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January 3rd, 2011

Paul M. Herman

January 3, 2011

    Paul M. "Plug" Herman, 90, of Cloquet, Minnesota, a former resident of and business owner in Berne, died Friday in Duluth, Minnesota.
    He was born to Mentor and Ramola Herman.
    Among survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Jim (Connie) Allen of Naples, Florida, and two sons, Mike Herman of Friendswood, Texas, and Ken Herman of Cloquet.

Dorothy L. Lynn

January 3, 2011

    Dorothy L. “Dottie” Lynn, 68, St. Marys, Ohio, died Friday at home.
    She was born in Decatur to Arthur and Faye (Martin) Scheiderer. She married Charles Lynn, who survives.
    She is also survived by four children, Amy (David) Winner of Defiance, Ohio; Douglas (Melissa) Lynn of Fort Wayne; Betsy (Eric) Schurg of Woodburn; Brian Lynn of Marion, Indiana. Also surviving are two sisters.

Ann Mankey

January 3, 2011

    Ann Mankey, 84, of Decatur, died at 2:58 a.m. Thursday in Lutheran Hospital at Fort Wayne.
    She was born on April 26, 1926, in Munich, Germany to Klements Wechs and Anna Maria Greindl Burger Wechs.
    She married Glen E. Mankey on August 3, 1948; he died on February 2, 1983. Ann was a World War II bride.
    She was a homemaker and also worked for Dr. Harold Zwick and wife Helen and for Dr. H.S. Lee and wife Antoinette.

Thelma M. Ritchie

January 3, 2011

    Thelma M. Ritchie, 89, of Geneva, passed away at 3:20 p.m. on Wednesday, December 29, 2010, at Adams Memorial Hospital in Decatur.
    She was born on Sunday, February 13, 1921, in Fairmount to Murl and Minnie Reiman Nelson
    Mrs. Ritchie was a homemaker and a farmer. She also retired from Kerr Glass at Dunkirk.
    She formally attended Church Of Christ South Side at Portland.

Clayton A. Shuck

January 3, 2011

    Clayton Anthony Shuck, 4, of Geneva, entered into eternal life on December 29, 2010.
    He was born on November 14, 2006, to his loving parents. He is the oldest son of Jason A. and Theresa L. (Smith) Shuck.
    Visitation will be on Sunday, January 2, 2011, from 1-5 p.m. at Haggard and Sefton Funeral Home in Decatur, with calling one hour prior to services at Trinity Episcopal Church, 611 W. Berry St. in Fort Wayne.

Paul E. Strickler

January 3, 2011

    Paul E. Strickler, 94, of Decatur, passed away at 10:24 a.m. on Friday, December 31, 2010, at his residence.
    He was born on April 23, 1916, in Adams County to Clarence G. and Goldie G. (Shoaf) Strickler.
    Paul married Kathryn R. Pyle on September 2, 1939.

December 30th, 2010

BHS moves five to Smith semi-finals

December 30, 2010

    MISHAWAKA — Bellmont's John Mahlan tripped LaPorte's Alex Stewart at the edge of the mat as the final seconds ticked off the clock in the 160-pound match to advance, and he latched onto Stewart's leg, earning the buzzer-beating takedown to secure one of five BHS spots in the semi-finals in the Al Smith Wrestling Classic.
    The Braves have four more wrestlers on the consolation side and led the 32-team tourney after the first day with 128 points to the 123 of Penn and 121 of host Mishawaka.

Quake felt in this area

December 30, 2010

    Did you feel it? 
    Many Adams County residents did, starting their day with an event of seismic proportions as the rumblings of an earthquake were felt locally.    A spokesman with the U.S. Geological Survey organization confirmed a magnitude 4.2 earthquake occurred in Indiana at 7:55 a.m. today and was felt in Adams County and the surrounding area.
    The brief event was highlighted by a mild rumbling. And then it was over.

Rifle team people shoot a message to Abel: thanks

December 30, 2010

    Charlie Abel, coach of the Bellmont High School rifle team throughout its 50 years of existence, was honored at halftime of Tuesday's boys baskeball game with the presentation of a plaque.
    An open house was held at the range following the game.
    An estimated 40 to 50 current and former members of the rifle team were on hand for the presentation of the plaque which noted Abel's 50 years of dedication to the sport and the school.

Herman E. Fox

December 30, 2010

    Herman E. Fox, 74, of Fort Wayne, died on Monday, December 27, 2010, at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne.
    Born on August 24, 1936, in Berne, he was the son of Milo and Mary Fuchs.
    He was a registered certified public accountant and owned and operated the Dairy Queen at Clinton St. and Washington Center Rd. in Fort Wayne, retiring in 2004.  He was previously head controller at Industra Products and had been an accountant at Peter Eckrich and Sons, both in Fort Wayne.

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