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November 16th, 2010

Palmer L. Schwartz

November 16, 2010

    Palmer L. Schwartz, 82, of Decatur, died at 11:30 p.m. on Sunday at his residence.
    He was born on January 6, 1928, in Adams County to Ora and Cora Cook Stopher and was adopted by Noah D. and Catherina Nussbaum Schwartz.
    He married Helen E. Roehm on June 21, 1953; she survives.
    Palmer was a carpenter since 1945 and was also employed by Adams County as the building maintenance supervisor.

November 15th

Sharon Y. Gangwer

November 15, 2010

    Sharon Y. Gangwer, 68, of Rockford, Ohio, died Friday at home after a long illness.
    She was born to Robert L. and Victoria A. Springer Gephart.
    Among survivors are her husband, Carl Gangwer; a son, Michael D. Gangwer of Rockford; three brothers; and three sisters, including Mrs. Roger (Norma Jean) Hawkins of Decatur.

Graydon E. Rodman

November 15, 2010

    Graydon E. Rodman, 54, of Antwerp, Ohio, a former Decatur-area resident, died November 11 in Adams Memorial Hospital.
    He was born to Rex and Kay Jerome Rodman, who live in Van Wert, Ohio.
    Among survivors are his wife, Wanda, and two sons: Allen Rodman of St. Louis, Missouri and Burton Rodman of St. Joe, Indiana.
    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today in Wesley United Methodist Church at Van Wert, with burial in Woodland Cemetery at Van Wert. Visitation is 1-2 p.m.

Brian K. Shaneyfelt

November 15, 2010

    Brian K. Shaneyfelt, 46, of Portland, died Saturday in Indiana University Medical Center at Indianapolis after a long illness.
    He was born to Fred Shaneyfelt Sr. and Lena M. Neff Shaneyfelt.
    Among survivors are his fiancee, Tammy Goodman of Winchester two daughters, Amanda Shaneyfelt of Greenville, Ohio, and Abigail Shaneyfelt of Portland; and two brothers, including Dwight Shaneyfelt of Berne.

Squaw tankers open at Norwell with 30 ‘bests’

November 15, 2010

    With 30 personal bests in the first girls swim meet of the season Saturday at Norwell, Bellmont coach Drew Norby left the venue "cautiously optimistic about the season."
    "I knew that we had a wonderful core of veterans and a great group of young swimmers, but I wasn't quite sure how we'd perform. The ladies showed me that I should be confident. All of our swimmers had at least one personal best and most had two," stated Norby.

ANOTHER SWIPE

November 15, 2010

Project at AC on the move

November 15, 2010

    "Moving along very well" and "ahead of or on schedule" were the words used at the November meeting of the school board to describe Adams Central School's construction and renovation project.
    The speaker was former board member Barry Ehinger, who now oversees the project as the board's hired representative. Weigand Construction of Fort Wayne is the prime contractor on the design-build job.

Route 5 postal carrier honored for 30 years

November 15, 2010

    For more than 30 years, Sue Eichhorn has been a mail carrier at the Decatur Post Office, including the past 26 years on rural route five.
    She was recently honored by the U.S. Postal Service for achieving that milestone. A certificate signed by E. Lynn Smith, the manager of the Fort Wayne district of the USPS, congratulated Eichhorn for her service and added, "Over the years, there have been many changes and improvements in the postal service. Your contribution assisted in making these changes possible."

November 12th

Bradley brings in high expectations for SA girls basketball

November 12, 2010

    With only six of the 18 girls back from a program which produced only two varsity victories a year ago, new coach Brandon Bradley doesn't have any miracle elixirs or a plan to speed-drill his troops into a highly competitive squad.
    "Practice is going good, but have no basis for comparison," admits Bradley who has extensive experience in the world of boys basketball.

AC’s Zan Smith a Role Model

November 12, 2010

    INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 9, 2010) – As another high school winter sports season begins in Adams County, a new student-athlete is initiated into an elite group honored by the Indiana High School Athletic Association as an IHSAA Role Model. Picking up where those before her left off, one Adams County high school student will take the lead as an anti-tobacco advocate in her school and community during the IHSAA Role Model Program’s eighth consecutive year.

    The annual Kekionga Greenway Gallop 5k commenced once again on Sunday with...
    The Bellmont Squaws won the cross country invitational they hosted Wednesday...
    Concordia Lutheran backed up their number one ranking in class 3A on Tuesday...

 

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