Columbus man charged with Criminal Recklessness with a Deadly Weapon

first_imgColumbus, IN—Monday evening,  Bartholomew County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call of a subject firing a shotgun toward a vehicle leaving the residence.The suspect, Brian Andrew Hoover, 44, Columbus, then fled the residence. However, a short time later, with the assistance of a BCSO K9 and the Columbus Fire Department’s drone, Hoover was apprehended and taken to the Bartholomew County Jail and was charged on an allegation of Criminal Recklessness with a Firearm.last_img

Dorothy Bennett

first_imgDorothy Bennett, 93, of Moores Hill passed away Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tennessee.  Dorothy was born Sunday, August 21, 1927 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of the late Margaret (Lattner) and Anthony Blanken.  She married Wilford Bennett in 1948 and he preceded her in death in May 2007.  Dorothy was a very avid member of the St. Charles Catholic Church.  She worked for many businesses in Milan, including the furniture factory, Ben Franklin dime store, Kirschner Department store, and she was a beautician.  Dorothy loved IU basketball and was a Cincinnati Reds fan.  She enjoyed word search and jig-saw puzzles; shopping; and going out to eat.Dorothy is survived by her son Raymond (Patricia) Bennett of Florida, daughter Helen (Jerome) Laker of Batesville, Indiana, daughter-in-law Marilyn Kay Bennett of Columbia, Tennessee, six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, and three great great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Margaret and Anthony, son Richard Bennett, brothers Lawrence and Ralph, and sisters Clara Stahley and Mary Mann.Family and friends may gather to share and remember her 10 – 11 AM Tuesday 22, 2020 at St. Charles Catholic Church, 213 W. Ripley Street, Milan, Indiana 47031.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 AM Tuesday, September 22, at St. Charles Catholic Church, with Father Santhosh Yohannan officiating.  Burial will follow in St. Charles Catholic Cemetery.  Memorials may be given in honor of Dorothy to the St. Charles Catholic Church.  Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032, (812) 744-3280.  Please reach out through our website at to leave an online condolence message or a memory of Dorothy for the family.last_img read more

Harry celebrates Hoops birthday win

first_imgQPR manager Harry Redknapp got the perfect birthday present as the Premier League’s bottom-placed side took three points from his former club Southampton in a 2-1 victory. Victory was the ideal tonic for Redknapp after waking up on his 66th birthday to damning reports of ill-discipline on a recent Dubai training camp. Rather than throw the strugglers off track, though, QPR performed admirably on the south coast and opened the scoring after just 14 minutes through Loic Remy. Saints looked shell-shocked having started the brighter and were somewhat fortunate to go in at the break level, with Gaston Ramirez following up a Julio Cesar fumble. Before Park Ji-sung sent a low cross from the right and Jay Bothroyd slotted home the winner. Press Associationcenter_img It took just 13 seconds for Adam Lallana, making his first home start in almost three months, to send over a cross which Christopher Samba was forced to put out for a corner. Jack Cork and Lallana put audacious long efforts wide as Saints continued to press for an opener, which almost came after 12 minutes. Rickie Lambert headed back across goal but neither Lallana nor former QPR winger Jason Puncheon were able to get a telling touch. Junior Hoilett then sent a fine through ball over to Remy, who burst through to strike past Artur Boruc. Nathaniel Clyne did well to deny Remy going through again, before the returning striker tested Boruc with a low strike. While QPR were still threatening, Saints had a new spark and, after seeing a shot deflect behind, Ramirez drew parity. Jay Rodriguez, on for Lallana, struck an audacious effort that bounced off Cesar into the path of Ramirez who dinked home nonchalantly. And whatever Pochettino said at the break seemed to work as the home side flew out of the blocks in the second half. Fox, Fonte and Lambert all had attempts, before Rodriguez’s curling effort from the edge of the box went inches over. Cesar was hurt in a collision with Rodriguez as he punched away a threatening Cork cross. Robert Green soon replaced the injured Brazilian, but not until after Hoilett threatened at the other end. Saints were still on top but they were again caught napping as Park sent over a low cross for Bothroyd to rifle home with 13 minutes remaining. Green did fantastically to deny a goalbound Maya Yoshida header as the hosts upped the ante but they could not find a way past the Hoops’ resilient backline. last_img read more

