Archive - Jul 2011
PLYMOUTH â It was deja vu all over again as the big inning made all the difference in each of Plymouthâs losses at its home regional Saturday.
At the end of a back-and-forth battle between Post 27 and South Bend Post 50 in an extra-inning contest at Bill Nixon Field Saturday morning, South Bend tied it up in the bottom of the ninth on a two-out, two-strike RBI single by Alex Kohler and took the lead for good with a seven-inning 10th frame to trump Plymouth 18-13.
When you hear the name Mozart, you might associate it with words such as âchild prodigy,â âclassical music,â or âtalented composer.â
But for 21 Culver Academies students, the name Mozart will yield the sights and sounds of Salzburg, Austria â home of the Mozart International Choral Festival. On June 28, the students and five adults departed the United States en route to Salzburg, Austria, where they were invited to sing in the second annual Mozart International Choral Festival.
PLYMOUTH âÂ One down, two to go.
James Hackworth pitched a three-hit gem, and Plymouthâs modified lineup produced 14 hits as Post 27 dimed Highland Post 180 12-1 in an abbreviated seven-inning contest in the first round of American Legion Baseball Regional action Friday night at Bill Nixon Field.
Plymouth will take on South Bend Post 50 â which topped Bristol Post 143 11-1 in eight innings in the regional opener Friday â at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Another HooÂsier literary legÂend associated with Lake MaxÂinkuckee will be celebrated Saturday, July 30, starting at 11 a.m., when James WhitÂcomb Riley (or, to be exact, perÂformer Henry Ryder paying tribute to Riley in dress, style, and speech) visÂits the area.
Albert âAlâ L. Odiorne
July 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH âÂ Albert âAlâ L. Odiorne, 87, of Plymouth died July 19, 2011 at 8:20 a.m. in his residence.
Survivors include his wife, Blanche; sons, Tom (Alom) Odiorne of Atlanta, Steve (Cindy) Odiorne of Plymouth; daughter, Marcia (Tim) Barts of Bremen; five grandchildren and several great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Isabel Kitson and Gertie (Dutch) Schaal.
Memorial contributions may be given to the family.
The Mishler Funeral Home in Bremen is assisting the family with arrangements.
Russell (Pete) M. Porcher
July 20, 2011
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. âÂ Russell (Pete) M. Porcher, 95, of Sevierville, Tenn. passed away Wednesday, July 20, 2011. Mr. Porcher was a sheet metal worker and union member for more than 50 years and his hobbies included fishing and intricate woodworking.Â
He was preceded in death by his wife, Norma Warner Porcher; parents, Harry and Laura Porcher; grandson, Scott W. Plummer; and brothers, Howard and Clarence Porcher.
He is survived by a daughter, Kay Williams; niece, Eleanor Heckaman; and nephew, Charles Porcher.
Charles Edward Morgan
July 18, 2011
ROCHESTER â Charles Edward Morgan, 98, of 5578 N. 100 W, Rochester, died at 10:45 p.m., Monday, July 18, 2011 at Life Care Center of Rochester.
He is survived by three daughters, Sonja (Phillip) Mow of Middletown, Del., Pat (Gary) Huppert of Rochester, and Lori (Bobby) Schoen of Rochester; daughter-in-law, Joyce Morgan of Nashville, Tenn; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Robert K. Casad
July 16, 2011
LAKEVILLE âÂ Robert K. Casad, 78, of Bonifay, Fla., formerly of Lakeville died July 16, 2011.
He is survived by his children, Debra Ferguson, Danny Casad and Douglas Casad, all of Lakeville; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sisters, Dolores Clady and Esther Casad and brother, Harry Casad Jr., all of Lakeville.
Private burial will take place at Southlawn Cemetery, South Bend. Palmer Funeral Home-Lakeville is handling the arrangements.
Online condolences may be sent to www.palmerfuneralhomes.com.
Robert William Ott
July 14, 2011
Aug. 6, 1928-July 17, 2011
PLYMOUTH â Ray W. Miller, 82, of 17372 Lincoln Highway, Plymouth, passed away at 10:10 p.m., Sunday, July 17, 2011, at the V.A. Hospital in Marion.
Lowell R. Greenlee
Feb. 26, 1925-July 17, 2011
PLYMOUTH â Longtime Plymouth businessman, Lowell R. Greenlee, 86, passed away Sunday morning, July 17, 2011 at 5:50 a.m. in the Bremen Health Care of natural causes. Lowell was an Olive Trail resident in Plymouth for the past 50 years.
He was born in Plymouth Feb. 26, 1925, the son of Robert E. and Rena M. (Lawrence) Greenlee.