Archive - Jun 2012
Dennis Vaughn Hostetler
Jan. 2, 1958-June 19, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Dennis Vaughn Hostetler, 54, a Madison Street resident in Plymouth for the past 23 years, passed away at his residence unexpectedly of natural causes Tuesday, June 19, 2012.
Dennis is the son of Plymouth residents, Neal R. and Roberta E. (Keiser) Hostetler Sr. and was born there Jan. 2, 1958.
He was a graduate of LaVille High School with the class of 1976. He immediately entered the Army National Guard and proudly served his country for the next 16 years.
Loma L. Snyder
June 20, 2012
BREMEN â€”Â Loma L. Snyder, 91, of Bremen, died Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at Bremen Health Care Center.
She is survived by two daughters, Cindy (Rick) Young of Bremen and Natalie (John) Smith of Syracuse; eight grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and four sisters, Charlotte Edel of Bremen, Vivian (Lester) Walker of South Bend, Mary Aker of Plymouth, and Marcia (Don) Corl of Syracuse.
A funeral service will be held at Mishler Funeral Home, Bremen Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow in the Bremen Cemetery.
Gary L. Paxton
June 18, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€” Gary L. Paxton, 60, of Plymouth, died at his home, at 10:45 p.m. Monday, June 18, 2012.
He is survived by his wife, Marla; his parents, Edward L. Paxton of Rochester, and Gisele J. Morris of Plymouth; daughters, Tracy L. Froehlich of Plymouth, Robin (David) Underwood of Antioch, Tenn.; son, Jamie E. (Angela) Paxton of Plymouth; six grandchildren; three sisters, Judy, Tonya and Lisa; and two brothers, Charles and Dale.
No public services are planned. The Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home, Plymouth is assisting in arrangements.
Mary Connie Smith
Patricia R. Mellin
June 11, 1928-June 18, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€” Patricia R. (Penick) Mellin, 84, passed away peacefully Monday, June 18 at Elkhart General Hospital.Â
PLYMOUTH â€” A simple promise made to a friend has grown into an opportunity for many as the legacy of Craig Woolfington lives on in his hometown.
Several years ago Woolfington died suddenly and tragically of cancer. Mark Lindsey made a promise to his friend that he would be sure that Woolfingtonâ€™s daughter Kate would attend college. Along with another close friend of Woolfingtonâ€™s, Tony Plothow, the pair have done their best the past few years to raise money for that cause.
Theyâ€™ve done so well that they have expanded their friendâ€™s legacy to help many other people.
CHESTERTON â€” It took awhile but Plymouth Post 27 finally hit its way out of a slump and found a way to take a come-from-behind win away from Valparaiso Post 94.
The Diamond Spiders scored seven runs in the top of the ninth and held on for a 10-7 win at Chesterton High School Wednesday night.
First-year addition to the coaching staff Will Shepard was happy with the teamâ€™s performance in the later innings.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Plymouth police were called to the area of Family Express Monday around 9:30 p.m. by a woman who reported that she had been propositioned by a nude man while she was pumping gas.
John Allyn caught this 20 1/2 inch largemouth from Gilbert Lake. Submit your â€śBig Catchâ€ť photos throughout June and July; photo contest winners will be notified Aug. 1. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com; or drop off your photos at 214 N. Michigan St., Plymouth; or mail to P.O. Box 220, Plymouth, IN 46563.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Fire Department has issued two conditional offers of employment, as announced in the city council meeting Monday.
These offers will stand provided all application and testing requirements are met. The two conditional new employees are Zach Marquardt and Nick Allen.
Also, the City Engineer presented three requests from United Telephone to install communication infrastructure on Harrison Street, Jim Neu Drive, and Pioneer Drive for LifePlex. The requests were approved by the board.
PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County residents will have a chance to make their opinion known on the Commissioners proposed ordinance to allow golf carts on county roads.
The measure was brought before the Commissioners in early June. At that time the ordinance allowed golf cart traffic only on roads with reduced speed limits or in neighborhoods surrounding area lakes and golf courses.