The Latest: Tottenham players flout virus guidelines

first_imgThe DeVos family previously announced a $2 million compensation fund for Orlando Magic, Amway Center, Lakeland Magic and Orlando Solar Bears hourly workers for games and time missed during the COVID-19 suspension of seasons. Several Magic players and Magic coach Steve Clifford have also championed various charitable causes during the pandemic.___Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has urged his players to accept a pay cut amid the coronavirus pandemic.Al-Khelaifi says in an interview with RMC radio that he is “expecting them to make an effort for the club. They know their responsibilities.”Players on French clubs are all on temporary layoffs. That means a small cut in pay of 16 percent and the state picks up a portion of the rest. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Serge Aurier has become the latest player from English club Tottenham to flout government guidelines during the coronavirus outbreak after posting videos of him training with teammate Moussa Sissoko. The Ivory Coast defender has now deleted the videos on his Instagram story, which showed him running shuttles and sitting next to Sissoko, disregarding social distancing. Aurier was wearing a face mask.It wasn’t clear where the two players were training.Tottenham says “we shall be speaking to both players involved.”It comes about two weeks after Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho was pictured holding a one-on-one training session in north London with midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, while two other players ran nearby. Mourinho later acknowledged his session was “not in line with government protocol.”Guidelines say people can only exercise outdoors on their own or with members of the same household. The governors of German states Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia have called for a restart of soccer on May 9 but not all states are on board.___The second edition of FIA’s Motorsport Games has been postponed until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic.The multi-disciple event between various nations was scheduled for Oct. 23-25 at the Circuit Paul Ricard near designated host city Marseille. The new dates are Oct. 22-24 next year at the same place.The next games are set to see the introduction of rally and historic motorsport events. ___UEFA is softening its tone toward organizers of national leagues and cups who want to end seasons early before completing all games.After talking with its 55 member federations, UEFA says that “some special cases will be heard“ after guidelines are confirmed for entry paths to next season’s Champions League and Europa League. Those guidelines could be approved Thursday by UEFA’s executive committee.After Belgium’s top-tier league said this month it wanted to declare current standings final, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin warned that countries risked losing European competition entries if they took premature decisions. UEFA’s previous directive was toned down to “a strong recommendation“ Tuesday to try to complete domestic seasons. The Latest: Tottenham players flout virus guidelines The KBO says it could shorten the regular season if infections erupt. The league will advise players to wear face masks in locker rooms and require them to download smartphone apps to report their daily health status to league officials.___More AP sports: and,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 The lockdown in Italy is scheduled to expire after May 3.___The ownership of the Orlando Magic have announced a $50,000 donation to a Central Florida food bank and have teamed with Papa John’s to offer a way for their fans to support food-insecure families as well.The DeVos family announced the donation to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. Through May 20 fans can also see 25% of their online-order price at Orlando-area Papa John’s restaurants donated to the food bank as well.Magic CEO Alex Martins says “this has been a focus for us over the years, and now more than ever this remains a priority. We will continue to work together to make sure we assist those most vulnerable.” Paul Ricard also hosts a Formula One race. It is scheduled for June 28 but widely expected to become the 10th of 22 races this season to be called off amid the virus outbreak.___South Korea’s professional baseball league has decided to begin its season on May 5.The games will be played without fans until the risk of infection from the coronavirus is gone.The league plans to maintain a 144-game regular-season schedule but has decided scrap its all-star game and shorten the first round of the playoffs from a best-of-five to best-of-three series. The 16-nation playoffs have twice been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Euro 2020 has been delayed one year.Csányi tells Hungarian media that October and November are options while there is uncertainty about when soccer can resume in Europe. All 55 UEFA member countries are currently scheduled to play Nations League games in October and November.Hungary was drawn to play at Bulgaria in the single knockout Euro 2020 playoffs. The winner will host either Iceland or Romania with a place in the final tournament at stake.Hungary is one of 12 host nations of Euro 2020.___ Associated Press The deputy head of Germany’s national disease control center has cautioned against coronavirus testing for soccer players in order to restart the league.Regular testing of players and team staff is a key element of a plan to resume German soccer in empty stadiums next month.Robert Koch Institute vice president Lars Schaade says he doesn’t “see why certain sections of the population … should be routinely screened.”Schaade says he would prefer testing to be focused on people who show symptoms or who are linked to an outbreak of the virus.Clubs are eager to resume the Bundesliga to avoid financial losses. They are negotiating a tricky political landscape and opposition from some fan groups. Players at clubs in other countries have taken large pay cuts amid the uncertainty.PSG’s squad includes world-class players Neymar, Kylian Mbappé, Ángel Di María and Edinson Cavani.Al-Khelaifi says “our wage bill is of substantial volume” and “we risk suffering colossal losses” at the end of the season.___UEFA vice president Sándor Csányi says playoffs to decide the last four places in the postponed European Championship could be played in October or November. Domestic club soccer aims to play into July and August — if resuming games is even possible — with UEFA hoping to complete the Champions League and Europa League later in August.___The 20 clubs in Italy’s top soccer division have unanimously voted in favor of finishing the current season.The Lega Serie A held an assembly with the 20 clubs by videoconference. It released a statement saying all clubs voted “to carry on the 2019-2020 season to the end, if the government allows it to happen.”Serie A has been suspended since the government ordered a nationwide lockdown more than a month ago. Twelve rounds remain along with four games that were postponed from the weekend of Feb. 22. April 21, 2020last_img read more

