Archive - Jun 19, 2012
Terry J. RosanderÂ
Oct. 7, 1960-June 17, 2012
SOUTH BEND â€”Â Terry Jay Rosander, 51, of South Bend, formerly of Grovertown, born Oct. 7, 1960 to Kathleen and Delbert Rosander, died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by his sisters and brother after a long struggle with the residual effects of a traumatic brain injury sustained in 1991.
Robert W. Mallory
Aug. 20, 1924-June 13, 2012
James Michael Cherrone Jr.
June 16, 2012
BREMEN â€”Â James Michael Cherrone Jr., 23, of Bremen, died Saturday, June 16, 2012 at South Bend Memorial Hospital.
He is survived by his parents, James Michael Cherrone Sr. and Melody Cherrone of Bremen; two brothers, Joshuah James Cherrone and Nicholas (Courtney) Cherrone; and a sister, Windie Ellen Cherrone.
A funeral service will be held Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 10 a.m. at Horizon Ministries in Bremen.
Visitation is at the church Wednesday, June 20, 2012 from 4 to 8 p.m.
PLYMOUTH â€” For years Marshall County has taken advantage of a state program that allows the county to receive a 50 percent match for Emergency Management Agency Director Clyde Averyâ€™s salary.
As long as the county met a certain point total on the stateâ€™s preparedness guidelines and Avery has continued to meet the standards set for his profession by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) â€” which the county and Avery have exceeded â€” then the state would pay half of Averyâ€™s salary.
BREMEN â€” Variety was the spice of everyoneâ€™s life Saturday night as the LifePlex Dance Academy presented its annual recital â€śDancing through the Decades.â€ť
Held in the Bowen auditorium at Bremen High School, the program involved child, youth, and adult dancers as well as professional dance teachers, highlighting the wide variety of dance instruction offered by the school.
FORT WAYNE â€” Plymouth Post 27 played its sixth game in five days, and some fatigue may have shown in its 9-5 loss to the Ohio River Bandits in Fort Wayneâ€™s Parkview Stadium Monday.
Plymouth jumped out to an early lead in the first.
Brock Anson led off the game with a walk. James Hackworth sacrificed him to second, and Brody Andrews doubled down the left field line to score Anson. Brody scored a moment later when brother Tanner singled to put the Diamond Spyders up 2-0.