August 29th, 2011
The Marshall County Coronerâ€™s Office investigated a fatal truck accident Friday on U.S. 31 south of Argos, where 61-year-old Jerome D. Seward of South Bend was pronounced dead.
CRAWFORDSVILLE â€” When J.D. Taylor passed away the day before the first annual J.D. Taylor Benefit Golf Scramble, his family had a choice to make: cancel the event or carry on with it in his memory.
Luckily for the Grindle family, Taylorâ€™s family chose the latter.
The Third Annual J.D. Taylor Golf Scramble will take place Saturday, Sept. 17 at Rocky Ridge Golf Club in Crawfordsville, and all proceeds from the event will benefit eight-month old Landon Grindle, the son of 1999 Plymouth High School graduate and former Argos High School Boys Basketball coach Joel Grindle and his wife.
BREMEN â€” Itâ€™s been an exciting start to the 2011 football season for the Bremen Lions.
After breaking a 23-year drought against Plymouth in Week 1, they went on to earn a program-first win at Tippecanoe Valley Friday. Now, Bremenâ€™s Sept. 9 game with Triton has been chosen as the second game on the Indianapolis Coltsâ€™ Friday Night Football Tour.
DAEGU, South Korea â€” Morgan Uceny needed only to advance from her qualifying heat at the IAAF World Track & Field Championships.
So she did.
Uceny, a 2003 Plymouth High School graduate, ran conservatively and settled for a third-place finish in the third of three preliminary races as she began her quest to win a gold medal in the womenâ€™s 1500-meter run Saturday night.
Now, itâ€™s on to the semifinals, scheduled at 7:35 a.m. (EDT) Tuesday at Daegu Stadium in Daegu, South Korea.
ARGOS â€” Munster outlasted Argos 3-1 in the championship game of the Argos Invitational Saturday.
Melissa Strohl gave the Lady Mustangs a lead midway through the first period, but Sammie Hopkins answered with a blast from 35 yards out just minutes later. Argos, with an enrollment of 215 students, had the first half edge over Munster, which boasts an enrollment of 1616: Strohlâ€™s goal was the Mustangsâ€™ only shot on goal of the opening frame, with the Dragons getting four.
The second half saw the reverse, however, as Munster put seven shots on goal to one by Argos.
Plymouth places 4th at home tourney
The Plymouth volleyball team went 2-2 at its home Powerball Tournament to finish fourth place out of a talented field of eight teams, while Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Class 2A, No. 1-rated Muncie Burris beat Penn 25-21, 25-19 for the tourney title Saturday.
Dennis L. Smith
Aug. 24, 2011
GROVERTOWN â€”Â Dennis L. Smith, 56, died Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011 in his home.
Survivors include his father, Harold Smith of Grovertown; and one sister, Diana Stacy of Knox.Â
Funeral services were Monday at 11 a.m. CDT at Rannells Funeral Home, Hamlet Chapel. Burial will be at the Oak Grove Cemetery, LaCrosse. Visitation was Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Monday after 10 a.m. until the time of services. To leave online condolences go to rannellsfuneralhome.com.
Gloria D. Kotal
Sept. 5, 1934 - Aug. 25, 2011
Those who sow in tears will reap with songs of joy. Psalm 126:5
NORTH LIBERTY â€” Gloria Deane Kotal, 76, of North Liberty passed away at 3:55 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, 2011 in Millerâ€™s Merry Manor, New Carlisle after a long illness. She was born Sept. 5, 1934 in Gary to Joseph J. and Rose E. (Carrico) Valovich.
Nov. 24, 1922-Aug. 24, 2011
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Rosemary Kaufman, 88, a River Park resident in Plymouth, passed away at 9:10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011 at her home in the care of her family and the Center for Hospice Care. She resided in the Plymouth area her entire life.
Rosemary was born in LaPaz Nov. 24, 1922. She was the daughter of Harley and Pearl Sarber.
Oct. 12, 1941, in LaPaz, Rosemary and Dale Kaufman were married. They lived in the Plymouth area their entire lives.
Rosemary was a dedicated housewife and mother and helped with the Standard Oil business.
Cecil Richard â€śDickâ€ť Hayden
December 29, 1926 - August 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH â€” Cecil Richard â€śDickâ€ť Hayden, 84, a resident of Plymouth since August, 1967, died after a brief battle with cancer on Friday, Aug. 19, 2011, at 3:10 p.m. in Pilgrim Manor, Plymouth.
Known as both C.R. and Dick, he was born in Lowell, Indiana on December 29, 1926, the son of Fred V. and Marian J. (Nelson) Hayden.