FB : Scouting Toledo with Dyshawn Davis

first_img Published on September 22, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: | @mark_cooperjr Dyshawn Davis’ first plane ride was enjoyable. After the SU freshman linebacker got over some nerves about taking the cross country flight to Southern California last weekend, he relaxed while sitting on the plane.‘It went pretty good,’ Davis said. ‘I had a window seat, too, so it was — I thought I would be scared, but I actually liked it. Ears hurt a little bit after a while, but I liked it a lot.’Unfortunately for Davis, he didn’t get a chance to show a lot in his first collegiate road game against the Trojans. He recorded one tackle but said on Wednesday he was a little banged up during the game. He also said he was thinking a little too much about his assignments throughout the game. But in talking to coaches this week, he feels ready to play faster as Syracuse hosts Toledo on Saturday at noon in the Carrier Dome.Even though the results on the field weren’t enviable both individually and for his team, Davis said the trip was fun.‘Being on the West Coast and the weather, I never played in such perfect football weather,’ Davis said. ‘It wasn’t too cold, it wasn’t too hot, it wasn’t a breeze. It was just perfect.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I just loved the atmosphere, and I just loved competing against the best of the best. We didn’t get the win, but it was a good experience, and we’re moving on from there.’The Daily Orange spoke to Davis on Wednesday about SU’s upcoming opponent, Toledo. The Rockets are just 1-2 this season, but the two losses have come to ranked opponents then-No. 15 Ohio State (27-22) and No. 4 Boise State (40-15).The Daily Orange: What do you expect from the Toledo team you’ll be lining up against on Saturday?Davis: I know they’re going to come in here balls out ready to play. They play three (Bowl Championship Series) teams a year, and they lost their first two games to a BCS team and we’re that last. We talked about how Toledo beats at least one BCS team a year in their schedule and this year, after coming back after that loss, we’re not trying to let that happen.How important is it to bounce back from that loss by beating a solid Toledo team?It’s very important. We started off the season 2-0, we went into Southern Cal, we wanted to win, we didn’t get the win, and right now, this week, this is where we see ourselves as a team. Where do we stand, how hard do we work, how hard do we want it, how bad do the seniors want it?And we know Toledo’s coming in here, they’re a pretty good team, they played two top teams. They played Boise State and Ohio State, and they’re some good competitors. They competed, they stayed in the game and we know this win is not going to be easy.Toledo plays two quarterbacks, and they both get nearly the same amount of playing time. How do you prepare for that?Both quarterbacks are pretty equal, so there’s not much adjusting to what quarterback is in the game, what quarterback is out of the game. As a defense we’re just going in there, playing our game, execute our game plan, going to run the plays, whatever’s called. Like I said before, play 110 percent every play, play fast.Rockets wide receiver Eric Page is a dynamic playmaker. What do you have to do to contain him?Play our game. Like I said, play fast and play a little bit better than we played in Southern Cal. I feel like if everybody out there on defense did their job, everything will fall in place from there.What was the biggest thing the SU defense learned against USC that it can improve in this game?I feel like as a defense we need to mature more. Toughen up a little bit. Such as myself, getting hurt, limping off, little cuts and bruises. We’ve got to learn that’s all part of the game. Don’t limp, you have to be tough, suck it up, go in there, put your head down, buckle your chin strap up and keep playing. So as a defense I feel like this week we’re getting there. We’re a young defense and we are all learning, and everything is coming along pretty Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Commentslast_img read more

Spruill, Bromley to play in postseason all-star games on Saturday

first_img Published on January 16, 2014 at 11:08 am Contact Stephen: | @Stephen_Bailey1 Facebook Twitter Google+ Former Syracuse linebacker Marquis Spruill and defensive tackle Jay Bromley will suit up for the first time since the Orange’s 21-17 Texas Bowl victory on Dec. 27.Spruill will play for the National team in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. The game kicks off at 6 p.m. on Saturday in the StubHub Center at California State University, Dominguez Hills and will be televised on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.Spruill, who will be coached by former NFL head coach Dick Vermeil, is the third Syracuse player to compete in the three-year-old competition, following running back Antwon Bailey in 2012 and defensive tackle Deon Goggins in 2013. Spruill recorded 66 tackles and 14.5 tackles for loss, matching Bromley for the most on the Orange.Bromley will compete in the East-West Shrine Game at 4 p.m. on Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The game will be broadcast on NFL Network.He becomes the 73rd Syracuse player to compete in the annual game, which is the longest-running collegiate all-star game. Bromley, who led the Orange with 10 sacks and three forced fumbles, is projected by CBS Sports as a sixth- or seventh-round pick in the NFL Draft.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Commentslast_img read more

