Judith K Schneider, 78, of Florence, Indiana, passed away on Saturday, April 1, 2017.She was born February 14, 1939 in Rushville, IN, daughter of the late Frank and Aileen (Stamm) Cullison.She worked as an upholsterer for Hill Rom for over 9 years.Judy was a member of and employed by, Heritage Fellowship Assembly of God, Florence, KY. She was a member of the church for over 30 years. Bob and Judy were married over 37 years, and known to many as “Mr. and Kidd”. Judy was an avid reader. She loved to crochet and make crafts. Judy loved western movies. She especially loved her church and family.Surviving are husband, Robert Schneider of Florence, IN; children, Jeff Dennis of Avon, IN, Pam Graber of Elkhart, IN, Jeanie Kendall of Batavia, OH, Cindy Baker of Rio Grande, OH, Patti Louks of Greendale, IN.,David Schneider of Milan, IN; siblings, Susie Beaver of Jeffersonville, IN, Dick Cullison of Greenwood, IN; 11 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by parents and sons, Bobby, and Stevie Schneider.Graveside services will be held Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 2:00 pm in Greendale Cemetery, with Pastor Cleddie Keith officiating.Contributions may be made to the Heritage Fellowship Assembly of God. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.
Mary Ann Disch passed peacefully into the loving arms of the Lord on Friday, May 3, 2019 at the Springs in Richmond, Indiana. The bright blue eyes that always twinkled with love and just a touch of mischief, her ever present smile, and her sweet and kind disposition will be an everlasting blessing and legacy to those who have been lucky enough to have the privilege of knowing her.Born on March 7, 1929 to Elizabeth and Arthur Hemke in Weisburg, Indiana, twenty years later she married Herbert Riehle, who had 10 brothers and five sisters, all of whom grew up in a two bedroom log cabin which they referred to as the Homestead. She reveled in being welcomed into the huge family, and loved time spent on the original family farm in Sunman with her husband’s brother Vesty, and his wife Ruth.Herbert and Mary Ann loved camping all across the United States, breeding Dachshund dogs, playing euchre, and picking apples and making apple cider every fall. Mary Ann took the train to Cincinnati to become a licensed cosmetologist, adding yet another skill to her creative repertoire, which already included gardening, floral designing, painting and sewing. But the highlight of their marriage was adopting their two children, Tom and Janie. Boy Scout and Girl Scout activities were cheerfully added to their list of hobbies. Years later, she shared her bragging rights to anyone who listen about Tom achieving Eagle Scout and his dedication to his hobby, Living History, and Janie’s singing and career as a Master Chef.But heartbreak befell the family in 1971 when Herbert passed away of a heart attack. The Hemke family stepped up to help out, and Tom and Janie recall fond memories of being taken to ball games and sports and family activities, especially by Aunt Colletta and Uncle Cletus Weber and their 12 children. In the ensuing years, Mary Ann would return the favor by helping out in a caregiver role, helping to schedule appointments or rides as needed.A devoutly religious woman, Mary Ann kept the faith and never missed a Sunday at church. That’s when the miracle happened. As she walked up the aisle to Communion, Jack Disch, a widower with four children, saw her and “instantly fell in love” as he described it. He immediately asked her out to dinner. Suddenly, Tom and Janie found themselves waiting up for their mother to return from her date. Come to find out, they had been sitting in the driveway talking and laughing. Six months later in June, 1976, they walked down the same aisle together, this time as man and wife, with Jack’s children, Randy, Tommy, Bobby and Kathy in tow. And that’s when the real-life fairy-tale reality show started. They were often referred to as the Brady Bunch.The couple eventually built their dream home in Fairfield, where Mary Ann’s silk arrangements and art adorned the walls. They treasured the quiet moments spent enjoying ice cream in the gazebo every night, overlooking the fish pond that Jack had designed for her, surrounded by their beautiful landscaping. Christmas was always a treat, with an abundance of