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Death Notices 11-10-10: Helen Grace (Behmer) Hess, Samuel Johnson, Richard Lawrence Kehoe Jr., Deveda E. Martin

November 10, 2010

Helen Grace (Behmer) Hess
Nov. 7, 2010
MUNCIE — Helen Grace (Behmer) Hess, 92, of Muncie, formerly of Argos, died at 10 a.m. Nov. 7, 2010 at Westminster Village Nursing Home, Muncie, following a brief illness.
She is survived by her husband, Gerald; a son, Thomas (Kuniko) Hess of Columbus, Ohio; daughter, Nancy (Kenneth) Bruce of Albany; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters: Lenore Schaefer of Grand Rapids, Mich., Betty Gene Wagoner of Albuquerque, N.M. and Julia Ruth Ward of Sacramento, Calif.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Learning with help from ND guest educator

November 10, 2010

Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth was excited to host Anita Beebe from the University of Notre Dame as a guest science educator for the sixth grade students.
Beebe is the Bioeyes project educator through Notre Dame’s outreach program and is working with 70 trained teachers in the area to bring the Bioeyes program to the students. Riverside is fortunate that all of the sixth grade science teachers have been trained through the program. 

Airport work cost less than expected

November 10, 2010

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Board of Aviation was pleased to hear that the cracks in the airport runway have been sealed.
The board, which met Thursday night, has been under pressure to compete the project before weather conditions prevented work. The project was previously awarded to Phend & Brown after F.E. Harding Company withdrew its quote. The board then held a special meeting to award the bid to Phend & Brown for their quote of $44,790.58.
It was noted that the project actually came in around $2,000 less than quoted.

Reporting identity theft

November 10, 2010

Part 3 of 3

PLYMOUTH — Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes today.
People are exposed to identity theft almost daily and are often unaware of their risk. Even in Marshall County, false IDs and stolen Social Security numbers are bought and sold.
Sometimes even with preventative measures in place, a person can still become a victim, and may not discover it until much damage has been done. If someone discovers that you are a victim, what should you do?

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