Dino Babers: ‘It’s a blessing both of these young men are still with us’

first_imgOn Wednesday morning, Dino Babers spoke publicly for the first time since two of his players were allegedly stabbed by former teammate Naesean Howard on Saturday evening. The first-year SU head coach said defensive back Chauncey Scissum is still in the hospital and he hopes that Scissum will be released later this week, while defensive back Corey Winfield was released on Monday.In response to an article posted on Wednesday morning that cited a source saying Babers told the team to not wear any Syracuse gear in public since Howard’s “people” may still be lurking around campus, Babers heavily refuted that.“The thing about the meeting was correct. Everything else written in the article was incorrect and inaccurate,” Babers said. “I actually told them to put their Syracuse ‘S’ on and wear it proudly around campus.”Babers confirmed that earlier in the year, Howard approached him in the parking lot adjacent to Manley Field House and started a conversation. The head coach said Howard said, “’Hey, I would like to join the football team,’” to which Babers responded, “’Who are you?’”Babers then told Howard he had to go through a standard background check for walk-ons in order to be given a shot, but eventually that background check wasn’t satisfactory enough for the new staff to offer Howard a chance to walk on.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Everybody has a right to change … but patterns are something that you try to stay away from and we just decided as a staff the pattern was too strong,” Babers said. “It’s not a right to be on a football team … it’s a privilege.”MORE COVERAGE:Witness details alleged stabbing, South Campus partyDefensive back Corey Winfield out of hospital 2 days after stabbing incidentCourt documents: Naesean Howard stabbed SU football players multiple times The Tuesday morning meeting with the team wasn’t prompted by the stabbing, Babers said, and that he holds a meeting at 8 a.m. every Tuesday in the offseason. This one just happened to be the first after Winfield and Scissum were allegedly stabbed and there were no specific safety instructions given based on Saturday evening’s events.“You can’t live life looking over your shoulder,” Babers said. “I think these young men will be just fine.”Howard is due back in court at 10 a.m. on Friday. Both players he allegedly stabbed are doing well, Babers said, and when asked about Howard, Babers never mentioned him by name.“It’s a blessing both of these young men are still with us,” Babers said. Comments Published on April 20, 2016 at 12:03 pm Contact Matt: | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Witness details alleged stabbing, South Campus partySyracuse DB Corey Winfield out of the hospital 2 days after allegedly being stabbed by former teammateCourt documents: Naesean Howard stabbed SU football players multiple timesSyracuse football DBs Corey Winfield and Chauncey Scissum allegedly stabbed by former teammate Naesean Howardlast_img read more

GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading

first_img Related Articles Share GVC Holdings stated that it is ‘well placed to balance the year’, as the FTSE100 company absorbed significant retail shocks across its UK and European units, readjusting its full-year EBITDA outlook to £720m-£740m range (dependent on further COVID-19 outcomes).Publishing its interim results for the six month period ended 30 June 2020, GVC noted that the closure of its Ladbrokes and Coral betting shops resulted in a 53% drop in UK retail net gaming revenue (NGR), down from £586.8 million in H1 2019 to £277.9 million.As of 30 June 2020, GVC stated that there were a total of 3,006 shops in the estate, down from 3,274 last year. During the period 227 shops were closed as the group completed its resizing of the retail estate following the Triennial ReviewLikewise, European retail also struggled during the pandemic, with NGR dropping by 48% from £144.1 million in 2019 to £75.5 million.But as a considerable number of bettors shifted from retail sports betting to online gaming, GVC highlighted that online NGR jumped from £1.05 billion in 2019 to £1.25 billion, an increase of 19%.Commenting on the results, newly-appointed CEO Shay Segev said: “Given the unprecedented trading environment, GVC has delivered an encouraging performance in the first half, underlining the strength of our diversified business model and the expertise, adaptability and dedication of our people.“These results show that we have a strong foundation. As a technologist, I have huge admiration for what Kenny and the rest of my colleagues have achieved but I am also determined to pursue a programme of continuous improvement as we focus on our four technology-enabled priorities.”Online EBITDA rose by 53% during H1 to £368.6 million which GVC explained is a reflection of ‘favourable sports margins, a strong performance in gaming and lower marketing spend due to sport cancellations’.Group EBITDA came in at 5% lower than 2019 figures, falling to £348.6 million from £366.8 million. Looking forward, the Board now expects GVC to deliver underlying EBITDA of £720m-£740m for the full year, on the condition that there are ‘no further material disruptions’.Supporting its EBITDA performance, GVC delivered a 23% reduction in group operating costs to £423 million, down from £548 million, enforcing immediate COVID-19 costs controls and identifying a further £20 million in Ladbrokes Coral post acquisition co-synergies.Addressing plans to expand its operations, GVC stated that it has applied for multiple sports-betting licences pursuant to the existing German online gambling regulation and ‘fully expects that its applications will be successful’. Brazil and The Netherlands were also recognised as key opportunities for the betting group’s expansion.The US remains the leading driver for growth for GVC however, with its BetMGM joint venture now operating in seven of the 21 states where gambling is allowed. GVC expects to go live in an additional four states by the year-end.GVC ended its trading statement by detailing its prudence with regards to trading under the continued uncertainty of further lockdowns and restrictions as a result of the coronavirus, with the board cancelling dividends for year trading. Brazil appoints agencies to accelerate Sports Betting launch August 21, 2020 Belgian Pro League live betting streaming deal for Stats Perform August 21, 2020 Share GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile  August 25, 2020 StumbleUpon Submitlast_img read more

Kairos Media acquire Lightning Pandas and sign former West Ham player Dragonn

first_imgKairos Media, a social media focused digital communications agency, has announced the acquisition of esports organisation “Lightning Pandas” who will return to the esports fray after a three year hiatus.Lightning Pandas was originally founded by Kairos Media co-founder Michael Craddock and Call of Duty professional Shane “ShAnE” McKerral, but has not been active in the scene since 2014. Back then, the team were a well-known Call of Duty squad who rose in popularity through YouTube and colourful branding.Kairos Media has now acquired the organisation, and will use it as the company moves into the esports market. Kairos’ first move is the signing of Sean “Dragonn” Allen, a professional FIFA player to the roster on the day of release of FIFA 18.Many will recognise Sean Allen, as he was West Ham United’s first FIFA player and runner up of the FIWC two years ago. This year he failed to qualify for the tournament but was involved in a coaching capacity, sharing the winning moments with Unilad’s eventual winner, Gorilla. There’s little doubt he’s one of the better known players in competitive FIFA with the scene still generally dominated by YouTube content, pack openings and less by competition-driven Twitch figures.Rahul Uppal, Esports Manager at Kairos Media commented: “Following their three-year hiatus, we’re excited to announce the official return of the Lightning Pandas. While most people will recognise the Lightning Pandas as the creative offspring of Mike and Shane, we’re now in a strong position to take the organisation to the next level.In addition to this, we’re delighted to welcome a player of Sean’s calibre to the Lightning Pandas, who does not only share the competitive ambitions of the company, but also our vision for the future.”Sean Allen said: “I couldn’t be happier to join the Lightning Pandas and become their first esports player. The experience, resources and knowledge of the company presents me with an invaluable opportunity to progress as a player and build my online presence. This is a massive move in the right direction for me and I’m really excited for the future.”Esports Insider says: Kairos Media are making their move into esports and have started it off with a big name in the FIFA scene. They’re definitely one to keep an eye on as they evidently have lofty ambitions in the esports space.last_img read more

Nine Sumner Regional Medical Center employees recognized for years of service

first_img 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 Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close 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. +2 Vote up Vote down mom2mykids · 208 weeks ago Congrats to all of you….Julie Hibbs…you are a super nurse…!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 208 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to 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 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 Left to Right: Linda Berger (25 years), Linda Allender (25 years), Maria Newman (10 years), Pat Ringo-Schneider (5 years), Judi Fink (15 years), Julie Hibbs (20 years), Nancy Driver (15 years), Roanna Fritzler (30 years) and Channity Farley (15 years).by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Sumner Regional Medical Center held an employment recognition dinner at Barefoot Jerry’s Pub and Grill Tuesday evening. Nine SRMC employees were recognized for years of service at the local hospital.Those recognized for the following consecutive years of service were:30 years: Roanna Fritzler.25 years: Linda Berger and Linda Allender.20 years: Julie Hibbs.15 years: Judi Fink, Channity Farley and Nancy Driver.10 years: Maria Newman.Five years: Pat Ringo-Schneider.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more