freshly decorated cookies and delicious food concocted by Mary Ann. The children and grandchildren opened with glee her matching expertly-stitched pajamas and handmade Santas. Or if anyone needed a haircut or perhaps a wedding dress, or showmanship clothes for horseback riding, Mary Ann was the go-to Grandma. Jack, with his no nonsense attitude, even became a curtain installer. With his quick wit and ready grin he was the go-to for everything else, hence the family dubbed him Jack of all trades. Sadly, Jack passed away in 2014 of Alzheimer’s, which would eventually take Mary Ann as well.During her time convalescing, Mary Ann won several coveted awards from Indiana University for her artistry with OMA (Opening Minds through Art).Mary Ann Disch will always be remembered for her everlasting grace, kindness and ability to infuse us with her incredible joy for life and love. Long live the beauty that she instilled in all of us.Mary Ann is survived by her children and their spouses: Tom and Cris Riehle, Janie and Dr. Robert Fleming, Bob and Teri Disch, Kathy and Dan Veit, Randy and Jeannine Disch; grandchildren and spouses Ryann Fleming, Benjamin and Casey Fleming, Emily and Kyle Oehler, Adam Riehle, Meghann and Lance Mayfield, Jarrod and Jamie Disch, Paula Reed, Kelly and Justin Jump, and great-grandchildren Maverick Fleming, River Meinsen, Remy Mayfield, Luke Mayfield, Tatum Disch, Cody Fannin, Hailie Jump and Porter Jump.She is preceeded in death by her parents, Elizabeth and Arthur Hemke, husbands Herbert Riehle and Jack Disch, brother Raymond Hemke and son Tommy Disch.Visitation is scheduled at St. Paul Church (All Saints Parish) on May 9, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial officiated by Father Jonathan Meyer. Pallbearers are Tom Riehle, Adam Reihle, Dr. Robert Fleming, Benjamin Fleming, Bob Disch and Dan Veit.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The Indian Premier League 2019 auction is just a couple of days away. The event, which will be held in Jaipur, will feature 346 players go under the hammer. There are a total of nine overseas players in the Rs 2 crore elite base price bracket. However, there are other international players who are priced at a lower rate and could become either wonderful bargain buys or rake in huge sums of money. With most Australian players unavailable for majority of the IPL due to World Cup commitments, players from New Zealand, West Indies, South Africa and this time, England can be expected to get huge money in the auction. Here are some of the foreign players to look out for in the 2019 IPL Auction.1.) Sam Curran – Base price of Rs 2 croreThe England hurt India with both bat and ball in the recently concluded Test series. His big-hitting lower down the order and his sensible bowling, combined with a wonderful game situation awareness, has made him a hot property in international cricket. With his availability confirmed for the full tournament, most franchises might go all out for his services.2.) Shimron Hetmyer – Base price of Rs 50 lakhsHis explosive batting in the series against India grabbed plenty of attention. His 106 and 94 in the first two ODIs displayed all the traits of Caribbean cricket, fearless, full of flair and dashing strokeplay. The youngster could be one of the biggest buys in this edition of the IPL.3.) Lockie Ferguson – Base price of Rs 1 croreHe has pace and was one of the most economical bowlers for Rising Pune Supergiant during the IPL 2017 campaign. Ferguson’s ability to extract pace and bounce on placid wickets is what gives him an advantage. In his recent international outing, he took 5/45 against Pakistan and many teams might be tempted to use him primarily as a strike bowler.4.) Jason Holder – Base price of Rs 75 lakhsThe West Indies skipper provides leadership and has been one of the key players for the side with both bat and ball. On current form, Holder will be a vital asset to the side in addition to his leadership skills.5.) Joe Denly – Base price of Rs 1 croreHe made a grand comeback to the international stage after a gap of eight years. On his comeback, he picked up 4/19 and chipped in with a useful 20 to win the match and also the Man of the Match award. Denly’s exploits in the Big Bash League and in the Pakistan Super League could make him a useful utility all-rounder in a franchise.
AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDeVito is ranked with three stars and as the 58th best pro-style quarterback in the 2017 class, according to 247Sports.com’s composite rankings. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound signal-caller also had offers from Bowling Green, Rutgers, Maryland and Boston College, among others. He is the third player from Don Bosco (New Jersey) Prep to choose the Orange in the past three years, joining sophomore safety Daivon Ellison and sophomore linebacker Kyle Kleinberg.The Orange’s current quarterback group includes sophomore Eric Dungey, junior Austin Wilson, junior Zack Mahoney and freshman Rex Culpepper.To track the rest of Syracuse’s 2017 recruiting class, click here. Comments Published on April 16, 2016 at 2:27 pm Contact Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org | @pschweds Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: Track the Class of 2017 Class of 2017 quarterback Tommy DeVito has verbally committed to Syracuse, he announced in a tweet Saturday afternoon.DeVito is SU’s third 2017 commitment and first since head coach Dino Babers was hired in December. He joins wide receiver Daewood Davis and linebacker Isaiah McDuffie. Facebook Twitter Google+
St Michaels v Peake Villa 6:30pm J LyonsCashel Town v Old Bridge 6:30pm P KeaneGalbally United v Clonmel Town 6:30pm J Maguire,Two Mile Borris v Tipperary Town 6:30pm J Teehan (North Tipperary) Premier Division LeagueLough Derg v Thurles Town 6.30pmNenagh Celtic v Cloughjordan 6.30pmBallymackey v B. T. Harps 6.30pm Both the TS&DL and NT&DL have decided to move their fixtures to avoid a clash with Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final between Tipperary and Mayo.These are the games due to be played:(South Tipperary) Clonmel Credit Union Premier League
Share Intralot accelerates Nederlandse Loterij retail transformation July 29, 2020 Submit Netherlands Remote Gambling Act submitted for EC review July 15, 2020 Share StumbleUpon SG ramps up digital expansion with Nederlandse Loterij deal August 24, 2020 Related Articles TOTO, the Netherlands monopoly licensed sportsbook and football pools operator has undertaken a spree of football partnerships, as the Dutch Eredivisie prepares for its October restart following the cancellation of season 2019/2020. Under lockdown, TOTO the sportsbook property of Dutch national lottery operator Nederlandse Loterij has secured nine Eredivisie partnerships – as the monopoly bookmaker becomes the official sleeve sponsor of Feyenoord, Sparta Rotterdam, Willem II, FC Utrecht, FC Groningen, ADO Den Haag, FC Twente and RKC Waalwijk. Nederlandse Loterij is reported to be in discussions with all Eredivisie clubs, seeking to promote TOTO as a league sponsor, helping Dutch football clubs and development programmes recover from pandemic circumstances.Dutch news sources report that Nederlandse Loterij will pay between €200,000-to-€300,000 for individual club sleeve sponsorships, offering financial relief for Eredivisie teams. Last April, the Dutch government ordered the Dutch FA (KNVB) to terminate the Eredivisie 2019/2020 league, enforcing that the Netherlands would hold no large-scale public events until September. Dutch government orders have led to the KNVB and Eredivisie agreeing on a provisional 09 October restart date – a month behind other major European football leagues (La Liga, Premier League and Bundesliga). Industry observers currently await for the European Commission’s response to the ‘Remote Gambling Act’ for final review on competition and fair market practices, as the Dutch government aims to launch its regulated online gambling marketplace on 1 July 2020.
