Archive - 2013
David A. Zumbaugh
March 2, 1949 â Feb. 19, 2013
BREMEN â Lifetime Marshall County resident, David A. Zumbaugh, 63, of Bremen, passed away at his home Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 19, 2013.
Born David Allen Zumbaugh on March 2, 1949 in Plymouth, he was the son of Marvin Dale and LaEuna C. (Lemert) Zumbaugh. His father would precede him in death Feb. 24, 1997. LaEuna, his mother, resides in Plymouth.
He graduated in 1967 from John Glenn High School. In May of 1968 he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served two years of active duty with a year being stationed in Germany.
R. âDougâ Hollan
Feb. 20, 2013
TALMA âÂ R. âDougâ Hollan, age 61, of Talma (Rochester), passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 at 10:51 p.m. in Woodlawn Hospital of Rochester.
Doug was born the son of Edward Hollan Jr. and Elvira Large Hollan on May 27, 1951 at Dayton, Ohio. He was a resident of Talma since 1978. He was a hard worker working at trailer factories and Tippecanoe Foundry. Other interests include his workmanship with old cars and hot rod building. He was a member of the Rebel Rouserâs Car Club and was a people person who never met a stranger.
Sherry L. Arbuckle
June 4, 1961-Feb. 16, 2013
BRADENTON, Fla. â Sherry L. Arbuckle, age 51, of Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Culver, passed away Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013. Sherry was born in Knox on June 4, 1961. She married Jimmie Arbuckle in March 1978. She was an employee at Walker of Culver for several years. Sherry enjoyed helping animals and gardening.
She is preceded in death by her husband Jimmie Arbuckle, her father Jessie G. Bradley, and brother-in-law John Strykul.
She is survived by her two sons Joseph and Brandon Arbuckle of Bradenton, Fla.
Kenneth A. Ross
Feb. 20, 2013
HAMLET â Kenneth A. Ross, 49, died Feb. 20, 2013 in IU Health LaPorte Hospital, LaPorte.
Survivors include his wife, Tammy; three daughters, Cassie (David) Faverty and Shannon (Jiles Scott) Ross, all of Hamlet and Ashley (Travis) Keen of Knox; four grandchildren; his father, Kenneth (Doris) Ross of Hamlet; four sisters, Kathy Loftus of Hamlet, Tina Napierkowski of Plymouth, Kim Ross of Knox and Eva Ross of Knox; one stepbrother, Douglas Dickson of Knox and one stepsister, Jodi Dickson of Knox.
Marshall County â Shortly after 8:30 a.m. this morning, state police officers and rescue personnel from Marshall County responded to an accident on US 31 and 4A Road that claimed the life of a Plymouth woman. Police and rescue personnel arrived on the scene to find a 1999 Ford Escort in the ditch west of US 31 and a 2011 Jeep Laredo in the center median.
PLYMOUTH â Miss out on your prom? Or was it a night to forget?
Maybe you had so much fun youâd want to do it again.
Either way the Plymouth Eagles is offering its â2nd Chance Promâ March 2.
The event will take place at the Eagles, 404 W. Laporte St., Plymouth.
This is the second such prom held by the Eagles.
Hollie Wenzel, Vice President of the Eagleâs Ladies Auxiliary, said last yearâs was a resounding success.
Proceeds from the event will go to Rupertâs Kids. The charity was started by âSurvivorâ contestant and former Indiana gubernatorial candidate Rupert Boneham.
INDIANAPOLIS - The filing of a WARN notice by Whitley Products may signal the ultimate end of the company but by doing so workers will have at least a little help.
The Federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) act was passed in 1988 and part of that law requires that companies that have 100 or more employees file a 60 day notice of any plant closing or mass layoff. The notice is given to employees and filed with the Indiana Department of Work Force Development.
PERU â The Plymouth High School gymnastics team wrapped up its season Thursday night at Peru in a four-way meet also featuring Marion and top 10-ranked Logansport.
Logan topped all three of the other teams by posting a 107.1, and Plymouth defeated Peru and Marion 100.5-79 and 100-86.5, respectively.
The Pilgrims were led by their state-ranked duo of sophomore Cassi Quissell and junior Nicky Davis.
Quissell placed third in every event except bars, where she captured a second behind the No. 7-ranked bars gymnast in the state, freshman Kelly Platt of Logansport.
PLYMOUTH â The Plymouth Athletic Department will be losing a Hall of Famer next month.
Assistant Athletic Director Mary Beth Hunter has been a part of Plymouth High School athletics since 1980. She was inducted into the Indiana High School Tennis Hall of Fame in 1995 as both a player and a coach.
PLYMOUTH â Plymouthâs boys basketball team received two first-team All Northern Lakes Conference selections and one honorable mention pick as the league announced its all-conference nominations Thursday.
Senior guard Joe Knapp and junior forward Mack Mercer were both named to the All-NLC first team, while senior guard David Lee was given all-conference honorable mention.
NorthWood juniors Jonathan Wilkinson and Zach Zurcher were both named to the All-NLC first team as well.