Archive - Nov 9, 2010
Florence R. Bulmahn, 90, of Decatur, died Sunday in Bluffton Regional Medical Center.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Zwick and Jahn Funeral Home, Decatur.
Bellmont placed five players on the All-NHC football squad for 2010, including first team offensive back Daniel Meyer.
Earning second-team honors for the Braves were offensive guard Jacob Brown, a sophomore, defensive tackle Travis Thatcher and defensive back will Busse.
Halfback Ryley Hankenson was given honorable mention.
BERNE — South Adams senior Taylor LeFever was the top rusher and receiver for the 6-6 South Adams Starfires this past season, garnering a total of 1,388 yards from scrimmage, it was announced Friday night after the Starfires' 43-21 loss to Churubusco in the Class A Sectional 3A championship game.
Honor Flight Northeast Indiana will send 80 WWII veterans — several of them from Adams County — to Washington D.C., on Wednesday, departing from the the 122nd Fighter Wing at Fort Wayne International Airport.
The veterans, volunteer guardians, and families, will gather at the 122 Fighter Wing by 6 a.m. as breakfast will be provided by Air National Guard volunteers. Veterans and guardians will start boarding the aircraft between 7 and 7:30 a.m., with a projected 8 a.m. takeoff, according to a news release.
Artistic expressions have come home in Van Wert, Ohio, thanks to a man who made a fortune on the road.
The three-year-old Niswonger Performing Arts Center (NPAC) in Van Wert was featured in a presentation given Monday to some 30 people at a Decatur Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Woodcrest Retirement Community. The center was built mostly because of the farsightedness and the finances of a man who grew up there, then moved away: Scott Niswonger.
Sunday, November 7, 2010, Robert M. Braden, surrounded by his family, was carried by the angels to Heaven.
Daddy was born on September 4, 1915, the son of Mark C. and Louise (Teeple) Braden. He graduated from Decatur Catholic High School in 1936.
On August 23, 1941, he married our Mother, Gladys (Harvey) Braden.
Ida May (Adams) Fisher Brodbeck, 83, of Decatur, went to be with the Lord at 2:20 p.m. on Monday, November 8, 2010, at her residence after two months of hospitalization in Fort Wayne.
She was born on July 24, 1927, to George and Callie (Gross) Adams in West Liberty, Kentucky.
She married William “Bill” Fisher on December 20, 1947; he passed away on December 14, 1988. On June 6, 1992, she married Walter I. “Ike” Brodbeck; he survives in Decatur.