Archive - Sep 21, 2012
Betty M. ReissÂ
Dec. 1, 1936-Sept. 16, 2012
Charles âCharlieâ L. Anders
September 15, 2012
AKRON â Charles âCharlieâ L. Anders, 60, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 15, 2012.
A resident of the Akron area for the past 24 years, Charlie was a U. S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam Era and employed by JR Engineering for the past 22 years.
Survived by his wife of 33 years, Robin; daughter, Amy Wallis; sons, Bryan, Garrett and Cody; grandson, Zavier; granddaughters, Leah and Zoey; mother; Kathryn Anders; sister, Linda Wilhelm; along with other relatives and friends.
September 14, 2012
LEITERS FORD â Randy Hawk, 54, died Friday, September 14 at Woodlawn Hospital, Rochester. Survivors include wife Janice, sons Joe Jimenez, Rochester, Kevin Jimenez and wife Jordan Jimenez, Peru, Brian Jimenez and wife Shawna Jimenez, Zionsville, two grandsons, one sister, and two nephews.
E. Faye RodgersÂ
Oct. 16, 1944-Sept. 14, 2012
KNOX â E. Faye Rodgers, 67, passed away in her home Friday, September 14, 2012.Â Faye was born October 16, 1944 in Knox, IN to Wise and Nancy (Howard) Conley and lived in the area all of her life.Â She was a retired administrative assistant.
Â Survivors include: one son, Bart (Patti) Rodgers of Knox; two step-grandchildren, Donnie (Brooke) Roberts of Grovertown and Jami (Marvin) McDaniel of Knox; five step-great-grandchildren and one brother, Howard Conley of LaPorte.Â She was preceded in death by her parents and one son, Brett.
Plymouthâs girls golf team is taking a relaxed approach to the East Noble Regional this weekend.
After advancing out of the Warsaw Sectional with a third-place finish last Saturday, the Lady Pilgrims are looking at whatever they can do this weekend is icing on the cake.
GOSHEN â Plymouthâs boys tennis team went 4-1 a second straight night at the Northern Lakes Conference Tournament to stay in the hunt for the tourney championship headed into Saturdayâs final round of play at Concord.
The Pilgrims advanced to championship matches at three positions as Gabe Vervynckt won at 1 singles, John Hunter won his semifinal at 3 singles, and Kameron Eisehour and Ryan Johnson earned a semifinal win at 2 doubles.
NSC Tourney begins
Jimtown went 5-0, while conference co-leaders Bremen and Triton both opened 3-0 in the first round of Northern State Conference Tennis Tournament play at DeSantis Courts in Bremen Thursday.
Jeff Ross won at 1 singles, Jared Fisher won at 3 singles, and Darren Harrell and Jake Oldham won at 2 doubles for the Trojans, all in straight sets.
Brad Foster was a winner at 1 singles, Jalen Bayer won at 2 singles, and Nate Strehler and Joe Zeltwanger won at 1 doubles for the Lions.
WALKERTON - Thereâs a crisp bite in the air and that means the onset of fall in the area and with that John Glenn High Schoolâs Falloween Festival.
âOne of our objectives is to raise money for scholarships,â said William Morton, Principal at Glenn High School. âIt also allows many of our school organizations to raise money for their activities. Those organizations also donate a portion of what they make to the scholarship fund. I think in the past two years weâve been able to give away around $50,000 in scholarships.â
There is also another purpose to the celebration.
An Argos man who was jailed Monday and accused of having more than 80 âone potâ meth labs was released the same night due to what the Marshall County Prosecutorâs office called a miscommunication on paperwork.
Robert Swan Bowen, 32, of 116 Broadway St., Argos, was arrested along with David William Boone Cottrell, 24, Muckshaw Road, Plymouth Monday night.
Bowen was charged with dealing/delivering/manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia.
However, because the paperwork wasnât in order, no bond was set and Bowen was allowed to leave.