in open water, lead us off and the only thing I said to them ‘I’m going to try and get you guys as much open water as I can’,” said Phelps.”I know how hard it is to swim in the wake in that race and I was going to do whatever I could to get them out front.”Held increased the lead and London individual 100 freestyle champion Nathan Adrian brought them home as the chants of “USA!” “USA!” rose to a crescendo. “It was crazy, I was standing on the block while Caeleb (Dressel) was coming in and I actually thought my heart was going to explode out of my chest,” said Phelps. ” Having the amount of excitement cheering in the stands during that race I don’t know if I have heard anything like it.”It was not unusual to see Phelps, who returned for one last tilt at the Olympics after initially retiring following the London Games, standing on the podium, but it was to see the 19-time champion overcome with emotion.The victory was too much for Held and Dressel, who won their first Olympic medals and had to be consoled by their vastly-experienced team mate.With his team mates in tears, Phelps smiled and laughed and hugged them as they took a victory lap around the pool deck, until he saw his fiancée and baby son in the stands. “The younger guys started crying and I started crying,” laughed Phelps.”They were making us cry.last_img read more

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first_imgAuthorities in Tamarac have arrested a 24-year-old man for the drowning deaths of a 5 and a 6-year-old boy.The incident occurred on May 22nd around 9:30 pm.According to the report, the children were found submerged in the pool and were given CPR. They were then transported to Northwest Medical Center where they were pronounced dead.On Tuesday, John Louis Lynn who was supposed to be watching the children at the time, was arrested a charged with manslaughter, after an investigation led officials to believe that Lynn did not provide proper care and supervision for the children. Officials says because he was not properly watching the children, he is responsible for their deaths.last_img

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first_imgFacebook78Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Bob Terhune, Capital Lakefair Military LiaisonThe 50-foot-long, 62-year-old, antique wooden boat, OLD MAN IV, which serves as a ceremonial platform for the U. S. Navy, will arrive at the City of Olympia’s Percival Landing on Thursday, July 18 between 12 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. where it will be greeted by the Capital Lakefair Queen, Princesses and Capital Lakefair members who are known as Capitalarians.The Command Cutter, which is powered by twin diesel engines, will be open for public visitors on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 19, 20 and 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A vintage Admiral’s Barge, OLD MAN IV was built in 1957 by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS) in Bremerton the same year, 1957, that Capital Lakefair was begun in Olympia. Back then this area was known as the 13th Naval District. Today it is Navy Region Northwest, commanded by Rear Admiral Christopher S. “Scotty” Gray, who took charge on June 20, 2018, just over a year ago. The Boat Crew for this year’s visit consists of: Chief Quartermaster (Surface Warfare) William Kearns, Boat Officer, Boatswain’s Mate First Class (Surface Warfare) Shavar Hillery, Boat Coxswain, and Engineman Second Class (Surface Warfare) Branden Caligiuri, Boat Engineer.During Lakefair week the members of the Navy Boat Crew will represent the Navy and Navy Region Northwest in several Lakefair events, including Thursday evening’s Royalty Program and Saturday’s 5:00 p.m. Capital Lakefair Grand Parade.For more information, visit the Capital Lakefair website.last_img read more

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