Archive - Sep 23, 2010
Helen I. DeForest
Sept. 21, 2010
Â WALKERTON â€” Helen Irene DeForest, 80, died Tuesday, Sept. 21, at Memorial Hospital, South Bend.
Survivors include two brothers, Russell (Stella) Frazier of South Bend and Daniel (Phyllis) Frazier of Walkerton and 11 nieces and eleven nephews.
A memorial service will be Saturday at 11 a.m. (EST) at Rannells Funeral Home, Koontz Lake Chapel, where friends may visit with the family 10 a.m. EST until the time of services. To leave online condolences go to: rannellsfuneralhome.com.
Frances L. Hesch
Sept. 21, 2010
Irene B. Listenberger
July 25, 1931 â€“ Sept. 21, 2010
Hibbard â€“ Irene B. Listenberger, 79, of Hibbard, passed away at 4:48 a.m. Sept 21, 2010 at Our Lady of Peace Hospital in Mishawaka.
Irene was born July 25, 1931 near Hibbard.Â She was one of six children born to Floyd and Lavina (Rosebaum) Triplet. She attended school in Hibbard.Â
Irene then fell in love and married Ward â€śBudâ€ť Listenberger on Jan 31, 1948 in Hibbard.Â Together they raised four children. Ward preceded her in death in November 1989.
aWilliam â€śBillâ€ť N. Martin
Feb. 2, 1939 â€” Sept. 19, 2010
GRANGER â€” William â€śBillâ€ť N. Martin, 71, of Granger, passed away at 1:41 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010 in Memorial Hospital, South Bend.
He was born Feb. 2, 1939 in Indianapolis, to William H. and Florence E. (Day) Martin. On June 7, 1970 in Vietnam, he married Kim (Hoang Thi Kim) Martin, who survives.
He is also survived by daughter, Audrey (John) Cavinder of Plymouth; four grandchildren, Justin, Jessica, Veronica and Stephanie; and brother, Ken Martin of Quincy, Ind.
BREMEN â€” â€śThey help protect our freedom. They deserve everything we give them,â€ť said Audrey Reed, a member of the Bremen Ladies Auxiliary, host of a benefit dinner to raise funds for local Operation Quiet Comfort campaign.
The event is slated Saturday, Sept. 25, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Bremen VFW and American Legion Post, 1750 W. Plymouth St., Bremen.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Life Enrichment Center will host a very unique art exhibit by local artist Wayne W. Hostetler from Sept. 28 to Oct. 8.
The exhibit will also be open on Saturdays for the public to view with the artist present. Hostetler will also be present during afternoons during the show at the Center at 1305 W. Harrison in Plymouth.
The show is unique in many ways. Its centerpiece will be a life- sized alligator. It will feature three different mediums â€“ sculpture, water colors and photography â€“ and none of the pieces are for sale.
PLYMOUTH â€” A lot of troops overseas will have a smile on their faces thanks to the help of the Plymouth Phi Delts and the Patriot Guard.
Patriot Day activities by the Plymouth club including a procession and memorial at Oak Hill Cemetery and a post procession gathering raised $1,600 for the Patriot Guard that sends care packages overseas for servicemen as well as funding several programs for the families of those serving overseas.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â If you blinked you probably missed a good chunk of Plymouthâ€™s volleyball match against visiting Bremen Wednesday.
Boosted by a lightning-fast start, the Pilgrims needed just 53 minutes to dispatch Bremen 25-4, 25-12, 25-18 in an intra-county squabble at The Rock.
Plymouth packed a powerful punch at the net and blanketed its half of the court while breezing through the first two games.
KENDALLVILLE â€” Jack Kinney knows his teamâ€™s odds at the East Noble regional are a long shot.
With the kinds of teams populating the field at Cobblestone Saturday â€”Â including Indiana High School Golf Coaches Association top 20-rated East Noble and DeKalb as well as undefeated Northern Lakes Conference and Warsaw Sectional champ Wawasee â€” grabbing one of the top three team standings to qualify for the state meet is going to be an uphill climb. So the Lady Pilgrims arenâ€™t sweating it. Theyâ€™re keeping things breezy and come tourney time, theyâ€™ll see if they can shake things up.
LAKEVILLE â€” As the second half of the season gets under way Friday, area teams are looking to pick up some steam heading into postseason play.
The Bremen Lions (3-4, 1-2 NSC) have taken some lumps this season, including last Fridayâ€™s disappointing 23-20 Homecoming loss to Northern State Conference foe Culver. Thatâ€™s left them on the wrong side of .500, and theyâ€™re hoping to get back to winning form at LaVille this week.
â€śWe honestly feel weâ€™re probably six or seven plays away from being 4-1, and thatâ€™s a tough spot to be at 2-3,â€ť said Bremen head coach Bob Holmes.