The esports and gaming edition of RockTech Paris took place in Paris late last week, and welcomed 100 participants for the industry.In partnership with Orange & Reed Smith, RockTech Paris #Gaming & #Esport put seven startups specialised in video games and esports in the spotlight. They were each given three minutes to pitch their business in front of the audience and to a jury of potential partners and investors composed of Index Ventures, Orange, Riot Games, Trust Esport Ventures and Meltdown. The two winners of this edition were:Hypersuit (France): ‘Creating ultra-sensational VR Gaming technologies’Join (France): ‘First data marketing platform that helps advertisers to optimise their esports media campaigns’Hypersuit was selected as the best startup by the all-star jury, which included Matthieu Dallon, whereas Join was selected by the audience in a democratic voting process. These two beat off an impressive selection of start-ups which also included StriveWire, Gameblr, Yalla and Matecrate.Hypersuit is a prototype which gives users the experience of flying. It’s a fully immersive experience, and one which is understandably generating ample attention.Both the RockTech Paris winners will receive personalised mentoring from RockTech partners Orange and Reed Smith, as well as tickets for our own ESI Super Forum. This one day conference is focused on the convergence of traditional sports and esports, and will take place on March 22nd in London.Hypersuit specifically will also benefit from three months of incubation at Paris&CO, a new incubator dedicated to esports.This edition of RockTech Paris also saw a Q&A with PandaScore Founder Flavien Guillocheau and a sit-down with Team Vitality CEO Nicolas Maurer. Vitality recently secured a significant investment to the tune of €2.5m (£2.2m) and announced a deal with Renault at last week’s Esports BAR in Cannes. Amongst a host of other topics Maurer commented on their hiring policy and stated that they often ‘look to hire from outside esports’ for business oriented roles, and he also noted that he ‘really believes in mobile esports’. The team already has rosters in Arena of Valor and Clash Royale, but perhaps we should we expect a Vainglory team from the French organisation sometime soon?Maurer is amongst the speakers at next month’s ESI Super Forum in London, and attendees will hear more from him there where he’ll be joined by an excellent panel including Nikolaj Nyholm, CEO of RFRSH and Ben Woodward, Co-Founder of Code Red Agency. Esports Insider says: This was an excellent start-ups focused event with good content, and solid pitches across the board. The jury took their time in the decision making process and so congratulations to Hypersuit for coming out on top. Join clearly impressed the audience too, and sounds like a company well positioned to make some moves in 2018 as more and more brands launch esports campaigns.
Wednesday’s 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match between the Black Stars and the Syli National of Guinea will start at 4pm at the Tamale Stadium, the Ghana Football Association, (GFA) has declared.Joy Fm correspondent in Tamale, Ell Samuels says tickets for the big match will be on sale on Wednesday morning at the Stadium premises. Tickets for the VIP section will cost GHS10 while tickets for the popular stands and wings will all go for GHS5 only.The delegation of the Black Stars, which played 1-1 in the Morocco encounter in Casablanca, arrived in Accra Sunday Night aboard a chartered flight.The GFA is said to call on spectators coming for the crucial encounter to don the national colours of red, gold and green in order to endow the arena with glamour and inspire the Black Stars.This is the first match the Black Stars are playing in Tamale in a very long while and they are pleading with the people, residents of Tamale and environs and indeed football lovers from across the length and breadth of the country, to turn out in large numbers to cheer the Black Stars to victory.
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “I think we knew it was a possibility,” Zaidi said of not being able to move the 33-year-old Kemp. “We haven’t made any secret of the fact that that trade was primarily financially motivated. But a motivated Matt Kemp can help a lot of teams in baseball, including us. I think it’s our responsibility to keep our options open and let this play out and if he proves to be somebody who can help us on the field that’s what everybody wants.”The echo of a sales pitch can be heard in Zaidi’s statement.Some of Kemp’s former offensive skills still remain. He did hit 19 home runs in 115 games for the Braves last season. But he has also been plagued by leg injuries and was woefully out of shape at times with the Braves and San Diego Padres – the two are not unrelated – to the point that he ranked as one of the worst defensive outfielders in baseball last season. Zaidi’s efforts over the past month have no doubt been directed primarily at his counterparts in the American League where Kemp could have some utility as a DH.Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen is one of only seven players still with the team from Kemp’s last season in Los Angeles (2014) and the two have been in touch this winter, taking in a Lakers game together. Jansen said Kemp understands the team didn’t really acquire him because they had a role for him “but he can help us.”