Lulu Fern Lane-Storms died peacefully, surrounded by her family at Dearborn County Hospital on August 5, 2016. Born on June 12, 1924 in Hamilton, Ohio, she was the daughter of Meade and Anna (nee: Lacy) Knose. The 92 year old West Harrison resident was fondly known to her family and friends as, Fern. Fern married Nolan Lane and they were blessed with three children. He passed away in 1975 and she was later remarried to Marshall Storms until his passing.Fern loved to eat, cook and shop but especially loved her church, where she was a member of Life Springs Church in Harrison. The flower lover always had a pretty flower garden she would tend to. Fern worked at US Shoe as a Final Inspector for 30 years and truly enjoyed her job. She was known for bringing coffee and donuts into work to sell them and use the funds to have parties for all the employees there or to help those having a rough time. Many knew her as a comical lady with a great sense of humor. Fern really enjoyed traveling too and had visited almost all 50 states except Alaska. Her kids happily recall her driving her Buick Regal around with a heavy lead foot. Most of all Fern, was a very loving wife, mom, grandmother and great grandmother that will be truly missed.She is survived by her children, Linda (Don) Turner of Okeana, OH, Nola (Greg) Roberts of Harrison, OH, and Pam (Chuck) Woods of West Harrison, IN; plus 6 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. In addition to her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by her brothers Alan, Lloyd, Meade Jr. and William “Bill” Knose along with her grandson Steven Roberts. Visitation will be Wednesday, August 10, 2016 from 10am to12pm followed by Funeral Services at 12noon, all at Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home in Harrison, OH. Minister Tim Russell officiating. Burial will be in New Haven Cemetery, New Haven, OH. Family requests memorials may be given to Life Springs Church. Online condolences at www.jkmfuneralhome.com
ALTA, Iowa (July 2) – From the vantage point of winner David Smith, the 25-lap distance for Buena Vista Raceway’s Kyle Suter Memorial was just right.Smith led the last 24 circuits and earned $1,000 for his Wednesday night IMCA Sunoco Stock Car victory at Alta.“I ran the very top of the track. There was just enough momentum on the top, which was starting to go away,” said Smith, who’d lined up behind pole starter Chris Ullrich and taken the lead with a pass inside. “I didn’t want any more laps.” Smith’s younger brother Devin, a contender for national and Arnold Motor Supply Northern Region rookie of the year honors, used lower lines in advancing 13 spots to second. “Any time you see us finish 1-2, it’s good. It doesn’t get any better than that. It’s the best when everybody runs good,” Smith said. “The $1,000 was a bonus.”Brian Blessington passed nine cars and finished third. Derek Green challenged Smith several times for the lead before ending in fourth and Allan Schmidt was fifth. Feature results – 1. David Smith; 2. Devin Smith; 3. Brian Blessington; 4. Derek Green; 5. Allan Schmidt; 6. Josh Suhr; 7. Mel Elsberry; 8. Jason Mickelson; 9. Roger Verdoorn; 10. Jason Rold; 11. Chris Ullrich; 12. Patrick Cross; 13. Marcus Hansen; 14. Justin Regnerus; 15. Jake Masters; 16. Chad Palmer; 17. Bob Staiert; 18. Justin Bromert; 19. Mathias Lux.
By Quintina NaimeThe Relay takes the long drive down the island of Bougainville to Buin today.The Relay arrived at Buka airport to a traditional welcome with ladies washing the feet of all new arrivals into their province, to the great sounds of one of their large bamboo bands.Oil Search Ambassador Francis Kabano handed over the Baton to representatives from the newly elected House of Representatives.The Relay then headed around the island of Buka, with its first stop being the chamber at the House of Representatives where the Vice President, Patrick Nisira spoke of celebrating this gift of the Baton arrival as a symbol of unity.From there the baton sped across the island over new roads under construction and through cocoa and coconut plantations.The baton was then taken on a Relay around town with the games sponsors and community members taking part to run the baton past the business district, the coconut oil mill and the market and banana boat wharves.A canoe ride out along the busy and fast tidal Buka Passage to beautiful peaceful Sahano Island, the former centre of administration for the province finished the day.
Tags: David Bagoolekirinya jsssam simbwaStarTimes Uganda Premier LeaguetopURA FC Bagoole (left) and Simbwa (right) pose with their accolades at Kati Kati Restaurant. (Photos by Shaban Lubega)KAMPALA – Kirinya JSS’s David Bagoole has been named the StarTimes Uganda Premier League player of the month of March.This was at a ceremony on Monday, April 8th, at Kati Kati Restaurant in Lugogo.The midfielder who scored what turned out to be the winner in Kirinya’s 2-1 win away to SC Villa last month, beat off competition from URA’s Cromwel Rwothomio and KCCA FC anchorman Nicholas Kasozi.Bagoole thus becomes the fifth winner of the accolade this season after teammate Joel Madondo, Mbarara’s Paul Mucurezi and Onduparaka duo of Gaddafi Gadinho and Rashid Toha who won the award in October, November, December and February respectively.Speaking at the ceremony, Bagoole thanked his teammates, coaches and the organizers of the awards.“I thank God for this moment, said Bagoole.“Special thanks to my teammates, coaches, and the league organisers.“Such awards motivate us the players.At the same ceremony, URA FC head coach Sam Simbwa was crowned the best coach of the month of March, taking home the award for the first time this season.Simbwa beat KCCA’s manager Mike Mutebi and Tooro United’s Wasswa Bbosa to the accolade which is handed out the the beginning of every month.Simbwa beat KCCA’s Mike Mutebi and Tooro’s Wasswa Bbosa.Simbwa was the pick because of URA’s improved performance in the month where they won twice and drew once.“I am very happy for the award, said the soft spoken tactician.“It has been long overdue but it is good motivation.“I dedicate this award to my mother who is admitted at Butabika Hospital. I will share the money with my assistants and players.Simbwa also becomes the fifth coach to win it, stepping into the footsteps of former Vipers tactician Javier Martinez who won it in October, Mbarara City’s Livingstone Mbabazi who won it in November, KCCA’s Mike Mutebi who was voted the best tactician in December and last month’s winner Wasswa Bbosa of Tooro United FC.Both the winners of player and coach of the month walk away with a cash prize of UGX One Million (Shs 1m) and an award.Comments