Eric M. Kime
Oct. 2, 1941 â Nov. 30, 2011
SOUTH BEND âÂ Eric M. Kime, 70, of South Bend, passed away at 10:22 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 at Indiana University Hospital in Indianapolis, after battling an illness there for eight weeks.
Along with his parents, his first wife, Constance (Connie) Stocker preceded him in death.
He was born Oct. 2, 1941 to the late Donald C. and Katherine (McGowan) Kime in Evansville, graduated from high school in Plymouth in 1959, graduated from South Bend College of Commerce in 1962 and has lived in the South Bend area for 50 years.
June 25, 1929-Dec. 2, 2011
PLYMOUTH â Ronald âMouse,â Spoor, 82, passed away at 6:06 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2, 2011, in the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.
A lifetime resident of Plymouth, Ron was born in Plymouth June 25, 1929, the son of Vern and Carrie Bradford Spoor.
He attended Plymouth schools and was a proud member of the United States Marine Corps.
Aug. 11, 1985, in Plymouth, he and Sharon Parkus Hurford were married.
A talented construction worker he worked for C.L. Morris, Dick Day Construction and Zartman Construction.
Joseph H. Summerlin
Jan. 23, 1916 â Oct. 27, 2011
SUN CITY WEST, Ariz. â Former Plymouth resident, Joseph H. âJoeâ Summerlin, 95, of Sun City West, Ariz., passed away peacefully Oct. 27, 2011.
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PLYMOUTH â The annual Shop With a Cop auction heard on WTCA am1050 radio Friday netted some $15,000. The proceeds will be used to take local needy children shopping on Dec. 10.
This marked the fourth year that the station has provided air time for the auction. The first year started almost by accident when FOP Lodge #195 was given three items to use for raising funds. That year, the auction raised $600. From that generous donation the idea was born and by the next year the community had donated items that brought in $10,000.
PLYMOUTH â What is more dangerous, a storm âwatchâ or a âwarning?â
These two terms, along with âadvisory,â were recently redefined on a statewide level in response to last winterâs heavy snowfall. Marshall County Emergency Management Agency director Clyde Avery visited the county commissioners meeting to present the redefined categories. The traffic alert definitions are being adjusted partly so that all counties in the state agree on how they are determined.
Plymouth assistant boys basketball coach Geoff Scheetz talks with players Ryan McNeil, David Lee, Kyser McCrammer and Mack Mercer during a break in the action of the team's opener at Triton.
ARGOS â Argos girls soccer has been honored again as the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) released the All-State awards for the 2011 soccer season.
The ICGSA and the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association (ISCA) separately select All-State teams. The academic awards are based on transcripts submitted by schools, and the athletic awards are the result of a vote taken at the All-State Meeting the day of the finals of the IHSAA tournament.
Menâs college football
Wabash run ends with top-seeded Mount Union
Wabashâs NCAA Division III tournament run ended Saturday with a tough 20-8 loss to top-seeded 10-time national champion Mount Union. The Little Giants close out an outstanding season at 12-1.
After more than a quarter Century documenting the beauty of Culverâs landmark structures and scenery, Esther and Ward Miller, proprietors of Painter and Poet Gallery at 307 N. Main Street near downtown Culver, are setting sail for other shores - more specifically into a Condo at Robin Hood affiliated with with Grace Village Retirement Community. â We love Culver dearly, and are very sad to leave,â says Esther, â but at 82, with all of our children scattered, we think this is a wise decision for us.â