“I understand what the Dodgers are doing, trying to go under the luxury tax to try to reset. It’s totally understandable,” Jansen said Saturday. “To have Matt back — if it’s a situation where he gets to stay here — is exciting. We have confidence in what Andrew (Friedman) and Farhan are going to do. The front office is going to do what they can to put us in a great situation to hopefully win a championship multiple times. “To have Matt back is awesome. I’m looking forward to seeing him in spring training. But whatever happens, happens. That’s the position that the front office has to take. But I think he can help us tremendously. He’s in great shape. He lost a lot of weight. We all know what Matt Kemp can do.”What the Dodgers could do with Kemp – and they have tried – is package him with one or more prospects from their rich farm system, enticing another team to take him off their hands that way. Kemp’s decline and a winter market saturated with outfielders (some younger, many better) are making even that difficult for the Dodgers to do, possibly leaving them with a $21.75 million Franklin Gutierrez on their hands – an aging platoon outfielder with limited defensive ability.Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he has been in contact with Kemp as recently as a week ago, talking to him about this possibility.“Obviously he’s in a situation where he’s in flux as far as what the organization expects of him,” said Roberts, the Padres’ bench coach during the 2015 season (Kemp’s only full season in San Diego). “But my thing to him was … be open-minded. It’s a different clubhouse than when he left. There’s a lot of good players. He just assured me all he wants to do is to be on a winner. The opportunity to come back to Los Angeles is something he never dreamed could happen again. So he is thrilled.“As far as the stuff I can’t control, he can’t control – we just try to focus on what’s happening right now. Right now, he’s a Dodger and I’m excited to have him on the roster.”Indeed, it is “a different clubhouse” – in no small part because of Kemp’s subtraction from it.One of the first moves made by Friedman after taking over the Dodgers was to trade Kemp to San Diego, jettisoning one prominent piece of a toxic clubhouse atmosphere. That culture has been thoroughly made over in the three seasons since but Kemp’s reputation remains intact. His bad influence in the Braves’ clubhouse is believed to have been a motivating factor for the Braves behind last month’s deal.If Kemp somehow does don a Dodger uniform again, both Roberts and Zaidi insist that won’t be an issue.“No. I think our culture is very strong,” Zaidi said. “He has relationships here and there’s trust and history. So — we’re not worried about that.” LOS ANGELES – When the Dodgers made their biggest move of the offseason last month, they were essentially playing ‘hot potato’ with the Atlanta Braves, swapping bad contracts with the intention of keeping them moving.With pitchers and catchers set to report for spring training in just over two weeks, the Dodgers are still holding a $43.5 million spud.“He’s going to be one of our guys in camp,” Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi said Saturday of Matt Kemp, acquired from the Braves in exchange for Adrian Gonzalez, Brandon McCarthy and Scott Kazmir in mid-December. “We’ve got a little bit of an open competition in left field, and he’s going to be part of that competition.”Well, Kemp wasn’t a part of any of the Dodgers’ Community Tour events this week nor was he invited to Saturday’s FanFest event at Dodger Stadium. Kemp remains on the Dodgers’ roster in name only despite Zaidi’s public assertion that “as of now” he expects to see the former All-Star, Gold Glove and Silver Slugger winner back in the uniform he was wearing when he won those awards.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Wellington hosts its final home Friday night regular season game tonight. Please note the second scoreboard is being sold tonight. The last one fetched for $700. The Class 4A Wrestling Regional will be held tonight and Saturday in Augusta to determine which wrestler will go to state. Sumner County basketball will also be held.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢WHS basketballÂ Clearwater at Wellington.Boys-girls C team – 4:15 p.m.JV boys – 5:45 p.m.Varsity girls – 6 p.m.Varsity boys, JV girls – 7:30 p.m.Second scoreboard from middle school and old high school will be auctioned off between the girls and boys basketball game.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢WHS wrestlingÂ Wellington travels to Augusta for the Class 4A Wrestling Regional. The top four wrestlers per weight division advance to state.Teams in the tournament: Andale, Augusta, Buhler, Clearwater, El Dorado, Hesston, Hugoton, Mulvane, Nickerson, Pratt, Rose Hill, Towanda-Circle, ULysses, Winfield and Wellington.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Sumner CountyFriday night schedule:Argonia at SedanBelle Plaine at Medicine LodgeCaldwell at Elk ValleyWichita Independent at Conway SpringsFlinthills at OxfordSouth Haven at Cedar Vale-Dexter.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Wellington Middle School wrestlingWellington fell to Prairie Hills 60-48 and Andover 80-17 in a triangular in Andover. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down WHSSupporter · 390 weeks ago There’s one more regular season home game next Thursday. Report Reply 0 replies · active 390 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down LittleOne · 390 weeks ago What ever the out come tonight and tomorrow with all you athletes you are all winners. This year has been challenging and you have the quality and well power to move on. Good luck and congratulations to all. Report Reply 0 replies · active 390 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments