Archive - Oct 15, 2012
Charlotte L. Terrell, 66, of rural Berne passed away at 10:30 p.m. on Friday, October 12, 2012, at the Visiting Nurse & Hospice Home in Fort Wayne.
Charlotte was born on July 15, 1946, in Berne, Indiana, to Earl J. and Lela (Sharp) Moser. She graduated from Geneva High School with the class of 1964. She was a lifelong resident of Adams County.
H. George Schinnerer, 70, of Willshire, Ohio, passed away at 11:20 p.m. on Friday, October 12, 2012, in Lutheran Hospital.
George was born in Willshire, Ohio, on Friday, August 14, 1942.
He married Penelope "Penny" A. Schmoll on November 5, 1965, in Decatur; she passed away on July 16, 1995.
He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church-Schumm, rural Willshire, Ohio, and he retired from Prestress Services Inc. in Decatur after 44 years of service.
Loren L. Stauffer, 70, of Decatur, died today at Woodcrest.
Arrangements are pending at Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home.
Bellmont closed out the 2012 regular season in style Saturday at the Bellmont Quad competition, taking out 2A No. 1 Wapahani 3-1 with an outstanding all-around effort.
"I don't know if we're peaking, but we're getting there," stated Bellmont volleyball coach Craig Krull, whose No. 2, 3A Squaws swept Wes-Del in three sets to cap a 28-4 pre-tourney campaign.
MARION—Bellmont's girls and South Adams' boys ran spectacular races Saturday at the IHSAA cross country regional meet at Indiana Wesleyan University and as a result will advance to the semi-state competition this weekend at the Plex in Fort Wayne.
The Squaws finished third in the 10-team field, just one point out of second place but the story of the day was the huge improvement in times all five scorers for Bellmont recorded over the sectional race five days earlier.
The Burkhalter Plumbing and Heating Bengals finished its domination of the Decatur Football League Saturday capturing the championship game over the First Bank of Berne Bears by a 24-0 tally at Bob Worthman Stadium on DFL Championship Day.
The Bengals finished the year with a 5-0 slate and got all the points they would need in the title game when Noah Macklin scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak with 6:30 to play in the second period. Logan Mosser made it 12-0 at the half when he scampered in from 12 yards out for the Bengals.