Archive - Aug 2011
Christine ‚ÄėTina‚Äô Allen
Dec. 16, 1966-Aug. 20, 2011
DELONG ‚ÄĒ¬†Christine ‚ÄėTina‚Äô Allen went home to be with her Lord Aug. 20. She was born Christine Carol Clingler Dec. 16, 1966 and brought home from the hospital in a Christmas stocking symbolizing the wonderful gift she was to her family, friends, and all who knew her.
Phillip James Lindenman
Feb. 8, 1948-Aug. 21, 2011
GOSHEN ‚ÄĒ¬†Phillip James Lindenman died Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011 at IU Health Goshen Hospital at the age of 63.
He was born Feb. 8, 1948. He led an active life as a farmer, agriculture consultant, agriculture educator, FFA advisor and 4-H leader. He had taught agricultural sciences at Argos High School four years then worked for Farm Bureau and developed an agriculture consulting business. He later returned to teaching agriculture-related classes at NorthWood High School for 15 years.
Sandra Kay Wardle
Aug. 19, 2011
SELLERSVILLE, Pa. ‚ÄĒ¬†Sandra Kay ‚ÄėSandi‚Äô Wardle, 67, of Sellersville, Pa. died Friday, Aug. 19, 2011 in Grand View Hospital, West Rockhill Twp.
She is survived by her husband, Robert B. Wardle; daughters, Terri Lea (Clint) Fairchild of Monticello, Ky. and Paula Jo (Michael) Garybush of Audubon, Pa.; son, Robert P. Wardle of Plainwell, Mich.; one granddaughter; brother, Larry (Janice) Fisher of Plymouth; and sisters, Sheryl (John) Milner of New Carlisle and Linda (David) Nolte of Dickson, Tenn.
Christine ‚ÄėTina‚Äô Allen
Aug. 20, 2011
DELONG ‚ÄĒ¬†Christine ‚ÄúTina‚ÄĚ Allen, 44, of Delong died Aug. 20, 2011. ¬†
She is survived by her husband, Alan Allen at home; daughter, Autumn (Nathan) Adams of Houston, Texas; son, Austin Allen at home; mother, Joann Clingler of Tippecanoe; brothers, William (Michelle) Clingler of Culver, Gary (Synthia) Clingler of Rochester; and father-in-law, Rev. G Floyd Allen of Delong.¬†
Delores M. Yelton
July 31, 1934-Aug. 20, 2011
WALKERTON ‚ÄĒ¬†Delores M. Yelton, 77, of Walkerton and formerly of Union Mills, passed away peacefully at 6:37 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011 at IU Health LaPorte Hospital.
She was born July 31, 1934 in Walkerton to Joseph F. and Eva I. (Pearish) Cripe.
Feb. 13, 1954 in LaPorte, she married Paul E. Yelton, who survives.
Rev. Ned A. Meckstroth
Oct. 9, 1931-Aug. 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ¬†Rev. Ned A. Meckstroth, 79, passed away at his residence Friday evening of natural causes. A resident of Plymouth since 1969, Ned and his wife Jo Ann have resided at the Miller‚Äôs Assisted Living since 2006.
He was born the son of Rev. Arnold W. and Martha (Katterhenry) Meckstroth Oct. 9, 1931 in Apple Creek, Ohio.
Ned graduated from Collinwood High School in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio. He then graduated from Eden Theological Seminary in Webster Grove, Mo. and was ordained in 1959.
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ Fans will help the Rockies rock on at the team‚Äôs home opener Friday night.
The Plymouth Alumni Association will host WTCA‚Äôs pre and post game shows under the tent at ‚ÄėThe Rock‚Äô Friday with a little help from special musical guest The Charles Dalton Band. The party starts at 5:15 p.m. before Plymouth takes on Rochester in their first home football game of the new season.
LAKEVILLE ‚ÄĒ While LaVille may not have started off quite as fast as it would‚Äôve liked, once the Lancers got rolling, they dominated.
A veteran Lancers squad opened its Northern State Conference schedule with a win Monday as it handed visiting Culver a 9-3 defeat at Newton Park.
Consistent Bremen beats NSC foe LaVille
Laura Davis and Kailyn Weiss turned in dual 51s to lead Bremen, and the Lady Lions handed LaVille a 208-273 loss in a Northern State Conference girls golf match-up on the front nine of the Lady Lions‚Äô home course at Sprig O‚ÄôMint Monday.
Kayleigh Daily shot a 52 to finish close behind Davis and Weiss, while Kaylin Worthington carded a 54 as Bremen‚Äôs top four golfers all finished within three strokes of one another. The Lions moved to 4-1 in dual meets this season.
Donations are still needed to fund the metal plaque to attach to the boulder for the Chief Nas-wau-kee historical marker at Lake Maxinkuckee. The dedication will be September 16 at 5 p.m. The boulder was placed and landscaped by Boy Scout Bryan McKinney for his Eagle award.
The plaque will be 20x24 inches and cost $750. To donate to help pay for the Nas-wau-kee plaque, please send check to Potawatomi Trail of Death Assn., Fulton Co. Hist. Soc, 37 E 375 N, Rochester IN 46975. FCHS is a not-for-profit 501( c ) 3 corporation so donations are tax deductible.